- Special economic address “Global Imbalances in a Strong USD World” Bloomberg Commodities Conference
|- MIFID II and The City after Brexit: What Next? A special report for MIFID Industry Conference||London||September 2016|
- Keynote cross-asset strategy address to international fund managers conference in Munich, Germany
|- Keynote global macro address to Spanish asset allocators summit||Madrid||
|- UK Economy and Policy Outlook address to the UK General Government and Public Pension Funds summit||London||March 2016|
|- Keynote economic address at Swiss fund manager and family offices conferences, Switzerland||Geneva||February 2016|
|- Keynote economic address to Swiss fund managers and family offices||Zurich||February 2016|
- Chair, Global CFA Institute’s Annual European Investment Conference
- Economic address at the Milan Fixed Income Forum for Italian pension fund managers
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The level of leverage swelling in the Chinese economy could lead to a lasting period of painful deleveraging, emitting global disinflation risk via a cheaper yuan, depressed commodity prices and slowing global trade growth.
That is according to Lena Komileva, the keynote speaker at Milan's Fixed Income Forum in October 2015.
In this video, Komileva also discusses the impact of a Fed interest rate hike on global markets and the real effectiveness of the ECB's quantitative easing (Citywire, 2015).
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16 February (Bloomberg TV) - Lena Komileva, chief economist at G+ Economics, discusses the need for a focus on financial stability as a third mandate for central banks. She speaks with Tom Keene and Francine Lacqua on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
European CEO caught up with Lena Komileva of G+ Economics during the CFA Institute European Investment Conference, London 2015 to find out where the trouble spots are for the Eurozone and what countries are leading its economic recovery. Jenny Hammond interviews.
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26 June (Bloomberg TV) - Markets Are Underpricing Risk of a Rate Hike: Komileva
G Plus Economics Chief Economist and Managing Director Lena Komileva discusses U.S. interest rates and when she thinks the fed will raise them. She speaks to Bloomberg's Anna Edwards on "Countdown." Source: Bloomberg (24/06/2015)
Portugal’s Jornal de Negócios: Komileva: ECB "will extend stimulus beyond 2016" (10/06/15)
Five years on from the eurozone crisis which could have seen Greece and others crash out of the eurozone, a game of brinksmanship is going on. The German government expects Greece to uphold the terms of its international bailout agreement but the anti-austerity party Syriza wants to renegotiate those terms.
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MarketWatch: Here’s why the Bank of Japan is putting its focus on the yield curve (21/09/16)
Reuters News: FX, money market kinks fuel dollar bond issuance bonanza from Japan (21/09/16)
Bloomberg News: Fed Deluge of Dots and Discord Leaves Global Markets Baffled (13/09/16)
Il Sole 24 Ore: Draghi tiene in pausa il nuovo QE (09/09/16)
FT: Euro firmer on lack of QE extension talk (08/09/16)
The Guardian: Business Live (08/09/16)
Nasdaq: FTSE 100 Rises, Supported By Commodity, Bank Stocks (08/09/16)
Bloomberg TV: G-20 Remains a Vital Forum for Debate, Says Komileva (06/09/16)
Bloomberg TV: ECB Likely to Extend QE Into 2018, Says Komileva (06/09/16)
Bloomberg TV: Is This the Beginning of the End for Merkel? (06/09/16)
Bloomberg TV: Have Markets Priced in an Oil Production Freeze? (06/09/16)
MarketWatch: Why the Fed needs to stop ‘back seat’ driving, in one chart (02/09/16)
FT: Stocks bolstered by mild US jobs report (02/09/16)
MarketWatch: US stocks end higher after payroll report (02/09/16)
Bloomberg TV: Komileva: Yellen Hawkish as Could Be Without a Jolt (29/08/16)
DowJones News: Bond Report - Treasurys On Tenterhooks Ahead Of Yellen Speech (26/08/16)
MarketWatch: FTSE 100 wavers, but miners find relief after selloff (26/08/16)
Bloomberg TV: Brexit Containment Measures Remain Uncertain: Komileva (14/08/16)
FT: Yen races higher after BoJ disappoints (29/07/2016)
WSJ: Draghi Stops Short of Pledging Fresh Stimulus (21/07/2016)
MarketWatch: One reason the stock market has been so dang resilient (21/07/2016)
Dow Jones Business News: ECB Open to Further Stimulus at September Meeting (21/07/2016)
Reuters News: Hammond to face Brexit grilling at G20 (20/07/2016)
Bloomberg TV: Will Erdogan Use Coup Attempt to His Advantage? (18/07/2016)
Reuters: Turkey coup impact seen limited but instability fear remains (17/07/2016)
