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Sky is a Real Crown Jewel, Disney's Iger SaysDec 14, 2017 Listen
Bannon Has to Own This Loss, Scaramucci SaysDec 13, 2017 Listen
Turbulence Ahead in the Markets, Ward SaysDec 12, 2017 Listen
Dr. Shiller Talks Bitcoin Dec 12, 2017 Listen
Surveillance: White House Would Love to Get Rid of the AMT Rate, Cohn SaysDec 08, 2017 Listen
Surveillance: Volatility is a Part of the Game, Lane says Dec 07, 2017 Listen
Surveillance: Feldstein Foresees Capital Inflows if Tax Bill PassesDec 06, 2017 Listen
Surveillance: Disney is Looking to Fox for Growth , Wieser SaysDec 05, 2017 Listen
Surveillance: Book of the Year, Galloway's "The Four"Dec 04, 2017 Listen
Surveillance Special: The Bitcoin DebateDec 01, 2017 Listen
Blockchain is the Game Changer, Dr. Alankar SaysNov 30, 2017 Listen
We Have to Restructure Globalization, Stiglitz SaysNov 29, 2017 Listen
Coming Soon: Trillions, a New PodcastNov 28, 2017 Listen
Trade is Complex These Days, No Longer Just Guns for Butter, Says OECD's MannNov 28, 2017 Listen
We Still Need Brick & Mortar Says Former Hudson's Bay CEONov 27, 2017 Listen
The Most New Yorker New Yorker Tom KnowsNov 24, 2017 Listen
Knowledge is Power in Thanksgiving Travel, Kheel saysNov 22, 2017 Listen
M&A Volumes Peaked in 2015 Says BoryNov 21, 2017 Listen
U.S. Politics Have Been Thoroughly Corrupted by Money, Sachs SaysNov 20, 2017 Listen
Rep. Jim Renacci Says He's a Big Believer in the 401(k)Nov 17, 2017 Listen
Radical Technological Transformation is Embedded in This Cycle, Fisher SaysNov 16, 2017 Listen
The U.S. has Isolated Itself from its Principle Trading Allies, Haass SaysNov 15, 2017 Listen
Collender Calls the GOP Tax Bill 'The Trump Family and Friends Tax Cut'Nov 14, 2017 Listen
Jeff Sprague Says He Hasn't Had a Positive Rating on GE Since 2008Nov 13, 2017 Listen
It Will Take a Generation Before the Renminbi Plays a Global Role, Eichengreen SaysNov 10, 2017 Listen
Edmund Phelps Says It's Be Good to Try Out Higher Interest RatesNov 09, 2017 Listen
GOP Is Struggling to Sew Up Divides From Within, O'Brien SaysNov 08, 2017 Listen
Trump Isn't Draining the Swamp, He's Filling it With His Own Alligators, Perez SaysNov 07, 2017 Listen
Ross Says He 'Will Probably Sell Stake' in Putin-Linked Company Nov 06, 2017 Listen
Alpha Generation Is Getting Much Harder, Gross SaysNov 03, 2017 Listen
U.S. Economy Is at a Point of Structural Change, Joseph Cohen SaysNov 02, 2017 Listen
When Big Tech Tells You 'It's Impossible', That's Latin for 'It's Less Profitable', Galloway SaysNov 01, 2017 Listen
Manafort's Financial Crimes Were Well Known. Papadopoulos's Indictment Was a Surprise, Former Watergate Special Prosecutor SaysOct 31, 2017 Listen
Adoption of 'Market Economy' Model Has Led to China Growth, Mobius SaysOct 30, 2017 Listen
Democrats Need to Get a Program and They Don't Have One, Fiorina SaysOct 27, 2017 Listen
Labor Is Moving Towards Obsolescence, Henry Kaufman SaysOct 26, 2017 Listen
Surveillance Special: A Conversation With Bridgewater's Ray Dalio Oct 26, 2017 Listen
Surveillance Bonus: Reflections on the Assassination of JFKOct 25, 2017 Listen
'The Swamp' is Washington's Government Spending, Rep. Brat SaysOct 25, 2017 Listen
Trump Is Taking the Fed Chair Decision 'Very, Very Seriously,' Ross SaysOct 24, 2017 Listen
Japan Markets Could Be in a Period of 'Fresh New Start,' Vail SaysOct 23, 2017 Listen
More Portfolio Pruning to Come at GE, Heymann SaysOct 20, 2017 Listen
Markets Have Been Ridiculously Overpriced for Weeks, Gartman SaysOct 19, 2017 Listen
A Central Bank Inflation Issue Is Looming, Kasman SaysOct 18, 2017 Listen
The Bull Market Feels Best Near the End, Kass SaysOct 17, 2017 Listen
Credit Default Market Is Smaller Today, Eisman SaysOct 16, 2017 Listen
U.S. Jobless Rate Could Go Under 4 Percent, Rosengren SaysOct 13, 2017 Listen
World Bank/IMF Meetings Special: 25 Percent of World Not Enjoying a Strong Recovery, Lagarde SaysOct 12, 2017 Listen
We See 2 Percent Growth This Year, Colombia's Finance Minister SaysOct 12, 2017 Listen
We Shouldn't Fear 2.5 Percent Inflation, Charles Evans SaysOct 11, 2017 Listen
Minuscule Volatility in Stocks Is Puzzling, Thaler SaysOct 10, 2017 Listen
Thaler's Nobel Win is Great, Hubbard SaysOct 09, 2017 Listen
Neel Kashkari Would Be Bill Gross's Choice for Fed ChairOct 06, 2017 Listen
Macron, Merkel, and May Are Polling Lower Than Trump, Chandler SaysOct 06, 2017 Listen
Tillerson Should Resign, Haass SaysOct 04, 2017 Listen
A One-On-One with Fed's Stanley FischerOct 04, 2017 Listen
Many Failed to Grasp the Magnitude of Shift in Society, Ferguson SaysOct 03, 2017 Listen
Ken Burns Says We've Grown Numb to ViolenceOct 02, 2017 Listen
Gary Cohn Says The U.S. Must Invest in ItselfSep 29, 2017 Listen
We Need to Bring Back Up to $3 Trillion in Overseas Corporate Capital, Moore SaysSep 28, 2017 Listen
U.S. Faces Disconnect Between Urban and Industrial Economies, Dionne SaysSep 27, 2017 Listen
We'll See a Split in Market Research, Ailman SaysSep 26, 2017 Listen
Germany's An Election Cycle Away From Generational Change, Kornblum SaysSep 25, 2017 Listen
U.S. Is the Least Protectionist Major Economy in the World, Ross SaysSep 22, 2017 Listen
Bipartisan Health-Care Bill Basics Were 'Torpedoed,' Kaine SaysSep 21, 2017 Listen
Market Economy Can't Succeed With Near-Zero Rates, King SaysSep 20, 2017 Listen
Fed Doesn't Have the Adequate Tools, Koesterich SaysSep 19, 2017 Listen
Congress Has to Change Its 19th-Century Structure, Harman SaysSep 18, 2017 Listen
No Complexity in Closing Eclectica Fund, Hendry SaysSep 15, 2017 Listen
Crazy There's More Choice of Mayonnaise Than Schools, Kennedy SaysSep 14, 2017 Listen
There's a Surplus of Unskilled Workers and an Urgent Need to Get Them Trained, Herro SaysSep 13, 2017 Listen
You Need Capital to Believe in Capitalism, Bremmer SaysSep 12, 2017 Listen
If Trump Asked Me to Chair the Fed, I’d Do It, Stiglitz SaysSep 11, 2017 Listen
The Fed Is in The Midst of a 'Beautiful Normalization,' El-Erian SaysSep 08, 2017 Listen
Two Percent Inflation Target Is Achievable, Plosser SaysSep 07, 2017 Listen
America Changes Immigrants, Not the Opposite, Gutierrez SaysSep 06, 2017 Listen
Kim Jong-Un Threats Amount to 'Get Off My Lawn,' Kimmitt SaysSep 05, 2017 Listen
Jobs Report Is Weak, Gross SaysSep 01, 2017 Listen
Gasoline May Jump as Much as 40 Cents a Gallon, Gartman SaysAug 31, 2017 Listen
Why Morgan Stanley Is Revising Its GDP OutlookAug 30, 2017 Listen
Next Fed Chair Doesn't Have to be Seasoned Economist, Schlosstein SaysAug 29, 2017 Listen
Ex-FEMA Head Says Trump's Done Everything Right on Harvey So FarAug 28, 2017 Listen
Fed Should Be Moving on Balance Sheet, Dallas Bank's Kaplan SaysAug 25, 2017 Listen
Fed Can Start Shrinking Its Balance Sheet, Esther George SaysAug 24, 2017 Listen
Trump Doesn't Have to Play Hero Role, Just a Less Destructive One, Gabriel SaysAug 23, 2017 Listen
Trump Is Over-Relying on Military Advice, Former U.S. Army Secretary SaysAug 22, 2017 Listen
Trump Should Apologize for Charlottesville Comments, Former GM CEO SaysAug 21, 2017 Listen
Authorities Knew Barcelona Attack Site Was Vulnerable, Klausen SaysAug 18, 2017 Listen
America Suffers From 'History Deficit Disorder,' Brinkley SaysAug 17, 2017 Listen
Wal-Mart Is Killing Small-Town America More Than Amazon, DeLong SaysAug 16, 2017 Listen
It's Been Difficult to Get Inflation to Move, Soss SaysAug 15, 2017 Listen
White Supremacy Granted a Place at American Political Table, Ricks SaysAug 14, 2017 Listen
'The Heat Is On' Goldman Sachs, Mayo SaysAug 11, 2017 Listen
Fed Will Face Questions if Inflation Stays Low, Konstam SaysAug 10, 2017 Listen
Democratic Party Needs to Focus on Economic Growth, General Clark SaysAug 09, 2017 Listen
Ackman's ADP Fight Is Diverting the Business, Cooperman SaysAug 08, 2017 Listen
No Risk of Inflation Taking Off, Posen SaysAug 07, 2017 Listen
Gary Cohn Says to Expect More DeregulationAug 04, 2017 Listen
Amazon/Whole Foods Deal Is a 'Net-Net Win,' Kantor SaysAug 03, 2017 Listen
Volcker Rule Is Cumbersome, Goldman Sachs CEO Blankfein SaysAug 02, 2017 Listen
Intesa Sanpaolo Is a Solid and Undervalued Bank, Herro SaysAug 01, 2017 Listen
GOP Has Been Compromised by Protectionism, Sen. Jeff Flake SaysJul 31, 2017 Listen
Americans Deserve Thorough Consideration of Tax Reform, Doggett Says Jul 28, 2017 Listen
Randy Quarles is Ideal Choice for Fed Job, Clarida SaysJul 27, 2017 Listen
Republicans Campaigned to Repeal ACA and Need to Keep Promise, DeMint SaysJul 26, 2017 Listen
GDP Growth at 3 Percent Isn't Going to Happen, Mortimer-Lee SaysJul 25, 2017 Listen
GOP Has 'Keys to the Car' But Not Control, Haines SaysJul 24, 2017 Listen
We Will Get a Different Fed During Next Seven Years, El-Erian SaysJul 21, 2017 Listen
Central Bankers Should've Been More Aggressive, Rogoff SaysJul 20, 2017 Listen
International Community Isn't Confident in U.S. Policy, Sinche SaysJul 19, 2017 Listen
Obamacare Marketplace Is Failing, Eurasia's Lieber SaysJul 18, 2017 Listen
Health-Care Bill Must Be Defeated, Penn's Emanuel SaysJul 17, 2017 Listen
Businesses Have Less Pricing Power Right Now, Dallas Fed President SaysJul 14, 2017 Listen
There's 'Desired Chaos' in the White House, Rattner SaysJul 13, 2017 Listen
Fed Must Raise Rates and Shrink Balance Sheet Thoughtfully, Hill SaysJul 12, 2017 Listen
Central Banks Around the World Have Overreached, Plosser SaysJul 11, 2017 Listen
Trump 'Wounds' Are Self-Inflicted, Valliere SaysJul 10, 2017 Listen
We're Not In a Bond Rout Yet, Gross SaysJul 07, 2017 Listen
Russians Are Interfering in Western European Politics, Hormats SaysJul 06, 2017 Listen
The Great Posen/Ryding DebateJul 05, 2017 Listen
Abe Has a Chance to Get His Party Back on Track, Feldman SaysJul 03, 2017 Listen
Three Percent Unemployment: The Optimism of UnicreditJun 30, 2017 Listen
Banks Are Facing a 'Toxic Cocktail,' Kass SaysJun 29, 2017 Listen
McConnell Will Get His Health Care Votes, Former HHS Secretary SaysJun 28, 2017 Listen
Google Denied Europeans the Benefits of Competition, Vestager SaysJun 27, 2017 Listen
Trump Needs to Be President and Stop Tweeting, Mayor Walsh SaysJun 26, 2017 Listen
US Jobless Rate Will Drop to 3.5% Next Year, Hyman SaysJun 23, 2017 Listen
Rising Home Prices Aren't 'Bubble Mentality,' Shiller SaysJun 22, 2017 Listen
Senate's 'Secret' Health-Care Bill Is a Worry, Magaziner SaysJun 21, 2017 Listen
Dollar’s Strength Shows Trust in Trump, Mnuchin Says (Correct)Jun 21, 2017 Listen
Amazon Got Whole Foods for Free, Kantor SaysJun 19, 2017 Listen
Amazon-Whole Foods Deal Could Be Tech or Grocery, Profusek SaysJun 16, 2017 Listen
