United States: Goldman Sachs is predicting deep contraction in growth.
Here is the attribution.
United Kingdom: It was a rough week for the British pound.
Eurozone:The coronavirus trajectories in Spain and Italy are outpacing China (for this phase in the epidemic).
Energy: The Brent futures curve is deep in contango.
Credit: Many fixed-income ETFs are trading well below NAV amid poor liquidity and lagging valuations of underlying securities.
Food for Thought: Acute-care hospital beds by country:
Edited by Daniel Moskovits
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