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September / October 2020

Recent data confirm that the initial post-lockdown phase of the recovery has been robust and points to a record-breaking rise in GDP in Q3. Nonetheless, there are already signs that some sectors are beginning to lose momentum.

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  • Sep 22 2020

    Tracking Russia’s recovery – stalled for now

    Russia’s economic recovery stalled in August and early September. Our Recovery Tracker index, which is based on nine different weekly and daily-frequency indicators, stood at 86.6 (with pre-crisis lev...

  • Sep 22 2020

    Sweden: Riksbank remains cautious despite strong initial recovery

    There were no surprises in today's policy announcement: interest rates remained unchanged at zero and is likely to remain at this level for some time. The bank also expects to complete its SEK 500bn a...

  • Sep 22 2020

    Regional Recovery Trackers point to slowing gains

    Capitalizing on our country-specific knowledge and economic modelling expertise, we’ve constructed indexes that measure the pace of recovery for the US, Canada, Latin America, eurozone, Australia, and...

  • Sep 22 2020

    China: Recovery Tracker shows consumption is still lagging

    The latest update of our China Recovery Tracker shows that real retail sales picked up along with industrial production, exports and investment demand in August. However, household consumption remaine...

  • Sep 21 2020

    Coronavirus Watch: Contrasting retail fortunes

    The latest data show that retail spending growth in the US and UK is slowing but remains a relative bright spot for both economies in contrast to China. There, retail spending growth is lagging behind...

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Africa Risk Reward Index 2020

NKC African Economics’ and Control Risks’ Africa experts are pleased to present the fifth edition of the Africa Risk-Reward Index. The index captures the evolution of the investment environment and risk landscape in major African markets.

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  • Sep 24 2020

    How is the global economy set to recover post-Covid-19? What are the economic variables & demographic drivers to watch? Those and other questions were answered by Richard Holt during his interview with #MIPIM Connect. Click here to view his interview: bit.ly/2RU3Agp

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