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Covid-19 and economy

TermDefinition
outbreak a time when something unpleasant for example a disease suddenly begins
restriction an official limit on something
demand amount of product or service that people want
unemployment a situation in which some people do not have work
pandemic a disease that affects people across the whole world
stock market a place where companies sell and buy shares
turn red to fall below its starting value (about stock markets)
profit money earned in business
GDP the total value of goods and services produced by a country in a year
recession the period of decline in economic activities
recovery the period of improvement of economy after problems
supplier a company or person that provides things people need
bubble a (short) period of a very successful economic performance often followed by failure
decline the process of becoming less in amount, strength or importance
liquid that can be quickly sold or converted into cash
assets property that a company owns
bear market a time when price of shares is falling and a lot of people are selling them
supply amount of things available for use
damage loss and harm
goods things for sale
Created by: caddyny