Dominique Dwor-Frecaut is a Senior Macro Strategist for Macro Hive based in Los Angeles. She has been producing alpha-generating trade ideas in FX and rates in EM and G10 at established and startup macro hedge funds in the US since 2011, including at Bridgewater. She has also produced in-depth analysis of central banks policies and procedures drawing on her experience at the New York Fed, the IMF and the World Bank as well as on the buy- and sell-side. Before moving to the US, she covered Asian and global EMs at Barclays capital, ABN AMRO and RBS from Singapore. She holds a PhD in economics from the London School of Economics. In this podcast we discuss:
How the Fed is setting policy based on the latest inflation print
Why the Fed has lost its bearings in its inflation strategy
Why a terminal Fed Funds Rate around 8% is likely
Why the University of Michigan consumer confidence survey tells us more about inflation than growth
Why the Fed could struggle to slow the economy
What investors should look out for
Why higher demand for consumer durables could be the new normal
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