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The Cross-Asset Curveball

Featuring Andrew Lapthorne

Sep 25, 2019 • 56 minutes

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The Essential Conversation

The Cross-Asset Curveball

Why are bonds and stocks sending conflicting signals at investors? Andrew Lapthorne helps answer this question.

Featuring Andrew Lapthorne

Sep 25, 2019 • 56 minutes

Why are bonds and stocks sending conflicting signals at investors? Andrew Lapthorne, global head of quant research at Societe Generale, helps answer this question in his conversation with Roger Hirst. In this conversation, you’ll understand which markets have already priced in recession and why historically defensive assets may not appear as advertised. Lapthorne also dissects the connection between volatility and corporate spreads. Filmed on September 13, 2019 in London. Show More

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The Essential Conversation is the world's premier financial-market-focused conversation series. The smartest people in markets, finance, economics, and business engage in deep-diving discussions about the global macro landscape, generating actionable takeaways that can help your decision-making process. Tune in to peer-to-peer conversations between the brightest minds in the investing world, and tune up your portfolio.

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