- Market volatility and a move to Treasuries in mid-March have been driven by liquidity concerns
- In recent years, excess market liquidity introduced by the Fed and other central banks have helped to drive up corporate debt
- It’s possible that low interest rates over recent years and the recent Fed rate cut have helped to exacerbate market volatility
- Episodes of increased market turbulence and equity volatility are viewed as opportunities by long-term value investors
- Over the short-term, Vaughan Nelson will look to actively manage risk and opportunities
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