Clarida Sums Up Yellen's News Conference: 'Trust Me'Jun 15, 2017 Listen
Leaks and Backstabbing Pushed Loyalty to Forefront, Carson SaysJun 13, 2017 Listen
Why GE Is The Number One Large Cap Pick, According to HeymannJun 12, 2017 Listen
Brexit Future is Uncertain After Election, Says RosenbergJun 09, 2017 Listen
Comey Not Obligated to Say All in Open Session, Haines SaysJun 08, 2017 Listen
Washington Turmoil May Slow Economic Growth, Bill Gross SaysJun 07, 2017 Listen
California Governor Says U.S. Needs to Step Up Its GameJun 06, 2017 Listen
Summers Says Trump Rejects Modern ScienceJun 05, 2017 Listen
Gross Says Weak Jobs Data Won't Stay Fed on RatesJun 02, 2017 Listen
Trump Would Undercut U.S. by Ditching Paris, Whitman SaysJun 01, 2017 Listen
Dallas Fed's Kaplan Says Fed Should Tighten Policy PatientlyMay 31, 2017 Listen
Ryanair CEO Calls British Airways' Recovery Plan 'Incompetent'May 30, 2017 Listen
A More Populist Trade Policy Would Shock Markets, Jalinoos SaysMay 26, 2017 Listen
GOP's Brooks Defends Proposed U.S. Budget as 'Responsible'May 25, 2017 Listen
Vilifying Wall Street Is a Big Mistake, Mary Jo White SaysMay 24, 2017 Listen
Ex-CIA Head Discusses Terrorism, Russia, & Intelligence SharingMay 23, 2017 Listen
The President Speaks in JerusalemMay 22, 2017 Listen
President Trump Is Strongly Committed to NATO, Stoltenberg SaysMay 19, 2017 Listen
A Closer Look With Arthur Levitt: Jeffrey Sachs (Audio)May 19, 2017 Listen
There Is Resistance to Debt Relief, Papaconstantinou SaysMay 18, 2017 Listen
FBI Does a Good Job of Upholding Rule of Law, Hosko SaysMay 17, 2017 Listen
The Future of Smart Cities Special: Spotlight on InfrastructureMay 16, 2017 Listen
McConnell Explains His Pick of Merrick Garland for FBIMay 16, 2017 Listen
OPEC's Influence Is No More, Weinberg SaysMay 15, 2017 Listen
China Isn't Manipulating Currency, Commerce Secretary Ross SaysMay 12, 2017 Listen
The Optics of This Administration Are Hideous, Stavridis SaysMay 11, 2017 Listen
Blood Is in the Water in Trump's Administration, Valliere SaysMay 10, 2017 Listen
Macron Is a Modern Monarch, Fenby SaysMay 09, 2017 Listen
France's Macron Will Disrupt Everything, Publicis CEO SaysMay 08, 2017 Listen
Real Economic Growth Is a 2% Number Going Forward, Gross SaysMay 05, 2017 Listen
It's a Do-or-Die Moment for Oil Bulls, Schork SaysMay 04, 2017 Listen
Surveillance Special: Tom Keene Speaks With Ben BernankeMay 03, 2017 Listen
Freedom Caucus Founder Hopes for a Health-Care Vote This WeekMay 03, 2017 Listen
Bloomberg's Talev Talks About Trump Oval Office InterviewMay 02, 2017 Listen
Trump Listens to Jamie Dimon, William Rhodes SaysMay 01, 2017 Listen
Bloomberg Surveillance: Can Malls Claw Their Way Out?May 01, 2017 Listen
Trump Is Getting a Civics Lesson in First 100 Days, Haass SaysApr 28, 2017 Listen
The World Is Trading Between Companies, Not Nations, Lee SaysApr 27, 2017 Listen
E.U. Banks Haven't Embraced Cross-Services Reform, O'Neill SaysApr 26, 2017 Listen
European Financial Stocks Will Do Well, Herro SaysApr 25, 2017 Listen
French Are Fed Up With Traditional Political Elite, Attias SaysApr 24, 2017 Listen
French Election Isn't a Big Short-Term Risk, Blanchard SaysApr 21, 2017 Listen
Three Rate Hikes Is Still a Good Baseline, Kaplan SaysApr 20, 2017 Listen
U.S. Market Is the Most Expensive, Fink SaysApr 19, 2017 Listen
French Election More Important Than U.K. Election, Konstam SaysApr 18, 2017 Listen
U.S. Startups Need Immigrants, AOL Co-Founder SaysApr 17, 2017 Listen
Fed Doesn't Need to Reduce Balance Sheet, Kocherlakota SaysApr 13, 2017 Listen
IMF's Lagarde Says Protectionism Is a Global ThreatApr 12, 2017 Listen
Smaller U.S. Companies Are Fine, JPMorgan's Michele SaysApr 11, 2017 Listen
Manufacturing Is Moving at a Good Pace, Toyota's James SaysApr 10, 2017 Listen
We Want New, Modern Glass-Steagall, Cohn SaysApr 07, 2017 Listen
China May Retaliate by Taxing U.S. Goods, Locke SaysApr 06, 2017 Listen
Yen May Move to 150 Per Dollar, Shilling SaysApr 05, 2017 Listen
Rice's Actions in Trump Intelligence May Be Improper, Lake SaysApr 04, 2017 Listen
Democrats Need Message for Working Class, E. J. Dionne SaysApr 03, 2017 Listen
Sen. Warren Would Defend Dodd-Frank to the Death, Eisman SaysMar 31, 2017 Listen
Corporate Tax Reform Will Help Markets, Holland SaysMar 30, 2017 Listen
Faster Economic Growth Requires Structural Reform, Buiter SaysMar 29, 2017 Listen
German Banking Market Needs to Be Restructured, Herro SaysMar 28, 2017 Listen
Aspects of Financial Crisis Still Linger, Crescenzi SaysMar 27, 2017 Listen
U.S. Equities Aren't the Only Game in Town, Levitt SaysMar 24, 2017 Listen
The Russians Hacked Our Election, Slaughter SaysMar 23, 2017 Listen
GOP Handling Health Care Worse Than Democrats, Emanuel SaysMar 22, 2017 Listen
Tillerson Is Making a Mistake by Skipping NATO, Stavridis SaysMar 21, 2017 Listen
2% Inflation is a Ceiling Not a Target, Kashkari SaysMar 20, 2017 Listen
Elmendorf: Mistake for Trump Not to Fill Positions QuicklyMar 17, 2017 Listen
Trump's Budget Is Borderline Incompetent, Furman SaysMar 16, 2017 Listen
Trump Fuels Higher Real Yields, Ruskin SaysMar 15, 2017 Listen
Health Care Cost Is the Biggest Concern, Slavitt SaysMar 14, 2017 Listen
Trump Must Offset Higher Spending, MacGuineas SaysMar 13, 2017 Listen
Current Job Growth Unlikely to Continue, Gross SaysMar 10, 2017 Listen
Trump Has Woken Up Animal Spirits, Dimon SaysMar 09, 2017 Listen
Wilbur Ross Says He Hasn't Taken a Position on Border TaxMar 08, 2017 Listen
House of Lords Shouldn't Set Brexit Conditions Now, King SaysMar 07, 2017 Listen
Forecasts for Productivity Growth Are Uncertain, Blanchard SaysMar 06, 2017 Listen
Fed Isn't Committed Enough to Price Stability, Goodfriend SaysMar 03, 2017 Listen
Blinder Expects Up to Four Fed Rate Hikes This YearMar 02, 2017 Listen
Democrats Are in the Wilderness, Valliere SaysMar 01, 2017 Listen
U.S. Economy Is Pretty Solid at 2.5% Growth, Hyman SaysFeb 28, 2017 Listen
Valuations Are Just About Average, Herro SaysFeb 27, 2017 Listen
Virginia's McAuliffe Criticizes Trump's First MonthFeb 24, 2017 Listen
Banks Will Close 10,000 Branches in Coming Years, Mayo SaysFeb 23, 2017 Listen
U.S. Markets Are Ignoring Risks, Yale's Roach SaysFeb 22, 2017 Listen
Europeans Worried Trump Isn't Leading, Harvard's Burns SaysFeb 21, 2017 Listen
The Economic Pain of Brexit Is Becoming Clear, Blair SaysFeb 17, 2017 Listen
U.S. Economy Heading to Fed's 2% Inflation Goal, Fischer SaysFeb 16, 2017 Listen
Bloomberg's Eli Lake Responds to Trump's Tweet on FlynnFeb 15, 2017 Listen
Compliance With OPEC Quotas is Striking, Yergin SaysFeb 14, 2017 Listen
Fed Had a Role in Causing Financial Crisis, Cato's Allison SaysFeb 13, 2017 Listen
Fed Independence Is Crucial, Abby Joseph Cohen SaysFeb 10, 2017 Listen
Michael Darda Expects Three Fed Rate Hikes This YearFeb 09, 2017 Listen
The U.S. Is Killing Itself, Columbia's Sachs SaysFeb 08, 2017 Listen
China-U.S. Relations Out of Balance, Schell SaysFeb 07, 2017 Listen
Trump Isn't in a Position to Undermine Judges, Nye SaysFeb 06, 2017 Listen
Bill Gross Says We're Stuck in a 2% Real GDP EnvironmentFeb 03, 2017 Listen
Pressure on Fed Independence Is Ramping Up, Broaddus SaysFeb 02, 2017 Listen
Apple Services to Be a $45 Billion Business, Munster SaysFeb 01, 2017 Listen
HSBC's Maher Shorts SterlingJan 31, 2017 Listen
Trump Opposition Crosses Political Lines, George Mitchell SaysJan 30, 2017 Listen
Morgan Stanley's Parker Says Earnings May Rise 18 PercentJan 27, 2017 Listen
DeLong Says Trump's Tax Cuts Will Raise Demand for U.S. DollarsJan 26, 2017 Listen
Alan Blinder Says the Fed Isn't DysfunctionalJan 25, 2017 Listen
Sallie Krawcheck Says We're 100 Years From Gender Pay ParityJan 24, 2017 Listen
Surveillance: Trade Wars Would Be a Disaster, Goolsbee SaysJan 23, 2017 Listen
Politicians Must Take More Notice of Inclusion, Deaton SaysJan 20, 2017 Listen
Davos Special: Trump Has Picked Smart People, Dalio SaysJan 19, 2017 Listen
Davos Special: Trump Is Against Capitalism, Roubini SaysJan 18, 2017 Listen
Davos Special: Rubenstein Says Nationalism Affects Big BanksJan 17, 2017 Listen
Surveillance: Revenue Isn't Bank of America Story, Leon SaysJan 13, 2017 Listen
Surveillance: U.S. Bank Stocks May Rise Another 50%, Mayo SaysJan 12, 2017 Listen
Surveillance: Trump's Tweet Policy Is Dangerous, Gartman SaysJan 11, 2017 Listen
Surveillance: Pound Must Have Upside From Lows, Barth SaysJan 10, 2017 Listen
Surveillance: Short UK and French Government Bonds, Gallo SaysJan 09, 2017 Listen
Surveillance: Trump Resembles Mussolini's Policies, Gross SaysJan 06, 2017 Listen
Surveillance: Risk That Fed Could Go Faster, Kiesel SaysJan 05, 2017 Listen
Surveillance: Bremmer, Summers, and The Fate of Pax AmericanaJan 04, 2017 Listen
Surveillance: Q4 Productivity to be Disappointing, Feroli SaysJan 04, 2017 Listen
Surveillance: Eurasia Group's Top Risks of 2017Jan 03, 2017 Listen
Surveillance: The Year Ahead Special with Abby Joseph CohenJan 02, 2017 Listen
