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Developed Markets Forecast Forum

03 December, 2018
Royal Automobile Club, London
  • Is the Fed’s tightening cycle nearly over?

    Andrew Hunter, our US Economist, discusses the following:

    • How long can recent rapid growth be sustained?
    • Does inflation have further to rise?
    • What would cause the Fed to change course?

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  • Is it time to start worrying about Europe again?

    Jennifer McKeown, our Chief Europe Economist, discusses the following:

    • Is the recent slowdown set to last?
    • Will Italy trigger another euro-zone crisis?
    • How will Brexit affect the UK and the remaining EU?

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  • What are the other threats to the world economy?

    Andrew Kenningham, our Chief Global Economist, discusses the following:

    • Is debt still the main worry?
    • How much damage will the trade war do?
    • How will China’s slowdown affect the world economy?

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  • What does it all mean for the markets?

    John Higgins, our Chief Markets Economist, discusses the following:

    • Are US Treasury yields close to peaking?
    • What would a faltering US economy mean for equities?
    • Will 2019 be a tougher year for the dollar?

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