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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Could you PLEASE stop asking Americans about Ukraine? The whole world already considers you clueless about anything that happens on the outside, and this just keeps proving that they're right. Always some US mouthpiece telling us the same propaganda we can get off any other cheap news source.
I can't believe an academic like Angela doesn't know about Banderov, a Ukrainian hero who famously supported the Nazi invasion in favour of protecting a few Ukrainians. he's now a hero in Ukraine and has been a volatile issue for a 100 years. So ignorant! typical western academic who turns off their brain the moment something pro Russian is stated. God, ignorant people are a disgrace to those of us who respect critical thinking and like to be surrounded by like-minded intellectuals.
I generally like the show and listen everyday. But recently it’s become more and more apparent that Jon Farrow 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 for the funeral due to COVID restrictions. I do feel for him on that. But after that, whenever a Biden Administration member is on the show, he goes after them aggressively, puts words in their mouth, alludes that they are disingen... more
surely the interviewers must think to themselves: ah yes thanks for our daily dose of blatant propoganda with riggards to everything Russia. there's no developments and nobody ever says anything cleaver. it's like the Corona interviews all over again. just stop it, there's plenty of economic commentary to be done.
wow. this William Browser guy drinks all the online Russia coolaid. I've never heard a conspiracy theorist of this calibre given that much air time. Luckily modern technology allows you to skip such falicy.
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