Early Fed Hike Will Shake Up Silent Market: Nakisa

July 17 (Bloomberg) -- Ramin Nakisa, deputy asset allocation head at UBS Investment Bank, talks with Anna Edwards about his concerns for investors’ preparation for rising inflation and why he believes the Federal Reserve will hike rates much sooner than anyone expects. He speaks on “On The Move.”

Carlyle's Profit Declines 57% on Slow Asset Sales
35:49 - Carlyle Group LP said fourth-quarter profit declined 57 percent as asset sales slowed and its holdings didn’t appreciate as quickly as a year earlier. The firm said it will buy back as much as $200 million in its stock. (Source: Bloomberg)
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