As Pink Floyd says, “Money, it’s a Gas.”
Walter Todd on BBC Business Matters

Walter Todd on BBC Business Matters

Our president, Walter Todd, has often been tapped for his insight on financial markets on programs like the BBC and Bloomberg. However, yesterday evening, he joined Stefanie Yuen Thio and BBC’s Roger Hearing to discuss a multitude of topics making headlines, including Pink Floyd’s decision to sell their catalogue and the Gamescom gaming event taking place in Germany. Of course, he also commented on the financial implications of current events, including the persistent war in Ukraine and the possible inflationary reaction to Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan.

Listen to the full interview here.


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