Bloomberg Opinion columnist Brian Chappatta presents a column showing how Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s call for a “baby bear market” in bonds is really just a prediction for a relatively small increase in U.S. Treasury yields. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Justin Fox says that a Manhattan street parking space may be worth more than $6,000 a year, so if the city wants to issue parking permits for residents, it should probably charge a lot.
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Bloomberg Opinion columnist Brian Chappatta presents a column showing that Charles Schwab Corp.’s move to eliminate commissions last month was just its first step in shaking up the online brokerage industry, judging by its swift move toward potentially buying rival TD Ameritrade Holding Corp. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.
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Bloomberg Opinion columnist Ramesh Ponnuru says that president Trump has created a working environment in which either following his orders or not following them is a threat to the proper functioning of the government. No wonder Nikki Haley’s remarks sound so dissonant.
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Brooke Sutherland presents a column arguing that Boeing will feel the impact of the 737 Max crisis well into the future, even if it's able to start shipping the planes again in December.
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Ramesh Ponnuru says that some Democrats are worried that a Elizabeth Warren — and also Senator Bernie Sanders — are taking the Democratic Party too far to the left for its own good.
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Bloomberg Opinion columnist Jonathan Bernstein says that we shouldn’t assume that the candidates leading in the polls right now will be the leaders when the vote is held in February. But leading in Iowa and New Hampshire is still important.
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Brian Chappatta presents a column showing that triple-B corporate bonds are set for their best year since 2009 even though the risks that spooked investors a year ago are still out there. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.