Brian Gendreau is a Richardson Fellow, Clinical Professor of Finance, and Director of the Latin American Business Environment program at the University of Florida. Previously Brian was a market strategist at ING, Heckman Global Advisors, and Salomon Smith Barney, and head of emerging market economics at JP Morgan. Before that he was an economist with the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. Brian has a PhD in from the Wharton School and a MA in international relations from Johns Hopkins SAIS. He has appeared frequently on CNBC, Fox Business television, and Bloomberg television.
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Jun 21, 2017 15:56 pm UTC| Insights & Views
Editors note: President Donald Trump announced on Friday a partial reversal of former President Barack Obamas policy of engagement with Cuba. Trump restored travel restrictions and prohibited financial transactions with...
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