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RE: Coronavirus Pandemic: We are very close to a global recession

in Project HOPE2 years ago

Dear @nirmal

One could argue that we're already entering recession. And only central banks are postpoining it by pumping absolute enormous amount of liquidity into markets.

has left more than 4,200 fatalities.

It's also important to underline, that those who die are suffering and their last moments of life are nothing but torture. Both mental and phisical. Without family around, surrounded by overcrowded hospitals and dying people. Nightmare.

Upvoted already,
Yours, Piotr

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Such a nightmare situation and only getting worse. We all have elderly friends and relatives and really fear for them. It is going to be really difficult months ahead.

The worst thing is there's no vaccines around. I am seriously scared what will happen if it spreads like Wuhan in other places. Italy, Iran and South Korea has already faced the wrath. :(

PS: Followed :)

Let's see what happens. :) Btw, followed you. :)

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Thanks @nirmal - stay safe!

Followed you back.

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Thanks. And followed you. :)

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Even Bitcoins crashed recently. We are in a volatile market.
And regarding coronavirus, the situation in India is still under control, with 74 confirmed cases, we should excercise absolute precautions to protect ourselves.
Stay safe, everybody.

PS: This was my first post here at Project Hope. Followed you. :)