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Parts Per Billion is Bloomberg Law's environmental policy podcast. We cover everything from air pollution, to toxic chemicals, to corporate sustainability, and climate change. The reporters from our environment desk offer an inside look at what's happening at Congress, in the courts, and at the federal agencies, and help explain the scientific and policy debates shaping environmental laws and regulations. Host: David Schultz
 
Bloomberg Law's On The Merits brings you the biggest legal stories of the week, coupled with smart interviews and analysis on a variety of legal topics. You’ll hear voices and perspectives from across the legal industry, including reporters, editors, attorneys, legal scholars, and general counsel. And, from time to time, we'll pull out a court filing or legal opinion from the week that, for whatever reason, piqued our interest. Host: David Schultz.
 
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[Un]Common Law is the podcast where the legal issues, public policy, and storytelling collide. That means sometimes we dive into the weeds on the biggest legal, government, or tax stories; examining a single topic or big idea, and reporting it out in a multiple episode series or special single episode.
 
Barber Financial Group presents America's Wealth Management Show with Dean Barber and Bud Kasper. Dean and his guests, America's leaders in the financial industry, have made it their missions to show everyone how to grow, keep, and leave their money. Dean is the author of Retire a Winner and is a frequent contributor to CNBC, CNN Money, SmartMoney, Bloomberg Radio, The Wall Street Journal, and Investment News. Investment advisory services offered through Barber Financial Group, Inc., an SEC ...
 
The Alpha Exchange is a podcast series launched by Dean Curnutt to explore topics in financial markets, risk management and capital allocation in the alternatives industry. Our in depth discussions with highly established industry professionals seek to uncover the nuanced and complex interactions between economic, monetary, financial, regulatory and geopolitical sources of risk. We aim to learn from the perspective our guests can bring with respect to the history of financial and business cy ...
 
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As the housing market goes, so goes the rest of the economy. Dean and Bud take a deep dive into the housing market to see if we might be in a housing bubble on this week's episode of America's Wealth Management Show. Article - When a Housing Market Shortage Becomes a Surplus: https://barberfinancialgroup.com/when-a-housing-market-shortage-becomes-a…
 
Crypto prices are plummeting, but Big Law isn't rushing for the exits. Far from it. Many of the country's biggest law firms have thrown themselves head first into the cryptocurrency world, with some even establishing specialized crypto practice groups. Bloomberg Law reporter Sam Skolnik says the reasons are clear: a confusing regulatory environment…
 
Following a 50 basis point hike of the Fed funds rate last week, Dean Barber and Bud Kasper discuss the Federal Reserve's challenge of combating high inflation rates and the necessary factors to achieve a soft landing.Find any resources and schedule your conversation here: https://barberfinancialgroup.com/inflation-rates-and-the-fed/?utm_source=sou…
 
Last year's infrastructure bill gave the EPA a deluge of cash to hand out to water utilities for infrastructure upgrades. But some of the smallest and neediest water utilities in the country may not see much, if any, of it. There are thousands of struggling water systems, many in remote, rural areas, that serve just a few hundred people. Many are i…
 
What does it take to be a trader at Onyx? On this week’s episode of the podcast Greg is joined by co-founder of Onyx and Director of Trading, Omar Kayaam. They reflect on the Onyx journey, what qualities it takes to succeed in a trading environment and current market volatility. You can find both Greg and Omar on LinkedIn Greg Newman, Onyx Capital …
 
Dr. Anthony Fauci is a household name, but that doesn't mean he gets everything he wants from Congress. As the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Dr. Fauci is heading to Capitol Hill to try to convince legislators to fund President Biden's $10 billion Covid-19 bill. Bloomberg Law health reporter Jeannie Baumann spoke…
 
Dean Barber and Bud Kasper take a deep dive into the relationship between interest rates and bond prices and provide some education on bond alternatives.Find any resources and schedule your conversation here: https://barberfinancialgroup.com/interest-rates-and-bond-prices/?utm_source=soundcloud&utm_medium=awms&utm_campaign=interest-rates-and-bond-p…
 
