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A view of a mostly empty Western Avenue near Pike Place Market during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Seattle, Washington, U.S. March 31, 2020.

JPMorgan: The best possible outcome for a quick market recovery is shaping up as signs emerge globally

Markets with "direct policy backstops" stand to rebound fastest, but those with a more U-shaped trend still present value to investors, JPMorgan said.
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) as the Federal Reserve Board Chairman Jerome Powell holds a news conference on December 19, 2018 in New York City.

BANK OF AMERICA: After a ‘Fast and Furious’ market downfall, investors should buy whatever the Fed buys

Investment-grade corporate bonds will jump first as the Fed begins buying debt and sector outflows slow, the bank's strategists said.
BlackRock CEO Larry Fink

The Fed reportedly asks BlackRock to buy billions in bonds as part of its coronavirus relief effort

The world's largest money manager worked with the Fed during the last financial crisis by overseeing assets previously held by Bear Stearns and AIG.

Bank of England cuts interest rates again in response to coronavirus and sends the pound soaring from 34-year low

The Bank of England has announced that it is cutting interest rates by a further 15bp taking the effective rate to 0.1%.
Traders work on the floor at the NYSE in New York

Investors stockpiled a record $137 billion of cash in just 5 days as coronavirus fears sent them fleeing from risk

Government bonds also enjoyed record inflows, while investors withdrew from investment-grade, high-yield, and emerging market debt.

Treasury liquidity is evaporating as traders need it most — endangering a $50 trillion debt market

Treasury yields serve as a benchmark for fixed-income assets around the globe, leading a liquidity crisis to cloud massive amounts of market value.

‘Just a plaster on a deep wound’: Stocks, oil, and bond yields rebound after Trump teases coronavirus relief

"This looks like a short-term bounce on oversold levels, not a meaningful turn," one analyst cautioned.

The entire US yield curve plunged below 1% for the first time ever. Here’s why that’s a big red flag for investors.

"It signals the market is worried about a global recession and aggressive monetary easing by the Fed."

The market’s safest assets have surged to new highs as coronavirus panic has sent stocks plummeting

Markets have been roiled by the coronavirus outbreak that originated in Wuhan, China. On Friday, global stocks tanked, extending the recent rout.