Surveillance: Shocks Will Be Political, Not EconomicDec 30, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Companies Must Focus on Growth, Not Tax InversionDec 29, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Fed Is on Hold for First Quarter of 2017Dec 28, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Small-Caps and Financials to Outperform in 2017Dec 27, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Lipsky on the Oddity of Lagarde's ConvictionDec 23, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Forecasts Have to Be Nimble With Trump's UnknownsDec 22, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Change in China Strategy Is Worrisome, Roach SaysDec 21, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: We Can't Deal With China on Twitter, Hormats SaysDec 20, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Quinlan Discusses The Economics of Global ObesityDec 19, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Too Much Talk Can Lower Transparency, Taylor SaysDec 16, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: BOE May Need to Ease Again in 2017, Maher SaysDec 15, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Rate Rise Is a Golden Moment for Banks, Mayo SaysDec 14, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Eichengreen on Globalization's New NormalDec 13, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Euro Bank Accounting Doesn't Provide ConfidenceDec 12, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: We're Entering Deglobalization Era, Sharma SaysDec 09, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Fed Dot Plot Is Not a Good Idea, Orphanides SaysDec 08, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Trump Could Boost Europe, Haass SaysDec 07, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: OPEC Is Doomed, Gartman SaysDec 06, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Europe, as a Construct, Is Failing, Bremmer SaysDec 05, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Gross Says He Can't Live With the Taylor RuleDec 02, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Modi's Cash Move Is Radical, Rogoff SaysDec 01, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Italy's Possible Eurozone ExitNov 30, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Trumponomics Not Unlike Mussolini, Posen SaysNov 29, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Fidel Castro's Death Doesn't Mean Radical ChangeNov 28, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Black Friday's Massive Move to OnlineNov 25, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Anti-Trade Seems Unlikely For Trump, Hubbard SaysNov 23, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: The Pros and Cons of A "Rules-Based" FedNov 22, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: America's Debt Will Get Larger, Diane Swonk SaysNov 21, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Trump Could Restore Productivity, Bullard SaysNov 18, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Too-Big-To-Fail May Be Reviewed, Kashkari SaysNov 17, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Protectionism Will Make Us Poor, Salmond SaysNov 16, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Don't Reject Trumponomics, Skidelsky SaysNov 15, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Italy Needs IMF Assistance, DB Economist SaysNov 14, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Trump Is a Populist, Not Fascist, Ferguson SaysNov 11, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Trump to Be Reaganomics on Steroids, Rattner SaysNov 10, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: The Improbable Becomes RealityNov 09, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Election Day SpecialNov 08, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: The Fed Heeds Markets 105%, Greenspan SaysNov 07, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Gross Counsels Caution Despite Good Jobs ReportNov 04, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: U.K. Court Ruling Suggests Brexit Will Help PoundNov 03, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Local Media Is Wasting Away, Ken Doctor SaysNov 02, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: The Election Isn't Going to Be Stolen, Winik SaysNov 01, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Americans Should Be Depressed, Rattner SaysOct 31, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Investors Are Still Skittish, Nuveen's Doll SaysOct 28, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Twitter Is Improving, Sena SaysOct 27, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: U.S. to Consider Negative Rates Within 10 YearsOct 26, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Politics is Driving the Economy, El-Erian SaysOct 25, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Merger Monday Special on AT&T and Time WarnerOct 24, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Many Potential Buyers for Time Warner, BTIG SaysOct 21, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: U.S. Earnings to Rise 5% in 2017, Adams SaysOct 20, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Economic Decisions Pulling us Apart, Krueger SaysOct 19, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Apple's Future Should Be in Content, Ward SaysOct 18, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Foreign Investors Willing to Take Duration RiskOct 17, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Beginning to See Slowdown in Banking, Hintz SaysOct 14, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Slowing Innovation Hit Productivity, Phelps SaysOct 13, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Stephen Stanley on the Part Time-ization of USOct 12, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Workplace Is Changing Dramatically, Nobelist SaysOct 11, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Fed Moving Closer to Normalization, Sinche SaysOct 10, 2016 Listen
Admati: Deutsche Bank Has Made Itself More SystemicOct 07, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Gross Says Job Report Won't Bar Fed Rate IncreaseOct 07, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Settlement on Deutsche Bank is Best, Lagarde SaidOct 06, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: U.S. Economy Stagnating, Alan Greenspan SaysOct 05, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Major Sees Five More Years of Low Bond YieldsOct 04, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: U.K.'s Idea of Brexit Sovereignty an IllusionOct 03, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Citi's Buiter Says Global Economy is StagnatingSep 30, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Harker Wants a Hike ‘Sooner, Rather Than Later'Sep 29, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Fed Lacks Strategy, Former Philly Fed Pres. SaysSep 28, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: David Rosenberg Says He's Bearish on YenSep 27, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Gallo Says German Government Must Intervene in DBSep 26, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Competitive Devaluation Is 'Intellectually Vapid'Sep 23, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: A 'Rudderless' FedSep 22, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Goncalves Says It’s BOJ’s Turn to Move (Correct)Sep 22, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Harvard's Porter Says Economy Peaked 20 Years AgoSep 20, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Capital Alpha Partners' Gabriel on the ElectionSep 19, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Achuthan Says Growth Cycle is Agonizing for FedSep 16, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Sri-Kumar Says Give Monetary Policy A RestSep 15, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Fed on the Edge of EffectivenessSep 14, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Rogoff On the Curse of CashSep 13, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Desai Says the Days of Globalization Are OverSep 12, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Stern Says Fed Committed to Data-DependencySep 09, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Draghi Will Run Out of Assets to BuySep 08, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: El-Erian Says Fed Rate Hike Likely in 2016Sep 07, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Putin is an Unreformed NATO HaterSep 06, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Gross: September Rate Hike is OnSep 02, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Warther: VIX Needs a CatalystSep 01, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Once Again, Doubt About the FedAug 31, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Fed's Fischer Says Negative Rates Seem to WorkAug 30, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Taylor Rule Author: Fed Should Already Have MovedAug 29, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: The Fed Presidents Speak at Jackson HoleAug 26, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Jackson Hole Host Says Raise RatesAug 25, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Trump Will Cut Taxes for EveryoneAug 24, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: America's Millions of Uncountable UnemployedAug 23, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Davies, Herro, El-ErianAug 22, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Levitt, Meyer, Newport, DardaAug 19, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Stiglitz, Valliere, Zentner, RossAug 18, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Trennert, Maher, PetersAug 17, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Curnutt, Foley, Duncan, HegartyAug 16, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Weinberg, Crescenzi, DickersonAug 15, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Rose, Wieseman, Telsey, Burke, YerginAug 12, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Schmieding & Fiotakis, Kass, Ritholtz, RattnerAug 11, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Adams, Greenfield, Bernstein, SmithAug 10, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Parker, Ritholtz, GartmanAug 09, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Woo, Zingales, SincheAug 08, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Krueger, Cohen, Glassman, GrossAug 05, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: CoultonAug 04, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Eisenbeis, Posen, GreeneAug 04, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Krawcheck, Purves, Schork, CollenderAug 03, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Haass, Swonk, FishmanAug 02, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: York, Jersey, StavridisAug 01, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Feldman, Posen, Sinche, BurnsJul 29, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Morse, Clarida, WieserJul 28, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Belski, Rosenberg, Porcelli, PiecykJul 27, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Bandholz, Munster, Miller, SenatoreJul 26, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Quinlan, Galloway, Yamada, RosenbergJul 25, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Browne, Hornbach, Weber, KennyJul 22, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Fels, Yergin, Wang, ValliereJul 21, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Hintz, Sununu, Stockton, MerkJul 20, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Zentner, Newport, Harris, BaroneJul 19, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Weinberg, Dutta, Stavridis, GabrielJul 18, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Hormats, Haass, Goodfriend, RosenbergJul 15, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Sentance, Peabody, Holland, ZentnerJul 14, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Dennis, Weinberg, Strauss, MayoJul 13, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Sri-Kumar, Gartman, MakiJul 12, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Kotok, Darda, BootleJul 11, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Buiter, Gross, Levkovich, FelsJul 08, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Marangi, Rajadhyaksha, York, El-ErianJul 07, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Bremmer, Alloatti, CliftonJul 06, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Weinberg, Steel, Hartnett, ZingalesJul 05, 2016 Listen
