Taking Stock

  • The Future of Energy April 25, 2017
    Live from the 2017 Future of Energy Summit, Christopher Ailman, the CIO of the California State Teachers' Retirement System, discusses the divestment of fossil fuels. Ralph Izzo, the chairman, president and CEO of Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated, talks about the profitability of existing and planned nuclear reactors and government support f […]
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  • Will Trump's 100th Day Be Greeted With a Shutdown? April 24, 2017
    Bloomberg's Laura Litvan discusses the possibility of a government shutdown and whether Trump's border wall demands will be a factor. Carl Pope, a Bloomberg View contributor and the former executive director and chairman of the Sierra Club, talks about mitigating the worst effects of man-made climate change. Finally, Auke Lont, president and CEO of […]
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  • Issuance Process for 100-Year Bonds Is Too Risky, Cloherty Says April 21, 2017
    Michael Cloherty, the head of U.S. interest-rate strategy at RBC Capital Markets, says the issuance process for U.S. 100-year bonds is too risky as he talks about Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin's idea for ultralong bonds. Sandy Miller, a general partner at IVP, tells Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz why he predicts a torrent of tech IPOs for 2017. Irene F […]
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  • Johnson Says He Would Short Steel Based on Trump Protectionism April 20, 2017
    Axiom Capital's Gordon Johnson says he would be shorting steel stocks based on Trump's protectionism. David Congdon, CEO of Old Dominion Freight Line, discusses working with Trump on infrastructure renewal and ways to improve the trucking industry and roads. Christina Lomasney, CEO of Modumetal, talks about Modumetal's technology and how it […]
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  • China's Savings Surplus Must Find a Home, Bannister Says April 19, 2017
    Barry Bannister, the chief equity strategist at Stifel Nicolaus, discusses his markets forecast and investment opportunities. Dr. Chris Chen, CEO of ChenMed, a physician-led primary care practice delivering affordable care to seniors, talks about how ChenMed's business model saves hospitalization costs. Bloomberg's Joe Light says homebuilders could […]
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  • Bill Rhodes: China Will Squeeze Shadow Banking to Avoid Crisis April 18, 2017
    Banker to the world Bill Rhodes, President and CEO of William Rhodes Global Advisors, on risks to China's banking system. Michael Shaulov, Head of Products: Mobile Security for Check Point Software and former CEO and co-founder of Lacoon Mobile Security, on the growing security risks to mobile phone users. Molly Smith, corporate finance reporter for Blo […]
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  • Nobody Should Be Killed in a Volvo by 2020, CEO Says April 13, 2017
    Lex Kerssemakers, CEO of Volvo Cars of North America, says Volvo's vision is that by 2020, nobody should be killed or heavily injured in a Volvo and self-driving cars are an integral part of that goal. Sam Abuelsamid, a senior analyst at Navigant Research, discusses the leading companies with automated driving systems. Bloomberg's Michele Kaske say […]
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  • Putin Is Doubling Down on Support of Assad, Ariel Cohen Says April 12, 2017
    Ariel Cohen, a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, says Putin is doubling down on his support of Bashar al-Assad and probably didn't expect Trump to turn against Russia's alliance with the Syrian leader. BMW Motors' Ian Robertson says he doesn't expect much upside to U.S. market this year. Michael Scanlon, a money manager at Manulife A […]
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  • The Long Bond Is in The Danger Zone, Loomis' Dan Fuss Says April 11, 2017
    Dan Fuss, the vice chairman of Loomis Sayles, discusses the yield curve and the outlook for bond markets. BlackRock's Matt Tucker says ETFs are filling a need in the high-yield market. Shira Ovide, a Bloomberg Gadfly columnist, discusses news that Qualcomm is accusing Apple of lying to regulators to spur investigations of the chipmaker and how the legal […]
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  • Lawrence Golub Sees Mixed Picture in Middle Market Earnings April 10, 2017
    Lawrence Golub, president of Golub Capital, discusses the highlights and trends from its middle market report. John Whelen, CFO of Enbridge, talks about Enbridge's acquisition of Spectra Energy, building energy infrastructure and renewable business in wind farms. Eli Casdin, a managing partner at Casdin Capital, discusses biotechnology, drug pricing and […]
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  • Xi Will Welcome Distraction of U.S. in Middle East, Cook Says April 7, 2017
    Steven Cook, a senior fellow for Middle East studies at the Council on Foreign Relations, talks about the geopolitical and security situation for the U.S. and Syria, following the U.S. air strikes. Bloomberg's Tony Capaccio discusses how the strike raises the stakes for Russia. Al Angrisani, the former assistant labor secretary under President Reagan, a […]
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  • World Freeloads Off U.S. on Drug Pricing, Miller Says April 6, 2017
    Live from the National Medicare Advantage Summit in Arlington, Virginia. Dr. Steve Miller, chief medical officer at Express Scripts, says the high price of prescription drugs in the U.S. means Americans are funding innovation for the rest of the world. Tom Scully, the former administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, talks about the out […]
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  • Ed Goldberg and Alex Wayne Discuss Bannon Losing NSC Role April 5, 2017
    NYU's Ed Goldberg and Bloomberg's Alex Wayne talk about the news that Steve Bannon has been removed from the National Security Council and what that means for President Trump's upcoming meeting with China's President Xi. Bloomberg's Rachel Evans and Eric Balchunas, a senior ETF analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence, discuss how bond ETFs […]
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  • Trump Visa Crackdown Could Ship Work Offshore, Anurag Rana Says April 4, 2017
    Bloomberg Intelligence's Anurag Rana says Trump's crackdown on the H-1B visa program could mean Silicon Valley will ship work offshore. Tom Murn, CEO of ViaTouch Media, discusses the "Lisa" vending machine, challenging Amazon in grab-and-go shopping. John Groton, director of equity research at Thrivent Asset Management, tells Pimm Fox and […]
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  • Fiduciary's Andersen Assesses the Trump Speculation Premium April 3, 2017
    Peter Andersen, CIO of Fiduciary Trust, talks about the effect that the Trump administration could have on the fixed-income market. Holly Liss, a managing director at BTIG, discusses the bond market and the Fed. Kevin Tynan, a senior auto analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence, talks about March auto sales and Tesla's ability to beat estimates. Finally, Bloo […]
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  • Nick Colas Says Public Equity Market May Be a Broken Concept March 31, 2017
    Nick Colas, chief market strategist at Convergex, says David Einhorn's General Motors plan exposes broken public equity markets. Dawn Sandoval, COO at Kalyx Development, discusses the current outlook for the cannabis real estate market and the impact of Attorney General Jeff Sessions' anti-drug stance. Stephen Jones, CEO at Covanta, talks about the […]
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  • Health Care Must Insure the Young to Make it Work, Miller Says March 30, 2017
    Alan Miller, CEO of Universal Health Services, discusses the outlook for hospitals and the impact of efforts to repeal Obamacare. David Lebovitz, JPMorgan's global market strategist, gives an outlook for global markets. Bloomberg's Craig Giammona discusses Amazon's plan to persuade brands like Cheerios and Oreos to bypass chains such as Wal-ma […]
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  • Golfer Greg Norman Uses Tech to Bring Millennials Back to Game March 29, 2017
    Famed golfer Greg Norman, who also founded Great White Shark Enterprises, discusses his company's new partnership, athlete brand-building and outlook for the industry. Kathleen Gaffney, co-director of diversified fixed income at Eaton Vance, talks about keeping a flexible investment strategy, the shift from monetary to fiscal policy and increasing volat […]
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  • Former CIA Acting Director Forecasts Global Risks (Correct) March 29, 2017
    Jack Devine, former acting director of the CIA and founding partner and president of the Arkin Group, provides his spring 2017 forecast for global risks. Carl Eichstaedt, a senior money manager at Western Asset Management, discusses the bond market and rate outlook. Former U.S. Congressman Rick Lazio, now senior vice president at Alliantgroup, talks about th […]
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  • Agrochemical Mega-Deals Could Reshape Industry, BI's Miner Says March 27, 2017
    Jason Miner, a senior global chemical analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence, tells Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz how mega-deals could reshape the agrochemicals industry. Rick Selvala, CEO and co-founder of Harvest Volatility Management, discusses his company's strategy for trading U.S. equity index volatility. Bloomberg's Brian Chappatta talks about how […]
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  • Moody's Carlson on the Direction of the U.S. Credit Rating March 24, 2017
    Sarah Carlson, a senior vice president at Moody's Investors Service, discusses the White House budget proposal and the direction of the U.S. credit profile. Bloomberg's Meenal Vamburkar talks about Trump's decision to grant a U.S. permit to Transcanada for its Keystone XL pipeline. Joel Levington, a senior credit analyst at Bloomberg Intellige […]
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  • Russia's a Clear And Present Danger, Ambassador Ereli Says March 23, 2017
    Adam Ereli, who was a U.S. ambassador to Bahrain and State Department deputy spokesman, discusses the Russia investigation, U.S.-Russia relations and Rex Tillerson's meeting with NATO. Stephen Guilfoyle, the founder and president of Sarge986, talks to Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz about markets, valuations, the economy and headline risk. Bloomberg Intell […]
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  • Political Risk Not a Major Threat to Globalization, Datta Says March 22, 2017
    Tapan Datta, the chief economist at Aon Hewitt, talks about the impact of political events on the Eurozone economy. Bloomberg Intelligence's Ryan O'Connell discusses Ally Financial and the deepening angst in the auto-loans industry. Ethan Brown, CEO of Beyond Meat, speaks with Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz about the company's outlook, Tyson […]
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  • Is There Value in Gorsuch's Congressional Hearings? March 21, 2017
    Greg Stohr, a Supreme Court reporter at Bloomberg, says 90 percent of Neil Gorsuch's answers at his Congressional hearings are predictable, but there's real substance in the nitty-gritty of what he says. Then, Anna Edney, a Bloomberg health-care reporter, discusses GOP leaders trying to gain support for their American Health Care Act plan.
