Investment professionals have warned that the latest stimulus package delivered by Chancellor Rishi Sunak in order to limit economic impacts of the coronavirus “just isn’t enough” to “fill in the production chasm that is coming our way” over the coming months, and that extreme fiscal spending will only be “storing up problems further down the line”.
Some commentators are even calling for helicopter money, in a bid to "directly stimulate consumer demand". This comes following Chancellor Sunak's announcement at 5pm yesterday (17 March 2020) that...
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