Tom Keene, Jon Ferro, Lisa Abramowicz, and Paul Sweeney have the economy and the markets "under surveillance" as they cover the latest in finance, economics and investment, and talk with the leading voices shaping the conversation around world markets.
Surveillance: Watch Bond Market, Calvasina Says
Lori Calvasina, RBC Capital Markets Head of Equity Strategy, says the bond rout does not erode the case for equities yet. Jonathan Golub, Credit Suisse Chief U.S. Equity Strategist, says the cost of corporate borrowing continues to improve even though treasury yields are higher. Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo, Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security Senior Scholar, discusses the challanges surrounding vaccine distribution. Greg Valliere, AGF Investments Chief U.S. Policy Strategist, says the $1.9 trillion stimulus package is too much.
Surveillance: Fed Must Speak, Lyngen Says
Marvin Loh, State Street Global Macro Strategist, says the market is pushing against the Fed's ability. Ian Lyngen, BMO Capital Markets Head of U.S. Rates Strategy, says the level of repricing we've seen in the bond market has historically been linked with a shift in monetary policy. Representative Ashley Hinson, Republican from Iowa, says we need to get kids back into schools. Susan Lund, McKinsey Global Institute Partner, says the demans for low-wage workers may go down.
Surveillance: Global Recovery With Malpass
David Malpass, World Bank President, says the inequality in the global recovery is striking. Tony Crescenzi, PIMCO Market Strategist, Portfolio Manager & Member of the Firm's Investment Committee, says the rise in real interest rates is not affecting broader markets. Frances Donald, Manulife Investment Management Global Chief Economist & Head of Macroeconomic Strategy, says negative real yields are unsustainable. Yuli Edelstein, Israeli Health Minister, says the country is crossing the line of 50% of the population getting at least a first vaccination shot.
Surveillance: S&P Not In Bubble, Patterson Says
Rebecca Patterson, Bridgewater Director of Investment Research, says the S&P is not likely in a bubble overall. Rep. Bryan Steil, Republican from Wisconsin, says the number one thing we can do to free up the labor market is to get our children back in school. David Lebovitz, JPMorgan Asset Management Global Market Strategist, sas 2021 is going to be the year where the global economy booms. David Rubenstein, Carlyle Group Co-Founder & Peer-to-Peer Host, discusses his interview José Andrés, ThinkFoodGroup chef and owner and World Central Kitchen founder, about ending the hunger crisis in America.
Surveillance: Commodities Surge With Currie
Jeff Currie, Goldman Sachs Global Head of Commodities Research, says part of what is pushing commodities higher is demand to hedge inflation risk. Brian Deese, National Economic Council Director, says inflation is a risk that bears watching. Michael Kushma, Morgan Stanley CIO of Global Fixed Income, says boom conditions could continue. Dr. Amesh Adalja, Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security Senior Scholar, says this coronavirus is not an eradicable disease.
Surveillance: Market Opportunities With Wilson
Mike Wilson, Morgan Stanley Chief U.S. Equity Strategist, says this year will be all about the relative vs. absolute performance of stocks. Megan Greene, Harvard Kennedy School Senior Fellow, says the ideas of potential growth and economic equilibrium might be antiquated. Joshua Sharfstein, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Vice Dean, says there is some evidence that the new variants may be more lethal, but it doesn't change the fundamental epidemiology of the virus. Diana Amoa, JPMorgan Asset Management Senior Fixed Income Portfolio Manager, says liquidity is not an issue right now.