In March, we hosted a webinar on navigating uncertainty as the Coronavirus pandemic took hold in the U.S., lockdowns began, and we saw one of the worst stock market declines in history. Now, six months later, we look at what comes next.
Listen as FEG Head of Research and CIO, Greg Dowling, along with FEG sector heads Keith Berlin, Christian Busken, and Brian Hooper share our perspective on the rise off the bottom, near-term market risks, altered outlook on investments; and the uncertainty with elections.
If you have time, we would greatly appreciate your feedback on the webinar and topics or questions you would like addressed in the future.
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