Alisha Hancock

Alisha Hancock is a Political Economy MA graduate from the King’s College London. Her main interests are global economic institutions, macroeconomics, and financial strategy development. Alisha has acquired precious experience working in several international development organizations such as IDA and Oxfam.

Alisha Hancock
COVID-19 in China sent the country into a frenzy

COVID-19 in China sent the country into a frenzy

As Covid-19 negatively affects economy, China’s dread of mass occupation misfortunes looms. The flare-up is unleashing destruction on financial exercises. In this manner, firms are confronting an ultimate choice about whether to decrease swages and staff levels to have the option to endure. This week President Xi Jinping said that nearby governments need to endeavor …

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China: Empty Streets, Abandoned Factories, and no Production

Laborers in China are stuck in the places where they grew up. Manufacturing plants or workplaces shut down. Sequential construction systems for Apple and General Motors are standing quiet. One of the world’s biggest economies is remaining generally inactive. Weeks or months could go before this significant engine of global development will buzz once more. …

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Puerto Rico prepares for the new Debt Crisis

Puerto Rico is a piece of the U.S. since the nineteenth century. On Sunday, the governmentally selected oversight board responsible for Puerto Rico’s obligation rebuilding made a declaration. This is a great deal of cash, as it represents almost half of the island’s absolute debt load. The Puerto Rican government-obligation emergency goes back to 2014 …

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A brief overview of United States Profitability in Q4

United States Profitability in Q4, a brief overview

For the final quarter, U.S. profitability bounced back, and what’s more, it held work costs under tight restraints. On Thursday, the Labor Department expressed on nonfarm efficiency – which gauges the hourly yield per laborer -, helped at a 1.4% annualized rate last quarter. During the July-September period, profitability declined at an unrevised 0.2% pace. …

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Fed's Rate Cut in 2020 as COVID-19 Spreads globally

Fed’s Rate Cut in 2020 as COVID-19 Spreads globally

Financial experts are attempting to survey whether global, national banks will put forth a joint attempt to rescue the harm in their nations by utilizing their money related approach devices.   On Monday, the People’s Bank of China (PBOC) kicked things off with a $22 billion infusion to support liquidity. The Asian financial exchanges plunged …

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