NQR’s Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle Welcomes John Ryding, Sunday Night at 8pm ET
Posted by Larry Doyle on January 30, 2010 8:07 PM |
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4th quarter 2009 GDP came in at 5.7%. November’s employment report showed a gain in jobs. Consumer confidence increased in January. Are these readings to be believed? Will the positive trend continue?
On the flip side of the coin, new home sales in January came in much less than expected. Durable goods orders also disappointed. Jobless claims remain stubbornly high.
What is really going on in the economy? Where can you go to make sense of it all and most effectively navigate the economic landscape in the process? You have come to the right place as this Sunday evening from 8-9pm No Quarter Radio’s Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle Welcomes John Ryding of RDQ Economics. What can we learn about about RDQ and John Ryding?
RDQ Economics provides global macroeconomic research with an emphasis on U.S. economic fundamentals and monetary policy.
Our research is driven by consistent application of classical economic and monetary principles and has generated superior anticipation of changes in the stance of monetary policy and of movements in economic growth and inflation.
The founders of RDQ Economics, John Ryding and Conrad DeQuadros, have a combined experience of 26 years on Wall Street and 12 years of experience in central banking at the Federal Reserve and the Bank of England. John and Conrad have worked closely with fixed income, foreign exchange, and equity traders and portfolio managers, which has enabled their research to be tailored to a clientele that is focused on trading and investment decisions.
More specifically we learn:
John Ryding is the Chief Economist and a founding partner of RDQ Economics.
John was at Bear Stearns from 1991 to 2008—-most recently as the Chief U.S. Economist–where he was responsible for analyzing and forecasting U.S. economic trends and monetary policy. Prior to joining Bear Stearns, he was a Senior Economist at the New York Fed from 1989 to 1991 and an Economic Advisor to the Bank of England, where he worked from 1980 to 1989.
John graduated Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, England in 1980. John is a frequent commentator on Bloomberg, CNBC, CNN, Fox Business News and the BBC.
John is widely regarded as one of the top economists on Wall Street today. I am honored to have him on the show and help us navigate the economic landscape.
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