An entertaining look at economic and global market news. Join Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer as they take the stuffiness out of Wall Street.
William D. Cohan returns to definitively break down the importance of Wall Street, and how it can restore trust and transparency so that it can work correctly again.
The Wall Street Journal's James Mackintosh joins Paul Vigna, Corrie Driebusch and Stephen Grocer to discuss how the current market's optimism can lead to risk, and whether it's already gone from enthusiasm to euphoria.
John Buckingham, Chief Investment Officer at AFAM Capital Asset Management, joins Stephen Grocer, Spencer Jakab, and Chris Dieterich to talk all things value investing and the best ways to pick stocks in the current market.
The MoneyBeat camp recaps Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen's Chicago speech, and what may be in store for interest rates in the near future. Then, a break down of Snap Inc.'s second day as a publicly traded company.
As Snap Inc. prepares to price its initial public offering, Miriam Gottfried, Maureen Farrell and Pivotal Research's Brian Wieser join the show to break down what it could really be worth, and whether it's poised to awaken a dormant tech IPO market.
With U.S. debt poised to surpass $20 trillion, Gerstein Fisher's Gregg Fisher joins Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer to discuss what this level of public debt represents, its ramifications, and possible implications for investors.
MoneyBeat's book club round table welcomes Liaquat Ahamed, author of 'Lords of Finance: The Bankers who Broke the World,' for a discussion about what the powerful central bankers of a century ago can teach us about policies today.
Nicole Friedman and Erik Holm join Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer to break down the most important things to watch for ahead of Warren Buffett's highly anticipated annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders.
The Wall Street Journal's executive Washington editor Gerald Seib joins Paul Vigna, Stephen Grocer and Ben Eisen to discuss why a tax overhaul continues to face an uncertain path and the complications standing in way.
First, Chris Dieterich and Gunjan Banerjito talk the decline of the Catalyst Hedged Futures Strategy fund and how its $600 million loss impacts Wall Street. And can Kraft Heinz really afford a merge with Unilever? Stephen Wilmot and Erik Holm join the show to break it down.
Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer sit down with Danielle DiMartino Booth, author of "Fed Up: An Insider's Take on Why the Federal Reserve Is Bad for America," who breaks down the Fed in layman's terms, and makes the case for why it needs to be rebuilt to benefit people outside of Wall Street.
The Wall Street Journal's Josh Zumbrun joins Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer to preview the week's economic calendar, including housing and retail data, and whether Janet Yellen will hint at what's in store for the Fed in her first appearance before a new Congress.
Oliver Ireland, partner at Morrison & Foerster and former Associate General Counsel at the Federal Reserve, breaks down all things Dodd Frank, from the potential changes in store for regulation, and what amending legislation could mean for Wall Street.
First, Chelsey Dulaney and Sarah Krouse join Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer to discuss how alcohol produced abroad is crowding up liquor store shelves thanks to the strong U.S. dollar. Then, David Benoit joins the show to talk why the Patriots' Super Bowl win could mean bad news for the stock market.
The Wall Street Journal's executive Washington editor Gerald F. Seib joins Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer to discuss how Donald Trump's first weeks in office have impacted the markets, and how his first 100 days in office are poised to shake up Washington.
Greg Peters, Senior Portfolio Manager of the Prudential Total Return Bond Fund, previews what's in store for interest rates and how a new Donald Trump era will impact the Fed moving forward.
The Wall Street Journal's Josh Mitchell joins Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer to preview this week's economic calendar, looking at what's in store for the Fed, jobs and more earnings.
The Wall Street Journal's Maureen Farrell and Bullpen Capital's Duncan Davidson join Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer to talk what's in store for investors and companies looking to go public in 2017, and whether the IPO market is poised to heat up in the coming year.
First, Chris Dieterich and EverBank's Chris Gaffney break down what Wall Street can make of Trump's inauguration speech and how it will carry into a new presidential administration. Then, a look at the fate of railroad company CSX after a former rail rival's sudden switch.
As Dow 20,000 remains just out of reach, author and Manhattan College professor Charles Geisst joins Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer to discuss the Dow Jones Industrial Average and what the blue chip gauge can teach us today.
MoneyBeat's preview of the economic calendar packs a lot in a holiday shortened week, covering everything from consumer prices and the ECB meeting to Friday's inauguration.
Lex Sokolin, Global Director of Fintech Strategy at Autonomous Research, discusses technology's evolving role in financial services and offers predictions for what's in store for the FinTech world in 2017.
First, Greg Zuckerman joins Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer to discuss the latest on Jeremy Grantham's money management firm and why investors are fleeing active managers in general. Then, a look at how hedge fund CEO Robert Mercer is poised to be a major player in the rise of Donald Trump's Washington.
As the Dow continues to inch toward 20000, MoneyBeat previews the week ahead with an in-depth look at retail sales, bank earnings, and more.
Paul Vigna, Ben Eisen, and Sarah Krouse talk the slow-down toward Dow 20000 amid an exceedingly quiet holiday season. Then, the Wall Street Journal's Andrew Tangel joins the show to talk what a new high for the U.S. dollar means for the manufacturing sector.
