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Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz focus on market coverage as Wall Street begins its day, with analysis from Bloomberg Gadfly writers, Bloomberg Intelligence analysts, and influential newsmakers.

Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz focus on market coverage as Wall Street begins its day, with analysis from Bloomberg Gadfly writers, Bloomberg Intelligence analysts, and influential newsmakers.
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Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz focus on market coverage as Wall Street begins its day, with analysis from Bloomberg Gadfly writers, Bloomberg Intelligence analysts, and influential newsmakers.






Biogen Was The Train Wreck Everyone Saw Coming: Nisen (Podcast)

Max Nisen, Bloomberg Opinion health care columnist, on Biogen plunging after the company and its partner Eisai announced it was halting their Alzheimer drug trial. Gad Levanon, Chief Economist: North America at the Conference Board, on the February Leading Index and the Fed decision. Bill Zox, CIO of Fixed income at Diamond Hill Capital Management, to discuss the Fed, the fixed income markets and where he sees opportunities. Chen Grazutis, Apparel and Footwear Analyst from Bloomberg...


TCW's Rivelle: Cautious on EM Debt This Late In Cycle

Tad Rivelle, Chief Investment Officer for Fixed Income at TCW Group, on the credit markets, the Fed, and current investment strategy. Frank Sorrentino, CEO of ConnectOne Bank, on why the U.S. economy and housing market remains strong. David Welch, Detroit Bureau Chief for Bloomberg, on BMW's profit warning, and how Ford Explorer owners are saying their SUVs are making them sick. Michael Rea, RX Savings Solutions, on the Senate hearings on drug prices, and a new partnership with Louisiana...


Brexit's Monty Python Impression Continues: Authers

John Authers, Senior Editor for Bloomberg Markets, on the Monty Python circus that is Brexit. Brent Bell, VP of Recycling at Waste Management, on how China has stopped accepting our trash. Eric Larcheveque, CEO of Ledger, discusses how Ledger is navigating the bear market, why crypto “nuclear winter” isn’t going to end soon, and their new Bluetooth-enabled hardware wallet. Sarah Frier, technology reporter for Bloomberg, on Instagram's new e-commerce push, and Facebook's regulatory woes....


Max Grounding Will Cost Boeing $100 Million Per Month (Podcast)

Peter Robison, Bloomberg investigations reporter, and George Ferguson, Senior Aerospace and Airline Analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence, on how Boeing had too much sway in vetting its own jets. Atish Davda, CEO of EquityZen, on Lyft aiming for a valuation near $20 billion in its upcoming IPO. Alan Baum, auto analyst and Principal at Baum and Associates, on Trump calling for GM and the UAW to reopen an Ohio factory. Elisa Martinuzzi, Bloomberg Opinion finance columnist, on how Deutsche Bank...


We Won’t Get the Earnings Jolt Like in 2018 (Podcast)

Joining on today's conversation is Matt Forester, BNY Mellon's Lockwood CIO, on markets and investing. Also joining today is Benedikt Kammel, Bloomberg Senior Editor for Company News, on the latest on Boeing 737 Max news. We also have joining in studio, Marian Harkin, European Union Parliament Member representing Ireland, discussing Brexit and the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic. And also joining is Gerrit de Vynck, Bloomberg Technology Reporter, on the latest New Zealand...


The Commercial Real Estate Market is in Good Shape

Joining in on today's conversation is John Butler, North American Telecoms Reporter, on Direct TV rate hikes and the changes of consumer viewing habits. We also have John Pearson, CEO of DHL Express, on the business outlook, impact of trade and competing with Amazon. Also in studio is Kristina Hooper, Chief Market Strategist at Invesco, on Brexit, markets and current investment outlook.


If You Have Money in the Market, Stay with the Market (Podcast)

On today’s show we have Janet Lorin, Bloomberg Endowments Reporter, on the latest on the college scandal bribes. Also joining is Ben Emons, Managing Director: Global Macro Strategy at Medley Global Advisors and a Bloomberg Opinion columnist, on the bond market, European assets, central banks and Brexit. We also have David Katz, President and CIO of Matrix Asset Advisors, on markets and his current investment outlook. We also have Lawrence Gasman, Founder and President of Inside Quantum...


Making Voting Easy for Military and Partial Disabilities (Podcast)

Joining in studio is Max Nisen, Bloomberg Opinion Pharm and Health Care Columnist on Health care costs on big companies like Ford. Also joining in studio is Joel Stern, Chairman and CEO of Stern Value Management, on why Trump's policies will help avert a recession for several more years. Another guest in studio is Bradley Tusk, founder and CEO of Tusk Philanthropies, on their national effort to expand mobile voting: Denver will implement Tusk's blockchain-based mobile voting pilot in its May...


It's Always Time to Talk Donuts

Seema Shah, Senior Consumer Analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence has her retail preview ahead of retail sales data release. Also in studio is Buzzy Geduld, CEO of Cougar Capital and Nancy Geduld Vice President and manager of the new Donut Pub. George Ferguson, Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Aerospace/Defense and Airline Analyst discusses the recent tragic events for the Boeing Max 737. Also joining in the studio is Bruce Linton, CEO of Canopy Growth, the largest Marijuana stock. Hosted by...


Economy Is Strong But Beware Of Auto Tariffs: BNY's Levine:

Alicia Levine, BNY Mellon Chief Strategist: Investment Management, discusses market reaction to jobs data and outlook for global markets. Dr. Ellen Wald, President of Transversal Consulting and Bloomberg Opinion columnist, on oil markets in a holding pattern. Kathleen Gaffney, Co-Director of Diversified Fixed Income at Eaton Vance, on bond markets and investing outlook. Amanda Albright, Muni reporter for Bloomberg, discusses the SALT cap, and NJ's dismal weed tax forecast. (Alix Steel...


