The Joseph Priestley Society welcomes economist Robert Fry, who will present his outlook for the global economy, with an emphasis on U.S. manufacturing and the chemical industry in particular.
Among the topics covered will be GDP, employment, industrial production, vehicle sales, housing starts, inflation, and interest rates. He’ll discuss the 2020 recession, the speed and timing of the recovery, and the long-term implications of the COVID-19 pandemic and the policy response to it.
Robert Fry is the chief economist of Robert Fry Economics LLC, where he analyzes and forecasts the global economy to guide business decision makers. He publishes a monthly newsletter, Current Economic Conditions, and speaks on the economic outlook to corporate leadership teams, at customer events, and at trade association meetings. Before retiring from DuPont in June 2015 Fry was the company’s senior economist, and he and his colleague, Bob Shrouds, were named among the top economic forecasters by Bloomberg, USA Today, and the Wall Street Journal. In 2005 they won the prestigious Lawrence R. Klein Award for Blue Chip Forecasting Accuracy, making the DuPont Economist’s Office the first three-time winner of the award.
Date & Time: Thursday April 8 at 1:00PM
Registration Deadline: Monday April 19