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Comment - By Anthony Dass IN today’s scenario, one of our key focuses is the US Fed and European Central Bank (ECB) – both fiddling with their monetary policy. It represents a wind of change in global markets. From a tailwind due to the massive bond-buying programme that effectively supported risky assets, the tide has changed to become a headwind.
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THE notorious ponzi scheme named after Charles Ponzi was applied by him in the 1920s. At that time, this business started as a legitimate one, by focusing on arbitrage. Along the way, the business used investors’ money to make payments to earlier investors and himself.
The coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak, which has been declared a pandemic, has resulted in considerable economic disruption and human suffering.
THE strength of the global economy is tunnelled by a series of issues and is placing the global economy in a “precarious” situation.
WHILE expecting the global interest rates to drop further as we move into 2020, the risk for global economy to weaken steeper is more likely than expecting a synchronised recovery.
Given that 2020 is the start of the new decade, there is a need for businesses to increase their value and move from being “average” to “exceptional”.
AS the world is coming to terms with the Covid-19 virus pandemic, it is also going to change in more ways than one, such as the behaviour of both consumers and business.
One can work from any location so long the individual can have access to cell phone signal. Young people entering the work force are not using office space the way their seniors did.
TODAY, businesses are shaken up by Covid-19. The pandemic has amplified the demand for companies to address complex supply chains and become more transparent. And the growing focus now is on how businesses are responding to this pandemic.