May 2021

May 2021 monthly archives

How a 1982 Forecast Sparked a Global Bull Market | Posted on May 20, 2021

Today’s interest rates can be as low as 3%, but in the 1970s, Americans were paying 17% just to borrow money. In 1982, Henry Kaufman, then managing director of Salomon Brothers Inc., issued a memorandum predicting that interest rates would plummet, and bond prices would soar. What happened next was the biggest economic uptick since World War II.

In Conversation with Peter Cohen and Bob Pisani | Posted on May 12, 2021

In a Gabelli School Virtual Centennial Speaker Series event sponsored by the Gabelli Center for Global Security Analysis, the CFA Society New York, and the Museum of American Finance, Cohen shared highlights of his storied career and his passion for financial history. He was joined by CNBC Senior Markets Correspondent Bob Pisani.

EY Executives Discuss the Future of Work, Leadership Lessons, & Corporate Culture | Posted on May 04, 2021

As the COVID-19 vaccine roll out reaches more people every day, business offices across the country are plotting the best strategies to reopen, but that doesn’t come without challenges. Global accounting firm EY looks forward to reconnecting its 80,000 partners across America as 12,000 of its newest employees have never set foot in an EY office.

Centennial Speaker Series: Paul Schmelzing to Discuss Lower Forever or Set for a Regime Break? Lessons from Real Interest Rates Since the 14th Century | Posted on May 05, 2021

Paul Schmelzing will discuss his groundbreaking research on real interest rate dynamics since the beginning of secondary debt markets, the topic of one of his Ph.D. chapters.

Centennial Speaker Series: Zachary Karabell on Inside Money: Brown Brothers Harriman and the American Way of Power | Posted on May 05, 2021

Conspiracy theories have always swirled around Brown Brothers Harriman, and not without reason.

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