Global Executive Forum - Outlook for the US Economy with Dan North
*** PROGRAM IS 60 MINUTES --- WE HAVE ADDED TIME TO WEBEX FOR Q&A ***
Please join the World Trade Center Kentucky and Euler Hermes for the next Global Executive Forum, The Outlook for the U.S. Economy. Dan North, Chief Economist for Euler Hermes North America, returns to the Trade Center for another sellout event. Dan North has been with Euler Hermes North America since 1996, using macroeconomic and quantitative analyses to help manage Euler's risk portfolio of more than $150 billion in annual U.S. trade transactions.
As governments shut down businesses and consumers to contain COVID, the effects on the economy were not simply unprecedented, they were something we have never seen before. Countless records of economic data were smashed not by a few percentage points, but by thousands of percentage points. The damage to the labor market in particular has been of critical importance. While government responses to tide over employees and consumers have helped, a sharp rebound in the demand for labor looks tenuous, and it may be years before the economy returns to any semblance of full employment. And if COVID makes a return, the greatest risk to the economy would be a repeat of governments? non-targeted efforts to contain it.
To gain an understanding of current US economic conditions
To comprehend the obstacles to a full recovery in the labor market
To understand where the biggest risks to an economic recovery lie
View Dan?s bio here. To learn more about Euler Hermes click here.
About the Global Executive Forum:
Exclusively for top level executives, this four-part thought leadership series will provide insights from some of the most prominent decision makers that shape and influence our changing global economy. This event will provide you access to peers from across the region. Learn from CEO's that are the brightest and the best in global trade. This program promises to increase your International IQ and provide you with a whole new level of trade knowledge and industry connectivity