Daily Archives: March 18, 2016

This song has its roots in an ancient refugee crisis and the more recent struggle for racial equality. Over the years, it’s been adopted by Fats Waller, The Four Lads and the rapper M.I.A.

Written by Helen Brown and read by Anna Metcalfe. Credit: Hit Wonder, Document Records, Diamond Coast, Sinetone AMR and XL Recordings.

 

Why did the Federal Reserve turn so dovish? Citigroup FX strategist Steven Englander offers his theories to Roger Blitz, and explains why global factors are playing such a key role in determining the US rate hike path

 

David Burkus, author of Under New Management, joins co-hosts Shannon Bond and Cardiff Garcia to debate the merits and pitfalls of open-plan offices, transparent salary structures and unlimited vacation policies. Then, Citi’s chief global political risk analyst, Tina Fordham, discusses the extent to which the economy effectively prices in political risk, and reveals the findings from her recent paper on the missed potential of women in the global economy. Visit FT.com/alphachat for show notes and links.