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Stories catching our attention. Bringing those stories to yours. Throughout the week, conversations between Benzinga correspondents and other leading thinkers in finance, economics, and politics get to the heart of real issues we face right now, uncovering the details of news reports and cover stories that are otherwise often overlooked.

Latest Episodes

Typhon Capital's Koutoulas on the latest from the center of the MF Global case

Typhon Capital Management CEO and attorney James Koutoulas is leading the Commodity Customer Coalition to recover customer funds from the MF Global unwinding.

26 MIN2012 FEB 25
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Typhon Capital's Koutoulas on the latest from the center of the MF Global case

Bloomberg's Yueh on "The Economy of China"

Bloomberg TV economics editor Dr. Linda Yueh discusses common misconceptions about and the major risks with regard to the elusive Chinese economy.

21 MIN2012 FEB 11
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Bloomberg's Yueh on "The Economy of China"

PRIME chairman Golden on international financial law, Greek debt talks, regulatory headwinds for derivatives

Professor at the London School of economics, director at MFX Solutions, derivatives lawyer, and chairman of PRIME Finance Jeffrey Golden discusses the new expert panel for resolving complex international financial disputes and weighs in on the discussions surrounding the Greek debt swap talks with creditors.

19 MIN2012 FEB 1
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PRIME chairman Golden on international financial law, Greek debt talks, regulatory headwinds for derivatives

Citi's Wieting on US GDP, economic data, FOMC announcement

Citi managing director Steven Wieting discusses Friday's GDP announcement and the Fed's decision to keep rates on hold until late 2014.

21 MIN2012 JAN 28
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Citi's Wieting on US GDP, economic data, FOMC announcement

Morning Macro Research Wrap 2012-01-26

Soc Gen discusses the euro short, Morgan Stanley bemoans lack of exchange volume as secular, Citi shows three trading scenarios surrounding Greek debt negotiations, and BAML shows the relationship between correlations in sovereign and corporate credit spreads conditional on different rate environments.

12 MIN2012 JAN 26
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Morning Macro Research Wrap 2012-01-26

Trillium's Kron on water risk to corporate supply chains

Trillium Asset Management VP Jonas Kron describes the risks Trillium is identifying in companies heavily reliant on agricultural imputs, specifically hydrologic risks with sweeping long-term impacts.

16 MIN2012 JAN 18
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Trillium's Kron on water risk to corporate supply chains

NYU Stern's Altman on eurozone private sector health

NYU Stern finance professor Dr. Edward Altman developed the widely-used Altman Z-score, which was initially designed to estimate the probability of a firm defaulting. Recently, he has reworked his metrics to apply them toward analyzing sovereign risk.

34 MIN2011 NOV 24
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NYU Stern's Altman on eurozone private sector health

Typhon Capital's Koutoulas on the battle to recover missing client funds at MF Global

Typhon Capital Management CEO and attorney James Koutoulas is leading the Commodity Customer Coalition to prevent JP Morgan from getting a lien on MF Global's bankruptcy assets that could take precedent over the return of client funds, which are suspected to have been commingled with MF Global's own money.

17 MIN2011 NOV 19
Comments
Typhon Capital's Koutoulas on the battle to recover missing client funds at MF Global

BoomBustBlog's Middleton on the Eurocalypse

BoomBustBlog author and entrepreneurial investor Reggie Middleton on the eurozone: "In order for any economic progress to be made, the debt needs to be destroyed."

20 MIN2011 NOV 18
Comments
BoomBustBlog's Middleton on the Eurocalypse

Trinity College Dublin's Gurdgiev on European bank deleveraging

Trinity College Dublin Professor of Finance and St. Columbanus AG Head of Research Dr. Constantin Gurdgiev discusses what deleveraging will look like from the perspective of the markets for securitized loan products as well as the developed-market and emerging-market economies interlinked with the eurozone banking system.

21 MIN2011 NOV 18
Comments
Trinity College Dublin's Gurdgiev on European bank deleveraging

Latest Episodes

Typhon Capital's Koutoulas on the latest from the center of the MF Global case

Typhon Capital Management CEO and attorney James Koutoulas is leading the Commodity Customer Coalition to recover customer funds from the MF Global unwinding.

26 MIN2012 FEB 25
Comments
Typhon Capital's Koutoulas on the latest from the center of the MF Global case

Bloomberg's Yueh on "The Economy of China"

Bloomberg TV economics editor Dr. Linda Yueh discusses common misconceptions about and the major risks with regard to the elusive Chinese economy.

21 MIN2012 FEB 11
Comments
Bloomberg's Yueh on "The Economy of China"

PRIME chairman Golden on international financial law, Greek debt talks, regulatory headwinds for derivatives

Professor at the London School of economics, director at MFX Solutions, derivatives lawyer, and chairman of PRIME Finance Jeffrey Golden discusses the new expert panel for resolving complex international financial disputes and weighs in on the discussions surrounding the Greek debt swap talks with creditors.

19 MIN2012 FEB 1
Comments
PRIME chairman Golden on international financial law, Greek debt talks, regulatory headwinds for derivatives

Citi's Wieting on US GDP, economic data, FOMC announcement

Citi managing director Steven Wieting discusses Friday's GDP announcement and the Fed's decision to keep rates on hold until late 2014.

21 MIN2012 JAN 28
Comments
Citi's Wieting on US GDP, economic data, FOMC announcement

Morning Macro Research Wrap 2012-01-26

Soc Gen discusses the euro short, Morgan Stanley bemoans lack of exchange volume as secular, Citi shows three trading scenarios surrounding Greek debt negotiations, and BAML shows the relationship between correlations in sovereign and corporate credit spreads conditional on different rate environments.

12 MIN2012 JAN 26
Comments
Morning Macro Research Wrap 2012-01-26

Trillium's Kron on water risk to corporate supply chains

Trillium Asset Management VP Jonas Kron describes the risks Trillium is identifying in companies heavily reliant on agricultural imputs, specifically hydrologic risks with sweeping long-term impacts.

16 MIN2012 JAN 18
Comments
Trillium's Kron on water risk to corporate supply chains

NYU Stern's Altman on eurozone private sector health

NYU Stern finance professor Dr. Edward Altman developed the widely-used Altman Z-score, which was initially designed to estimate the probability of a firm defaulting. Recently, he has reworked his metrics to apply them toward analyzing sovereign risk.

34 MIN2011 NOV 24
Comments
NYU Stern's Altman on eurozone private sector health

Typhon Capital's Koutoulas on the battle to recover missing client funds at MF Global

Typhon Capital Management CEO and attorney James Koutoulas is leading the Commodity Customer Coalition to prevent JP Morgan from getting a lien on MF Global's bankruptcy assets that could take precedent over the return of client funds, which are suspected to have been commingled with MF Global's own money.

17 MIN2011 NOV 19
Comments
Typhon Capital's Koutoulas on the battle to recover missing client funds at MF Global

BoomBustBlog's Middleton on the Eurocalypse

BoomBustBlog author and entrepreneurial investor Reggie Middleton on the eurozone: "In order for any economic progress to be made, the debt needs to be destroyed."

20 MIN2011 NOV 18
Comments
BoomBustBlog's Middleton on the Eurocalypse

Trinity College Dublin's Gurdgiev on European bank deleveraging

Trinity College Dublin Professor of Finance and St. Columbanus AG Head of Research Dr. Constantin Gurdgiev discusses what deleveraging will look like from the perspective of the markets for securitized loan products as well as the developed-market and emerging-market economies interlinked with the eurozone banking system.

21 MIN2011 NOV 18
Comments
Trinity College Dublin's Gurdgiev on European bank deleveraging