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One Year of COVID-19: What's Next for the Economy? [Webinar]

Tuesday, March 9, 2021
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM ET

We’ve reached the one-year mark of the global pandemic that changed everything. We have had to pivot and get creative on how to move forward in the face of rapid change. Now that we’ve adapted and taken control of what we could, a year later we find ourselves wondering, what’s next for the economy? And what does it mean for businesses?

During this webinar, our North American Chief Economist Dan North, will talk through his outlook for 2021, the current vaccine rollout, and consumer confidence—assuring us that this year is not hopeless, and there is light at the end of the tunnel. 

What you'll learn:

- An easy-to-follow summary of the outlook of the economy.

- Developments in consumption, housing, manufacturing, financial markets, and employment.

- Updates in consumer confidence and stimulus under the Biden Administration.

- Vaccine rollouts and COVID-19 insights.

Have a specific question about the economy? There will be a live Q&A at the end, so make sure to submit your question now!

Meet the presenter:

Dan_Headshot_Circle.pngDan North
Chief Economist
Euler Hermes North America
As one of the leading U.S. economists, Dan North has appeared on CNBC, Fox Business News, ABC News Now, France 24, and Bloomberg Radio and Television. He has been quoted by USA Today, Barron’s, Bloomberg Business Week, The Washington Post, Paris Le Monde, and The Wall Street Journal. After having predicted the 2008/2009 recession and its implications accurately, Dan North was ranked 4th on Bloomberg’s list of the 65 top economic forecasters in 2010. Click here to view Dan North's full bio.

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Dan North's latest blog:
US: Consumers went on an Unexpected Rampage in January

2019 Economy PredictionThe US consumer came roaring back with a vengeance in January as retail sales sky-rocketed 5.3% m/m, far beyond expectations of 1.2%. It was the first gain after three consecutive months of losses.

Outside of the pandemic, it was the third-largest monthly gain ever, and it was the largest gain since October 2001, the month after the 9/11 attacks. Of the 15 categories reporting for December, there wasn’t a single decline. Read Dan North's blog today

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