Posts filed under “Video”

Economic Data: U.S. Oct. PPI Drops 2.8%

Initial Reaction with Joe Kinahan of Think or Swim Group; Further Reaction with Roger Kubarych of Unicredit Global Research

Category: Economy, Inflation, Video

Paulson: We’re Not Experimenting With Bailout

Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson defended the Bush Administration’s $700-billion bailout plan, telling WSJ’s Alan Murray he doesn’t think he’s doing FDR-like experimentation with lqiuid assets. (Nov. 17)

11/17/2008

Category: Bailouts, Video

President-Elect Barack Obama on 60 Minutes

Steve Kroft speaks with President-elect Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, about his historic election victory, his personal transition, and his family; And, Andy Rooney salutes the art of print journalism.


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60 Minutes, 11.16.08

Category: Bailouts, Economy, Video

GM Ramps Up Bailout Push

MarketBeat’s David Gaffen and Dow Jones’ Simon Constable discuss whether General Motors will get the bailout it wants and can Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson stay the course with his new bailout strategy?

Category: Bailouts, Economy, Video

Japan Enters Recession

Analysis by Clifford Bennett, Sonray Capital Chief Economist

Category: Economy, Video

‘Maverick’ Is Called On Insider Trading

WSJ’s Ashby Jones talks about the Securities and Exchange Commission filing (civil) insider trading charges against Mark Cuban, owner of Dallas Mavericks. (Nov. 17)

Category: Legal, Video

Paulson Defends the TARP

Journal Editorial Report, Saturdays 5:30 pm ET, 2:30 pm PT on Fox News Channel.
11/15/2008

Category: Bailouts, Economy, Video

Look Ahead: Asia and Japan’s Economy

Japan may show some slim economic growth for the third quarter, but that doesn’t mean it’s doing well. Also, watch for earnings from Tokio Marine and Macquarie Group. Michael Kitchen reports

(see also Thailand and the crisis)

11/14/2008

Category: Economy, Federal Reserve, Video

Ace Greenberg on Charlie Rose (2004, 2008)

Fascinating pair of discussions with the former head of Bear:

10/22/2008:

01/02/2004

Category: Bailouts, Corporate Management, Derivatives, Video

Laffer: U.S. Automakers Are ‘Never Going to Make It’

Arthur Laffer, chairman of Laffer Associates, talks with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene from Nashville, Tennessee, about U.S. fiscal policy, the performance of Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke and proposed federal aid for the country’s automakers.

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Category: Markets, Video