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With the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks still fresh in our minds, Michael Barasch, managing partner at Barasch & McGarry, says less than 8% of the civilians who were in Lower Manhattan that day and the months after have registered for fre
On the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, Howard Cure of Evercore Wealth Management and Andrew Rein of the Citizens Budget Commission share memories of that day, how New York managed the crisis and prospects today as the city looks to re
Cooper Howard, director of fixed income strategy at the Schwab Center for Financial Research, talks with Chip Barnett about what municipal bond investors can expect in the second half of the year – low yields and strong fundamentals. He looks a
John Ceffalio, Senior Municipal Research Analyst at CreditSights, talks with Chip Barnett about what to expect in the second half of the year. He discusses municipal bond market fundamentals, credit and climate disclosure. And he looks at the p
Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear talks with Chip Barnett about economic progress the Commonwealth has made this year and how the state-local government partnership strengthened during the pandemic. He describes the heartbreaking human cost of the vir
Deputy budget director David Womack explains what generates investor confidence in the city. Paul Burton and Chip Barnett host. (14 minutes)
Joe Kalish, chief global macro strategist at Ned Davis Research, discusses his thoughts on when the Federal Reserve will announce it will cut back on its asset purchases, the possibility of Chair Jerome Powell’s renomination and what to expect
New York City budget director Jacques Jiha says proactive moves such as building reserves helped the city weather COVID-19 fiscal challenges. Paul Burton and Chip Barnett host. (23 minutes)
Ed Moya, senior market analyst for the Americas at OANDA, talks with Bond Buyer Managing Editor Gary Siegel about the upcoming FOMC meeting, inflation, the possibility of tapering and the future make-up of the Fed in a wide-ranging discussion o
S&P’s Tiffany Tribbitt and Geoffrey Buswick talk with Chip Barnett about what municipalities can do to counter the growing threat of cyber attacks and what steps cities and states can take after an incident happens. (15 minutes)
Joseph Krist, publisher of Muni Credit News, explores state budgets, federal aid, climate change and cybersecurity. Paul Burton hosts. (34 minutes)
State Treasurer Shawn Wooden discusses the state's across-the-board bond rating upgrades, its immediate challenges and initiatives such as "CT Baby Bonds." Paul Burton hosts. (19 minutes)
John Hallacy, founder of John Hallacy Consulting LLC, talks with Chip Barnett about the pandemic’s lingering credit impacts on state finances in a wide-ranging discussion of the many issues affecting the municipal market today. (17 minutes)
Adam Andrzejewski, CEO and founder of transparency organization, pinpoints examples of wasteful government spending and "filthy rich" communities and institutions getting federal bailout money. Paul Burton hosts (15 minutes).
In Part 2 of this special series, Northeast Regional Editor Paul Burton and guests Anthony Figliola, Andrew Rein and Nicole Gelinas discuss what the next New York mayor will inherit and what's needed to win back businesses and tourists. (11 min
In Part 1 of this special series, Northeast Regional Editor Paul Burton and guests Nicole Gelinas, Anthony Figliola and Andrew Rein explore what this year's New York mayoral race means for the city and its people, investors and business leaders
Todd Cipperman, founding principal of Cipperman Compliance Services, talks with Chip Barnett about the rise of cryptocurrencies and how cities like Miami are looking to integrate them into day-to-day functions. He also talks about the regulator
Sheila King of Eagle Asset Management talks with Chip Barnett on the growing importance of environmental, social and governance issues for municipal governments. She gives examples of what works and what doesn’t and why it matters. (14 minutes)
Eli Dvorkin of the Center for an Urban Future suggests how New York City can save millions by improving its capital construction process. He also examines the city's tech growth. Paul Burton hosts. (23 minutes)
Tom Kozlik of Hilltop Securities explores federal guidance over rescue aid use, whether states and local governments are ready to allocate the funding, and how a "golden age" could loom for public finance. Paul Burton hosts. (20 minutes)
Andrew Rein of the Citizens Budget Commission and Howard Cure of Evercore Wealth Management dive into the city's operating and capital budgets. Paul Burton hosts. (38 minutes)
Regina Egea, president of the Garden State Initiative, analyzes New Jersey's fiscal landscape, including the proposed state budget, unfunded pension liability and deficit borrowing. Paul Burton hosts. (20 minutes)  
Jim Robinson, portfolio manager of the Robinson Tax Advantaged Income Fund at Liberty Street Advisors, talks about the changing ways investors should view stocks and bonds. Within the municipal bond market, closed-end municipal bond funds may r
Natalia Quintero of the Partnership for New York City discusses the Transit Tech Lab accelerator program, which involves the MTA and other regional transportation agencies. Paul Burton hosts. (14 minutes)
Roddy Devlin, a partner at Nixon Peabody, explores President Biden's $2.3 trillion bill, which he says "dwarfs anything we've seen for decades." Paul Burton hosts. (23 minutes)
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