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Please find attached the January issue of our monthly Economic Risks. Below is a top-level summary: A rampaging virus and lockdowns extend secondary dips Immunisation programmes take time to reach critical mass Bankruptcies, joblessness, poverty, and inequality escalate Inflation falls further and remains uncomfortably low Unconventional macro policy support is further extended Real activity takes many years to approach prior trend [pdf-embedder url="https://speevr.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Economic-Risks-Llewellyn-Consulting-January-2021.pdf" title="Economic
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