Posts filed under “Video”

Jim Rogers on the New Financial Architecture

John Authers, investment editor of FT, has just conducted a wide-ranging four-part video interview with Jim Rogers, legendary investor and author.

In Part 1 Rogers gives his outlook for the US dollar and what new financial architecture may evolve post-crisis.

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In Part 2 Rogers discusses president-elect Barack Obama’s economic proposals and whether it is the right time to buy back into equities.

In Part 3 Rogers discusses China, his outlook for A shares, and whether the economic stimulus package is enough to reverse the country’s slowing pace of growth.

In Part 4 Rogers recommends holding real assets because the spectre of inflation is still real despite a forced liquidation into cash prompting a decline in prices.

Source: John Authers, Financial Times, November 17, 2008.

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Category: Corporate Management, Credit, Derivatives, Economy, Video

Time For Wall Street To Get Real About Bonuses

WSJ’s Dennis Berman and Evan Newmark finally agree on something: In these tough times, it was right for Wall Street executives to forego bonuses. Now is also a good time to create a fair and predictable structure for the future.

11/18/2008

Category: Video, Wages & Income

Rahm Emanuel on the Opportunities of Crisis

Rahm Emanuel, chief of staff for president-elect Barack Obama, outlines the opportunities for bipartisan reform that he says the financial crisis presents at the Wall Street Journal CEO Council in Washington, D.C.


11/18/2008

WSJ’s David Wessel leads a discussion forum at the Journal’s CEO Council, with TIAA-CREF’s Roger Ferguson, Time Warner’s Jeffrey Bewkes and others giving their recommendations for the next administration

Category: Bailouts, Credit, Politics, Video

Auto Bailout Faces Uphill Battle

Executives from Detroit’s big three car manufacturers will likely face a great deal of skepticism as they seek a bailout from Washington. Video courtesy of Fox News.

11/18/2008

Category: Bailouts, Economy, Video

CEO Council: Paulson, Summers Spar Over Corporate Tax Rates

At the WSJ’s CEO Council, Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and one of his predecessors, Lawrence Summers, spar over what the most-appropriate corporate tax rate should be in the wake of the U.S. financial-markets meltdown.

IF ANYONE KNOWS WHERE THE FULL VIDEO OF THIS EVENT MIGHT BE, PLEASE LET ME KNOW

11/17/2008

Category: Bailouts, Credit, Economy, 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