UBS On-Air podcasts

Tune in to our podcasts for conversations with analysts, influencers and market experts

Market Moves

Market Moves brings you beyond the highs and lows of the ticker, with conversations that can broaden your thinking about market behavior

In the Now

In the Now examines the events shaping our world as they unfold, with insight and discussions you may not find anywhere else

Conversations

Conversations offers a surprising array of fresh perspective—it’s advice beyond investing, with topics that can take you anywhere

UBS On-Air: Market Moves

Wealth Management Americas

A Conversation with Solita Marcelli and Jeffrey Gundlach

52:25

Solita Marcelli, CIO Americas of UBS, along with Jeffery Gundlach CEO of DoubleLine, share valuable insights and perspectives on the current investment landscape.

UBS On-Air: Paul Donovan Daily Audio 'Consumers consuming'

02:39

Japan’s April consumer price inflation was a little dull—the inflation rate slowed more or less as expected, as food prices offered disinflation. Some sources of inflation are probably not domestic in origin—although the rate has moderated, hotel price inflation remains close to 20% y/y. Very strong foreign tourist numbers helped push up those prices.

UBS On-Air: Paul Donovan Daily Audio 'The Philosophy of Politics and Economics'

02:34

US President Clinton’s admonition “It’s the economy, stupid” puts economists in their proper (superior) place. But which economy? Economists get excited about inflation, but voters think in terms of price levels—a higher price level can be considered unfair even as inflation falls. GDP is too abstract for voters, who do not care whether “growth” is -0.1% or +0.1%. Economic perceptions (honest perceptions, not sentiment surveys) drive politics.

Viewpoints with Burkhard Varnholt - A global markets podcast (Ep. 6)

13:05

With US equity indices having recently reached record levels, many investors are wondering how long this momentum can continue (and what might disrupt it). Burkhard outlines CIO’s view on equity returns, along with breaks down the anatomy of a bull market. Plus, we spend time on the implications of the bull market wealth effect to consumer behavior and economic activity.

UBS On-Air: Paul Donovan Daily Audio 'Cutting comments'

02:26

European Central Bank President Lagarde did, after all, offer policy comments yesterday—in an Irish TV interview. Lagarde signaled a June Euro area rate cut is coming, because inflation is under control. Markets already expect this. Currently, US inflation is the same as that of Europe when measured on a like-for-like basis, so why is the Federal Reserve delaying rate cuts?

UBS On-Air: In the Now

Washington Weekly Podcast: Presidential debates, FAA Bill, Ukraine update

09:53

We preview the current calendar for US Presidential debates, unpack the FAA Bill and the implications for consumers, and share takeaways from Secretary of State Blinken’s recent visit to Ukraine. Featured is Shane Lieberman, Senior Governmental Affairs Advisor, Governmental Affairs US. Host: Daniel Cassidy

Washington Weekly Podcast: Israel-Hamas War, Capitol Hill roundup

14:40

Following a pause of arms shipments to Israel from the US, Shane outlines what the response has consisted of and what might come next. We also cover this week’s efforts to remove House Speaker Mike Johnson from his post, along with the testimonies on Capitol Hill surrounding antisemitism across US school campuses. Featured is Shane Lieberman, Senior Governmental Affairs Advisors, Governmental Affairs US. Host: Daniel Cassidy

Washington Weekly Podcast: US Southern border, Middle East tour, House Speaker Johnson

12:46

Our conversation covers recent developments and potential executive action surrounding the US-Mexico border, Secretary of State Blinken’s Middle East regional tour, and a motion to vacate House Speaker Mike Johnson. Featured is Shane Lieberman, Senior Governmental Affairs Advisor, Governmental Affairs US. Host: Daniel Cassidy

Washington Weekly Podcast: Decision ’24 Polling, Agenda for Congress, US-China relations

12:50

This week we examine what national polling in currently pointing to for the race for the White House, including takeaways from this week’s Pennsylvania primary. Shane also outlines some upcoming agenda items and focuses for Congress, and shares his expectations for Secretary of State Blinken’s visit to China. Featured is Shane Lieberman, Senior Governmental Affairs Advisor, Governmental Affairs US. Host: Daniel Cassidy

