There is no denying that the coronavirus outweighs anything else in 2020. The impact of the economy will be affected by our overall ability to control and shrink the infections, versus them growing. While some nations have made decent headway the last several months in lowing cases and infection rates, the newer strain that emerged in the UK, B117, could potentially cause these countries to backslide. John Mauldin delves into the economic outlook for 2021 and how factors such as herd immunity, new virus strains, and vaccines impact the worldwide financial outcome.
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