A man wearing a mask walks down Nanjing Pedestrian Road, a popular shopping area, in Shanghai, on January 24. Photo: Reuters A man wearing a mask walks down Nanjing Pedestrian Road, a popular shopping area, in Shanghai, on January 24. Photo: Reuters
A man wearing a mask walks down Nanjing Pedestrian Road, a popular shopping area, in Shanghai, on January 24. Photo: Reuters
David Brown
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by David Brown

With coronavirus outbreak hitting China’s economy, the US must pull its weight to ensure global growth

  • More policy accommodation in the form of easier credit and fiscal stimulus from Beijing looks likely
  • The Federal Reserve must go the extra mile and consider another interest rate cut while Trump must resolve the trade war with China

A man wearing a mask walks down Nanjing Pedestrian Road, a popular shopping area, in Shanghai, on January 24. Photo: Reuters A man wearing a mask walks down Nanjing Pedestrian Road, a popular shopping area, in Shanghai, on January 24. Photo: Reuters
A man wearing a mask walks down Nanjing Pedestrian Road, a popular shopping area, in Shanghai, on January 24. Photo: Reuters
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