Washington Weekly Podcast: Geopolitics roundup, Congressional aid packages

11:07

In the wake of recent direct conflict between Israel and Iran, Shane recaps where the conflict stands and what the response has consisted of. We also preview a key weekend up on Capitol Hill where the House is slated to vote on legislation aimed at delivering several aid packages, with House Speaker Johnson’s future in question. Featured is Shane Lieberman, Senior Governmental Affairs Advisors, Governmental Affairs US. Host: Daniel Cassidy

UBS On-Air: Conversations

Family Office Solutions in Focus - Navigating the healthcare system to be confident in your medical decisions

22:35

Leora Zach, Client Solutions Specialist for our Family Office Solutions, sits down with Stefan Zachar and Rebecca Bux from PinnacleCare to discuss why families with significant wealth could benefit from a private health advisor and the current state of the healthcare landscape in the US.

In FOcus: Family governance and educating the next generation

33:05

Mark Tepsich, Family Office Design and Governance Strategist for Family Office Solutions sits down with Kirby Rosplock, PhD Founder and CEO of Tamarind Partners to discuss how education and family governance go hand in hand especially when it comes to preparing the next generation for the responsibilities of the wealth they are born in to and the complexities that come with it.

3-Levels Podcast: Considerations for Traditional v. Roth accounts

14:40

On this episode of 3-Levels, Justin and Ainsley explain the differences between traditional accounts and Roth accounts, including considerations when it comes to contributions, frequency of account reviews, and taxes. Featured are Justin Waring, Senior Total Wealth Strategist, and Ainsley Carbone, Retirement Strategist, from the UBS Chief Investment Office. Host: Daniel Cassidy

Top of the Morning: How to prepare for (potentially) higher taxes

18:39

As US taxes are expected to rise (especially for wealthy families), spanning income tax, capital gains tax, and estate tax, Justin and Ainsley join to discuss strategies that investors can leverage in order to prepare. Featured are Justin Waring, Senior Total Wealth Strategist, and Ainsley Carbone, Retirement Strategist, from the UBS Chief Investment Office. Host: Daniel Cassidy

World Autism Awareness Month: Financial Planning considerations

22:23

Our conversation focuses on World Autism Awareness Month, an internationally recognized month to bring awareness to neurodiversity and autism. Our guest, Phil Orlando, Chief Equity Market Strategist with Federated Hermes, shares his personal experience as a father of a son with autism and his philanthropy over the years. Host: Shiavon Chatman

UBS On-Air: LatAm access Spanish

Invirtiendo en infraestructura de energías renovables

37:01

La sostenibilidad es un tema que está en todas partes, impacta nuestra vida diaria de múltiples maneras y, a menudo, resulta abrumadoramente complejo. En un mundo donde es difícil discernir cómo efectuar un cambio positivo, surge la pregunta: ¿qué se necesita para generar un impacto real? Nuestra miniserie “Sostenibilidad en acción: 6 temas claves” aborda un aspecto distinto de esta cuestión, adoptando una perspectiva sólidamente fundamentada y cuestionándola con datos y argumentos, en ocasiones, contraintuitivos. Invirtiendo en infraestructura de energías renovables - Los desafíos recientes han pesado sobre la inversión en energías renovables. Especialmente, las preocupaciones sobre las tasas de interés más altas durante más tiempo y las presiones de costos perjudican las estrategias de capital público en energía renovable. Pero las grandes brechas de inversión, la inversión corporativa y las políticas gubernamentales se están volviendo más favorables. El Global Infrastructure Hub espera que la brecha de inversión en infraestructura mundial se amplíe a USD 15 billones para 2040, lo que representa una considerable oportunidad para explotar. Por lo tanto, las inversiones privadas en energías renovables pueden ofrecer rendimientos atractivos y una diversificación vinculada a tendencias duraderas como la inteligencia artificial y la transición hacia una economía baja en carbono. Más información sobre Inversión Sostenible aquí: www.ubs.com/latamaccess-sp-si

Análisis de Perú y México ante nuevos desafíos

15:28

En este episodio de LatAm Access, Gabriela Soní, Chief Investment Officer en UBS México, y Pedro Quintanilla-Dieck, Estratega Senior de Mercados Emergentes en UBS Americas, hablan sobre las perspectivas económicas y de calificación crediticia para Perú, así como el panorama ante las elecciones de México.

