Follow the Money Part Two

The Highly Uncertain

This report is of interest to:

  • Leaders in the Built Environment Industry
  • Investors in Private Equity, Securities, and Real Estate
  • U.S. Small Business Owners
  • Developers of All Building Categories
  • Designers, Architects, Engineers, and Planners

Key Terms: RISK, INVESTING, CORONAVIRUS, COVID-19, PANDEMIC RECESSION, FINANCIAL SECURITY, FEDERAL RESERVE, COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE, EQUITIES, MARKET SECTORS, EDUCATION, AVIATION, TRANSPORTATION, INFRASTRUCTURE, HEALTHCARE, RETAIL, HOSPITALITY, MISSION CRITICAL, INDUSTRIAL, LIFE SCIENCES, OFFICE BUILDINGS, CELL TOWERS, DATA CENTERS

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FOLLOW THE MONEY: PART TWO THE HIGHLY UNCERTAIN

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While an ordinary recession, caused by a bubble collapse or liquidity shortage, grants the potential for modeling outcomes based on financial expectations, the present situation has no precedent.

While an ordinary recession, caused by a bubble collapse or liquidity shortage, grants the potential for modeling outcomes based on financial expectations, the present situation has no precedent. Economic forecasts depend on future infection rates — and predictive models for the spread of the virus have been all over the map.134

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