Items filtered by date: April 2020

Peter Brandt, Founder of Factor LLC, speaks to Real Vision CEO, Raoul Pal, about the dramatic price action he’s witnessing in equities, commodities, currencies, gold, and bitcoin. A veteran technical analyst, Brandt tells Pal about the charts on his radar and how they are informing his investing perspective. Raoul discusses how he interprets these chart patterns through the lens of dominant market narratives and shares how they are informing his macro framework. Filmed on April 15, 2020.

Roger Hirst and Garett Lim, Refinitiv’s Solutions Director in ASEAN, talk about Singapore’s policy response compared to other regions and countries. After some initial success, the infection rate in the country has picked up dramatically, which has led to a swift response from the government.

Dr. Thomas Hoenig, distinguished senior fellow at George Mason University’s Mercatus Center, joins Pedro da Costa, columnist at MarketWatch and Forbes, to discuss Dr. Hoenig’s experience as former chief executive of the Kansas City Fed and former vice chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). Drawing upon his experience as a voting member of the Federal Open Market Committee, the Fed’s principal organ for making large asset purchases, Dr. Hoenig discusses the current extreme measures that the Fed is taking in order to support asset prices during this unparalleled exogenous shock that the quarantine has inflicted on markets. They explore how large the Fed’s balance sheet could get and what a sustained zero-interest policy will mean for investors, workers, and employers.

The Intersection is a series of humanizing questions that we ask all of our guests here at Real Vision. Is there one person you would want to interview more than anyone? What is the book or books that have changed how you view the world? As an individual and as a leader in your field, how do you stay engaged and relevant in a world that is moving so quickly? Some of our guests can tie their success to one key breakthrough. Can you identify such a tipping point in your career? Can you identify the failure that had the most significant impact on your life? Who is a person you admire and why? What view do you hold that is most controversial in your professional life?

Dr. Thomas Hoenig, distinguished senior fellow at George Mason University’s Mercatus Center, joins Pedro da Costa, columnist at MarketWatch and Forbes, to discuss Dr. Hoenig’s experience as former chief executive of the Kansas City Fed and former vice chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). After reflecting on this unique crisis, Dr. Thomas Hoenig analyzes whether the Federal is sending “mixed messages,” and shares his perspective on the financial health of the American economy.

Firmenich is the world's largest privately-owned perfume and taste company. More than half of the world's population interact with one of Firmenich's products every single day; but it's still a family-owned company, with sustainability at its core. Gilbert Ghostine is Firmenich's CEO; he explains that sustainability has been one of the company's fundamentals since its foundation, and discusses the three strands to Firmenich's 'inclusive capitalism' business model: people, planet, and society.

Dr. Thomas Hoenig, distinguished senior fellow at George Mason University's Mercatus Center, joins Pedro da Costa, columnist at MarketWatch and Forbes, to discuss Dr. Hoenig's experience as former chief executive of the Kansas City Fed and former vice chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). Drawing upon his experience as a voting member of the Federal Open Market Committee, the Fed's principal organ for making large asset purchases, Dr. Hoenig discusses the current extreme measures that the Fed is taking in order to support asset prices during this unparalleled exogenous shock that the quarantine has inflicted on markets. They explore how large the Fed’s balance sheet could get and what a sustained zero-interest policy will mean for investors, workers, and employers. Filmed on April 8, 2020.

Roger Hirst and Matthew Toole, Director of Deals Intelligence at Refinitiv, talk about whether any companies are taking advantage of the dislocations that have appeared in order to expand their influence.

This week Real Vision use Refinitiv's best-in-class data to look at the speed with which economies can emerge from lockdown and the ability for consumers to recover. Many investors are now realizing that recovery will be a slow process, but price distortions in the US market may be giving a false sense of hope.

The Intersection is a series of humanizing questions that we ask all of our guests here at Real Vision. Is there one person you would want to interview more than anyone? What is the book or books that have changed how you view the world? As an individual and as a leader in your field, how do you stay engaged and relevant in a world that is moving so quickly? Some of our guests can tie their success to one key breakthrough. Can you identify such a tipping point in your career? Can you identify the failure that had the most significant impact on your life? Who is a person you admire and why? What view do you hold that is most controversial in your professional life?

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