CFTC Talks EP042: Mike Englund, Action Economics

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This week on CFTC Talks, we bring on Mike Englund, Chief Economist at Action Economics.  We discuss his outlook for GDP (+3.4% for next 2 quarters), capex, and when he thinks the next recession will begin.  Also, we dissect how corporate debt is going to be impacted by the higher US interest rates and the large amount of new US Treasury securities.

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I'm Andy Busch

If things feel crazy in the world today, that's because they are. We are seeing huge shifts in risk and reward, leading to a lot of economic uncertainty and confusion about where we go from here.

As an economic futurist, I do things a bit differently than your typical economist — going beyond analyzing how today's financial policies impact economic growth, to focus on the super-charged trends driving much of today's global chaos and change.

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