Micklethwait: Goodbye to all thatJul 01, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Slok, Bisat, DwyerJul 01, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Hintz, Rupkey, KassJun 30, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Hooper, Herro, MayoJun 29, 2016 Listen
Michael Feroli is data dependentJun 28, 2016 Listen
Wolfers: Prediction markets, the least terrible wayJun 28, 2016 Listen
Lee: Can the consumer keep the economy going?Jun 28, 2016 Listen
Sparks: A G-zero world, a G-zero Europe, a G-zero UKJun 28, 2016 Listen
Surveillance Brexit Special: King, Goodfriend, FelsJun 28, 2016 Listen
Greene: UK is more divided than I've ever seen itJun 28, 2016 Listen
Wheeler: complete confusion in the U.K.Jun 27, 2016 Listen
Gensler: Clinton sees need to go beyond Dodd-FrankJun 27, 2016 Listen
Dionne: Trump is an extreme narcissistJun 27, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Alan GreenspanJun 27, 2016 Listen
Petrou: European financial system dependent on biggest banksJun 27, 2016 Listen
Sorrell: London driven by forces outside of the U.K.Jun 27, 2016 Listen
Mallaby: U.K. uncertainty will be deep and prolongedJun 27, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg Surveillance: June 27, 2016 - Hour 2Jun 27, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg Surveillance: June 27, 2016 - Hour 1Jun 27, 2016 Listen
Surveillance Brexit Special: Posen, Rosenberg, BrownJun 24, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Skidelsky, Schneider, El-ErianJun 23, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Browne, Rahman, LongworthJun 22, 2016 Listen
Surveillance: Donovan, Blain, SchmiedingJun 21, 2016 Listen
Warne: You should own companies that make their own fortuneJun 20, 2016 Listen
Blanchflower: Brexit a dangerous leap in the darkJun 20, 2016 Listen
Swonk: Janet Yellen has painted herself in a difficult cornerJun 20, 2016 Listen
Rudd: Many more people think they are better off in EUJun 20, 2016 Listen
Bremmer: We are seeing reaction to refugee crisis in ItalyJun 20, 2016 Listen
French: Momentum has shifted back to the "remain" campJun 20, 2016 Listen
Dumas: One has to be cold-blooded on BrexitJun 17, 2016 Listen
Herrmann: The Fed needs to wake upJun 17, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg BNA: Republicans want to defund the SECJun 17, 2016 Listen
Shing: European stock market fear gauge has been on a tearJun 17, 2016 Listen
Roberts: Let people make Brexit decision with their heartsJun 17, 2016 Listen
Roach: The Fed is more reactive and not proactiveJun 17, 2016 Listen
Foley: The market is very anxiousJun 16, 2016 Listen
Kass: Deutsche Bank is in troubleJun 16, 2016 Listen
Kocherlakota: Nobody wants the great inflation againJun 16, 2016 Listen
Gabriel: It's the Senate stupid!Jun 15, 2016 Listen
Bogle: Don’t take risks to get higher returnsJun 15, 2016 Listen
Bogle: Don't take risks to get higher returnsJun 15, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg BNA: Obamacare gets its day in court (again)(Correct)Jun 15, 2016 Listen
Graham-Taylor: Equities underperform when more easing announcedJun 15, 2016 Listen
Sowerby: Year on year, profits have fallen 8 percentJun 15, 2016 Listen
Cohen: It has been a volatile first half of 2016Jun 15, 2016 Listen
Bolen: President will sign new FOIA bill into lawJun 14, 2016 Listen
Mahaney: LinkedIn likely had other offersJun 14, 2016 Listen
Dunkelberg: We are not getting growth in capital spendingJun 14, 2016 Listen
Piegza: May showed a modest spending paceJun 14, 2016 Listen
Girard: Biggest question facing market is July Fed move or notJun 14, 2016 Listen
Todd: There has been a concerted effort to discredit mediaJun 14, 2016 Listen
Gheit: Outlook for oil is much more constructive long termJun 14, 2016 Listen
Munster: Investors viewed LinkedIn as a troubled companyJun 14, 2016 Listen
Matus: Manufacturing looks good relative to last monthJun 13, 2016 Listen
McIntyre: There is some value in emerging sovereign bondsJun 13, 2016 Listen
Wheeler: Fear, drop in yields hurting European banksJun 13, 2016 Listen
Sankaran: Our base case remains Britain will not leave EUJun 13, 2016 Listen
Pond: Move over past few days has been about fear, BrexitJun 13, 2016 Listen
Zelizer: The anti-hero presidentJun 10, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg BNA: Lydia Beyoud on cable's day on the HillJun 10, 2016 Listen
Rattner: We don't own bonds at these unprecedented ratesJun 10, 2016 Listen
Sankey: We don't see oil markets tightening at a rapid paceJun 10, 2016 Listen
Foley: We have residual concerns about low growthJun 10, 2016 Listen
Silvia: There are a lot of jobs with low wages and few benefitsJun 10, 2016 Listen
Kegan: Fail frequently, fail forward, fail fastJun 09, 2016 Listen
Hensarling: Dodd-Frank has failedJun 09, 2016 Listen
Barbour: Trump needs to stop stepping on the storyJun 09, 2016 Listen
Sen: Oil's new trading range is $45 to $55 a barrelJun 09, 2016 Listen
Neumann: There is no real risk of a financial crisis in ChinaJun 09, 2016 Listen
Deverell: Investors nervous again about global growthJun 09, 2016 Listen
Campbell: The Saudis are not concerned about shaleJun 08, 2016 Listen
Dunn: The lingering bitterness of the primariesJun 08, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg BNA's Rob Tricchinelli on the battle for Dodd-FrankJun 08, 2016 Listen
Maki: Confident labor markets will pick up in third quarterJun 08, 2016 Listen
Gartman: Markets accounting for political riskJun 08, 2016 Listen
Valliere: Republicans having a serious case of buyer's remorseJun 08, 2016 Listen
Jersey: Most immediate unknown is Brexit and contangion effectJun 08, 2016 Listen
Sivaram: Green tech's death valleyJun 07, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg Surveillance: Bloomberg BNA's Eleanor Tyler on pharmaJun 07, 2016 Listen
Mody: Brexit Won’t Send Britain Back To The Dark AgesJun 07, 2016 Listen
Tynan: A stress-test for automakers (correct)Jun 07, 2016 Listen
Mody: Brexit Won't Send Britain Back To The Dark AgesJun 07, 2016 Listen
Piecyk & Greenfield: Big platforms only winners in mobile adsJun 07, 2016 Listen
Omero: More people say Democratic primary more hurtful in 2008Jun 07, 2016 Listen
Shing: Political uncertainty is the most hedged tradeJun 07, 2016 Listen
Rodriguez: Fed is relevent for the emerging market complexJun 07, 2016 Listen
Sonenshine: Low rates, low growth reflect economic problemsJun 06, 2016 Listen
Sinche: Fed is afraid to get from 0.25% to 1.5%Jun 06, 2016 Listen
Lockhart: Expect Yellen to say "cautious and gradual"Jun 06, 2016 Listen
Eisenbeis: Fed has to say a rate rise is on the table (Correct)Jun 06, 2016 Listen
Marks: Major change in rates is far down the roadJun 06, 2016 Listen
Clarida: The markets don't believe the FedJun 06, 2016 Listen
Mather: Back To A 'Normal' Jobs ReportJun 03, 2016 Listen
Stanley: The Economist Is Getting TighterJun 03, 2016 Listen
Blanchflower: The U.S. Is Not At Full EmploymentJun 03, 2016 Listen
Gross: Low Interest Rates Are DestructiveJun 03, 2016 Listen
Glassman: We Should Expect Slower Job GrowthJun 03, 2016 Listen
Krueger: The 'Gig Economy' Is Not Reflected In The DataJun 03, 2016 Listen
Ward: I Don't Scare EasilyJun 03, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg Surveillance: June 3, 2016 - Hour 1Jun 03, 2016 Listen
Kearns: Machine Learning & Monetary PolicyJun 02, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg Reserve's Elliot: There Is A Right Amount Of SaltJun 02, 2016 Listen
Kirkegaard: Brexit & A Civil War Inside The Conservative PartyJun 02, 2016 Listen
Feroli: We Don't Know The Natural Rate Of UnemploymentJun 02, 2016 Listen
Valli: The ECB Is In Wait-And-See ModeJun 02, 2016 Listen
Jalinoos: Dollar Unlikely To Get Significantly StrongerJun 02, 2016 Listen
Fry: More millennials live at home with parents (Correct)Jun 01, 2016 Listen
Sweig: Doing business in Cuba will be a slow processJun 01, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg Surveillance: Bloomberg BNA's Aaron Lorenzo On TaxesJun 01, 2016 Listen
Lee: In the U.S. manufacturing is not that big of a dealJun 01, 2016 Listen
Juckes: The ECB at the moment is doing nothingJun 01, 2016 Listen
Lake: Yellen is "best we have right now"Jun 01, 2016 Listen
Marshall: Need more attention on manufacturing (Correct)May 31, 2016 Listen
Greene: Why Europe's Lousy Deal w/Turkey Won't WorkMay 31, 2016 Listen
Todd: Libertarian ticket has my attentionMay 31, 2016 Listen
Johnson: Economic numbers are a mixed bagMay 31, 2016 Listen
Zakaria: Many CEOs attribute success to liberal arts educationMay 31, 2016 Listen
Kelly: TSA is not really keeping us safeMay 27, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg Surveillance: Bloomberg BNA's Nancy OgnanovichMay 27, 2016 Listen
Milligan: U.S. economic engine falteredMay 27, 2016 Listen
Yergin: Oil moving back into balance with supply and demandMay 27, 2016 Listen
Sweeney: Janet Yellen focuses on labor marketsMay 27, 2016 Listen
Newport: View of Hillary Clinton changes like a rollercoasterMay 27, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg Surveillance: May 27, 2016 - Hour 1May 27, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg Surveillance: Bloomberg BNA's Tim McElgunn On CableMay 26, 2016 Listen
McCaughan: Most economic commentators are confused on FedMay 26, 2016 Listen
Munster: People will soon think Tim Cook is a geniusMay 26, 2016 Listen
Schenker: Autos are propping up the U.S. economyMay 26, 2016 Listen
Swonk: Markets have been more right than the Fed on dot plotsMay 26, 2016 Listen
Collender: Global economy must crash before Congress actsMay 26, 2016 Listen
Bory: Corporate bonds tend to track Treasury movesMay 26, 2016 Listen
Blackwill & Harris on "War By Other Means"May 25, 2016 Listen
Lignos: Market is repricing in higher Fed rates this yearMay 25, 2016 Listen
Mowat: Not a lot of EM currency volatility to start the yearMay 25, 2016 Listen
Dequadros: Trade will be a modest drag on growth in Q2May 25, 2016 Listen
Mayo: Wells Fargo is the bank to own long-termMay 25, 2016 Listen
