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A Slow and Uneven Recovery Still Likely Despite July’s U.S. Price Bounce
Fed Reinforces Commitment to Ongoing Monetary Policy Support
Europe’s Labor Measures: Short-term Gain, Long-term Pain?
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Europe’s Labor Measures: Short-term Gain, Long-term Pain?

Europe’s Labor Measures: Short-term Gain, Long-term Pain?

European measures applied to mitigate the effects of the pandemic have contained the unemployment rate in Europe more than in the U.S. While recognizing economic risks from the rising number of COVID-19 cases in the U.S., our forecast sees this success ratio reversing before the end of the year.

June CPI Report Underscores Economic Fragilities
Canada Outlook: Structural Hurdles to Recovery Demand Strong Fiscal and Monetary Support

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Tiffany Wilding

North American Economist


Ms. Wilding is an executive vice president and North American economist based in the Newport Beach office. In this capacity, she crafts the firm’s outlook for the U.S. and Canadian economy and monetary policy, and analyzes key macro risks for the firm’s Investment Committee. She also co-heads the firm’s Americas portfolio committee. Prior to joining PIMCO in 2016, she was director of global interest rate research at Tudor Investment, responsible for recommending trade ideas based on global macro trends. Previously, she was a vice president for U.S. interest rate research with Morgan Stanley and a Treasury market policy analyst for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, where she helped structure and implement the central bank’s response to the 2008 financial crisis. She has 13 years of investment and economics/financial markets experience and holds an MBA in quantitative finance from New York University's Stern School of Business. She received an undergraduate degree from Rhodes College.

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