Will the economy return to the 1970s? CME Group Chief Economist Blu Putnam explains why the pendulum is swinging away from monetary policy and toward fiscal policy in response to Covid-19. Presented by @CMEGroup
Chief Economist Blu Putnam’s video looks at how growth in the fourth quarter could be capped by a resurgence in COVID-19 cases that constricted air traffic and restaurant dining in November and December.
A targeted stimulus might achieve more in mending the economic recovery than broad-based tools like quantitative easing and low rates. Watch Chief Economist Blu Putnam’s latest video to learn why.
The outlook for the potential broad use of a vaccine against COVID-19 next year could impact several areas, including global trade and inflation. Watch Chief Economist Blu Putnam's latest video.
The U.S. Treasury issued over $3 trillion in new debt securities in the first half of 2020 as the economy reeled from the pandemic. Chief Economist Blu Putnam discusses the implications:
Paid Program for @CMEGroup : Corporations slowed hiring in May amid concerns over the drawn-out trade war with China. Are Fed rate cuts the impetus that can galvanize employment? Blu Putnam, Chief Economist at CME Group, discusses.
Our Chief Economist Blu Putnam writes about what central bank divergence has to do with FX volatility
Our Chief Economist Blu Putnam says Abenomics may not live up to Japan’s expectations on @Open_Markets