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July 25 (Bloomberg) -- Mujtaba Rahman, analyst at The
Eurasia Group, says the aftermath of the Malaysian airliner
crash has shifted sentiment in Western Europe more strongly
against Russian President Vladimir Putin and will lead to the
imposition of “biting,” significant sanctions on his nation next
week. ...
July 25 (Bloomberg) -- Chris Rupkey, chief economist at
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, says today’s report on new orders for
big-ticket durable goods is proof companies are investing in
plant and equipment, and contradicts the claim by some
economists that they are not, and therefore holding back growth.
He ...
July 25 (Bloomberg) -- David Strasser, managing director at
Janney Montgomery Scott LLC, says real wages continue to lag for
lower-income consumers. Strasser talks with Bloomberg’s Tom
Keene on Bloomberg Radio’s "Bloomberg Surveillance."
July 25 (Bloomberg) -- Doug Ramsey, chief investment
officer at Leuthold Group LLC, says he would not be surprised to
see an 8-10 percent selloff in the stock market in the next two
months. Ramsey talks with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene on Bloomberg
Radio’s "Bloomberg Surveillance."
July 25 (Bloomberg) -- Ellen Zentner, executive and senior
economist at Morgan Stanley, says the Federal Reserve needs to
be "slapped across the face with higher wage growth" before
interest rates can be raised. Zentner talks with Bloomberg’s Tom
Keene on Bloomberg Radio’s "Bloomberg Surveillance."
July 25 (Bloomberg) -- Ted Strickland, former governor of
Ohio, says U.S. companies looking for tax loopholes to increase
profits are "unpatriotic" and we need "economic patriotism."
Strickland talks with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene on Bloomberg Radio’s
"Bloomberg Surveillance."
July 25 (Bloomberg) -- Troy Gayeski, partner and senior
portfolio manager at SkyBridge Capital, says geopolitical events
are "not enough" to hurt the economy. Gayeski talks with
Bloomberg’s Tom Keene on Bloomberg Radio’s "Bloomberg
Surveillance."
July 25 (Bloomberg) -- James Shugg, senior economist at
Westpac Banking Corp., says the Bank of England believes the
U.K. economy will lose momentum in the second half of this year.
Shugg talks with Bloomberg’s Bob Moon on Bloomberg Radio’s
"Bloomberg - The First Word."
July 24 (Bloomberg) -- Tim Jost, professor of Law at
Washington and Lee University School of Law, analyzes the
factors that led two federal appeals courts to issue opposite
verdicts on a cornerstone of the Affordable Care Act: the
ability of the federal government to subsidize policies through
federally ...
July 24 (Bloomberg) -- Art Hogan, chief market strategist
at Wunderlich Securities, says Facebook’s second quarter
earnings results, which beat estimates on several metrics and
pushed its stock price up to a post-IPO record, is another sign
that the company’s push into mobile advertising is not
alienating ...
July 24 (Bloomberg) -- Jim O’Sullivan, chief U.S. economist
at High Frequency Economics, says the drop of 19,000 in new
claims for unemployment benefits, while possibly overstated by
the statistical seasonal adjustments that are skewed each year
by plant shutdowns in the auto industry, are a valid ...
July 24 (Bloomberg) -- Brad Hunter, chief economist of
housing-research firm Metrostudy in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida,
says despite an 8.1% drop in June’s new home sales the market
remains on sound footing. He says that the rise in prices since
last year has led to a slowdown in “conversions,” ...
July 24 (Bloomberg) -- Arthur Levitt, former chairman of
the Securities and Exchange Commission, discusses new SEC rules
that require mutual funds to allow their share prices to float.
The measure was limited to the riskiest funds, those that
primarily invest in corporate debt. Levitt talks with
Bloomberg’s ...
July 24 (Bloomberg) -- Dennis Gartman, economist and author
of the daily Gartman Letter, says livestock markets are at highs
and livestock producers will see cheaper feed prices. Gartman
talks with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene on Bloomberg Radio’s "Bloomberg
Surveillance."
July 24 (Bloomberg) -- David Rosenberg, chief economist and
strategist at Gluskin Sheff & Co., says productivity is
contracting in the U.S., so it would not require a wage boom for
labor costs accelerate. Rosenberg talks with Bloomberg’s Tom
Keene on Bloomberg Radio’s "Bloomberg Surveillance."
July 24 (Bloomberg) -- Howard Ward, chief investment
officer of Gamco Asset Management Inc., says only 20 percent of
hedge funds produce good returns and the success rate is "hit or
miss." Ward talks with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene and Scarlet Fu on
Bloomberg Radio’s "Bloomberg Surveillance."
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 ...
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