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  • Oct 28 2020

    Bank of Canada keeps ultra-low rate and recalibrates QE

    The Bank of Canada held the overnight interest rate steady at the effective lower bound of 0.25% and signalled it will remain there for years. The Bank is also recalibrating its Quantitative Easing (Q...

  • Oct 28 2020

    Canada: Recovery tracker sinks again amid second wave of virus

    The foundation for Canada’s economic recovery further eroded amid a deteriorating health situation. The Canada Recovery Tracker (CRT) declined 1.1ppts to 81.7 for the week ended Oct. 9, the sixth cons...

  • Oct 28 2020

    Brazil: As industry’s rapid rebound leads the way, services trail

    The Brazilian economic recovery is underway, with high-frequency data suggesting strong growth in Q3, leading Latin America’s rebound. But the initial recovery has been uneven, with industry reviving...

  • Oct 28 2020

    COVID-19 Scorecard update: global deterioration

    The global economy has become more vulnerable to Covid-19 with, according to WHO dataset, a 30% of growth in new cases since August. Big parts of the Northern hemisphere are being afflicted by the sec...

  • Oct 28 2020

    Machine learning use in GDP nowcasting

    Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) use in macroeconomic forecasting is still only in its fledgling phase. Although they promise much in dealing with large data sets used in macroec...

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  • Oct 27 2020

    Europe's youth were already starting careers in an economy weighed down by poor demographics and high debt levels. Coronavirus has added to their problems and could cause the eurozone youth unemployment rate to rise to over 23% by end-2020. More here: bit.ly/35G60WD

  • Oct 26 2020

    Budget brings tax cuts to drive jobs growth bit.ly/37KZ3pY

  • Oct 26 2020

    The latest edition of our weekly Coronavirus Watch looks at the uneven nature of the recovery across economies and sectors. While the recovery in retail sales remains strong in many advanced economies, others are experiencing a fresh dip: bit.ly/2G5RRJC