Webinar After the Flood: Currency Markets 2020-21

Date: December 12, 2019
Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

  

After the Flood: Currency Markets 2020-21

December 12th. 11am PT / 2pm ET

Register HERE.

The world is unexpectedly awash in cash. Over the course of a year when money was widely expected to flow out of the financial markets, the opposite has occurred – emerging market savings have continued to pour in, central banks have re-launched crisis-era stimulus programs, volatility expectations have fallen, and conditions have eased globally.

This continues a decades-long trend in which the volume of financial assets has grown far more quickly than the real economy, raising asset prices, putting pressure on yields, and shifting the flow of capital across borders.

In this 45-minute webinar, Don and Karl will explore how this “money tsunami” is impacting the global economy, how it’s generating strange weather in the currency markets - and how conditions could change in the years ahead.

Karl Schamotta
Karl Schamotta
Chief Market Strategist
Cambridge Global Payments

Karl leads Cambridge’s currency research group, focused on analyzing shifts in the world economy and creating strategies that help businesses harness market volatility. He has built risk management and trading programmes for hundreds of major corporations, and has extensive experience in managing exposures across major, minor and exotic currencies. Karl is a regular contributor to a number of international finance publications, and is often quoted by the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Reuters, CNN and CNBC.

Don Curren
Don Curren
Content Editor and Strategist
Cambridge Global Payments

Don specializes in developing, writing and editing content at Cambridge Global Payments across multiple platforms, including social media and our blog. He has reported on Canada’s financial markets and economy for the Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones and Reuters. Don also has extensive experience in corporate communications in both the public and private sectors.

 

 

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