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City in the middle of compulsory isolation.

Slow easing of lockdowns may be better for global economy

A cautious approach to easing lockdown restrictions that reduces the risk of later lockdowns may be better for the global supply chain in the long run

Man holding an empty wallet.

How is COVID-19 affecting the global economic order?

Covid-19 has triggered a global financial crisis and is forcing states to develop rescue packages on a scale not seen before

Covid-19: countries begin to ease restrictions

European countries begin to lift restrictions by COVID-19 to boost economies

Man talking on the phone and screens with stock exchange data.

New economic model may prevent stops of capital flow

The sudden stop of capital flow of a country means, according to experts, a bottleneck to its foreign finance, that is to say, the bankruptcy of the country

Businessman in financial crisis due to coronavirus outbreak

What will happen to the economy after COVID-19?

The coronavirus and the result of the quarantine will leave high unemployment rates and great effects on the economy worldwide

Bar graph with down arrow.

How LATAM would cope with the Coronavirus recession

Latin America will have to focus on 'reviving' economic sectors that will be strongly impacted by the pandemic.

Fruits in the market.

Food prices after Brexit could increase by £50 per week

The effects of Brexit on different food types and what this will mean for families has been measured by research from the University of Warwick.

Group of people in the stock market.

Black Monday shakes the global economy

Concern for the Coronavirus has affected the world economy and this week began with the sinking of 30 percent of the oil price.

Casa Rosada in Argentina.

Argentina's public debt is unsustainable

The IMF and the government of Alberto Fernández reached the decision to seek private bondholders to assume losses and renegotiate obligations.

Two people in the icy sea.

Extreme weather could bring next recession

Despite the obvious risks, investors and asset managers have been conspicuously slow to connect physical climate risk to company market valuations.

Alejandro Giammattei, president of Guatemala.

Guatemala and El Salvador seek Central American unity

The two countries made important decisions with which they want the region to be strengthened in some of the issues they have in common, such as migration

Flags in the World Economic Forum.

This is how the World Economic Forum ended

The 50th edition of the Davos forum ended after five days in which 3000 attendees gathered to discuss the most important issues of world economy

People using computers and reviewing documents.

Another six months of tax benefits in Venezuela

The government decided to expand tax benefits for dollar stores. Here we tell you what you should know.

Alberto Fernández, President-elect of Argentina

Argentina: new project seeks to boost its economy

One of Alberto Fernández's first measures in the presidency is a package of laws to try to get out of the economic crisis that the country is facing.

Citizens walking down a street.

Latin America lives its worst economic moment in 70 years

The ECLAC study revealed that the region faces almost zero economic growth.

Aerial view of football stadium.

From China, to El Salvador: these are the Christmas gifts of the Asian giant

The aid that China offered to El Salvador in a cooperation plan is huge

Girl holding american dollar bills

US economy to expand, but at a slower pace

The U.S. economy will continue to expand for a 12th consecutive year in 2020, but by only about 2 percent and struggling to remain at that level by year's end

Man using a hydraulic forklift.

World recession in the industry?

The world economy is showing some manifestations of problems that can lead to a global crisis.

The Peronist candidate Alberto Fernández

This is how Alberto Fernández would handle the Argentine debt

The eyes of the creditors are set on the favorite candidate to win the elections of the Latin American country

National Currency of Argentina

Argentine government would renegotiate debt under local law

The Government of Argentina sent to Congress a project that establishes procedures to renegotiate the country's bonds issued under local law with its creditors

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