Economic existence after Covid-19: Lessons from the Gloomy Death

Economic existence after Covid-19: Lessons from the Gloomy Death

By Andy Mukherjee All upheavals leave their marks. Some fade away, some linger. Following the Black Death, the plague that’s believed to have killed 60% of Europe’s population in the second half of the 14th century, the realization that life is short, played a big role in shaping interest rates in late medieval Europe, stretching…

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Time for Modi to lift within the helicopters

Time for Modi to lift within the helicopters

India got its first glimpse of the covid-19 virus under a microscope. It’s round like other coronaviruses, about 70 to 80 nanometre (a human hair is about 80,000 nanometre) and has a cobbled surface structure.ET Online|Last Updated: Mar 28, 2020, 06.56 PM ISTAFPIndia’s covid tally is steadily rising. With 918 cases reported so far, and…

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COVID-19 no longer appropriate an economic despair but a snow fall: Feeble Fed chairman

“It is possible there’s going to be a very sharp, short, I hope short, recession in the next quarter because everything is shutting down of course,” Bernanke said. Ben Bernanke, the former Federal Reserve chairman, told CNBC on March 25 that he feels the coronavirus economic halt is more like a “major snowstorm” than an economic depression.Bernanke…

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