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24 Mar 2020
Here is why you should pick up a copy of The Guardian on Wednesday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on the newsstands on Wednesday⁣⁣.
4 Mar 2020
South Africa slips into recession for the second time in two years - we tell you more. Meanwhile, in Nigeria, motorcycle and tricycle taxis have been banned in Lagos. Drivers are suffering from the impact it has had on their lives. Finally, we hear from South African designer and 2019 LVMH prize winner Thebe Magugu. He's now exhibiting his creations at his first Paris Fashion Week.
24 Feb 2020
Here is why you should pick up a copy of The Guardian on Tuesday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on the newsstands on Tuesday⁣. ⁣
30 Nov 2019
Germany's economy dodges recession
21 Nov 2019
Nigeria inflation has slowed after the country exited a recession which made importation expensive, but food inflation has remained high. Nigeria has since August partially closed land borders to halt trade amid a crackdown on smuggling, but the move is expected to push up prices.
19 Oct 2019
Hong Kong faces first recession in decades after months of protests
5 Oct 2019
360 global single- and multi-family offices were surveyed for the 2019 UBS Global Family Office Report, which was done in conjunction with Campden Research. A majority expect the global economy to enter a recession by 2020, with the highest percentage of gloomy respondents in emerging markets. About 42% of family offices around the world are raising cash reserves. Bloomberg's Tom Metcalf and Lisa Abramowicz speak on "Bloomberg Money Undercover"
24 Aug 2019
Tuuli McCully, head of Asia-Pacific economics at Scotiabank, talks about the region's economies and policies. She speaks with Yvonne Man, Rishaad Salamat and David Ingles on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
18 Aug 2019
In the face of a rising global trade tension and projected global recession in 2020 – to discuss how these global issues are impacting emerging economies like Ghana’s, Emmanuel Zewu, Vice President for the Economic Research and Policy analysis unit at New Era Africa and Winston Osuchukwu, Co-founder of Trans-Sahara Incorporated join CNBC Africa for more.
3 May 2019
Prepare for another cycle of recession in 2020, Yari tells governor-elects.
5 Sep 2018
South Africa enters a recession as the economy shrunk in the second quarter.
22 Jul 2018
Geraldine Sundstrom, managing director and head of asset allocation at Pimco, discusses the flattening yield curve in the U.S. and the possibility of a recession.

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