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  • Bloomberg's Olorunnipa on Comey's Testimony on Russia Investiga March 20, 2017
    Toluse Olorunnipa, White House Correspondent, on FBI Director James Comey testifying at a congressional hearing on the investigation into Russia's alleged meddling in the 2016 election. Ian Wishart, European Government reporter for Bloomberg, on the UK triggering Brexit.
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  • EU's Harkin: EU Nations in Free-For-All Fight for UK Companies March 17, 2017
    Marian Harkin, member of the EU Parliament’s Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee and former member of Ireland’s parliament, on Brexit, companies shifting out of the UK, and the future of the EU. Joe Mysak, Editor for Bloomberg Brief: Municipal Market, on New Jersey's growing pension deficit and Amtrak’s Gateway project imperiled by Trump’s budget sl […]
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  • Borthwick Looks for Weaker Dollar, Sees Strong China Currency March 16, 2017
    Douglas Borthwick, head of foreign exchange at Chapdelaine & Co., discusses currencies following the Fed hike, the Dutch elections and the Bank of England and Bank of Japan rate decisions. Citigroup's Jenna Giannelli she sees more pain to come in retail but it's not "the big short." Jamie Murray, chief economist at Bloomberg Intellige […]
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  • Kocherlakota Sees Labor Market Slack, Calls for Hike Caution March 15, 2017
    Narayana Kocherlakota, a Bloomberg View columnist and former Minneapolis Fed president, tells Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz why the Fed should display more patience on a rate hike. Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser comments on reaction to Donald Trump's EPA cuts and predicts women's leadership will make a difference in the fight against climate ch […]
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  • Eisenbeis Doesn't Expect Fed to Sell Off Mortgage Assets March 14, 2017
    Bob Eisenbeis, vice chairman and chief monetary economist at Cumberland Advisors and the former director of research at the Atlanta Fed, previews what to expect from the Fed and gives an outlook for rate hikes. Anna Edney, a Bloomberg health-care reporter, says the American Health Care Act is taking a hit with CBO's dire estimates. Dan Solender, the lea […]
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  • The 2016 Car Swoon Is Turning Into a Skid in 2017, Tynan Says March 13, 2017
    Kevin Tynan, senior auto analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence, says the 2016 car swoon is turning into an uncontrollable skid this year. Tyler Benster, a general partner at Asimov Ventures, and Shamil Hargovan, CEO of Wiivv, discuss the annual 3D Printing Conference in NYC, the biggest 3D trends and using 3D printing to manufacture goods in the U.S. Then Cass S […]
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  • NAFTA Trade Issues Baked Into TPP Are Now Gone, Froman Says March 10, 2017
    Michael Froman, a former U.S. trade representative and distinguished fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, discusses the future of global trade, TPP and renegotiating NAFTA. Axel Merk, president of Merk Investments, discusses the economic recovery and why the Fed is behind the curve. Joe Mysak, an editor for the Bloomberg Briefs Municipal Market newsle […]
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  • Dodd-Frank Repeal Won't Happen This Year, Nathan Dean Says March 9, 2017
    Bloomberg Intelligence's Nathan Dean says key Republicans are turning away from rolling back Dodd-Frank and turning towards easier things to tackle. Richard Conn, a managing partner at Eurasia Advisors, discusses the selection of Jon Huntsman as U.S. ambassador to Russia. David Garrity, CEO of GVA Research, discusses Alphabet's push into android me […]
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  • Should the Real Price of Oil Be $20 a Barrel? Smead Asks March 8, 2017
    Bill Smead, CEO of Smead Capital Management, discusses what would happen if oil was priced at $20 a barrel. Bloomberg's Chris Reiter discusses a study from consultant firm Roland Berger that says a U.S. border tax will make most automakers unprofitable and lead to job losses. Bill Sandbrook, CEO of U.S. Concrete Inc., discusses the process of submitting […]
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  • Travel Ban Puts $1 Billion of Tourism at Risk, Mayor Walsh Says March 7, 2017
    In this special episode of P&L, recorded live at Symphony Hall in Boston, we take a look at the city in the age of Trump. First up: Mayor Marty Walsh talks about the potential impact of an immigration ban on tourism and what it means for employee recruitment by tech companies. Also, Bloomberg Intelligence's Brian Rye discusses the GOP's new hea […]
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  • Eric Balchunas on How Important Fees Are to Fund Performance March 3, 2017
    Eric Balchunas, an ETF analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence, discusses active versus passive management and the ongoing pressure on fees at asset managers. Joe Mysak, an editor at Bloomberg Briefs Municipal Market, tells Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz what higher rates mean for the municipal market. Cathy O'Neil, a mathematician and Bloomberg View contributo […]
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  • Math Doesn't Add Up on Trump's Infrastructure Plan, Sen Says March 2, 2017
    Conor Sen, a Bloomberg View columnist and money manager at New River Investments, says Donald Trump's infrastructure plan would require an additional 570,000 construction workers. David Kudla, CEO and chief investment strategist of Mainstay Capital, discusses markets and investments, the Fed and his current stock picks. Max Nisen, a Bloomberg Gadfly col […]
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  • WSJ Coverage Boosted Fed 'Message' on March Hike, Reinhart Says March 1, 2017
    Vincent Reinhart, the chief economist at Standish Mellon Asset Management, says the Wall Street Journal's coverage of the Fed's January meeting shaped the probability of a March rate hike. Neil Dwane, a global strategist at Allianz Global Investors, discusses Donald Trump's speech to the joint session of Congress. Bloomberg Intelligence's […]
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  • Eaton Vance's Peabody Sees Opportunities in High-Yield February 28, 2017
    Burt Flickinger, managing director at Strategic Resource Group, discusses Target's earnings and outlook. Henry Peabody, co-manager of the Eaton Vance Multi-Sector Bond Fund, discusses the fixed-income markets and opportunities in high yield. Bloomberg reporter Laura Keller discusses CLSA Ltd.'s decision to shut its U.S. equity research staff and di […]
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  • Premier CEO Expects Obamacare Replacement to Take Three Years February 27, 2017
    Premier CEO Susan DeVore discusses the impact on hospitals of the Trump administration's plan to overhaul the Affordable Care Act. Bloomberg's Noah Buhayar discusses Warren Buffett's annual letter to shareholders and Berkshire Hathaway's earnings. Brendan Brown, the chief economist and head of economic research at Mitsubishi UFJ Securitie […]
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  • Obamacare Replacement to Cover Fewer People, Sparking Blowback February 24, 2017
    Zach Tracer, a health care reporter at Bloomberg, says blowback from constituents is growing as the GOP's Obamacare replacement will result in fewer Americans being covered by health insurance. Poonam Goyal, a retail analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence, discusses JC Penney's announcement that it will close up to 140 stores. Finally, Bloomberg's […]
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  • Most of Tesla's Value Lies in Its Expectations, Denning Says February 23, 2017
    Liam Denning, a Bloomberg Gadfly energy columnist, says most of Tesla's value lies in what people expect the company to be doing five or 10 years from now. Krishna Memani, chief investment officer at Oppenheimer Funds, discusses long bonds, growth, reflation and leveraged loans. Craig Johnson, president of Customer Growth Partners, says department store […]
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  • First-Time Home Purchases Keep Rising, Mohtashami Says February 22, 2017
    The number of first-time home buyers is rising, reflecting millennials who are the single biggest group of U.S. purchasers, says Logan Mohtashami, a senior loan officer at AMC Lending Group. Joel Levington, a senior credit analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence, tells Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz why share repurchases would be a better use of capital than acquisi […]
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  • Hacking the President's Phone is Straightforward, Weaver Says February 17, 2017
    Nicholas Weaver, a security researcher at the International Computer Science Center at Berkeley, says it would be simple to hack Donald Trump's phone. Bloomberg's Ed Hammond discusses Unilever's decision to rebuff a $143 billion takeover bid from Kraft Heinz. Ken Goldstein, an economist at the Conference Board, speaks with Pimm Fox and Lisa Ab […]
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  • Boeing Listened to Trump's F-35 Pentagon Calls, Capaccio Says February 16, 2017
    Bloomberg's Tony Capaccio says Boeing's CEO was in the room listening to Donald Trump's calls to the Pentagon about the Lockheed Martin F-35 jet. Ward McCarthy, the chief financial economist at Jefferies, discusses rates, fixed income and the Fed. Jonathan Gruber, a professor of economics at MIT who is considered a key architect of Obamacare, […]
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  • Bloomberg's Riccadonna and Dean on Yellen and Dodd-Frank February 15, 2017
    Bloomberg Intelligence's Carl Riccadonna and Nathan Dean discuss Janet Yellen's testimony to Congress and the state of play for Dodd-Frank. Then Ken Shea, a food, beverage and tobacco analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence, discusses earnings and provides an outlook for the spirits industry.
