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  • Associated Bank Market Outlook: 10/15/19

    On October 15th, 2019 Steve Grzanich shares the day’s potential market drivers: A number of Federal Reserve speakers are out today including James Bullard, Raphael Bostic, Esther George, and Mary Daly Johnson & Johnson, JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo, City Group and Goldman Sachs all report earnings today


    Wintrust Business Lunch 10/14/19: Flying Cars in 2025, Bernie’s Tax Plan, & Boeing CEO Out As Chairman

    Steve Bertrand, hosts the afternoon business program discussing a range of subjects from the possibility of flying cars becoming a reality by 2025, to the way Bernie Sanders’ corporate tax plan could impact the wallets of consumers. Segment 1: (At 0:00) Jim Dallke, Sr. Editor at Chicago Inno, & Katherine Davis, Associate Editor at Chicago Inno, kicked off the week by toying with futuristic aspirations of flying cars from Boeing & Porsche, a new app to take food delivery to the next level and […]

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    The Opening Bell 10/14/19: Shining A Brighter Light on The College Admissions Market

    The traditional college admissions process has been in the spotlight since the admissions scandal was exposed to the world earlier this year and Marisa Fernandez (Reporter at Axios) shared with Don Kleppin (filling in for Steve Grzanich) the details of another side of the college admissions market where the College Board is purchasing data on students and their parents. (At 12:18) Don then lined up the conversation between Steve Grzanich and Meghan Dwyer (Investigative Reporter at WGN TV) on the […]

  • Associated Bank Market Outlook: 10/14/19

    On October 14th, 2019 Steve Grzanich shares the day’s potential market drivers: Earnings from Farellgas Partners, PacWest Bank Corp, and Tootsie Roll Industries among others are scheduled for today The Empire State Manufacturing Index will be released tomorrow The Federal Reserve shares the Beige Book on Wednesday  


    Wintrust Business Lunch 10/11/19: Adjusting Food Truck Laws, Marijuana Entrepreneurship, & Top 5 City Skyscrapers

    Steve Bertrand, hosts the afternoon business program discussing a range of subjects from a Chicago food truck challenging laws in the Supreme Court, to the five most influential skyscrapers in Chicago right now. Segment 1: (At 0:00) Alexia Elejalde-Ruiz, Food Industry Reporter at Chicago Tribune, reported on the moves in the food truck scene here in the city and how the Cupcakes for Courage truck is meeting with the U.S. Supreme Court to try and change some of the city […]

  • The Opening Bell 10/11/19: Money Management Basics – Starting From Square One

    The economy is the chugging along and Wall Street is relatively happy, but Paul Nolte (SVP at Kingsview Wealth Management) is keeping his eyes on the Federal Reserve as they plan on meeting later this month to decide if they will be dropping interest rates even further. Steve Grzanich and Paul discussed this economic strategy to keep the country moving along but they also talked about finance that closer to home – they touched on the responsible way to take […]

  • Associated Bank Market Outlook: 10/11/19

    On October 11th, 2019 Steve Grzanich shares the day’s potential market drivers: Import/Export Prices for September are out today Preliminary estimates of the October Consumer Sentiment Index is released later this morning


    Wintrust Business Lunch 10/10/19: Tech Toys Coming Soon, Suppressing Retirement Suspicions & City Real Estate

    Steve Bertrand, hosts the afternoon business program discussing a range of subjects from consumer technology that could be on holiday shopping lists soon, to the hottest real estate selling fast in Chicago. Segment 1: (At 0:00) Ian Sherr, Editor-at-Large at CNET,  shared the latest updates in consumer tech with Amazon planning on creating a durable Amazon Kindle for children, Apple creating an augmented reality eyewear set for iPhones and much more. Segment 2: (At 9:30) Bill Geiger, CEO of Geiger […]

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    Bill Geiger on the Excitement of Putting Retirement Suspicions to Rest

    Planning for what is going to be for lunch one day is easy. Looking at what the month might hold takes a little bit of time and effort. That being the case, planning for retirement and the next stage of life that could last 20-30 years can lead to great uncertainty. Steve Bertrand and Bill Geiger (CEO of Geiger Wealth Management) discussed a recent Barrons article that touched on the number of Americans that aren’t ready for retirement, but they […]

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    The Opening Bell 10/10/19: New Data Shows Labor Unions Trending Towards More Unrest

    Some say the recession could happen by the end of the year while others are confident there is plenty of room left to do business before things slow down. At the moment, it’s not the biggest concern for Dan Barrins (SVP in the Commercial Real Estate Group at Associated Bank) because he explained to Steve Grzanich on the weekly Associated Bank Thought Leader conversation that the CRE industry is still moving along at a steady pace. One of the only outliers he […]

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