2023 saw China reopen for business post-pandemic, U.S. President Joe Biden and China's President Xi Jinping meet face-to-face in San Francisco and low growth and high inflation almost everywhere.
So what might 2024 hold for the world? There will certainly be political changes, as countries with more than half the world's populations send their citizens to the polls including the U.S., the EU, India, Russia and the UK. Economically, many hope 2024 will also be the year interest rates start to fall once again. And of course it's a huge sporting year – with an Olympics in Paris and the men's football Euros in Germany.
To look ahead to what we might expect from the year ahead, in this episode of The Agenda, Juliet Mann is joined by the President of the Club de Madrid, Danilo Turk, Alicia García Herrero, Chief Economist for Asia Pacific at French investment bank Natixis, and Sporting experts Mihir Bose and Jordan Jarrett-Bryan.