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modern economy crumble. what will happen next?
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Alessandro566554

Biedrs kopš Apr 29, 2020  3 ieraksti Alessandro566554 May 28 at 11:24
The economic situation in Italy already left much to be desired: it was affected by the global economic crisis and domestic political instability, as a result of which the Peninsula showed only 0.2% growth last year. For this year, the Italian authorities planned an increase of 0.6%, but this was before the epidemic

Leonardo00888

Biedrs kopš Apr 29, 2020  2 ieraksti Leonardo00888 May 28 at 12:17
Alessandro566554 posted:
The economic situation in Italy already left much to be desired: it was affected by the global economic crisis and domestic political instability, as a result of which the Peninsula showed only 0.2% growth last year. For this year, the Italian authorities planned an increase of 0.6%, but this was before the epidemic
I think that soon the situation will stabilize

GiuseppeRRR

Biedrs kopš Apr 30, 2020  8 ieraksti GiuseppeR (GiuseppeRRR) May 28 at 12:40
From an economist's point of view, this time is unique in its complexity. We are experiencing a double shock — supply and demand. This makes the task of countering the crisis extremely difficult — because countering these shocks requires the opposite economic policy measures. The key question is: how to find a balance of anti-crisis measures that solve both tasks simultaneously?

Izan45_

Biedrs kopš May 04, 2020  8 ieraksti Izan (Izan45_) May 28 at 12:56
People have been predicting the end of the modern economy since the 1800's. It is hear to stay guys, just get used to it and make the best of it you can

richard2

Biedrs kopš Oct 19, 2019  32 ieraksti richard2 May 29 at 11:03
Leonardo00888 posted:
Alessandro566554 posted:
The economic situation in Italy already left much to be desired: it was affected by the global economic crisis and domestic political instability, as a result of which the Peninsula showed only 0.2% growth last year. For this year, the Italian authorities planned an increase of 0.6%, but this was before the epidemic
I think that soon the situation will stabilize

Well it surely should.

Adrierin

Biedrs kopš Apr 16, 2019  22 ieraksti Adrierin May 30 at 13:43
And then there will be a logical recovery, I think it's absolutely natural. And we need traders to be more attentive and catch the wave in time, when the movement in the market will change its direction and we will be able to make a great profit on this!

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Shalilbine

Biedrs kopš Jan 05, 2020  12 ieraksti Shalilbine May 30 at 16:13
I honestly still do not see any terrible danger and I still believe that everything will be fine.

Taeusz1342354

Biedrs kopš Feb 12, 2020  14 ieraksti Taeusz_1 (Taeusz1342354) Jun 09 at 11:07
Don’t worry, the collapse of the economy is canceled. Everything will be fine

Dariusz54t454

Biedrs kopš Feb 12, 2020  14 ieraksti Dariusz (Dariusz54t454) Jun 09 at 11:45
according to my forecasts, the market will be sausage for another two years,

Mariusz54546

Biedrs kopš Feb 12, 2020  11 ieraksti Mariusz (Mariusz54546) Jun 09 at 12:05
I advise everyone to stop panicking and spread false rumors

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