Pantheon Macroeconomics - •	U.S.	-	Collapsing confidence and mass job losses continue, but not forever. •	U.K.	-	The lockdown is starting to work, but the next steps aren't clear. 
•	ASIA	-	Positive signs as Chinese money supply and loan growth jump. •	LATAM	-	The real hit from the virus is yet to come.

Global | 15 Apr 2020 Global Monitor The pace of U.S. job losses seems to be slowing
• U.S. - Collapsing confidence and mass job losses continue, but not forever. • U.K. - The lockdown is starting to work, but the next steps aren't clear. • ASIA - Positive signs as Chinese money supply and loan growth jump. • LATAM - The real hit from the virus is yet to come.

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15 Apr 2020 Global Monitor The pace of U.S. job losses seems to be slowing

By Ian Shepherdson

• U.S. - Collapsing confidence and mass job losses continue, but not forever. • U.K. - The lockdown is starting to work, but the next steps aren't clear. • ASIA - Positive signs as Chinese money supply and loan growth jump. • LATAM - The real hit from the virus is yet to come.

Posted: 15th Apr 2020 in 'Global'

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