ONLINE WEBINAR (25 FEBRUARY): CBI ECONOMIC FORECAST – THE UK AND GLOBAL OUTLOOK

Thursday 25 February, 11:00 – 12:00 GMT

As a member of the CBI, UKWA is pleased to be able to offer the opportunity for members to attend a live online webinar, ‘CBI economic forecast: the UK and global outlook’ on 25 February from 11:00 “ 12:00 GMT.

Since the last forecast from the CBI in November, the global economy has been battered by financial market turbulence. Ongoing weakness in China, concerns over growth prospects for EMs, uncertainty over the outlook for oil prices and an ongoing reappraisal of global risks have come together to give stock markets a rocky start to the year.

CBI Director of Economics, Rain Newton-Smith, and the Economic Analysis team will present the CBI’s latest forecast for the UK and global economy, reflecting on recent performance and the outlook for the UK. Rain will be joined by William Zimmern, Head of Global Macroeconomics at BP, who will give his view on the global economy and oil.

Call us on 0207 636 8856 or email Shoaib Vakil to register now to reserve your place in the live webinar where you will have the opportunity to pose questions to William, Rain, and the team.

Register your place now >

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