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Carol Massar anchors up-to-the-minute market coverage leading to the market close, along with the latest in technology from Silicon Valley.

Carol Massar anchors up-to-the-minute market coverage leading to the market close, along with the latest in technology from Silicon Valley.
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Atlanta, GA

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Economics

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Carol Massar anchors up-to-the-minute market coverage leading to the market close, along with the latest in technology from Silicon Valley.

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@carolmassar

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English


Episodes

EBay Turnaround Under Activist’s Fire, Travel and Dining Combined, Pros and Cons of Scooters

1/22/2019
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Jitendra Waral, Bloomberg Intelligence Internet Analyst, and Scott Kessler, Head of Equity Research at CFRA, discuss activist investors, including Paul Singer’s Elliott Management, pushing EBay to break apart and sell pieces of the business. Steve Hafner, CEO at Kayak, talks about partnering with OpenTable to allow U.S. diners to redeem their points at over 400,000 participating hotels. Nico Grant, Bloomberg News Enterprise Technology Reporter, provides atech earnings outlook. Janet Lorin,...

Duration:00:36:07

Tesla Cutting Jobs on ‘Difficult Road’, Jamaican Stock Exchange Booming, Experiential Retail

1/18/2019
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Craig Trudell, Bloomberg News Auto Reporter, and David Kudla, CEO at Mainstay Capital, talk aboutTesla cutting its workforce by 7 percent -- or more than 3,000 jobs – as CEO Elon Musk warns that the “road ahead is very difficult” in making electric cars more affordable for the mass market. Mike Regan, Senior Editor of Bloomberg Markets Live Blog, shares his story from Businessweek Magazine about the Jamaica Stock Exchange, the best-performer in the world. Jo Malone, Founder of Jo Loves,...

Duration:00:35:17

Looking for Global Value Plays, U.S. Debating Rolling Back Trade Tariffs, Creative Shutdown Solutions

1/17/2019
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David Marcus, CEO at Evermore Global Advisors, talks about why in a time of market volatility he sells what he likes, to buy what he loves. Weijian Shan, CEO at PAG, talks about his book "Out of the Gobi: My Story of China and America” and shares his thoughts on U.S. and China trade relations. Former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Labor Chris Lu discusses the State Department telling employees they’re going back to work with pay despite the partial government. Peter Coy, Bloomberg Businessweek...

Duration:00:35:21

Fiserv-First Data Deal, May Gets Vote of Confidence, Fed Beige Book, Good Week for Big Banks

1/16/2019
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Jenny Surane, Bloomberg News Finance Reporter, discusses Fiserv acquiring First Data Corp. for $22 billion in a payments processing deal that marks one of the biggest financial mergers in a decade. Bloomberg News Reporter Maria Tadeo talks about U.K. Prime Minister May surviving a No Confidence vote by her government. Brett Ewing, Chief Market Strategist at First Franklin Financial, breaks down the state of the U.S. economy following results of the Fed’s Beige Book seeing growth as modest or...

Duration:00:36:56

Bank Earnings Continue, Investing in High Yield Bonds, Netflix Raises Prices, May Faces No Confidence

1/15/2019
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Ken Leon, Global Director of Equity Research at CFRA, shares his thoughts on quarterly earnings from JPMorgan and Wells Fargo.John McClain, Portfolio Manager at Diamond Hill Capital Management, discusses investing in high yield bonds, he says the Fed is not in the business of suppressing markets. Geetha Ranganathan, Bloomberg Intelligence Media Analyst, talks about Netflix raising its U.S. prices for the first time since 2017. Bloomberg Editor-In-Chief John Micklethwait discusses U.K. Prime...

Duration:00:34:33

PG&E Plans for Bankruptcy, M&A That Makes Sense, Citigroup Leads Bank Earnings

1/14/2019
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Mark Chediak, Bloomberg News Energy Reporter, discusses PG&E planning to file for bankruptcy as California’s largest utility faces potential liabilities of $30 billion or more from deadly wildfires. Scott Rostan, President at Training The Street, shares his outlook for M&A activity, he says mergers and acquisitions will continue specifically for strategic reasons. Anton Schutz, President and CIO at Mendon Capital Advisors, breaks down the start of earnings season for banks.Zach Mider,...

