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What are Markets Pricing In?

COVID-19 appears as the first new shock to positive expectations for the world economy in 2020. Global financial market volatility is expected to increase in the immediate future and strategies acknowledging this are preferred.
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Addressing Concerns on the COVID-19

Will China’s economy be able to recover quickly like in 2003? Back in 2003, China’s economic growth fell from 12% QoQ annualized in 1Q to 3.5% in 2Q during the depth of the SARS crisis, but snapped back to 16% in 3Q.
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Will China’s economy be able to recover quickly?

Although China is now a larger economy and growing more slowly than during SARS, the economic drag resulting from the coronavirus is likely to be concentrated in Q1.
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Market Update on Coronavirus

There remains a lot of uncertainty and volatility in markets can be expected. However, Citi’s Global Investment Committee has decided to remain overweight equities in a globally diversified portfolio as regional markets seem likely to recover within a 12-18 month allocation window.
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Navigating A New Uncertainty

At the start of 2020, markets have something new to worry about in the form of the coronavirus. A higher quality strategy is preferred among equities, amid a backdrop of greater volatility.
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Coronavirus and its Potential Impact

The World Health Organization has declared a health emergency over the novel coronavirus. Economic impact is likely to be negative in China, but temporary and largely concentrated in Q1 given drastic policy intervention to prevent the spread of the virus. Headline risk may continue in coming weeks.
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