Ross: Trump will win the electionMay 25, 2016 Listen
Ross: Trump will win the electionMay 25, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg BNA: A replacement for the ACA?May 24, 2016 Listen
Special: Conductor Benjamin Zander on The Art of PossibilityMay 24, 2016 Listen
Stockton: Tightening by the Fed is never a smooth processMay 24, 2016 Listen
Rosenberg: Investors don't think Fed will move in JuneMay 24, 2016 Listen
Kocherlakota: Focus on Fed timeline is an unhealthy obsessionMay 24, 2016 Listen
Todd: Trump tries to share his weakness with his opponentMay 24, 2016 Listen
Marinov: Dollar could appreciate more from hereMay 24, 2016 Listen
Haass: Nothing being done in campaign that promotes compromiseMay 24, 2016 Listen
Bourke: Bayer being very aggressive with debt capacityMay 23, 2016 Listen
Darda: Fed is on the wrong trackMay 23, 2016 Listen
Rattner: Equities are the place to beMay 23, 2016 Listen
Herro: Glencore worth substantially more than current valueMay 23, 2016 Listen
Stretch: Still a few weeks away from market pricing in Fed moveMay 23, 2016 Listen
Sri-Kumar: Real growth cannot come from monetary policy aloneMay 23, 2016 Listen
Blinder: Markets have June hike priced about rightMay 20, 2016 Listen
Glickman: Normal has been redefined for oilMay 20, 2016 Listen
Reinhart: Fed has a communication problem with the marketsMay 20, 2016 Listen
Rochester: Market is having to price in Brexit riskMay 20, 2016 Listen
Maki: Fed suddenly objected to market pricingMay 20, 2016 Listen
Golub: A sloppy earnings season from a growth perspectiveMay 20, 2016 Listen
Saxena: Smaller, regional banks should consider mergingMay 20, 2016 Listen
Fishman: There's fear investors are getting ready to sellMay 19, 2016 Listen
Rajappa: Market is too complacent over rate hikesMay 19, 2016 Listen
Lacker: Comfortable with four Fed rate hikes in 2016May 19, 2016 Listen
Goodfriend: Fed should focus more on inflationMay 19, 2016 Listen
Viloria: Monetary policy the main driver of currenciesMay 18, 2016 Listen
Yarmuth: Political parties have forgotten their rootsMay 18, 2016 Listen
Friedman: NATO simply doesn't workMay 18, 2016 Listen
Paulsen: Fed should stop stallingMay 18, 2016 Listen
Macklow-Smith: Political events mask improving fundamentalsMay 18, 2016 Listen
Bremmer: Passion and turnout will be for the Brexit voteMay 18, 2016 Listen
Goetzmann: Financial engineering goes back 5,000 yearsMay 17, 2016 Listen
Schmitz: People in China are struggling to keep up with changeMay 17, 2016 Listen
Selig: Administration laser-focused on trade dealsMay 17, 2016 Listen
Zandi: Housing market is healthyMay 17, 2016 Listen
Cassidy: Dimon has taken JPM to the topMay 17, 2016 Listen
Todd: Clinton limping to the finish lineMay 17, 2016 Listen
Belski: U.S. economic stability is improvingMay 17, 2016 Listen
Bisat: Turkey has a good economic storyMay 17, 2016 Listen
Slok: We are closer than we've been in years to full employmentMay 17, 2016 Listen
Bernstein on his life in publishing and human rightsMay 16, 2016 Listen
Fels: ECB may expand purchases to include stocksMay 16, 2016 Listen
French: Central bank consensus is emergingMay 16, 2016 Listen
Ciana: Oil prices set to head higherMay 16, 2016 Listen
McDonald: Venezuela an outlier of what's happening in LatAmMay 16, 2016 Listen
Goldberg: China policymakers stimulating economyMay 16, 2016 Listen
Sowerby: Disappointing earnings news has improvedMay 13, 2016 Listen
Surveillance Special: Moffett & Nathanson on Future of MediaMay 13, 2016 Listen
Davidowitz: All U.S. department stores are badMay 13, 2016 Listen
Santos: Fixed income in Brazil is about expectationsMay 13, 2016 Listen
Stevens: You can't deny dataMay 13, 2016 Listen
Syth: More choices for consumers regarding fares and airlineMay 13, 2016 Listen
Boersma: Recent run has been long in valuing performanceMay 12, 2016 Listen
Emons: Brexit debate is starting to heat upMay 12, 2016 Listen
Garman: It might be difficult to approve reforms in short termMay 12, 2016 Listen
Rupkey: Jobs market was spot on this first quarterMay 12, 2016 Listen
Blanchflower: Brexit is a downside riskMay 12, 2016 Listen
Matejka: Yields will be determined by the growthMay 11, 2016 Listen
Hagel: Strength of a nation is based on its economic standingMay 11, 2016 Listen
Weber: It will be more about the tone of the campaignMay 11, 2016 Listen
Harris: What the Fed is doing is approaching Helicopter MoneyMay 11, 2016 Listen
Daly: The U.K. is still dependent on foreign investmentMay 11, 2016 Listen
Tannenbaum: Inflation is closer to the two percent targetMay 10, 2016 Listen
Valliere: Everybody wants to get their debt restructuredMay 10, 2016 Listen
Rosenberg: Fed policy has controlled rates across yield curveMay 10, 2016 Listen
Todd: Some Republicans think stain of Trump hard to wash awayMay 10, 2016 Listen
Swanson: I don't think Fed rate hike changes landscapeMay 10, 2016 Listen
Piegza: Early indication that wages are picking upMay 10, 2016 Listen
Dunkelberg: It's been a sub-normal recoveryMay 10, 2016 Listen
Levy: All the candidates have a planMay 10, 2016 Listen
Telsey: You can't just do the same with fashionMay 09, 2016 Listen
Warne: Confusing short term creates opportunity for investorsMay 09, 2016 Listen
Chen: New generations spending on experience than retailMay 09, 2016 Listen
Henderson: Market uncertainty over Turkey (Correct)May 09, 2016 Listen
Shepherdson: Market ignoring conflicting signals from FedMay 09, 2016 Listen
Ryding: Fed has messed up communications policyMay 09, 2016 Listen
Kass: The World's Markets and Global Economies Are MaturingMay 09, 2016 Listen
Mather: Equities should out perform bonds in the next few yearsMay 06, 2016 Listen
Sinche: Wage numbers have not been increasingMay 06, 2016 Listen
Maley: Retail ETF is rolling overMay 06, 2016 Listen
Gross: The Fed has to support the long bond marketMay 06, 2016 Listen
Glassman: Extra innings for a full recovery in the jobs marketMay 06, 2016 Listen
Thin: The days of volatility will be with us for a whileMay 05, 2016 Listen
Brown: Inflation pressure is still containedMay 05, 2016 Listen
Admati: Healthier banking system is precursor to better growthMay 05, 2016 Listen
Belski: The easy trade is the Fed will remain dovishMay 05, 2016 Listen
Nathanson: I don't think anyone rushes in to buy TwitterMay 04, 2016 Listen
Dumas: Germans are on the wrong side of the marketMay 04, 2016 Listen
Carson: 1 out of 5 jobs in Indiana is manufacturingMay 04, 2016 Listen
Schenker: Labor market might start to slowMay 04, 2016 Listen
Krueger: Ted Cruz drops out of the raceMay 04, 2016 Listen
Lesser: CEOs looking for growth when growth is hard to findMay 04, 2016 Listen
York: We've had a confusing oil and commodity marketMay 04, 2016 Listen
Winters: We are reluctant activist investorsMay 04, 2016 Listen
Roth: College admissions look for signals of student interestMay 03, 2016 Listen
Valliere: Sanders young voters might vote for TrumpMay 03, 2016 Listen
Shindle: It's a really strong season for the Tony AwardsMay 03, 2016 Listen
Bloxham: Markets were expecting U.S. rates to riseMay 03, 2016 Listen
Micklethwait: Leicester developed counter-attacking styleMay 03, 2016 Listen
Roemer: Southeast Asia commodities rising on weaker El NinoMay 03, 2016 Listen
Lele: There is a dichotomy of inflation outlooksMay 03, 2016 Listen
Schiller: The infrastructure of campaigns are very importantMay 02, 2016 Listen
Jacobsen: People should still save for retirementMay 02, 2016 Listen
Steel: The Gold decline last year were predicated on rate risesMay 02, 2016 Listen
Ryan: Inventory being weighed down will effect productionMay 02, 2016 Listen
Miller: It's an ongoing reality that Puerto Rico can't pay debtMay 02, 2016 Listen
Kass: Berkshire Hathaway meeting previewApr 29, 2016 Listen
Dobbs: Longer term trends link better with global economyApr 29, 2016 Listen
Baier: Politics are going overboardApr 29, 2016 Listen
Mortimer-Lee: Wages are not picking up that muchApr 29, 2016 Listen
Schork: Exxon has downstream refiningApr 29, 2016 Listen
Daly: We were expecting more from the Bank of JapanApr 28, 2016 Listen
Leone: Consolidation remains a key theme across healthcareApr 28, 2016 Listen
Vail: We have more easing ahead just not the right time nowApr 28, 2016 Listen
Behravesh: The consumer is spending and makes 70% of economyApr 28, 2016 Listen
Barofsky: The U.S. stands alone in regulating its banksApr 28, 2016 Listen
Foley: The Yen is weakening significally but undervaluedApr 28, 2016 Listen
Merk: Central banks have been trying to move markets with wordsApr 28, 2016 Listen
Emanuel: We are positive on healthcareApr 28, 2016 Listen
Miller: The spillover effect seems to be moderateApr 27, 2016 Listen
Wieser: The Yahoo auction process is a real process nowApr 27, 2016 Listen
King: The worst event in politics is when people make a mistakeApr 27, 2016 Listen
Gonzalez: The dollar spike was a concern on exportsApr 27, 2016 Listen
Weber: Trump departs from Republican Party beliefsApr 27, 2016 Listen
Kotok: Japan equity risk premium double that of U.S.Apr 27, 2016 Listen
Goncalves: Trend-following traders pushing oil rallyApr 27, 2016 Listen
Seides: Hedge Fund industry is reaching mature growthApr 26, 2016 Listen
Friedman: China has tremendous povertyApr 26, 2016 Listen
Varoufakis: Europe developed a rate currency that was unfitApr 26, 2016 Listen
Michaeli: GM is in a better place than Ford regarding profitsApr 26, 2016 Listen
Todd: Bernie Sanders' run probably ended last weekApr 26, 2016 Listen
Pond: Correlation between oil and headline inflationApr 26, 2016 Listen
Stiglitz: We have tax system that perpetuates inequalityApr 26, 2016 Listen
Hogan: We may start seeing an earnings growth this yearApr 25, 2016 Listen
Patel: The long term trend of the Dollar is still to be higherApr 25, 2016 Listen
Herro: The consumer is still very strongApr 25, 2016 Listen
Valliere: GOP's divide-and-conquer strategy too little too lateApr 25, 2016 Listen
Heymann: Tepid demand a challenge for industrials to grow salesApr 25, 2016 Listen
Gutierrez: Very proud of Obama's visit to CubaApr 22, 2016 Listen
Herrmann: Year 2016 is mirroring job patterns of 00' and 89Apr 22, 2016 Listen
James: People wondered if an IMF was even neededApr 22, 2016 Listen
Mayo: Bank management teams need to be held more accountableApr 22, 2016 Listen
Glassman: Some sectors of the economy haven't recoveredApr 22, 2016 Listen
Moniz: Urgency to respond to global warming is quite greatApr 22, 2016 Listen
Dixon: Clear indications that the economy is slowingApr 21, 2016 Listen
