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modern economy crumble. what will happen next?
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Oliver3634

Member Since Feb 11, 2020  10 posts Oliver3634 Jun 18 at 12:41
The economy is most likely not collapsing but is being rebuilt to meet the new realities of this world. This is a conditional name. it will exist as long as there are people. it will just have different types, forms, and rules.

Mateusz36354

Member Since Feb 12, 2020  11 posts Mateusz36354 Jun 19 at 08:46
The economy can only change but not collapse

Kristofferorilla

Member Since Jun 19, 2020  1 posts Kristofferorilla Jun 22 at 12:22
It’s time that we accept this reality and hope for the betterment of everything.

Balint564r65

Member Since Feb 20, 2020  5 posts Balint (Balint564r65) Jun 23 at 08:37
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, many countries have imposed a state of emergency or quarantine measures. This led to the partial or complete suspension of some production and services. As a result, the world economy was on the verge of recession. The main impact was on the service sector. How much will the global economy fall in the first half of the year, how long will the decline last, and what will be the results of the year? Most countries are trying to mitigate the negative effects through large-scale fiscal and fiscal policy measures. However, the lack of macroeconomic data on the state of the economy does not allow us to estimate the extent of a possible recession with a high degree of probability. However, its duration will depend on the further spread of the coronavirus and the measures taken. In these conditions, the role of leading indicators is increasing, with the support of which the authorities can adjust their policies.

Andronn

Member Since Jun 30, 2020  39 posts Andronn Jul 22 at 05:00
That there will be changes, of course, can no longer be doubted.

005500

Member Since May 14, 2020  7 posts 005500 Jul 22 at 05:59
In my view, it will take time but economies will recover soon by the end of the year. Major countries doing whatever it takes to control the pandemic and to recover the economy. Countries are planning for massive stimulus and planning policies to combat the virus impact.

Matthias53636et

Member Since Mar 03, 2020  4 posts Matthias (Matthias53636et) Aug 17 at 11:25
As you can see, this was another round of economic movement, and as my forecasts showed, nothing critical happened to it.

Simon454532

Member Since Mar 05, 2020  5 posts Simon454532 Aug 18 at 12:46
Matthias53636et posted:
As you can see, this was another round of economic movement, and as my forecasts showed, nothing critical happened to it.

I agree with you about the next round in the economy, but it's not clear to what realities it will lead us


Genrih45465

Member Since Mar 06, 2020  6 posts Genrih45465 Aug 19 at 11:14
All the processes taking place in the economy are cyclical, and this should be understood, the UPS and downs in the economy are a normal phenomenon.

SofieAndreasen

Member Since Jul 23, 2020  107 posts SofieAndreasen Oct 09 at 00:35
Balint564r65 posted:
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, many countries have imposed a state of emergency or quarantine measures. This led to the partial or complete suspension of some production and services. As a result, the world economy was on the verge of recession. The main impact was on the service sector. How much will the global economy fall in the first half of the year, how long will the decline last, and what will be the results of the year? Most countries are trying to mitigate the negative effects through large-scale fiscal and fiscal policy measures. However, the lack of macroeconomic data on the state of the economy does not allow us to estimate the extent of a possible recession with a high degree of probability. However, its duration will depend on the further spread of the coronavirus and the measures taken. In these conditions, the role of leading indicators is increasing, with the support of which the authorities can adjust their policies.

Most of the countries suffer economically due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, the trading activity has increase because of that.

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