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  • Flynn Not First Time U.S. Had Secret KGB Contact, Cohen Says February 14, 2017
    Ariel Cohen, a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, discusses the fallout of General Flynn's resignation and relations between Russian and the U.S. Then, Alex Nowrasteh, an immigration policy analyst at the Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity at the Cato Institute, discusses the outlook and issues surrounding the Trump administration's immig […]
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  • Emerging Market FX Reserves Are Declining, Sassower Says February 13, 2017
    Damian Sassower, a fixed income strategist for Bloomberg Intelligence, discusses declining foreign currency reserves held by emerging-market nations. Jeff Weiss, the chief technical analyst at Clearview Trading Advisors, and Bloomberg Intelligence's Yelena Shulyatyeva, compare technical analysis to economic forecasts for the markets. Lucas Shaw, a Bloom […]
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  • China Isn't Ready to Make Concessions on Trade, Magnus Says February 10, 2017
    George Magnus, a Bloomberg View columnist and an associate at Oxford University's China Centre, says China isn't ready to make the concessions the U.S. wants on trade policy. June Grasso, co-host of "Bloomberg Law," discusses the next steps for the Trump administration after an appeals court refused to reinstate the travel ban. Art Hogan, […]
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  • Ten-Year Yield Could Fall Before Rising, Bianco Says February 9, 2017
    Jim Bianco, president and founder of Bianco Research, says 10-year Treasury yields could fall below 2.3% before rising to 3%. Alex Zozaya, CEO of Apple Leisure Group, discusses investment opportunities for tourism and travel in Central America and Donald Trump's potential effect on the travel industry. Sarah Jane Mahmud, a government analyst for Bloombe […]
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  • Vogel Expects Fed Plan for Treasury Holdings by Year's End February 8, 2017
    Jim Vogel, an interest rate strategist at FTN Financial, says he expects a plan from the Federal Reserve for its $400 billion of Treasury holdings by the end of 2017. Bloomberg Intelligence's Paul Sweeney discusses Disney and Time Warner. Alan Baum, a principal at Baum and Associates, a Michigan-based research firm, says the price of some cars could ris […]
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  • Again Capital's Kilduff Expects Oil Prices to Fall to $42 February 7, 2017
    John Kilduff, a founding partner of Again Capital, says oil prices could fall to as low as $42. Tony Dwyer, Canaccord Genuity's chief market strategist, discusses markets and investing and why he's calling for stocks to fall in the "near term." Jordan Robertson, a Bloomberg technology reporter, says cybersecurity fears are creating a desi […]
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  • Fox Has Best Exposure to Global Growth of Pay TV, Sweeney Says February 6, 2017
    Paul Sweeney, director of North American research and a media analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence, discusses media earnings and says 21st Century Fox has the best exposure to the global growth of pay TV. Scott Rothbort, president of Lakeview Asset Management, tells Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz why he is short Chipotle. John Wobensmith, president of Genco Ship […]
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  • Trump Agenda Would Radically Alter U.S. Economy, Millstein Says February 3, 2017
    Jim Millstein, CEO of Millstein & Co, says Donald Trump's agenda would be a radical refashioning of America's place in the world's economy. Ross Levinsohn, the executive chairman of Mundo Media and formerly Yahoo's interim CEO, says the most important thing media companies need to figure out is a distribution strategy. Peter Dugas, fo […]
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  • We Are Being Choked by Regulatory Environment, Stefanski Says February 2, 2017
    Marc Stefanski, CEO of Third Federal Savings & Loan, says small and mid-size banks are being choked by the regulatory environment. Bloomberg's Marty Schenker discusses whether Donald Trump will damage long-standing alliances. BNP Paribas' Paul Mortimer-Lee speaks with Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz about rates and the global economy. Finally, Mat […]
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  • Infrastructure is Useful But Doesn't Change Economy, Dwane Says February 1, 2017
    Neil Dwane, a global strategist for Allianz Global Investors, discusses investment strategies for Donald Trump's policies and says infrastructure doesn't change the growth rate of the underlying economy. Bloomberg's John Lippert tells Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz that Ford will have an edge over other automakers in the face of Trump's pro […]
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  • Cushing's Toudouze Discusses Energy 'Renaissance' January 31, 2017
    Libby Toudouze, a partner and money manager at Cushing Asset Management, says Williams Partners is in the sweet spot of the energy "renaissance." Michael Scanlon, a money manager at Manulife Asset Management, previews Apple earnings. Max Nisen, a Bloomberg Gadfly columnist covering health care, discusses Eli Lilly and Pfizer earnings, Teva's p […]
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  • Bannon's Addition to NSC Raises Questions, Bloomfield Says January 30, 2017
    Former Assistant Secretary of State Lincoln Bloomfield, chairman emeritus of the Stimson Center, says Donald Trump's decision to elevate chief strategist Steve Bannon to the National Security Council and demote the director of National Intelligence and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff raises questions. Gerardo Rodriguez, a managing director and […]
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  • U.S. Concrete CEO Sandbrook Expects Big Demand from Border Wall January 27, 2017
    Bill Sandbrook, CEO of U.S. Concrete Inc., gives an outlook on infrastructure and says a border wall will need a significant amount of concrete. Leonid Bershidsky, a Bloomberg View columnist in Berlin, discusses his column, "Trump Is a Master of Diversion." Bloomberg's Eric Martin talks about deteriorating U.S.-Mexico relations amid a trade an […]
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  • Bloomberg's Orlik Says China to Lose on Trade as U.S. Exits TPP January 26, 2017
    Bloomberg Intelligence's Tom Orlik discusses how Asia economies will shape up under a U.S.-less TPP and says losing U.S. trade will hurt China. Bob Shanks, CFO of Ford Motor Company, discusses fourth quarter earnings. Peter Andersen, CIO of Fiduciary Trust, talks about his investment strategy in times of uncertainty. Finally, Max Abelson, a finance repo […]
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  • Bloomberg's Nocera Says Tom Price's Stock Trades Are Unethical January 25, 2017
    Bloomberg's Joe Nocera tells Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz why Tom Price's stock trades flunk the smell test. Jamie Butters, a U.S. auto reporter for Bloomberg, discusses why Donald Trump has picked a bad time to push for new U.S. auto factories. Bloomberg Gadfly's Tim Culpan discusses Foxconn Technology's plans for a U.S. plant that might […]
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  • P&L: New Border Taxes Are Biggest Risk to Canada, Wingrove Says January 23, 2017
    Bloomberg's Josh Wingrove discusses Canada signaling a possible U.S. trade deal that excludes Mexico. Michael Halen, a consumer analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence, speaks with Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz about McDonald's earnings and seismic shifts in restaurant demographics. Lawrence Golub, CEO of Golub Capital, discusses the outlook for markets. […]
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  • P&L: Bloomberg's Sink on Trump's Immediate Challenges January 20, 2017
    Justin Sink, a U.S. government reporter for Bloomberg, tells Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz about Donald Trump's immediate challenges after taking office. Doug Borthwick, the managing director and head of FX at Chapdelaine & Co, discusses Trump signaling that he will abandon the "strong dollar" policy in the U.S. Finally, Matt Freund, the co […]
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  • P&L: Bloomberg's Meyer on the Sense of Growing Alarm in Kremlin January 19, 2017
    Henry Meyer, a politics reporter for Bloomberg in Moscow, discusses the Kremlin's growing fears that a meaningful detente with the U.S. may not be achieved. John Augustine, CIO of Huntington Bank, discusses the Fed, the economy and investing under a Donald Trump administration. Jonathan Bernstein, a columnist for Bloomberg View, tells Pimm Fox and Lisa […]
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  • P&L: Puzder May Drop Out, BNA's Ognanovich says (Correct) January 18, 2017
    Nancy Ognanovich, a senior reporter at Bloomberg BNA, discusses the Senate hearings on Donald Trump's cabinet picks and tells co-hosts Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz that Andrew Puzder may drop out of the running for Labor Secretary. Ira Millstein, a senior partner at Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP and an adjunct professor at Columbia Law School, talks ab […]
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  • Bloomberg’s Welch on GM: Already in the Works, Mostly Posturing January 17, 2017
