Coronavirus – Estimated Effective Reproduction Number in the U.S.

Coronavirus – Estimated Effective Reproduction Number in the U.S. The estimated effective reproductive number (Rt) at 1.10 suggests that the growth in the number of COVID-19 cases is accelerating in the United States. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Coronavirus vs. Spanish Flu

Coronavirus vs. Spanish Flu The Spanish flu hit the world in three waves. Is a second or a third wave of the coronavirus pandemic likely? Image: BCA Research

Coronavirus Hit to the Level of U.S. Real GDP

Coronavirus Hit to the Level of U.S. Real GDP Goldman Sachs now forecasts U.S. GDP growth of -4.2% in 2020 and +5.8% in 2021 (baseline scenario). Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Coronavirus – Early Openers and Virus Incidence

Coronavirus – Early Openers and Virus Incidence On the positive side, the first countries that eased lockdown measures have not seen higher virus incidence. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Bankruptcies and Coronavirus Crisis

Bankruptcies and Coronavirus Crisis Filings for U.S. bankruptcies and Google searches for “Bankruptcy” are up. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Daily Coronavirus Infection Rate Post-Lockdown

Daily Coronavirus Infection Rate Post-Lockdown On the positive side, this chart shows a decrease in COVID-19 infection rates after countries eased national lockdowns. Image: J.P. Morgan

Daily New Cases of Coronavirus: Euro-Area and UK

Daily New Cases of Coronavirus: Euro-Area and UK Daily new COVID-19 case increases have significantly slowed down. Lockdowns are gradually lifted across Europe and activity is increasing. Image: Morgan Stanley Research