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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.

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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.

    The Exchange: What’s ahead for global art market?

    The Exchange: What’s ahead for global art market?

    Sales fell some 22% to $50 bln last year, the biggest recession in the art market since the financial crisis. Clare McAndrew, founder of Arts Economics, discusses the impact of Covid-19, taxes and geopolitics, the rise in online sales and how NFTs are attracting nerds to art.
     
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    The Exchange: Sustainable finance

    The Exchange: Sustainable finance

    European bank ING is a leader when it comes to holding borrowers to climate-change commitments. In an interview hosted by the European-American Chamber of Commerce New York, ING Americas CEO Gerald Walker talks to Breakingviews’ Richard Beales about the future of green finance. This podcast was originally published by the European-American Chamber of Commerce New York: bit.ly/3cwi7Ku.
     
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    The Exchange: The old GE is gone and that’s ok

    The Exchange: The old GE is gone and that’s ok

    Jeff Immelt ran GE for 16 years, during which time its market value roughly halved. His new book “Hot Seat” attempts to put that rocky period into context. The former GE boss chatted with John Foley about his part in the decline of an American industrial icon.
     
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    The Exchange: Will home working outlive Covid-19?

    The Exchange: Will home working outlive Covid-19?

    The pandemic has relocated many office workers to their studies and dining tables. Stanford economist Nicholas Bloom tells Dasha Afanasieva that many companies will continue working from home two days a week. But allowing too much flexibility could bring diversity risks.
     
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    The Exchange: World Bank President David Malpass

    The Exchange: World Bank President David Malpass

    The Covid-19 crisis has exposed the economic and other inequities between the world’s richest and poorest countries. The World Bank’s boss discusses these challenges, ranging from vaccination drives and debt relief to the existential threat of climate change, with Rob Cox.
     
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    The Exchange: The post-pandemic global economy

    The Exchange: The post-pandemic global economy

    Policymakers will face tricky choices about when to withdraw massive policy support as economic recovery kicks in. BNP Paribas’ group chief economist, William De Vijlder, joins Swaha Pattanaik to discuss their options, the focus on inclusive growth and the outlook for inflation.
     
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15 Ratings

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An outsider that should be embraced

This was a good interview and the economic insights of Varoufakis are worth considering. Not likely to see him on CNBC or FOX Business except as an opportunity by those stations to discredit him.

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