Where are the major economies (US, China, Europe) and financial markets heading? What has driven the turbulent prior year and what might we see in the future? What is going to happen with stocks and interest rates, of oil prices and the dollar, of The Fed and the possibility of negative interest rates?
Larry Kantor, draws on his many years as a senior leader in the US Financial Sector and his current role as an Advanced Leadership Fellow at Harvard University. Previously he was Managing Director and Global Head of Research at Barclays. Based in New York, Larry was responsible for global research including economics, equities, interest rates, foreign exchange, emerging markets, credit and commodities. He was also a member of the investment bank Executive Committee and made numerous media appearances, including CNBC, Bloomberg TV and radio, The Nightly Business Report and CBS Evening News.
Larry joined Barclays in 2003 as Head of Economics and Market Strategy from JPMorgan Chase, where he was a Managing Director and Global Head of Foreign Exchange Strategy. Prior to that, he spent 7 years at Normandy Asset Management as Chief Economist and Market Strategist. Before that he was Chief Economist for Europe in London for JPMorgan and prior to that he was an economist at the Federal Reserve Board in Washington, DC where, among other things, he briefed the Board of Governors including the Fed Chairman. He began his career as an Assistant Professor of Economics at Lehigh University.
Larry received his PhD and MA in Economics from Ohio State University.