Senior Markets Economist
Jeff Greenberg conducts macroeconomic analysis to identify financial-market trends as a Capital Markets Economist at J.P. Morgan Private Bank. His research spans the globe, and includes both advanced economies and emerging markets, as well as equities, fixed income, and currencies. His research supports the firm’s long-term views and, by extension, influences how client portfolios are positioned. His areas of expertise include monetary policy, inflation, labor markets, housing, and international trade.
Mr. Greenberg first joined J.P. Morgan in 2012 and rejoined the firm in 2017, following two years as a Macro Strategist at UBS, responsible for thematic macro research on G10 economies. He began his Wall Street career as a U.S. Economist for Nomura Securities, providing real-time economic analysis for the firm’s fixed income, currencies, and equities trading desks. He previously conducted research at the Federal Reserve Banks of New York and Boston, the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, and National Public Radio.
Mr. Greenberg earned a master’s degree in International Economics from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) and a B.A. cum laude from Tufts University.
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