A Time of Increased Trade Disputes, Volatility, and Supply Risk
Summary: The talk will assess metals price trends in the current economic, policy, and geopolitical context. It will primarily seek to address issues relevant to US buyers of metals and metal products whose strategic and business plans are being complicated by increasingly unpredictable market and non-market factors. Covered challenges will be accompanied by practical remedies that organizations can take to de-risk their metals exposures while securing the products they need to complete projects on time.
Bio: Maciek is an economist and market analyst with experience in policy and market research roles in the U.S. and Europe. For the past decade, Maciek has supported the Energy Intelligence Group (EIG) in its mission to bring specific and actionable market intelligence to energy industry supply chain decision makers.
Prior to joining PowerAdvocate, Maciek worked at a boutique Boston-area oil market analysis firm. He received his MA in Economics and International Energy Policy from the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at the Johns Hopkins University and a BA in International Relations from Bowdoin College. He has published work in the Middle East Economic Survey (MEES) and has lived in Italy, France, and Poland. His interests include studying the geopolitical and macroeconomic aspects of international energy issues.