Nightmare scenario for economy becoming less likely, predicts forecaster

Nightmare scenario for economy becoming less likely, predicts forecaster

Award-winning forecaster Ian Shepherdson of Pantheon Macroeconomics has said that based on his tracking of the growth rate of COVID-19 cases, tests and deaths, he’s becoming cautiously optimistic that the worst may be within sight. ’The nightmare scenario seems to have been averted’, Shepherdson said in a note to clients. His latest forecast calls for the S&P 500 to end 2019 at about 2900.

KCooper
KCooper
dan
dan 0 months

This virus is getting to look less deadly every day Maybe the protests are valid after all?

Julian
Julian 0 months

Wait, the “experts” were wrong once again? Wow, no way!

Tommy Rotten
Tommy Rotten 0 months

It cracks me up. That they think can turn off a 22trillion dollar economy, put 10's of thousands out of their businesses forever, put 22+ million on unemployment at a higher pay, print 6 trillion in unfunded debt and then turn it back on and it all goes back to the way it was before. You are just a special kind of idiot.

BoboRama
BoboRama 0 months

People look at me like I'm crazy, but I've been saying for the entire time that nothing is as bad as the media makes it sound. Yes every death is tragic, but we're going to get through this, and the outcome isn't going to be some post apocalyptic wasteland.

Indo
Indo 0 months

Action speaks louder than words. Always, always and ever always. Get more people to get off their butts n rethink things to activate all necessary things. It's easier today there is super tech just waiting to be exploited

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