The Corona crisis has also caused the automotive industry to suffer a sharp drop in sales. The sharpest drop in new registrations was recorded in Italy and Spain. China provides a glimmer of hope.
The European Central Bank (ECB) wants to stick to its bond purchases despite the recent ruling by the German constitutional court. “We will continue to do whatever is necessary to fulfill this mandate,” said ECB chief Christine Lagarde.
The first reporting season of 2020 in the USA is dominated by the corona crisis. What trends can be seen from the Q1 figures for the rest of the year?
As the world’s best-known stock index, the Dow Jones Industrial index provides an overview of the most serious crises from the perspective of the financial markets. History shows that a deep fall does not necessarily mean a long dry spell.
While traditional monetary policy measures are also employed, the focus has recently shifted to a concept that has always been the subject of debate: helicopter money.
20 years later: The high point of the “dot-com bubble” is approaching. Stock markets and technology stocks plummeted at the time but investors were still able to make a small fortune. We take a look at the return of technology stocks.
Coronavirus: The spread of the virus is the defining issue in the financial markets. Global corporations such as Apple, Adidas and AT&S are also suffering the economic consequences.
Oil prices came under pressure at the beginning of the year. The consequences of the coronavirus in China were cited as the main reason for the fall in prices.
How does the struggle for a stable oil price continue?
At the World Economic Forum in Davos, topics from business, politics and science were discussed. However, climate protection received the most attention. How is the global economy doing?
And what is the outlook for 2020?
The reporting season with the largest US banks started on Wall Street last week. Their results give a good impression of how the previous year went and what trends can be identified for this year.