Investment Banking Work Experience / Insight Days

I really want to get into investment banking or possibly hedge money/stockbroking in the foreseeable future. I’ve just finished my guess (expected all 9’s) and I’m heading to do economics, maths, background, and maybe further maths at a rate. For one, I’d prefer to do one or e&m at Oxford, or possibly pure economics at Cambridge or use. Are there any work-experience placements or insight days that I will def keep my eye on? Posted on the TSR App.

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Well, historical rates of interest reflected different circumstances. Interest levels around the global world are lower than in the US. EU policy rates are about -0.5% and stuck there. Real rates of interest are negative all over the global world. If real rates of interest are extremely low, and inflation is surprisingly low, nominal rates of interest shall be very low, no matter what they were historically.

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For example, when rates of interest strike 10% in the 1970s, greater than before seen ever, did that mean monetary policy was restricted incredibly? No, as it happens. The central bank’s main job, at least as a financial plan happens to be construed, is to tell apart “supply” from the “demand” motions in the real overall economy. If GDP falls because of “lack of demand,” it’s the Fed’s job to stimulate by lowering interest rates, and then by other means such as QE and speeches.

If GDP falls because of “lack of supply” however, the Fed should not respond, as that will generate stagflation just. It’s very difficult to tell supply from demand in real time. Again Here, most commentary just assumes it’s one or the other, and usually all demand — a failing that is common throughout the financial policy.

Textbook models believe that central banks observe and respond to shocks and know where those shocks come from. Not so in life. This problem came up sharply in the last two times. Pop quiz: How should monetary policy vary in a time of supply-side growth? I bet you said “keep rates lower for longer.” Maybe you’re right. The growth is not just an indication of future inflation, via the usual excess demand – more growth – more inflation channel.