‘Bloomberg The Open’ Full Show (05/17/2022)

Bloomberg Markets and Finance published this video item, entitled “‘Bloomberg The Open’ Full Show (05/17/2022)” – below is their description.

Jonathan Ferro highlights the market-moving news you need to know heading into the opening bell on Wall Street. US stocks rising in a broad-based advance as solid economic data helped buoy risk appetite for markets roiled by concerns over surging prices and policy tightening. Deutsche’s Deepak Puri, BlackRock’s Gargi Chaudhuri & JPMorgan’s Thomas Kennedy discuss the future of Fed policy and the outlook for markets and the global economy.

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