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Wall Street Week – Full Show (01/22/2021)

Wall Street Week – Full Show (01/22/2021)

Jan.22 — One of the most iconic brands in financial television returns for today’s issues and today’s world. This week’s Wall Street Week features David Westin’s interviews with Former Treasury Secretary Lawrence H. Summers, Former…

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Summers & Hubbard on a $15 Minimum Wage: Roundtable Responds

Summers & Hubbard on a $15 Minimum Wage: Roundtable Responds

Jan.22 — Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Lawrence H. Summers, a Wall Street Week contributor, says a gradual increase in the minimum wage would be ideal, but prefers a jump to $15 to inaction. Former Council…

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Summers Says: Markets Will Survive Reddit Traders

Summers Says: Markets Will Survive Reddit Traders

Jan.22 — Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Lawrence H. Summers, a Wall Street Week contributor, says markets will survive the actions of Reddit-charged day traders, but regulations need to be more modern. He joins David Westin…

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There Are Micro Bubbles in the Market: Sonders

There Are Micro Bubbles in the Market: Sonders

Jan.22 — Charles Schwab Chief Investment Strategist Liz Ann Sonders says she sees micro bubbles in the market. She says that the froth coming from the retail investors piling into low-priced stocks is different from…

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One More Thought: Presidential Peloton

One More Thought: Presidential Peloton

Jan.22 — David Westin has “One More Thought” on security concerns over President Biden’s Peloton.

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Yellen Defends Stimulus Plan Price Tag

Yellen Defends Stimulus Plan Price Tag

Jan.22 — Treasury Secretary Nominee Janet Yellen defended President Biden’s plan for a $1.9 trillion fiscal stimulus package against criticism that it would add to the nation’s debt burden.

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Weak Demand For Fuel Is Hurting Ethanol Suppliers

Weak Demand For Fuel Is Hurting Ethanol Suppliers

Ethanol plants are having a hard time making money because of high corn prices higher low demand for fuel. Producers are looking forward to one thing: consumers getting back into their cars and on the…

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ARTBA Chief Economist Sees Drop in Infrastructure Projects

ARTBA Chief Economist Sees Drop in Infrastructure Projects

Jan.22 — Alison Black, American Road & Transportation Builders Association chief economist, discusses the drop in infrastructure investments with Bloomberg’s Alix Steel and Guy Johnson on “Bloomberg Markets.”

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Pimco’s Fels Says ‘Clearly Europe Is in a Double-Dip Recession’

Pimco’s Fels Says ‘Clearly Europe Is in a Double-Dip Recession’

Jan.22 — Joachim Fels, global economic adviser at Pacific Investment Management Co. (PIMCO), discusses the differences in economic recovery between Europe and the U.S., warns that investors are under-appreciating market risks, and offers his outlook…

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How Biden’s Stimulus Plan Could Impact Municipal Bonds

How Biden’s Stimulus Plan Could Impact Municipal Bonds

Jan.22 — Nick Venditti, Wells Fargo Asset Management senior portfolio manager, discusses what the Biden administration’s $1.9 trillion stimulus plan means for the municipal bond market. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Taylor Riggs on “Bloomberg Markets:…