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Second wave unlikely to derail the recovery

Following a huge drop in Q2, GDP is set to rebound sharply this quarter. The second virus wave already shows signs of slowing again and we think it merely brought the recovery in domestic demand to a brief standstill rather than resulting in a renewed downturn. Meanwhile, the risks to our forecasts for exports are tilted to the upside.

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