Central banks and the danger of a lasting global recession from the coronavirus (Premium)

The coronavirus, COVID-19, represents a unique kind of challenge to central banks – a supply side shock. This type of impact can’t be confronted the same way as weak demand, because demand is still there, it just can’t get access to the goods and services it wants to buy. With already low interest rates and multiple liquidity provision tools at play, can central banks protect from a major slump as COVID-19 makes its way around the world?
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