Denmark: severe crisis, strong recovery?
The crisis is deep and a lot can go wrong, but a strong recovery afterwards looks like the most likely outcome
Sweden: bridging troubled waters
Credit efforts aim to preserve businesses in the crisis, while deflation risk has come back
Norway: sharp downturn, autumn recovery
Norway is hit both by the corona crisis and the oil price drop, but supported by fiscal and monetary easing
Finland: hard times do not last forever
The economy was already slowing before the coronavirus hit, and 2020 will be hard, but next year should be better.
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