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.
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Surveillance should be is a great podcast. But Jon F is rude to many guests, seems to think ok to always have last (nasty) word, and the upload is very unreliable. What happened
Low rating is due to the stupid number of ads the show has now. Tom K, you know we fast forward through them right? more
Not so like the liberal tilt that TK has. From Marty W. to those accusing the oil companies of misdeeds. Please continue to get Yes or No answers to questions. Don’t let them not answer and just read from their bullet points. Thanks Jon. Oh! And thanks for not trying to make people think you are the smartest guy in the room.
I generally like the show and listen everyday. But recently it’s become more and more apparent that Jon Faro has a chip on his shoulder against the Biden Administration. Last year unfortunately his father passed away and he wasn’t able to travel home to the UK due to COVID restrictions. I do feel for him on that. But after that, whenever a Biden administration member comes on the show, he goes after them aggressively, puts words in their mouths, alludes that they are being disingenuous. Com... more
Listening to todays (4/6/22) show I want to know why you waste your listener’s time on sports talk?? Who cares about your baseball thoughts? If that was of interest there are many sports shows and podcasts to listen to. No wonder so many people don’t listen and especially women, saying “too much fratboy talk about sports and cars….juvenile and not a serious finance show.” I agree
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