Recession в новостях
|economic recession||Экономический спад|
|global recession||Глобальная рецессия|
Публикации и примеры предложений
· Lockdown Ending - Stocks To Buy →
We are being afflicted with an extraordinarily deep pandemic-related recession and recovery-talk suggests its shape may be L-shaped or a Nike swoosh.
· Skills gap is the nation's chasm →
History shows it can take a recession before Australia's political leaders set aside their differences and remake a system that is fundamental to the country's fortunes.
· The Nasdaq-Dow Relationship →
It also occurred during in late 1991-early 1992 after the 1991 recession.
· Despite rally, 2020 to be worst year for stocks in nearly a decade: Reuters poll →
Macroeconomic data points to a deep global recession, with widespread expectations among economists and longer-term fund managers for a slow and elongated rebound, not to mention warnings from the Federal Reserve as well.
· Coronavirus unleashing new wave of US layoffs →
In a separate report on Thursday, the Commerce Department said gross domestic product contracted at a 5.0per cent annualized rate in the first quarter, the deepest drop in output since the 2007-09 Great Recession, rather than the 4.8per cent pace estimated last month.
· Apple: Beyond iPhones, Services Become More Than A Sidekick →
At the current P/E of 25.7, the market has brushed aside global recession concerns in a bet that the company's business units including its increasingly important services unit will continue its revenue growth trajectory.
· The vital missing piece of the Democrats’ stimulus bill →
“The faster you act, the more effective the relief will be at fighting the recession,” says Claudia Sahm, the director of macroeconomic policy at the Washington Center for Equitable Growth.
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· EU pledges to stay green in recovery from coronavirus →
To weather the deep recession triggered by the pandemic, Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has proposed a €1.85 trillion ($2 trillion) package consisting of a revised long-term budget and a recovery fund, with 25% of the funding set aside for climate action.
· 'I don’t know how I’ll survive': the laid-off workers devastated by coronavirus cuts →
These need to be extended beyond the standard 26 weeks to 52 and even 99 weeks, as they were during the Great Recession,” said Reich.
· America's stunning unemployment surge during coronavirus, visualized →
Not even during the peak of the Great Recession did the unemployment numbers come close to the initial spikes — with 665,000 people applying for benefits the week of March 28, 2009 — and the numbers that followed.