In the past few weeks, we have seen a wave of optimism about the economic recovery, especially in the United States. The International Monetary Fund added its voice to the chorus, predicting that developed economies could not only enjoy rapid growth in the years to come, but see little or no permanent damage from the sudden collapse in 2020. But this recovery will be felt everywhere. ? Stephanie Flanders talks to Bloomberg’s chief economist, Tom Orlik, about what has changed and its outlook for global growth.
Almost 100 days have passed since the big Ben chimes marked the formal implementation of Brexit. UK economy reporter Lizzy Burden reports on the country’s complicated post-divorce relationship with the European Union and talks to some people who have been caught in the middle. Finally, Flanders talks to U.S. real estate reporter Alex Wittenberg about how the boom in online shopping could be the death sentence for golf courses across America.
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