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What will the economy look like in the third quarter of 2021, both globally and in Sri Lanka? A Darkening Outlook

Economic Outlook Series Q3 2021; A Darkening Outlook

PwC’s Academy in collaboration with ETISLanka & CFA Society Sri Lanka is conducting a quarterly economic update series. This series will be focusing on both the global and Sri Lankan economy for the benefit of a wider audience interested in economic climate and changes. Join us on the third quarter economy outlook session; Are we at a tipping point?

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Course Structure

Session One; Global economic outlook 2021

Signs of the global economy turning down in the absence of more stimulus

Chinese equities entering a bear market may be a sign of what’s to come for global equity markets

Inflation starting to slow with possible weakening ahead

US and Chinese bond yields in retreat

The Dollar recovers but can it last?

Session Two; Sri Lanka economic outlook 2021

Economy continues to recover notwithstanding production weakness, while equities have outperformed so far this year

Inflation remains relatively subdued due to price and import controls

Attempts to moderate declines in the exchange rate are exerting upward pressure on interest rates

Reserves at dangerously low levels as pressure builds on the Rupee



Target Audience

Financial Risk Analysts/ Financial Planners/ Accountants/ Economic Researchers/ Financial Consultants/ Investment Analysts/ Actuarial Analysts/ Stockbrokers/ Market Research Analysts/ Business Consultants/ Credit Analysts/ Unit Fund Managers/ Portfolio Managers/ Strategists/ Equity Analysts


Schedule

Unit name
Start Date
End Date
Duration
Price
Unit name
EOSQ3
Start Date
2021-10-22
End Date
2021-10-22
Duration
1 Day(s)
Price
LKR 15,000
EOSQ3
2021-10-22
2021-10-22
1 Day(s)
LKR 15,000

 

 

 


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