United States: Many households will not be able to manage their high-interest auto loans.
Also, the airline industry is in deep trouble.
Europe: UK government spending and gilt issuance will spike in the months to come.
Will the BoE boost its QE program to absorb all the new debt?
Also, respondents are also increasingly cutting non-essential spending.
Emerging Markets: Capital outflows have been unprecedented.
Equities: Fund managers are running substantial cash balances.
Rates: The Fed has been buying $70bn of Treasury securities each day.
Food for Thought: Eating and drinking during the quarantine:
Edited by Devon Lall
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