COVID-19 second wave?
25 June 2020
The world’s coronavirus lockdowns are being eased and six months after Covid-19 first appeared in Wuhan, China, much of the world is returning to some sort of normality. In the same time, the World Health Organization reported a global jump of 183,000 new confirmed COVID-19 cases on June 21, the largest single-day increase it has recorded since the pandemic began.
Stock markets drift lower amid rising infections, as investors assess the risks around a possible second wave of pandemics.
This article provides further insight on how COVID-19 new cases are affecting economic perspectives around the world, from Europe to US and Asia.