Boris Glass

Boris Glass

Senior Economist S&P Global Ratings

Boris Glass is a director and senior economist in S&P Global’s Economics & Research Group. He runs the coordination of the group’s quarterly forecast exercise, and heads up the macroeconomic modelling efforts, in particular scenario analysis. He is also a contributor to in-depth research, both within the economic team and across practices. Previously, Glass was an economist with Oxford Economics, an economic consultancy, where he worked on a variety of macroeconomic consultancy projects, including for the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa. Additionally, he was forecasting, and publishing about, a number of European economies. In earlier stages of his career, he was a researcher at the Institute for Monetary and Financial Stability in Frankfurt, Germany, and at the London Business School. Glass holds an MSc double-degree in Economics from Humboldt-University Berlin, and ENSAE, Paris.
 
S&P Global Ratings is the world’s leading provider of credit ratings, which are essential to driving growth, providing transparency and helping educate market participants so they can make decisions with confidence. Analysts, managers and economists assess the factors and trends that affect creditworthiness. To inform their credit opinions, S&P Global Ratings engages in frequent dialogue with senior managers and industry leaders, and their analyses cover areas ranging from the state of an enterprise and its position in its industry, to the economic health of regions around the world.
 

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Wednesday 22/05/2019

From 11:00 To 11:25

05/22/2019 11:00 05/22/2019 11:25 Global Economic Trends – What is the forecast for 2019 and beyond? PRESENTATION LINK
Economic expansions don’t just die of old age. After a brief look at economic forecasts for key economies, we will explore whether the usual suspects in triggering recessions, such as interest rates and oil prices, could play a role this time round. We will also look at whether the global credit cycle might be turning.

Other topics covered include:
  • The state of the U.S.-China trade conflict
  • Impact on the European auto industry of potential U.S. tariffs on car imports
  • The health of China’s economy
  • What’s behind the current economic slowdown in Europe
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"Global Economic Trends – What is the forecast for 2019 and beyond? "

Boris Glass
Time and date

Wednesday 22/05/2019

From 11:00 To 11:25

05/22/2019 11:00 05/22/2019 11:25 Global Economic Trends – What is the forecast for 2019 and beyond? PRESENTATION LINK
Economic expansions don’t just die of old age. After a brief look at economic forecasts for key economies, we will explore whether the usual suspects in triggering recessions, such as interest rates and oil prices, could play a role this time round. We will also look at whether the global credit cycle might be turning.

Other topics covered include:
  • The state of the U.S.-China trade conflict
  • Impact on the European auto industry of potential U.S. tariffs on car imports
  • The health of China’s economy
  • What’s behind the current economic slowdown in Europe
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