Weekly reading list - Leumi USA

Welcome to another edition of Leumi’s Weekly Reading List.
Another volatile week with headlines dominated by coronavirus and the impact on the economy, the stock and bond markets, US oil futures, and unemployment claims. And as expected, the Fed provided more economic support with President Trump signing a $484 billion bill granting relief to small businesses and hospitals. We will see what next week brings, but most importantly I hope that you and your loved ones are healthy and out of
harm’s way.

As always, I found the articles below to be interesting, helpful, or entertaining.

  • The First Modern Pandemic – Bill Gates shares his view of the coronavirus situation and what innovations are needed to limit the damage.

  • 20 Undersung Crime Shows to Binge-Watch– The Atlantic provides a list of crime shows available to stream right now. The Night Of (HBO) and Peaky Blinders(Netflix) are two that I’ve seen and highly recommend.

I hope you enjoy!

Best regards,
Brian M. Stigliano, CFP® | Vice President  Financial Planning & Insurance Manager 
350 Madison Ave | New York, NY 10017 | Tel: 212.407.4344
Brian.Stigliano@leumiusa.com 

Bank Leumi USA (BLUSA) is a subsidiary of Bank Leumi le-Israel, B.M., an Israeli bank founded in 1902. In the U.S., banking products and services are provided through BLUSA, and brokerage products and services are provided by Leumi Investment Services Inc (LISI). LISI is a member of FINRA (www.finra.org) and SIPC (www.sipc.org), and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of BLUSA.
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The Weekly Reading List contains links to articles published by third-party sources. Neither BLUSA nor LISI make any guarantee, representation, or warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of statements or information by any third-parties. The Weekly Reading List should not be construed as legal, tax, accounting, securities, or investment advice, an offer to enter into a transaction, an investment allocation strategy, or the solicitation of an offer to enter into a transaction by any Leumi Group Unit. Investing involves risk, including the potential loss of principal. No investment strategy can guarantee a profit or protect against loss in periods of declining values.The articles which are provided for reference in the Weekly Reading List do not necessarily represent the views of the author, Bank Leumi USA (“BLUSA”), Leumi Investment Services Inc. (“LISI”), or other units of the Leumi Group (each, a “Leumi Group Unit” and collectively, “Leumi Group Units”). 

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