It’s easy to forget now but there was a time early on in the pandemic when the price of gold was in freefall. It was a curious thing, what with the virus sparking a collapse in the global economy, and it would prove in time to be one of the great head-fakes in the recent history of financial markets.
2020 has been the hotbed of events which has made political and economic predictions more complicated in some countries
The COVID-19 pandemic could trigger the worst downturn in the global economy since the Great Depression, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said on Friday.
The World Bank Group is expected to launch health emergency programs in over 100 countries by the end of April to support the fight against COVID-19.
Gold prices climbed more than two percent on Monday to their highest since February 2013, as spikes in coronavirus cases in several countries outside China deepened worries about a hit to the global economic growth.
The demonstrations seemingly began with a single spark. In Chile it was a hike in metro fares. In Lebanon it was a tax on WhatsApp calls. In Hong Kong it was a proposed extradition bill. Iran News qoutes the story about global protests told by CNN. Now those flickers have ignited wider protest movements, lifting the lid on deeper inequalities, […]