Fed Minutes Call for Flexibility, Goldman Hiring Coders, Argentina Companies Defy Gloom, Baucus on Hong Kong
Bloomberg Economics Chief U.S. Economist Carl Riccadonna and Bloomberg Stocks Editor Dave Wilson break down the minutes of the July Federal Open Market Committee meeting as a number of Fed officials stressed the need for policy flexibility. Bloomberg News Finance Reporter Sri Natarajan discusses Goldman Sachs’s trading division hiring more than 100 engineers for tech-related roles on the trading floor. Matt Winkler, Editor-in-Chief Emeritus of Bloomberg News, tells the story of two companies in Argentina that are showing investors and citizens that the country doesn’t have to be perpetually chaotic. Max Baucus, Former U.S. Ambassador to China, shares his thoughts on the unrest in Hong Kong, which he thinks is going to get worse before it gets better. And we Drive to the Close with Aaron Kennon, CEO at Clear Harbor Asset Management. Hosts: Jason Kelly and Marty Schenker. Producer: Paul Brennan.
Carlyle’s Rubenstein Talks Politics, Fed Policy and ‘The American Story’
David Rubenstein, Co-Founder and Co-Chairman of the Carlyle Group, shares his thoughts on a variety of topics, including the 2020 presidential race, what the Federal Reserve will do next and his book “The American Story.” Bloomberg Businessweek National Correspondent Josh Green discusses a new CNN poll showing Joe Biden is gaining strength compared to the rest of the Democratic field, but also betrays a major weakness. Peter Coy,Bloomberg Businessweek Economics Editor, breaks down what to expect for the upcoming Jackson Hole economic summit. Michael Beschloss, Author and Historian, talks about David’s book The American Story: Conversations with Master Historians. Host: Jason Kelly. Producer: Paul Brennan.
U.S. Easing Huawei Sanctions, Marriott’s All-Inclusive Platform, China’s Hong Kong Response, Downside of Deepfakes
Bloomberg News Senior Trade Reporter Shawn Donnan talks about the U.S. extending a limited set of exemptions that had protected rural networks and other U.S. customers from a ban on doing business with China’s Huawei Technologies for another 90 days. Tony Capuano, Marriott's Chief Global Development Officer, discusses growth in North America and Asia and launching new all-inclusive platform. Bloomberg New Economy Editorial Director Andy Browne explains how China may consider handling Hong Kong protests. Mark Bergen, Bloomberg News Technology Reporter, explains his Businessweek Magazine story on deepfakes. And We Drive to the Close with Margie Patel, Senior Portfolio Manager at Wells Fargo Asset Management. Hosts: Jason Kelly and Peggy Collins. Producer: Paul Brennan
Bloomberg Businessweek Weekend - August 16, 2019
Hosted by Jason Kelly Featuring highlights from the latest issue of Bloomberg Businessweek. -Dan Ten Kate talks about the next steps in the ongoing protests in Hong Kong -Dimitra Kessenides describes how Illinois is taking on hackers -Sarah Frier discusses Facebook keeping its data private
Deere Earnings ‘Could Have Been Worse’, Moynihan Does Not Fear Recession, GE’s Seesaw Stock
Ann Duignan, U.S. Machinery Analyst at JPMorgan, breaks down quarterly earnings from Deere, after the equipment company pledged to lower its costs and offered an outlook cut that was less than some investors feared . Bank of America Chief Executive Officer Brian Moynihan discusses the U.S. economy and possible recession risk. Bloomberg News Reporter Brendan Case explains how General Electric shares bounced back on Friday after a brutal rout Thursday as Wall Street analysts defended the industrial conglomerate against allegations from a prominent financial examiner. Jerry Raio, Head of Capital Markets at ClickIPO, shares his outlook for companies going public for the remainder of 2019. And We Drive to the Close with Janet Johnston, Portfolio Manager at TrimTabs Asset Management. Hosts: Jason Kelly and Taylor Riggs. Producer: Paul Brennan