Meet Dominique Dwor-Frecaut

Dominique Dwor-Frecaut

Dominique Dwor-Frecaut is a senior macro strategist at Macro Hive, specializing in US economics and monetary policy. She completed her Master’s and Ph.D. in Economics from the London School of Economics, and her first major position in finance was as an economist at the IMF. 

After that, Dominique continued to rack up experience, first as a-Singapore-based EM strategist, then  as Portfolio Strategist at Bridgewater Associates followed by a stint as Head of Research at a NYC-based startup macro hedge fund. 

Dominique’s expertise lies in macroeconomics and monetary policy, and she has a strong record of producing alpha-generating insights and successful calls in FX and rates. As someone who revels in ‘challenging the consensus,’ she is responsible for generating research that has practical implications for Macro Hive’s portfolio.

Before joining Macro Hive in November 2019, Dominique was a Senior Associate at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and then a Senior Macro Strategist at a LA-based macro hedge fund.

Dominique’s expertise is regularly called upon by numerous financial organizations, including Bloomberg and Real Vision

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  1. Is Immigration Adding to Inflationary Pressures?

    Dominique Dwor-Frecaut

    Summary Numbers of undocumented, largely low skilled immigrants have surged since 2021. This has supported both aggregate supply through higher labour supply, and aggregate demand through higher consumption. While unusually low wage growth has accompanied the immigration surge, this has not prevented a stabilization of services inflation, possibly due to business pricing power and migrant […]

  2. FOMC Review: Fed Still Hopes for Supply Side Gains

    Dominique Dwor-Frecaut

    Summary The Fed signaled less confidence on disinflation but did not change its policy outlook. The Fed still believes there may be further supply side gains to come and will not necessarily attempt to cap strong growth. The central bank is likely to react more slowly to positive or negative inflation changes than to broad-based, […]

  3. Key Events: Could the BoE Add Dot Plots?

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    Skip to: US, Europe, Rest of G10, EM US Summary March CPI and PPI are likely to be consistent with a June cut. Fed speakers will give their take on yet another bumper NFP. Market Implications I still expect the Fed to start cutting in June. Fed This week Chair Powell stated that ‘the recent […]

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