The World Bank has released a statement on the state of East Asian and Pacific economies, concerning the supply shocks created by the COVID-19 outbreak, saying that countries in the region are facing the prospect of a global financial shock and recession.
While the numbers behind the number of cases, deaths and recoveries is relatively easy to understand, the effects of this global pandemic on the global economy are less clear and we believe it is critical that our readers know what’s happening, so that governments are being held to account for their financial management of this crisis.
American stock markets are plummeting and Donald Trump’s economic gains as president have now been completely eradicated, while the other major stock markets around the world aren’t doing any better.
After the number of patients infected by the coronavirus in Italy rose beyond 1,000 yesterday, global stock markets have been devastated by their worst losses in 30 years. However, there has also been some good news coming out of South Korea.
There are two certainties in life: death and taxes. Now, the first is unavoidable and the latter can be manipulated; but the sad reality is…
The Millennial generation (1982-1999) often has a bad reputation among the older generations. However, there are many reasons for who we are, how we behave and our opinions. It starts with you. We are a generation that’s considered entitled. We have stupid haircuts, love avocados, we skateboard to work and we basically come across asContinue reading “Dear Boomers, Here’s What It’s Like To Be A Millennial”
For far too long, a conservative ideology has dominated politics all around the world, with corruption and the exploitation of our environment just considered part of the game. Donald Trump’s rise to power exemplifies this. I remember a conversation that I had with a friend about why older generations dislike millennials so much. His replyContinue reading “The 20s: Will Millennial Politics Take Over? [Opinion]”