    David Welch, Detroit Bureau chief for Bloomberg, on GM announcing $1 billion in US investments, answering to pressure from Trump. Rob Hutton, UK government and politics reporter for Bloomberg, on Theresa May's outline to take the UK out of the single market. Joe Carroll, Energy Americas reporter for Bloomberg, on Exxon buying Permian Basin assets from t […]
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  • P&L: Fed Won't Be in a Position to Raise Rates in February January 13, 2017
    Ward McCarthy, the chief economist at Jefferies, discusses the Fed and gives his global economic outlook for 2017. John Lauerman, a health care reporter for Bloomberg, tells Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz about the dwindling number of hospitals in America and how undoing Obamacare could make it worse. Alison Williams, a senior banks analyst for Bloomberg Intel […]
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  • P&L: Apple Could Bundle New Original Content Business January 12, 2017
    John Petrides, a managing director and portfolio manager at Point View Wealth Management, says Apple could build a significant new business in original shows and movies. Liz Ann Sonders, chief investment strategist at Charles Schwab & Co, gives her 2017 market outlook. Bloomberg's Max Nisen discusses biotech and pharma investors continually getting […]
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  • P&L: Tough Questioning in Tillerson Hearing is Bipartisan January 11, 2017
    Bloomberg's Steven Dennis discusses the Congressional hearings for Donald Trump's cabinet picks. Mike Materasso, senior vice president and co-chair of Franklin Templeton's Fixed Income Policy Committee, talks to Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz about monetary/fiscal policy and geopolitical risks on the fixed income and currency markets. Chris Stro […]
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  • P&L: The Global Nature of the Auto Industry January 10, 2017
    Bob Carter, president of Toyota North America, discusses the new Camry and the global nature of the auto industry. Nancy Ognanovich, a senior reporter at Bloomberg BNA, talks to Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz about the Senate hearings on Donald Trump's cabinet picks. Johan de Nysschen, president of Cadillac, discusses Cadillac's new car subscription […]
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  • P&L: Volvo Will Start Producing Cars in U.S. by Mid-2018 January 9, 2017
    Volvo's Lex Kerssemakers discusses Volvo's comeback and says the company will start producing cars in the U.S. by mid-2018. Kevin Tynan, a senior auto analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence, and Bloomberg Detroit Bureau Chief David Welch talk to Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz about the themes and highlights from the auto industry at the North American In […]
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  • P&L: AT&T-Time Warner Will Merge, But Will Be Dwarfed by Rivals January 6, 2017
    Porter Bibb of Mediatech Capital Partners gives an outlook for the AT&T-Time Warner merger and discusses Megyn Kelly and Greta Von Susteren moving to NBC from Fox. Dr. Alex Lidow, CEO and co-founder of Efficient Power Conversion, talks about EPC's chips being used in wireless consumer electronics and the future of car technology. Bloomberg's Da […]
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  • P&L: 2017's 'Bunny' Market That Hops Around But Doesn't Get Far January 5, 2017
    Jim Paulsen, chief investment strategist and economist at Wells Capital Management, sees a "bunny" market in 2017. Ellen Zentner, chief U.S. economist at Morgan Stanley, gives her 2017 U.S. consumer outlook. Bloomberg's Vincent Cignarella discusses five ways the dollar rally may end if Donald Trump's policies fail. Finally, Willis Sparks, […]
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  • P&L: Trump's Tariff Threat Would Violate NAFTA January 4, 2017
    Bloomberg's Shannon Pettypiece says that Donald Trump will violate NAFTA if he follows through on his promise to put a tax on goods coming in through Mexico. Then Frank Sorrentino, CEO of ConnectOne Bank, gives an outlook for banking and rates as the Fed says four hikes are on the table this year. Brian Rye, a senior health-care policy analyst at Bloomb […]
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  • P&L: Where China Comes Into Play in U.S.-Russia Relations January 3, 2017
    Ariel Cohen, a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council and director of the Center for Energy, Natural Resources and Geopolitics says he suspects that Donald Trump is trying to butter up Vladimir Putin to detach Russia from China. Then, Anand Srinivasan, senior semiconductor and hardware analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence, discusses President Obama's upcom […]
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  • P&L: MIT's Gruber on How to Restore Obamacare to Initial Vision December 30, 2016
    Jonathan Gruber, a professor of economics at MIT and considered a key architect of Obamacare, tells Pimm Fox how the Affordable Care Act could be fixed to function as it was written. Nick Wadhams, a foreign policy reporter for Bloomberg, discusses Obama's sanctions against Russia and Donald Trump's tough choice on whether to support the sanctions w […]
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  • P&L: Sears Will Get One Last Chance for Turnaround in 2017 December 29, 2016
    Burt Flickinger, a managing director at Strategic Resource Group, gives his outlook for the retail industry. David Howell, executive vice president and CIO of McEnearney Associates, discusses the impact of interest rates and the new Donald Trump administration on D.C.-area rentals and home sales. Bloomberg's Katherine Burton talks to Pimm Fox about the […]
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  • P&L: Investing in a Trump Presidency December 28, 2016
    David Kudla, CEO and chief investment strategist of Mainstay Capital, talks to Pimm Fox about investing in a Donald Trump presidency and gives his 2017 outlook for a variety of asset classes. Jason McGorman, a healthcare services analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence, gives an outlook for health care companies as Obamacare faces a repeal from the GOP. Finally, […]
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  • P&L: Schork Says Oil Prices in Mid-50s Are 'Testing the Highs' December 27, 2016
    Stephen Schork, president of the Schork Group, talks to Pimm Fox about the oil and gas markets. Lynn Franco, director of economic indicators of the Conference Board, gives an overview of the December consumer confidence index report. Chiara Albanese, a Rome-based markets reporter for Bloomberg, discusses the ECB saying Monte di Paschi needs $9.2 billion in c […]
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  • P&L: GOP Is Pushing Trump to Cut Obamacare Benefits December 23, 2016
    Bloomberg's Zachary Tracer discusses the future of Obamacare under a Donald Trump presidency. David Kotok, chairman and CIO of Cumberland Advisors, says he sees value in high-quality 30-year municipal bonds. George Ferguson, senior aerospace and defense analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence, talks to Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz about Trump seeking a large […]
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  • P&L: Cyberattacks Are the Biggest Threat to the Global Economy December 22, 2016
    Bloomberg's Anurag Rana gives an outlook for software and IT services in 2017 and discusses the threat cyberattacks pose to the global economy. Sal Gilbertie, president and founder of Teucrium Trading LLC, and Bloomberg's Mike McGlone discuss agricultural commodities. Keri Geiger, a financial crimes reporter for Bloomberg, talks to Pimm Fox and Lis […]
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  • P&L: This Holiday May Be the Best in a Decade for Retailers December 21, 2016
    Craig Johnson, president of Customer Growth Partners, discusses retail earnings and tells Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz why this holiday may be the best in a decade for retailers. Then, Satish Jindel, president of SJ Consulting Group, talks about the complexity of global shipping networks. Also, Bloomberg's Shahien Nasiripour discusses the Obama administ […]
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  • P&L: Trump Faces Difficulty in Forming Russia Strategy December 20, 2016
    Richard Conn, a managing partner at Eurasia Advisors, discusses Russia's relations with Turkey and the U.S. and the implications of the assassination of the Russian ambassador. Then, Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz talk to Billy House, Bloomberg's White House reporter, about Donald Trump picking Mick Mulvaney for director of the Office of Management a […]
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  • P&L: Making America Great Again Will Need a Weaker Dollar December 19, 2016
    Doug Borthwick, managing director at Chapdelaine & Co., discusses the weakening\u0010of China's yuan versus Japan's yen, and gives an outlook for the dollar. Then,\u0010Bloomberg's Zeke Faux talks to Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz about the news that\u0010Platinum Partners' co-founder has been charged with fraud. Also, Joel Stern,\u0010 […]
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  • P&L: Yahoo Security Breach Could Cost Shareholders $1 Billion December 16, 2016
    Bloomberg Gadfly columnist Shira Ovide tells Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz how much the hack could cost shareholders if it leads to the collapse of the Verizon deal. Then, Nav Athwal, CEO of RealtyShares, talks about housing under a Donald Trump presidency and whether the recent trend of foreclosures is here to stay. Also, Constance Hunter, KPMG's chief […]
