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Careers on Wall Street (Whitman Juniors NYC Trip)

  • 06 Jan 2014
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Doubletree Suites Hotel - 1568 Broadway (5th fl)

Registration

Careers on Wall Street: Advice from a 30-year Wall Street Veteran and Economist


Gain valuable insight from Bloomberg's Richard Yamarone

Network and share career insights with current Whitman finance and marketing students 

Hosted by The Whitman Career Center
RSVP to rmmaturo@syr.edu by Friday, December 27th




Richard Yamarone is an economist who has roughly three decades of experience and focuses on monetary & fiscal policy, economic indicators, fixed income, commodities, and general macroeconomic conditions for Bloomberg Brief: Economics, a daily newsletter that features analysis, data and news on the forces shaping the global economy. Mr. Yamarone and the Bloomberg Briefs economics team provide in-depth analysis of macroeconomic data, policy and trends and how they will impact financial markets.

Earlier in his career, Mr. Yamarone was director of economic research at Argus Research and a member of the firm's investment policy committee. He has consulted to monetary and fiscal policymakers and served as an economic adviser to major U.S. corporations. In addition, Mr. Yamarone has held senior positions for several international and domestic money center and investment banks. 

The author of Trader’s Guide to Key Economic Indicators (Bloomberg Press, 2012), Mr. Yamarone is a member of the National Association for Business Economists, the American Economic Association, the New York State Economics Association and the Money Marketeers of New York University. He has won numerous accolades for his
work, including being featured as one of the top 10 economists in the U.S. by USA Today in 2007 and “Nostradamus of the Financial Industry” by Bank Advisor in 2008 for his prediction of the financial crises. 

Bloomberg Briefs are available to customers of the Bloomberg Professional® service at no additional cost. Non-Bloomberg users can subscribe to the newsletters at www.bloomberg.com/brief.
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