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Best Blackrock podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Blackrock podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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The Bid breaks down what’s happening in the markets and explores the forces that are changing investing. Hear thought leaders from and outside of BlackRock discuss the trends shaping society and why they matter. Privacy policy: https://www.blackrock.com/corporate/compliance/privacy-policy This material is for informational purposes and is prepared by BlackRock, is not intended to be relied upon as a forecast, research or investment advice, and is not a recommendation, offer or solicitation t ...
 
Breakingviews columnists talk about the big numbers, crunchy deals and nasty spats in global business and economics, offering a weekly dose of financial insight that goes beyond the concise and provocative views readers get from our columns every day.
 
The Exchange is a regular conversation with some of the most influential movers and shakers in business and markets hosted by Rob Cox, global editor of Breakingviews, the commentary publication of Thomson Reuters. From Reuters’ global headquarters in New York’s Times Square, Rob debates and discusses trends in finance and economics with those who shape them, from central bankers and corporate executives to authors and film directors.
 
The Curious Quant series, hosted by Michael Kollo, is a discussion between technically-minded professionals in the financial services, technology and data science fields. It examines the application of new data and new methodologies to common problems in financial markets. Michael Kollo has a PhD in Finance is from the London School of Economics where he lectured in quantitative finance in addition to Imperial College and at the University of New South Wales. He has created models and led qu ...
 
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Tisha Schuller shares her latest “Both of These Things are True” newsletter—Much Ado about BlackRock—that dives into how the world’s largest asset manager is evolving their accountability frameworks including their new prioritization of diversity and inclusion, and doubling down on their climate-related pledges. Having one eye to the future require…
 
US and European banks in Hong Kong are conducting emergency audits of their clients to identify officials and corporates that could face possible US sanctions over the new national security law, the FT reports that Wirecard executive Jan Marsalek touted secret documents about the use of a Russian chemical weapon in the UK as he bragged of ties to i…
 
Chinese companies’ access to American capital is imperiled for all sorts of reasons, says Hong Kong columnist Robyn Mak. The stingy LBO of New York-listed Sina by its CEO won’t help. Also, British fast-fashion retailer Boohoo’s not-quite dark satanic mills are in the spotlight. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In an interview with the FT, European Central Bank president Christine Lagarde said that “women are the first victims” of events such as a pandemic and discussed the steps towards recovery. Plus, UK business leaders say that millions of jobs in some of the hardest hit sectors are still at risk despite chancellor Rishi Sunak’s £30bn jobs plan, and t…
 
Tisha Schuller sits down with Marty Durbin, President of the Global Energy Institute at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and Elizabeth Gore, Senior Vice President of Political Affairs at the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), to discuss how energy companies can minimize risk heading into the 2020 presidential election. In today’s episode, we explore an…
 
We entered this year with the view that there wouldn’t be an economic downturn in 2020. No one could have predicted the global pandemic that would come just a couple of months later. Since then, market volatility has been at all-time highs, unemployment has surged and there’s no question that we’re in a downturn. But one prediction we made has held…
 
The US has begun the process of leaving the World Health Organization, the FT reports that international investors bought bonds backed by the crime proceeds of Italy’s most powerful mafia group, and US investment in offshore wind power is predicted to rise to a level that nearly matches spending on offshore oil drilling this decade. Plus, the FT’s …
 
Facebook, Google and Twitter have all said they would temporarily block Hong Kong’s authorities from accessing user data despite threats from the government, the US claims its small business bailout programme has kept 51.1 million people in work during the pandemic, and foreign students at US universities and schools will no longer be eligible to s…
 
Covid-19 has been a global shock. But will it be a transformative one? In this special edition of the FT News Briefing, the FT’s chief economics commentator, Martin Wolf, explains why the global free market era might soon be coming to an end for western democracies, and why he thinks politics, society and the economy should now revolve around the i…
 
The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority is set to ask Brussels for full control over the review of the proposed £31bn merger between Virgin Media and O2, US consumers are expected to spend $710bn online in 2020, and American Airlines says it could have over 20,000 front-line employees more than it needs this autumn to operate its reduced flying …
 
Tisha Schuller sits down with Paula Glover, CEO of the American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE), to discuss how our current racial equity and justice reckoning can be a transformative moment in the energy industry — as long as we take meaningful steps today. In today’s episode, we explore answers to the questions: What makes this moment diff…
 
