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View the articles featured in the July 2020 Digest.

New COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are rising as more states reopen, requiring a balance between speed of recovery and risk of resurgence.

The COVID-19 resurgence in 40 states is slowing the rapid reopening that led to faster-than-expected economic improvement. 

 Loans between family members — called intra-family loans — can be a low-cost way to assist with purchasing a home, starting a business or paying living costs. 

The U.S. economy continues steady progress toward recovery, but the pandemic’s mostly southern resurgence poses risks.

Concern recently has focused on the more than 2 million total U.S. cases and the resurgence in new cases since late May.

Speculation by individual investors appears to be a factor driving the stock market rally.

The ability to recognize the upside of a crisis is a key component of what we can all learn from extraordinary times. While the current crisis has many dimensions, healthy habits will contribute to maintaining your financial well-being.

As the COVID-19 pandemic takes its toll on our economic infrastructure, healthcare and education systems, private foundations are called upon to increase support for nonprofits providing vital services. 

Glenmede’s President and CEO, Gordon Fowler, addresses the current social crisis and how, as an organization, we must come together to make a difference.

Historically low interest rates and the recently enacted CARES Act may present new opportunities for securing significant gifts.

Although U.S. large-cap stock valuations are starting to appear extended, opportunities may be found among smaller, cheaper stocks.