Deere Earnings ‘Could Have Been Worse’, Moynihan Does Not Fear Recession, GE’s Seesaw Stock
Ann Duignan, U.S. Machinery Analyst at JPMorgan, breaks down quarterly earnings from Deere, after the equipment company pledged to lower its costs and offered an outlook cut that was less than some investors feared . Bank of America Chief Executive Officer Brian Moynihan discusses the U.S. economy and possible recession risk. Bloomberg News Reporter Brendan Case explains how General Electric shares bounced back on Friday after a brutal rout Thursday as Wall Street analysts defended the industrial conglomerate against allegations from a prominent financial examiner. Jerry Raio, Head of Capital Markets at ClickIPO, shares his outlook for companies going public for the remainder of 2019. And We Drive to the Close with Janet Johnston, Portfolio Manager at TrimTabs Asset Management. Hosts: Jason Kelly and Taylor Riggs. Producer: Paul Brennan
Businessweek Extra - Don Gogel
Hosted by Jason Kelly.Featuring an in-depth conversation with Don Gogel, CEO of private equity firm Clayton Dubilier & Rice.
Madoff Accuser Slams GE Accounting, Growing Hunger for Food Delivery, Mixed Messages on Trade
Bloomberg News Finance Reporter Katherine Chiglinsky explains why General Electric shares took a hit on Thursday after a prominent expert working with a short seller accused the company of an “accounting fraud” masking tens of billions of dollars in liabilities. Andy Hargreaves, Equity Research Analyst at KeyBanc Capital Markets, discusses growth in the food delivery industry and companies like Uber Eats and Grubhub. Sarah McGregor, Bloomberg News U.S. Economic Policy Team Leader, and Stefan Selig, Managing Partner at BridgePark Advisors, talk about the war of words between Washington and Beijing on trade negotiations. Bloomberg News Editor Tom Maloney and Bloomberg News Private Equity Reporter Heather Perlberg discuss the transformation of a Baltimore wasteland into an Amazon hub. And We Drive to the Close with Tony Scherrer Portfolio Manager at Smead Capital. Hosts: Jason Kelly and Taylor Riggs. Producer: Paul Brennan
Macy’s Unexpected Earnings Miss, WeWork Files for IPO, Facebook Getting Stronger Under Federal Scrutiny
Bloomberg News Retail Reporter Jordyn Holman and Ivan Feinseth, Chief Investment Officer at Tigress Financial Partners, discuss Macy’s worse-than-expected second quarter earnings and slashing its profit outlook for the year. Ellen Huet, Bloomberg News Startups Reporter, talks about WeWork filing to go public with hopes to sell billions of dollars in stock while simultaneously borrowing billions more. Lamar Villere, Portfolio Manager of Villere Balanced Fund, explains managing risk to buy stocks. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Bloomberg News Technology Reporter Sarah Frier talk about how an FTC regulation is helping Facebook keep a competitive edge regarding their data. And We Drive to the Close with Ryan Detrick, Senior Market Strategist at LPL Financial. Hosts: Jason Kelly and Taylor Riggs. Producer: Paul Brennan
Red Lobster Is At Point Of Opening New Restaurants Again
Kim Lopdrup, CEO at Red Lobster, discusses growth in the casual-dining landscape and how consumers are increasing their seafood intake. Kevin Ness, CEO at Inscripta, on the business of gene editing. Vinny Catalano, Chief Investment Officer at Redmount Capital Partners, on having faith in institutions. Andy Browne, Editorial Director for Bloomberg New Economy, on the Hong Kong protests and what it means for Xi Jinping and trade tensions.