US public health experts are warning of a heightened risk of coronavirus transmission during US Independence Day celebrations, EU regulators are asking more questions about Google’s proposed $2.1bn takeover of fitness tracker Fitbit, and the FT’s James Kynge explains how China’s national security law affects both Hong Kongers and foreigners living …
 
Tisha Schuller shares the June 1 “Both of These Things Are True” newsletter – One Eye to the Future: Transcendent Oil and Gas. Having one eye to the future requires using this time to transcend opposition to oil and gas and lead into the energy future. We at Adamantine Energy believe that the oil and gas industry’s current downturn will not public …
 
Coronavirus has brought an end to one of the longest waves in mergers and acquisitions history, more than 100 UK company chiefs, entrepreneurs and business groups have written to Boris Johnson warning about the economic damage of a no-deal Brexit, and the FT has revealed that German payments company Wirecard relied on a small number of customers fo…
 
Tisha Schuller sits down with Jackie Forrest and Kevin Krausert, two Calgary-based energy thought leaders, to discuss how the oil and gas industry can seize the day and lead toward a decarbonized energy future. We ask the question: Would you rather be the disruptor or the disrupted? In today’s episode, we explore answers to the following questions:…
 
Wall Street investment banks brought in a record amount of fees for fundraisings in the first six months of 2020 amid coronavirus, UK prime minister Boris Johnson plans to announce £5bn of infrastructure projects today, and Gilead Sciences has said it will charge governments $2,340 for a 5-day course of its coronavirus treatment, remdesivir. Plus, …
 
American shale pioneer Chesapeake Energy has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and dozens of brands are cancelling advertising on Facebook over the social media company’s handling of hate speech. Plus, Singapore is luring hedge funds and investors away from other low tax jurisdictions with a new corporate structure. The FT’s Stefania Palma explains …
 
Wirecard filed for insolvency on Thursday, days after the German payments group revealed a multiyear fraud that led to the arrest of its former chief executive. The FT’s Dan McCrum has been following Wirecard for the past five years and will upack the company’s current position. Plus, the Federal Reserve has capped dividends and banned share buybac…
 
Tisha Schuller shares the June 18 “Both of These Things Are True” newsletter – Racial Equity and Justice in Your Leadership Strategy. Having one eye to the future requires incorporating commitments to racial equity, justice, diversity, and inclusion into your company’s strategy. We at Adamantine Energy believe that since the energy industry’s emplo…
 
The retirement landscape has been changing for some time. Before COVID-19, stopping work entirely was no longer the goal. Post-COVID-19, it may mean that stopping work won't be possible. So how should retirement savers navigate what’s next? On this episode of The Bid, BlackRock’s President, Rob Kapito, and Head of the Retirement Group, Anne Ackerle…
 
Global markets dropped on Wednesday as rising Covid-19 cases fuelled fears that the virus could derail an economic recovery, US airlines increased the size of their debt and equity fundraisings this week to nearly $10bn after receiving a warm welcome from investors, and Bayer will pay up to $10.9bn to settle a wave of lawsuits over the potential ca…
 
Tisha Schuller, Principal for Adamantine Energy, sits down with Michael Webber, Chief Science and Technology Officer for ENGIE—a Paris-headquartered global energy and infrastructure services firm to discuss the pivotal role for natural gas in the energy future. Webber is the author of the recent New York Times-acclaimed book, “Power Trip: The Story…
 
Wirecard’s founder Markus Braun was arrested on suspicion of false accounting and market manipulation, and the Trump administration has eased Obama-era environmental rules during the pandemic. Plus, the FT’s global finance correspondent, Robin Wigglesworth, will explain why some investors say the Federal Reserve and other central banks have in prac…
 
Tisha Schuller interviews Bernadette Johnson, Vice President of Market Intelligence for Enverus, to discuss the current disruptions in oil markets and commodity pricing. In a time where there are more questions than answers in the energy-space, Tisha and Bernadette explore: When will oil demand return to pre-COVID levels? What are supply risks and …
 
Donald Trump is set to extend a suspension of immigration into the US imposed in response to the coronavirus pandemic, and Apple is planning to transition away from Intel chips to an in-house design for processors. Plus, last week Wirecard warned that €1.9bn was missing from its accounts. It confirms reporting by the Financial Times, which has been…
 
Boris Johnson will hammer out a new plan with senior ministers this week aimed at unblocking talks on Britain’s future relationship with the EU, and the delay of oil and gas projects in Senegal signals the aftershocks from the coronavirus crisis are even hurting economies that have avoided the worst of the pandemic itself. Plus, some economists hav…
 
