Fireside Chats - US Recession Risks

Our US economist and desk strategist share their thoughts on how risks around a recession in the US will impact markets

  • What are the odds of a recession this year in the US and what does that mean for inflation?
  • How will policy makers react and will the upcoming midterm factor in decision making?
  • What impact will this have on markets?

In this episode of our Fireside Chats series we’ll be talking with Rob Dent from the US Economics team and Charlie McElligott from the desk strategy team on their views around US recession risks, policy reactions, and the impact on markets.

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    Robert Dent

    Robert Dent

    Senior US Economist

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