FT: Turkey and risk appetite set tone for markets this week (17/07/2016)
Gestiona Tu Dinero: La inestabilidad en Turquía aumenta la aversión al riesgo (17/07/2016)
Bloomberg TV: Italy’s Banking Woes Spark Fears of Market Contagion (07/07/2016)
Bloomberg TV: The Brexit Impact on Halting Property Funds (07/07/2016)
The Telegraph: What does a falling pound mean for the British economy? (06/07/2016)
Bloomberg TV: The Fed Is Risk Averse Right Now, Says Komileva (06/07/2016)
Eleconomista.es: El Brexit ya está erosionando los pilares económicos de Reino Unido (06/07/16)
Bloomberg: Brexit Erodes U.K. Economic Pillars, Property Investors Flee (05/07/16)
FT: Brexit vote fuels wave of risk aversion (24/06/16)
Bloomberg TV: Komileva - Eurozone Has Regained Its 'Mojo' Since Crisis (10/06/16)
Bloomberg TV: Will Negative Rates Eventually Backfire? (09/06/16)
Bloomberg TV: Will Recession Come With a Brexit Vote? (09/06/16)
FT: Dollar tumbles after weak US jobs data (04/06/2016)
Bloomberg Best: Why Draghi's Interest Rate Comments Are So Important (02/06/2016)
Bloomberg TV: Investors Wish Oil Price Was Stronger, Says Komileva (02/05/2016)
Bloomberg TV: Topix Tumbles Most in 11 Weeks (02/05/2016)
Bloomberg News: Oil Falls below $45 in New York as Iraq Exports Approach Record (02/05/2016)
Investing.com: Negative Blowback from Negative Interest Rates (27/04/16)
WSJ: ECB Leaves Door Open for Further Interest-Rate Cuts (21/04/16)
Bloomberg TV: Global Economy Imbalanced on Inflation Divergence (04/04/16)
Bloomberg TV: Markets Show Doubts of Withstanding Stronger Dollar (04/04/2016)
Bloomberg TV: Markets Not Reflecting Economic 'Brexit' Risks – Komileva (04/04/2016)
Dow Jones Newswires: 10-year Treasury yields post largest weekly decline in 2 months (01/04/16)
The Telegraph: Britain courts fate on Brexit with worst external deficit in history (31/03/16)
Sky News: Pressure On Consumers To Drive Growth, Despite Record Low Savings (31/03/16)
Dow Jones: US dollar remains under pressure after Yellen and Draghi (31/03/16)
Bloomberg Radio: Komileva: Fed is Risk-Dependent - Dollar funding is critical for market volatility and economic health this year. That’s according to Lena Komileva, Chief Economist and Managing Director at G+Economics who spoke to First Word Europe’s Guy Johnson and Jonathan Ferro, as investors digest uncertainty surrounding the next Fed rate hike. She explained that the Fed policy bias is risk-dependent, despite the central bank iterating its data focus (29/03/16)
Bloomberg News: Brussels Attacks Add to Political Obstacles for Cameron, Merkel (22/03/16)
Bloomberg Radio: ECB’s Draghi faces an uphill struggle (09/03/16)
Bloomberg Surveillance: The necessity & side effects of negative interest rates (07/03/16)
Bloomberg Surveillance: Brexit is weighing in on investor sentiment (07/03/16)
FT: US jobs data fuel fresh gains for Wall Street (05/03/16)
The Independent: Strong US jobs figures spark talk of another rise in rates (05/03/16)
FT: Wall Street struggles after strong rally (02/03/2016)
Citywire: Royal grumble: why the Queen would question messed up markets (26/02/16)
Financial News: Banks' stock rout poses new dilemma for Draghi (18/02/16)
Bloomberg TV: Financial Stability - Central Banks' Third Mandate (16/02/16)
Bloomberg TV: The End of the Line for the US Dollar Rally (16/02/16)
Bloomberg TV: Can the Yen Withstand BOJ's Move to Negative Rates? (16/02/16)
Dow Jones: ECB won’t hesitate to boost stimulus: Mario Draghi (15/02/16)
FT: Yield curve recession indicator sends warning on US economy (12/02/16)
Reuters: Yield curve moves flash global recession warning signs (05/02/16)
Bloomberg Radio: The First Word -Komileva on Global Economy (04/02/16)
Bloomberg TV: Negative Interest Rates: a Risky Move for the BoJ? Lena Komileva, managing director and chief economist at G Plus Economics, discusses the Bank of Japan adopting negative interest rates and what it means for the economy. She speaks to Bloomberg's Anna Edwards and Manus Cranny. (29/01/16)
MarketWatch: Bank of Japan’s negative rate decision is a mark of ‘desperation’ (29/01/16)
Fortune: Japan Joins The Negative Interest Rate Club (29/01/16)
FT: Draghi’s dovish comments – economists react (21/01/16)
DJ/WSJ Market Watch: 4 key takeaways from Draghi’s ‘no limits’ statement (21/01/16)
FT: Mark your calendars for March easing from ECB (21/01/16)
Dec 22 (Bloomberg) - Lena Komileva, managing director at G Plus Economics, says that Russia's foreign reserves are "dwindling" and as a result of European Union sanctions against Russia, the country "cannot rely on foreign trade or capital markets to replenish that shortfall." She speaks to Guy Johnson on Bloomberg Television's "On The Move".