With COVID-19 causing mass human suffering, governments are trying to contain the spread of the virus, causing global economic disruption.
Combined with fear among consumers, the shock to the global economy is significant. The Continuum Economics March Outlook will provide fresh insights into the economic trajectory.
The global economic policy response is also further complicated by limited policy space for G10 central banks and the rise in government debt/GDP ratio since the 2008 global financial crisis. Continuum Economics will provide insights on how policymakers will respond in the next 1-2 years.