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Analyst Reports

Black Death makes us think about interest rates

All upheavals leave their marks. Some fade away, some linger. Following the Black Death, the plague that’s believed to have killed 60% of Europe’s population in the second half of the 14th century, the realisation that life is short, played a big role in shaping interest rates in late medieval Europe, stretching all the way to the Enlightenment.

Business

Treasury Pulse

The US dollar declined for four consecutive days, depreciating sharply by 3.37% to 99.352 largely after the Federal Reserve announced an open ended and unlimited quantitative easing (QE) in an attempt to support markets.

Letters

A mercy-for-all stimulus to save lives, re-start the economy

Despite the uncertainty over how long the Covid-19 saga will last, we actually have a precedent in the SARS outbreak where most countries were then on a path of economic stimulus for six months before a return to some semblance of normalcy. Here are some of the suggestions for the administration.