Duration:00:34:45

GM Defies Doom With Earnings Surprise, Fortnite Teaching Globalization, A Very Public Offering

1/11/2019
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David Welch, Bloomberg News Detroit Bureau Chief, and Garrett Nelson, Senior Equity Research Analyst at CFRA, discuss General Motors defying downbeat earnings expectations, fueling a rebound for its battered shares. Bloomberg News Trade Reporter Shawn Donnan shares his story from Businessweek Magazine on how multiplayer video games are true economic exchanges. Stephan Paternot, Author of "A Very Public Offering”, talks about his role in creating the first internet revolution. And We Drive to...

Duration:00:31:08

Future of Digital Advice, Retailers Retreat, China’s ‘Weak’ Economy, CEO’s Facing Reckoning

1/10/2019
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Rob Foregger, Founder of Next Capital, explains how technology is impacting traditional investing. Matthew Boyle, Bloomberg News U.S. Retail Reporter, and Poonam Goyal, Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Retail Analyst, break down retailers struggling following holiday sales results. Don Straszheim, Senior Managing Director and Head of China Research at Evercore ISI, discusses U.S. China trade relations and the Chinese economy. Bloomberg Stocks Editor Dave Wilson's has his "Chart of the Day"on...

Duration:00:34:34

Fed Says Timing of Hikes Less Clear, Voice Communication Coming for Drivers, PayPal Profile

1/9/2019
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Bloomberg News Global Economics and Policy Editor Kathleen Hays and Bloomberg Stocks Editor Dave Wilson discuss the minutes of the Federal Reserve’s December meeting which revealed policy makers took a more cautious approach to further rate increases than their statement indicated. Sanjay Dhawan, CTO at Harman, talks about connected car innovations announced at CES. Drake Bennett, Bloomberg Projects & Investigations Reporter, shares his story in Businessweek Magazine on how PayPal CEO Dan...

Duration:00:35:58

IBM’s Rometty Talks AI, Lampert Gets Another Shot to Save Sears, Investing in SPAAM Stocks

1/8/2019
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Bloomberg TV's Emily Chang speaks to IBM CEO Ginni Rometty about artificial intelligence and the impact of trade tariffs, followed by a recap from Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Software Analyst Anurag Rana. Eliza Ronalds-Hannon, Bloomberg News Distressed Credit Reporter, and Lauren Coleman-Lochner, Bloomberg News Corporate Finance Reporter, explain how Eddie Lampert will get another shot at keeping Sears Holdings from liquidation. David Mastrangelo, Managing Director at KeyBanc Capital...

Duration:00:38:30

Not All Bad News for Hedge Funds, Housing Bear Sees Trouble for 2019, ‘Billions’ Lawsuit

1/7/2019
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Hema Parma, Bloomberg News Investing Reporter, explains how as the dust settles on a difficult year for hedge funds, some managers escaped the wreckage and even thrived. Prashant Gopal, Bloomberg News Real Estate Reporter, discusses James Stack, who predicted the 2008 real estate crash and nailed last year’s housing slowdown with uncanny timing, who says housing could be heading for its worst year since the last housing crash. Simone Foxman, Bloomberg News Wealth Reporter, breaks down a...

Duration:00:28:19

December Jobs Report Surprise, Markets Face `Trump Slump’, Millennials and Real Estate

1/4/2019
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Chris Lu, Former Deputy Secretary of Labor, and Josh Wright, Chief Economist at iCIMS, discuss U.S. employers adding 312,000 jobs in December, easily topping all forecasts. Peter Coy, Bloomberg Businessweek Economics Editor, shares his story from Businessweek Magazine on whether President Trump is to blame for the on the market selloff. Dottie Herman, CEO at Douglas Elliman, takes a look at millennials continuing to buy real estate, despite rising mortgage rates. And We Drive to the Close of...

Duration:00:29:57

Apple’s First Cut in Decades, Bristol-Myers Squibb to Buy Celgene, NRA’s Push Abroad

1/3/2019
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Gene Munster, Co-Founder at Loup Ventures discusses why he is still positive on Apple after the company cut its revenue outlook for the first time in almost two decades. Brian Skorney, Biotech Analyst at Baird, breaks down Bristol-Myers Squibb’s $74 billion acquisition of drug maker Celgene. Neil Weinberg, Bloomberg News Senior Projects & Investigations Reporter, shares his story in Businessweek Magazine about the NRA pushing their pro-gun agenda abroad. Vinny Catalano, CIO at Redmount...

