In 2008, a top investment bank the Lehman’s Brothers along with a number of financial managers and institutions collapsed following depreciation in the subprime mortgage market of the United States consequently leading to an international banking crisis. A number of top firms sought bailout to survive this crisis.
While this crisis threatened the world financial system as analysts speculated a consequent collapse, there was still coverage being provided by a number of sectors. The liquidity bubble was mainly a problem of financial service providers.
Contrary to this, the surging Pandemic that is in more than 203 countries worldwide has threatened the existence of even the smallest firms in the world. We should be ready to face the biggest crisis, beating that of the Great Depression of the 1930s and the financial crisis of 2017-2018 and here’s why.
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