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The massive economic blow caused by the Covid-19 will, most likely, bring an end to the European common currency, euro.
The 2019-nCov pandemic has ravaged the world economy since February. On the 9th of March, we published forecasts assessing the likely impact of the outbreak going forward under various scenarios. We will publish updated forecasts in a series of Deprcon Special Issues. This is the first of those updates.
The massive emergency easing measures enacted by the Fed over the weekend to inject liquidity into the global financial system are a sign of sheer panic. Both their sheer scale, and radical extent–including cutting rates to zero, $700 billion in new…
In this constantly updating blog -post, we follow the path of the crisis put in motion by the coronavirus.
The outbreak of the coronavirus epidemic in China has shaken the global asset markets—and with good reason.
The coronavirus has the potential of being the ‘trigger’ which will push the world into a global depression. Here, we briefly explain why.
The economic calm which has succeeded the turbulent conclusion to 2018 was abruptly shattered on the 16th of September. On that day, rates in the repo markets spiked by 248 basis points to more than double the overnight lending rate of the…
The U.S. has been an exception in a slowing global economy for the past year. However, it cannot escape the coming global recession and economic collapse.