2020 saw the world’s economies rocked by the coronavirus pandemic. The IMF expects a long, uneven and uncertain recovery from what is the worst crisis since the Great Depression.
Sustained record low interest rates, the driving down of bond yields, quantitative easing following the 2008 financial crisis and now the economic impacts of Covid-19 distort the behaviours of financial markets
One of the few good things about being stuck inside at the moment is that you can ‘attend’ meetings which you’d otherwise be hard-pressed to justify
Shorter food supply chains can make the UK more resilient in the face of pandemics and climate change