Tightening Cycle Is Looming: Which DM Households Are Most At Risk?
Friday, 17th December 2021
Webinar | 09:30 London GMT
A more hawkish path for monetary policy across DMs in 2022 could see an increasing number of DM households struggle to service their debt.
All DMs are exposed to tighter monetary policy pass-through to debt servicing costs, but some countries such as Australia, Norway and Canada are more exposed owing to higher household debt and debt services ratios.
Topics covered will include:
- Household debt and debt rations
- Inflation and inflation outlook
- Monetary policy outlook
- Factors limiting household debt risks
Prior to joining Fitch Solutions, Daniele worked for almost seven years as Country Risk Analyst at Dun and Bradstreet, covering Southern European economies. He has an MSc in Economics and an MBA from the Politecnico di Milano and a Masters in International Business from the Florida International University's Chapman College of Business. His main areas of expertise are macroeconomic analysis and forecasting and econometrics.
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