January 28, 2020

The Everything Bubble?:
Political-Economic Outlook for 2020

January 09, 2020

The Everything Bubble?:
Political-Economic Outlook for 2020

GDP growth, low unemployment, and wage increases are being driven by record-high asset prices.

U.S. central bank policy in the last year has become even more aggressive in supporting the expansion of financial assets, with three rate cuts in 2019 and an over 400 billion dollar expansion in the balance sheet since September.

While continuing to support economic growth, these policies have exacerbated the gap between hourly and salaried wage earners, and between wage earners and the owners of capital.

We hope you can join REMI for our upcoming webinar, “The Everything Bubble?: Political-Economic Outlook for 2020,” that will be hosted by CEO and Chief Economist Frederick Treyz, Ph.D. on Tuesday, January 28th from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. (ET).

This presentation explores issues such as:

  • What are the regional dimensions of the U.S. economy?
  • How does a liquidity-driven economy affect politics in an election year?
  • What actions can state and local policy makers take?
  • How do policy analysts engage in a populist political context?


Following the webinar, there will be an opportunity for participants to ask questions.

The presentation will be approximately one hour in length, and we offer it free of charge via the Citrix GoToWebinar web conferencing platform. Advanced registration is required; please click here to register.