The Covid-19 pandemic and the accompanying sanitary measures have shaken our daily lives and the way we do business in an unprecedented way.
Expanding business abroad is a source of growth, but it also entails risks for SMEs. It is also complex to monitor the successive impacts of exchange rates on the company’s anticipated performance.
The past two decades have taken place against a backdrop of low and stable inflation in many developed markets as opposed to the periods of high inflation of the 1970s and 1980s.
With the second wave of COVID-19 raging, confinement measures resuming and uncertainty around the global economic recovery.
Without any vaccines or drugs against COVID-19, any rebound in economic activity could suddenly stop in its tracks once again.