The study aims to highlight the role of the financial crisis due to the
Coronavirus pandemic on public sectors in countries, especially the
financial sector, financial markets, oil markets, as well as the transport
sector and the economy in general, and the study problem focused on a
major question that includes: Does the current global financial crisis
due to the Coronavirus pandemic have an impact on sectors the public?
As the study assumed that there is an impact of the current financial
crisis on all public sectors, and the study’s options are the most
prominent sectors affected by the crisis of the Coronavirus pandemic
and relied on the real data of the sectors issued by international reports
according to each sector or market. To a set of conclusions, the most
important of which are:
1- The Corona crisis caused the spread of corporate losses, the
widening of job losses, systemic financial tensions, and a decline in
global financial and economic growth rates.
2- If the pandemic continues into the second half of 2020, financial
conditions are expected to worsen and collapses in global supply
chains are expected to rise, and global GDP is expected to decrease
by an additional 3% in 2020. The study also suggested that policy
makers and their makers should take appropriate measures to
confront ” The Coronavirus pandemic “by setting public monetary
and financial policies and supporting the financial sector policy such
as liquidity facilities and credit guarantees and expanding the scope
of unemployment insurance to curb the continuation of its large
effects due to the lack of investments and job losses in this