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  • P&L: Could See Mid- to Low-90s for the Euro-Dollar in 2017 December 15, 2016
    Doug Ramsey, CIO of the Leuthold Group, gives his outlook for markets and the dollar. Then, Bloomberg's Mark Gilbert tells Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz why post-Brexit Britain may face a wage squeeze next year. Also, Eric Stein, co-director of global fixed income at Eaton Vance, discusses the bond markets and the reaction to the FOMC meeting. Finally, J […]
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  • P&L: We Need to Deploy New Tech Faster to Prevent Cyber Attacks December 14, 2016
    Gil Shwed, CEO of Check Point Software, tells Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz what the U.S. government needs to do to prevent future cyber attacks. Then, Bloomberg's Jing Cao discusses IBM's plan to hire 25,000 people in the U.S. Finally, BNY Mellon's Marvin Loh discusses the impact of a rate hike and gives an outlook for fixed income assets. […]
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  • P&L: Former Acting Director of the CIA Discusses Russian Hack December 13, 2016
    Jack Devine, former acting director of the CIA and president of the Arkin Group, talks to Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz about the Russian hack and the impact of Donald Trump's recent dismissive comments about the CIA. Then, Hugh Johnson, chairman and CIO of Hugh Johnson Advisors, gives his market outlook for 2017. Finally, Karen Mills, a senior fellow at […]
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  • P&L: Fed Should Do at Least Four Hikes in 2017 December 12, 2016
    Bob Michele, JPMorgan's chief investment officer, says the Fed should make the December meeting an event to show what they want to do in 2017. Then, Bloomberg's Alex Sherman tells Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz why the Viacom/CBS deal fell through and why Les Moonves may have played a role. Also, Patrick Chovanec, Silvercrest Asset Management's […]
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  • P&L: Some Italian Banks Should Die, "Zombie Banks" Author Says December 9, 2016
    Bloomberg's Yalman Onaran, author of "Zombie Banks," discusses Italian banks and the ECB's decision to reject Monte Paschi's bid for more time on capital. Then, Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz talk to Jim Murren, chairman and CEO of MGM Resorts, about MGM's new gaming resort in Washington and why public perception of gaming is at a […]
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  • P&L: How Blockchain Will Affect Market Structures December 8, 2016
    Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz talk to Christian Catalini, a professor at MIT, about Blockchain and why cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin could be widespread and disruptive. Then, John Stoltzfus, Oppenheimer's chief investment strategist, says he's still bullish on U.S. equities and the Asia region. Also, Bloomberg's Max Chafkin tells Pimm and Li […]
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  • P&L: Chipotle Has Lost Its Way December 7, 2016
    Scott Rothbort, president of LakeView Asset Management, talks about the changing nature of the retail industry, Wal-Mart's outlook and why Chipotle has lost its way. Then, Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz talk to Max Nisen, a Bloomberg Gadfly columnist, about pharma and biotech stocks sinking after Donald Trump's tweet to "bring down drug prices. […]
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  • P&L: The Bloomberg Pessimist's Guide to 2017 December 6, 2016
    John Fraher, Bloomberg's executive editor for international government, discusses Bloomberg's Pessimist's Guide to 2017. Then, Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz speak with Irene Finel-Honigman, an adjunct professor at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs, about the impact of civil unrest on markets. Also, Arthur Kro […]
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  • P&L: Lieberman Says We'll See a Strong Third Party Before 2020 December 5, 2016
    Former Senator Joe Lieberman, co-chairman of the nonpartisan advocacy group "No Labels," discusses the emergence of a center-left and center-right coalition after a divisive 2016 election. Then, Lananh Nguyen, a Bloomberg FX reporter, says Wall Street analysts are writing "bold and funny" notes to engage more readers. Also, Marcus Ashwort […]
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  • P&L: Training for Modern Jobs Is the Answer to Wage Stagnation December 2, 2016
    Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz talk to Chris Lu, deputy secretary for the Department of Labor, about the November jobs report. Then, Global Markets' Peter Kenny discusses why the infrastructure sector is overbought. Also, Algebris Investments' Alberto Gallo talks about the ECB and whether it will be tapering its bond purchasing program. Finally, Shel […]
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  • P&L: Trump Can't Micromanage a Manufacturing Revival December 1, 2016
    Brooke Sutherland, a columnist for Bloomberg Gadfly, says that Donald Trump won't be able to stop the broader trends eroding manufacturing jobs, despite United Technologies' decision to keep 1,000 jobs in Indiana. Then, Eric Marshall, president of Hodges Capital Management, tells hosts Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz what to look for in small-cap stoc […]
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  • P&L: Trump's Treasury Secretary Pick Is a Perfect Trump Villain November 30, 2016
    Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz talk to Bloomberg's Max Abelson and Justin Sink about Donald Trump's latest cabinet appointments and how Steven Mnuchin's elite background makes him a surprising pick for Treasury Secretary. Then, Joe Light, a Bloomberg government reporter, discusses how Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac shares have soared following Mnuch […]
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  • P&L: Consumer Confidence's Nine-Year High Is 'Screamingly Good' November 29, 2016
    Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz talk to Lynn Franco, the director of economic indicators at the Conference Board, about the latest reading of consumer confidence, which reached the highest level since July 2007. Then, Bloomberg News reporter Annmarie Hordern and Rich Pantillo, a senior advisory services analyst at Nasdaq Corporate Solutions, discuss the talks b […]
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  • P&L: Why Fake News Is A Global Problem November 28, 2016
    David Garrity, the CEO of GVA Research, says we could see more advertisers pushing back against fake news on the Internet. Then, Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz talk to Bloomberg Intelligence's Jonathan Tyce about the risks to Italian banks ahead of the Italian referendum. Also, Kun Gao, the co-founder and general manager of Crunchyroll, a streaming servic […]
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  • P&L: How Zara Is Dominating The Fast Fashion World November 25, 2016
    Lisa Abramowicz and Carol Massar, filling in for Pimm Fox, talk to Bloomberg's Stephanie Baker about how Zara's social media presence sets the company apart from the rest of the fashion world. Then, Kroll Bond Rating Agency's Chris Whalen says it takes a long time to get the benefits of higher interest rates. Finally, Greg Viscusi, a Bloomberg […]
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  • P&L: The Thanksgiving Price War November 23, 2016
    Lisa Abramowicz talks to Jen Bartashus, a U.S. food and drug retail analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence, about food deflation and how it's affecting food prices across different stores. Then, David Kudla, CEO of Mainstay Capital Management, discusses markets and investing in the new Donald Trump landscape. Also, Ben Brody, a politics reporter for Bloombe […]
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  • P&L: How Do We Replace Obamacare With Something That Works? November 22, 2016
    Lisa Abramowicz and Mike Regan, filling in for Pimm Fox, talk to Susan DeVore, CEO of Premier Inc., about the future of Obamacare under Donald Trump. Then, Mike Underhill, a money manager at RidgeWorth Capital Innovations, discusses the landscape for commodities. Also, Max Abelson, a Bloomberg finance reporter, talks about why the bankers who Trump ridiculed […]
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  • P&L: What President Trump Means For U.S.-Russia Relations November 21, 2016
    Lisa Abramowicz and Mike Regan, filling in for Pimm Fox, talk to Richard Conn, a managing partner at Eurasia Advisors, about the global implications of a possible closer relationship between Russia and the U.S. under Donald Trump. Then, they discuss mobile banking with Richard Thies, a portfolio manager for Driehaus Capital Management. Also, Jim Rickards, au […]
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  • P&L: The Biggest Risk Is a Trade War, Nick Sargen Says November 18, 2016
    Nick Sargen, author of the new book, "Global Shocks," discusses whether Donald Trump's election is the next global shock. Then, Lacy Hunt, Hoisington Investment Management Co.'s chief economist, talks about Janet Yellen's testimony and gives an outlook for the long bond. Also, Craig Torres, an economy and Federal Reserve reporter for […]
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  • P&L: Does The Fed Still Matter to Equity Traders? November 17, 2016
    Lisa Abramowicz talks to Miller Tabak's Matt Maley about markets and leverage -- and whether the Fed still matters.
