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Economic Impact of COVID-19 Around The World

UK to pay up to 80% of employee wages for those unable to work due to the pandemic. US lawmakers continue negotiations over...
Global Recession

Severe Global Recession in H1 of 2020, Economists Consensus

A new research note from Deutsche Bank says that in the first half of 2020 the world will experience a “severe global recession”. Also according...

Coronavirus-triggered Recession Will Change How We Live, Do Business and Invest

The recovery from a coronavirus-triggered recession will usher in a new era in which how we live, do business and invest will fundamentally change,...

How Brands Can Survive COVID-19 Crisis

The good news about working remotely is that you can still do so while self-isolated after a skiing trip in the Italian Dolomites. However,...
Coronavirus Impact: Hospitality Industry To Suffer The Most

Coronavirus Impact: Hospitality Industry To Suffer The Most

As no one wants to get sick, people stop going out and spending money. But there is other people who make a living of...

Coronavirus & Economic Crisis: 3 Possible Paths Forward

Volatility looks like a mainstay for the coming months. Analysts at the private investment bank JPMorgan Chase & Co. outline three paths forward from...

The Impact of Corona on GCC and The Global Economy

The GCC economy depends heavily on revenues from the sale of oil and its derivatives on the world market. Complicating the situation, the GCC...

Global Growth Outlook Stabilized; What’s ahead in 2020?

Global financial conditions have improved across the world, although rising debt levels pose a future threat. An uneasy cessation of trade hostilities between...

Biggest Recession Risk Is the Fear of Recession

Bank of America Corp. Chief Executive Officer Brian Moynihan said this week’s bond-market turmoil has been driven by issues outside the U.S., and that...

Stagnating global economy outlook may turn into a downturn

Last week the International Monetary Fund issued an “urgent” call for the world’s largest economies to roll out more policies to boost growth, painting...

Nouriel Roubini: Limited Risk of Global Recession and Financial Crisis

Global recession and financial crisis unlikely following Brexit fallout, but mediocre growth is the new normal Rise of nationalism and populism worldwide threatens...

Brexit Investor Sentiment

British voters have shocked financial markets on Friday by choosing to have the United Kingdom exit the European Union. So far, the "Brexit" vote is...

Managing in Tough Financial Times: Does Engagement Help?

When executive teams are engaged, managers are 39% more likely to be engaged Engaging front-line managers is critical to engagement and performance Managing...

Recessionary Sentiment Rose to 60% Globally

Though global consumer confidence remained stable in the first quarter with a one-point increase from the previous quarter, significant variation existed on a country-by-country...

China slowdown not solely responsible for market volatility

The slowdown in the Chinese economy is one factor contributing to global market volatility Investors and economists everywhere are worried about the interest rates of...

DED: No truth in rumours on penalising individuals and companies for...

In response to enquiries on whether individuals or companies are being penalised for negative comments or opinion on the economic situation, the Dubai Department...

Recession Effects on Families; Tips for Survival

Surviving recession is a true hardship for ordinary people. This group in most countries is quite large and often consists of 80% or 90%...

IMF warns of possible crises in the emerging markets

An exodus of cash from emerging markets in recent years is closely tied to developing economies’ slower growth rates and could end with financial...