Sarah Malik, Nuveen, Michael Castner discussed on Bloomberg Business of Sports


Nor the last time we saw them this morning As they prepared for their journey and waved goodbye and slipped the surly bonds of earth To touch the face of God I'm Michael castner A rare Princess Diana portrait is being sold for over $200,000 That's according to auction house Sotheby's which said that was ten times its highest estimate The oil painting by American artist Nelson shanks was done in 1994 depicting Diana with a thoughtful expression in a green halter dress Sotheby's rights that it reflects the emotional toll of her public life and inner resilience I'm Brian schuck And I'm Charlie pellet app Bloomberg world headquarters Another wild week for the U.S. stock market is behind us It was a week marked by intense gyrations as strong earnings from Apple helped lord dip buyers that overshadowed fears that the fed will have to act aggressively to head off the fastest inflation since the 1980s Sarah Malik is global chief investment officer at nuveen It's not going to be a year of a rising tide lifting all boats It's going to be a volatile year We've already seen that But overall we're still moderately bullish based on earnings growth Sarah Malik of nuveen as for that volatility Brian levitt is global market strategist at invesco We know that volatility tends to arise when there's policy uncertainty which we're certainly dealing with right now with a 7% consumer price index on a year over year basis and the Federal Reserve suggesting that they're going to be tightening policy to meaningfully slow economic activity this year The invest goes Brian levitt apple a big winner today up 7% after reporting quarterly revenue that sail past Wall Street estimates Daniel flacks is senior analyst at newburger Berman The earnings were solid across the board And I think what we're seeing here is continued innovation very strong execution across product cycles and really this broadening of the revenue drivers Daniel flax of new burger so it was an up day with the S&P notching its biggest rallies since June of 2020 and a racing its weekly losses on the week The S&P was up 8 tenths of 1% The Dow this week up by 1.3% Today the Dow rallied 564 points up 1.65% S&P up 105 up 2.4% NASDAQ up 417 up by 3.1% Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Charlie pellet This is Bloomberg.

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