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  1. COVID-19 Job Woes
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    COVID-19 Job Woes

    The world is bracing for its deepest recession in decades as COVID-19 continues to spread and the death toll climbs. Our correspondents pound the ...
  2. Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak leaves Downing Street, in London

    UK's Sunak: too early to predict shape of recovery from recession

    Britain is facing a significant recession but it is too early to tell how quickly the economy will be able to recover, British finance minister ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Massachusetts

    US economy entered recession in February: NBER

    The U.S. economy ended its longest expansion in history in February and entered recession as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the private ...
  4. The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in New York

    Commentary: This is how much Americans will pay to stop coronavirus spread and save lives

    A new analysis tried to estimate Americans' “willingness to pay” based on the implied value of social distancing and other public intervention ...
  5. Bottom Of The Barrel?
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    Ep 6: Bottom Of The Barrel?

    Oil prices on a rollercoaster ride - is the end in sight? Singapore's oil trading sector also coping with the collapse of a major player. And with ...
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    The one about the looming recession and a ban on 'uncivilised' behaviour in China

    Up for consideration this week: The large, abrupt shock from COVID-19 rattles Singapore’s economy and the outlook is bleak but what can we do to ...
  7. Economic Reboot
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    Ep 5: Economic Reboot

    China is back to work after the worst growth figures in three decades. How is the outlook for the next quarter shaping up, and what lessons can be ...
  8. The European Central Bank looks set to announce new measures to cushion the economic blow from the

    Commentary: 10 signs a greater depression is coming

    We may see an L-shaped greater depression later in this decade even if there is lacklustre economic recovery this year, says economist Nouriel ...