Ukraine crisis has been saved
Statement from our Global CEO Punit Renjen
Deloitte stands unequivocally with the people of Ukraine. Russia’s invasion of this sovereign nation is an indefensible act of aggression that echoes the darkest days in European history.
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Deloitte Economics Monitor
The Monitor analyses the unfolding economic cycle across the world. Updated frequently, it provides a succinct, easy-to-navigate guide to the latest global developments.
Reset in expectations for the global economy - economic blog
The war will give a powerful impetus to global inflation and will dampen the recovery from the pandemic recession. Countries in central and eastern Europe, with close ties to Russia in terms of energy imports, trade and financial exposure, are particularly exposed. Among major western European economies Germany is the most vulnerable by dint of heavy reliance on Russian gas and an auto sector that is suffering from renewed supply chain disruption as a result of the war.
Blog by Ian Stewart, Deloitte's Chief Economist in the UKRead more
Webinar: Will the war in Ukraine derail the energy transition?
The war in Ukraine has upended the global economy and energy markets. Fundamental assumptions and behaviours have changed dramatically overnight. We are confronted with many expected effects, such as higher prices and pressure to reduce gas consumption. But also with several unexpected effects.
Watch the recording of the webinar 'Will the war in Ukraine derail the energy transition?' that took place on Wednesday, 30 March 2022 below, and discover the likely effects on European and global markets in the short, medium, and long term.