Steering financial markets through a crisis – a first-hand account
In 2006, at just 35 years of age, following a stellar career as a financier and economist in the US, Kevin Warsh was appointed to the US Federal Reserve Board, handpicked by the then Chairman Ben Bernanke. Within two years, the global financial crisis hit. Kevin played a key role in navigating the chaos and brings a first-hand account of the way the United States central bank steered a course through the turmoil. In this episode, Kevin shares his remarkable insights on the current global economic landscape. What role can central banks play in controlling inflation? Will asset bubbles burst? And where does that leave investors?
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