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What are the growth & inflation risks caused by the Ukraine crisis – and could the ECB get it wrong?
In the latest episode of the Weekly Watch, Global Head of Desk Strategy John Briggs speaks with Giovanni Zanni, Chief Euro Area Economist, about the risks to growth and inflation caused by the crisis in Ukraine and discuss how markets should digest the latest European Central Bank meeting.
In Ukraine, what are the paths forward for the country, Russia, and the West?
In the latest episode of the Weekly Watch, Global Head of Desk Strategy John Briggs speaks with Scott Livingstone, International Advisor at NatWest Group, about the geopolitical implications of the invasion of Ukraine and potential paths forward for the country, Russia, and the West.
How will the Ukraine crisis impact FX markets and asset classes?
In the latest episode of the Weekly Watch, Co-Head of G10 FX Strategy for the US, Brian Daingerfield, and Head of Emerging Markets Strategy, Alvaro Vivanco, take a closer look at how the crisis currently unfolding in Ukraine could affect markets in the coming weeks.
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