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UBS lays out market strategies for all 3 economic-reopening scenarios, from a successful recovery to a COVID-19 resurgence
If the US economic rebound fails, gold and inflation-protected Treasurys offer investors safety amid a prolonged recession, the bank said.
US investors have piled $1 trillion into cash during coronavirus lockdown, but UBS says ‘rushing to the exits’ and abandoning the markets ...
"Sitting in cash is not the answer," UBS Wealth Management CIO Mark Haefele said in the note published Tuesday, as investors pile into money markets.
Oil jumps 7% as investors see ‘light at the end of the tunnel’ with coronavirus lockdowns slowly lifting
Several US states are moving to ease their lockdowns, with non-essential businesses and beaches reopening in some parts of the country.
UBS says stocks could rally 11% by the end of 2020, and lays out the areas of the market it’s tipping for success
UBS also added that recent monetary and fiscal efforts to prevent companies from going bankrupt means that an economic recovery is more likely.
Some 60% of respondents expect a recession within the next 12 months, though 70% are still optimistic about the economy's long-term trend.
High uncertainty and negative real rates of interest continues to prop up gold's reputation as an attractive hedge against risk.
Mark Haefele, CIO at UBS Global Wealth Management said he expects the oil market to "become under-supplied in 4Q," pushing prices up to $43 a barrel.
Swiss banking giant UBS reports a 40% increase in profits, and lauds its own strength in ‘turbulent times’
UBS reported a strong first-quarter with net profits rising 40% driven by high transaction volumes in the midst of market volatility.
An economist at UBS’ $2.9 trillion wealth management arm says investors will need to adjust to these 3 new realities in the post-coronavirus wor...
Investors will have to adjust to a world with more debt, a world that's less global and more digital, Dean Turner, an economist at UBS said on Monday.
UBS: Nearly $1 trillion in mortgage debt could be delinquent this year as a ‘prolonged credit crunch’ looms
The bank's consumer credit health gauge hit its worst reading since 2009 in the first quarter due to rising unemployment and worsening sentiment.