Rank #1: President Trump Wants a Dovish Fed Chair. He Fired Her
Rank #2: Why a Trump Impeachment Wouldn't Derail this Bull Market
Rank #3: The Big Business of Peak NFL
Rank #4: Are We Thinking About Tech IPOs All Wrong?
Dale Folwell, the Treasurer of North Carolina, also came on to talk about his efforts to drive down the cost of health care. The buying power of the Tar Heel state is almost as large as the potential Amazon, J.P. Morgan and Berkshire Hathaway healthcare initiative would be, and Dale is trying to harness that negotiating power amid what he called a ’medical arms race’ in the health care industry.
Then Bloomberg’s Executive Editor for Global Technology, Tom Giles, joined to wrap up a busy week in tech earnings, including why Facebook investors should be breathing a sigh of relief and the latest challenges for Qualcomm.
Rank #5: Will the Fed Become President Trump's Next Punching Bag?
Rank #6: The Libertarian Case for Big Government
Rank #7: Is Unlimited Soup, Salad and Breadsticks the Key to Quarterly Growth?
Rank #8: Why China is "Just a Paper Tiger"
Rank #9: The Trade Deal Formerly Known as NAFTA
Rank #10: Why David Woo is So Incredibly Bullish on the U.S. Dollar and You Should be Too
Steven Englander, Head of Research and Strategy at Rafiki Capital, also joined to talk through the latest wage date and why it was not nearly as weak as it was made out to be. Steven explained how the market was too pessimistic over the winter and now was shaking off those winter doldrums and unwinding.
Commercial pilots are one of the last strongholds of organized labor in the U.S. Leaders see the pilots as only the latest victim in the corporate war on unions, but Kenn Ricci, Chairman of Flexjet, is trying to change their mind and convince them that the ones wearing the wings could better negotiate for themselves directly.