Wall Street Week – Full Show (11/18/2022)

Wall street week - full show (11/18/2022)

Bloomberg Markets and Finance published this video item, entitled “Wall Street Week – Full Show (11/18/2022)” – below is their description.

On this edition of Wall Street Week, Bob Michele, JP Morgan Asset Management CIO & Global Head of Fixed Income & Afsaneh Beschloss, RockCreek Founder and CEO wrap up the week in economic news and the markets. Richard Clarida, Former Federal Reserve Vice Chair & PIMCO Managing Director and Global Economic Advisor discusses the effects of quantitative tightening, and former US Treasury Secretary Lawrence H. Summers warns against the US evangelizing to China and more.

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