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Bloomberg
Oct 17, 2015 1:00pm EDT
economy. rate dalia: i think china will be just fine. just to be clear. but it will be weaker. >> and what his future holds. ray dalia: i cannot stop. >> on this special edition of bloomberg's "surveillance." good evening. tom keene and michael mckee. we are here for one of the anticipated events in the history of bloomberg "surveillance." let's set up a we had first. have first.w who we this is the benchmark resorts and hotels. we have steep in the back of our audience and we say thank you. we need to get started. why don't you start? and: if you sold in may went away, it is time to come back and we start with ray tonight. that is sort of put you have based your entire career on. your study of the economy, not just investing but how the economy works. tell us about your concept of the machine and how you got to that and how you developed it. dalio: anything that happens economically i learned happen over and over again. it is a very simple machine i think. it is the same for an individual. the country is -- a country is no more than the collection of its individuals or the companies.
Bloomberg
Oct 3, 2015 12:00pm EDT
the curve. >> analyzing the global economy. a roughnk china will be spot. it will be weaker. >> what his future holds. >> i can't stop. i love the game. >> on this special edition of "bloomberg surveillance." tom: good evening, everyone. we are here on a beautiful day north of new york city for one of our most anticipated events in the history of bloomberg "surveillance." this is 114 acres north of new york city. darrell. steve and it jarell michael: if you sold in may and went away, it is time to come back. we will start with ray tonight. tell us about your concept of the machine. how you got to that and how you develop it. >> the same thing happens over and over again. anything that has happened happens over and over again. it is a very simple machine. individualame for an . there's productivity, which produces income. when you earn is a function of your productivity. for a country, and is the same for individuals. you work hard, you are well educated, you can be more productive if you work harder or if you are more creative. d of time, youerio can spend more than what you
Bloomberg
Oct 25, 2015 11:00am EDT
economy. ray: i think china is going to be just fine. just to be clear. but it is going to be weaker. announcer: and what his future holds. ray: i can't stop. i love the game. announcer: on this special edition of bloomberg "surveillance." ♪ tom: good evening, everyone. tom keene and michael mckee. we are here for one of our most anticipated events in the history of bloomberg "surveillance." and bloomberg on the economy. let's set up where we are first. should we do that first? this is 114 acres north of new york city. it is at the benchmark resort and hotel. we have steve back there with our audience, we say thank you. we need to get started. michael: we have to say that, if you sold in may and went away, it is time to come back. we going to start with ray tonight. tom: why don't we get started on the economic machine. michael: that is what you have based your entire career on. is your study of the economy, not just investing, but how the economy works. tell us about your concept of the machine. how you got to that and how you developed it. ray: the same thing happens over
Bloomberg
Sep 16, 2015 6:00pm EDT
emerge because of that. japan needs an easier monetary policy. china needs an easier monetary policy. emerging countries need easier monetary policy. tom: i have a good amount of raise recent work -- ray's recent work. stronger predict a ?ollar how does the currency dynamic fit into what you see with the lack of productivity? ray: the picture that we are in -- is similar to of picture -- we have a lot countries who have a lot of dollar-denominated debt. as we have that environment, as they are in a debt problem, it is a self reinforcing situation. the revenues go down. they are short of dollars. a debt is a short position and you have to cover that position. we need -- we have these commodity countries. emerging countries, very similar. a self reinforcing cycle. back then, it went to 1985 and then we had the plaza accord. thatwe were able to do in period, we were able to ease our monetary policy at the same time the economy grew. it is tough to do that where we are right now. youave a situation where if would like to ease -- the pressure is going to be more on easing monetary policy
Bloomberg
Oct 4, 2015 12:00pm EDT
