Paul Singer & David Rubenstein: Future of Monetary Policy, Trade, Markets and The Economy (2019)

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An interview and Q&A with billionaire activist investor and founder of Elliott Management Corporation, Paul Singer, and billionaire Private Equity titian and co-founder of The Carlyle Group, David Rubenstein. In this interview, the gentlemen discuss their thoughts on the US economy and the impact of monetary policy on inequality. They also talk about the path trade, markets and the economy could take in the future, emphasising the likelihood of a recession. 📚 Paul Singer and David Rubenstein favourite books are located at the bottom of the description❗

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Video Segments:
0:00 Introduction
1:36 Is that the right way to frame the dichotomy of inequality and class warfare?
8:58 Where does it go from here?
14:51 The global financial system is risky?
18:45 What does the down turn look like?
27:05 What should the FED do?
35:31 US v China is more than trade
40:02 Start of Q&A
40:12 Reactions to Democratic disruptive policies?
44:41 Risk of public debt?

Paul Singers Favourite Books🔥
The Economics of Inflation: A Study of Currency Depreciation in Post-War Germany:

David Rubenstein’s Recommended Books🔥(affiliate link)
The Hemingses of Monticello:

Interview Date: 27th June, 2019
Event: Aspen Ideas Festival
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