How will the global economy develop in the coming quarters? How will the monetary policies of the central banks differ? What scenarios are likely for the key financial markets? What are the associated specific medium-term forecasts (three weeks to a year)? What political risks could change the scenario completely?
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The global economy has been dealt a shock by the coronavirus, and central banks have not been able to push up inflation and interest rates to the extent where sufficient buffers are created to cope with a crisis. Will monetary authorities and policymakers succeed in finding a way out and, if so, will they be able to do so without inflating very risky asset market bubbles?
Investors in the US and Europe do not seem to be concerned about the coronacrisis and worsening economic data. In addition, US shares are still performing significantly better than most European shares. Do political developments suggest persistent higher investor confidence in US than in European markets this year?
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