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Policy Watch Q3 2020: COVID-19 Economic Measures Across Top Global Economies

10/9/2020

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As of October 9, 2020

COVID-19 is wreaking havoc on nearly every aspect of the global economy. It is clear now that what was originally a supply-side shock—and to a lesser extent an export demand shock for the global economy—has morphed into something far more pernicious. With each new data point, it becomes painfully clear—the global economy has entered a full-blown recession. As unprecedented as the crisis is, it’s being met by a wholly unprecedented global policy response. From Europe and the UK to countries throughout Asia and the Americas, central banks and governments have been called to action—and they are stepping up.

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Authors

Rebecca Rockey New York Research
Rebecca Rockey

Global Head of Forecasting
New York, United States


+1 (212) 841-7508

rebecca.rockey@cushwake.com

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David Smith

VP, Americas Head of Occupier Research
Atlanta, United States


+1 (404) 853-5310

David.Smith4@cushwake.com

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Andrew Phipps

Head of Business Development, EMEA & Global Futurist
London, United Kingdom


Andrew.Phipps@cushwake.com

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Dominic Brown

Head of Insight & Analysis, Asia Pacific
Brisbane, Australia


+61 (7) 33674270

Dominic.Brown@cushwake.com

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Jadson Andrade Sao Paulo Research
Jadson Andrade

Gerente de Pesquisa de Mercado Sr
São Paulo, Brazil


+55 (11) 5501-8204 x408204

jadson.andrade@sa.cushwake.com

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