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Insights on the 'letter shape' of the economic recovery
Chad Oviatt, director of investment management, discusses what economic recovery may look like and key themes of our investment portfolio strategy.Watch Now
Going to be a choppy reopening of economy: Investing pro
Chief Investment Officer John Augustine discussed the latest market developments, our portfolio management strategy and our expectations for an economic rebound.Watch Now
'Relative Calm' could signal end of volatility
During this uncertain time, what’s our advice to customers? What’s the risk of recession? Why will the third quarter be so telling? Chad Oviatt, director of investment management, answered these questions and more.Watch Now
Spotlight in the news
- Bloomberg Radio: Economic analysis on coronavirus. Listen Now »
- Fox Business: How Huntington is looking out for clients during volatility. Watch Now »
- CNBC: Investing guidance amid the coronavirus outbreak. Watch Now »
- Bloomberg TV: How we're managing client portfolios in 2020. Watch Now »
- Bloomberg Radio: Economic Outlook: What to expect in 2020. Listen Now »
- Yahoo! Finance: How to maximize investments in low-rate environment. Watch Now »
- Fox Business: What should Warren Buffet do with his billions? Watch Now »
- CNN Business: Invest like Warren Buffet—is this value's time to finally shine? Read More »
- Barron's: Jill Garvey on Barron's. Read More »
- CNBC: John Augustine on CNBC. Watch Now »
- Bloomberg Radio: Investment strategies for clients based on a number of economic factors. Listen Now »
- Bloomberg: U.S. stocks back on course after seven month detour. Read More »
- CNBC: U.S. politics are likely to be a "noisy stalemate" until 2020. Watch Now »
- CNBC: No earnings recession, says Huntington Private Bank CIO. Watch Now »
- Bloomberg Radio: Private Bank on Bloomberg Radio. Listen Now »
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