Three leading financial analysts join Theodore Roosevelt IV, Managing Director of Barclay's Capital, for a discussion of the state of the American and global economy and prospects for near and long term recovery.
Marc Chandler has been covering the global capital markets in one fashion or another for nearly 20 years, working at economic consulting firms and global investment banks.
Currently, Chandler is the chief foreign exchange strategist at Brown Brothers Harriman. Founded in 1818, BBH is the the oldest and largest partnership bank in America. Brown Brothers Harriman currently operates in seven domestic and seven overseas locations with over 4,000 employees.
Brian Fabbri is the Chief U.S. Economist for North America at the European banking and financial group BNP Paribas, based in New York. In this position, he provides BNP Paribas traders and clients with forecasts on economic, political and financial developments in North America and publishes a weekly economic report.
Prior to joining the bank in 1994, Fabbri was chief international economist for Midland Global Markets, a director of the Midland Bank Plc. asset-liability committee and executive director of Midland Bank. He also worked as senior vice president, chief economist and director of institutional research at Thomson McKinnon, and as vice president and senior economist at Salomon Brothers.
He appears regularly on CNBC and other business networks and radio shows, and is a member of the National Association of Business Economists, the New York Association of Business Economists, the Downtown Economists Club and the Money Marketers. Fabbri earned a Ph.D. at New York University.
Larry Kantor is Head of Research at Barclays Capital.