David Nadel on Bloomberg GO: Are the Tides Turning in Japan?
article 03-16-2016

David Nadel on Bloomberg GO: Are the Tides Turning in Japan?

Portfolio Manager David Nadel joined Bloomberg GO as a guest host, discussing a range of topics from opportunities in Japan to the challenges faced by European banks.

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On March 11, 2016, Portfolio Manager David Nadel joined Bloomberg GO as a guest host, discussing a range of topics from opportunities in Japan to the challenges faced by European banks with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker.

David shared his optimistic outlook on Japanese companies with the show's hosts saying, "What I've seen in general in Japan is the really high quality companies are leading a charge that is really changing the corporate environment."

Also in the segment, David spoke about volatility in the global financial markets and the current difficulties in the investment banking industry.

On the health of European and U.S. banks David observed, "The market will determine what sort of pricing power the banks have."

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