· Slump in consumption, exports push Germany into recession in Q1 →
“As the first quarter performance is the result of ‘only’ two weeks of lockdown and supply chain disruptions due to lockdown measures in Asia, it does not need much analytical skill to predict a much stronger slump in the second quarter,” said Carsten Brzeski, chief euro zone economist at ING.
· Emerging technology could solve 'ludicrous' fish loss from irrigation →
Farmers got water without disruption, while screens diffused plant and larval drift so most didn't get through the 2-millimetre wide mesh nor did they clog up the mesh.
· 'We can't be distracted': Almond producer nervously watches trade stoush as profit falls →
The market has been hit by expectations of a record US crop this year, disruptions to market access because of COVID-19 and as demand for almonds in the food services sector dries up because of the closure of restaurants and cafes across the globe due to coronavirus lockdowns.
· Unexpected policy timing, expected outcome: These measures could help RBI disinfect the economy →
RBI realistically acknowledged that growth is expected to contract in FY21, while inflation is expected to remain elevated in the near term (Kotak@6.4% average) amidst supply side disruption.
· Franco-Nevada: The Sky Is The Limit, So It Seems →
However, we should expect some production disruptions due to COVID-19 next quarter.
· IKEA India’s Amitabh Pande on the communication strategy followed by brands in the time of Covid-19 →
COVID-19 has been a huge disruption in our world.
· Moody’s: Pressure keeps rising for Apac companies as coronavirus impact becomes clearer →
KUALA LUMPUR, May 25 — Moody’s Investors Service said about 22 per cent of 476 rated non-financial companies in Asia Pacific (Apac) have high exposure to coronavirus disruptions, up from 20 per cent in March, as the effects of the pandemic on companies’ credit quality have become more apparent.
· 'It's kind of glum': US farmers worry as crop prices dip →
Striving to get a massive yield out of his crops in rural Maryland is how Burrier hopes to make it through yet another uncertain year, beset by market disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and renewed trade tensions between the United States and China.
· Covid imapct: Reimbursements, as a category, will undergo a change →
“Companies are evaluating possibilities of optimising compensation programmes to preserve cash in the wake of disruptions caused by Covid-19,” he says.
· Movie theaters to live stream 'League of Legends' tournament →
The broadcasting of a LoL tournament at a theater is part of South Korean multiplexes' efforts to tackle the falling number of moviegoers and a lack of new film releases stemming from monthslong coronavirus disruptions.