In the media | 31 Aug 2021

Bloomberg TV: ‘Bloomberg Surveillance Simulcast’ Show August 2021

Gregory Daco, Chief US Economist at Oxford Economics joins Bloomberg’s Tom Keene, Lisa Abramowicz and Taylor Riggs, CFA on Bloomberg Surveillance Simulcast. 

Gregory discusses how the Delta wave will weigh in on consumer optimism and economic activity, but examines how it won’t throw the economy into reverse. Solid household fundamentals and steady job growth should remain supportive of this growth. 

Gregory Daco’s interview begins at 28:00. Watch and listen to the full interview below:

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