If you glance through both recent and past editions of Bloomberg’s Analyst Rankings, a familiar name appears on many of the lists. Michael Carey, Chief Economist (North America) for Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank, is recognized by Bloomberg as one of the top macroeconomic forecasters and is the second-best forecaster of quarterly consumer spending figures over the last two years. Credit Agricole has a worldwide presence with 13,000 employees operating in more than 50 countries. The Bank’s largest industry exposure is in the energy industry, where its specialty focus dates back more than 100 years.
Mr. Carey is a featured speaker at EnerCom’s Oil & Services Conference™ 13 in San Francisco. He will be presenting on Wednesday, February 18, 2015.
He joined Oil & Gas 360® for this edition of “Top Minds in the Business,” and shared his expertise on the following topics:
- Factors involving gains in United States factory output
- Emerging trends from the Department of Labor’s employment reports
- Impacts of layoffs in the oil patch
- Consumer spending as a result of lower oil prices
- The European Central Bank’s quantitative easing program
- Europe GDP growth
- Russia and the impact of falling commodity prices
To gain a better understanding of macroeconomic trends and the impact of the new commodity market, listen to today’s interview*.
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