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29 May 2020
Swiss Re Institute
Content Type: Publication
COVID-19: hitting the sweet spot on the pandemic macro clock R0 is below 1 in the G7 countries, making the economic outlook more ...
20 May 2020
COVID-19 growth roadmap: are we ready to re-open? The pace of new daily COVID-19 cases has peaked in most advanced economies. ...
13 May 2020
Lessons from past pandemics: strict and swift responses are key One thing is for sure: the global economy will shrink in 2020 due ...
05 May 2020
Trade war and pandemic to accelerate global supply chain restructuring The US-China trade war and COVID-19 pandemic are set to ...
28 Apr 2020
COVID-19 crisis to widen the economic resilience gap We expect the COVID-19 crisis to widen the economic resilience gap. The ...
21 Apr 2020
The Great Economic Shutdown: a quarter of the cake gone We estimate the shutdown measures in place today on account of the ...
16 Apr 2020
New infrastructure: China takes the lead, to mitigate slowdown and power future growth China's government will leverage "new ...
02 Apr 2020
COVID-19 pandemic and market risks: a systemic crisis in the making? We are sliding into a global recession caused by the ...
12 Mar 2020
Economic Resilience in action now COVID-19 is putting economic activity and resilience under pressure around the world, raising a ...
28 Feb 2020
The growing intangibility of business value: expanding the boundaries of insurability Today, the world's biggest companies derive ...