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Aoifinn Devitt, chief investment officer at Moneta Group, discusses the Federal Reserve’s plans to raise rates this year, whether this was truly a pivot in Fed thinking, how the market reacted to this change and will how they will respond when rates go up, how new members on the Federal Reserve Board could impact Fed plans and what this all means f…
 
Katherine Craven, chief administrative and financial officer at Babson College, discusses the school's business niche, its bond-rating upgrades amid negative outlooks for higher education overall, and the outlook for the sector in the face of the pandemic. Paul Burton hosts. (Recorded on Dec. 23, 2021 and is 25 minutes long.)…
 
We discuss the growth in the market for bonds designed to make an environmental or social impact – and the surprisingly sparse requirements for its participants. Peter Keating with guests Emily Brock (Government Finance Officers Association) and Jennifer Brooks (Ballard Spahr).
 
We discuss energy provisions in the new infrastructure law – how much they will fight climate change, and how far they will move America toward a carbon-free future. Peter Keating with guests Ben King (Rhodium Group), Morgan Hickman (Center for Strategic and International Studies) and Adam Stern (Breckinridge Capital Advisors).…
 
Challenges abound in meeting the needs of both investors and issuers in incorporating environmental, social and governance factors into the municipal market. Jasper Cox, Fixed Income Analyst at the PRI, Principles for Responsible Investment, gives insights into how the market can adapt.
 
Chris Johns and JT Thompson, portfolio managers at the Aquila Group of Funds talk about the possible return of a BABs-like program and if it’s good or bad news for the tax-exempt bond market. They also discuss infrastructure, tax-exempt advance refundings and monetary policy.
 
With the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks still fresh in our minds, Michael Barasch, managing partner at Barasch & McGarry, says less than 8% of the civilians who were in Lower Manhattan that day and the months after have registered for free federal programs offering health care protections and benefits. Municipal bond industry workers who work…
 
On the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, Howard Cure of Evercore Wealth Management and Andrew Rein of the Citizens Budget Commission share memories of that day, how New York managed the crisis and prospects today as the city looks to recover from the pandemic. Paul Burton hosts. (26 minutes)
 
Cooper Howard, director of fixed income strategy at the Schwab Center for Financial Research, talks with Chip Barnett about what municipal bond investors can expect in the second half of the year – low yields and strong fundamentals. He looks at continuing bond fund inflows, rising taxable issuance and compressed spreads. (14 minutes/Taped Aug. 3).…
 
John Ceffalio, Senior Municipal Research Analyst at CreditSights, talks with Chip Barnett about what to expect in the second half of the year. He discusses municipal bond market fundamentals, credit and climate disclosure. And he looks at the pandemic’s long-term risks for U.S. cities as the work-from-home culture becomes stronger and how higher ed…
 
Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear talks with Chip Barnett about economic progress the Commonwealth has made this year and how the state-local government partnership strengthened during the pandemic. He describes the heartbreaking human cost of the virus, the deadly toll it took on residents and why the Delta variant is a continuing cause of concern. (14 m…
 
Joe Kalish, chief global macro strategist at Ned Davis Research, discusses his thoughts on when the Federal Reserve will announce it will cut back on its asset purchases, the possibility of Chair Jerome Powell’s renomination and what to expect from the Jackson Hole summit. Gary Siegel hosts (27 minutes)…
 
Ed Moya, senior market analyst for the Americas at OANDA, talks with Bond Buyer Managing Editor Gary Siegel about the upcoming FOMC meeting, inflation, the possibility of tapering and the future make-up of the Fed in a wide-ranging discussion on the economy and monetary policy. (31 minutes)
 
Todd Cipperman, founding principal of Cipperman Compliance Services, talks with Chip Barnett about the rise of cryptocurrencies and how cities like Miami are looking to integrate them into day-to-day functions. He also talks about the regulatory outlook for cryptocurrencies. (15 minutes).
 
Jim Robinson, portfolio manager of the Robinson Tax Advantaged Income Fund at Liberty Street Advisors, talks about the changing ways investors should view stocks and bonds. Within the municipal bond market, closed-end municipal bond funds may represent a particularly attractive opportunity. Robinson notes that at a time when the cost of leverage is…
 
Jack Janasiewicz, senior vice president, portfolio manager and portfolio strategist at Natixis Investment Managers Solutions, DISCUSSES inflation and why there is disagreement on whether it will become an issue this year. He discusses how stimulus money and the employment situation factor in. Gary Siegel hosts. (Taped March 9) 30 minutes.…
 
Veneta Dimitrova, senior U.S. economist at Ned Davis Research, says the COVID pandemic showed us the government has more fiscal space than thought. She also discusses inflation, housing, the manufacturing sector, global supply chain challenges and the Fed’s balance sheet. Hosted by Gary Siegel. Taped Feb. 24. (32 minutes)…
 
The rise of machine learning. Continued growth of electronic trading. Intensifying automation. Stephanie Sparvero, Global Head of BVAL Evaluated Pricing at Bloomberg talks about these issues and more in how the muni market is charting a changing muni landscape. Lynne Funk hosts. (30 minutes)
 
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