Even as financial markets have recovered in the early part of the year, growth fears have resurfaced. Will more accommodative central bank policy as well as Chinese stimulus help stabilize growth? Or, will lingering uncertainty around Brexit, a worse-than-expected trade deal or a deceleration in corporate earnings weigh on global growth and the markets?
Please join Chief Investment Officer, Leo Grohowski, to discuss these topics and more on our quarterly investment webinar. Leo will be joined by a panel of investment experts including Chief Economist, Shamik Dhar, who will share his perspective on the global economy.
Chief Investment Officer
Director of Fixed Income Investments
Chief Market Strategist
Director of Investment Strategy
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Replay available through June 8, 2019
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