Daily Briefing

Yesterday, President Trump put an end to Congress’ efforts to assemble a fiscal stimulus package, instructing his representatives to stop negotiating until after the election.

Senior editor, Ash Bennington, welcomes back Tony Greer, editor of the Morning Navigator, to discuss the ongoing inflation trade.

Real Vision senior editor, Ash Bennington, and managing editor, Ed Harrison, discuss a volatile day in markets.

Raoul Pal is joined by Ash Bennington to look forward to the future of markets as well as Real Vision.

Ash Bennington invites Roger Hirst to take a deep dive into options to gain clarity on what this market’s greatest, current mover is.

Senior editor, Ash Bennington, welcomes back Tony Greer, editor of the Morning Navigator, to discuss the latest in markets.

OPEC cuts oil demand forecasts again; spot prices shrug as contango deepens.

Jane Fraser’s ascension as Citigroup’s CEO answers a question many have had for years: When would the U.S. banking industry, dominated by men in leadership positions for decades, get its first female big bank CEO?

U.S. stocks are rising after their greatest decline in months, Congress is voting on a “skinny” version of a stimulus bill, and LVMH’s agreement to buy Tiffany’s at $16 billion is falling apart.

Nasdaq’s plunge, echoes of the dot-com crash, and a look at whether Softbank really is “The NASDAQ Whale”