Wall Street Week


Also found in: Acronyms, Wikipedia.

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.
References in periodicals archive ?
One analyst gushed on Wall Street Week that the environment for stocks was as great as in the 1950s.
He had formerly participated in a BLACK ENTERPRISE Investment Roundtable and was a frequent guest on Wall Street Week with Louis Rukeyser.
Veteran fund manager and Wall Street Week guru Lou Holland had called it right.
He is a regular feature--one of the few African Americans--on the weekly PBS show Wall Street Week with Louis Rukeyser.
Alan Bond, Wall Street Week regular and chief investment officer of his money management firm, Albriond Capital, tells investors to "get prepared for more volatility as the sector continues to consolidate over the next few months.
He is also a member of the board of trustees of the College Retirement Equities Fund (CREF) and a regular panelist on the PBS program Wall Street Week in Review with Louis Rukeyser.