The world post Covid-19 (part 2)

The world remains in the grip of Covid-19, but the pandemic can also serve as a catalyst for change that can shape the world for decades to come.

In continuation of our previous article on the world post Covid-19, our analysts explain what the world economy is going to look like in light of the global pandemic, and who will emerge as winners and losers.

Contributor

  • Rob Subbaraman

    Head of Global Macro Research

  • George Buckley

    Chief UK & Euro Area Economist

  • Craig Chan

    Global Head of FX Strategy

  • Ting Lu

    Chief China Economist

  • Andrew Ticehurst

    Rates Strategist, Australia

  • Sonal Varma

    Chief Economist, India and Asia ex-Japan

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