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One of the most iconic brands in finance returns for today's issues and today's media world. David Westin hosts a new look at the financial stories that shape our world as seen through the eyes of people whose perspective we value. Each week, join David as he sits down with newsmakers and a rotating panel of influential voices including thought leaders, CEOs, policy makers and economists.
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Wall Street Week is the revival of iconic financial TV program Wall $treet Week with Louis Rukeyser, which aired on PBS for 32 years. The show is "about anything that effects people and their money" and focuses on long-term investing. Now airs 8 PM ET Friday nights on the Fox Business Network.
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Mary Daly, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President shares the factors on her economic dashboard that will tell her when it is time to cut rates. Barbara Reinhard, Voya CIO takes us through this week in the markets and anticipates the Fed's next move. Nadeem Meghji, Blackstone Global Co-Head of Real Estat…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Joshua Friedman, Canyon Partners Co-founder and Co-CEO tells us about opportunities in distressed investing. Alicia Levine, BNY Mellon Head of Investment Strategy breaks down the AI-fueled rise in the technology sector. Paul Romer, Nobel Prize-winning economist draws the distinction between trade of goods versus…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Lawrence H. Summers, Former Treasury Secretary & Wall Street Week contributor tells us why he thinks there is a meaningful chance that the Fed's next move could be upwards. Lisa Erickson, US Bank Wealth Management Head of Public Markets Group dives into how the market is pricing in the Fed's next move. Robert St…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Scott Chronert, Citi U.S. Equity Strategist explains why investors should throw out historical playbooks on election risk. Julian Salisbury, Sixth Street Co-CIO tells us about the rise of alternative investing on Wall Street. Scott Bessent, Key Square Capital CEO & CIO explains why he believes we might currently…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Peter Kraus, Aperture Investors Founder and CEO and Sonal Desai, Franklin Templeton Fixed Income CIO weigh the Fed's plans to cur rates following a blowout January jobs report. Chris Miller, Chip War author describes the global push by governments to invest in advanced chips. Paul Krugman, Nobel Laureate in Econ…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Saira Malik, Nuveen CIO tells us about election risks to markets around the world. Sharmin Mossavar-Rahmani, Goldman SachsWealth Management Group CIO makes the case for overweight us equites. Robert Rubin, Former US Treasury Secretary tells us what we can learn from the factors that influenced the Clinton admini…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Peter Borish Computer Trading Chairman & CEO looks ahead to the timing of more Fed cuts. Lawrence H. Summers, Former US Treasury Secretary tells us where he sees US fiscal policy going over the long-term. Blair Effron, Centerview Partners Co-Founder & Partner tells us when he expects mergers and acquisitions to …
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Larry Fink, BlackRock Chairman and CEO and Adebayo Ogunlesi, Global Infrastructure Partners Chairman and CEO tell us about their major bet on infrastructure. Kristen Bitterly, Citi Global Wealth Management Head of North America tells us why her clients are more focused on geopolitics this year, and Steve Rattner…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, David Bianco, DWS CIO addresses some of the economic concerns he sees in 2024. Lawrence H. Summers, Former US Treasury Secretary gives us his reaction to the most recent US jobs numbers. Bloomberg International Economics and Policy Correspondent Michael McKee dives into the upcoming election and how it might imp…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Chris Ailman, CalSTRS CIO recaps the "incredible year" for US equities. Lawrence H. Summers, Former US Treasury Secretary tells us why he believes the chances of a soft landing have improved. Mary Lovely, Peterson Institute Senior Fellow explains the difficulty China has faced in its post-Covid recovery. Scott B…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Barbara Reinhard, Voya CIO and Head of Asset Allocation predicts that the US is unlikely to enter a recession in 2023. Sam Palmisano, Former IBM CEO outlines the challenges of valuing data and the standards that can help ensure ethical use of data. Rick Rieder, BlackRock CIO of Global Fixed Income says the Fed's…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Lawrence H. Summers, Former US Treasury Secretary tells us why we shouldn't read too much into the strong jobs data. Erin Browne, PIMCO Multi-Asset Strategies Portfolio Manager tells us why jobs data is quelling recessionary fears. Vimal Kapur, Honeywell CEO, outlines his plans to grow the company with his first…
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Reports of crimes targeting Jews, Muslims and Arabs have risen around the world in since the Oct. 7 Hamas attack on Israel, and the Israeli military’s retaliatory operation in Gaza. While previous conflicts in the Middle East also sparked a backlash outside the region, this time it is more intense and the wave of hate may be far from cresting, acco…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Catherine Keating, BNY Wealth Management CEO explains what the markets got wrong about November. Lawrence H. Summers, Former US Treasury Secretary, discusses his opportunity to help oversee OpenAI, and the legacies of Henry Kissinger & Charlie Munger. Joseph Sitt, Thor Equities Founder & Chairman, takes us throu…
