Deteriorating economy to dominate G7, Private debt: Too big to ignore (Part II)

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Deteriorating economy to dominate G7, Private debt: Too big to ignore (Part II)

Commentary: Deteriorating economy to dominate G7

By Mark Sobel in Washington

Leaders of the G7 will gather in Biarritz on 24 August for their annual summit. Expect a do-nothing affair, marked by notable absences. The formal agenda will be replete with critical global topics, such as gender inequality and climate change. But nervousness over the deteriorating global economy will dominate. China – the world’s second largest economy – is not invited. Its economic performance will weigh heavily on the proceedings. The European G7 contingent will come to Biarritz in a dismal state. Expectations for the meeting should be low.

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Podcast: Private debt – Too big to ignore (Part II)


Antonella Napolitano, head of investor relations at Deerpath Capital, and Gabriella Kindert, member of the supervisory board at Mizuho Europe, join OMFIF’s Julia Demidova. They continue their discussion on the blossoming private debt market and assess the current macroeconomic outlook.

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