Last year, integrated expansion across emerging and developed markets combined with low inflation and beneficial monetary policies to fuel the continuation of one of the longest economic recovery periods on American record. As the quantitative easing experiment winds down, what is in store for global economies? Considering the biggest threats to sustained economic expansion, what does the market want to see from central banks? On which geo-political situations are business leaders focusing the most attention? And how do recent global trade agreements impact investment strategies?
Senior Fellow, Milken Institute; President, Sri-Kumar Global Strategies, Inc.
Co-CEO, Investcorp Bank
Chief Investment Officer, Fixed Income, TCW
Global Investment Strategist, Principal Global Investors
Chief Economist and Head of Global Macroeconomic Research, PGIM Fixed Income
Head of Macroeconomic and Geopolitical Research, Barings