Officials must tell us how we plot way to recovery

Workers and companies have borne the pain of Covid-19, so let them in on what’s next

19th April, 2020
Officials must tell us how we plot way to recovery
The amount of cash being taken out of ATMs is down by more than half so far in April and spending on debit cards down by a third

It has been yet another week where the economic indicators have broken records. Consumer sentiment fell the most in March since it was first tracked 24 years ago. Job postings, according to the Central Bank, fell by 40 per cent.

The amount of cash being taken out of ATMs is down by more than half so far in April and spending on debit cards down by a third. Three- quarters of a million workers are unemployed or...

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