Financial Economics With The Epidemic's End In Sight
(Friday, April 24, 2020, 7 p.m. EST) - If the economy won't begin to return to normalcy until the public health crisis ends, this chart, used with permission from the Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME), shows the beginning of the end of the Coronavirus financial crisis is expected to occur in June.
The projection is from the Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation, an independent public health research center at the University of Washington. IHME is backed by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and its statistical model is often referenced in daily press conferences with officials from the White House Coronavirus Task Force.
The peak in deaths per day occurred on April 15 and IHME's grim projection shows the daily deaths will continue at a declining until the daily death toll ends the Coronavirus epidemic of 2020:
- Confirming Recovery Is Under Way
- Despite Grim Headlines, Stocks Rose Sharply -- Why?
- The Paradigm Shift In Valuing Stocks
- Retail Sales And Housing Starts In June Reveal Recovery's Shape
- Keeping Perspective In An Unreal Environment
- Economic Fundamentals Recovering As Stocks Surged For the Week
- Stocks Swing Wildly As Economic Recovery Begins
- Dog Days Of Summer In The Economy
- V-Shaped But Full Recovery Is Long Off
- Covid-19 Causes A Good Surprise
- The Epidemic Sets The Economy Back About Two Years
- Is This A New Bull Market?
- The Pandemic And Stocks
- Despite Disastrous Jobs Report, Stocks Surged 1.6% Friday
- Amid The Crisis In The Economy, Two Good Anomalies
- Financial Economics With The Epidemic's End In Sight
- The Beginning Of The End?
- An 11.4% One-Week Gain In Stocks
- What Investors Should Expect And A Business Owner Alert
- Is the Coronavirus Bear Market Over?
- What's An Investor To Think Now?
- Will Covid-19 Crisis Be Short-Lived?
- Despite Covid-19, Signals Of Economic Health Continue
- Covid-19: Facts And Perspective For Investors