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Webcasts | Delta Economics bi-weekly view on world trade

Delta Economics’ bi-weekly Webcasts provide you with comprehensive trade and trade finance analysis. Rebecca Harding, CEO, discusses the most topical economic and geopolitical issues and offers Delta Economics’ unique insights into how we expect markets to behave.

Each month Delta Economics invites a prominent guest from the economic and financial services to give their perspective on current events. Recent guests have included David Marsh (Managing Director at OMFIF), Andrew Sentance (Senior Economic Advisor at PWC), Mark Gregory (Chief Economist at EY) and Alasdair Steele (Partner at Nabarro and Head of the India Group).

Webcast 031 | QE, Central Banks and Europe’s Future | 11th March 2015

As the ECB’s Quantitative Easing programme gets underway in an attempt to reflate the eurozone, questions remain over how effective it will be. Rebecca Harding and Shaun Richards discuss.

 

Webcast 031 Author  |  Rebecca Harding  |  CEO

Webcast 030 | Lessons from QE in four charts | 2nd March 2015

March 2015 marks the start of Quantitative Easing (QE) in Europe. Given broader uncertainty around the effectiveness of QE, what lessons can the ECB learn from QE in the US, Japan, and the UK?

 

 

Webcast 030 Author  |  Rebecca Harding  |  CEO

Webcast 029 | Europe at a Crossroads | 16th February 2015

Delta Economics CEO, Dr Rebecca Harding and the Associate Editor of Pieria Frances Coppola, discuss the effect that Quantitative Easing may have on the European economy and some of its likely consequences for businesses. They also analyse issues surrounding Greek debt and weaknesses in the Russian economy.

 

 

Webcast 029 Author  |  Rebecca Harding  |  CEO

Webcast 028 | Back to reality | 2nd February 2015

Why Dollar-Euro parity is possible  |  January was a turbulent month in markets and politics. There was really only one story in town: European quantitative easing and the Greek election. What does this mean for trade and markets?

 

 

Webcast 028 Author  |  Rebecca Harding  |  CEO

Webcast 027 | German and British Trade | 23rd January 2015

Germany and the UK are close trade partners. Trade between the two countries was worth €117bn in 2014. Automotives and pharmaceuticals dominate trade. This webcast shows how trade between the two countries will grow over the next five years offering opportunities to business in both countries.

The German British Forum Conference 2015  |  28th January 2015  |  11:45am
Manchester United Football Club, Old Trafford, Manchester
Germany and Britain’s Family Values: how SMEs and mid-sized companies can grow and internationalise.
REGISTER INTEREST

Rebecca Harding  |  CEO  |  Speaker
Opportunities and Risks for SMEs and medium-sized businesses

 

Webcast 027 Author  |  Rebecca Harding  |  CEO

Webcast 026 | Trade and economic outlook 2015: the Delta Economics view | 5th January 2015

Delta Economics CEO Rebecca Harding examines some of the main trade trends and challenges expected in 2015. Looking at issues such as disinflation that continue through from 2014, this Webcast discusses how much trade may grow this year and looks at some of the key countries and sectors that will be driving trade. The impact of continuing instability from geo-political tensions in the Ukraine and Russia as well as Syria and Iraq is also outlined with a view to understanding their likely impact on the global trade environment.

 

 

Webcast 026 Author  |  Rebecca Harding  |  CEO