Don’t cut government spending to boost Covid rebound – OECD

The UK and other countries should steer clear of cutting government spending to ensure a stronger economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development has said. In its latest economic outlook report, the leading global thinktank said it expected the UK economy to contract by 11.2% this year, compared with […]

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India’s Economy to Struggle With Effects of Virus Through 2025

In this article India will be worst-affected among the world’s major economies even after the pandemic wanes, with output 12% below pre-virus levels through the middle of the decade, according to Oxford Economics. Balance sheet stress that had been building before the coronavirus outbreak will probably worsen, Priyanka Kishore, head of economics for South Asia […]

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This Is the NYSE’s Plan to Win More Direct Listings

Subscribe to Odd Lots (Spotify) Subscribe to Odd Lots (Apple Podcasts) Every week, hosts Joe Weisenthal and Tracy Alloway take you on a not-so-random walk through hot topics in markets, finance, and economics. 34||h0&&d(“lcp”,[n[n.length-1]])}function i(t){t.getEntries().forEach(function(t){t.hadRecentInput||d(“cls”,[t])})}function a(t){if(t instanceof h&&!v){var e=Math.round(t.timeStamp),n={type:t.type};ep.offset&&e

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Most dangerous phase of US Covid-19 crisis may be yet to come

April marked the most dramatic and, some would say, dangerous phase of the Covid-19 crisis in the US. Deaths were increasing, bodies were piling up in refrigerated trucks outside hospitals in New York City and ventilators and personal protective equipment were in desperately short supply. The economy was falling off the proverbial cliff, with unemployment […]

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