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BERLIN: The rally in German bonds in the past week has reminded fund managers why betting against Europe’s safest assets is a risky business.
THE Covid-19 lockdowns have led to a deep economic dive, sending shockwaves around the world. IMF estimates world GDP will fall by 3% in 2020 (down 6.3 percentage points from its earlier forecast of +3.3% in late January).
BERLIN: Europe’s economy risks losing out on a massive dose of stimulus from its consumers.
SYDNEY: Investors shunning record-low yields should consider buying distressed debt and Australian semi-government bonds that are likely to benefit from ultra-loose monetary policy, according to Pacific Investment Management Co (Pimo).
LONDON/FRANKFURT: European Central Bank officials are drawing up a scheme to cope with potentially hundreds of billions of euros of unpaid loans in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, two people familiar with the matter told Reuters.
FRANKFURT: Deflation is back on the minds of European Central Bank (ECB) officials, presaging battles for President Christine Lagarde over whether the euro zone needs yet more monetary stimulus.
LONDON: The United Kingdom’s latest debt offering will probably be inundated by demand.
MICHAEL Clark of Amy’s Housewares has one big fear as its London stores prepare to reopen on June 15 along with other retailers around Britain: “Customers not spending, having no trust in the economy.”
LONDON: The world’s governments and central banks are shifting from rescue to recovery mode as the deepest slump since the Great Depression shows signs of bottoming out