World Economic Forum Annual Meeting

20—23 January 2016 Davos-Klosters, Switzerland

Davos

Last update: 22 Jan 19:05 UTC

Friday's highlights:

Coming up on Saturday:

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07:41 UTC

The Year Ahead: The Economic Outlook for the Eurozone

ECB President Mario Draghi is likely to be asked about his comments yesterday on possible fresh monetary stimulus for the Eurozone. The FT has a piece on those comments, and this Bruegel chart provides some useful background on inflation rates:


And if you'd like some in-depth reading on the future of interest rates around the world, try this: Can we predict where interest rates are headed?

07:54 UTC

The Year Ahead: The Economic Outlook for the Eurozone

Apologies for the delay on this session - we'll bring it to you as soon as we can.

07:59 UTC

The Year Ahead: The Economic Outlook for the Eurozone

We're still waiting for this session to begin. Why not take the time to brush up on your knowledge of economic stimulus: A beginner’s guide to quantitative easing

08:03 UTC

The Year Ahead: The Economic Outlook for the Eurozone

And the session with Mario Draghi is now live - watch in the video player above.

08:26 UTC

The Year Ahead: The Economic Outlook for the Eurozone

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi on stimulus, economic recovery, monetary policy and refugees:

08:33 UTC

Live tweeting

Did you know you can follow many of our sessions live on Twitter? Follow our live tweeting account @Davos for all of the key quotes.

08:39 UTC

Send your questions for Sheryl Sandberg and Mary Barra

Our live Facebook chat starts in around 20 minutes. Keep sending us your questions to put to Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and General Motors CEO Mary Barra. Watch it live on our Facebook page.

08:51 UTC

Facebook live chats

We have two great Facebook live chats coming up shortly - Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and General Motors CEO Mary Barra are live in 10 minutes. And we'll have World Bank President Jim Yong Kim in around 45 minutes. Just go to our Facebook page to watch live - and be sure to send your comments and questions.

09:07 UTC

Sheryl Sandberg and Mary Barra Facebook live chat

Our live Facebook chat with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and General Motors CEO Mary Barra can now be seen at 10.30am CET - in around 25 minutes.

World Bank President Jim Yong Kim will now be live at 10.45am CET.

09:14 UTC

Securing the Middle East and North Africa

Iraqi Prime Minister Haïdar Al Abadi and President of the Council of Ministers of Lebanon, Tammam Saeb Salam will be appearing in this session in around 15 minutes.

09:30 UTC

The Year Ahead: The Economic Outlook for the Eurozone

We had a technical issue showing this session in full earlier - you can now watch the full interview with ECP President Mario Draghi on this page.

09:39 UTC

Forum Debate: The Global Debt Dilemma

Is the world too indebted? Here are some of the key insights from this session a short time ago:

09:40 UTC

Securing the Middle East and North Africa

This session is just starting now - you can watch it live in the video player above.

09:45 UTC

Robot reading

The ever-popular Hubo has been taking a well-deserved break.

09:49 UTC

Jim Yong Kim live Facebook chat

The World Bank President is answering your questions live on Facebook now.

09:51 UTC

Europe at a Tipping Point

"With a crisis at Europe’s borders as it tries to control the influx of refugees and to prevent terrorist attacks, how can Europe protect itself without betraying its values?"

This debate session starts in 10 minutes, moderated by the BBC's Lyse Doucet with Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski and French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron on the panel.

Read our explainer for more on Europe's challenges: What’s next for Europe?

10:05 UTC

Securing the Middle East and North Africa

Key quotes from the session so far (watch live in the video player above):

10:07 UTC

Europe at a Tipping Point

This session has just started - join the debate by watching in the video player above.

10:19 UTC

John Kerry: Special Address

The US Secretary of State will make his special address at Davos in around 10 minutes.

Before he starts, read what US Vice-President Joe Biden said in his address earlier in the week.

10:43 UTC

John Kerry: Special Address

The US Secretary of State is just about to give his special address - watch it live in the video player above.

11:10 UTC

Europe at a Tipping Point

A selection of the best quotes from this lively debate (which will be available to watch again in full here shortly.)

11:37 UTC

Special Address with John Kerry

Here are some of the key quotes from the US Secretary of State's address:

12:15 UTC

Press Conference with the President of Argentina

The recently elected President of Argentina, Mauricio Macri, is about to speak - watch in the video player above, and follow our live tweets on @Davos.

12:18 UTC

An Insight, An Idea with Kevin Spacey

Kevin Spacey's interview is just beginning. Watch it in the video player above.

13:32 UTC

Special Conversation with Enrique Peña Nieto, President of Mexico

Enrique Peña Nieto has just started speaking - watch this session in the video player above.

14:02 UTC

An Insight, An Idea with Kevin Spacey

Kevin Spacey on the power of the arts:

14:37 UTC

Progress towards Parity

Some more reading for you ahead of this session, which starts in 20 minutes. In case you missed it earlier, the panel includes Melinda Gates, Sheryl Sandberg and Justin Trudeau.

Our Global Gender Gap Report 2015 explores the level of gender inequality around the world. Find out how your country fares in this interactive map taken from the report:

14:55 UTC

Special 10th Anniversary Celebration of the (RED) Campaign

The (RED) Campaign was launched in Davos a decade ago, with the mission to see an AIDS-free generation in our lifetime. Since then it's raised $350 million dollars and impacted 60 million lives.

There was a special session to celebrate the anniversary here in Davos this afternoon:

15:03 UTC

Progress towards Parity

Starting now: Melinda Gates, Sheryl Sandberg and Justin Trudeau on closing the gender gap. Watch in the video player above.

15:25 UTC

The Internet of Things Is Here

How is the 'internet of things' changing the global economy? This session begins in 20 minutes - in the meantime, read more on the future of the internet.

15:39 UTC

Progress towards Parity

The gender gap session has been lively - here are some of the best quotes so far:

16:38 UTC

The Global Security Outlook

What are the new global security priorities? NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg is on the panel for this session, starting in around 20 minutes.

You can find lots of useful background information in our latest Global Risks Report, which explores the biggest threats to the world in 2016. Read more here.

18:00 UTC

The Global Security Outlook

This session's key quotes:

19:05 UTC

End of day 3

That's the end of day 3 here in Davos. Take a look back at the best quotes of the day, and the best videos of the day. Don't forget you can watch full sessions again in the video player above, and there's always more to read on Agenda.

Join us first thing on Saturday morning for the fourth and final day of our Annual Meeting.

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