US Economic Outlook webinar: It ain’t stagflation, but it sure is M.E.S.S.I.

Topic: The US economy has lost some luster, but demand appears resilient in the face of lingering supply-chain disruptions. With the health situation having improved considerably over the past few weeks, consumer spending is firming and high-frequency data points to an acceleration in employment growth. Still, there is no escaping the fact that limited supply and persistent inflation is weighing on activity. What should we expect from the economy, the Fed and fiscal policy in 2022?

Please note that we will be repeating the same webinar to cater for the difference in time zones between Americas, APAC, and EMEA:

  • Americas – Tuesday 9th November | 11:30 EST
  • APAC – Wednesday 10th November | 10:00 HKT
  • EMEA – Wednesday 10th November | 10:00 GMT

Gregory Daco

Chief US Economist

Gregory Daco

Chief US Economist

Gregory Daco | Chief US Economist

Gregory Daco is Head of US Macroeconomics at Oxford Economics. He is responsible for producing the US economic outlook using Oxford Economics’ proprietary Global Economic Model. Greg tracks and forecasts high-frequency indicators, and oversees the production of thematic research pieces on the US economy, the Federal Reserve, financial markets and fiscal policy. He is also responsible for presenting the global outlook to clients and partners, and liaising with the media.

Kathy Bostjancic

Chief US Financial Economist

Kathy Bostjancic

Chief US Financial Economist

Kathy Bostjancic | Chief US Financial Economist

Kathy Bostjancic is Head of U.S. Macro Investor Services. She is responsible for assessing the impact of macroeconomic forecasts and analyses on the financial markets. She will present the economic outlook and market implications to U.S. asset managers and other clients, and she will be a media spokesperson. Kathy will also lead and collaborate on multiple consulting projects for U.S. clients.

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