Pantheon Macroeconomics - Something of a debate appears to be underway in markets over the "correct" way to look at the coronavirus data.

U.S. | 3 Mar 2020 Which Covid-19 Data Matter More, New Cases or Log-Levels
Something of a debate appears to be underway in markets over the "correct" way to look at the coronavirus data.

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