Lisa Su, AMD CEO: Demand for AI gas pedals will triple by 2027
Bill Ackman, Pershing Square: AI has made Alphabet an attractive buy
Jamie Dimon, JPM: The government should close down crypto-currencies
Jane Fraser, CEO of Citigroup: Increasing capital requirements is a bad idea
Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan: Basel III's purpose is harmful
George Goncalves, MUFG: Favorable market conditions in 2023, but challenges ahead
Jakob Stausholm, CEO of Rio Tinto: Copper ambitions, strategy, Guinea project
GTA VI trailer unveiled: what's in it for us?
Kristen Siemen, General Motors: End of light vehicle emissions in 2035
US employment: job openings at their lowest level since 2021
Marc Rowan, Apollo: We need to turn to private markets for performance
Jay Clayton, Apollo: The U.S. is not in the process of de-banking
Patrick Pouyanne, CEO of TotalEnergies: LNG tensions and volatility until 2027
Amit Singh, Adani Green Energy: $22 billion to quintuple renewable capacity
India Stock Market Inches Toward a $4 Trillion Valuation
Are rate cuts are coming early next year?
Wall Street indices were up in premarket trading, ahead of Friday’s publication of the eagerly-awaited employment data. I don’t mean to sound like a broken record, but as I already mentioned repeatedly, investors are hooked on bad economic data, which confirms their preferred scenario of looming rate cuts.