US macro, industries, and regions webinar: Recovery poised to heat up as temperatures rise
A vaccine- and stimulus-fueled economic boom is under way. Spring and summer reopenings will spark the strongest economic performance in nearly 40 years and lift inflation trends higher; the Fed’s patience will be tested. Join us as we explore how the US reopening will play out at the macro, industry, and regional levels in 2021.
Please note that we will be holding one webinar each for Americas, APAC and EMEA friendly timezones:
- Americas – Wednesday 28th April | 11:00 EDT
- APAC – Thursday 29th April | 10:00 HKT
- EMEA – Thursday 29th April | 10:00 BST
Oren Klachkin | Lead Economist
Oren covers sub-national US economic developments, provides analysis of high-frequency economic indicators and coordinates views across the US macro, industry and cities & regions teams. Prior to re-joining Oxford Economics in 2019, he worked as a Global Economist at Citi, an Economist at IHS Global Insight where he covered the MENA economies and as a Research Associate at ConvergEx Group where he analyzed developments in capital markets.
Lydia Boussour | Senior Economist
Lydia joined Oxford Economics in 2018. She primarily covers US economic and monetary policy developments and provides analysis of high-frequency economic indicators. Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Lydia spent five years at Evercore ISI as a US economist, providing clients with timely analysis on the US economy. She also worked at Société Générale in London and New York as a research associate on the global economics team.
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