Bloomberg News: Episodes

July 23 (Bloomberg) -- Frank Sorrentino, chairman and chief
executive officer of ConnectOne Bancorp Inc., the fourth-largest
bank in New Jersey, and a member of the board of the American
Bankers Association, says the Dodd-Frank bank reform act imposes
an unnecessarily heavy regulatory burden on small ...
July 23 (Bloomberg) -- John Stoltzfus, chief market
strategist, Oppenheimer and Co., says the U.S. economy is not
booming but is strong enough to deliver growth strong enough to
keep the U.S. stock market moving steadily higher. He says
valuations are high but it is still possible to generate alpha,
particular ...
July 23 (Bloomberg) -- Tony Tjan, chief executive officer
at Cue Ball, a venture capital firm around human capital, and
Paul Sweeney, media analyst and director of research at
Bloomberg Intelligence, discuss the key forces driving the
technology world, from the ever-stronger focus on mobile
advertising ...
July 23 (Bloomberg) -- Ernest Patrikis, banking partner at
White & Case, and former general counsel and first vice
president at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and Aaron
Klein, director of the Financial Regulatory Reform Initiative at
the Bipartisan Policy Center, former chief economist for Senator
Chris ...
July 23 (Bloomberg) -- William O’Neill, partner at Logic
Advisors, says neither the Israeli invasion of the Gaza Strip
nor the intensified fighting in eastern Ukraine has caused a
major move in crude oil prices because neither situation is
likely to disrupt the flow of oil from the Middle East to the
rest ...
July 23 (Bloomberg) -- Linda O’Koniewski, broker at RE/MAX
Leading Edge, says the RE/MAX Collection Luxury Housing Report
for Massachusetts shows sales of homes priced at $3 million and
higher are up more 35% year over year. She says one big driver
is Chinese nationals who have young children now ...
July 23 (Bloomberg) -- Larry Haverty, portfolio manager at
GAMCO Investors Inc., says Apple’s progress in Asia is "nothing
less than remarkable." Haverty talks with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene
and Michael McKee on Bloomberg Radio’s "Bloomberg Surveillance."
July 23 (Bloomberg) -- Timothy Snyder, professor of history
at Yale University, says Russia is trying to run the war with
Ukraine without taking responsibility for it, and the downing of
Malaysian Air Flight MH17 is a direct result. Snyder talks with
Bloomberg’s Tom Keene and Michael McKee on Bloomberg ...
July 23 (Bloomberg) -- Kate Moore, chief investment
strategist at J.P. Morgan Chase Private Bank, says recent
geopolitical events have caused investors to become fatigued by
"tail risks" and focus more on fundamentals. Moore talks with
Bloomberg’s Tom Keene and Michael McKee on Bloomberg Radio’s
"Bloomberg ...
July 23 (Bloomberg) -- Jane Foley, senior foreign-exchange
strategist at Rabobank International, says the possibility for
volatility to rise and the Bank of England and the Federal
Reserve to hike rates will increase in 2015. Foley talks with
Bloomberg’s Bob Moon on Bloomberg Radio’s "Bloomberg - ...
July 22 (Bloomberg) -- Cal Jillson, professor of Political
Science at Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences at Southern
Methodist University, says that Texas Governor Rick Perry’s
decision to send 1000 National Guard troops to the Mexican
border is playing differently across the state. He notes ...
July 22 (Bloomberg) -- Charles Biderman, founder and
chairman of TrimTabs Investment Research Inc., says the Bureau
of Labor Statistics tally of growth in non-farm payrolls is
based on a limited, small sample of firms and as a result
overstating the health of the labor market. He says his
proprietary ...
July 22 (Bloomberg) -- Bill Greiner, chief investment
officer of Mariner Wealth Advisors, says market internals are
signalling that the secular bull market in U.S. stocks, which
started two years ago, is still in place. He says the broakder
market went sideways in the first and second quarters of the
year ...
July 22 (Bloomberg) -- David Berson, senior vice president
and chief economist at Nationwide Insurance, and former chief
economist at Fannie Mae, says the 2.6% increase in June existing
home sales is another sign that the recovery in the U.S. housing
market continues as the job market strengthens. He ...
July 22 (Bloomberg) -- Anders Åslund, Senior Fellow,
Peterson Institute for Internation Economics, says the sanctions
imposed on Russia by the U.S. and European Union are hitting the
economy and wealthy business people hard, and there’s talk that
if this continues it could spur some kind of backlash ...
July 22 (Bloomberg) -- Arthur Levitt former chairman of the
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, says the concepts of
the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act
have to be broadened to include an international marketplace and
that we should stop believing there is a "universal ...
July 22 (Bloomberg) -- Jonathan Golub, managing director
and chief U.S. market strategist of RBC Capital Markets LLC,
says U.S. gross domestic product is in a 2.5 to 3 percent "sweet
spot" which means the likelihood of a recession is much lower
than normal. Golub talks with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene and ...
July 22 (Bloomberg) -- Jeffrey Rosenberg, managing director
and chief investment strategist for fixed income at BlackRock
Inc., says liquidity in bond markets is lower than in the equity
markets. Rosenberg talks with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene and Scarlet
Fu on Bloomberg Radio’s "Bloomberg Surveillance."
July 22 (Bloomberg) -- Richard Haass, president of the
Council on Foreign Relations, says "not every problem is ripe
for resolution" and the conflicts in the Middle East will
probably continue for a long time. Haass talks with Bloomberg’s
Tom Keene and Scarlet Fu on Bloomberg Radio’s "Bloomberg
July 22 (Bloomberg) -- Gene Munster, managing director and
senior research analyst at Piper Jaffray Cos., says three new
Apple products will be introduced by the end of the
year, improving the company’s stock price. Munster talks with
Bloomberg’s Bob Moon on Bloomberg Radio’s "Bloomberg - The First
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