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July 3 (Bloomberg) -- Arthur Levitt, former chairman of the
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, says the White House
has done "very little" to address issues related to Wall Street
and that the real work is being done by the House Financial
Services Committee and the Senate Banking Committee. Levitt
talks ...
July 3 (Bloomberg) -- Tony Dwyer, equity strategist and
managing director of Canaccord Genuity Securities LLC, says that
despite common sentiment, the current economic cycle is normal
and interest rates will increase. Dwyer talks with Bloomberg’s
Tom Keene and Michael McKee on Bloomberg Radio’s "Bloomberg
Surveillance." ...
July 3 (Bloomberg) -- Bill Gross, co-chief investment
officer and managing director of Pacific Investment Management
Company, says wage growth that is keeping inflation below the
Federal Reserve’s target will keep the central bank on course
for slow and below-average interest-rate rises. Gross talks ...
July 3 (Bloomberg) -- Jim Glassman, senior economist at
JPMorgan Chase & Co., says moderate wage growth is evidence
there is still “an awful lot” of unemployment. Glassman talks
with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene and Michael McKee on Bloomberg
Radio’s "Bloomberg Surveillance."
July 3 (Bloomberg) -- Alan Krueger, a Princeton University
professor and former chairman of the White House Council of
Economic Advisers, says the U.S. “is one of the most unequal
countries on the planet.” He also says he is “optimistic” about
the June U.S. employment report. Bloomberg Economics ...
July 3 (Bloomberg) -- Irene Finel-Honigman, professor at
the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia
University, says European Central Bank President Mario Draghi is
not likely to take any big steps on monetary policy at
tomorrow’s meeting. She says lofty levels of unemployment in
peripheral ...
July 3 (Bloomberg) -- Michala Marcussen, global head of
economics research at Societe Generale SA, discusses the June
employment report and says she believes wages will accelerate.
Marcussen talks with Bloomberg’s Bob Moon on Bloomberg Radio’s
"Bloomberg - The First Word."
July 2 (Bloomberg) -- Irene Finel-Honigman, professor at
the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia
University, says European Central Bank President Mario Draghi is
not likely to take any big steps on monetary policy at
tomorrow’s meeting. She says lofty levels of unemployment in
peripheral ...
July 2 (Bloomberg) -- David Berri, professor of economics
at Southern Utah University, co-author of “Wages of Wins” and
“Stumbling on Wins,” and founder of The Wages of Wins Journal,
discusses the difference it makes to the Wimbeldon audience when
top-ranked players like Maria Sharapova and Rafael ...
July 2 (Bloomberg) -- John Taylor, professor of economics
at Stanford University and a senior fellow at the Hoover
Institution, says the Federal Reserve must return to a rules-based monetary policy that will create more certainty in
financial markets and in turn spur more economic growth. He
says the ...
July 2 (Bloomberg) -- William Black, associate professor of
economics and law at the University of Missouri Kansas City and
author of “The Best Way to Rob a Bank is to Own One,” discusses
BNP Paribas SA’s record $8.97-billion U.S. penalty for breaking
U.S. sanctions. He says the penalty is more ...
July 2 (Bloomberg) -- Win Thin, Global Head of Emerging
Markets Strategy at Brown Brothers Harriman, says the rally in
emerging markets will continue as the pace of recovery in the
U.S. economy allows the Federal Reserve to shift policy
gradually and avoid causing an abrupt jump in government bond
yields. ...
July 2 (Bloomberg) -- Mark Zandi, chief economist at
Moody’s Analytics, says the 281,000 rise in new jobs at U.S.
companies reported by the ADP Research Institute in Roseland,
N.J. is a sign the labor market recovery continues. He suggests
that the government may report an increase in June non-farm
payrolls ...
July 2 (Bloomberg) -- Chris Rupkey, chief financial
economist at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, says the steady growth of
employment, including today’s increase of 281,000 workers in
June, reported by the ADP Research Institute, should finally
convince people the economic recovery is genuine and may have
the ...
July 2 (Bloomberg) -- Jim Paulsen, chief investment
strategist at Wells Capital Management, recommends investors
switch out of a “full octane” bullish position in stocks,
cutting back on cyclical plays, and cutting back on “beta” in
order to switch to more defensive picks like utilities and
materials. ...
July 2 (Bloomberg) -- Russell Golden, author of the
recently published book “The Boom: How Fracking Ignited the
American Energy Revolution and Changed the World,” says if more
courts decide in favor of towns and cities right to ban
fracking, as the New York State Court of Appeals did this week,
it ...
July 2 (Bloomberg) -- Jim Bianco, president and founder of
Bianco Research LLC, says the U.S. economy "has the potential to
grow 2.5 percent but it won’t be until the Federal Reserve and
other central banks get out of the market manipulation game."
Bianco talks with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene and Michael ...
July 2 (Bloomberg) -- Howard Davies, a board member of New
York-based Morgan Stanley, and a former deputy governor of the
Bank of England discusses BNP Paribas SA’s record $8.97-billion
U.S. penalty, following a probe into unauthorized transactions
with countries including Sudan and Iran. Davies says ...
July 2 (Bloomberg) -- Jim O’Sullivan, chief U.S. economist
at High Frequency Economics, says real consumer spending has
been growing at a 3 percent annual rate and capital goods orders
are up 7 percent. O’Sullivan talks with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene
and Michael McKee on Bloomberg Radio’s "Bloomberg ...
July 2 (Bloomberg) -- John Manley, chief equity strategist
of Wells Fargo, says Federal Reserve policies are keeping stock
prices "buoyant." Manley talks with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene and
Michael McKee on Bloomberg Radio’s "Bloomberg Surveillance."
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