The financial impact of the coronavirus has the potential to cause more harm than the medical emergency.
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|Black Swans and the post-coronavirus Economy|
Less Than Zero
How will the Coronavirus affect yours, mine and everyone elses finances?
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Rudy Parker, writing on financial markets for Air my opinion
I write about financial markets. I graduated with an MBA in Finance, where I wrote my thesis on shareholder activism, working with corporate governance expert, Professor Don Margotta, Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
This page is devoted to all and every aspect of the financial impact of the Coronavirus. This epidemic is an event of unprecedented magnitude on the Economic system, never seen in our lifetime.
Everyone is uncertain about the future: Estate agents, House buyers and sellers, are scouring Zoopla house prices and Rightmove sold prices to figure out what the future holds. Companies are tracking the FTSE 100 index, and Dow Jones live minute by minute, hoping that their shares will recover from the stock market crash last month.
An oil trade agreement between Russia and Saudi Arabia broke down and triggered a precipitous drop in the crude oil prices, which had a negative knock-on effect on the global economy, even before Covid-19 hit. Find out all the latest news and discover strategies to outfox the market.
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