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ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT FOR ECONOMIC POLICY LAWRENCE A. KUDLOW

WASHINGTON EXAMINER: White House worried about Republican opposition to controversial Trump Fed pick

“The White House is really not sure they have the 50 votes in the Senate to confirm her,” Moore told the Washington Examiner. Moore met with Trump and multiple senior White House officials on Wednesday.

Shelton is not expected to get support from any of the 47 senators who are Democrats or independents. Now, there are concerns that she does not have enough support from Republicans to garner the 51 votes necessary for confirmation.

Sen. John Thune of South Dakota, the Republican whip, told reporters Tuesday that Shelton doesn't have the votes needed for confirmation. Yet Trump’s National Economic Council director, Larry Kudlow, said Thursday at an event hosted by the Economic Club of New York that Trump remains firmly behind her nomination. Kudlow added that he thinks the White House can get the 50 Senate votes for her confirmation.


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ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT FOR ECONOMIC POLICY LAWRENCE A. KUDLOW

ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT FOR ECONOMIC POLICY LAWRENCE A. KUDLOW

Assistant to the President for Economic Policy Lawrence A. Kudlow

ECNY: Hosting Video Webinar

Chief Economics Commentator of The Wall Street Journal, Greg Ip will talk with Lawrence Kudlow. Larry will share his unique perspective on the state of the economy and what's in store in the fourth quarter and into next year.

FOUNDER, CO-CHAIRMAN AND CO-CHIEF INVESTMENT OFFICER OF BRIDGEWATER ASSOCIATES RAY DALIO

INSTITUTIONAL INVESTOR:  Ray Dalio, in Economic Club of
New York Address, Speaks of Threats Beyond the Pandemic


Instead, the Bridgewater Associates founder said Thursday that he sees the convergence of monetary policy, social and economic gaps, and the rise of China as forces that could change the world.

Dalio shared his views on these changes — and how history informs them — Thursday at a digital event held by the Economic Club of New York.




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Founder, Co-Chairman and Co-Chief Investment Officer of Bridgewater Associates Ray Dalio

ECNY: Hosting Video Webinar

Ray Dalio will discuss practical principles for policymakers, investors and business leaders during this key transitional period due to 2020's pandemic. Bridgewater Associates rose to become the largest hedge fund in the world.

New York Times best-selling author John M. Barry

ECNY: Hosting Video Webinar

John Barry, author of "The Great Influenza."

His track record speaks for itself. In January 2020, he predicted that the COVID-19 virus could not be contained, and in April 2020, he predicted that summer would not provide relief.

Join us to hear his unique perspective on what he thinks will come next and what the U.S. can do to lower its numbers as well as other insights we might gain from 1918 to help us going forward.

Chairman and CEO, Motion Picture Association of America Charles H. Rivkin

ECNY: Hosting Video Webinar

Ambassador Charles H. Rivkin, Chairman and CEO of the MPAA in discussion with Andrew Ross Sorkin. A special conversation about the dynamic changes underway in global creative economy, including streaming, film, and television.

Executive Chairman, Vertiv Holdings Co. David Cote

ECNY: Hosting Video Webinar

David Cote discusses his new book, "WINNING NOW, WINNING LATER: How Companies Can Win in the Short Term While Investing in the Long Term".

Cote rails against today's trend of "short-termism" and debunks the notion that pursuing long term business growth must come at the expense of short term gains.

Goldman Sachs CEO David M. Solomon

U.S. News & World Report:  A Week to Watch for the U.S. Economy

The Federal Reserve holds a two-day meeting beginning Tuesday and while it is unlikely the central bank will budge from its commitment to do everything in its power to keep the economy afloat, analysts will be parsing every word that comes from the mouth of Chairman Jerome Powell.

Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon summed up the view of most economists and Wall Street executives on Wednesday. "The economic reality is that we are still facing a very, very uncertain economic environment," Soloman said while speaking at a conference of the Economic Club of New York, according to CNBC.()



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Goldman Sachs CEO David M. Solomon

BUSINESS INSIDER:   Wall Street giants urge Congress to fast-track 'expensive' stimulus bill before recession worsens

The economy is "still facing a very, very uncertain" outlook, Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon said Wednesday, and a hefty government response is likely the best option for stemming additional pain.  "Even though it's hard and it's expensive, we are better to blunt the economic impact now in the short term, by spending more, than to allow it to get worse and deal with the consequences of being worse," he said in an online event hosted by the Economic Club of New York.

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GOLDMAN SACHS, CEO, DAVID M. SOLOMON

CNBC Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon on US economic outlook: `We’re in for a very bumpy ride’


Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon said Wednesday that the U.S. economy will be hampered by high unemployment and a plodding recovery because of the coronavirus pandemic.

“The economic reality is that we are still facing a very, very uncertain economic environment,” Solomon said during a conference held by the Economic Club of New York.

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Chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. David M. Solomon

ECNY: Hosting Video Webinar

Chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs, David M. Solomon joins The Economic Club of New York for a conversation, moderated by David McCormick, CEO of Bridgewater Associates, to discuss his approach to leadership, the impact COVID-19 has had on his business and the overall economy, as well as efforts to support the community.

CEO of Activision Blizzard Bobby Kotick

ECNY: Hosting Video Webinar

As the CEO of Activision Blizzard Bobby Kotick joins us to discuss the future of video games and how he continues to connect the world through joy and fun.

Secretary of State, Michael R. Pompeo

REUTERS: Trump only wants North Korea summit if real progress possible: Pompeo

Pompeo later told an online interaction with the Economic Club of New York that there was more discussion with North Korea than was publicly noticed and he was “hopeful” it would be possible to have a senior-level discussion before too long.

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, James Bullard

REUTERS:  Fed officials warn on 'thick fog' ahead for U.S. economy as recovery concerns deepen

James Bullard, the St. Louis Fed president, sounded a somewhat optimistic note, saying his base case is the economy continues to grow in the second half of the year, but still offered caution. “The downside risk is nevertheless substantial, and better execution of a granular, risk-based policy will be critical to keep the economy out of depression,” Bullard said in comments to the Economic Club of New York. He expects Congress by the end of the month to approve a “substantial” new fiscal package to keep households and businesses stable.

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FDA Commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn

BARRONS: Race for a Covid-19 Vaccine Might Have Political Side Effects


FDA officials say that they will make their decisions about the Covid-19 vaccine based on the science. On an Economic Club of New York webinar this past week, the FDA’s commissioner, Dr. Stephen Hahn, said that the agency will “call balls and strikes on the data.”


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Citigroup Vice Chairman, Raymond McGuire

CNBC:  How IPOs give the ‘illusion of diversity’ with underwriters, while paying minority-owned firms less

Issuers often see this practice of adding MWVBEs to the syndicate as a “feel-good, check-the-box” idea, Citigroup Vice Chairman Raymond McGuire said last month in remarks at the Economic Club of New York. “But is it anything material? No,” McGuire said.


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FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF ST. LOUIS, JAMES BULLARD

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL:  Fed’s Bullard Says Economy Can Rebound in Second Half of Year

"The macroeconomic news for May and June, reported with a lag, seems to suggest that April will prove to be the lowest point of the crisis," Mr. Bullard said in a presentation for a meeting of the Economic Club of New York. 

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U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo

ECNY: Hosting Video Webinar

The Honorable Michael R. Pompeo, U.S. Secretary of State, will discuss the day's most important topics affecting the global economy and the impact of COVID-19, such as trade, reopening, cyber security and much more.