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. No Recession, No Fed Cuts in 2024

    Dominique Dwor-Frecaut

    Summary Recession fears and hopes for deep Federal Funds Rate (FFR) cuts have been rekindled by the recent increase in unemployment. This increase is close to the threshold that has historically signaled a recession. This time around, the threshold could be providing a false positive signal due to: Data issues. A likely increase in the […]

  2. No Sign of October Air Pocket

    Dominique Dwor-Frecaut

    Summary In late September, I was concerned that the US economy could be about to hit an air pocket. In reality, there were limited headwinds to the US economy in October as a government shutdown did not happen, tax payments increased only moderately, and student debt service resumed but likely with limited compliance. High frequency […]

  3. FOMC Review: Powell Leaves Door Open to More Hikes

    Dominique Dwor-Frecaut

    Summary As I expected, the Federal Reserve (Fed) stayed on hold and Chair Jerome Powell’s forward guidance followed the blueprint of his latest speech. Tighter financial conditions could impact future rates decisions provided the tightening was lasting and higher bond yields reflected an increase in the term premium rather than in expectations of future rate […]

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