Media & Events

SGH Macro Advisors hosts private roundtable meetings and events for clients and senior policymakers and will on occasion share its insights and grant interviews to selective media upon request.  Contact us for more information.

Bloomberg Radio - March 27, 2014
Sassan Ghahramani, president and chief executive officer of SGH Macro Advisors, says European Central Bank President Mario Draghi will make it clear at the central bank's next...
Bloomberg - March 20, 2014
Putin’s strategy is aimed at influencing the Ukrainian presidential election due on May 25, and its outcome may change his calculations, according to SGH Macro Advisors, a New York-based research group. Russia would be most comfortable with Yulia Tymoshenko, the former premier who was freed from jail last month after the fall of Yanukovych, SGH said in a March 17 report. Even a victory by Vitali Klitschko, a former boxing champion and one of the pro-Western political leaders, may allow for a thaw in relations with Moscow, it said.
February 12, 2014
SGH CEO Ghahramani Moderates and SGH Co-Hosts St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank President James Bullard and Peterson Institute’s Nicolas Veron at the New York Stock Exchange with the European- American Chamber of Commerce
Bloomberg TV - February 12, 2014
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard and Nicolas Veron, a fellow at the Bruegel research group, participate in a panel discussion about the global economy, financial markets, and central bank policies. Sassan Ghahramani of SGH Macro Advisors moderates the discussion at the European American Chamber of Commerce's Annual Economic Update organized by the EACC in New York and hosted at the New York Stock Exchange.
Fox Business - January 21, 2014
"The Fed's next challenge is not over tapering, it's over rates and guidance," said Sassan Ghahramani, CEO of New York-based SGH Macro Advisors, which advises hedge funds." "It's a corollary of quantitative easing and easy money going to emerging markets," said Ghahramani. "Now that there is less of that QE and easy money, where does it come out of? It comes first out of those markets."
November 22, 2013
SGH Hosts Luncheon Roundtable with renowned Iran expert Carnegie Endowment for Peace’s Karim Sadjadpour
Wall Street Journal - September 12, 2013
However, the Fed next week may start off with a smaller reduction of $10 billion to $15 billion in its asset purchases, compared with previous market expectations of a $20 billion reduction or more, said Mr. Ghahramani, who is president and chief executive officer of SGH Macro Advisors. “They’re going to go ahead and get going with it in September, but go with a smaller number and then try to offset it with the promise to keep rates low in the future,” he predicted. That should help create a relatively “benign” market environment compared to the turmoil seen in emerging-market currencies and fixed income this summer after the Fed signaled possible tapering, he said. But in that environment, the U.S. dollar may not have as much room to rally strongly and could even weaken some, Mr. Ghahramani said. Instead, Mr. Ghahramani said he favors the Australian dollar, citing hopes for better government management of Australia’s slowing economy and signs of economic recovery in China.
Bloomberg Radio - July 30, 2013
Sassan Ghahramani, president and chief executive officer at SGH Macro Advisors, says that instead of pushing for a'' grand bargain'' President Obama will take on the issue...
Bloomberg Radio - July 15, 2013
Sassan Ghahramani, president and chief executive officer of SGH Macro Advisors, says the Federal Reserve is set to begin tapering off on its asset purchases slowly in...
Reuters - July 12, 2013
In just a week, European Central Bank policymakers have blurred their forward guidance on interest rates with a cacophony of comment that risks undermining the ploy.
Bloomberg Radio - March 6, 2013
Sassan Gharamani, president and chief executive officer of SGH Macro Advisors, discusses the muted reaction in financial markets to sequestration, and why investors' focus has turned to the continuing resolution to fund the government when existing authority expires later this month. Gharamani talks with Bloomberg's Kathleen Hays and Vonnie Quinn on Bloomberg Radio's "The Hays Advantage."
The Telegraph - December 8, 2012
"Athens put forth a reasonable if not generous offer for hedge funds to participate," Sassan Ghahramani, chief executive at New York-based Macro Advisers, a hedge fund consultancy, said on Friday. "I expect there will be strong participation from hedge funds, tendering a substantial portion of their Greek bond holdings," he said.
Wall Street Journal - September 27, 2012
Sassan Ghahramani, an adviser to hedge funds and asset managers, said investors were likely cheered by evidence that Spain is making progress toward making an aid request, something they believe is inevitable. "Markets, what they see is that this will allow the government to request a bailout without further conditions," Mr. Ghahramani said.
Bloomberg Radio - September 26, 2012
Yannis Ioannides, professor of economics at Tufts University, Sassan Ghahramani, president and chief executive officer of SGH Macro Advisors, Edward Hugh, author of the Economonitor blog and Bloomberg reporters Tom Stoukas in Athens and Angeline Benoit in Madrid discuss the Greek budget, protests in Madrid and other developments in Europe. They speak with Bloomberg's Carol Massar and Michael McKee on "Bloomberg On the Economy."
September 25, 2012
SGH Hosts Luncheon Roundtable with influential Federal Reserve policy adviser and leading monetary economist Professor Michael Woodford
Russia Today - September 7, 2012
China has a serious financial and geo-political rivalry with Japan, says founder and CEO of financial analysis firm SGH Macro Advisors, Sassan Ghahramani. Beijing feels it’s winning the rivalry and is ready to extend its influence into the southern part of the Asian hemisphere, he said amidst the ongoing APEC summit. Ghahramani spoke with RT about China’s relationship with Tokyo and Moscow.
Bloomberg TV - August 6, 2012
SGH Macro Advisors' Sassan Ghahramani talks about the Irish economy and the European debt crisis. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart."
Bloomberg TV - August 6, 2012
SGH Macro Advisors' Sassan Ghahramani talks about the Europe and Asian impact on earnings. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart."
Bloomberg Radio - July 23, 2012
Sassan Ghahramani, President and Chief Executive Officer of SGH Macro Advisors, says there is no `quick solution' to the eurozone crisis. Ghahramani speaks with Bloomberg's Carol Massar and Michael McKee on "Bloomberg On the Economy."
CBS News - June 16, 2012
An election seen as critical for the economy of Greece and important to the European Union and U.S. is set for Sunday. Clarissa Ward reports, then Rebecca Jarvis speaks with SGH Macro Advisors President and CEO Sassan Ghahramani.