We got a window into the inner workings of the usually secretive Supreme Court with a leaked draft opinion in a landmark abortion case. As surprising, even shocking, as this leak was, it could be the beginning of a new era at the court in which the justices' private deliberations are no longer sacrosanct and leaks become more common. On this specia…
 
It's never easy for environmental activists—whether global, national, or local—to stop the construction of a big energy infrastructure project. But now, it may be nearly impossible. For an example, look to southwestern Louisiana. Fossil fuel companies are building new liquefied natural gas terminals there as fast as they can, with explicit approval…
 
With a background in math and an inclination to embrace complexity, Puneet Kohli has always found managing capital in the derivatives market both interesting and challenging. And at the Health Care of Ontario Pension Plan, Puneet is also finding meaning and purpose in his work. Sitting within the Fixed Income and Derivatives team at HOOPP, Puneet h…
 
In this week’s episode, Greg speaks with Managing Partner of New Climate Ventures, Eric Rubenstein. The pair speak about the robustness of the carbon market in the face of economic volatility, the momentum created by consumer demand, and the reality of trading carbon. You can find both Greg and Eric on LinkedIn: Greg Newman, Onyx Capital Group’s CE…
 
The saying goes that history never repeats itself, but it often rhymes has been very relevant lately from a financial planning perspective. Dean Barber and Bud Kasper discuss the importance of stress testing your financial plan to see how it would perform in similar periods to what we’re currently experiencing.Find any resources and schedule your c…
 
When it comes to copyright law, stand-up comedy recordings have generally been treated differently than music recordings. At least, until now. The estates of Robin Williams and George Carlin are among several plaintiffs in a copyright infringement lawsuit against Pandora that centers on whether the streaming service has the proper license for their…
 
Armed with the power of the terminal, and bringing together a gift for writing and a deeply curious mind, Cameron Crise is a macro strategist at Bloomberg, contributing pieces on the big picture topics investment professionals are wrestling with. The author of the Macro Man column, Cameron utilizes a framework developed over years on the buy-side i…
 
One thing that Dean Barber and Bud Kasper are certain of is that there is a lot of domestic and geopolitical uncertainty to go around. Dean and Bud sort through some of that uncertainty to give their thoughts on today’s global economic outlook.Find the article and resources mentioned on this episode, here: https://barberfinancialgroup.com/todays-gl…
 
In this week’s episode, Greg is joined by Erik Rakhou, co-author of ‘Touching Hydrogen Future’, a free to download book that presents a vision of Hydrogen’s potential in economies globally. They discuss the practical steps necessary to successfully integrate Hydrogen into energy markets. From transportation to price discovery. You can download the …
 
This summer, the Supreme Court is expected to hand down a ruling in a case called Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization. It could significantly alter—or even eliminate altogether—Roe v. Wade and the legality of abortion in America. But rather than waiting to see what the justices do, many Republican-led states are moving to enact their own r…
 
The new era of name, image, and likeness in college sports has seen rapid change. For instance, initially athletes were signing deals directly with brands and companies. Now, so-called “NIL collectives” are amassing multi-million-dollar funds to attract star recruits. Critics say these funds are being used as back-door recruiting inducements which …
 
We frequently talk about tax planning on America’s Wealth Management Show. Why? Because we believe it can have a significant impact on your financial future. Dean Barber and Bud Kasper dive into some simple, yet effective, tax planning examples, and discuss what’s happening in the markets and economy.Find the article and resources mentioned on this…
 
Here's yet another complicated and confusing question about the transition to a post-greenhouse gas world: Is what's billed as low-carbon gasoline good or bad for the environment? That's the question lawmakers in several Democratic-led states are asking themselves, and no easy answers are appearing. New Mexico, New York, and Minnesota, to name a fe…
 
