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The coronavirus has hobbled economies all over the globe. But with that destruction comes new opportunities.
This is what the world’s buyers are saying about the economic outlook around the world, be it good or bad.
Somebody somewhere is going to make an indecent amount of money, but the wise will emphasize capital preservation.
Beijing’s five-year plan is determined to ensure the success of domestic technology giants. Foreign firms are on notice.
Governments need to use this time to put in place robust systems to better manage the virus and avoid costly repeats that threaten growth and burden populations.
The largest expansion in decades follows the greatest decline on record — and it looks like trouble ahead.
As cases mount, so do the economic risks.
French and German lockdowns have spooked the markets, but a de-risking of portfolios ahead of Tuesday’s U.S. vote is also a factor.
Even haven assets such as gold are being sold. Previous volatility spikes suggest the situation won’t turn around quickly.
The Covid-crisis fashion for freely spending money is piling pressure on governments that perhaps can’t handle it.
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