Fareed predicts boom after US economy's 'pandemic paralysis' 1

Fareed predicts boom after US economy’s ‘pandemic paralysis’


CNN's Fareed Zakaria gives his take on why he thinks the world will probably bounce back better from the pandemic, despite the havoc Covid-19 is still causing.
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  1. Crisis gives new inventions, and opens our eyes to what needs change and development.

    1. No we learned nothing we let China murder doctors and journalist who were telling us what would happen, disgusting country

    2. @C We as individuals can learn through process of crisis, and current circumstances. Humbled, and changed for the better.

    3. natosha marzucco how do we do that with out accountability. The world isn’t as innocent as you think it’s a cruel place

    4. @C I stay accountable to God and living right pertaining to my conscience. That is how I thrive, and survive.

  2. I hope you are right Mr Zakaria. Here in Canada, we seem to be going backwards. In many provinces, restaurants and other businesses that cater to the public have been forced to close. Again.

    1. @Wayne Burton
      Schitt, we seen the evidence on TV watching suitcases of fake ballots all day long bubba, did you see a a big fluorescent rubber schlong while you were watching Brian Stelter spew fabricated lies?

    2. Of course he’s not right, as if you get to artificially inflate the economy by trillions of dollars through the endless printing of money and then continue on as though it’s business as usual.

  3. 1:28 – Yeah, and then came the Great Depression… ¬_¬

    2:15 – Oh, absolutely, there will be a lot of major, permanent changes after it’s over, some good, some bad. A LOT.

  4. What India could do to find its way through the pandemic is to look to Africa. Those countries have had plenty of experience with pandemics and got way out in front of this one.

  5. Dear Fareed, remembering your Mum and my Mom today. Thank you for the great insights that you bring us all.

  6. If anyone knows Fareed, or works with him, Please, I beg of you, please give that man a long warm hug. It’s the first Mother’s Day. I know how bad the ‘firsts’ are. He moved me to tears, learning about his amazing mother, not so long ago. I hope he doesn’t suffer through this day.

    1. @Caring Sharing I got the vaccine a few days ago. I thought it would make me sick, but it was just like any other flu shot. I’m saying you NEED to, but it’s OK. I’m just not willing gamble the lives of the people around me. I care about the people I don’t know, as we’re all God’s children. If I caught it… I would definitely die, according to my doctor, any way. But it didn’t make ME sick.

  7. the emergence of covid-19 turned 2020 into an unprecedented year, leading to significant changes in the way we live and work. as 2021 gets underway, some of those trends are likely to continue, reshaping everything from the way we do business to the financial landscape.

    1. seeing alot of success stories, he must be honest and trustworthy for people to talk this good about him .

    2. i’m very interested in investing my money but afraid to do it on my own, seeing all this good comments about mr James is giving me so much confidence in reaching out to him and see if he can help me out.

  8. trump of science, good morning Sir it’s always that way problems first then Louis Pasteur and Marie

  9. I’m really sad kids will never get to experience the excitement of an unexpected snow-day off from school, anymore.

  10. Investing in crypto now should be in every wise individuals list, in some months time you’ll be ecstatic with the decision you made today.

  11. That’s like predicting it will get dark when the sun goes down. There is so much pent up demand the politicians just need to open up .

  12. I am sorry to hear about his mother. But I need to say this Fl just found out we have 3k new cases. of C19 so we are not out of the woods just yet.

    1. If there is a boom coming you should be very worried because it’s what will trigger a hyperinflation event.

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