Thursday, April 9 at 1 p.m. CT
Presented by:
Mark Killion, CFA Director, U.S. Industry, Oxford Economics
Chloe Parkins, Economist, Oxford Economics

In the last few months the coronavirus went from an isolated crisis to a worldwide pandemic. As a result, the new macroeconomic baseline has completely changed. Join AEM and Oxford Economics as they assess the economic impact of COVID19 on industries and the world economy. Hear the near-term outlook and future predictions based on historical experience.

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Mark Killion, CFA, is Director of Research at Oxford Economics, with extensive experience in forecasts and modelling of economics and finance, also skilled in the presentation of insightful conclusions and strategies. Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Killion served as Managing Director of IHS Global Insight's World Industry Service, and previously at Lincoln Investment Management was Vice President focused on asset allocation strategies and exposures to international investments.  Earlier, at Standard & Poor’s DRI, Killion was Principal Economist, covering the Japanese economy and sovereign ratings, also managing the macro-economic forecasts for all countries in the world.

Chloe Parkins joined Oxford Economics in July 2013 as part of a 12-month internship, working primarily on the data team, but also gaining experience as an assistant economist forecasting numerous countries such as Bulgaria. Following this, she returned to Sheffield Hallam University and achieved a first-class degree in International Finance and Economics. Then re-joined the company in July 2015 as an assistant economist, forecasting both the intermediate and consumer goods sectors. Since then, she has completed her MSc in Economics from Reading University specialising in macroeconomic analysis and DSGE modelling. She is now responsible for forecasting the mechanical engineering and transport & logistics sectors.

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