Recession risks are uncomfortably high and rising, as President Trump continues to pursue his trade war with China.
This webinar will consider the leading indicators of recession, the potential timing of the downturn, its severity and length.
Mark Zandi, Managing Director, Chief Economist
Mark Zandi is Chief Economist of Moody’s Analytics, where he directs the economic research and forecasting team.
Steve Cochrane, Senior Director, Chief APAC Economist
Steven G. Cochrane, PhD, is Chief APAC Economist with Moody’s Analytics. He leads the Asia economic analysis and forecasting activities of the Moody’s Analytics research team, as well as the continual expansion of the company’s international, national and subnational forecast models.
Katrina Ell, Assistant Director,
Sydney-based economist responsible for research and analysis of economies throughout the Asia-Pacific region, as well as management of the Asia-Pacific edition of Economy.com..
In this webinar, we will assess the three new economic scenarios provided by the Fed.
The default research analysts at Moody's Investors Service have lowered their baseline estimates for the U.S. high-yield default rate.
The U.S. is now in high-season politically.
In terms of US$-denominated supply, corporate bond issuance attained record highs for the month of August.
We’re coming up on six months since COVID-19 turned the world upside down. We are adjusting; however, few things feel normal.
On August 27, the Federal Open Market Committee updated its long-term goals and monetary policy strategy.
In this webinar, we will identify the areas of the country that are best- and worst-positioned in the coming months and years; discuss various themes, trends, and risks that inform our outlook for different regions; and explore what the data are telling us about what is happening in real time.
The issuance of US$-denominated high-yield bonds has already set a record-high for the month of August.
The market value of U.S. common stock now approaches its February 19, 2020 zenith amid the sense that the U.S. is learning to better cope with its COVID-19 handicap.
As repeated many times by Fed Chairman Jerome Powell, COVID-19 is now the driving force behind U.S. business activity.