In this week’s episode, Greg explains the crisis around Russian oil and gas supply, the response from OPEC and why the upcoming changes to the Dated Brent contract are so significant. Find Greg on LinkedIn: Greg Newman, Onyx Capital Group’s CEO https://www.linkedin.com/in/oilderivatives/By Greg Newman
 
A bill is currently sitting on the desk of Gov. Tate Reeves (R) that would make his state, Mississippi, the 50th and final one to adopt a law mandating equal pay for men and women. However, not all women are celebrating. Women's rights advocates say the Mississippi law is watered down to the point of absurdity—for example, it allows employers to pa…
 
College sports is closing out the first year of the name, image and likeness era for athletes. Since July 1 2021, athletes have been free to earn money from marketing deals on their NIL rights, including through endorsements, appearances, modeling, and hosting camps. One UCLA basketball player even launched his own cryptocurrency. The right of publ…
 
For the first time since late 2019, the two-year treasury is yielding higher than the 10-year treasury. This is called an inverted yield curve. Since the late '70s Every single time we've seen an inverted yield curve, It has led to a recession. Join Dean Barber and Bud Kasper as they discuss what is going on in the bond market and what the inverted…
 
Tax filing has been top of mind lately with the April 18 deadline fast approaching. While the tax compliance window is closing for this year, it’s important to remember that the tax planning window is always open. Bud Kasper and Logan DeGraeve discuss the true meaning of tax planning and how to best mitigate taxes over your lifetime.Download the Ta…
 
Some good news for ESG investors, and even better news for accountants: the Securities and Exchange Commission just unveiled a new proposal that would force public companies to disclose mountains of climate change information. The proposal goes far beyond requiring disclosure of the fossil fuels a company itself uses: It would also have companies r…
 
Some good news for ESG investors, and even better news for accountants: the Securities and Exchange Commission just unveiled a new proposal that would force public companies to disclose mountains of climate change information. The proposal goes far beyond requiring disclosure of the fossil fuels a company itself uses: It would also have companies r…
 
Over a 30-year career in markets, Vadim Zlotnikov has gained a strong appreciation for the value of time horizon in risk management and alpha generation. Noting that being sufficiently early in expressing a view on markets is not much different from being wrong, Vadim stresses the importance of implementation in achieving a successful outcome. Here…
 
A Bloomberg Law analysis found that, within the tech industry, Apple uses outside law firms at a rate three times higher than its nearest rival. But which firms the iPhone maker uses may surprise you. On this episode of On The Merits, we hear from three Bloomberg Law reporters about why the Silicon Valley giant steers a large portion of its legal b…
 
In this week’s episode Greg is joined by Ehsan Massah, Analytics Associate at Onyx Advisory. You can find both Greg and Ehsan on LinkedIn: Greg Newman, Onyx Capital Group’s CEO https://www.linkedin.com/in/oilderivatives/ Ehsan Massah, Analytics Associate at Onyx https://uk.linkedin.com/in/oilanalystBy Greg Newman
 
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson spent a good portion of the first day of her Supreme Court nomination hearings in the U.S. Senate defending her work as a defense lawyer. Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee grilled the nominee about her time as a public defender, including her work defending prisoners held at Guantanamo Bay. Senators also targ…
 
It's been just over a week since Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell announced a 0.25% hike of the Fed funds rate, and that six more increases have been penciled in for the remainder of 2022. The Federal Reserve's goal with these moves is to slow down inflation, but what can we expect the impact to be from rising interest rates? Bud Kasper and L…
 
Season 4, Episode 5 Greg is joined by Bjarne Schieldrop. They discuss how a small move of the geopolitical needle can have massive ramifications on a huge bulk of potential supply in the market. You can find both Greg and Bjarne on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bjarneschieldrop/ Greg Newman, Onyx Capital Group’s CEO https://www.linkedin.com…
 
