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Bloomberg Markets and Finance published this video item, entitled “Wall Street Week – Full Show (12/18/2020)” – below is their description.
Dec.18 — One of the most iconic brands in financial television returns for today’s issues and today’s world. This week’s Wall Street Week features David Westin’s interviews with Former Treasury Secretary Lawrence H. Summers, BlackRock Global Fixed Income CIO Rick Rieder, RockCreek Senior Advisor and distinguished professor at UC Berkely’s Haas School of Business Laura Tyson, Virginia Congressman Don Beyer, Dr. Sheila Davis of Partners in Health, Dr. Ofer Levy of Boston Children’s Hospital and former IBM Chairman and CEO Sam Palmisano. The conversations highlight the challenges of vaccine distribution and cybersecurity and delve into the state of the global economy and market opportunities in the year ahead.Bloomberg Markets and Finance YouTube Channel
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