Inflation, economic growth and markets
June 16, 2022 with Stéfane Marion
In this episode, we talk with Stéfane Marion, National Bank’s Chief Economist and Strategist, about inflation, economic growth, and markets. The May inflation figures were not what everyone expected, coming in a little higher than expected, owing primarily to higher energy prices. Consult our expert's analysis.
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Chief Investment Officer and Strategist, National Bank Investments
Martin is the Chief Investment Officer of National Bank Investments responsible for the development investment soclutions and the management of tactical asset allocation mandates. With over 20 years of experience in financial markets, Martin also managed the portfolio management team at Private Banking 1859.
Chief Economist and Strategist, National Bank of Canada
Stéfane Marion has been the Chief Economist and Strategist for the National Bank of Canada and National Bank Financial since November 2008. Mr. Marion is a sought-after speaker on economic trends and their impact on financial markets, and Brendan Wood International has named him one of Canada's top economists.
The Economics and Strategy group at National Bank Financial is consistently ranked among Canada's top forecasters and is known for the accuracy of its projections. Mr. Marion was appointed to the Monetary Policy Council and the newly formed Business Cycle Council by the C.D.
Howe Institute in 2012. Additionally, he is a member of the National Bank Retirement Committee. Mr. Marion joined National Bank Financial's economics team in 1999. Prior to that, he worked for several years at the Departments of Finance and Industry in Ottawa, where he analyzed the impact of macroeconomic policies and conducted economic forecasts as part of his responsibilities. He has worked on the development of several economic forecasting models as well as the analysis of US-Mexico free trade agreements (FTA, NAFTA).
Mr. Marion graduated from the Université de Montréal with a bachelor's and master's degree in economics.