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Bloomberg News: Episodes

Mar. 3 (Bloomberg) -- David Kotok, the chief investment
officer at Cumberland Advisors, says the conflict between Russia
and Ukraine is confined to that region, but the risk of it
spreading is up to Russian Federation president Vladimir Putin.
Kotok speaks with Bloomberg’s Vonnie Quinn on Bloomberg ...
Mar. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Bradley Holcomb, chairman of the
Institute for Supply Management’s manufacturing business survey
committee, discusses the ISM’s February manufacturing report.
The ISM’s manufacturing index rose to 53.2 last month from 51.3
in January. Readings above 50 signal expansion. Holcomb ...
Mar. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Kit Juckes, global strategist at
Societe Generale SA, discusses how the crisis in Ukraine is
impacting forex markets. Juckes says posturing in the Crimea
region is a “sad, human story” within Ukraine and even with
“lots of room for diplomacy”, people remain nervous. Juckes
speaks ...
Mar. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Karl Brauer, analyst at industry
researcher Kelley Blue Book, says auto sales this year will
reach a pace of 16.3 million at an annual rate. He says February
sales data showed enough “inconsistency” to confirm that overall
demand is in place, but the weather is a big limiting ...
Mar. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Greg Valliere, chief political
strategist at Potomac Research Group, says Russia is going to
experience a ‘pretty rigorous’ series of reprisals for playing
the aggressor in Ukraine. He thinks there will be sanctions and
a serious discussion on removing Russia from the G8, however ...
Mar. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Stephen Schork, president of Schork
Group Inc., says the rise in crude oil futures is a ‘knee-jerk
reaction’ to the crisis in Ukraine and there will be no
disruption to Russian oil supplies. Schork says there’s no
reason why oil prices in the U.S. are rising on tensions half-way ...
Mar. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Charles Ortel, managing director, at
Newport Value Partners, says Russian President Vladimir Putin
may start an "assault" against the U.S. dollar. Ortel says since
the break-up of the Soviet Union the U.S. has reaped enormous
benefits; in a world where Russia is a “rising bear” ...
Mar. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Arthur Levitt, a former Securities
and Exchange Commission chairman and an adviser to Goldman
Sachs, says transaction taxes are “burdensome.” Levitt talks
with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene and Michael McKee on Bloomberg
Radio’s "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Mar. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Paul Donovan, a global economist at
UBS AG in London, says the European Union faces a real challenge
from weak labor markets. Donovan talks with Bloomberg’s Tom
Keene and Michael McKee on Bloomberg Radio’s "Bloomberg
Surveillance."
Mar. 3 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. Representative Mike Turner, a
Republican from Ohio, talks about the conflict in Ukraine.
Turner talks with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene and Scarlet Fu on
Bloomberg Radio’s "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Mar. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Michael Kurtz, the Hong Kong-based
head of global equity strategy at Nomura Holdings Inc., says
U.S. equities are priced for optimistic economic data. Kurtz
talks with Bloomberg’s Bob Moon on Bloomberg Radio’s "Bloomberg
- The First Word."
Mar. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Bruce Berkowitz, Fairholme Capital
Management’s chief investment officer, says “the conservatorship
of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac – now in its sixth year – is
perpetuating the pre-crisis regulatory and management
shortcomings of the companies.” Berkowitz talks with Bloomberg’s
Tom ...
Feb. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Brad Hunter, chief economist at
Metrostudy, says incentives are making a come-back in the
housing market as some area builders are disappointed with buyer
traffic. Hunter also says builders are have difficulty sourcing
labor and lots. Hunter speaks with Bloomberg’s Vonnie Quinn ...
Feb. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Bill Poole, former president of the
Federal Reserve Bank of Saint Louis and senior fellow at The
Cato Institute, says he is concerned Congress might cap the
Federal Reserve’s interest-paying authority if the fed funds
rate gets to 1 percent. Poole says it could become a political
hot-potato ...
Feb. 28 (Bloomberg) -- John Spallanzani, the director of
sales and trading at GFI Group, discusses February 28 United
States stock markets. Spallanzani speaks with Bloomberg’s Vonnie
Quinn on Bloomberg Radio’s "The Hays Advantage.”
Feb. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Tony Dwyer, an equity strategist at
Canaccord Genuity Securities LLC, says his new year-end S&P 500
target is 2185, making him the most optimistic among strategists
tracked by Bloomberg. Dwyer talks with Bloomberg’s Bob Moon on
Bloomberg Radio’s "Bloomberg - The First Word."
Feb. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Kimberly Marten, a professor of
political science who specializes in Russian foreign policy at
Columbia University’s Barnard College in New York, says if
Russian President Vladmir Putin “is in his right mind he will
not want to take on the Ukraine military.” Marten talks ...
Feb. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Carl Riccadonna, senior U.S.
economist at Deutsche Bank Securities, says domestic demand and
not exports will drive U.S. economic growth this year.
Riccadonna talks with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene and Michael McKee on
Bloomberg Radio’s "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Feb. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Douglas Kass, the founder of Palm
Beach, Florida-based Seabreeze Partners Management Inc, says he
is “short” stock of Tesla Motors Inc. Kass talks with
Bloomberg’s Tom Keene and Michael McKee on Bloomberg Radio’s
"Bloomberg Surveillance."
Feb. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Brian Kelly, "The Points Guy," and
chief executive officer and founder of ThePointsGuy.com, says
the airline points programs are compromised by travelers who
“hoard” miles. Kelly talks with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene and
Michael McKee on Bloomberg Radio’s "Bloomberg Surveillance."
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