International and domestic markets are bearing the brunt of the economic impact from COVID-19. To help you understand the effect and outlook of the coronavirus on your investments, check out the articles, videos and interactive tools available below.
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Three things to remember during times of market volatility
With the widespread outbreak of the coronavirus, markets are reacting to the impact on the global economy. Financial markets can be subject to periods of event-related volatility that may leave you feeling anxious with your investments, but it’s important to keep in mind that time in the market beats timing the market.
Jurrien Timmer, Director of Global Macro, discusses when the market correction may end and why a diversified portfolio and long-term perspective can help investors manage recent market volatility.
Fidelity’s money managers weigh in on the recent coronavirus pandemic, discussing how global markets have reacted and what this means for investments.
Fidelity Canada policy in response to COVID-19
At Fidelity, the health and safety of employees, clients and communities is our top priority. Working very closely with public health authorities, we have implemented several measures to keep everyone safe and to continue our operations seamlessly and effectively.
Strategies for volatile markets
When markets get choppy, it can pay to have an investing plan and to stick to it.
Try our four interactive tools for understanding the markets.
Learn more about the impact on the markets from Fidelity’s subject matter experts.
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