faster than is discounted in the curve. >> analyzing the global economy. ray: i think china is going to be just fine. it is going to be weaker. >> what his future holds. ray: i can't stop. i love the game. on this special edition of bloomberg surveillance. tom: good need -- good evening, everyone, tom keene and michael mckee. let's set up where we are. is 114 acres north of new york city. we say steve come up in the back with our audience, we say thank you. we need to get started. we have to say, if you sold in may and went away, it is time to come back. we are going to start with ray tonight. tom: let's get started with the economic machine. mike: that is what you have based your entire career on. your study of the economy. not just investing, but how the economy works. concept ofut your the machine. how you develop that. ray: it is the same thing over and over again. let me distraught -- describe the machine. it is very simple, i think. it is the same for an individual. nothing more than a collection of individuals or companies. there are three main factors. productivity which produce
Bloomberg
Sep 20, 2015 9:00am EDT
monetary policy. china needs and easier -- an easier monetary policy. ♪ how does currency dynamic fit into what you see with the lack of productivity? we have a lot of countries particularly commodity producers that have a lot of dollar denominated debt. problem,re in a debt it's a self reinforcing situation because their debts are denominated in dollars. they are short of dollars. a debt is a short position and you have to cover that position. we have these commodity countries. emerging countries, very similar. a self-reinforcing cycle. back then, it went to 1985 and then we had the plaza accord. what we were able to do in that period, we were able to ease our monetary policy at the same time the economy grew. it is tough to do that where we are right now. ray dalio is the founder of bridgewater associates. what do we do, what does the central bank do? ray: you realize the risks are asymmetrical. you can tighten monetary policy. there is enough sensitivity around. you wait to see -- the risks are asymmetrical. the risks for the world are asymmetrical. the risks on the downside are to
Bloomberg
Oct 3, 2015 9:00am EDT
curve. >> analyzing the global economy. >> i think china is going to be just fine. just to be clear. it will be weaker. >> and what his future holds. >> i can't stop. i love the game. >> on this special edition of bloomberg surveillance. ♪ good evening. we are here for one of our most anticipated events in the history of bloomberg "surveillance." let's set up where we are. this is 114 acres north of new york city. it is a benchmark. we have steve back there with our audience, we say thank you. we need to get started. michael: if you sold in may and went away, it is time to come back. >> why don't we get started on the economic machine. >> that is what you have based your entire career on. your study of the economy, not just investing. tell us about your concept of the machine and how you got to that. dalio: the same thing happens over and over again. these things happen economically. let me just describe the machine. it is the same for an individual. in a country is no more than the collection of the people. there are three main factors. productivity. which produces income. you ca
Bloomberg
Sep 19, 2015 9:00am EDT
of that. japan needs an easier monetary policy. china need an easier monetary policy. ♪ tom: do you think qe works anymore? ♪ tom: would you protect a stronger dollar like the rubin dollar of the 1950's. how does currency dynamic fit .nto what you see ray: we have a lot of countries, particularly commodity producers, who have a lot of denominated debt. problem,re in a debt it's a self reinforcing situation. the revenues go down. they are short of dollars. he debt is a short position. that brings up the price of the dollar. so we have these commodity countries, very similar, emergency countries. it is a self reinforcing cycle. we have the need to have that easing of monetary policy. we were able to use our monetary policy at the same time the economy grew. it is tough to do that where we are right now. we are a special prime -- we are with three calio -- ray dalia. what does the central bank do when they are at the end of the long-term credit cycle? risks areealize the symmetrical. there's enough sensitivity around. the risks are asymmetrical. that's the main thing. downside arethe
Bloomberg
Sep 19, 2015 12:00pm EDT
. japan needs an easier monetary policy. china needs an easier monetary policy. >> do you think you view works anymore? >> is go to work a lot less. ♪ tom: i have a good amount of ray's recent work. the most fascinating thing i see is how currency plays into it. would you predict a stronger dollar? how does the currency dynamic fit into what you see with the lack of productivity? ray: picture wherein is very similar that in picture we ran from 1982 to 1987. we have a lot of countries who have a lot of dollar-denominated debt. as we have that environment, as they are in a debt problem, it is a self-reinforcing situation. the revenues go down. they are short of dollars. a debt is a short position and you have to cover that position. we have these commodity countries. emerging countries, very similar. a self-reinforcing cycle. back then, it went to 1985 and then we had the plaza accord. what we were able to do in that period, we were able to ease our monetary policy at the same time the economy grew. it is tough to do that where we are right now. we have a situation where if you would lik
Search Results 0 to 19 of about 20 (some duplicates have been removed)