If the global economy reached the point of maximum compression in April, what comes next?
The global economy likely passed the point of maximum compression in April. Carl Weinberg and Rubeela Farooqi discuss prospects for recovery from the coronavirus-induced depression.
Join us Thursday an hour of economic theory, factual evidence and experience-based assessment of how this crisis might evolve.
In the new year, the headwinds to global economic growth—trade uncertainties, rising inventories, stopped out monetary policy—are set to become even more daunting.
Carl Weinberg will break down what financial market participants need to now about BTU, BEU and PBS — Brexit transition uncertainty, Brexit election uncertainty and post-Brexit stagflation.
Join Carl Weinberg and Jim O’Sullivan for an assessment of the U.S. and global economies as 2019 comes to a close.
Is the Fed being prescient or panicky? Join us for a webinar with Jim O’Sullivan on June 26.
The momentum of most advanced economies slowed in 2018, and that trajectory seems to be extending into early 2019. Join Carl Weinberg and Jim O’Sullivan for an assessment of the outlook.
Join Carl Weinberg for a discussion of the causes of the current global economic slowdown, the prospects for recovery and the implications for financial markets.
Carl Weinberg and Jim O’Sullivan evaluate the darkening outlook for the global economy in 2019.
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