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Tune in to No Quarter Radio’s “Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle”

Posted by Larry Doyle on March 22, 2009 9:35 AM |

Please join us this evening from 8-9 p.m. ET for No Quarter Radio’s Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle. With the stock market near 12 year lows, what is driving soc-promo5the flows? What is truly going on in the economy? Where are markets headed? Given the Washington political circus, how will new legislation impact the future of Wall Street? So much to cover.

Additionally, I will talk with Chuck Doyle of Business Capital in San Francisco. Chuck is one of the leading professionals in the field of debt restructuring and recapitalization, and he has been highlighted regularly in major media outlets including The Wall Street Journal and CNN. In the midst of our current economic turmoil, this conversation will be both timely and enlightening.

These are truly historic times in the global economy. Let’s “navigate the economic landscape” without the pandering or nonsense found elsewhere! What is on your mind? What would you like to address? Please share your questions and thoughts by calling in to (347) 677-0792, and also join our live chat room, which I’ll start up about 10 minutes before the show begins!

As a reminder, all NO QUARTER RADIO programming is archived and can be played back at any time. Just go to the NO QUARTER RADIO site and look for previous episodes. In addition, each program is available as a podcast on iTunes.

Many thanks to Larry Johnson and the rest of the team at No Quarter USA blog for providing such a vibrant vehicle as NO QUARTER RADIO. I look forward to having you join me Sunday evening as we collectively navigate the economic landscape!!

  • fiscalliberal

    Larry – I wonder if Chuck could comment on the position of the GM Bondholders being asked to take a 2/3 haircut verus the union taking a 1/2 hair cut.

    My question would be, would they be better in bankrupcy to recover more than 1/3

    I sent the GM Bondholders letter to your AOL account for reference if it would be of help

  • Larry Doyle

    I will try to work that into the discussion. Thanks.

  • fiscalliberal

    Larry – I was listening to the show and at the end you asked chucks opinion on my question above and I think blog talk radio cut out. It would be my guess we went over the time limit.

    Could ask – did Chuck have an opinion?

  • Larry Doyle

    I am sorry it did not get in there. Chuck thinks all sides need to get more realistic as to the state of the economy and potential payouts.

    He indicated he would not want to be in the position of actually trying to negotiate the deal given all the moving parts.

    I found th eletter to be quite interesting becaus ei think the general media has portrayed the bondholders as bieng the biggest intransigents. Not surprisingly the letter has the bondholders as being the biggest scapegoats.

  • Fiscal…I believe Chuck’s response to your question was captured in the last two minutes of the program. Put the cursor near the the end of the audio link to the show. You should be able to hear him respond.

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