Matthew Lynn Matthew Lynn

The eurozone’s Covid recession has arrived

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The US is booming. The UK is set to grow at the fastest pace in half a century. China is expanding again at a blistering pace. Stock markets are rising. And commodity prices are racing ahead. 

Across most of the world, economists are starting to worry about a runaway boom, stimulated by too much easy money.

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