Moody’s Teleconference Series: Global Macro Outlook 2016-17 – Global Growth Faces Rising Risks at Time of Policy Constraint 22 & 23 February 2016

Moody’s Teleconference Series:
Global Macro Outlook 2016-17 – Global Growth Faces Rising Risks at Time of Policy Constraint
22 & 23 February 2016
Downside risks to global growth have increased since our last Global Macro Outlook as a further fall in oil prices and concerns about weaker growth in China and potential further currency weakness have accompanied a rise in risk aversion and tightening of financial market conditions. If prolonged, the higher funding costs and constrained market access for many high-yield corporates could have a larger impact on investment and economic growth than currently incorporated in our forecasts.


The following topics will be discussed:
» What role will policy support play in China’s gradual slowdown?
» What economic outlook for policy-constrained Brazil, Russia and South Africa?
» What are the factors behind a lackluster growth outlook in the US, Europe and Japan?
» What are the main downside risks to the global economy?

EMEA/AMERICAS: 22 February 2016 – 09:00 EST / 14:00 GMT / 15:00 CET
This session, also available via webcast, will be led by:

» Bart Oosterveld, Managing Director, Public Sector Credit Strategy and Standards (moderator)
» Marie Diron, Senior Vice President, Sovereign Risk Group

APAC: 23 February 2016 – 11:00 HKT / 12:00 JST / 14:00 AEDT
This session, also available via webcast, will be led by:

» Michael Taylor, Managing Director, CCO, APAC (moderator)
» Marie Diron, Senior Vice President, Sovereign Risk Group

These calls will each last approximately 45 minutes.

Registration for both calls is required. Please click on your preferred session to receive joining instructions.

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