The COVID pandemic has wreaked havoc across the world. But despite the widespread devastation, this experience might help us do better in our fight against climate change.
The global recession induced by the coronavirus outbreak due to the shutdown of businesses, states, and cities, is unfathomable. Experts even suggest that the US might be in for a very grave time with its economy worse than the time after the Great Depression.
The deepest recession that IMF predicts will continue in 2021, pushes every nation’s finances to the limit – big or small, rich or poor.
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In 2019, the persistent slowdown is restraining buying this Diwali, but that can be replaced by long-term investments for sure-shot gains in the stock markets.
Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos lost his title as the richest man in the world during after-hours trading on Thursday, after his e-commerce behemoth reported lackluster third-quarter earnings.
With the global economy in a synchronised slowdown amid growth forecast for 2019 to 3 per cent — its slowest pace since the 2008 global financial crisis — the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has urged policymakers must undo the trade barriers put in place with durable agreements, rein in geopolitical tensions and reduce domestic policy uncertainty.