Headlines from Across the MAP

September 10, 2020

The Atlantic: "The Pandemic Has Created a Class of Super-Savers"

Advisor Perspectives: "Gundlach’s DoubleLine: Worst Time Ever to be a Passive Bond Investor"

Axios: "There aren't enough jobs for America's unemployed"

MarketWatch: "Millennials to redistribute wealth from older generations to the young in new 'age of disorder,' warns Deutsche strategist"

Barron's: "Temporary Layoffs Are Starting to Look Permanent. That’s Bad for the Recovery."

Barron's: "Japan-Style Stagnation Could Be the Penalty for the U.S.’s Whopping Debt"

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