The coronavirus blew a large hole in the Finnish economy. While private consumption is returning to normal as Finland slowly reopens, challenges faced by exporters and manufacturers are expected to worsen in the fall when order books are cleared. Will the country be able to continue on its V-shaped recovery path? Listen to the podcast with Tuuli Koivu, Nordea’s Chief Economist for Finland.
The global economic outlook has centered around the depth of the initial economic contraction following the coronavirus lockdowns, the pace of re-openings and the collateral damage along the way. Financial markets have been seduced by extensive asset purchases, while governments are pouring money into their ailing economies. Will it be enough? Read the Global and Financial Markets Overview from the Nordea Economic Outlook, The Road to Recovery.