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How countries and companies are reshaping their supply chains
How are countries and companies reshaping their supply chains for a new era of global trade? In this episode, Andrew Tilton, chief Asia Pacific economist in Goldman Sachs Research, Luke Barrs from the Fundamental Equity business in Asset Management, and Richard Hill, chairman of the board at Marvell Technology, discuss the macro pressures and geopolitics that are affecting global supply chains, as well as the impact on the investment landscape.
The Markets: What’s next for U.S. Treasuries
Discussing what’s next for U.S. treasury issuance as debt ceiling concerns fade, the Fed’s next move, and underlying trends in U.S. equity performance this year, Beth Hammack, co-head of the Global Financing Group in Goldman Sachs’ Global Banking & Markets, joins our latest episode of The Markets, a new weekly podcast from Goldman Sachs Exchanges.
Daunting debt limit dynamics
In this episode, Stephen Kaplan, associate professor at George Washington University, Alec Phillips, Goldman Sachs Research’s chief political economist, and David Beers, former head of sovereign credit ratings at S&P, who oversaw the rating agency’s U.S. credit rating downgrade in 2011, dig into the history and mechanics of the U.S. debt limit and explore whether the repeated brinkmanship around raising the debt limit could undermine the value of U.S. assets.
The Markets: Are markets pricing in the potential of a default?
Debt ceiling discussions are the primary focus of markets this week but equity and bond markets are reacting in very different ways, explains Candice Tse, a managing director in Goldman Sachs Asset Management, on The Markets podcast.
Why the ‘great de-stocking’ in oil and commodities could pave the way for future gains
Oil and commodity prices have fallen this year amid unprecedented declines in inventories. But this “great de-stocking” could also pave the way for strong gains if the economy avoids a recession given solid fundamentals and overall demand, explains Jeff Currie, global head of commodities in Goldman Sachs Research.