If you thought Russia's invasion of Ukraine hurt the oil market, wait until you hear what it's doing to uranium. Before last month's invasion, Russia and its allies supplied nuclear power plants in the U.S. with half of their uranium, and 100% of a special type of uranium needed for smaller, next generation power plants. That entire supply chain ha…
 
The Dot-Com Bubble burst 22 years ago today in the wake of many economic factors. What parallels are there between then and now? Dean Barber and Bud Kasper discuss the Dot-Com Bubble and why it's still relevant today.Read the Dot-Com Bubble History Remains Relevant, find the Retirement Plan Checklist, and schedule a conversation here: https://barbe…
 
Law firms that do business in Ukraine or in Russia have had to make a series of rapid decisions over the past weeks that could have the highest of consequences. Maintaining relationships with Russian clients, aside from earning them public condemnation, could put law firms afoul of new sanctions imposed after Russia's invasion of its neighbor last …
 
Dean Barber and Bud Kasper break down the economic impact we’re seeing from the Russia/Ukraine conflict, the likelihood of rising interest rates, and other contributors to this March Market Madness.Find any resources mentioned and schedule your 20 minute ask anything session here: https://barberfinancialgroup.com/economic-impact-of-march-market-mad…
 
The Supreme Court heard oral argument in West Virginia v. EPA on Monday, a case that could result in the narrowing of the agency's authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions. But, to some surprise, a few of the court's conservative justices posed tough questions to the attorney arguing against the EPA, which may indicate they're open to siding …
 
Season 4, Episode 4: In this week’s episode Greg is joined by Dr Bassam Fattouh, Director of the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies. They discuss the impact of potential loss of Russian oil supplies on the oil market, the Saudi response to the Iran deal and the urgency surrounding the North Sea Contract. You can find both Greg and Bassam on Linked…
 
The former president of the United States is waging a complex defensive legal battle on numerous fronts. From Manhattan to Albany to Atlanta and elsewhere, prosecutors are circling Donald Trump, his business, and his family. The latest blow came last month when accounting firm Mazars USA LLP not only cut ties with Trump but also announced it was di…
 
Amidst a fraught backdrop for macro risk, uncertainty around inflation is a new and vexing challenge for investors. And with this in mind, it was my pleasure to host a conversation with Lindsay Politi, the Head of Inflation Strategies at One River Asset Management. Through our discussion, we learn about the framework she has developed over two deca…
 
Between the Federal Reserve’s decision on rising interest rates and the situation with Russia and Ukraine, there are a lot of unknowns right now. Dean Barber and Bud Kasper discuss the importance of controlling what you can control by managing market risk to alleviate the angst of the unknowns.Find any of the resources mentioned and connect with us…
 
Season 4, Episode 3: In this week’s episode Greg is joined by Mike McGlone, Senior Commodity Strategist at Bloomberg Intelligence. You can find both Greg and Mike on LinkedIn: Mike McGlone, Bloomberg Intelligence: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mike-mcglone-a8442513/ Greg Newman, Onyx Capital Group’s CEO https://www.linkedin.com/in/oilderivatives/…
 
It feels like it’s only a matter of time before the Fed says to, “Take a hike?” Interest rate hikes are likely on the horizon. Bud Kasper and Logan DeGraeve look at what the impact could be from any of the Fed’s rate hikes and how big they could be.Read our latest article on interest rates and more, here: https://barberfinancialgroup.com/when-will-…
 
Armed with a PhD in economics and policy experience, Dave Bizer hit Wall Street, landing at Lehman Brothers in structured equity derivatives in the early 1990’s. A deep background in options pricing theory notwithstanding, he soon found that concepts like Ito’s Lemma were less important than helping clients solve practical problems like hedging equ…
 
Electric vehicles, or EVs, represent one of the most promising climate change solutions. But is America ready? To get the country ready, President Biden and Democrats in Congress gave states more than $7 billion to install electric vehicle charging stations across the country. But, as Bloomberg Government’s Lillianna Byington found, an Eisenhower-e…
 
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