Reopening: Timing is tough and two assets have more room to rise regardless


European countries and US states are grappling with when and how to lift the lockdowns and reopen the economies. Acting too early or too late are both risky. Valeria Bednarik, Yohay Elam, and Joseph Trevisani discuss the merits of each move and agree only on which two financial assets are set to gain in any case.

 

 

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