November 9th 2020
Global Economic Outlook – Planning for 2021
These slides are from the PARC Zoom Interactive event, Global Economic Outlook - Planning for 2021. Chris Giles, Economics Editor, The Financial Times discusses the state of the economy on a global scale and how to best prepare for the year ahead.
Giles explores the impact of Covid-19 on the economy and how countries have each responded to the pandemic. How devastating is the global recession, resulting from the pandemic expected to be? What steps are the Bank of England taking to best deter the implications?
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