We're Pretty Late In The Credit Cycle: TCW's Rivelle

Tad Rivelle, Chief Investment Officer for Fixed Income at TCW Group, on the credit market and current investment strategy. Shira Ovide, Bloomberg Opinion technology columnist, discusses why the business of Lyft and Uber are getting muddier to model. Bill Smead, CEO and CIO of Smead Capital Management, on how Kroger is investing in the customer of the future. Hosted by Abramowicz and Paul Sweeney. Amy Webb, professor of strategic foresight at the NYU Stern School of Business and the Founder...


2008 Crisis Lesson: Be Greedy When Others Are Fearful

Charlie Bobrinskoy, Vice Chairman, Head of the Investment Group and Portfolio Manager at Ariel Investments, discusses markets, and weathering a downturn. Karen Ubelhart, Senior Industrials Analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence, on GE's power unit facing a multi-year slump. Max Nisen, Bloomberg Opinion health care columnist, on JNJ's new nasal spray for depression. Carl Riccadonna, Chief US Economist for Bloomberg Economics, on former NY Fed President Bill Dudley's column, "Don’t Assume The Fed...


Target Will Benefit Most From Retailer Bankruptcies (Podcast)

Burt Flickinger, Managing Director for Strategic Resource Group, on Target and Kohl's, and the retail landscape. Atish Davda, CEO of EquityZen, on the Lyft roadshow and upcoming IPOs. Shawn Matthews, CEO of Hondius Capital Management, on why it's a good time to sell into any good China trade deal news. Brendan Ahern, CIO of KraneShares, on why the rumors of the death of the Chinese consumer is exaggerated.


Market Surprise Will Be A Blowup From Europe: Ezrati

Milton Ezrati, independent economics and investment strategy consultant and chief economist for Vested, discusses why Europe is a slow-moving car crash. Greg La Blanc, Lecturer at Haas School of Business and Berkeley Law School at the University of California Berkeley, discusses fintech innovation in the asset management industry. Steve Meyer, Head of Global Wealth Management Services at SEI, on the big changes in the financial services industry. Tom Orlik, Chief Economist for Bloomberg...


We Are In The Age of Surveillance Capitalism: Zuboff (Podcast)

Shoshana Zuboff, Profesor Emerita At Harvard Business School, discusses her new book THE AGE OF SURVEILLANCE CAPITALISM: The Fight for a Human Future at the New Frontier of Power. Mandeep Singh, Senior Tech Industry Analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence, on Lyft's IPO. Victor Garcia, CEO Of CAI International (NYSE: CAI), on impact of tariffs, and how the rise of e-commerce has changed the landscape for shipping and logistics companies. Phil Orlando, Chief Equity Market Strategist at Federated...


Hi-Yield Opportunity In Beat-Down California Utilities (Podcast)

Greg Hahn, President and CIO of Winthrop Capital Management, on his current investment outlook and opportunities in high yield. Dr. Sam Natapoff, President of Empire Global Ventures, on China trade talks following Lighthizer's hearing. Evan Clark, Deputy Managing Editor for WWD, on retailers searching for the model of the future. David Welch, Detroit Bureau Chief, on how new forms of mobility are making privately owned cars obsolete. Hosted by Abramowicz and Paul Sweeney.


GE's Danaher Deal Doesn't Solve Its Problem With Growth

Brooke Sutherland, Bloomberg Opinion industrials columnist, on GE selling its BioPharma business to Danaher for $21.4 billion. Leland Miller, CEO of China Beige Book International, on the progress in US-China trade talks and deleveraging in China. John Kilduff, Founding Partner at Again Capital, on how Trump's tweet criticizing high oil prices may indicate a softening towards clamping down on Iranian sanctions waivers. Katherine Chiglinsky, U.S. finance reporter, on Berkshire Hathaway's...


Mueller Report Likely To Impugn The President: Waxman (Podcast)

Seth Waxman, former federal prosecutor and Partner at Dickinson Wright, on the legal issues swirling around the Mueller report, reported to be filed as early as next week. Chris Greiner, CFO of LivePerson, on how robots will increasingly answer corporate calls. Joe Mysak, Editor for Bloomberg Brief: Municipal Market, on the VRDO price-fixing lawsuits against major banks. Rob Waldner, Chief Strategist and Head of Multi-Sector Invesco Fixed Income, on bond markets and his 2019 outlook. Hosted...


Facebook Will Have To Rein In Sale Of Data: McNamee (Podcast)

Tech venture capitalist Roger McNamee, Founder of Elevation Partners, discusses his new book, "ZUCKED: Waking Up to the Facebook Catastrophe." Andy Browne, Editorial Director for Bloomberg New Economy Forum, on U.S.-China trade negotiations, and China banning Australia coal imports as retaliation for Huawei ban. Randy Frederick, VP of Trading and Derivatives at Schwab, discusses market behavior, and current investment outlook. David Ritter, Payments and Specialty Finance Analyst for...


EM Optimism Has Been Overblown: Brown Brothers' Thin

Dr. Win Thin, Global Head: Currency Strategy for Brown Brothers Harriman, on the U.S. push for a stable yuan, and his outlook for EM. Danielle DiMartino Booth, CEO of Quill Intelligence LLC, author of "FED UP: An Insider’s Take on Why The Federal Reserve is Bad For America," and a Bloomberg Opinion columnist, discusses the Fed’s big policy reversal. Nick Colas, Cofounder of DataTrek Research LLC and a Bloomberg Opinion columnist, discusses how markets were ahead of analysts on the current...