Wall Street Week with Fortune

  • 2002
  • newsmagazine, business

A weekly business-discussion series focusing on the financial markets, loosely affiliated with Fortune magazine, and featuring the hosts and independent experts weighing in on economic and political issues.

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Wall Street Week with Fortune

First Aired: March 28, 2003

Topics include the effect of the Iraq war and anti-Americanism abroad on stocks. Guests include Raymond James market strategist Jeffrey Saut; Philip Orlando, chief investment officer at Value Line Asset Management; Paul Bremer, CEO of Marsh Crisis Consulting and a U.S. counterterrorism official during the Reagan administration; and Robert Hormats, vice chairman of Goldman Sachs International.

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