FocusEconomics Coronavirus Weekly Surveys

FocusEconomics Coronavirus Weekly Surveys

temaplte_1-01.pngGlobal Coronavirus Weekly Survey - 01 April 2020

More than two-thirds of panelists now see the negative impact of Covid-19 dragging into 2021, up from 56% in last week’s report.

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capture_4.pngGlobal Coronavirus Weekly Survey - 25 March 2020

Analysts now forecast the negative economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic to be even more severe than expected just seven days ago, as many countries have recently adopted sweeping containment measures.

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capture_3.pngGlobal Coronavirus Weekly Survey - 18 March 2020

Our panelists have grown markedly more pessimistic over the last week as the coronavirus (Covid-19) continued to spread around the world and more countries adopted drastic containment measures.

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imgewewe.pngLatin America Coronavirus Survey - 17 March 2020

The coronavirus pandemic continues to dominate headlines and in recent weeks has fanned fears of a global recession. With cases now rising across Latin America, we polled our panelists on the likely economic impact on the region.

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corona_viorus_1.pngGlobal Coronavirus Weekly Survey - 11 March 2020

In our latest coronavirus survey, panelists have grown markedly more pessimistic about the outlook for the global economy since our last coronavirus survey on 4 March, and now put the probability of a global recession over the next 12 months at over 40%.

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Global Coronavirus Weekly Survey - 4 March 2020

With the help of 84 expert panelists, we assess how the coronavirus outbreak is projected to impact China's economy and global growth more broadly.The coronavirus is now expected to have a much greater impact on global growth than previously forecast.

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Global Coronavirus Weekly Survey - 25 February 2020

Our panelists expect the coronavirus will significantly hit China’s GDP growth this year, notwithstanding government stimulus. Almost half the panelists surveyed project the virus to subtract 0.5-0.8 percentage points from Chinese growth.

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