You have searched for "global growth"
Showing 1-10 of 4349
PETALING JAYA: Uncertainties arising from the large-scale disruptions to economic activity due to the Covid-19 pandemic, has resulted in the World Bank slashing Malaysia’s 2020 GDP growth projection to negative 0.1%.
AN eerie depiction of baby coronaviruses gleefully on a world tour bus “Corona Express” which is speeding downhill, points to the rapid destruction caused by this pandemic.
The coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak, which has been declared a pandemic, has resulted in considerable economic disruption and human suffering.
To combat the economic fallout from the coronavirus outbreak, Malaysia has unveiled a landmark comprehensive rescue plan worth a total of RM250bil, that’s almost one-fifth of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP). It is the largest-ever stimulus package for the country.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - As the coronavirus pandemic spread across the United States this week, Republicans in Texas and Mississippi sought to further limit abortion access and New Jersey's Democratic governor refused to declare gun shops an essential service that would stay open.
PETALING JAYA: This year is poised to be the worst year since the 1930s and Schroders has forecast the world economy to contract by 3.1% before rebounding by 7.2% next year.
RIYADH (Reuters) - Leaders from the Group of 20 major economies will convene a video conference on Thursday to discuss the coronavirus epidemic, multiple sources told Reuters, amid criticism that the group has been slow to respond to the global crisis.
WASHINGTON (Reuters): The coronavirus pandemic will cause a global recession in 2020 that could be worse than the one triggered by the global financial crisis of 2008-2009, but world economic output should recover in 2021, the International Monetary Fund said on Monday (March 23).
SHANGHAI: Analysts are increasingly slashing their earnings projections for Asian companies as the coronavirus keeps spreading globally.
SYDNEY/HONG KONG: Asian shares sank on Monday as a rising tide of national lockdowns threatened to overwhelm policymakers' frantic efforts to cushion what is likely to be a deep global recession.