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Labour day: High unemployment challenges economic policy-makers
Labour day: High unemployment challenges economic policy-makers
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Labour day: High unemployment challenges economic policy-makers

It is now that we are becoming acutely aware of how important work is for us, with the job market data taking to centre stage on this year’s Labour Day. The number of people who are out of a job because of the pandemic has increased drastically. Numerous measures, such as reduced working hours in Austria, have been taken in an effort to contain the situation. We expect a positive trend reversal later in the year.

Coronacession
Coronacession

Coronacession

The world is in a state of emergency, with the corona pandemic constituting a global health, economic, and financial crisis. The term “Coronacession” has been created as a chimaera of corona and recession. The central question is how deep the emergency runs and how long it will last. The speed of the development is breath-taking. […]

Rivalry USA – China dominating the markets
Rivalry USA – China dominating the markets
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Rivalry USA – China dominating the markets

The trade war between China and the USA reaches a new stage. With the announcement by US President Trump threatening to raise the penalty for Chinese imports to 25 percent, the fronts seem hardened. Will there be an early resolution of the trade dispute and what does a further escalation mean for the global economy?