Columbia Threadneedle's Jeff Knight, Natixis Global Asset Management's David Lafferty and Fidelity's Jurrien Timmer join Paul Vigna, Stephen Grocer, and Chris Dieterich to break down what's in store 2017 with a look at markets, new policies out of Washington, and where it all leaves the Fed.
First, James Mackintosh joins the show from London to talk whether rising bond yields will be an issue for the stock market in 2017. Then, with the Dow standing in the shadow of 20000, a look at what it will mean for the markets.
First, the MoneyBeat camp breaks down what the surging dollar means to the global economy and markets around the world. Then, a look at why planned festivities for Dow 20000 are modest compared to when it reached 10000 for the first time in 1999.
Politics and Wall Street are mixing as the number two at Goldman Sachs leaves to take a role in Washington. Join Paul Vigna, Liz Hoffman and Aaron Lucchetti for a look at how Trump might change Wall Street, and which banks could benefit most.
With the markets continuing to hit record highs since Donald Trump's presidential victory, the MoneyBeat camp takes bets on whether the Dow could hit 20,000 this week. Then, a look at what to watch for at the highly anticipated Fed meeting.
The Daily Shot's Lev Borodovsky joins Stephen Grocer, Erik Holm, and Chris Dieterich to talk whether the market has lost its grip on reality in the wake of Donald Trump's election. Then, Chuck Jaffe joins the show to talk how investors got a bit of a surprise this week thanks to a triple-leveraged oil ETN.
On the MoneyBeat podcast, Stephen Grocer, Sarah Krouse and Chris Dieterich discuss the "No" vote on Italy's referendum with Wall Street Journal reporter James Mackintosh. Then, a discussion on small stocks with WSJ Intelligent Investor columnist Jason Zweig.
The jobless rate hits the lowest level since the recession. What does it mean for the economy? What does it mean for 2017? David Lebovitz of J.P. Morgan Asset Management joins Paul Vigna, Stephen Grocer and Ben Eisen in the studio.
The market is betting on the good Trump. Might it get that bet wrong? Also, what does the big OPEC meeting mean for the market? What does it mean for you? Join Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer for a lively look at crude prices and the market.
Competition is usually the cure for higher prices, except when it comes to prescription drugs. Plus this holiday season virtual reality has arrived, but where are the consumers? Join Paul Vigna, Stephen Grocer, Jonathan Rockoff and Dan Gallagher.
Thanksgiving is over and Black Friday is here, making it a good time to take a step back and take stock of where we are with the market. The Wall Street Journal's Christopher Dieterich and Corrie Driebusch join Stephen Grocer in the studio.
What has changed for banks? What hasn't changed for banks? What might change for banks when the president-elect takes the oath of office? Paul Vigna, Stephen Grocer, Rachel Louise Ensign and Aaron Back share their thoughts.
Paul Vigna, Stephen Grocer and Chris Dieterich speak to the winners of the Darden at Virginia Investing Challenge, which brings together fifteen teams of students from top MBA programs to compete for a cash prize of $3,000.
In the wake of Trump's stunning victory, Jeffrey Kleintop, Chief Global Investment Strategist at Charles Schwab, joins the MoneyBeat camp to analyze what investors can expect from stocks, the Fed, and the global markets.
Kristina Hooper, investment strategist at Allianz Global Investors, joins Paul Vigna, Stephen Grocer, and Ben Eisen for a break down of what each of the presidential candidates' policies would mean for you and your wallet.
MoneyBeat previews the week ahead with a look at new data coming out China, new forecasts out of Europe, and the 2016 presidential election.
By some measures, October has been a record month for mergers and acquisitions. Anu Aiyengar, head of North American Mergers & Acquisitions at JPMorgan Chase, joins Stephen Grocer and David Benoit to discuss what's behind the current unprecedented growth in the M&A world.
The MoneyBeat crew previews the week ahead with predictions on what the Fed is going do with rates, what the last jobs report before the election could look like, and what to expect from another heavy earnings calendar.
David Benoit and Sarah Krouse join Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer to discuss the shift from active fund managers to passive, the possible ramifications, and how it's changing corporate governance.
With AT&T's Time Warner deal leading a string of big acquisitions taking place in the M&A world, Miriam Gottfried and Dana Mattioli join Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer to discuss how they could impact the landscape of Wall Street.
Paul Vigna, Stephen Grocer and the MoneyBeat camp talk about the revolution taking place on Wall Street and how it could impact the average investor. Then, a look at what Bank of America's earnings could tell us about what's to come from the rest of big banks this season.
From industrial production data at home to inflation numbers from overseas and GDP out of China, the Wall Street Journal's Anna Louie Sussman and Aaron Back join Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer to preview the coming week's economic calendar.
Jason Zweig and Chuck Jaffe join the show to discuss the investing lessons we can learn from one of the most famous economists of all time, John Maynard Keynes. Then, with the pound pushing up the U.S. dollar, Ben Eisen and Chelsey Dulaney talk what this means for the Fed.
In a special edition of MoneyBeat, a break down of the latest jobs report, an in depth look at the British pound's "flash crash," and confronting the Chicago Cubs' curse -- is this the year they win their first World Series since 1908?
Does BlackRock's latest move to cut fees on some of their ETFs signal the big changes in store for the fund managing industry? Sarah Krouse and Jason Zweig join Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer to discuss.