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  • P&L: TPP Is Dead, Former Adviser to Bill Clinton Says November 16, 2016
    Robert Lawrence, a professor of International Trade and Investment at the Harvard Kennedy School and former economic adviser to Bill Clinton, discusses the outlook for trade as Donald Trump pledges to tear up NAFTA and TPP. Then, Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz talk to Javier Blas, the chief energy correspondent for Bloomberg, about oil outlook and OPEC dynamic […]
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  • P&L: No Need For More Trade Restrictions, Paul Christopher Says November 15, 2016
    Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz talk to Paul Christopher, the head global market strategist for Wells Fargo Investment Institute, about how markets are anticipating Donald Trump's administration. Then, Shira Ovide, a Bloomberg Gadfly columnist, discusses why Apple is losing its crown as a technology trendsetter. Also, Kartikay Mehrotra, a legal reporter fo […]
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  • P&L: How Donald Trump May Save Banks Billions November 14, 2016
    Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz talk to Silla Brush, a financial regulation reporter for Bloomberg, about how Donald Trump could disrupt global banking rules. Then, they discuss the global bond rout with Eaton Vance's Eric Stein. Also, Alex Sherman, an M&A reporter for Bloomberg, tells Pimm and Lisa how a Trump presidency could affect deals between Chi […]
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  • P&L: O'Brien on "Trump, the Conflicts-of-Interest President" November 11, 2016
    Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz talk to Bloomberg's Timothy O'Brien, author of "TrumpNation," about how Donald Trump's election will affect his business and legal interests. Then, Nathan Dean, a government analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence, discusses Trump's plan to dismantle Dodd-Frank. Also, Burt Flickinger, the managing directo […]
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  • P&L: Trump Tends to Aim High, Then Fall Back November 10, 2016
    Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz talk to Peter Coy, economics editor of Bloomberg Businessweek, about his article, "Trump's Big Challenge: Getting Things Done Without Money." Then, Rick Byrd, CEO and executive chairman of PureAgro, gives an outlook for marijuana legalization and the cannabis industry as an anti-drug GOP controlled government takes […]
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  • P&L: How Did The Polls Get it So Wrong? November 9, 2016
    Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz discuss Donald Trump's surprise victory with Bloomberg News' politics and national government reporter, Mark Niquette. Then, Hilltop Securities' Mark Grant, who correctly predicted a Trump victory yesterday, gives his outlook for bonds. Finally, Bloomberg Intelligence's Carl Riccadonna and Miller Tabak's […]
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  • P&L: Putin Wants the U.S. Election to Go Wrong, Greeley Says November 8, 2016
    Mark Niquette, a politics and national government reporter for Bloomberg News, and Bloomberg’s Brendan Greeley, provide U.S. election coverage and perspectives from around the globe. Then, Mark Grant, chief fixed income strategist at Hilltop Securities, predicts that Donald Trump will win the election -- and why that will be positive for stock markets. Also, […]
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  • P&L: The Restaurant Industry Is in a Perfect Storm of Problems November 7, 2016
    Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz talk to Jonathan Segal, founder and CEO of The ONE Group and STK restaurants, about the impact that uncertainty over Brexit and the election has had on the hospitality industry. Then, Mark Niquette, a politics and national government reporter for Bloomberg News, previews election day. Also, Poonam Goyal, senior U.S. retail analys […]
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  • P&L: Wall Street's Bro Culture Has Been Emboldened by Trump November 4, 2016
    Bloomberg's Katia Porzecanski tells Lisa Abramowicz and Alex Sherman, filling in for Pimm Fox, about the women who are enduring Wall Street's bro culture in the age of Donald Trump. They also talk to Labor Secretary Tom Perez's chief economist, Heidi Shierholz, about today's job report. Then, Bloomberg's Lananh Nguyen says that trade […]
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  • P&L: Hologic's 3D Technology Finds Early Stage Cancer, CEO Says November 3, 2016
    Stephen MacMillan, CEO of Hologic, says that his company's 3D technology addresses the key issues in mammograms. Then, Laura Keller, a Bloomberg finance reporter, and Elliot Stein, a senior litigation analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence, discuss Wells Fargo's sales abuse culture and the SEC investigation. Kit Chellel, a legal reporter for Bloomberg […]
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  • P&L: Trump Has an Uphill Climb to 270 Electoral Votes November 2, 2016
    Pimm and Lisa talk to Bloomberg News' Mark Niquette about a new Bloomberg poll that shows independents favor Clinton by a small margin. Jim Bianco, president and founder of Bianco Research, discusses his outlook for bond yields and gives a big picture look at inflation and growth. Then, Paul Sweeney, director of North American research and media analyst […]
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  • P&L: Josh Green Goes Inside The Trump Bunker November 1, 2016
    Joshua Green, a Bloomberg national correspondent, says Trump's campaign could use their massive list of supporters to build an audience for a possible media venture. Then, Pimm and Lisa discuss the collapse of the Gannett-Tronc deal with Alex Sherman, a Bloomberg deals reporter and host of Bloomberg's Deal of the Week podcast, who says it could be […]
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  • P&L: Deals Mania With GE-Baker Hughes And CenturyLink-Level 3 October 31, 2016
    It was a big weekend for big deals. Pimm and Lisa talk to Rick Clough, a Bloomberg industrials reporter, about GE merging its oil division with Baker Hughes. Then, they discuss CenturyLink's $34 billion deal to buy Level 3 Communications with Alex Sherman, a Bloomberg deals reporter and host of Bloomberg's Deal of the Week podcast. They also talk t […]
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  • P&L: Be Skeptical of Eco Sentiment Data Before U.S. Election October 28, 2016
    Yelena Shulyatyeva, a senior U.S. economist at Bloomberg Intelligence, discusses the U.S. GDP report and why sentiment data can be distorting. Vincent Piazza, a senior U.S. oil and gas analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence, gives an oil outlook and overview of Exxon Mobil and Chevron earnings. Tony Roth, chief investment officer at Wilmington Trust, discusses th […]
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  • P&L: We're In a Healthy But Maturing Part of Cycle, Shanks Says October 27, 2016
    Bob Shanks, CFO of Ford Motor Co., on Ford's 3Q earnings. Barrington Pitt Miller, an equity analyst and Euro market expert at Janus Capital, and Laura Keller, a Bloomberg finance reporter, on Deutsche Bank earnings and the company's lack of a cohesive strategy. Ben Brody, a Bloomberg politics reporter, on how a Clinton aide boasted about how he hel […]
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  • P&L: We'll See A Massive Disruption in Society, Scaramucci Says October 26, 2016
    Anthony Scaramucci, founder of SkyBridge Capital and economic adviser to Donald Trump, on the economic discontent in the U.S., and his new book, "Hopping Over the Rabbit Hole." Feike Sijbesma, CEO of Royal DSM, on the outlook in China and what lies ahead for the European Union. Michael Zezas, chief municipal strategist at Morgan Stanley, on how the […]
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  • P&L: Venezuela Is Going to Collapse, New America's CEO Says October 25, 2016
    Anne-Marie Slaughter, president and CEO of New America and the former director of policy planning for the U.S. State Department, lists her three top global hot spots. Valerie Jarrett, senior adviser to President Barack Obama, speaks about the administration's achievements in improving the workplace. Andrea Illy, chairman of Illycaffè SpA, weighs in on t […]
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  • P&L: Bloomberg's Sherman and Smith on AT&T-Time Warner Deal October 24, 2016
    John Vail, chief global strategist for Nikko Asset Management, discusses global equities and the Bank of Japan. Alex Sherman, Bloomberg M&A reporter, and Gerry Smith, Bloomberg media reporter, outline how the AT&T-Time Warner deal got struck, and regulatory hurdles the companies may face. Bloomberg View columnist Mark Gilbert discusses how pessimism […]
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  • Special Announcement From Bloomberg Podcasts October 11, 2016
    Thanks for listening to the Taking Stock podcast. This podcast will be taking a break for two weeks and returning with a new format, featuring co-host Lisa Abramowicz.
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  • Loot Crate's Davis on New Partnership With Harry Potter (Audio) October 7, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. Guest: Chris Davis, CEO and co-Founder of Loot Crate, a subscription box service for gamers, on announcing a new partnership with Harry Potter at this year’s New York Comic Con.
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  • Customer Growth's Johnson: Fast Fashion is Dying (Audio) October 7, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. Guest: Craig Johnson, President of Customer Growth Partners, on retail stocks: WMT, Amazon, US brands in Europe, and an early Christmas outlook.
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  • Bloomberg's Ciolli on Winners, Losers, Stock of the Day (Audio) October 7, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. Guest: Bloomberg stocks reporter Joe Ciolli on today's market winners, losers, and Stock of the Day: The Gap (GPS).
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  • SocGen's Juckes on Brexit Flash Crash: Lack of Liquidity(Audio) October 7, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox.\u0010\u0010GUEST:\u0010Kit Juckes, Global Head of Foreign Exchange Strategy at Societe General, on the Brexit flash crash.
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  • LaSalle's Gimbel: Overtime Rule Could Hurt Sweat Equity (Audio) October 7, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Tom Gimbel, founder & CEO of LaSalle Network, on the jobs report, and employment and labor market trends.
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  • Chef Vivian Howard on New Cookbook, 'Deep Run Roots' (Audio) October 6, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox.\u0010\u0010Guest:\u0010Peabody, Emmy, and James Beard award-winning Chef Vivian Howard, host of PBS’ “A Chef’s Life,” on launching a line of rubs and sauces with Williams-Sonoma and her upcoming first cookbook.
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  • Bloomberg's Shah on Home Improvement, Housing Trends (Audio) October 6, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox.\u0010\u0010Guest:\u0010Seema Shah, Consumer Discretionary analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence, on trends in the housing/home improvement market. (Taped on 9/30/16).
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  • Brigadier General LeBoeuf on Women and Leadership (Audio) October 6, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox.\u0010\u0010GUEST:\u0010Brigadier General Maureen LeBoeuf (RET.), on being the first female department head at the United States Military Academy, and her philosophy on leadership.
