Log in
E-mail
Password
Remember
Forgot password ?
Become a member for free
Sign up
Sign up
New member
Sign up for FREE
New customer
Discover our services
Settings
Settings
Dynamic quotes 
OFFON

MarketScreener Homepage  >  News  >  Economy & Forex

News : Latest News
Latest NewsCompaniesMarketsEconomy & ForexCommoditiesInterest RatesBusiness LeadersFinance Pro.CalendarSectors 
All NewsEconomyCurrencies & ForexEconomic EventsCryptocurrenciesCybersecurityPress Releases

Private Sector To Foot Covid-19 Bill In Coming Years -- Market Talk

share with twitter share with LinkedIn share with facebook
09/30/2020 | 01:04pm EDT

11:48 ET - Fiscal and monetary stimulus during Covid-19 mean governments have so far shouldered the pandemic's costs, but households and companies will bear the brunt in coming years as taxpayer support recedes, Capital Economics says. "Our base case is that loan losses will not be big enough to destabilise banking systems, but some economies, particularly in the emerging world, are more vulnerable than others," CE says. "And even in countries where banking systems are on a surer footing, losses are likely to be big enough to act as a brake on lending, as banks work to maintain or restore capital buffers." (paulo.trevisani@wsj.com; @ptrevisani)


share with twitter share with LinkedIn share with facebook
Latest news "Economy & Forex"
06:59pUNECA UNITED NATIONS ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR AFR : Three-day ECA-wide Third Quarterly Review kicks off with a focus on joint-programming for results
PU
06:46pU.S. EPA CONSIDERING E15 LABELING CHANGES AT GAS PUMPS : sources
RE
06:25pNATIONAL OILWELL VARCO : Reports Third Quarter 2020 Results
PU
06:20pWall Street tumbles as virus cases soar
RE
06:20pChina says looking into unfair competition on e-commerce platforms - Xinhua
RE
06:19pJ M Smucker to sell Crisco business in $550 mln cash deal
RE
06:17pHospital Merger Seeks to Create Regional Giant in the West
DJ
06:05pChina Is Far Behind on U.S. Purchases Under Trade Deal
DJ
06:00pSTEEL & TUBE : A Successful Engagement between Steel & Tube and SWEP
PU
05:49pU.S. State Department approves $2.37 bln more in potential arms sales to Taiwan -Pentagon
RE
Latest news "Economy & Forex"