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  1. COVID-19: hitting the sweet spot on the pandemic macro clock

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    R0 is below 1 in the G7 countries, making the economic outlook more encouraging. Key takeaways In the "new normal", the global ...

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  2. COVID-19 growth roadmap: are we ready to re-open?

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    The pace of new daily COVID-19 cases has peaked in most advanced economies. Mobility data indicate restrictions measures were at ...

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  3. White paper on: Cyber Resilience “ESG” Reporting

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    Over the last 20 years companies, including Swiss Re, have started to report on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues ...

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  4. COVID-19 crisis to widen the economic resilience gap

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    We expect the COVID-19 crisis to widen the economic resilience gap. The countries highly exposed to the hardest hit sectors are ...

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  5. The Great Economic Shutdown: a quarter of the cake gone

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    We estimate the shutdown measures in place today on account of the Covid-19 outbreak are leading to a 20-25% reduction in ...

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