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The Capital Economics Annual Conference – Hong Kong

27 February, 2017
JW Marriott Hotel

Stumbling or soaring? The outlook for global growth

The programme of this conference will be as follows:

08.30 Coffee & registration.

08.55 Introduction.
Jonathan Loynes, Chief Economist

09.00 Global growth in the age of Trump.
Jonathan Loynes, Chief Economist

09.15 Has the Bank of Japan finished easing?
Marcel Thieliant, Senior Japan Economist

09.30 Are markets right to have dialed back China fears?
Julian Evans-Pritchard, China Economist

09.45 Is India poised for a resurgence?
Shilan Shah, India Economist

10.00 Is the “Golden Age” already over for emerging economies?
Mark Williams, Chief Asia Economist

10.15 The implications for global financial markets
Jonathan Loynes, Chief Economist

10.25 Questions & discussion.
Chaired by Jonathan Loynes.

10.45 Coffee & Close.

Note : Titles of talks may be subject to change

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