17 December 2020
As an extraordinary year draws to a close, flow take a look at 2020’s economic ups, downs, reverses from and accelerations towards any form of “normality” with thanks to our colleagues in Deutsche Bank Research
Even before the pandemic took hold, analysts had expressed concerns about low developed market structural growth, negative yields and rates, and record levels of global debt – all of which look set to get worse once Covid-19 ends and the temporary fillip of economic bounce backs wears off. Deutsche Bank’s Head of Fundamental Strategy and Thematic Research Jim Reid prefaces his December 2020 Chartbook with a reminder that while we will worry about the global cost of the pandemic “one day”, 2021 will see “strong growth snap back and pent-up euphoria”.
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