Lee: All monetary policy is doing is moving growth aroundApr 21, 2016 Listen
Saravelos: We had a set back but we're not giving upApr 21, 2016 Listen
Stavridis: Iran and Saudi Arabia disagreement a big dealApr 21, 2016 Listen
Paulsen: Add more risk when investors feel uncomfortableApr 21, 2016 Listen
Amoroso: Looking to ECB for info on corporate bond purchasesApr 21, 2016 Listen
Angelos: Any form of entertainment has a demographic challengeApr 20, 2016 Listen
Bogle: Not a good time to take risks on bond side of portfolioApr 20, 2016 Listen
Hormats: Saudis are the marginal producer of oilApr 20, 2016 Listen
Rupkey: Unemployment rate is best indicator of where we areApr 20, 2016 Listen
Das: Most emerging markets will benefit from stimulusApr 20, 2016 Listen
Cantrill: Markets viewing presidential election as noiseApr 20, 2016 Listen
Galloway: EU's Google antitrust probe probably won't workApr 20, 2016 Listen
Ukonaho: Google needs to change its practicesApr 20, 2016 Listen
O'Neil: Brazil is two nations with impeachment talkApr 18, 2016 Listen
Alpert: Concerned about China's slowing growth and inflationApr 18, 2016 Listen
Stanley: Regional manufacturing sector improving from last yearApr 18, 2016 Listen
Yergin: Saudi Arabia trying to diversify economy away from oilApr 18, 2016 Listen
Hegarty: We care about quality of inflationApr 18, 2016 Listen
Verleger: Oil prices aren't going to fall very muchApr 18, 2016 Listen
Haass: Brazil's state-sector dominance has gone too farApr 18, 2016 Listen
Collier: Bottom billion is no threat to the top billionApr 15, 2016 Listen
Bolton: Europe still one of the safest regions on terrorismApr 15, 2016 Listen
Dequadros: Manufacturing starting to show evidence of reboundApr 15, 2016 Listen
Weinberg: We are bearish on the global economyApr 15, 2016 Listen
Lele: Global growth and liquidity positions are improvingApr 15, 2016 Listen
Dumas: Chinese GDP is strong with fiscal stimulusApr 15, 2016 Listen
Mayo: Bullish on bank stocksApr 14, 2016 Listen
French: what BOE says is moving into political sphereApr 14, 2016 Listen
Russo: Cost that make products are lower than a few years agoApr 14, 2016 Listen
Oja: Wells Fargo had traditional strong long growthApr 14, 2016 Listen
Derman: Stocks aren't going to behave the way they shouldApr 14, 2016 Listen
Kelly: Pricing of central banks are completely out of whackApr 13, 2016 Listen
Hintz: Headwind is on the energy sideApr 13, 2016 Listen
Zandi: We'll get another good year in overall consumer spendingApr 13, 2016 Listen
York: Lower for longer range trading in 40's and 50'sApr 13, 2016 Listen
Straszheim: reports of death of Chinese economy exaggeratedApr 13, 2016 Listen
Bianco: 70% of companies will beat earnings expectationsApr 13, 2016 Listen
Chandler: The Yen is a conundrumApr 12, 2016 Listen
Crescenzi: Significant slack in the labor marketApr 12, 2016 Listen
Duncan: No supply in low price for owned or rented propertyApr 12, 2016 Listen
Peabody: Earnings will be ugly for banks in the next ten daysApr 12, 2016 Listen
Sinche: China may be quietly taking positions in yen, euroApr 12, 2016 Listen
Currie: markets are no longer pricing on demand fearsApr 12, 2016 Listen
Sweig: tourists will find Cuba is underdeveloped countryApr 12, 2016 Listen
Nelson: Rates for big corporations are at historical lowsApr 11, 2016 Listen
Gray: Markets are insanely competitiveApr 11, 2016 Listen
Feroli: Hopeful that the Q2 will improveApr 11, 2016 Listen
Peck: Marissa Mayer invovled with Yahoo transaction discussionApr 11, 2016 Listen
Stovall: consumer discretionary to lead earnings seasonApr 11, 2016 Listen
Faber: there are short-term opportunities in the YenApr 11, 2016 Listen
Squali: Marissa Mayer is a potential bidder for YahooApr 08, 2016 Listen
Vail: Markets are testing the Japanese governmentApr 08, 2016 Listen
Weisman: Labor force increases are pretty minimalApr 08, 2016 Listen
Low: there are limits to the effectiveness of monetary policyApr 08, 2016 Listen
Profusek: inversions a small part of M&AApr 08, 2016 Listen
Goldberg: Validity to emerging markets accumulating debtApr 08, 2016 Listen
Morrison: Oil inventory in storage becomes depletedApr 07, 2016 Listen
Levy: Currently the most housing unit construction since 1974Apr 07, 2016 Listen
Hickey: crude oil and Fed were working against the marketApr 07, 2016 Listen
Paulsen: Attitude on Wall Street has changed since FebruaryApr 07, 2016 Listen
Kirkpatrick: Facebook's strategy is still growth orientedApr 07, 2016 Listen
Miller: We've hit an afforadability thresholdApr 07, 2016 Listen
Warne: We continue to think rates will go up slowlyApr 06, 2016 Listen
Drury: The world is fixated on being in an economic expansionApr 06, 2016 Listen
Pomeranz: Putin not on the Panama Papers listApr 06, 2016 Listen
Newport: Trump has significant negative base around himApr 06, 2016 Listen
Malpass: skeptical of forward guidance because no crystal ballApr 06, 2016 Listen
Tague: new legislation continues anti-inversion rhetoricApr 06, 2016 Listen
Kirkegaard: Eurozone is stuck in a structural growth crisisApr 05, 2016 Listen
De Maria: Fundamental outlook on agriculture is challengingApr 05, 2016 Listen
Cohen: The biggest jumble is the GO political enviornmentApr 05, 2016 Listen
Malkoutzis: Greek bailout packages come with conditionalityApr 05, 2016 Listen
Todd: Wisconsin could be pyschological reset of GOP raceApr 05, 2016 Listen
Mauldin: Fed should issue 1% 40-year bonds for infrastructureApr 05, 2016 Listen
Munster: Apple dividend may get more meaty in 2017Apr 05, 2016 Listen
Browne: corporations not gaining trust back from general publicApr 04, 2016 Listen
Cohen: oil is going to be a volatile market this quarterApr 04, 2016 Listen
Brown: still have a lot of people worried about the economyApr 04, 2016 Listen
Blanchflower: there is labor market slack and no wage pressureApr 04, 2016 Listen
Stockton: equity markets have gone too far too fastApr 04, 2016 Listen
Krawcheck: retirement savings' crisis is a woman's crisisApr 04, 2016 Listen
Mather: We are seeing wages go upApr 01, 2016 Listen
Silvia: Labor force participation rate continues to improveApr 01, 2016 Listen
Gross: June likely time for one of two FED rate hikesApr 01, 2016 Listen
Shilling: job picture isn't as auspicious as headlines suggestApr 01, 2016 Listen
Buiter: China's debt load not all bad newsApr 01, 2016 Listen
Glassman: Jobs Day PreviewApr 01, 2016 Listen
Faber: We love to see value and momentum overlapMar 31, 2016 Listen
Maki:I don't think we will go back to old growth ratesMar 31, 2016 Listen
Zhu:China's economy is facing downward pressureMar 31, 2016 Listen
Batley: Brexit market fears related to France more than BritainMar 31, 2016 Listen
Rajadhyaksha: difficult to see 2.5 percent inflation in 2017Mar 31, 2016 Listen
Sinche: the dollar will creep gradually higher on better dataMar 31, 2016 Listen
Derman: no simple models to replace bell curveMar 30, 2016 Listen
Turnhill: never saw a sustained volatility so low beforeMar 30, 2016 Listen
Derman:social Sciences are involved with peopleMar 30, 2016 Listen
Piegza: employment numbers have been consistentMar 30, 2016 Listen
Tetlock: discerning between good experts and bad expertsMar 30, 2016 Listen
Hubbard: Janet Yellen not really telling us what they're doingMar 30, 2016 Listen
Curnutt: electronic trading has changed market volatilityMar 30, 2016 Listen
Haass: trade is strategically a glue to the worldMar 30, 2016 Listen
Kass: the dominant investors are no longer the retail investorMar 29, 2016 Listen
Johnson:retirement income crisisMar 29, 2016 Listen
Uy:active management can help navigate investorsMar 29, 2016 Listen
Todd: voters don't vote on electabilityMar 29, 2016 Listen
Ricchiuto: This economy is just stuckMar 29, 2016 Listen
Gurria: need to break cycle of poverty through educationMar 29, 2016 Listen
Fels:global markets are bumpy, below par and brittleMar 29, 2016 Listen
Robbins:President Obama's visit in CubaMar 28, 2016 Listen
Steel:Gold is a highly regarded assetMar 28, 2016 Listen
Mortimer-Lee:we are above trend at the momentMar 28, 2016 Listen
Jones:have an allocation to all the major asset classesMar 28, 2016 Listen
Shearing:we have to pay more attention to EMMar 28, 2016 Listen
Kimball: negative interest rates and GDPMar 24, 2016 Listen
Levitt: perspective on how Trump courts Wall StreetMar 24, 2016 Listen
Roberts: Trump needs to become more presidential, seriousMar 24, 2016 Listen
Ward: we don't own banks anymore after cloudy recoveryMar 24, 2016 Listen
Brown:the UK may end up leaving the EUMar 24, 2016 Listen
Sowerby:small cap stocks have out performed large cap stocksMar 24, 2016 Listen
Berson: credit availabilty is tighter now and less availableMar 23, 2016 Listen
Bullard: Fed should edge to more normal ratesMar 23, 2016 Listen
Normand: dot plots and forward guidanceMar 23, 2016 Listen
Gabriel: Trump can have enormous leverageMar 23, 2016 Listen
Kotok: markets are becoming used to terror attacksMar 23, 2016 Listen
Hormats: looking to see how general eco weakness affects FedMar 23, 2016 Listen
Wittner: oil has hit a bottonMar 22, 2016 Listen
Hayden: security forces in BrusselsMar 22, 2016 Listen
Muggah: protection of society from extremistMar 22, 2016 Listen
Muggah: gettting smarter on how we interveneMar 22, 2016 Listen
Bremmer: attacks put tourism, trade on negativeMar 22, 2016 Listen
Corr: infiltrating terroristMar 22, 2016 Listen
Corr: find out who the terrorist are before they attackMar 22, 2016 Listen
Ballard: sharp risk aversion after Brussels attacksMar 22, 2016 Listen
Foley: attacks create uncertainty and hinder growthMar 22, 2016 Listen
Rahman: attacks show incompetence of Belgium administrationMar 22, 2016 Listen
Hass: Valeant is under pressureMar 21, 2016 Listen
Levitt: accounting is an art formMar 21, 2016 Listen
Koons:n Valeant's reputation on the lineMar 21, 2016 Listen
Kennedy: hopeful for this Red Sox baseball seasonMar 21, 2016 Listen
Swonk:home ownership on the riseMar 21, 2016 Listen
Swonk: manufacturing sector bottoming outMar 21, 2016 Listen
Herro: political uncertainty reflected in the marketsMar 21, 2016 Listen
Herro: global share prices have a buying opportunityMar 21, 2016 Listen
Emons: increase in inflation will come from oil price reboundMar 21, 2016 Listen
White: no risk in stock price in FBI, Apple disputeMar 21, 2016 Listen
Bremmer: Obama's worldview has been risk averseMar 21, 2016 Listen
Bremmer: much more complicated geopolitical environmentMar 21, 2016 Listen
A Closer Look With Arthur Levitt: Jeff Gramm (Audio)Mar 18, 2016 Listen
Goldstein: there should be multiple math pathwaysMar 18, 2016 Listen
