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Sebastian Vismara is a Financial Economist in the Global Investment Strategy team at BNY Mellon Investment Management. His responsibilities include conducting analysis on the global economy, financial markets and investment implications. Prior to this role, Sebastian spent 5 years at the Bank of England working on global macroeconomic analysis and financial market research. In his last role he provided macro financial research support for Governor Carney's international meeting engagements. A native of Italy, Sebastian has a two-year Masters in Management with a concentration in Finance from the London School of Economics and an undergraduate degree in International Relations with a concentration in Economics from the University of Florence in Italy.
By Sebastian Vismara, Financial Economist, BNY Mellon Investment Management
Aug 11, 2021
With US GDP climbing above its pre-pandemic level in Q2 2021 and inflation remaining high and above its 2% target, the Federal Reserve is widely expected to start discussing how and when to taper its asset purchases over the coming months.Read more