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WEBINAR – ‘Making Sense of Today’s Economy’ with Michael Blythe, Chief Economist CBA

Monday, 30th March @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Free – $50.00

It is our pleasure to invite you to this complimentary webinar with Michael Blythe, the Commonwealth Bank of Australia’s Chief Economist, as he helps us navigate through these uncertain and unprecedented times.

We are seeing historically low cash rates, declining labour productivity, increasing inflation and negative real wages growth, unaffordable but rising property prices, a biting U.S. China trade war, a government budget surplus ambition…..and that was all before an unprecedented season of natural disasters and the global pandemic that is COVID-19. So how solid was the baseline Australian economy and how should finance executives be thinking about recent developments? 

Michael’s extensive experience as an economist reflects more than thirty years working in economic policy and financial-market-related areas, including 25 years at CBA, 5 years as the Reserve Bank’s Senior Economist and a stint at the International Monetary Fund. Michael and his team have been consistently ranked within the top three for macroeconomic analysis advice in industry polls. FEI is fortunate indeed to have his expertise and insight in one of his final addresses for the CBA.

This is an event that, in the current climate, you can’t afford to miss.

This FEI event is complimentary to all members. A nominal fee will apply for non-members. 

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REGISTRATIONS CLOSE AT 9.00AM ON MONDAY 30 MARCH 2020

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Date:
Monday, 30th March
Time:
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Cost:
Free – $50.00

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