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A message from our CEO: Helping you through uncertain times

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Tim Buckley: These are unprecedented situations.  We are residing with the uncertainty, stress, and problems of a international health disaster blended with an orchestrated financial shutdown. 

We know the slowdown is not brought on by a structural problem, but we do not know how extensive it will final. Even epidemiologists cannot pin down when the virus will subside and we will return to some feeling of normalcy. 

In the meantime, unemployment is surging and the financial facts will get worse. Prepare to hear double-digit unemployment quantities and important contractions in GDP—20% or extra for the second quarter. 

But, do

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A message on the markets from our CEO and CIO

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Tim Buckley: Hello, I’m Tim Buckley, Vanguard’s CEO. And I’m joined by Greg Davis, our Chief Expenditure Officer and we’ll be sharing our feelings on the current current market natural environment.

It is been a demanding calendar year so far, as we all adjust to the unfolding coronavirus pandemic. As international locations and companies about the planet grapple with this wellness disaster, we are wondering of all all those impacted by the outbreak, primarily all those who have fallen sick and the wellness treatment providers on the front lines who are functioning to preserve our wellness and safety.

Now,

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A message from Vanguard’s CEO on the coronavirus

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Hello, I’m Tim Buckley, Vanguard’s CEO.

These are challenging instances as the environment prepares for, and responds to, the coronavirus outbreak.

Like you, we have watched the rising figures of all those infected by the virus with worry and desire a swift and full recovery for all those who are ill. We applaud the around the globe attempts to stop more bacterial infections and tragic deaths.

There is nevertheless significantly we don’t know about this epidemic. The health and fitness risk is true and the limited-expression organization influence has been sizeable. The economic consequences, nonetheless, are unlikely to be

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