Conversación con Mauricio Cardenas, Profesor de Columbia y ex ministro de Hacienda de Colombia

26:45

En este episodio de LatAm Access, Alejo Czerwonko, Chief Investment Officer Emerging Markets Americas en UBS, entrevista a Mauricio Cardenas, Profesor de Columbia y director de la Maestría en liderazgo global en esa universidad, al igual que ex ministro de Hacienda de Colombia. Discuten las tendencias macroeconómicas y políticas clave de la región, aquellos países que generan más ilusión y más cautela, el posible impacto de las elecciones estadounidenses en Latinoamérica, y principios clave de liderazgo en tiempos de crisis.

Panorama económico y geopolítico - Reuniones de primavera del Fondo Monetario Internacional y Banco Mundial

10:44

En este episodio de LatAm Access, Alejo Czerwonko, Chief Investment Officer Emerging Markets Americas en UBS, quien tuvo la oportunidad de participar en las reuniones de primavera del Fondo Monetario Internacional y Banco Mundial en Washington DC, resume los puntos clave de la conferencia. La política monetaria de la Fed, el déficit fiscal estadounidense, y las tensiones geopolíticas en Medio Oriente, dominaron la conversación.

La educación financiera: construyendo calidad de vida

27:08

En este episodio, Kai Grunauer, Director Ejecutivo para América Latina del equipo de Impacto Social y Filantropía de UBS, mantiene un diálogo con Dina Buchbinder, fundadora y Directora de Educación para Compartir, sobre la importancia de la educación financiera en la obtención de una mejora calidad de vida y en la formación de ciudadanos globales.

UBS On-Air: LatAm access Portuguese

Brasil em foco: Riscos políticos, eleições e perspectivas para 2024 em diante

32:22

Como medir os riscos políticos e os impactos da calamidade no Rio Grande do Sul? De que modo as relações institucionais entre os Poderes estão moldando a governança da Presidência? As eleições municipais vão funcionar como termômetro para a corrida presidencial em 2026? O que esperar da nova composição do Banco Central? E como “fechar” a conta fiscal em 2025? Ouça o novo episódio de abril, conduzido por Luciano Telo (CIO para o Brasil no UBS GWM) e Solange Srour (diretora de macroeconomia para o Brasil no UBS GWM), com a participação especial do renomado jornalista e consultor político, Thomas Traumann. Saiba mais sobre Economia e Mercados aqui: www.ubs.com/latamaccess-pt-mu

Queda adiada? As perspectivas para os juros nos EUA e os impactos dentro e fora do Brasil

28:44

Nesse episódio de abril, Luciano Telo (CIO para o Brasil no UBS GWM) e Ana Salles (Portfolio Manager do UBS GWM) analisam as recentes mudanças no cenário americano, com a perspectiva de adiamento da queda de juros devido ao ritmo forte da economia e da inflação persistente, e os impactos nos mercados de ações nos EUA e em outros localidades.

Mercados em movimento - Juros, inflação e as oportunidades escondidas

31:54

Nesta edição, nossos especialistas do UBS GWM mergulham nos últimos acontecimentos do mercado. Luciano Telo (CIO Brasil), Ronaldo Patah (estrategista de investimentos Brasil) e Solange Srour (diretora de macroeconomia Brasil) analisam os dados de inflação nos Estados Unidos, os novos indicadores de atividade econômica global e os impactos das recentes decisões de política monetária do BCB e do Fed para as diferentes classes de ativos. Descubra como navegar neste cenário acompanhando este episódio inédito.

Regulamentação da lei de tributação de bens no exterior

41:11

Novo episódio, Mari Yoshioka conversa com Nicole Najjar do Mattos Filho sobre as novidades trazidas pela Instruçäo Normativa 2.180/24 em relação às importantes decisões que deverão ser tomada em breve.

Crescimento, desinflação e queda de juros: O cenário perfeito está no horizonte?

33:51

A economia dos Estados Unidos começou o ano com boas notícias, tanto do ponto de vista de crescimento, quanto de inflação. Entre o pouso suave e o cenário perfeito, qual pode ser o impacto para os mercados? Saiba mais conferindo este episódio deste podcast, conduzido por Luciano Telo (CIO para o Brasil no UBS GWM) e Ronaldo Patah (Estrategista de Investimentos para o Brasil no UBS GWM).

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