Eric Winograd

Director—Developed Market Economic Research

Eric Winograd is a Senior Vice President and Director of Developed Market Economic Research. He joined the firm in 2017. From 2010 to 2016, Winograd was the senior economist at MKP Capital Management, a US-based diversified alternatives manager. From 2008 to 2010, he was the senior macro strategist at HSBC North America. Earlier in his career, Winograd worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the World Bank. He holds a BA (cum laude) in Asian studies from Dartmouth College and an MA in international studies from the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies. Location: New York

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For the Global Economy, It’s Next Stop…Policy Normalization

For the Global Economy, It’s Next Stop…Policy Normalization

by Eric Winograd
Major central banks seem ready to head back toward normal policy settings, given the economic rebound from the pandemic and an accompanying inflation surge. Global financial markets may be choppier as a result, but monetary policy will remain accommodative for some time—and the underlying growth outlook is strong.

Economics, Fixed Income, Inflation, Rising Rates, Volatility


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US Economic Outlook: Inflation, Growth and the Fed

US Economic Outlook: Inflation, Growth and the Fed

by Eric Winograd
Headline inflation is at a decade-high rate of increase, and core inflation of 4.0% is higher than it’s been in over 25 years. But the economy is well on the road to recovery, and GDP growth is back to where it was pre-crisis. While we expect the Fed to taper in November, we think investor focus should be more on when the Fed ends quantitative easing rather than when they start tapering.

Economics, Fixed Income, Inflation, Rising Rates


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Change Looms at the Fed: What Will It Mean for Monetary Policy?
What to Expect When You’re Expecting a Taper
This Too Shall Pass: The Micro Case for Transitory Inflation
The Fed Will Likely Taper…but Don’t Expect a Tantrum
What Could US Corporate Tax Hikes Mean for Share Buybacks?
Four Things Investors Should Know About US Inflation in 2021
How Much Further Will US Rates Rise?

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