Tom Keene, Jon Ferro, Lisa Abramowicz, and Paul Sweeney have the economy and the markets "under surveillance" as they cover the latest in finance, economics and investment, and talk with the leading voices shaping the conversation around world markets.
- Surveillance: Housing Market with FeroliMichael Feroli, JPMorgan Chief US Economist, says housing is coming back into balance. Geoffrey Yu, BNY Mellon Senior Strategist, says the euro will find a new, higher range but remain under-valued. Amrita Sen, Energy Aspects Chief Oil Analyst, says profit windfall taxes do not work. Jonathan Miller, Miller Samuel President & CEO, says rising mortgage are one of the best things that is happening to housing.
- Surveillance: Davos, Day 3Dan Yergin, S&P Global Vice Chairman, says we're back to a more fragmented and less globalized world. Ian Bremmer, Eurasia Group President, says China is the most important rising power. Scott Minerd, Guggenheim CIO, says no one has cracked the paradigm of crypto. Nela Richardson, ADP Chief Economist, says US fundamentals are strong. Karen Karniol-Tambour, Bridgewater Associates Co-CIO of Sustainable Investing, says there is no energy transition without commodities. Mikael Damberg, Swedish Finance Minister, discusses Sweden's historic decision to join NATO. Macky Tall, Carlyle Global Infrastructure Chairman, says the world is in dire need of more infrastructure investment. Kishore Mahbubani, National University of Singapore Senior Adviser & Public Policy Professor and Former UN Security Council President, says the world has to adjust to a new China.
- Surveillance: Davos, Day 2Tom Keene and Lisa Abramowicz are live from the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Gita Gopinath, IMF First Deputy Managing Director, says the Fed must cool inflation as soon as possible. Leo Varadkar, Irish Trade Minister, says Ireland overall hasn't benefited from Brexit. Bob Prince, Bridgewater Co-CIO, says the US is headed towards stagflation. Lynn Martin, NYSE President, says the IPO pipeline is incredibly strong. Alexander Stubb, Former Finland Prime Minister, says Finland is very close to joining NATO. Tony Capuano, Marriott CEO, says pricing power across all segments has been extraordinary. Mike Wilson, Morgan Stanley Chief US Equity Strategist, says we are clearly in a bear market. Spain Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, says Spain could provide an answer to the shortfall in gas supplies from Russia. David Livingstone, Citi EMEA CEO, says the EU is over-reliant on bank balance sheets.
- Surveillance: Davos, Day 1Tom Keene and Lisa Abramowicz are live from the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Jason Furman, Former Council of Economic Advisers Chairman, says a Fed funds rate of 4% or higher is completely plausible. Rebecca Patterson, Bridgewater Chief Investment Strategist, warns of a "vulnerable" dollar. John Kerry, US Special Climate Envoy and Former US Secretary of State, discusses the economic opportunity of climate change. Joseph Stiglitz, Columbia University Professor & Nobel Prize-Winning Economist, says raising rates won't fix the inflation problem. David Rubenstein, Carlyle Group Co-Chairman and Co-Founder, sees some buying opportunities in the markets right now. Martin Escobari, General Atlantic Co-President, sees carnage in growth stocks. Senator Pat Toomey, (R) Pennsylvania & Senate Banking Committee Ranking Member, says the Biden administration is an extension of the Trump administration when is comes to trade. Christiano Amon, Qualcomm CEO, discusses the need for a reliable supply chain.
- Surveillance: Inflation Trades with GolubJonathan Golub, Credit Suisse Chief Equity Strategist, says tech stocks will continue to struggle as long as we're in a high-inflation environment. Kwasi Kwarteng, UK Business & Energy Secretary, warns energy companies they may face a windfall tax if they don’t “step up” on new investments. Savita Subramanian, Bank of America Securities US Equity & Quantitative Strategy Head, says a lot of the bad news is priced in to the markets, but the worst is not yet behind us. John Ryding, Brean Capital Chief Economic Advisor, says the Fed doesn't know what it's going to take to get inflation back down to the 2% level.