Posts filed under “Media”
On today’s “Chart Attack,” Bloomberg’s Barry Ritholtz looks at a chart that suggests the S&P 500 Index could be headed for a major crash. He speaks with Trish Regan on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.”
What the 1982-87 Parallel to Today Could Mean
JPMorgan’s James Liu, Global Financial Private Capital’s Mike Sorrentino and Bloomberg’s Barry Ritholtz discuss the outlook for U.S. stocks and Federal Reserve monetary policy on “Street Smart.
Are Stocks at the Beginning of a Serious Bull Run?
Alcoa reported second-quarter earnings and sales that beat analysts’ expectations after an increase in the price of aluminum including regional delivery premiums. JPMorgan’s James Liu and Bloomberg’s Trish Regan, Julie Hyman, Matt Miller and Barry Ritholtz take a look at the numbers on “Street Smart
Alcoa Earnings Beat After Jump in Aluminum Premiums
Source: Bloomberg, July 8 2014
Over the past few weeks, I have been dropping hints about a new project I am working on with the folks at Bloomberg. Now that we have an official launch date, I can reveal the details to you. I have over the years, lamented about the state of media (see e.g., this, this and this). …Read More
Bloomberg’s Barry Ritholtz examines investor sentiment about the current bull market, comparing it to past runs and whether or not it can continue to climb. He speaks on “Market Makers
Where’s the Love? Investors Shun Bull Market Rally
Bloomberg June 27 2014
Barry Ritholtz and Alix Steel discuss the new, aggressive approach taken by the U.S. government against banks. They speak on “Market Makers.”
What Prompted a Tougher U.S. Stance on Banks?
> I am back again for another bout with Tom: If you are anywhere near a radio this mornings, I will be the guest hosting “Bloomberg Surveillance” with Tom Keene from 8:00 – 10 am. You can catch it live, or via podcast at Bloomberg or at iTunes. Always lots of fun . . .
> If you are anywhere near a radio this mornings, I will be the guest hosting “Bloomberg Surveillance” with Tom Keene from 8:00 – 10 am. You can catch it live, or via podcast at Bloomberg or at iTunes. Always lots of fun . . .
May 5, 2014 The Media’s Reporting of the April Unemployment Rate – A Little Knowledge Can Be Dangerous Economists have “trained” the media to quickly check out what has happened to the labor force when the unemployment rate declines. If the unemployment rate drops and so, too, does the labor force, then the decline in…Read More