Covid-19: Urgent action needed to halt economic contagion
With markets in turmoil and sectors feeling the squeeze, stimulus is needed. The ECB may not be in a position to provide it, so that means more state spending
Today’s stock market panic, oil price collapse, tightening of bond yields and all-round sense of financial turmoil recalls the worst days of the 2008 crisis. In fact, to get a sense of how severe the fall in crude oil has been, you would need to go back almost 30 years to the first Gulf War.
The impact of the spread of Covid-19 from Asia to Europe and America is beginning to hit home. This is...
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