Economists’ briefing: the US economic outlook
Supply shock-driven inflation, geopolitical instability and the prospect of an economic slowdown have darkened the global macroeconomic outlook. Is the Federal Reserve rising to the challenge of inflation? What did we learn at Jackson Hole? How have global events such as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continued to impact markets?
Join Ellie Groves, managing director of OMFIF’s Economic and Monetary Policy Institute, and our roundtable of chief economists to discuss these questions in the latest chief economists’ briefing.
This is the first briefing to take place in person. This meeting is aimed primarily at chief economists from across public and private sector institutions. All participants are encouraged to engage with the discussion.
Mark Burgess, Asia Chairman, OMFIF
Paul Gruenwald, Global Chief Economist, S&P Global Ratings
Ebrahim Rahbari, Global Head of Foreign Exchange Analysis, Citi
Brad Setser, Senior Fellow, International Economics, Council on Foreign Relations
15:45-17:00 (New York)
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