05 Aug 2020 - Emerging market financial conditions bottomed out in May, but many EMs still have some ground to cover.
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03 Aug 2020 - Largely as we expected, GDP data for Q2 published so far show very steep declines of 10%-15% in major economies.
30 July 2020 - Incoming retail sales data for June suggest a V-shape recovery in consumer spending.
29 July 2020 - Our State Recovery Trackers indicate that services-oriented states are suffering the greatest disruptions from the coronavirus pandemic.
27 July 2020 - The initial estimates of Q2 GDP for the US and eurozone will be published this week and will provide a clearer picture of the depth of the H1 global economic slump.
21 July 2020 - We expect the coronavirus outbreak to have a significant negative impact on world trade over the long term.
20 July 2020 - The timely Q2 GDP releases from China and Singapore showed that activity bounced back sharply in the former and was less bad than we feared in the latter.
16 July 2020 - Our national Recovery Tracker points to a premature plateauing of the recovery.
16 July 2020 - Based on our scorecard, we expect economies and sovereign bonds that are most vulnerable to Covid-19 will typically underperform over the next year.
15 July 2020 - Low-wage workers in the US have been on the front lines of the Global Coronavirus Recession.
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