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In each episode of "Goldman Sachs Exchanges," people from the firm share their insights on developments shaping industries, markets and the global economy.

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The demand for power, driven in part by the rise of generative artificial intelligence, is set to grow to levels not seen in a generation. Goldman Sachs Research’s Carly Davenport, Alberto Gandolfi, and Brian Singer discuss the drivers behind their forecast of a surge in global power demand and the investments required to meet that demand.  Related articles on AI include AI is showing ‘very positive’ signs of eventually boosting GDP and productivity and Generative AI could raise global GDP by 7%. For more: Goldman Sachs Exchanges.
The Federal Reserve has historically led a relatively synchronized monetary policy cycle across the major economies, but this cycle seems to be shaping up differently. Goldman Sachs' Chief Economist and Head of Goldman Sachs Research Jan Hatzius, Peter Praet, former chief economist of the European Central Bank, and Maurice Obstfeld, former chief economist of the IMF, discuss the implications of central bank divergence for economies and markets. This episode explores the latest Top of Mind report, Central Bank Divergence: Room to Run?
On this episode of Goldman Sachs Exchanges, Goldman Sachs Research’s Alex Blostein joins moderator Allison Nathan to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing the private equity industry. Nathan also speaks with Global Banking & Markets’ Mike Nickols and Gina Lytle who share their perspectives on the types of deals that are happening today.  For more, read Private Equity Inflection Point, a new report from Goldman Sachs Investment Banking, which explores the strategic and financing opportunities in the private equity industry.
After better-than-expected economic data kicking off the year, and a blistering start for the equity market, where does China go from here? Goldman Sachs Research’s Hui Shan and Kinger Lau discuss the evolution of China’s economy and capital markets.
Is it possible to have a positive impact through investing without giving up on returns? Brian Singer of Goldman Sachs Research and Greg Shell of Goldman Sachs Asset Management discuss the long-term trends shaping impact investing and the investment opportunities in the space.
Goldman Sachs Research's Jari Stehn joins Charlotte Keenan of the firm's Office of Corporate Engagement to discuss the UK economy’s unique economic challenges, its path forward, and the role that small businesses can play in bolstering growth. To learn how the UK’s small businesses could help support the UK economy, read Generation Growth: The Small Business Manifesto.
Recent weakness in US Treasury bond auctions have become a focal point for markets. Goldman Sachs’ Jonny Fine and Alec Phillips discuss the implications for markets, yields, and fiscal deficits. And if you want more insights from Goldman Sachs, make sure to visit GS.com and sign up for Briefings, a weekly newsletter from Goldman Sachs about trends spanning markets, industries, and the global economy.
The newest generation of GLP-1 drugs are being hailed by some as “miracle drugs” for the treatment of obesity. But GLP-1s are expensive, insurance coverage is limited, and not everyone with obesity can and or wants to take them. In this episode, which is based on Goldman Sachs Research’s latest Top of Mind report, obesity medicine physician Dr. Fatima Cody Stanford and Jonathan Gruber, professor of economics and chairman of the Economics Department at MIT, discuss how large the addressable market for GLP-1s actually is and the implications for US fiscal health.   If you want more insights from Goldman Sachs, make sure to visit GS.com and sign up for Briefings, a weekly newsletter from Goldman Sachs about trends spanning markets, industries, and the global economy.
Goldman Sachs Research’s US Chief Economist David Mericle explains why worries over overheating inflation are overblown and why the outlook for US economic growth remains relatively strong. And if you want more insights from Goldman Sachs, make sure to visit GS.com and sign up for Briefings, a weekly newsletter from Goldman Sachs about trends spanning markets, industries, and the global economy.
Where do the world’s largest investors see investment opportunities? Against a more constructive macroeconomic environment, insurers appear to be more willing to take on risk in their portfolios. Goldman Sachs’ Mike Siegel and Matt Armas discuss where insurers see opportunities and risks, and other findings from their 13th annual Global Insurance Survey.
Capital Group’s Rob Lovelace discusses the firm’s distinct investment process and culture, how he’s thinking about macro trends, and his lessons for leadership. Lovelace, whose grandfather Jonathan Bell Lovelace founded the firm in 1931, recently stepped down at the privately held firm as vice chair and president and continues as a portfolio manager. If you'd like to learn more, visit GS.com and sign up for Briefings, a weekly newsletter from Goldman Sachs about trends spanning markets, industries, and the global economy.
The US stock market is more concentrated than it’s been in decades, with a small number of stocks accounting for an unusually large share of market capitalization. While it’s making some investors uneasy, Ben Snider, a senior strategist on the US portfolio strategy team in Goldman Sachs Research, and Peter Callahan, who covers the US technology, media, and telecommunications markets business in Global Banking & Markets, point out on Goldman Sachs Exchanges that these stocks' valuations reflect strong earnings. If you'd like to learn more, visit GS.com and sign up for Briefings, a weekly newsletter from Goldman Sachs about trends spanning markets, industries, and the global economy.
Transit on the seas — the planet’s most important means of trade — has become more fraught amid geopolitical and climate-related disruptions, particularly in the Red Sea. In this episode, which is based on Goldman Sachs Research’s Top of Mind report, Admiral James Stavridis and DHL Group's CEO Tobias Meyer discuss the factors driving maritime risks today and the threats to global trade.
High mortgage rates and a limited supply of homes have created one of the tightest markets in decades. Goldman Sachs Research’s Roger Ashworth explains the supply-and-demand dynamics that are shaping the US housing market and the outlook for 2024.
Retailers are facing a more complex environment in 2024, say Goldman Sachs’ Tim Ingrassia, co-chairman of Global Banking & Markets’ Global Mergers & Acquisitions business, and Vishaal Rana, a managing director in the Cross Markets Consumer Retail Group, who discuss the deal-making landscape and the challenges facing investors and consumers. Ingrassia and Rana also join Ted Decker, chairman, CEO, and president of The Home Depot, and Dave Kimbell, the CEO of Ulta Beauty, on a panel held at the annual Retail Industry Leaders Association CEO Forum, to discuss the industry’s challenges and opportunities.
Climate change, artificial intelligence, shifting supply chains, and population growth are among the broader forces that have boosted the returns — and popularity — of infrastructure investments. Goldman Sachs’ Teresa Mattamouros explains the implications for investors on the latest episode of Goldman Sachs Exchanges.
David Booth, founder and chairman of Dimensional Fund Advisors, reflects on his career in applying the finance theory he learned at the University of Chicago’s business school – which now bears his name – to the world of asset management.
Oil prices have remained relatively rangebound despite rising geopolitical tensions. Goldman Sachs Research’s Daan Struyven, head of oil research, explains the shifting supply and demand dynamics that have muted the likelihood of large prices spikes.
With voters representing over half the world’s population — in the US, Europe, India, and beyond — expected to head to the polls this year, Richard Haass, former president of the Council on Foreign Relations, and Timothy Garton Ash, professor of European Studies at the University of Oxford, explain the implications of key elections around the world. The episode breaks down 2024 elections that is the topic of Goldman Sachs Research’s latest Top of Mind report.
Longer-term structural changes in economic activity, policy, and society can have a bigger impact on investment opportunities than the shorter-term hot-button issues of the moment, explains Goldman Sachs Research’s Peter Oppenheimer, chief global equity strategist, and head of macro research in Europe. In this episode, Oppenheimer explains the factors driving what he sees as the current post-modern super cycle, the investment implications, and findings from his latest book, Any Happy Returns: Structural Changes and Super Cycles in Market.
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