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QA with Matthew Luzzetti

July 11, 2022
In a new ‘Q&A with’ Matthew Luzzetti, Chief US Economist shares his insights on whether the US Economy is already in a recession, and if it isn’t when one is expected and how the Fed is likely to respond to the conflicting signals from inflation and growth. [more]

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June 20, 2022
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With a tumultuous first half of 2022 almost over, we are making a contrarian call for the second half. Specifically, we believe that although M&A will slow compared with last year, it will be more resilient than the drop so far in 2022 would suggest. To support this, we have identified several post-covid themes that are motivating corporates and private capital to make acquisitions. [more]
May 27, 2022
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In a new ‘Q&A with’ Mark Wall, Chief Economist Europe, shares his views on an immediate threat of contraction in Europe, how soon ECB will hike rates and how far ECB rates will rise. [more]
May 23, 2022
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In a new ‘Q&A with’ Yi Xiong, Chief Economist, Asia reviews China’s recent economic performance and shares his insights on what policy makers need to do to stabilize the economy. [more]
May 11, 2022
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Peter Hooper, Global Head of Economic Research, and Matthew Luzzetti, Chief US Economist, discuss how the US economy is the furthest away from the Fed’s targets in forty years. This gap, captured by persistently elevated inflation and a historically tight labour market, is likely to necessitate a more aggressive response from the Fed that ultimately leads to a recession by the end of next year. [more]
May 11, 2022
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Peter Hooper, Global Head of Economic Research, and Matthew Luzzetti, Chief US Economist, discuss how the US economy is the furthest away from the Fed’s targets in forty years. This gap, captured by persistently elevated inflation and a historically tight labour market, is likely to necessitate a more aggressive response from the Fed that ultimately leads to a recession by the end of next year. [more]
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