Brown’s route to global renewal – Outlook for emerging market debt
Friday 3 September 2021 – Vol.12 Ed.35.4
Commentary: Statesman’s guide to world’s economic future
By David Marsh in Berlin
China, central banks and climate change are just three of the thorny dilemmas expounded by Gordon Brown in an ambitious new book pleading for governments to ramp up global co-operation. Seven ways to change the world is a prodigiously wide-ranging work. Among much else, he points out that central banks’ massive purchases of government bonds will end up nationalising financial risks and increasing the gap between rich and poor.
Read the full commentary on the website.
Meeting: Global macroeconomic outlook: Emerging market debt and credit asset classes
Thursday 23 September, 09:00-10:15 BST
In partnership with Capital Group, OMFIF is hosting an off-the-record roundtable discussion on how the current global macroeconomic view is impacting investment in emerging market debt and credit asset classes. The discussion will delve into the post-Covid-19 macroeconomic situation, inflation expectations and the pros and cons of a diversified portfolio.
Register to attend here.