Vladimir Pantyushin

Vladimir.Pantyushin@eu.jll.com

    Vladimir is a recognized expert with over 20 years of experience in research in macroeconomics, capital markets, investment, and real estate. Vladimir has joined JLL in April 2016, where he has held the Head of Research position in 2007-2010, before leaving to take up the role of Chief Economist, Russia & CIS at Barclays Capital. Most recently, Vladimir worked at Sberbank CIB as Senior Strategist. From 2003-2005 he has led the Research department at Rosbank and then was a Chief Economist at Renaissance Capital.
    Vladimir has received several prestigious awards and nominations. He has been voted the best economist in the Institutional Investor All Russia Research Team survey, the ‘Best Russian Real Estate Analyst’ by the Euromoney Real Estate Awards, and has been a member of the top-ranked research teams in Eleonora Surveys.
    He holds a BA in Mathematical Economics from Moscow State University, a MA in International and Development Economics from Yale University and a PhD in Economics from Duke University.

    Blogs by  Vladimir

    Russia: New old challenges

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    Russia’s nascent economic recovery from the 2014-2016 recession and recent stabilisation have been disrupted by fresh US sanctions. The April round has shifted the USD/RUB exchange rate by about 7% weaker, to c.62. The combined impact of the draft bill introduced by a number of US Senators led by Lindsey Graham on 1 August and […]

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    25 or nothing: recent central bank actions

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    The global economy went through another round of central bank policy meetings. The US Federal Reserve (Fed) expectedly hiked its policy rate by 25bp to 1.5-1.75%, the European Central Bank (ECB) and the Bank of England (BoE) stayed on hold, while the Bank of Russia (CBR) cut its key rate, also by 25bp, to 7.25%. […]

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    Russia: (Even) lower inflation, lower interest rates

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    The Bank of Russia (CBR) has just announced the Board decision to cut its key rate by 25bp, from 7.75% to 7.50%. The move was broadly anticipated, although following the January inflation print, some market analysts had called for a 50bp rate cut. Inflation dropped to a new historical low of 2.2% YoY in January […]

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