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An International Game of Telephone
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The Cyber Advisor explains how liquidity in the financial system is declining as Central Banks begin to withdraw their stimulus. Then, learn what its like for the regional bankers, in an environment of increasing governmental regulation and taxes. Plus, how are Fannie and Freddie fairing these days.
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International Finance
The international world of finance is like a game of telephone, with one continent passing information to another. From Asia to Europe to America, the markets pass along information. In this segment Marc Ostwald, from Monument Securities in London explains how liquidity in the financial system is declining as Central Banks begin to withdraw their stimulus.
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The State of Fannie & Freddie
A look at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac from two investment pros: Henry Paulsen, former US Treasury Secretary and Warren Buffett. This “power lunch” took place in Omaha NE, as Buffet interview Paulsen about his new book. The two tell how central both Fannie and Freddie were to last years international financial crisis.
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The American perspective.
Dick Evans CEO of Cullen Frost Bank, explains what its like for the regional bankers, in an environment of increasing governmental regulation and taxes. He tells why he won’t touch the Obama Administration stimulus package with a “10 foot pole.”
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