Since the start of the year, COVID-19 has changed the world in many unexpected ways. Investment markets have experienced ongoing volatility and even the most stable economies have been shaken. But what does it all mean? AMP Chief Economist Shane Oliver explores some of the most frequently asked questions and provides his forecast for recovery in this recorded webinar.
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