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April 15 (Bloomberg) -- John Normand, the head of foreign
exchange and international rates strategy at JPMorgan Chase &
Co. in London, says the Federal Reserve unwind from its asset
purchase program will be “fairly disorderly." Normand talks with
Bloomberg’s Tom Keene and Michael McKee on Bloomberg ...
April 15 (Bloomberg) -- Monika Rosen, head of global
research at UniCredit Private Bank, says the need for Europe to
insulate itself from Federal Reserve tighteting “can’t be
underestimated.” Rosen talks with Bloomberg’s Michael McKee on
Bloomberg Radio’s "Bloomberg - The First Word."
Apr. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Howard Davidowitz, chairman of
retail consulting firm Davidowitz & Associates, says stores that
cater to the middle class are “collapsing” and discounters are
on the rise as incomes continue to fall. Davidowitz talks with
Bloomberg’s Tom Keene and Michael McKee on Bloomberg ...
Apr. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Thomas Piketty, economist and author
of “Capital in the Twenty-First Century,” talks about his
research on income inequality. Piketty talks with Bloomberg’s
Tom Keene and Michael McKee on Bloomberg Radio’s "Bloomberg
Surveillance."
Apr. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Gerard Cassidy, managing director of
equity research at RBC Capital Markets, says shares of U.S.
banks will rise 20% to 30% when the Federal Reserve raises
short-term interest rates. Cassidy talks with Bloomberg’s Tom
Keene on Bloomberg Radio’s "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Apr. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Christopher Grisanti, co-founder of
Grisanti Capital Management, says he is “buying industrials like
GM” and “financials are not the place you want to be.” Grisanti
talks with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene and Alix Steel on Bloomberg
Radio’s "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Apr. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Carsten Brzeski, an economist at ING
Group NV in Brussels, says the European Central Bank will avoid
quantitative easing “for as long as possible.” Brzeski talks
with Bloomberg’s Mike McKee on Bloomberg Radio’s "Bloomberg -
The First Word."
Apr. 11 (Bloomberg) -- Larry Downes, co-author of “Big Bang
Disruption: Strategy in the Age of Devestating Innovation,” and
research fellow at the Accenture Institute for High Performance,
weighs in on developing trends in the world of media,
technology, the internet, and commerce broadly to identify ...
Apr. 11 (Bloomberg) -- Adam Posen, an American who sat on
the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee from 2009 to
2012 and is now president of the Peterson Institute for
International Economics in Washington, says U.S. taxpayers
should not be concerned about loaning money to Ukraine through
the ...
Apr. 11 (Bloomberg) -- Chris Whalen, managing director at
Carrington Holding Co., says increased regulation means
“opportunity has been taken off the table” for big banks. Whalen
talks with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene and Scarlet Fu on Bloomberg
Radio’s "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Apr. 11 (Bloomberg) -- Christian Schulz, senior economist
at Berenberg Bank in London, says there is a 25% chance the
European Central Bank will announce quantitative easing at its
June meeting. Schulz talks with Bloomberg’s Bob Moon on
Bloomberg Radio’s "Bloomberg - The First Word."
April 10 (Bloomberg) -- Randall Kroszner, a professor at
the University of Chicago’s Booth School and a former Federal
Reserve governor, says the Dodd-Frank financial reform law
wrongly focuses too much on proprietary trading and “drains
resources” from more important areas. Kroszner talks with
Bloomberg’s ...
April 10 (Bloomberg) -- John Lipsky, a professor at Johns
Hopkins University and former first deputy managing director of
the International Monetary Fund, says the financial reform
agenda initiated after the global financial crisis is “nowhere
near done.” Lipsky talks with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene ...
April 10 (Bloomberg) -- Maya MacGuineas, head of the
Campaign to Fix the Debt, a non-partisan advocacy group whose
members include business leaders and former lawmakers, says
legislators are enacting short-term piecemeal spending plans
because of partisan differences. MacGuineas talks with
Bloomberg’s ...
April 10 (Bloomberg) -- Manoj Ladwa, the head of trading at
TJ Markets in London, says the U.S. economy is “not quite strong
enough to sustain itself” and the Federal Reserve will “push
further back” interest rate policy normalization. Ladwa talks
with Bloomberg’s Bob Moon on Bloomberg Radio’s ...
Apr. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Alejandro Agag, chief executive
officer of Formula E Holdings Ltd., says the aim of the new
Formula E racing circuit - dubbed “the world’s first fully
electric racing series” - is to create the same level of
excitement as traditional petrol-powered Formula One racing and
in ...
Apr. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Dr. Nawal Al-Hosany, Director of
Sustainability at Masdar, also known as the Abu Dhabi Future
Energy Company, says the UAE must leverage the revenues it gets
from oil and gas output to develop renewable energy resources,
domestically and abroad, that will eventually dominate world
energy ...
Apr. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Frank Van Mierlo, chief executive
officer of 1366 Technologies, recounts how he successfully
started and sold a robotics company, retired, and then decided
to start a solar technology company together with MIT Professor
Emanuel Sachs in 2008. He explains how 1366 is using its
trademarked ...
April 9 (Bloomberg) -- David Kotok, the chief investment
officer at Cumberland Advisors, says high speed stock trading is
“an evolution and just one of many” in the stock market. Kotok
talks with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene and Michael McKee on Bloomberg
Radio’s "Bloomberg Surveillance."
April 9 (Bloomberg) -- Ellen Zentner, senior U.S. economist
at Morgan Stanley, says Federal Reserve policymakers risk
recession if they raise interest rates “too aggressively.”
Zentner talks with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene and Michael McKee on
Bloomberg Radio’s "Bloomberg Surveillance."
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