Global Investing Group

Dancing Elephants: Can China and the U.S. Create Long-Term Global Stability?

Thursday, December 12 | 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

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Overview

Our modern global economy has grown and been driven by a strategic understanding between the United States and China. The latter now challenges the former for regional hegemony and global influence.

In an unprecedented era of Tweets, 24/7 news flow, and strong leaders on both sides of the globe, markets crave direction in this high-stakes game of trade and geopolitics.

We will explore outcomes and probabilities in the trade negotiations, and discuss worst-case scenarios and how they might affect global capital markets. We will also discuss the long-term ramifications of success and failure.

Agenda

5:00 PM | REGISTRATION & CHECK-IN


6:00 PM | OPENING REMARKS


6:05 PM | PANEL DISCUSSION

David Denoon, Ph.D., New York University

Vinay Pande, CIO Global Wealth Management, Head CIO Trading Strategies, UBS


7:00 PM |  Q&A


7:25 PM |  CLOSING REMARKS


7:05 PM | NETWORKING & CATERED RECEPTION

Additional Details

Learning Outcomes

  • Explore multiple outcomes of a trade agreement (or trade war),
  • Discuss the ramifications of each scenario on trade, global GDP, and capital markets, and
  • Review how investors can shed prepare portfolios for further uncertainty, and also position to benefit from different outcomes.