Tue Aug 31 BST (about 2 months ago)
In your timezone (EDT): Tue Aug 31 10:00am - Tue Aug 31 11:00am
With loose money supply and low returns in the developed world, emerging markets have become the destination of choice for investors looking for high yields. However, with much uncertainty remaining and inflation well above the Federal Reserve’s target rate, speculation of Fed tapering and market tantrums are gaining momentum. OMFIF is convening a panel to look at capital flows in emerging markets, addressing what happens when the cycle turns, the likelihood of capital flows reverting and asset and currency markets in the developing world.
This virtual discussion is part of the OMFIF Institute for Economic and Monetary Policy, OMFIF’s core stream of activities covering economic and monetary policy and the political economy. OMFIF is an independent think tank for central banking, economic policy and public investment, providing a neutral platform for best practice in worldwide public-private sector exchanges worldwide.
Non-resident senior fellow, Brookings Institute
Director of the Division of International Finance, US Federal Reserve (1987-2020)
Managing director and head of emerging markets economics, Citi
Deputy director, monetary and capital markets department, International Monetary Fund (IMF