A traveller wearing a full-body protective suit walks through Pudong International Airport in Shanghai on March 10. Traffic, power consumption and economic data reveal the impact of the coronavirus on China’s economy. Photo: Bloomberg A traveller wearing a full-body protective suit walks through Pudong International Airport in Shanghai on March 10. Traffic, power consumption and economic data reveal the impact of the coronavirus on China’s economy. Photo: Bloomberg
A traveller wearing a full-body protective suit walks through Pudong International Airport in Shanghai on March 10. Traffic, power consumption and economic data reveal the impact of the coronavirus on China’s economy. Photo: Bloomberg
Aidan Yao
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Aidan Yao

As the coronavirus outbreak advances, expect more rate cuts and more economic turbulence

  • Fears about the global economic outlook are intensifying, with the release of a set of weak Chinese data. These numbers could be a harbinger of more pain to come for other economies, if the spread of the virus is not contained quickly

A traveller wearing a full-body protective suit walks through Pudong International Airport in Shanghai on March 10. Traffic, power consumption and economic data reveal the impact of the coronavirus on China’s economy. Photo: Bloomberg A traveller wearing a full-body protective suit walks through Pudong International Airport in Shanghai on March 10. Traffic, power consumption and economic data reveal the impact of the coronavirus on China’s economy. Photo: Bloomberg
A traveller wearing a full-body protective suit walks through Pudong International Airport in Shanghai on March 10. Traffic, power consumption and economic data reveal the impact of the coronavirus on China’s economy. Photo: Bloomberg
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