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Henry Kissinger, the child refugee who rose to become US Secretary of State and defined American foreign policy during the 1970s with his strategies to end the Vietnam War and contain communist countries, has died. He was 100. Not long before his passing, Kissinger sat down with Bloomberg Editor-in-Chief John Micklethwait for an extended conversati…
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On this special edition of Wall Street Week, we take a look at some of the most memorable conversations of 2023. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell tells us what lies ahead for the Fed's fight to control inflation, and Former US Treasury Secretary Lawrence H. Summers says that the Fed needs to start responding to the country's fiscal problem. Inco…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Peter Borish, Computer Trading CEO and Saira Malik, Nuveen CIO break down the better-than-expected inflation numbers this week. Daniel Senor, Author of "The Genius of Israel" dissects into the economic effects of the Israel-Hamas war. Tony James, Jefferson River Capital Chairman walks through the evolution of pr…
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Matt Miller and Hannah Elliott have a new podcast focused on cars. Listen for drive reviews, news updates and dealership details from auto industry insiders. If you like this episode, download more and subscribe on Apple, Spotify or anywhere you get your podcasts. Apple: http://apple.co/4935eTf Spotify: http://spoti.fi/3MaWkJT Anywhere: http://bit.…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Sonal Desai, Franklin Templeton Fixed Income CIO explains why the Moody's cut to its US outlook is not likely to be important to holders of US debt. Michael Spence, Nobel Laureate in Economics and Stanford Business School Dean Emeritus says that AI will be a powerful digital assistant. Afsaneh Beschloss, RockCre…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Cecilia Rouse, Former Council of Economic Advisers Chair explains why we are seeing the US labor market slow down. Scott Chronert, Citi US Equity Strategist breaks down the cross-asset rally after the Fed pause and cooling jobs data. Steve Rattner, Willett Advisors Chairman & CEO tells us what the UAW agreements…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Evercore Founder and Senior Chairman Roger Altman tells us why the era of ultra-low interest rates is over. Former US ambassador to Israel Thomas Nides still hopes a normalization of US-Saudi-Israeli relations is possible. Wells Fargo Head of Equity Strategy Christopher Harvey and Citi Global Wealth Head of Inve…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell tells us why he thinks monetary policy is not too tight. Janice Eberly, Kellogg School of Management Senior Associate Dean for Strategy and Academics and Former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy tells us why Chair Powell's assessment of the pandemic-era p…
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Speaking at the Economic Club of New York, Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell suggested the Fed could hold interest rates steady again at its next meeting. But, he warned a future hike isn't out of the question. Powell sat down for an exclusive conversation with Bloomberg Wall Street Week host David Westin, following his remarks. See omnystudio.co…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Richard Haass, Council on Foreign Relations President Emeritus says Israel needs a Palestinian state. Mona Mahajan, Edward Jones Senior Investment Strategist explains why Treasuries might remain elevated. Lawrence H. Summers, Former US Treasury Secretary explains why he was disappointed with Harvard's initial re…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, David Bianco, DWS Americas CIO & Liz Ann Sonders, Charles Schwab Chief Investment Strategist debate the likelihood of another Fed rate hike. Ray Dalio, Bridgewater Associates Founder, explains why he believes that cash is no longer trash. Glenn Hubbard, Former Council of Economic Advisers Chairman proposes solut…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Rebecca Patterson, Former Bridgewater Chief Investment Strategist tells us why many people might be coming to terms with higher-for-longer rates. Purnima Puri, HPS Head of Liquid Credit, says not all private credit is alike. Michael McKee, Bloomberg International Economics and Policy Correspondent takes us throu…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Peter Kraus, Aperture Investors Chairman & CEO and Sarah Ketterer, Causeway Capital CEO tell us why the Fed's plan to raise rates in unlikely to hurt the economy. Jose Minaya, Nuveen CEO, makes the case for investing in alternatives in a higher-for-longer environment. Steve Rattner, Willett Advisors Chairman & C…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Savita Subramanian, BofA Head of US Equity and Quantitative Strategy tells us why the UAW auto strike is more evidence of closing the wealth gap. Marty Chavez, Sixth Street Partners Vice Chairman explains the strategies the financial services world should employ when adopting AI. Ruth Simmons, Former Brown Unive…