Executives from drugmaker Insys were the first from the pharmaceutical sector to be handed prison time for their role in America’s opioid epidemic earlier this year. The FT and the PBS series Frontline have investigated why the warning signs around the company were ignored for so long. FT pharmaceutical correspondent Hannah Kuchler tells Marc Filip…
 
Equity capital markets bankers are having their day in the sun as companies scramble to raise money while central banks pump liquidity into the financial system, Breakingviews editors explain. Plus: Asia columnists Robyn Mak and Una Galani chew over Vietnam’s productive pandemic. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
The US has suspended talks with European countries on a new global tax framework for technology companies, private equity groups in the US have been on a spending spree despite worldwide lockdowns due to the pandemic, and the bankrupt car rental company Hertz halted its controversial $500m share sale. Plus, the FT’s Seoul bureau chief Edward White …
 
Wall Street rallied on expectations of new aid for the US economy from the federal government and central bank, while Royalty Pharma pulled off the biggest US listing of 2020. Plus, protesters are calling to defund police departments in the wake of George Floyd’s death. Alex Vitale, a sociology professor at Brooklyn College, explains what this migh…
 
The US Supreme Court ruled on Monday that LGBTQ workers are protected by federal civil rights laws in a landmark anti-discrimination decision, and Europe’s young workers are among the hardest hit by a frozen labour market. Plus, the FT’s senior energy correspondent, Anjli Raval, explains why coronavirus has big oil companies, such as BP, pivoting t…
 
Tisha Schuller shares last week’s "Both of These Things Are True" email blog post – I Spit-Shined the Crystal Ball. Energy leaders having one eye to the future requires anticipating social-risk pivots now, before it is too late. Three broad trends that we at Adamantine Energy believe must be acted upon today and continually monitored are: The retur…
 
SoftBank has quietly poured more than $500m into Credit Suisse investment funds that in turn made big bets on the debt of struggling start-ups backed by the Vision Fund, the White House is opposed to extending coronavirus-related federal unemployment payments because it believes the measure created a “disincentive” to work, and China is bracing for…
 
Investors in US and European equities were rattled on Thursday after the Federal Reserve’s dire assessment of the US economy and fresh concerns of an uptick in coronavirus cases, and the British government has abandoned its plan to introduce full border checks with the EU on January 1. Plus, the FT’s banking editor, Stephen Morris, unpacks the pres…
 
First, the FT’s Colby Smith explains why the Federal Reserve is predicting that it would keep interest rates close to zero until at least the end of 2022. Then, the FT’s Brazil bureau chief Bryan Harris examines how the country is handling the coronavirus pandemic. Plus, the FT’s US business editor, Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson explains how company le…
 
As the pandemic has expanded globally, it has created uncertainty about companies’ future prospects. One way to analyze this: credit. Credit is the market of bonds that companies issue to fund their growth ambitions. And there’s a lot that credit can tell us about the overall health of the global economy. On this episode of The Bid, Jimmy Keenan, C…
 
EU member states are urging Brussels to account for the shock of a hard Brexit in its coronavirus recovery plans, a former Goldman Sachs banker has avoided prison time for his role in a global insider trading ring, and US online car sales company Vroom more than doubled its price on the first day of trading as investors showed strong demand for new…
 
Tisha Schuller shares the May 21 “Both of These Things Are True” newsletter – The Hiccupping Return to our Workspaces. Having one eye on the future requires returning to our workplaces with grace, efficiency, and an eye to the next, inevitable disruptions. We at Adamantine Energy broke down a successful return to work strategy into four phases: · D…
 
The US stock market has erased all of its losses from 2020, the World Bank has forecast that emerging economies will shrink for the first time in 60 years, and US Congressional Democrats have responded to protests against police brutality by proposing a bill to reform police practices. Plus, the FT’s Anjli Raval will explain the cautiously optimist…
 
Tisha Schuller interviews Katie Bays and Stefanie Miller, co-founders of Sandhill Strategy. Their discussion explores what leaders must consider as they monitor current political and investor trends, including: What do stimulus negotiations and outcomes tell us about politics around oil and gas? Will support for oil and gas companies appear? What r…
 
US civil rights groups have received a surge of corporate donations since Minneapolis police killed George Floyd, the head of Fidelity International has warned that asset managers will struggle to provide enough cash to keep businesses afloat, and global trade is under threat with up to 400,000 crew stranded either at sea or at home due to Covid-19…
 
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