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The Biggest Investor in the U.S. Is...the U.S.
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(Bloomberg L. P., 2017), 2 mins
Oct.16 -- How did the U.S. government pull itself out of the financial crisis of 2008? By investing in itself. Jon Ferro of Bloomberg News explains how government bonds played an integral role in getting markets back on track. (video by Michael Byhoff and Sylvia Yang)
(Bloomberg L. P., 2017), 2 mins
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Cameron-Watt: Another U.S. Downgrade Likely
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presented by Sara Eisen, fl. 2013 and Erik Schatzker, fl. 1998; produced by Bloomberg L. P. (New York, NY: Bloomberg L. P., 2012), 8 mins
Ewen Cameron-Watt, BlackRock Investment Institute chief investment strategist, discusses the U.S. fiscal cliff and another possible downgrade of the United States. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's 'Market Makers.'
presented by Sara Eisen, fl. 2013 and Erik Schatzker, fl. 1998; produced by Bloomberg L. P. (New York, NY: Bloomberg L. P., 2012), 8 mins
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Choices & Change: Macroeconomics, Lesson 13, Part 4, Schools of Thought: Part 4
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directed by Ken Harrison, fl. 1969-1999; produced by Ken Harrison, fl. 1969-1999, Dallas TeleLearning, in Choices & Change: Macroeconomics, Lesson 13, Part 4 (Dallas, TX: Dallas County Community College District, 2000), 8 mins
Schools of Thought presents theories for economic stabilization as influences by existing conditions of the times. Historical examples of problems of unemployment and inflation are provided to help students understand major economic ideas.
directed by Ken Harrison, fl. 1969-1999; produced by Ken Harrison, fl. 1969-1999, Dallas TeleLearning, in Choices & Change: Macroeconomics, Lesson 13, Part 4 (Dallas, TX: Dallas County Community College District, 2000), 8 mins
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Teaching Exchange Rates and the Value of the U.S. Dollar: A Portfolio, Global Stakeholder Approach
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in Journal of International Business Education, Vol. 3, 2007, pp. 51-76 (Edinburgh, Scotland: Neilson Journals Publishing, 2007), 26 page(s)
By Alexander A. L. G. Zampieron and Joseph W. Weiss. A teaching approach based on stakeholder and portfolio theories is presented to explain how influential actors and factors now influence the U.S. dollar exchange rate in the global economy. Contrary to what classical economy theory states about Current Account d...
in Journal of International Business Education, Vol. 3, 2007, pp. 51-76 (Edinburgh, Scotland: Neilson Journals Publishing, 2007), 26 page(s)
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Choices & Change: Macroeconomics, Lesson 8, Part 1, The Nature of Money: Part 1
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directed by Ken Harrison, fl. 1969-1999; produced by Ken Harrison, fl. 1969-1999, Dallas TeleLearning, in Choices & Change: Macroeconomics, Lesson 8, Part 1 (Dallas, TX: Dallas County Community College District, 2000), 2 mins
The Nature of Money presents a brief history of money and explains the structure and functions of the Federal Reserve, how it creates and measures the money supply, and its goal to maintain the stability of the economy.
directed by Ken Harrison, fl. 1969-1999; produced by Ken Harrison, fl. 1969-1999, Dallas TeleLearning, in Choices & Change: Macroeconomics, Lesson 8, Part 1 (Dallas, TX: Dallas County Community College District, 2000), 2 mins
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CIBC's Stretch: Dollar Well Supported Through 2012
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produced by Bloomberg L. P.; interview by Sara Eisen, fl. 2013 (New York, NY: Bloomberg L. P., 2012), 3 mins
Jeremy Stretch, CIBC executive director of FX strategy and Sarat Sethi, portfolio manager at Douglas C. Lane & Associates discuss U.S. dollar strength and if the currency's safe haven status will be challenged in the coming year. They speak on Bloomberg Television's 'Lunch Money.'
produced by Bloomberg L. P.; interview by Sara Eisen, fl. 2013 (New York, NY: Bloomberg L. P., 2012), 3 mins
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