As discussed in an August 25 piece, we have pushed back our call on the timing of the Fed’s first rate hike from September to December as a result of the financial turmoil emanating from China. Given the potential for further spillovers, is there a risk that the Fed will further delay this move until the spring of 2016?
Please join Nouriel Roubini (Chairman), Sheryl King (Senior Director), Kevin Harris (Director), and other members of the Roubini Research Team as they discuss the factors shaping the FOMC’s rate decisions on September 17 and beyond. Among other topics, the call will cover:
How are the markets likely to react to signs of a December hike?
What happens if the situation in China is not stabilized, leading to further contagion?
If the hike is delayed into 2016, what are the additional risks?
To learn more about our views ahead of the Q&A session, check out some of Roubini’s recent research:
Fed’s First Rate Hike Likely Pushed to December (Aug 25, 2015)
FOMC Minutes Show Weak Inflation May Delay Fed Hike (Aug 19, 2015)
U.S. CPI Data Don't Give the Fed the Pick-Up it Wants (Aug 19, 2015)