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Bloomberg Presents:  Strengths & Weaknesses of the US Economy

Bloomberg Presents: Strengths & Weaknesses of the US Economy

Date:
Wednesday, July 25, 2018
Time:
9:00am - 10:00am
Location:
Reading Room (HCHB Room 1894)

Description:

Join Bloomberg’s Chief US Economist, Carl Riccadonna, for a discussion on the US Economy. Our speaker will discuss:

 

- What do "trade wars" mean for the US Economy?

- This cycle has a long way to run... The US may be past the 9 year mark, but the economy is still displaying "mid-cycle" characteristics.

- Is there a "productivity mystery" in the current cycle, or does an upturn loom in the not-too-distant future?

- Given the flatness of the Phillips Curve, the US is far away from an inflation overshoot. Should the Fed remain on a gradual path?

Carl Riccadonna is the Chief U.S. economist at Bloomberg LP, where he analyzes macroeconomic developments in order to better understand the implications for the broader economy and monetary policy. As head of the team of US economists, Mr. Riccadonna contributes in-depth analysis of macroeconomic data and trends for the Bloomberg Professional service, the world's most trusted source for real-time and historical financial data, news, research and analytics.

Visiting the Library for the first time?

 

The Commerce Research Library is located in the northwest corner of the building on the first floor, directly below the gym. It has two entrances. The entrance to the Reading Room (room 1894) can be accessed via the 8th corridor elevator at the north end of the building. The entrance to the Business Library (room 1984) can be accessed from the 6th corridor elevator.

 

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