Duration:00:37:42

`Robust’ Holiday for Retail, Being Choosy Within Tech, Katzenberg’s Quick Bites, SaaS Investing

12/21/2018
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Tom McGee, President & CEO of the ICSC, explains how he is seeing a renaissance in retail shopping this holiday season. Dan Morgan, Senior Portfolio Manager at Synovus Trust, discusses what areas of the tech sector will still be viable for investors in 2019. Lizette Chapman, Bloomberg News VC Reporter, shares news about DreamWorks co-founder Jeffrey Katzenberg’s plan to create a library of polished, Game of Thrones-quality short-form video shows for mobile phones called Quibi. David Spitz,...

Duration:00:31:49

Cash-Advance Firms Using Intimidation Tactics, ETF Investing, Going Public in 2019

12/20/2018
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Zach Mider, Bloomberg News Projects and Investigations Reporter, tells the story of how the unregulated cash-advance industry is reviving collection tactics of a bygone era. Ed Rosenberg, Head of Exchange Traded Funds at American Century Investments, explains why investing in ETFs is a good idea in a volatile market. Eric Gordon, Business Professor at the University of Michigan, talks about how market volatility will impact initial public offerings in 2019. And we wrap up the day’s trading...

Duration:00:26:20

The Fed Raises Rates, Trims Forecast for Hikes in 2019

12/19/2018
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The Federal Reserve raised borrowing costs for the fourth time this year, ignoring a stock-market selloff and defying pressure from President Donald Trump, while dialing back projections for interest rates and economic growth in 2019. We break down the news and market reaction with Bloomberg News Global Economics and Policy Editor Kathleen Hays, Bloomberg Stocks Editor Dave Wilson, Frances Donald, Senior Economist at Manulife Asset Management, Jeffrey Cleveland Chief Economist at Payden &...

Duration:00:50:38

Giving While Living, How ESG Investing Lost Its Way, Activists’ Busy 2018, Druckenmiller Speaks

12/18/2018
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Thomas Tierney, Chairman and Co-founder of The Bridgespan Group, discusses challenges in ultra-wealthy charitable giving. Rachel Evans, Bloomberg News Cross Asset Reporter, talks about her story for Businessweek Magazine on how environmental, social, and governance funds that promise to align your money with your values are often more marketing than science. Bloomberg News Deals Reporter Scott Deveau explains that number of companies targeted by shareholder activists hit an all-time high in...

Duration:00:32:22

Investing in Impact, Could Fed Return to Normal, Bitcoin Value `Joke’, Chart of the Day

12/17/2018
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Ken Mehlman, Head of Global Public Affairs at KKR, discusses using investing to help the world. Frank Sorrentino, CEO at ConnectOne Bank, breaks down his thoughts on Fed leaders wanting to return rates to neutral. Matt Winkler, Bloomberg News Editor-in-Chief Emeritus, explains how the cryptocurrency boom found value where there wasn’t any. Bloomberg Stocks Editor Dave Wilson has his "Chart of the Day", he says falling S&P 500 valuation has bear-market look. And we Drive to the Close of...

Duration:00:32:33

J&J Falls on Asbestos Report, Emotions in the Markets, Ohio Governor John Kasich

12/14/2018
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Bailey Lipschultz, Bloomberg News Equities Reporter, breaks down Johnson & Johnson’s stock drop in Friday’s trading after a Reuters report said the company knew for decades that asbestos was sometimes present in its baby powder. Tom Stringfellow, Chief Investment Officer at Frost Investment Advisors, explains why headlines determine the mood of investors. John Kasich, Republican Governor of Ohio, says he’s doesn’t know what President Trump is talking about with regard to GM closing a plant...

Duration:00:33:57

Ivascyn Sees Risks for 2019, Looking for ‘Right Names’ in Stocks, Titans ‘Confused’

12/13/2018
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Bloomberg Markets Co-Host Lisa Abramowicz, breaks down her interview with Dan Ivascyn, Chief Investment Officer of PIMCO, who sees ongoing volatility. George Young, Portfolio Manager at Villere Funds, discusses investing in small and mid-cap stocks. Steve Kroll, Managing Director at Monness Crespi Hardt & Co., shares investment ideas from the latest "Titans Dinner.” Max Chafkin, Bloomberg Businessweek Features Editor, talks about the Businessweek Magazine story on how the Bitcoin dream has...

Duration:00:29:49