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  • Bloomberg's Silver On Deutsche Bank Mismarking (Correct)(Audio) October 6, 2016
    (Corrects spelling in title)\u0010 (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox.\u0010\u0010GUEST:\u0010Vernon Silver, Bloomberg News Investigations reporter in Rome, on Deutsche Bank AG mismarking 37 deals on its own books, including Italian lender Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena SpA.
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  • Bloomberg's Wilson on Stock of the Day: Cato (CATO) (Audio) October 6, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox.\u0010\u0010Guest:\u0010Bloomberg stocks editor David Wilson on his Stock of the Day: Cato (CATO).
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  • Fiduciary's Andersen: US Market Still Best Game in Town (Audio) October 6, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox.\u0010\u0010GUEST:\u0010Peter Andersen, Chief Investment Officer at Fiduciary Trust in Boston, on the markets and where he is investing.
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  • CFRA's Agnese on Wal-Mart: E-Commerce Push is Positive (Audio) October 6, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox.\u0010\u0010GUEST:\u0010Joe Agnese, Equity Analyst at CFRA Research, on Wal-mart.
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  • Bloomberg's McGlone on Gold Correction and Oil Glut (Audio) October 6, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Mike McGlone, Commodity Strategist for Bloomberg Intelligence, on oil and gold.
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  • Bloomberg's Nizza on Trump Reversing Muslim Ban Stance (Audio) October 6, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox.\u0010\u0010GUEST:\u0010Mike Nizza, Executive Editor for Bloomberg Politics, on today's political news: Trump reversing stance on Muslim ban.
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  • Bloomberg's Shah on Hurricane Matthew Impact to Retail (Audio) October 6, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox.\u0010\u0010GUEST:\u0010Seema Shah, Consumer Discretionary Analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence, on Hurricane Matthew and potential impact to retail.
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  • Raymond James' Starner on Women in Financial Industry (Audio) October 6, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Margaret Starner, Senior Vice President, Financial Planning, at the Starner Group of Raymond James, can discuss women investors and advisers, Holistic financial planning, and behavioral finance.
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  • Hugh Johnson: Energy Sector Very Attractive, Likes XOM (Audio) October 5, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Hugh Johnson, Chairman and CIO of Hugh Johnson Advisors, on global markets, earnings, oil, and the Fed.
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  • UMB Healthcare's Klumb on Maximizing HSA Investments (Audio) October 5, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox.\u0010\u0010GUEST:\u0010Begonya Klumb, CEO of UMB Healthcare Services (Nasdaq: UMBF), on investment and savings options with an HSA , and considerations during the upcoming open enrollment.
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  • Veolia's DiCroce on Getting Ahead of 'Sustainable' Curve(Audio) October 5, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Bill DiCroce, ‎President & CEO of Veolia North America, on how sustainable strategies are reshaping business and mainstreaming the circular economy.
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  • JSE's Newton-King: Mining Is No Longer Only Opportunity (Audio) October 5, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: CEO of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, Nicky Newton-King, discusses the impact of a US rate hike on South African asset classes, the threat of a credit downgrade, and opportunities for investment.
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  • Halstead's Grossman on Opportunities in NY Real Estate (Audio) October 5, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Richard Grossman, President of Halstead Property, on the impact to NY residential real estate as the Fed gears up for an interest rate increase, and opportunities for investment.
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  • Narayana Kocherlakota: Fiscal Stimulus Can Be Effective (Audio) October 5, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: FED IN FOCUS: Narayana Kocherlakota, Blooomberg View columnist and former Minneapolis Fed President, on the economy, the Fed, and why Americans feel poor.
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  • Chapdelaine's Borthwick Says Fade EUR/GBP: Overdone (Audio) October 4, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox.\u0010\u0010GUEST:\u0010Doug Borthwick, Managing Director/Head:FX at Chapdelaine & Co, with a look at the pound and the euro, after Theresa May said she would offer no special favors to British financial services companies in Brexit negotiations.
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  • Bloomberg's Wilson on Stock of the Day: Green Plains (Audio) October 4, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox.\u0010\u0010Guest:\u0010Bloomberg stocks editor David Wilson's discusses his Stock of the Day: Green Plains (GPRE).
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  • Apttus' Krappe on Launching 'Max' AI Sales Technology (Audio) October 4, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox.\u0010\u0010GUEST:\u0010Kirk Krappe, CEO of Apttus and author of the book "Intelligent Quote-to-Cash," on the company's new "MAX" AI sales technology, and plans for a possible IPO in early 2017.
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  • Richard Conn on Russia: Trump Presents 'Dream Scenarios'(Audio) October 4, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox.\u0010\u0010GUEST:\u0010Richard Conn, Managing Partner at Eurasia Advisors, analyzes the current status of US-Russia relations and Russia's view of the U.S. election.
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  • Bloomberg's Halen on Growth of Automation in Restaurants(Audio) October 4, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Mike Halen, Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Restaurant Analyst, on federal policies and their potential impacts on restaurants, as well as the growth of automation.
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  • Bloomberg's Campbell on WFC; Olorunnipa on VP Debate (Audio) October 4, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUESTS: Elizabeth Campbell, Bloomberg muni-bonds reporter based in Chicago, on Chicago's treasurer planning to divest $25 million of investments from Wells Fargo. Toluse Olorunnipa, US Government reporter at Bloomberg, is on location at Longwood University in Farmville, VA, for a preview of th […]
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  • Dialpad's Walker on Shifting Desk-Based Phone to Cloud (Audio) October 4, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Craig Walker, Founder and CEO of Dialpad and creator of Google Voice, with highlights from the Dreamforce conference, and his plans to take down the $42.4B communications market.
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  • Gene Munster on GOOGL: VR Is Big Theme For Next Decade (Audio) October 4, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Gene Munster, Managing Director at Piper Jaffray, on the new Google phone and home products announced at their event today.
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  • FNB Pandora's Mason, ULA's Megenhardt, on Cleveland Fed (Audio) October 3, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: ROUNDTABLE: Cleveland Fed board members Todd Mason, CEO of First National Bank of Pandora, and David Megenhardt, Executive Director of the United Labor Agency, discuss the Fed, banking and Dodd-Frank, and the labor market
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  • Fed's Mester: Compelling Case To Move Rates Gradually (Audio) October 3, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox.\u0010\u0010GUEST:\u0010Loretta Mester, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, dissented at the September FOMC meeting, and will explain why she believes the economy is strong enough for a rate hike. Live from the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.
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  • Cleveland Clinic's Cosgrove on Medical Innovation Impact(Audio) October 3, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Dr. Toby Cosgrove, CEO of the Cleveland Clinic, on the impact of medical innovation on economies, and outlook for Obamacare.
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  • Cavaliers' Komoroski on Economic Growth in Cleveland (Audio) October 3, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Cleveland Cavaliers and Quicken Loans Arena CEO Len Komoroski on the upcoming season, and the business landscape and economic growth in Cleveland.
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  • Miller Tabak's Maley: Plan For Post-Election Market Move(Audio) October 3, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Matt Maley, Equity Strategist at Miller Tabak, with a macro look at the markets and why he expects a big post-election market move
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  • Peter Anderson on John Stumpf Congressional Testimony (Audio) September 30, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Peter Andersen, chief investment officer at Fiduciary Trust Company, discusses Wells Fargo's recent troubles with accounts and John Stumpf's testimony before the House of Representatives.
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  • Mike Virdi & Narinder Chadha on OurBus Transportation (Audio) September 30, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Mike Virdi and Narinder Chadha, Co-Founders of OurBus, a transit technology startup that allows riders to create their own demand-based bus routes.
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  • Brean's Tchir Says Deutsche Bank Not a Systemic Risk (Audio) September 29, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Peter Tchir, Head of Macro Strategy at Brean Capital, on global markets, Deutsche Bank, and the BOJ.
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  • Kiip CEO Brian Wong on New Book, 'The Cheat Code' (Audio) September 29, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Brian Wong, CEO and Co-Founder of mobile advertising network Kiip, discusses his new book, "The Cheat Code."
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  • Bloomberg's Wilson on Stock of the Day: Stein Mart (Audio) September 29, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox.\u0010\u0010Guest:\u0010Bloomberg stocks editor David Wilson on his Stock of the Day: Stein Mart (SMRT).
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  • Again's Kilduff on OPEC Cut: Oil Still Going Below $40 (Audio) September 29, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: John Kilduff, Founding partner of Again Capital, on the oil markets, and OPEC curtailing output.
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  • Rx Savings' Rea on Wide Gaps in EpiPen Drug Pricing (Audio) September 29, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: HEALTHCARE: Michael Rea, CEO of Rx Savings Solutions, to discuss the wide gap in Mylan's EpiPen drug pricing between the UK ($69) and the US ($600.)
