We are pleased to see that Gavyn Davies recently mentioned Oxford Economics in his excellent opinion article ‘The safe-asset shortage after Covid-19’.
In the article, he draws on Oxford Economics’ early (pre-pandemic) warning about the worrying trend in safe-asset supply and our more recent research which identifies a possible shift towards excess private savings and reduced investment after this recession could offset the initial improvements in safe-asset supply.
Read ‘The safe-asset shortage after Covid-19’ on the Financial Times (FT subscribers only)
Read the Oxford Economics report (Oxford Economics subscribers only, or request a free trial)
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