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Corona crisis: the cost of the response – Part II

Responding to the response This time around, both central banks and governments have gone “all-in” in their response packages and the scale of the support and liquidity provided dwarf the measures that we saw in the 2008 crisis. Of course, the question remains whether this will all be enough to help save the economy from these massive self-inflicted wounds.  However, one thing is clear so far and that is the uniformity of the political handling of the economic crisis. All...

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