March 16, 2020 /10:12 AM / By The Market Ear /
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of Americans will contract the virus (150m people) as it's very communicable.
This is on a par with the common cold (Rhinovirus) of which there are about 200
strains and which the majority of Americans will get 2-4 per year.
of Germany will contract it (58M people). This is the next most relevant
industrial economy to be effected.
is expected over the next eight weeks, declining thereafter.
virus appears to be concentrated in a band between 30-50 degrees north
latitude, meaning that like the common cold and flu, it prefers cold weather.
The coming summer in the northern hemisphere should help. This is to say that
the virus is likely seasonal.
those impacted 80% will be early-stage, 15% mid-stage and 5% critical-stage.
Early-stage symptoms are like the common cold and mid-stage symptoms are like
the flu; these are stay at home for two weeks and rest. 5% will be critical and
highly weighted towards the elderly.
rate on average of up to 2%, heavily weight towards the elderly and
immunocompromised; meaning up to 3m people (150m*.02). In the US about 3m/yr
die mostly due to old age and disease, those two being highly correlated (as a
percent very few from accidents). There will be significant overlap, so this
does not mean 3m new deaths from the virus, it means elderly people dying
sooner due to respiratory issues. This may however stress the healthcare system.
GDP growth rate will be the lowest in 30 years at around 2%.
500 will see a negative growth rate of -15% to -20% for 2020 overall.
will be economic damage from the virus itself, but the real damage is driven
mostly by market psychology. Viruses have been with us forever. Stock markets
should fully recover in the 2nd half of the year.
is NO systemic risk. No one is even talking about that. Governments are
intervening in the markets to stabilize them, and the private banking sector is
very well capitalized. It feels more like 9/11 than it does like 2008.
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