Henry Curr

Henry Curr | PepTalk Expert Speaker
Henry Curr | PepTalk Expert Speaker
Speaker, Economics Editor, The Economist
Gain valuable insights into the global economy and navigate the complexities of fiscal policies with Henry Curr, speaker, Economics Editor for The Economist.

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Navigating Economic Turbulence: From Pandemic To US Banking Crisis

Join Henry Curr, Economics Editor at The Economist, as he guides you through pivotal economic events, from the pandemic to the 2023 US banking crisis. Drawing on analyses such as "The Fed that Failed," he will explore the evolving landscape of free markets and policy. This journey through recent economic history will be illuminated by his expertise, providing a fascinating insight into the world of economics.

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The Age Of Supply Shocks
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The Trouble With Homeland Economics
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Henry Curr | Speaker Biography

Henry Curr is the Economics Editor for The Economist, overseeing their economics coverage and writing many of their world-renowned leaders, briefings and special reports. Henry led The Economist's economics commentary through the return of inflation, the energy crisis and the American banking crisis of 2023. His most recent special report, published in October 2022, presciently warned that the combination of ageing societies, rising defence spending, the green transition and debt-interest costs would lead to a loose-fiscal, tight-money regime. In April 2022 Henry wrote "The Fed that failed" cover leader, which accurately predicted that American interest rates would need to rise above 5% to contain inflation at a time when markets expected rates only to around 3%. To date, Henry has written or contributed to some 30 cover stories at The Economist, including stories on labour markets, public debt and the future of global commerce. He has written extensively about the effect of tensions between the US and China and the trouble with "homeland economics" and green protectionism. Henry joined The Economist as Britain economics correspondent in 2014 and was the magazine's main writer on the American economy from 2015-18, a period that included the first monetary tightening since the global financial crisis and the Trump tax cuts. He often appears on television and radio and he moderates and speaks at events. His experience includes on-stage discussions with Nobel-prizewinners and former prime ministers, appearing as a panelist at the International Monetary Fund and Brookings Institution, chairing conferences and giving presentations to asset managers and private-equity firms on the state of the global economy. Henry is a visiting fellow of Nuffield College at the University of Oxford. In 2021 he was awarded the Society of Professional Economists' Rybczynski Prize for his essay on quantitative easing. He was highly commended in the "Journalism of the Year" category at the prestigious Wincott Awards for business, economic and financial journalism. The Wincott Foundation commented that Henry ' asked the big questions about the global economy and answered them in a thoughtful and thought-provoking manner'.

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