Rhode Island Commerce Secretary Stefan Pryor touts the state's initiative to revive its manufacturing industry, and the "hit parade" of Ocean State business activity. Hosted by Northeast regional editor Paul Burton.
Are the markets are too focused on legislation being proposed by President Donald Trump and not enough on the strengthening U.S. Economy? Ronald Temple from Lazard Asset Management makes the case, as well as discusses the situation in China and Europe, and the coming cycle of rising inflation and interest rates. Hosted by Chip Barnett.
Bond Dealers of America chair Tom Dannenberg discusses how some recent muni market rules seem to be losing sight of their goals and creating unneeded complexity, burdens, costs and liabilities for dealers and other market participants. Hosted by Jack Casey.
Dan Berger, senior market strategist at MMD, joins to discuss changes in the yield curve as well as look at the state of some states both good and bad. He also examines how the talk of healthcare reform has impacted bonds in that sector. Hosted by markets reporter Aaron Weitzman.
George Miller, a partner with law firm Mayer Brown, discusses the New York City Bar Association's recommendations to the Trump administration regarding national infrastructure funding, which he helped draft. Hosted by northeast regional editor Paul Burton.
Pennsylvania Auditor General Eugene DePasquale tells how marijuana taxation and regulation could help the commonwealth shore up its budget. He also discusses audits by his office, unfunded pension liability and the effect of a Donald Trump presidency. Hosted by Paul Burton.
Jim Colby, Senior Municipal Strategist and author of the Muni Nation blog at VanEck, sits down with The Bond Buyer's John Hallacy to discuss all things ETF, the prospects of tax reform, infrastructure investment, and more.
Gerrard Bushell, CEO and president for the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York (DASNY), checks in for his second visit with The Bond Buyer on how one of the nation's top municipal issuers is shaping up for 2017 and how changes in Washington D.C. may impact borrowing for education, healthcare and the arts. Hosted by Andrew Coen.