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從COVID-19走向經濟復甦之路:主題調查

COVID-19 The Road to Economic Recovery - Thematic Research

出版商 GlobalData 商品編碼 965861
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 114 Pages
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從COVID-19走向經濟復甦之路:主題調查 COVID-19 The Road to Economic Recovery - Thematic Research
出版日期: 2020年11月11日內容資訊: 英文 114 Pages
簡介

根據約翰霍普金斯大學的數據,截至2020年9月8日,全球有超過2700萬人感染了新型冠狀病毒感染(COVID-19),約90萬人死亡。在做。大流行迫使政府嚴格封鎖,使世界經濟癱瘓了幾個月。到2020年,預計除印度和中國以外的所有主要國家/地區的經濟都將出現負增長,失業率將直線上升。

COVID-19造成的衰退不是由需求衝擊引起的,而是由旨在拯救人們生命的政策驅動的供應衝擊引起的。結果,政府和公司為恢復經濟所採取的策略可能與之前的衰退有所不同。

前景仍然不確定,但是可持續性有望成為復甦過程的重點。 COVID-19的人為損失已不僅僅局限於感染,還涉及到廣泛的經濟領域,而忽視社會,環境和治理問題的公司可能會面臨巨大的客戶反對。在政府一級,已經有跡象表明,可持續性,尤其是綠色能源正在受到重視。

我們的生活方式在不斷變化,變化的程度受到兩個因素的影響:大流行的持續時間和疫苗開發的速度,但是COVID-19之後大多數公司改成家中上班,目前不能恢復到以前的做法。

本報告調查了COVID-19的經濟復甦路徑,並提供了諸如每個政府的經濟刺激措施,有關COVID-19的最新信息以及顯示經濟趨勢的各種指標等信息。

目錄

  • 主要發現
  • 經濟復甦記分卡
  • 商業刺激計劃
  • 最新消息
  • 有關COVID-19感染的最新信息
  • 經濟復甦
  • GDP與通貨膨脹
  • 股指
  • 行業指數
  • 採礦和工業生產
  • 商業情緒
  • 失業
  • 附錄
  • 宏觀經濟預測
  • 每個國家的信息
  • 調查方法

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目錄
Product Code: GDCOV-TR-E052

The COVID 19 Economic Recovery report is designed to provide clients with up-to-date insights on the performance of major economies. Central to the report is GlobalData's proprietary economic recovery scorecard, which ranks the top 35 countries' performance on the 10 most important economic indicators. The report also provides monthly updates on high frequency macroeconomic indicators such as GDP, inflation, business confidence, consumer confidence, industrial production, and equity markets. It also provides in-depth analysis of the economic performance of the world's largest economies. The report can be used as a strategic tool to understand market dynamics, business potential and direction of operations in the economy.

Scope

  • According to Johns Hopkins University data, by 11 November 2020, COVID-19 had infected more than 50 million people and claimed more than 1,250,000 lives. The pandemic forced governments to impose rigid lockdowns that essentially shut down the worldwide economy for many months. With the exception of India and China, all major economies are expected to shrink this year. Unemployment levels have increased at jaw-dropping rates.
  • The COVID-19 recession has not been caused by a demand shock, rather, it is a policy-driven supply shock designed to save people's lives. Consequently, the strategies - of governments and companies - that will be used in the economic recovery could be different from previous recessions.
  • Despite the substantial uncertainty regarding the economic downturn, this could well be the first recovery with a focus on sustainability. The human cost of COVID-19 extends beyond infection and into the broader economy. Companies that ignore social, environmental and governance issues could face significant customer backlash. Governments are already showing signs that sustainability - particularly green energy - will feature strongly in stimulus programs.
  • The way we live our lives has been changed permanently. However, the extent to which human life will change will be affected by two competing factors: the longevity of COVID-19's presence and the speed with which a vaccine is developed. Most enterprises successfully transitioned to work from home; few will revert back to pre-COVID-19 practices.

Reasons to Buy

  • Up-to-date insights on the performance of major economies.
  • GlobalData's proprietary economic recovery scorecard, which ranks the top 35 countries' performance on the 10 most important economic indicators.
  • Updates on high frequency macroeconomic indicators such as GDP, inflation, business confidence, consumer confidence, industrial production, and equity markets.
  • In-depth analysis of the economic performance of the world's largest economies.
  • Can be used as a strategic tool to understand market dynamics, business potential and direction of operations in the economy.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • Key messages
  • Economic recovery scorecard
  • Stimulus packages
  • Breaking news
  • COVID-19 infection update
  • Economic Recovery
  • GDP and inflation
  • Equity indices
  • Sector indices
  • Industrial production
  • Business confidence
  • Unemployment
  • Appendices
  • Macroeconomic forecast
  • Country dashboards
  • Methodology