Wall Street Week


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Wall Street Week

A television show that aired on PBS between 1970 and 2005. The show summarized stock market performance for the week and featured a panel that made recommendations for the coming week. Panelists routinely made predictions for future market movements. It was the first major show of its type and, at its peak, was one of the most followed programs for investment advice. See also: Elves, Wall Street Week Index, Elves Index.
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Starting today, full Wall Street Week programs, select show clips and web extras will be available on Asset TV channels, including the Bloomberg Terminal Network, Reuters Insider and HFA TV.
But Wall Street Week is hardly the only media outfit that mystifies the market.
The keynote speakerwill be Ralph Acampora of the populartelevision show Wall Street Week.
Public television--which now features shows like Wall Street Week and Nightly Business Report--would find ways to air regular programs that might be called Main Street Week or Nightly Labor Report.
Thomas Mason [of the Norman, Oklahoma-based Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association] used to enjoy watching Bond on Wall Street Week with Louis Rukeyser, and that he is sorry Bond turned out to be a crook.
John Dessauer, whose global investing strategies placed him in Wall Street Week with Louis Rukeyser's Winner's Circle every year since 1995;
In addition to appearing on CNBC, PBS's Wall Street Week and other investment broadcasts, Coy has published numerous articles in industry journals and is frequently quoted in financial and industry publications on water sector issues.
The new Wall Street Week will be an extension of the content, people and predictions that have been the hallmark of the SALT conference since its inception six years ago.
He had formerly participated in a BLACK ENTERPRISE Investment Roundtable and was a frequent guest on Wall Street Week with Louis Rukeyser.
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