Co-anchor, Bloomberg TV's Street Smart, Experienced Business Journalist and Author
One of the most recognized faces in financial journalism, award winning television host and author, Trish Regan helps you make sense of today's headlines and prepares you for new economic challenges at home and abroad.
With so many uncertainties in the global economy, the question many are asking is how the U.S. will fare as the world slowly marches toward recovery. How will current economic policy affect growth and can the U.S. succeed on a global scale when faced with significant competition from emerging economies? Emmy nominated journalist Trish Regan has reported from around the globe and brings her insights home to answer these questions and explain where the U.S. fits in the worldwide economic picture. As debts mount and entitlement programs grow, Regan provides a realistic assessment of the U.S. economy and the challenges it is facing. She provides audiences with the insight and context they need to make decisions about their corporations, their individual and their country's economic future. A cum laude graduate of Columbia University who started her career covering emerging debt markets for a major worldwide financial services firm, Regan is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Before joining BloombergTV in 2012, Regan was the host of CNBC's top rated 11am market program The Call, a regular economic contributor on The Today Show, NBC Nightly News and MSNBC and she was the host of some of CNBC’s highest-rated prime time documentaries.
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THE ECONOMIC ELECTION: HOW THE ECONOMY WILL SWAY VOTERS IN 2012 AND WHAT NEEDS TO HAPPEN FOR AMERICANS TO PROSPER AGAIN
As the 2012 election cycle approaches, the economy is the number one issue on the minds of voters. With unemployment still high, voters are becoming increasingly frustrated, asking, why so much money was spent with so few results. An experienced business journalist, author and television host who has covered the intersection of Washington and Wall Street for the last decade, Trish Regan helps you make sense of the increasingly treacherous economic and political landscape. How is Washington influencing our financial future? How are current tax policies affecting economic growth and what steps should government be taking to encourage private enterprise and grow the economy? Regan takes a critical look at government spending and the entitlement programs weighing on our economic future—arguing that the private sector is the lifeblood of the American economy and that it must be reenergized in order for American’s to prosper. She shows where the system is failing, and stresses the importance of finding long term, sustainable solutions in order to rebuild the American economy –one dollar and one job at a time.
THE DEBT BOMB: COULD HISTORY REPEAT ITSELF?
With a debt crisis threatening to derail Europe’s economy, what does it mean the world’s still fragile recovery? What countries could be the next dominoes to fall? How did Greece, Portugal, Ireland and Spain wind up in such a perilous position—and what are the similarities and differences between these nations and the United States’ borrowing habits? Trish Regan takes you through history to show that the most perilous threat faced by great nations has been economic distress—not military conquest. Debt destroys empires. A look at how investors, businesses and policy makers should prepare for the coming debt bomb and what it means for the global economy.
THE FED AND YOU: WHAT LOW INTERESTS RATES MEAN FOR INFLATION, GROWTH AND THE DOLLAR
With interest rates at record lows, what does this mean for the average American and for the business community? Are low interest rates contributing to higher prices while simultaneously driving the value of the U.S. dollar lower? Is the Fed hurting the U.S. economy by weakening consumer spending power or are these record low rates truly necessary to spur growth? Regan examines the case against low interest rates, showing you how to protect yourself from potential short and long term consequences.
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