This morning I’ll be joining Tom Keene Michael McKee and Sara Eisen on Bloomberg Radio, broadcasting live from an undisclosed location.

I will be on from 11:00am to 12noon. Listen for me — I’ll be the guy in the suit.

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You can stream Bloomberg Radio live by clicking below:

http://www.bloomberg.com/radio

Category: Economy, Media

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One Response to “Radio Appearance: Bloomberg On the Economy”

  1. machinehead says:

    Good interview.

    Most off-the-radar story? How about the increasing likelihood that a decade of boom in the BRICs may be drawing to a close?

    EEM (the emerging markets ETF) has a much worse chart than the S&P. Maybe it’s telling us something.