Shock to Russian GDP will be akin to 1998 crisis By Reuters


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© Reuters. A general view of the Moscow International Business Center, also known as “Moskva-City”, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, in Moscow, Russia May 14, 2020. REUTERS / Maxim Shemetov

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LONDON (Reuters) – JPMorgan (NYSE 🙂 said on Thursday it expected Russia’s economy to contract 35% in the second quarter and 7% in 2022 with the economy suffering an economic output decline comparable to the 1998 crisis.

“A peak-to trough decline in Russian GDP is now expected at around 12%, comparable to 1998 (~ 10%) and 2008 (~ 11%) crises and COVID-19 shock (~ 9%)”, Anatoliy Shal at JPMorgan said in a note to clients.

JPMorgan expected exports to decline around 13% this year, domestic demand about 10% and imports by around 30%.

“What is clear though, is that Russia’s growing economic and political isolation will lead to lower growth in the long-run,” Shal added.

“We expect Russia’s growth at around zero next year (vs. -1.0% previously) and a trend growth of around 1% in the long-run.”

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