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Beth Ann Bovino
U.S. Deputy Chief Economist
Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services
Beth Ann Bovino is the U.S. Deputy Chief Economist at Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services, based in New York. In this position, she develops S&P’s U.S. economic forecasts and authors the monthly U.S. Economic Forecast, the quarterly U.S. Risks To The Forecast, the weekly Financial Notes and the Weekly Economics Call. Beth Ann has created Industry Drivers reports for analyst research. She is quoted regularly in the press and has appeared on many major television programs. Further, she has written many articles for popular and professional publications.
Before joining Standard & Poor’s in February 2004, Beth Ann spent over ten years doing economic and market research with Sungard Institutional Brokerage, UBS Warburg, and the Federal Reserve.
Beth Ann holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, a master’s degree in International and Development Economics from Yale University and a Ph.D. in Economics from Columbia University.
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Perhaps with an eye toward the America’s Cup yacht sailing races set for September, U.S. financial markets have ventured into rough seas. Volatility has returned as investors try to gauge what mixed reports mean for the economy in the midst of cooling headwinds coming out of Washington. Varied signals are making it harder for investors […]
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As the rebound in the U.S. housing market continues to strengthen, with annualized prices rising more than 10% nationally in March and April, some market watchers have begun to warn of a reinflation of the property bubble that burst in 2007 and led to the country’s worst economic slump since the Great Depression. Standard & […]
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