The last two years have been like no other for the global economy. With a forced global shutdown followed by unprecedented fiscal stimulus, it's no surprise that volatility has been the name of the game since the outbreak of COVID-19.

But just as we say goodbye to one crisis, another has reared its head in the form of Russian aggression in Ukraine.

Last year, we were on a royal road to recovery, with global trade hitting a record high of $28.5 trillion for the year, according to UNCTAD.

But will these gains turn out to be short-lived, as the global economy swaps one crisis for another?

Joining TFG's Deepesh Patel to discuss commodities, inflation, and supply chain resilience is John Miller, chief economic analyst at Trade Data Monitor (TDM).


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