Industry Intersections

Global instability through an industry lens

 

Navigating global instability

 

Inflation continues to rise, and the Fed is cracking down aggressively. A world recovering from the pandemic is now reeling from a war in Europe. Employers are still struggling to find workers. COVID has China locking down again. In Industry Intersections, Grant Thornton Chief Economist Diane Swonk and three of our industry leaders discuss how the banking, energy and manufacturing sectors are managing risks in an increasingly unstable world.

 

Banking

What do rising interest rates, complex sanctions, new ESG disclosures and other complexities mean for banks?

Energy

The invasion of Ukraine is scrambling energy markets, driving inflation and pushing renewables. How will energy companies adapt?

Manufacturing

Inflation and instability are roiling the complex network of inputs and outputs manufacturers must manage. Now what?

 
 

Ukraine to inflation: Banking in a world of uncertainty

 

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From inflation to sanctions to ESG, where should banks focus now?

 
 

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Ukraine to inflation: Banking in a world of uncertainty

 
 

Long-term U.S. strategic energy policy needed

 

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How can energy companies respond to markets scrambled by the Ukraine invasion?

 
 

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Long-term U.S. strategic energy policy needed

 
 

Manufacturers can cut stress with these moves

 

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Supply chain disruption, inflation, workforce shortages: How should manufacturers react?

 
 

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Leadership team