[Podcast] The Macrocast: September 2021
[Episode 6] This episode focuses on the outlook for the remainder of 2021, particularly regarding how the spread of the Delta variant has affected our forecasts, how we see inflation progressing, and what that means for monetary policy.
About Oxford Economics Macrocast: Hosted by Julia Faurschou, each month we’ll discuss some of the key themes driving the macroeconomic agenda. Featuring interviews with top Oxford Economists, we’ll dig into our research pipeline to tell you what’s on our minds and what we’ll be writing about in the coming weeks. By tuning in each month, listeners will get an early picture of what to watch out for and the thinking behind our research.
This Podcast is available to listen to on-demand until the 7th October 2021.
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