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Real VisionApril 06, 2020
Bank Insolvency, Bailouts, and Blockchain
Financial journalist Pedro DaCosta speaks with former FDIC chair Sheila Bair about the ongoing efforts of the U.S. government to contain the economic damage inflicted by the COVID-19 pandemic. She discusses the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) efforts to extend credit to endangered businesses and explores whether the Federal Reserve might use blockchain technology in order to deliver emergency cash to U.S. citizens in a more efficient (as well as hygienic) manner. Bair places these topics in context by drawing on her experience as head of the Federal Deposit Insurance, where she led the effort to protect depositors during the Great Financial Crisis.
Real VisionApril 04, 2020
Small Business & Venture Capital: The Post-Coronavirus Future
Small businesses are the backbone of any healthy economy – providing employment, supply, and demand in nearly every sector. Mark Walsh, venture capitalist and former member of the Small Business Administration, joins Vincent Catalano, chief markets strategist at Stuyvesant Capital Management, to discuss the impact that the coronavirus is having on the present and future of American small businesses. Walsh has experience at the intersection of small businesses, innovation, and the government’s role funding venture capital, and he sheds light on how the COVID-19 outbreak could permanently alter the landscape of venture capitalism and small business alike.
Real VisionApril 03, 2020
COMING SOON: Daily Briefing - April 3, 2020
PLEASE NOTE THAT FROM 4 P.M. TO 6 P.M. YOU WILL SEE A 20 MINUTE VIDEO IN THE PLACE OF THAT DAY’S EPISODE. THIS CLIP SERVES AS A PLACEHOLDER FOR THE DAY’S VIDEO — SO THAT THE MINUTE THE ACTUAL EPISODE IS READY TO AIR, WE CAN SWAP THE PLACEHOLDER OUT AND GET THE DAILY BRIEFING TO YOU AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE. With markets and headlines moving faster than ever, we are now bringing all Real Vision members a new ultra-timely show to help you keep up with the dynamic news cycle. Real Vision’s Daily Briefing will be filmed Monday through Friday after the US market closes at approximately 4:15 p.m. ET and released that same day, with the goal of having the show out before 6:00 p.m. ET. The show will always feature a host from Real Vision and a guest, sometimes a member of the editorial staff, and sometimes a contributor from outside of Real Vision. You can expect the show to be approximately 15-20 minutes in length, to cover the important developments from the day, and to tie these recent events back into the durable themes and long-form pieces that are core to Real Vision’s coverage and analysis.
Real VisionApril 03, 2020
Daily Briefing - April 3, 2020
With markets and headlines moving faster than ever, we are now bringing all Real Vision members a new ultra-timely show to help you keep up with the dynamic news cycle. Real Vision’s Daily Briefing will be filmed Monday through Friday after the US market closes at approximately 4:15 p.m. ET and released that same day, with the goal of having the show out before 6:00 p.m. ET. The show will always feature a host from Real Vision and a guest, sometimes a member of the editorial staff, and sometimes a contributor from outside of Real Vision. You can expect the show to be approximately 15-20 minutes in length, to cover the important developments from the day, and to tie these recent events back into the durable themes and long-form pieces that are core to Real Vision’s coverage and analysis.

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