July 07, 2020

U.S. Market Resilience: Tracking the Overlooked Trends Shaping the Recovery

Summary Report

July 2020

Analysts describing the state of the U.S. market today often use phrases like “uncertain.” In fact, there is little mystery surrounding the broad trends currently unfolding. What does remain a mystery—the biggest mystery of the moment—is what recovery will look like.

We may not have firm answers yet, but we can already see clues. Datasite recently assembled an expert panel of private equity leaders, investment bankers, restructuring advisors and others for the webinar U.S. Market Resilience Outlook – M&A in the United States. Based on their insights, as well as the sentiments of hundreds of industry professionals attending, we learned some surprising things.

Download the summary report now to read about the top overlooked trends unfolding on the front lines of the recovery. These factors can tell us much about the trajectory of the U.S. market, even if they haven’t been grabbing the headlines.

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