Fathom believes the pandemic could spark the biggest global recession since the 1930s and lead to a post-war record decline in GDP in the first half of 2020. Their central view was that this would be followed by a strong rebound in the second half of the year. The former has since become consensus, but there is an exceptionally high degree of uncertainty around what happens next and how it will vary across different countries in the EMEA region in terms of timing, severity, and the policy response.
Listen to this complimentary webinar that will shed light on the type of recovery that lies ahead: V-shaped (quick sharp bounceback), U-shaped (delayed bounceback) or L-shaped (protracted economic slump).
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