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- no286https://dts.podtrac.com/redirect.mp3/traffic.libsyn.com/secure/hiddenforces/Ep.286_Dinny_McMahon__Diana_Choyleva_Main_Feed_12-5-22.mp3https://hiddenforces.io/wp-content/uploads/securepdfs/2022/12/HFT_PREMIUM_EP_286.pdfhttps://hiddenforces.io/wp-content/uploads/securepdfs/2022/12/HF_IR_286.pdfDiana Choyleva & Dinny McMahonDiana Choyleva is a leading expert on China’s economy and politics. She is Chief Economist at Enodo Economics, an independent macroeconomic and political forecasting company she set up in 2016 to untangle complexity, challenge the consensus, and give pointers to the future by making sense of today. Enodo’s focus is China, one of the most misunderstood economies in the world, yet one of the most important to figure out. Diana has been covering China for over two decades and has written three books. In 2022, she co-authored ‘China’s Quest for Financial Self-reliance How Beijing Plans to Decouple from the Dollar-Based Global Trading and Financial System’; in 2011 ‘The American Phoenix – and Why China and Europe Will Struggle After the Coming Slump’; and in 2006 ‘The Bill from the China Shop – How Asia’s Savings Glut Threatens the World Economy’. For 16 years prior she worked at Lombard Street Research (now TS Lombard), most recently as their Chief Economist and Head of Research, setting the agenda for the firm’s team of economists and strategists while conducting her own global analysis. She joined LSR after completing her master’s degree in Economics at Warwick University in 2000 and became an executive director in 2005. Diana headed the firm’s UK Service from 2005 until 2009. Between 2010 and 2013 she was based in Hong Kong overseeing LSR’s expansion in Asia. Diana writes regular opinion pieces for the Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, Nikkei Asian Review, Foreign Policy etc. She has extensive global experience engaging with all manner of audiences and is a regular commentator on Bloomberg, the BBC, CNBC and others. Dinny McMahon is an expert on China’s financial system who has spent more than 15 years working on issues relating to China’s banks and capital markets. He is the author of ‘China’s Great Wall of Debt– Shadow Banks, Ghost Cities, Massive Loans, and the End of the Chinese Miracle,’ a bottom-up look at the mechanics of China’s political economy which he wrote while a fellow at the Wilson Center. He lived for 13 years in China, including three years studying Chinese and 10 years working as a financial journalist. His time as a reporter was spent in Beijing as the Wall Street Journal’s banking and finance correspondent, and in Shanghai with Dow Jones Newswires, for whom he covered China’s fledgling foreign exchange markets.yes270914