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Bell Ringers Podcast: Will Fed Deliver Enough? Saudi Turmoil To Boost Oil

By Investing.com (Bell Ringers/Investing.com )Market OverviewSep 16, 2019 12:32AM ET
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Bell Ringers Podcast: Will Fed Deliver Enough? Saudi Turmoil To Boost Oil
By Investing.com (Bell Ringers/Investing.com )   |  Sep 16, 2019 12:32AM ET
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Join Investing.com senior analysts Jesse Cohen and Clement Thibault as they review the most significant events to rock financial markets last week and discuss what's in store for the week ahead.

The format is simple: the two spend three minutes talking about each topic; a bell sounds when time is up, whereupon they move to the next topic.

You can listen to this week's episode on Spotify here: https://open.spotify.com/episode/616D7nowi4BIh9A1lVBM7N

The episode starts with: thoughts on another gripping week on Wall Street, where U.S. stocks enjoyed their third straight weekly gain amid easing trade tension between the U.S. and China (01:30-05:30).

Next up: the analysts weigh in on the European Central Bank’s decision last week to restart quantitative easing (QE) and cut its deposit rate deeper into negative territory in a bid to revive the euro zone’s faltering economy (05:30-10:05).

Finally, the pair address the troubles facing the potential WeWork IPO, which saw its valuation cut to as low as $10 billion from $47 billion due to softer than expected demand (10:05-14:40).

Turning their attention to the week ahead, the duo provides thoughts on how markets are likely to perform in the coming days and whether we’re setting up for more record highs on Wall Street (14:40-18:45).

They also share what to expect from the Federal Reserve’s policy meeting, which kicks off on Tuesday, with a 25 basis point rate cut likely to be announced on Wednesday (18:45-23:30).

Finally, focus turns to the crude oil market, where prices are expected to spike after an attack on Saudi oil facilities over the weekend knocked out more than half of the Kingdom’s oil output (23:30-28:40).

To close the episode, each analyst provides their stock of the week: Lockheed Martin (NYSE:LMT) for Clement (28:40-30:45) and Adobe Systems (NASDAQ:ADBE) for Jesse (30:45-32:45).

Find us on Twitter for feedback @Investingcom, @BellRingersPod, @JesseCohenInv, and @ClemThibault!

Disclaimer: At the time of writing, neither Jesse nor Clement own shares in any of the companies mentioned. The views discussed in the podcast are solely the opinion of the hosts and should not be taken as investment advice.

Bell Ringers Podcast: Will Fed Deliver Enough? Saudi Turmoil To Boost Oil
 
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Bob Flippa
Bob Flippa Sep 15, 2019 11:17AM ET
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fed needs to raise rates and fix the economy. the stock market is not the total economy. the debt is out of control and there is little or no savings being had in the US.stand up and do the right thing
Bobby Bucklew
Bobby Bucklew Sep 15, 2019 11:17AM ET
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you are so right. but the ptb will not let it happen. it's sad nobody even talks about the debt problem any longer. Powell's talks all the time and won't bring it and so called fincial reports don't ask.
SunilKumar Dixit
SunilKumar Dixit Sep 15, 2019 11:17AM ET
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Powell saying Fed will do whatever appropriate and Trump yelling for rate cuts only to see the debt multiplier going out hands.
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its going to affect the currency negatively" expecting a bearish movement"
 
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