President Biden, Brian Shook, Cma Awards discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance


It's been downgraded to a tropical storm as it moves north over Central Florida, but it's still pounding the area with damaging winds and heavy rain. President Biden says he'll make a final decision on whether to run for a second term early next year, more from Brian shook. While speaking to reporters at The White House Wednesday, Biden said his intention is to run again, but it's ultimately a family decision. He added, he isn't in any hurry one way or another. The president also defended his first term agenda as polls have shown a large number of Americans believe the country is headed in the wrong direction. I pre order so in some look homes is not giving up his title of CMA entertainer of the year the country music hitmaker was awarded the top honor during the 56th CMA awards last night in Nashville. I'm Michael castner. Paul Sweeney. This wall of worry, everybody's been climbing it. Matt Miller. When you look at individual stocks, what do you like? Along with Bloomberg's sharpest market analysts can only basic Wall Street reporter for Bloomberg news. Bloomberg markets. Weekdays at 10 a.m. eastern on Bloomberg radio. This slower turn to normal levels of inflation could threaten the stability of inflation expectations. And if there's one thing we learned in the 70s is that the fed can not let inflation fester and expectations rise. If we back off for fear of a downturn, inflation comes back even stronger and requires even more restraint. The fed speak is back in a big way and you're going to get a ton of it a little bit later after CPI in America that CPI print 42 minutes away. Equities look like this on the S&P 500 going into that print. Just about positive

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