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  • Bloomberg's Daly on FCC, Niquette on Clinton, Millenials(Audio) September 29, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUESTS: Kyle Daly, Senior Reporter for Bloomberg BNA, on The Federal Communications Commission delaying today's vote on a contentious proposal to open the pay-TV set-top box market to competition. Mark Niquette, Politics and National Government reporter for Bloomberg News, on today's poli […]
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  • Bill Rhodes Says Bank Culture is the 'Key' to Conduct (Audio) September 29, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox.\u0010\u0010GUEST:\u0010Banker to the world Bill Rhodes, of William Rhodes Global Advisors, on Wells Fargo, global banks, and bank culture.
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  • Mediatech's Bibb: Moonves Best Option to Run CBS-Viacom (Audio) September 28, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Media and entertainment guru Porter Bibb of Mediatech Capital Partners, on Viacom and CBS to explore a merger, and the FCC voting on whether the cable industry will be able to charge for set top boxes.
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  • Eurasia Group's Sankaran: Impact of Energy Markets on EM(Audio) September 28, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Karthik Sankaran, Director of Global Strategy, Eurasia Group, on the outlook for global and emerging markets.
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  • Bloomberg's Wilson on Winners, Losers, Stock of the Day (Audio) September 28, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. Guest: Bloomberg stocks editor David Wilson on today's market winners, losers, and Stock of the Day: Dillard's (DDS).
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  • Princeton's Krueger Sees 'Moderation in Globalization' (Audio) September 28, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Alan Krueger, Former Head of the Council of Economic Advisors and Professor at Princeton University, discusses whether the sun is setting on globalization.
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  • Bloomberg's Butler on Blackberry: Shrinking to Grow (Audio) September 28, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: John Butler, Senior Telecoms Analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence, on Blackberry pulling out of the smartphone market, as sales miss estimates.
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  • BMO's Ablin: Correlation Between Trump and Mexican Peso (Audio) September 28, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Jack Ablin, Chief Investment Officer for BMO Private Bank, weighs in on banks, and the correlation between Trump and the peso.
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  • PIMCO's Clarida on Rate Hike: Fed Should Get On With It (Audio) September 28, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: FED IN FOCUS: Richard Clarida, Global Strategic Adviser at Pimco, on the Fed's rate hiking path, and the Bank of Japan.
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  • Frost's Stringfellow: Consumer Sectors Still Attractive (Audio) September 27, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Tom Stringfellow, Chief Investment Officer of Frost Investment Advisors, on the impact of the debate on markets, outlook for the labor market, and where to invest.
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  • OpCo's Gheit on OPEC: Lower Oil Prices Are Here To Stay (Audio) September 27, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Fadel Gheit, Senior Analyst at Oppenheimer & Co, for a look at oil prices, and the impact of Iran and Saudi Arabia's opposing views on an output freeze.
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  • Bloomberg's Barnes: Obama's Clean Power Plan Could Stay (Audio) September 27, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Brandon Barnes, Senior Energy Litigation Analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence, on outlook for Obama's Clean Power Plan, in court today.
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  • Kroll's Whalen on Deutsche: Banks Are Over Regulated (Audio) September 27, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Chris Whalen, Senior Managing Director & Head of Research at Kroll Bond Rating Agency, on potential contagion surrounding Deutsche Bank, as shares have fallen 55 per cent in the last year.
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  • Bloomberg's Talev on Clinton Getting Under Trump's Skin (Audio) September 27, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Margaret Talev, White House correspondent for Bloomberg, on Donald Trump letting Hillary Clinton get under his skin at the presidential debate.
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  • Conference Board's Franco: Economy Is On Solid Footing (Audio) September 27, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Lynn Franco, Director of Economic Indicators of the Conference Board, with an overview of their September CCI (Consumer Confidence Index) report.
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  • Megalith's Sidhu on Real Estate: Buyer Pool Has Shrunk (Audio) September 27, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox.\u0010\u0010GUEST:\u0010Sam Sidhu, Founder and CEO of Megalith Capital Management, on foreign investment in the NY real estate market, and outlook for the residential and condo market.
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  • EisnerAmper's Weissenberg on Owners Renting Out Condos (Audio) September 26, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Ken Weissenberg, Tax Partner and Partner-in-Charge of the Real Estate Services Group at EisnerAmper, on their upcoming private equity summit, the NYC market, and the best opportunities for real estate investors.
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  • Daren Hornig on Investing in the NY Real Estate Market (Audio) September 26, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Daren Hornig, Managing Partner at Hornig Capital, on the NY real estate market and investing in the outer boroughs.
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  • Bloomberg's Wilson on Winners, Losers, Stock of the Day (Audio) September 26, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. Guest: Bloomberg stocks editor David Wilson on today's market winners, losers and Stock of the Day: Lands' End (LE).
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  • Loomis' Fuss Sees Quarter Point Rate Hike in December (Audio) September 26, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Dan Fuss, Vice Chairman of Loomis Sayles, on the markets and outlook for bonds and the Fed.
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  • Leslie Himmel: Opportunity in Real Estate Asset Bubble (Audio) September 26, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Leslie Himmel, Managing Partner and Founder, Himmel and Meringoff Properties, on financing in the NYC commercial real estate market.
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  • EisnerAmper's Weinstein: Tax Reform To Accelerate Deals (Audio) September 26, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Charly Weinstein, CEO of EisnerAmper, on the company's upcoming private equity summit, and the potential impact for real estate tax reform.
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  • Bloomberg's Niquette Previews the Presidential Debate (Audio) September 26, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. GUEST: Mark Niquette, Politics and National Government reporter for Bloomberg News, on today's political news: Presidential debate preview.
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  • Jim Felt on High-End Racing Bikes (Audio) September 23, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox.\u0010\u0010GUEST:\u0010Felt Bicycles founder Jim Felt on the company's bicycles, their role in the racing world, and their new push toward electric-powered bikes.
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  • Anthony and Elain Lassman on Luxury Travel (Audio) September 23, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox.\u0010\u0010GUESTS:\u0010Anthony and Elaine Lassman, co-Founders of Nota Bene, discuss trends in luxury travel and the post-brexit travel market.
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  • John Micklethwait on Erdogan Interview (Audio) September 23, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox.\u0010\u0010GUEST:\u0010John Micklethwait, Bloomberg News editor-in-chief, on his interview with Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
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  • Steve Majoros on Chevrolet's Business Health (Audio) September 22, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. \u0010 \u0010GUEST: \u0010Steven Majoros \u0010Marketing Director \u0010Chevrolet Cars and Crossovers \u0010Will discuss Chevrolet's business health.
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  • Farr on Impact of FOMC Decision (Audio) September 22, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. \u0010 \u0010GUEST: \u0010Michael K Farr \u0010President/CEO/Co-Founder \u0010Farr Miller & Washington LLC \u0010Will discuss his current investment outlook and impact from the FOMC rate decision.
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  • Isenberg on Role of White Poor in American History (Audio) September 22, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. \u0010 \u0010GUEST: \u0010Nancy Isenberg \u0010Professor / Academic \u0010Louisiana State University Baton Rouge \u0010Will discuss her book White Trash: The 400-Year Untold History of Class in America, and the role of the white poor in American history.
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  • Lounibos on SOASTA Technology (Audio) September 22, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. \u0010 \u0010GUEST: \u0010Thomas M Lounibos "Tom" \u0010President/CEO \u0010Soasta Inc \u0010will discuss how SOASTA's technology improves how web and mobile sites perform.
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  • Mark Bohlund on Africa and the Global Economy (Audio) September 22, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. \u0010 \u0010GUEST: \u0010Mark Bohlund \u0010Economist:Africa & Middle East \u0010Bloomberg Intelligence \u0010Will discuss Africa and the global economy.
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  • Vincent Reinhart on the Fed Decision (Audio) September 22, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. \u0010 \u0010GUEST: \u0010Vincent Reinhart \u0010Chief Economist \u0010Standish Mellon Asset Mgmt Co LLC \u0010Will discuss the FOMC outcome.
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  • Mike Nizza on New Presidential Polls (Audio) September 22, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. \u0010 \u0010GUEST: \u0010Mike Nizza \u0010Executive Editor:BloombergPolitics.com \u0010Bloomberg Editorial \u0010Will highlight today's political news: including new polls out, and Monday's Presidential debate.
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  • Ken Goldstein on August LEI Index (Audio) September 22, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. \u0010 \u0010GUEST: \u0010Kenneth Goldstein \u0010Economist \u0010Conference Board Inc \u0010Will discuss the August LEI index and FOMC decision.
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  • Steve Cook on Impact of DOL Rule (Audio) September 21, 2016
    (Bloomberg) -- Taking Stock with Kathleen Hays and Pimm Fox. \u0010 \u0010GUEST: \u0010Steve Cook \u0010Manaing Director \u0010BNY Mellon \u0010Will discuss impact of DOL rule on ETF industry at the BNY Mellon ETF Symposium.
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