Bank of Japan: More of a tweak than a twist
By Jeremy Hawkins|2023-10-31T09:34:18-07:00October 31, 2023|
After four years working as an econometric modeller and economic forecaster at the Bank of England, Jeremy spent almost twenty years on the trading floor of Bank of America’s European headquarters in London. Initially as Chief Economist for Europe and subsequently as Head of European FX short-term interest rate strategy, his primary role was to provide expert on-the-spot analysis of market-moving statistics and events and their implications for asset prices. He joined Econoday in 2007 as their senior European economist and since 2005 has lectured at London Financial Studies on the impact on economic data on financial markets. Jeremy has a BA in economics and econometrics from the University of Sheffield where he was also awarded the economics prize.