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Author Roger Lowenstein joins MoneyBeat's book-club round table to talk "When Genius Failed," which chronicles the rise and fall of what was considered the best and largest global hedge fund, Long Term Capital Management.
The Federal Reserve raised interest rates and outlined its plans to shrink its $4.5 trillion balance sheet. BMO portfolio manager Scott Kimball joins Stephen Grocer and Paul Vigna to look at what the central bank did on Wednesday, and what it plans to do in the future.
The MoneyBeat crew talks with the Wall Street Journal's Alex Osipovich about IEX, the company at the center of Michael Lewis' book "Flash Boys." Then, WSJ's Miriam Gottfried and Akane Otani on what's next for tech stocks now that the bull run has stalled.
The Wall Street Journal's Kate Davidson previews the week's economic calendar, looking at the Fed meeting, retail sales, and the Trump administration's budget proposal.
From Bitcoin to the tech sector, MoneyBeat takes a look at the emerging market rally and the driving factors behind it.
Ahead of its highly anticipated policy meeting, the Wall Street Journal's Jon Sindreu and WSJ Pro reporter Todd Buell talk all things ECB with an in-depth discussion about how Thursday's meeting could impact the economy.
Software engineer Mike Roberts joins MoneyBeat to talk about the game he created using thousands of lines of computer code that lets random people pick the stocks in his $50,000 portfolio.
The Wall Street Journal's Josh Zumbrun joins Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer to preview the week's economic calendar with a look at productivity data, the ECB's meeting, and how James Comey testifying before a U.S. Senate panel could impact markets.
First, MoneyBeat's look at quants continues with Rob Copeland discussing Magnetar Capital's billion-dollar quantitative effort to buck the hedge-fund massacre waylaying its peers. Then, Sarah Krouse talks about BlackRock's new advertising system that uses sentiment analysis from Twitter to help determine when to advertise specific funds.
Author Robert Bruner joins MoneyBeat's book club roundtable to discuss "Deals from Hell: M&A Lessons that Rise Above the Ashes," a look at the worst deals ever and the lessons learned from them.
The Wall Street Journal's Ben Leubsdorf previews the week's economic calendar with a look at existing home sales, Fed minutes, and consumer sentiment.
The Wall Street Journal's Jason Zweig and Chris Dieterich discuss funds called ForceShares and how the latest way of trying to make money off volatility is wildly risky.
The Wall Street Journal's Rachel Louise Ensign and AnnaMaria Andriotis discuss why bank branches in certain business districts are given low-income designation by a quirk in federal law.
The Wall Street Journal's Sarah Chaney joins Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer to preview the week's economic calendar with a look at the housing market, manufacturing data and another week of earnings.
Now that Apple has a market capitalization of $800 billion, Dan Gallagher and Chris Dieterich break down what's behind its latest milestone and its overall impact on the tech sector.
As the ETF market evolves and makes buying an exchange-traded fund more and more complicated, Jillian DelSignore, Head of ETF Distribution at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, talks how to make the most out of your portfolio.
Now that the GOP healthcare bill has passed the House, Heard on the Street's Charley Grant and Mark Doms, senior economist at Nomura, talk what investors should be looking out for next. Then, Erik Holm breaks down the top takeaways from the 2017 Berkshire Hathaway Annual Shareholders Meeting.
Erik Holm and Nicole Friedman join Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer to preview what's expected at this year's highly anticipated annual Berkshire Hathaway Meeting, and the key questions shareholders expect Warren Buffett to address in Omaha on Saturday.
Author Sheelah Kolhatkar joins Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer to discuss her book, "Black Edge," which dives into the story of billionaire trader Steven A. Cohen and the biggest insider trading investigation in history.
The Wall Street Journal's Eric Morath joins Stephen Grocer and Ben Eisen to preview the week's economic calendar with a look at what's expected from inflation data, earnings, and the jobs report.
The MoneyBeat camp breaks down how Trump's first 100 days in office have impacted the stock and bond markets with a look at how sentiment has fluctuated and whether the milestone ultimately matters for the market.
The Wall Street Journal's Josh Mitchell joins Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer to preview what's on tap for this week's economic calendar with a look at more earnings reports, new housing data and a highly anticipated first quarter GDP report.
The Wall Street Journal's Jon Sindreu and Mike Bird join Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer from London to talk what the French presidential election means for Europe and the markets. Then, as earnings season winds down for banks, a MoneyBeat round table breaks down its winners and losers.
Is the bond market is no longer certain that a Trump economy can spark an economic boom? BMO's Scott Kimball joins Paul Vigna and Erik Holm to talk where things stand in the bond market, and we're they're going.
Michael Mauboussin, head of global financial strategies at Credit Suisse, discusses why there are so fewer publicly traded companies than in years past, and the subsequent ramifications for the investor and the economy as a whole.
Andrew W. Lo talks about his upcoming book, "Adaptive Markets: Financial Evolution at the Speed of Thought," and how to adapt to evolving markets to protect yourself from the next crash.
The Wall Street Journal's Jeffrey Sparshott and Sarah Krouse join Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer to preview this week's economic calendar with a look at what's in store for earnings, new housing data, and the IMF's spring meetings.
Hogan Lovells' William Curtin joins MoneyBeat to discuss how volatility in Washington has impacted mergers and acquisitions, and where it could lead the M & A market down the road.
The Wall Street Journal's David Enrich joins Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer to discuss his book "The Spider Network," which breaks down everything about the Libor rigging scandal, considered one of the greatest scams in financial history.
On MoneyBeat, the Wall Street Journal's Stephen Grocer, Maureen Farrell and Telis Demos talk with Vivek Wadhwa, author of a new book called "The Driver in the Driverless Car." It deals with how technology is changing our world, and not always for the better.
BlackRock's Stephen Cohen joins MoneyBeat in studio to talk Trump Trade, reflation and all things global bond markets.
The Wall Street Journal's Ben Leubsdorf joins Paul Vigna, Stephen Grocer and Sarah Krouse to preview this week's economic calendar, including possible hints on Fed policy, manufacturing data, and the jobs report.
The Wall Street Journal's Sarah Krouse and Chris Dieterich join Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer to talk how BlackRock is betting on robots as part of an overhaul of its stock-picking and how it could impacts the human element of investing going forward.
Eaton Vance's Henry Peabody and 3EDGE Asset Management's Steve Cucchiaro join Paul Vigna, Stephen Grocer and Chris Dieterich with the official breakdown of how the markets fared in the first quarter and where they stand moving forward.
Millennium Global's Mark Astley and the Wall Street Journal's Ira Iosebashvili join Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer to talk about the state of the U.S. dollar, and how the markets and the disarray in Washington are poised to impact its growth.
The Wall Street Journal's Eric Morath joins Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer to preview the coming week's economic news with a look at reports on inflation, consumer spending, and speeches from a dozen Fed speakers -- including Janet Yellen.
The MoneyBeat camp breaks down Wall Street's reaction to the healthcare bill to replace Obamacare being pulled, and how concerned the market should be moving forward.
Mark Travis, President and CEO Intrepid Capital Management, joins Stephen Grocer and Ben Eisen to discuss his investing strategies, the Trump presidency's impact on stocks, and what the market's future may hold.
First, MoneyBeat examines whether Tuesday's sell-off means we can expect more stock market volatility in the near future. Then, an in-depth look at the many woes facing the high-frequency trading industry.
The Wall Street Journal's Ben Leubsdorf joins Paul Vigna and Stephen Grocer to preview this week's economic calendar, looking at new housing data, business spending, and whether any scheduled speakers will hint at the Fed's next move.
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.