New South Wales

Forecasting conference: Outlook for policy, politics and markets - ONLINE ONLY

Date

From: Tuesday February 8, 2022, 7:45 am

To: Tuesday February 8, 2022, 10:00 am

Forecasting conference
Outlook for policy, politics and markets
Tuesday 08 February, 07:45 am to 10:00 am
By webinar


Featuring three keynotes: Adam Boyton, National Skills Commissioner; Bradley Jones, Reserve Bank of Australia; Shane WrightThe Sydney Morning Herald and The Age; and a panel of leading market economists.

Bradley Jones
Shane Wright
Adam Boyton

Members no charge. You must be a currently financial member.

Non-members $25. Renew or join to save.
Educators and students no charge.

Registration is essential. Please register online here.
 
Please note: AFMA accredited individuals can claim up to a maximum of three hours of continuing education based on their attendance at the conference. Exact hours depend upon relevance to each individual’s job role and can be determined by checking with your AFMA accreditation representative.
 
07:45    Welcome and introduction
Mr Stephen Walters, Chair, Australian Business Economists & Chief Economist, New South Wales

07:50    Statement on monetary policy - Observations
Dr Bradley Jones, Head of Economic Analysis, Reserve Bank of Australia 
 
08:20    Labour and skills - Shortages and perspectives
Mr Adam Boyton, National Skills Commissioner

08:50    Political economy: The pandemic, the budget, the election
Mr Shane Wright, Senior Economics Correspondent, The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age

09:20    Outlook for the economy and financial markets - Panel discussion
Moderated by Mr Patrick Commins, National Economics Correspondent, The Australian
Ms Heather Cotching, Chief Economist, Austrade
Mr Gareth Aird, Head of Australian Economic, Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Ms Felicity Emmett, Senior Economist, ANZ
Mr Josh Williamson, Head of Economics Australia and New Zealand, Citi

09:50    Summary
Mr Stephen Walters, Chair, Australian Business Economists

10:00    Close

Australian Business Economists  
email: info@abe.org.au phone: 0419 256 339 
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