Posts filed under “Financial Press”

Blogger Response to CNBC

I have been discussing back and forth with Dennis Kneale the war he seems to have found himself with the bloggers. As was pointed out last night by Bill in SF, some viewers are less than enthralled with Dennis’ channel.

Here’s one such viewer’s take on the cable channel:

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Hat tip:  Bill in SF

Category: Financial Press, Humor, Television, Weblogs

Financial Reporting in Today’s Economy

Should financial media be held accountable for their failure to have warned the public of the current economic downturn? What steps are being taken to avoid this happening in the future?

A panel of leading financial reporters assess the global crisis and discuss the ‘perfect storm’ of events that led to it. Aspiring journalists will hear how to avoid the perils and pitfalls of the profession, and media observers can decide for themselves if the media is to blame.

With Charles Gasparino, on-air editor, CNBC; Farnoosh Torabi, correspondent, TheStreet.com TV; Liz Claman, anchor, Fox Business Network; and Alan Murray, deputy managing editor, The Wall Street Journal; executive editor, Journal Online, and WSJ Television.

Moderated by Jeff Bercovici, Blogger, “Mixed Media,” Portfolio.com.

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Category: Financial Press, Real Estate, Video

Wednesday Reading

Wednesday linkage  — something for everyone: • Paulson’s Colossal Lack of Judgment (Alhambra) • Jamie Dimon v. Larry Summers (Baseline Scenario) • S&P Commits Professional Suicide With Ratings Round Trip, Underlying CRE Remains Toxic Garbage (Zero Hedge) • Business Journalism: A Vanishing Necessity? (Time) I’m curious as to why they limited this to business journalism…Read More

Category: Financial Press

Tuesday Linkage

Tuesday linkage  — something for everyone: •  Bernanke Disarms Lawmakers With Garage Meetings, Credit Repairs (Bloomberg) see also Bernanke Heads to Congress Battling Calls to Tame the Fed (WSJ) • Are Manufacturers Also Too Big to Fail? (NYT) • At N.Y. Fed, Blending In Is Part of the Job: Some Fear Wall Street Too Heavily…Read More

Category: Financial Press, Markets

Monday Reading

Monday afternoon — first linkfest of the week! • More toxic loans could haunt banks (Associated Press) • Joseph Stiglitz: The Most Misunderstood Man in America (Newsweek) • The Real Story of Trading Software Espionage (Advanced Trading) • Subprime Brokers Resurface as Dubious Loan Fixers (NYT) • James Altucher has departed the Street.com for Dow Jones,…Read More

Category: Financial Press

Friday Readings

Its Friday afternoon — last linkfest of the week! • Dismantling the Temple, Fixing the Fed (The Nation) • What went wrong with economics (Economist) • Audit Interview: James L. Bothwell The author of a definitive ‘94 GAO derivatives report talks about industry pushback and financial-press complacency (CJR) • Security Savings Bank: Why a bank’s…Read More

Category: Financial Press, Markets

CNBC vs Denninger vs Roubini

There is a fascinating fight going on between CNBC, Karl Denninger and Nouriel Roubini. First up, see this CNBC Video, followed by Karl Denninger’s response. Then read Roubini’s statement: Nouriel Roubini Jul 16, 2009 “It has been widely reported today that I have stated that the recession will be over ‘this year’ and that I…Read More

Category: Financial Press, Markets, Television

Thursday Readings

Its Thursday afternoon — time for a quick linkfest, starting with quite a few surprising headlines: • Treasury Bets U.S. Financial System Can Weather CIT Collapse (Bloomberg) • Behind Goldman Sachs’ second quarter profit (EPI) • Five reasons it’s too soon to declare the recession over (Business Week) • Saga Continues for Former GM Shares…Read More

Category: Financial Press, Markets

Wednesday Linkfest

Its Wednesday afternoon — time for a quick linkfest, starting with quite a few surprising headlines: • Investors Say ‘Tarnished’ Fed Shouldn’t Oversee Systemic Risk (Bloomberg) • After the storm comes a hard climb (Martin Wolf, FT) • The Recession is Over (Newsweek) • Stimulus spending finally starts to trickle down (USA Today) • Americans’…Read More

Category: Financial Press

Tuesday Linkage

Its Monday Tuesday afternoon — time for a quick linkfest: • Mortimer Zuckerman: The Economy Is Even Worse Than You Think (WSJ) •  Home Prices Play Big Role in Americans’ Decision to Move (Real Time Economics) • Reset Chart from Credit Suisse has a Major Error (Healdsburg Housing Bubble) • Shadow Banking: What It Is,…Read More

Category: Financial Press, Markets