Hegarty: Yellen is more aware of global financial conditionsMar 18, 2016 Listen
Hegarty: inflation is heading higherMar 18, 2016 Listen
Verleger: this is oil's false dawnMar 18, 2016 Listen
Baier: third-party candidate would help ClintonMar 18, 2016 Listen
Blitz: corporate profits will pick upMar 18, 2016 Listen
Ben Friedman: Europe & Japan are in terrible troubleMar 18, 2016 Listen
Ben Friedman: QE worksMar 18, 2016 Listen
Lewis: renewable energy becoming more competitiveMar 18, 2016 Listen
Millard: need to raise retirement age to combat pension costsMar 18, 2016 Listen
Sweeney: we are ring-fencing the bond marketMar 18, 2016 Listen
Sweeney: improvement in growth expectations and risk appetiteMar 18, 2016 Listen
George Friedman: Putin's popularity may suffer from cheap crudeMar 18, 2016 Listen
George Friedman: China's unemployment is concerningMar 17, 2016 Listen
Elliot: Tom Colicchio is a seminal chefMar 17, 2016 Listen
Trudeau: oil regions in Canada face difficultyMar 17, 2016 Listen
Rupkey: U.S. wages will pick upMar 17, 2016 Listen
Rupkey: Yellen's tone is irritatingMar 17, 2016 Listen
Rattner: journalism is in a golden ageMar 17, 2016 Listen
Rattner: the Fed is acting by defaultMar 17, 2016 Listen
Steven Friedman: there are uses for forward guidanceMar 17, 2016 Listen
Steven Friedman: global economy matters more to FedMar 17, 2016 Listen
Kroszner: inflation cycle has changedMar 16, 2016 Listen
Gross: Fed is looking more dovishMar 16, 2016 Listen
Valliere: Trump Would Be Oldest President EverMar 16, 2016 Listen
Valliere: Clinton Indictment Could Mean Trump PresidencyMar 16, 2016 Listen
Amoroso: Lot of Vonviction in Investment Grade BondsMar 16, 2016 Listen
Amoroso: Fed Will Raise Rates Twice in 2016Mar 16, 2016 Listen
Blanchflower: BOE forecasts have been too optimisticMar 15, 2016 Listen
Abramowicz: negative rates are taking over the worldMar 15, 2016 Listen
Koons: Valeant is running into troubleMar 15, 2016 Listen
9am-10am ET: Hogan, Koons, Abramowicz & BlanchflowerMar 15, 2016 Listen
Tannenbaum: U.S. workers need to renew skillsMar 15, 2016 Listen
Tannenbaum: U.S. needs to improve growth potentialMar 15, 2016 Listen
Ruskin: Bank of England will hold off on tighteningMar 15, 2016 Listen
Ruskin: what Fed says about spare capacity is crucialMar 15, 2016 Listen
8am-9am ET: Ruskin & TannenbaumMar 15, 2016 Listen
Todd: American voters want an efficient managerMar 15, 2016 Listen
Dionne: politics is full of false choicesMar 15, 2016 Listen
Dionne: GOP must reformMar 15, 2016 Listen
Feroli: the Fed has become better at communicatingMar 15, 2016 Listen
Chandler: market pays attention to the dot plotMar 15, 2016 Listen
7am-8am ET: Chandler, Dionne & ToddMar 15, 2016 Listen
Vail: Kuroda won't throw the kitchen sink at the economyMar 14, 2016 Listen
Vail: BOJ likes to surprise the marketsMar 14, 2016 Listen
Levitt: SEC should put investors firstMar 14, 2016 Listen
9am-10am ET: Levitt, Vail & NewmanMar 14, 2016 Listen
Masters: automatic enrollment crucial for retirement savingMar 14, 2016 Listen
Masters: not paid enough for riskMar 14, 2016 Listen
Zentner: no compelling reason for Fed to raise ratesMar 14, 2016 Listen
Zentner: Fed's outlook is too loftyMar 14, 2016 Listen
8am-9am ET: Masters & ZentnerMar 14, 2016 Listen
7am-8am ET: Haass & SankeyMar 14, 2016 Listen
Sankey: Chevron seeing falling capex, rising growthMar 14, 2016 Listen
Sankey: Iran has complicated oil price forecastsMar 14, 2016 Listen
Haass: balance of power in Europe helps U.S.Mar 14, 2016 Listen
Haass: fiscal policy is political process and it's gridlockedMar 14, 2016 Listen
Foley: ECB may focus on LTROs over negative ratesMar 11, 2016 Listen
9am-10am ET: Yuen, Syverson & VischMar 11, 2016 Listen
Syverson: America has a productivity problemMar 11, 2016 Listen
Yuen: breakeven point for natural gas is $2-$3Mar 11, 2016 Listen
Yuen: storage constraints drive natural gas pricingMar 11, 2016 Listen
Baier: Trump is benefiting from flexibility on issuesMar 11, 2016 Listen
Mislinski: part-time jobs not at pre-recession levelsMar 11, 2016 Listen
Brown: there's a risk of talking ourselves into recessionMar 11, 2016 Listen
Lindsey: need as little concentration of power as possibleMar 11, 2016 Listen
Emanuel: investors believe in DraghiMar 11, 2016 Listen
Emanuel: Fed will be incremental and cautiousMar 11, 2016 Listen
Lindsey: Fed has been a part of the ruling classMar 11, 2016 Listen
7am-8am ET: Lindsey, Mislinski & FoleyMar 11, 2016 Listen
8am-9am ET: Emanuel, Brown & BaierMar 11, 2016 Listen
9am-10am ET: Fels, Wheeler & JuckesMar 10, 2016 Listen
Juckes: QE has done a lot for asset prices but not demandMar 10, 2016 Listen
Wheeler: there will be bank consolidation in EuropeMar 10, 2016 Listen
Fels: ECB needs to ease moreMar 10, 2016 Listen
Fels: there are constraints on lending in EuropeMar 10, 2016 Listen
8am-9am ET: Gartman and BrownMar 10, 2016 Listen
Draghi: measures can spill over to FX marketsMar 10, 2016 Listen
Draghi: I don't anticipate more rate cutsMar 10, 2016 Listen
7am-8am ET: Venetis, Staley & RosaMar 10, 2016 Listen
Rosa: should see ECB stimulus as a way to boost inflationMar 10, 2016 Listen
Staley: banks adjusting to new regulations of financial marketsMar 10, 2016 Listen
Staley: we are redefining our strategy for transatlantic bankMar 10, 2016 Listen
Venetis: Draghi would like to see fiscal side more proactiveMar 10, 2016 Listen
9am-10am ET: Fels, Wheeler & JuckesMar 10, 2016 Listen
Juckes: QE has done a lot for asset prices but not demandMar 10, 2016 Listen
Wheeler: there will be more bank consolidation in the peripheryMar 10, 2016 Listen
Fels: ECB needs to ease moreMar 10, 2016 Listen
Fels: there are constraints on lending in EuropeMar 10, 2016 Listen
8am-9am ET: Gartman & BrownMar 10, 2016 Listen
Draghi: measures can spill over to FX marketsMar 10, 2016 Listen
Draghi: I don't anticipate more rate cutsMar 10, 2016 Listen
Gartman: difficult to get WTI Crude above $40Mar 10, 2016 Listen
Gartman: if central banks have your back, be bullishMar 10, 2016 Listen
9am-10am ET: Levitt, Emons & SchorkMar 09, 2016 Listen
Ryding: U.S. productivity is not acceptableMar 09, 2016 Listen
8am-9am ET: Ross, Ryding, Murphy & KomilevaMar 09, 2016 Listen
Schork: the rise in oil prices is a massive short-coveringMar 09, 2016 Listen
Schork: natural gas is the ultimate contrarian playMar 09, 2016 Listen
Emons: German negative yield will head lowerMar 09, 2016 Listen
Levitt: Sanders phenomenon is a parallel of Trump phenomenonMar 09, 2016 Listen
Komileva: Draghi faces an uphill battleMar 09, 2016 Listen
Murphy: there's a huge anti-establishment swingMar 09, 2016 Listen
Goldman: China has highest real interest ratesMar 09, 2016 Listen
Goldman: china needs to shift from coal to renewablesMar 09, 2016 Listen
Ross: Western world is polarizedMar 09, 2016 Listen
Suzuki: cash levels at highest since 2001 on uncertainyMar 09, 2016 Listen
Suzuki: market up since last peak, driven by dividendsMar 09, 2016 Listen
7am-8am ET: Suzuki & GoldmanMar 09, 2016 Listen
7am-8am ET: Krawcheck, Konstam, Bohnet & ToddMar 08, 2016 Listen
Todd: there is a split inside the GOPMar 08, 2016 Listen
Jacobsen: save early, save oftenMar 08, 2016 Listen
Bohnet: women see a gender gap in promotionsMar 08, 2016 Listen
Regan: bonuses aren't the only part of banking that's shrinkingMar 08, 2016 Listen
Bogle: savers are taking it on the noseMar 08, 2016 Listen
Konstam: Sweden negative rates has increased lendingMar 08, 2016 Listen
Bogle: passive investing does really well in down marketsMar 08, 2016 Listen
Krawcheck: diversity leads to higher returnsMar 08, 2016 Listen
9am-10am ET: Bogle, Regan & JacobsenMar 08, 2016 Listen
Zandi: we're not measuring GDP correctlyMar 08, 2016 Listen
Zandi: don't bet against the American economyMar 08, 2016 Listen
Stanziale: natural gas can't catch a breakMar 08, 2016 Listen
Stanziale: no longer in the commodity supercycleMar 08, 2016 Listen
8am-9am ET: Stanziale & ZandiMar 08, 2016 Listen
Paulsen: economic data is improvingMar 08, 2016 Listen
Paulsen: market has been responding to better economic newsMar 08, 2016 Listen
Valliere: Clinton is shaky favorite to win presidencyMar 08, 2016 Listen
Stavridis: most important trait in president is temperamentMar 07, 2016 Listen
Stavridis: our greatest advantage is our valuesMar 07, 2016 Listen
Paulsen: economic data is improvingMar 07, 2016 Listen
Paulsen: market has been responding to better economic newsMar 07, 2016 Listen
Valliere: Clinton is shaky favorite to win presidencyMar 07, 2016 Listen
Abramowicz: commodity bond trading resembling a casinoMar 07, 2016 Listen
9am-10am ET: Levitt, Yawger, Abramowicz & ValliereMar 07, 2016 Listen
Shepherdson: many part-time workers want full-time jobsMar 07, 2016 Listen
Shepherdson: U.S. jobless rate will fallMar 07, 2016 Listen
Garten: tech progress is becoming more incrementalMar 07, 2016 Listen
Garten: transatlantic cable a bigger leap than the internetMar 07, 2016 Listen
8am-9am ET: Garten & ShepherdsonMar 07, 2016 Listen
Levy: Fed is struggling to boost aggregate demandMar 04, 2016 Listen
Levy: Europe is overly dependent on DraghiMar 04, 2016 Listen
8am-9am ET: Levy & GrossMar 04, 2016 Listen
Mather: negative rates already counterproductive in EuropeMar 04, 2016 Listen
Mather: if Fed waits too long, it faces impossible situationsMar 04, 2016 Listen
Koesterich: gold is working well for portfoliosMar 04, 2016 Listen
Koesterich: market doesn't know what to make of the jobs reportMar 04, 2016 Listen
9am-10am ET: Koesterich & MatherMar 04, 2016 Listen
7am-8am ET: Darda, Gordon & KruegerMar 04, 2016 Listen
Krueger: Fed is still accommodating economyMar 04, 2016 Listen
Krueger: president can cause damage on global economyMar 04, 2016 Listen
Gordon: puzzle is why productivity growth has slowedMar 04, 2016 Listen
Darda: nominal GDP actually slowing nowMar 04, 2016 Listen
Bill Gross Sees Tailwind From Weakening Dollar (Audio)Mar 04, 2016 Listen
Herrmann: trend has been meager productivity gainsMar 03, 2016 Listen
Harajli: uncertainty in markets has curbed market movesMar 03, 2016 Listen
Wren: large-cap stocks should outperform until end of cycleMar 03, 2016 Listen
Wren: markets starting to get more confidentMar 03, 2016 Listen
9am-10am ET: Dalio, Giammona & ArmentMar 03, 2016 Listen
Arment: smart tech is crucial for HoneywellMar 03, 2016 Listen
Giammona: Herbalife has a cloud over itMar 03, 2016 Listen
Dalio: Fed's next 'big' move will be easingMar 03, 2016 Listen
Dalio: monetary policy in Europe & Japan is pushing on a stringMar 03, 2016 Listen
