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- Apr 03 2020
United States: Coronavirus policy response cheat sheet (w/e 3 April)
Over the past weeks a wide range of policy actions have been taken to limit the damage of the coronavirus pandemic on the US economy. We will regularly update this table to keep our subscribers up-to-...
- Apr 03 2020
United States: Macro Musings: Last in, first out: The most vulnerable are the first to go.
Ten years of job growth is about to be wiped out. The larger than expected 701 thousand plunge in payrolls last month is the tip of the iceberg. About 20 million more will join the ranks of the unempl...
- Apr 03 2020
MENA Weekly: GCC stocks dive, Egypt holds rates, Expo 2020 in 2021?
Sharp declines in Gulf equity indices in Q1 highlight rising pressures across the region from the coronavirus and the slump in oil prices. The Dubai stock market (DFM) witnessed the steepest decline,...
- Apr 03 2020
Australia: Realtime data reveal beginning of the downturn
The coronavirus outbreak and subsequent containment measures are starting to dramatically slow the Australian economy. While the duration and degree of social distancing measures are unpredictable, it...
- Apr 02 2020
United Kingdom: BoE financing of the government deficit is no longer taboo
The BoE has hinted that it could directly finance the government’s soaring deficit. While there is no urgency to do so at present, BoE purchases could calm potential disruption in the gilt market and...
Advancing AI Ethics beyond compliance
As AI adoption rapidly increases, it’s critical that AI ethics progress from abstract theories to concrete practices.
Levant Illicit Tobacco 2019
This report estimates the size and scale of illicit cigarette consumption across three major Levant markets: Egypt, Jordan, and Lebanon, covering the period 2016-2019.
The Economic Impact of Riogaleão (Rio de Janeiro) Airport
RIOgaleão supports 171,000 jobs and 2.4% of GDP in the state of Rio de Janeiro. Additional connectivity benefits enable major employers to stay competitive, open global markets for Brazilian products,... more
Making cells better: Complex challenges drive innovation in cell and gene therapy manufacturing
Emerging cell and gene therapies (C>s) are revolutionising medicine, offering the possibility of curing, not just treating, life-threatening illnesses.
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Watch Innes McFee, OE's head of macro research, discuss the economic impact of the #coronavirus #pandemic and our analysis of future developments in an on-demand webinar from our partners @Control_Risks available here now: bit.ly/3494POo
We worked with the IBM Institute for Business Value to survey 1,250 global executives. Representing 20 industries and over 26 countries on 6 continents. We set out to answer three questions with our research, addressed in this report ibm.co/3bR5kzd #AIEthics
As the #oilprice plummets who is most exposed? Many #EM energy-producers are ill-prepared for lower #crude prices. Last year, 75% ran fiscal deficits and 67% current account deficits. Our scorecard looks at which economies are most and least vulnerable: bit.ly/2X4LHPZ
With international #travel restrictions in 150 countries, our Tourism Economics team project that the #coronavirus #pandemic will result in a 39% fall in global inbound arrivals this year, with all regions hit by a big drop in travel and #tourism. bit.ly/3aFukcd