This week, Clay reflects on major points of the recent IIF Annual Membership Meetings.
This week, Clay is joined by IIF President and CEO Tim Adams as they discuss a variety of issues surrounding global policy.
This week, Clay discusses US-China relations and US President Biden s recent call with China s President Xi.
This week, Clay discusses the current crypto winter.
This week, Clay is joined by Sergi Lanau, Deputy Chief Economist at the IIF, to discuss capital flows and growing recession risk fears.
This week, Clay discusses the fall of the yen and gives an overview of Japan s monetary policy.
In this episode of Current Account with Clay Lowery, Clay discusses the 2022 G7 Summit that is taking place in Germany. He gives an overview of anticipated topics for discussion, as well as how G7 leaders are working to address global crises from the war in Ukraine to the pandemic.
This week, Clay discusses the current food crisis and how world leaders are looking at trade negotiations as a possible solution to ease global food insecurity.
This week, Clay discusses US President Biden s recent trip to Asia and the White House s push to foster stronger ties with the region.
This week, Clay interviews Dr. Charles Edel, Australia Chair and a senior adviser at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, about the Australian elections.
This week, Clay is joined by Elina Ribakova, Deputy Chief Economist at the IIF, to discuss Russian sanctions.
This week, Clay gives his insights on key issues in Europe right now: the Russia-Ukraine war, the economic recovery, and the European green agenda.
This week, Clay gives an overview of digital assets, their potential risks and opportunities, and what policymakers are doing in regard to this evolving topic.
This week, Clay interviews Gene Ma, Head of China Research at the IIF, about China s economy and forecasts for China s economic growth.
This week, Clay discusses some major themes we’re expected to see during the Spring IMF/World Bank meetings, which start on April 18, 2022.
This week, Clay interviews Guillaume de Calignon, an economic journalist for Les Echos, about the upcoming French elections.
This week, Clay addresses rising commodity prices in global markets with a focus on rising energy and food costs, how the Russia-Ukraine crisis has impacted these commodity prices, and what this means for individual markets and the global economy at large.
This week, Clay tries to answer some of the key questions that have arisen regarding the financial sanctions that the international community has imposed on Russia for its invasion of Ukraine.
This week, Clay interviews IIF Chief Economist Robin Brooks on his thoughts on this week s Federal Reserve meeting where it is expected that the Fed will tighten monetary policy given the context of rising and more persistent inflation. The big question is whether the Russia/Ukraine situation changes the Fed s trajectory.
This week, Clay discusses what to watch for on the sustainable finance front, and gives a short update on the Russia-Ukraine conflict and its economic implications.