Predictive Analytics in Focus

Preparing for the new normal

Your resource for timely economic insights, credit trends, and emerging credit risk management techniques, designed to help you address market challenges and enable better faster decisions.

Upcoming Events

04
Jun
In-Person Briefing

Looking to the Economic Long-Run

An in-person conference in Washington DC

The economy has successfully navigated through a period of extraordinarily high inflation and interest rates and avoided recession. Whether this good performance continues longer-run depends on multiple forces, including demographic trends, productivity growth, deglobalization, and the outcome of the elections. And of course the economy can be derailed at any moment by any of a number of potential shocks, ranging from geopolitical flashpoints to careening real estate markets.
 

We're coming to Washington D.C. to discuss all of this. Join Chief Economist, Mark Zandi, and economists from across Moody's Analytics as they provide their insights and answer your questions in-person.

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Moody's

Economic Outlook - Stubborn Inflation, Reluctant Fed

As long as inflation remains above the Fed’s target, and the Fed maintains its higher for longer interest rate policy in response, it is premature to conclude the economy has soft landed. In this webinar we consider what it will take for inflation to abate, the Fed to ease, and the economy to soft land, and what could derail this.

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Middle East and North Africa Outlook: Facing Diverse Challenges

The global commodity shocks of the last few years have affected countries in the region differently. Join our webinar to hear more insights into the opportunities and challenges facing this diverse region.

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DB

Europe's Uncertain Future: Revival or Recession?

Europe’s economy appears to be on the mend. With growth gaining ground and with inflation nearing target across most countries, the European Central Bank and the Bank of England are growing increasingly confident about cutting interest rates in coming months. However, challenges such as a limping German economy, persistent geopolitical risks and upcoming U.K. elections are adding a layer of uncertainty.

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Podcasts

Perspectives on the evolving economic landscape