Stanley: Fed starting to focus on alternative inflation measureMar 03, 2016 Listen
Rattner: Trump has deep psychological problemsMar 03, 2016 Listen
Hoffman: energy sector skewing jobs numbersMar 03, 2016 Listen
Hoffman: Fed is stallingMar 03, 2016 Listen
8am-9am ET: Hoffman, Rattner & StanleyMar 03, 2016 Listen
Cantrill: Trump not good for marketsMar 02, 2016 Listen
Maki: inflation, economic data would indicate Fed rate hikeMar 02, 2016 Listen
Bernstein: Obama spending cuts from non-defense, discretionaryMar 02, 2016 Listen
Bernstein: Hillary Clinton disciplined in budget proposalsMar 02, 2016 Listen
Sinche: dollar is near mid-point of long-term rangeMar 02, 2016 Listen
9am-10am ET: Chen, Elleithee, Hassett & SincheMar 02, 2016 Listen
Hassett: candidates should prioritize boosting productivityMar 02, 2016 Listen
8am-9am ET: Bernstein, Maki & CantrillMar 02, 2016 Listen
Elleithee: Trump will be tough to beat in the general electionMar 02, 2016 Listen
Chen: Voters looking to Rubio as an alternative to TrumpMar 02, 2016 Listen
Hunt: GOP needs multiple candidates to take on TrumpMar 02, 2016 Listen
Dionne: Cruz carried evangelical voteMar 02, 2016 Listen
Dionne: Donald Trump needs to be taken seriously after winsMar 02, 2016 Listen
Belski: 2016 a reset year in 20-year bull market thesisMar 02, 2016 Listen
7am-8am ET: Belski, Dionne & HuntMar 02, 2016 Listen
Bonier: people who vote in primaries tend to be older (Correct)Mar 01, 2016 Listen
Emons: markets unclear about fiscal direction (Correct)Mar 01, 2016 Listen
Emons: markets disagree with fundamentals (Correct)Mar 01, 2016 Listen
7am-8am ET: Emons & Swagel (Correct)Mar 01, 2016 Listen
Parra: Bush withdrawal sign of GOP implosionMar 01, 2016 Listen
Dhawan: strong vehicle sales fueling U.S. growthMar 01, 2016 Listen
Bonier: people who vote in primaries tend to be olderMar 01, 2016 Listen
Stockton: Fed struggling with tension between market & economyMar 01, 2016 Listen
9am-10am ET: Stockton, Bonier, Dhawan & ParraMar 01, 2016 Listen
Cohen: rhetoric during primaries is embarrassingMar 01, 2016 Listen
Weber: GOP needs to be party of economic growthMar 01, 2016 Listen
Weber: not ready to say I can support Donald TrumpMar 01, 2016 Listen
Posen: economy isn't as bad as people sayMar 01, 2016 Listen
8am-9am ET: Posen, Weber & CohenMar 01, 2016 Listen
King: people are fed up and have a right to beMar 01, 2016 Listen
Greenspan: negative interest rates are not productiveMar 01, 2016 Listen
Furman: consumer sentiment high even with low wage growthMar 01, 2016 Listen
Furman: heightened sense of risk in U.S. economy nowMar 01, 2016 Listen
7am-8am ET: Furman, Greenspan & KingMar 01, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg Surveillance: Murphy on PoliticsMar 01, 2016 Listen
9am-10am ET: Verleger, Levitt, Alloway & DelongFeb 29, 2016 Listen
8am-9am ET: Feroli & WeismanFeb 29, 2016 Listen
Swagel: banks are in a much better position than pre-crisisFeb 29, 2016 Listen
Swagel: too soon to tell if bank regulation workingFeb 29, 2016 Listen
Emos: markets unclear about fiscal directionFeb 29, 2016 Listen
Emos: markets don't agree that fundamentals are improvingFeb 29, 2016 Listen
7am-8am ET: Emos & SwagelFeb 29, 2016 Listen
Arment: Honeywell offer likely won't be the lastFeb 26, 2016 Listen
Giddis: lack of inflation and lack of growthFeb 26, 2016 Listen
Davidowitz: retailers have got their new priorities rightFeb 26, 2016 Listen
Davidowitz: America's middle class has been decimatedFeb 26, 2016 Listen
9am-10am ET: Davidowitz, Giddis & ArmentFeb 26, 2016 Listen
Herrmann: data isn't as bad as sentimentFeb 26, 2016 Listen
Piegza: retail data is strongerFeb 26, 2016 Listen
Rolland: Apple standoff with FBI has global implicationsFeb 26, 2016 Listen
Murray: UK can cut red tape by leaving EUFeb 26, 2016 Listen
8am-9am ET: Murray, Rolland, Piegza & HerrmannFeb 26, 2016 Listen
Ghahramani: there will be investment opportunities in IranFeb 26, 2016 Listen
Ghahramani: G-20 needs to assure marketsFeb 26, 2016 Listen
Hormats: china working to improve communication to marketsFeb 26, 2016 Listen
Hormats: countries need to be concerned about devaluationFeb 26, 2016 Listen
7am-8am ET: Hormats & GhahramaniFeb 26, 2016 Listen
Admati: banks taking resources from rest of the economyFeb 25, 2016 Listen
Finkelstein: political race attracting more business candidatesFeb 25, 2016 Listen
Piazza: oil needs to see better sentiment on the demand sideFeb 25, 2016 Listen
Jacobsen: the Yen remains the most important Asia currencyFeb 25, 2016 Listen
Jacobsen: markets will see volatility in MarchFeb 25, 2016 Listen
7am-8am ET: Jacobsen, Piazza & FinkelsteinFeb 25, 2016 Listen
9am-10am ET: Admati, Levitt, Weisenthal & ElliotFeb 25, 2016 Listen
Elliot: restaurant landlords are holding out for better dealsFeb 25, 2016 Listen
Weisenthal: narrative on negative rates is less negativeFeb 25, 2016 Listen
Wraith: UK more dynamic than euro zoneFeb 25, 2016 Listen
Wraith: sterling's slide can have benefitsFeb 25, 2016 Listen
8am-9am ET: Wraith & BehraveshFeb 25, 2016 Listen
Corr: oil producing countries in market share battleFeb 24, 2016 Listen
Hardman: pound volatility will increaseFeb 24, 2016 Listen
Weidmann: central bank measures must not be counterproductiveFeb 24, 2016 Listen
Slok: this is not a credit crunchFeb 24, 2016 Listen
8am-9am ET: Rattner, Slok, Weidmann & HardmanFeb 24, 2016 Listen
Swonk: U.S. consumer getting strongerFeb 24, 2016 Listen
Feldstein: market downturn not precusor of economic declineFeb 24, 2016 Listen
Feldstein: U.S. economy is in good shapeFeb 24, 2016 Listen
8am-9am ET: Feldstein & SwonkFeb 24, 2016 Listen
Choyleva: negative interest rates will lead to a real crisisFeb 24, 2016 Listen
Lew: don't expect 'crisis response' from G-20 meetingFeb 24, 2016 Listen
7am-8am ET: Lew, Choyleva & CorrFeb 24, 2016 Listen
Silverstein: balance sheets are best drivers of performance nowFeb 23, 2016 Listen
Todd: Nevada caucus not important unless Trump losesFeb 23, 2016 Listen
Porzecanski: Argentina bond bet suddenly isn't so hotFeb 23, 2016 Listen
Cassidy: top 20 banks can manage commodity dropFeb 23, 2016 Listen
Denbow: China won't cut commodity supplyFeb 23, 2016 Listen
Shilling: deflation from Japan concerning central banksFeb 23, 2016 Listen
Denbow, Jalinoos, Alloway, Porzecanski & SilversteinFeb 23, 2016 Listen
Shilling: countries devaluing against dollar to boost growthFeb 23, 2016 Listen
Kelly: U.S. economy isn't even close to recessionFeb 23, 2016 Listen
7am-8am ET: Shilling, Cassidy & ToddFeb 23, 2016 Listen
Kelly: inflation is a 'sleeping dragon'Feb 23, 2016 Listen
Bill Gates: blindsided by report he backs FBI on AppleFeb 23, 2016 Listen
Bill Gates: miracle like PC needed to spread energy to worldFeb 23, 2016 Listen
8am-9am ET: Bill Gates, Melinda Gates & David KellyFeb 23, 2016 Listen
9am-10am ET: Caron, Levitt, Abramowicz & MatherFeb 22, 2016 Listen
Mather: Greater degree of uncertainty creating choppy marketsFeb 22, 2016 Listen
Abramowicz: central bank policies are creating asset bubblesFeb 22, 2016 Listen
Levitt: regulators should be nervous with credibility at riskFeb 22, 2016 Listen
Caron: interest rates not the best solutionFeb 22, 2016 Listen
8am-9am: Kass & ZandiFeb 22, 2016 Listen
Zandi: strong wage growth driving U.S. economic expansionFeb 22, 2016 Listen
Zandi: odds of recession in U.S. between 15-20%Feb 22, 2016 Listen
Kass: we are at risk of saving ourselves into a recessionFeb 22, 2016 Listen
Kass: algos exaggerating short-term market movesFeb 22, 2016 Listen
Sinche: countries eyeing competitive devaluationFeb 22, 2016 Listen
Sinche: markets more excited about "Brexit" than is justifiedFeb 22, 2016 Listen
Hintz: banks are difficult to shrinkFeb 22, 2016 Listen
Hintz: fixed income remains a problem child for banksFeb 22, 2016 Listen
7am-8am: Hintz & SincheFeb 22, 2016 Listen
7am-8am: Khan & CollenderFeb 19, 2016 Listen
PWC U.S. Energy Advisor Reid MorrisonFeb 19, 2016 Listen
Duignan: jury is out on whether Deere is too short-termistFeb 19, 2016 Listen
Hegarty: uptrend in shelter part of CPIFeb 19, 2016 Listen
9am-10am ET: Hegarty, Duignan, Galloway & MorrisonFeb 19, 2016 Listen
Raines: Cameron struggling to strike deal at EU SummitFeb 19, 2016 Listen
Colas: VIX starts to get interesting at 40Feb 19, 2016 Listen
8am-9am ET: Colas, Raines & FriedmanFeb 19, 2016 Listen
Marks: A good opportunity in distressed bondsFeb 18, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg Surveillance: Feb. 18, 2016Feb 18, 2016 Listen
Le: correlations are breaking downFeb 18, 2016 Listen
Rupkey: eco data is strong, but consumers feel insecureFeb 18, 2016 Listen
Pettypiece: Wal-Mart taking time to turn around companyFeb 18, 2016 Listen
7am-8am ET: Porter,Feb 18, 2016 Listen
8am-9am ET: Sowerby, Tisch & RupkeyFeb 18, 2016 Listen
Ghahramani: Saudi policy shift is subtle but importantFeb 17, 2016 Listen
Abramowicz: junk bond world has become toxicFeb 17, 2016 Listen
9am-10am ET: Kashkari, Abramowicz & GhahramaniFeb 17, 2016 Listen
8am-9am ET: Friedman, Lawson & SchorkFeb 17, 2016 Listen
7am-8am ET: Curnutt, Nocera, Strauss & SorrellFeb 17, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg Surveillance: Cohen & DequadrosFeb 16, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg Surveillance: Weinberg, Rose, Stockton & ToddFeb 16, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg Surveillance: Roschelle & KasmanFeb 12, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg Surveillance: Emons, Wheeler & PaulsenFeb 12, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg Surveillance: Foley, Major & LevyFeb 12, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg Surveillance: Cantrill, Levitt, Steel & ElliotFeb 11, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg Surveillance: Stovall, Piegza & WheelerFeb 11, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg Surveillance: Lee on IMF reformsFeb 11, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg Surveillance: Lee & HewittFeb 11, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg Surveillance: Ross, Abramowicz & WhiteFeb 10, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg Surveillance: Ricchiuto & NewportFeb 10, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg Surveillance: Sinche and Chandler on CurrenciesFeb 10, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg Surveillance: Lee, Milligan and ToddFeb 09, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg Surveillance: Zingales and Marinov on MarketsFeb 08, 2016 Listen
Bloomberg Surveillance: Glassman and GrossFeb 05, 2016 Listen