All Posts Tagged: covid-19
The March employment report was shockingly bad. Seven hundred and one thousand jobs lost last month – more than 7 times higher than economists’ consensus forecast.Read More ›
For the first time since the Great Recession, people are again using words like “unprecedented” and “uncharted territory” to describe the current economic and financial environment as business shutdowns and layoffs quickly follow the virus’s spread around the world.Read More ›
The profound global economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and financial market dislocations are starting to come into focus with every economic indicator release.Read More ›
The global spread of the Covid-19 pandemic is forcing global commerce to a standstill wherever it goes.
Governments are starting to take more forceful actions to slow the spread of the virus both from a public health perspective and from an economic and financial one. Yet, the economic and financial damage the virus is reaping continues to mount, and we continue to factor all this into our economic and interest rate forecasts.Read More ›