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Bloomberg News Now is a comprehensive audio report on today's top stories. Listen for the latest news, whenever you want it, covering global business stories around the world. Listen and Subscribe on: Apple: apple.co/3Eyz9EX Spotify: spoti.fi/45IG5LR Anywhere: bit.ly/460OMka See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Kristina Hooper, Invesco Chief Global Market Strategist dives into the likelihood of a soft landing after hotter-than-expected ISM services data. Niall Ferguson, Hoover Institution Senior Fellow warns of catastrophic effects without swift regulation of artificial intelligence. Peter Stavros, KKR Global Co-Head o…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Peter Borish, Computer Trading Corporation CEO tells us why the cooling labor market doesn't automatically suggest a Fed pause. Lawrence H. Summers, Former Treasury Secretary says that the August jobs report shows a step down the path to a hard landing. Chris Miller, "Chip War" author discusses who is leading th…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Lori Calvasina, RBC Capital Head of US Equity Strategy and Scott Chronert, Citi US Equity Strategist tell us about the paradigm shift we can expect to see in a higher-rates environment. Afsaneh Beschloss, RockCreek Founder & CEO says new entrants to BRICS don't have much in common with one other, and Eric Cantor…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Chris Ailman, CalSTRS CIO and Sonal Desai, Franklin Templeton Fixed Income CIO tell us why they believe the US consumer might weaken. Steve Rattner, Willett Advisors CEO and Lawrence H. Summers, Former Treasury Secretary explain why we might be in a goldilocks moment with inflation. See omnystudio.com/listener f…
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Former President Trump has been indicted for a fourth time. Here's everything you need to know about the new charges. For more podcasts like this, and the news you need to start your day, subscribe to the Bloomberg Daybreak Podcast: Apple: http://bit.ly/3DWYoAN Spotify: http://bit.ly/3jGRYiB Anywhere: http://bit.ly/3J1bct9 See omnystudio.com/listen…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Kristin Bitterly, Citi Head of North America Investments and Liz Ann Sonders, Charles Schwab Chief Investment Strategist tell us why they see a rolling earnings recession. George Pyne, Bruin Capital Founder & CEO explains how fragmentation is leading to a realignment in college football. Deborah Lehr, Paulson In…
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On this special edition of Wall Street Week, Bloomberg's David Westin spoke with key players in economic policy and business as they gathered in Colorado for the 2023 Aspen Economic Strategy Group Conference. Cecilia Rouse, Former Council of Economic Advisers Chair tells us why a little cooling is essential for the US labor market. Lawrence H. Summ…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Greg Peters, PGIM Fixed Income Co-CIO dives into the BOJ's surprise to investors. Laura Tyson, UC Berkeley Haas School of Business Professor tells us why productivity gains from AI might help deliver a soft landing. Michael McKee, Bloomberg's International & Economic Policy Correspondent explains how the Fed and…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Kristina Hooper, Invesco Chief Global Market Strategist & Saira Malik, Nuveen CIO discuss the likelihood of a soft landing ahead of the Fed's closely watched July decision. Dennis Arfa, Artist Group International Founder examines the effect Taylor Swift has had on the music business. Michael McKee, Bloomberg's I…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Dennis DeBusschere, 22V Research President, Partner and Chief Market Strategist and Mona Mahajan, Edward Jones Senior Investment Strategist dive into the odds of a soft landing. Kathryn Judge, Columbia Law School Professor breaks down the potential impact of higher capital requirements on banks' willingness to l…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, David Bianco, DWS Group Americas CIO dives into the bond markets' reaction to the June jobs report. Lawrence H. Summers, Former US Treasury Secretary gives us his thoughts on US jobs growth and inflation. We take a look at China's economic growth since the Reagan era with Bloomberg International Economics and Po…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Rebecca Patterson, Former Bridgewater Associates Chief Investment Strategist dives into China's global growth and what it means for the US economy. Blackstone CFO Michael Chae makes the case that AI will give private markets an edge over public markets. We take a look at why markets were muted in the face of a m…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Christopher Ailman, CalSTRS CIO & Sarah Ketterer, Causeway Capital CEO dive into the sputtering equity rally and recession risks. Steve Pagliuca, Bain Capital Senior Advisor and Boston Celtics Co-Owner discusses rise in valuations of basketball and soccer teams and Ruchir Sharma, Rockefeller International Chairm…
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On this edition of Wall Street Week, Sonal Desai, Franklin Templeton Fixed Income CIO & Tracy Alloway, Bloomberg News Managing Editor dive into the enthusiasm around AI. C.S. Venkatakrishnan, Barclays CEO shares his thoughts on UBS's takeover of Credit Suisse and Robert Sulentic, CBRE CEO discusses the effect rates will have on commercial real esta…
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