A good investor doesn’t associate a struggling economy with dark times but instead weighs up the pros and cons of what clicks amid inflation and recession.
When the last depression struck, in the 1930s, it took a World War to fully overcome the crisis. A century later, we seem to be hurtling down the same path again. The fate of the world hangs in the balance.
Till recently, the former VP Joe Biden looked less than capable of defeating Donald Trump in the 2020 election but after COVID-19 struck, the equations have changed fast. It is because America suddenly has started believing that a traditional politician will be more than helpful in tackling the crisis than a publicity-hungry one, Dkoding.in analyzes.
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.
A whopping 17 million people have filed for US unemployment benefits in the last three weeks. The shutdown due to the coronavirus outbreak has put the state labor department in a bind while creating a massive depression in the economy of the country.
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The year 2019 has not been a good one. On Christmas, India has three wishes for Santa Claus.
The recent market trends and financial analytics suggest that the Indian economy is on retreat instead of a much-estimated blossom.
Economic slowdown has worsened in August despite active push by government with boosters to rejuvenate the economy. Furthermore, merger of PSU banks might increase the chances of Recession-hit India in 2020.