WorldConfirmed: 141,323,906Active: 18,251,630Recovered: 120,048,214Death: 3,024,062
USAConfirmed: 32,372,119Active: 6,886,031Recovered: 24,905,332Death: 580,756
IndiaConfirmed: 14,788,109Active: 1,801,298Recovered: 12,809,643Death: 177,168
BrazilConfirmed: 13,900,134Active: 1,183,384Recovered: 12,344,861Death: 371,889
RussiaConfirmed: 4,693,469Active: 268,887Recovered: 4,319,389Death: 105,193
UKConfirmed: 4,385,938Active: 112,868Recovered: 4,145,810Death: 127,260
TurkeyConfirmed: 4,212,645Active: 533,303Recovered: 3,643,734Death: 35,608
ItalyConfirmed: 3,857,443Active: 505,308Recovered: 3,235,459Death: 116,676
GermanyConfirmed: 3,137,907Active: 292,281Recovered: 2,765,100Death: 80,526
PakistanConfirmed: 756,285Active: 80,559Recovered: 659,483Death: 16,243
ChinaConfirmed: 90,499Active: 314Recovered: 85,549Death: 4,636
London, 24/2: Bank of England officials put a full stop to the suggestions that the economy is about to suffer from higher inflation anytime soon as it struggles with the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.
Answering questions from lawmakers on Wednesday, policy makers said data monitored by the central bank don’t show evidence of inflation overshooting its 2% target.
A surge in household savings under lockdown has fueled speculation of a rapid increase in consumer demand as the government starts to unwind virus restrictions next month.
“I don’t see any evidence across the piece that inflation expectations have moved to levels that would worry us in terms of the inflation target,” Deputy Governor Ben Broadbent said.