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    The Next Recession

    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.

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    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.
    Ryan Sweet, Director, Real Time Economics
    Ryan Sweet leads real-time economics at Moody's Analytics and is a member of the U.S. macroeconomics team. He specializes in the U.S. economy, including monetary policy and forecasting high-frequency economic indicators.

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