CountryWatch today released the 2020 Macroeconomic Forecast, a 20-year projection covering global macroeconomic trends with detailed reporting on the impact of CV-19 on the global economy and 20 year projections for each of the recognized countries in the world. The Macroeconomic Forecast, produced annually by CountryWatch.com, Inc. provides estimates of GDP and its principal components: consumption, investment spending, government spending, exports and imports, inflation, interest rates, inflation rates, foreign exchange rates, and fiscal policy including tax rates on an annual basis for 195 countries.
Robert Kelly, Chairman and CEO of CountryWatch.com, Inc. noted “While the impact of CV-19 has been devastating in the first half of 2020, we take an optimistic view on the medical outlook in terms of developing a vaccine and therapeutic remedies for CV-19 which enables the global economic system to bounce back strongly in 2021. We also project the global economy will struggle in 2022 in containing the effects of the massive fiscal and monetary stimulus thrown into the global economic system in 2020-2021 leading potentially to a double-dip recession in 2022.”
Features and benefits of CountryWatch’s Macroeconomic Forecast 2020 include.
- Global Economic Overview 2020
- The Chinese Economy
- The Oil Market
- The Concern over the Tariff War
- Projected Country Economic Trends
CountryWatch Forecast will be available in an instant pdf download on the CountryWatch.com website at $298 at https://countrywatch.com/home/store
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