2008

DECEMBER

Los Angeles Times - December 31, 2008
Professor Greenberger explains how financial sleight of hand policies have further doomed the balance sheets of some California cities.

WUSA, Channel 9 (Washington, D.C.) - December 31, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the latest news regarding the collapse of AIG.

Newsweek - December 24, 2008
Professor Greenberger gives analysis of the bailout plan and its failure to address the root causes of today's financial crisis.

WUSA, Channel 9 (Washington, D.C.) - December 24, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the latest developments in the Madoff scandal.

Propublica - December 19, 2008
Under new leadership.

The Street - December 17, 2008
 

WUSA, Channel 9 (Washington, D.C.) - December 17, 2008
Professor Greenberger explains how the latest moves by the Fed could stimulate the economy.

"This Week," RTE Radio (Ireland) - Dec. 14, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the latest appointments to President-elect Obama's economic team.

WUSA, Channel 9 (Washington, D.C.) - December 4, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the latest developments of the financial crisis.

NOVEMBER

Nightly Business Report, PBS - November 27, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the push for derivatives regulation.

WUSA, Channel 9 (Washington, D.C.) - November 26, 2008
Professor Greenberger explains the new $800 billion bailout and what it means for Main Street.

Caribbean Net News - November 25, 2008
Professor Greenberger speaks at an economic summit hosted by President Leonel Fernandez of the Dominican Republic.

Here and Now, WBUR (NPR) - November 24, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses President-elect Obama's economic team, Citigroup rescue plan.

The Christian Science Monitor - November 24, 2008
Professor Greenberger comments on the role of credit default swaps.

Listin Diario (Dominican Republic) - November 23, 2008
President Leonel Fernandez of the Dominican Republic.

WUSA, Channel 9 (Washington, D.C.) - November 19, 2008
Auto companies.

All Things Considered, WNYC (NPR) - November 13, 2008
Professor Greenberger explains the financial regulatory environment and what changes could be made in the new administration.

Nightly Business Report, PBS - November 12, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the push for derivatives regulation.

Legal Times - November 10, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the Commodity Exchange Act and derivatives regulation.

Fox Business News - November 6, 2008

OCTOBER

E-Commerce Times - October 31, 2008
Professor Greenberger gives a definition of 'credit default swap.'

Reuters - October 30, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the link between the credit crisis and energy speculation.

Nightly Business Report, PBS - October 29, 2008
Professor Greenberger explains how a hands-off regulatory approach to credit default swaps paved the way for the financial crisis.

WUSA TV, Channel 9 (Washington, D.C.) - October 29, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the latest information about the bailout and the Fed's plan to cut interest rates.

U.S. Banker - October 28, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses CFTC and SEC regulatory approach to credit default swaps.

Baltimore Business Journal - October 22, 2008
Professor Greenberger explains roots of financial crisis and discusses solutions at an Urban Land Institute Forum.

Marketplace, NPR - October 21, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the settlement of Lehman Brothers' credit default swaps.

The Street - October 21, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses regulation of credit default swaps.

The New York Times - October 19, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the proponderance of former Goldman Sachs directors and executives now working in public posts 
at the federal level.

Las Vegas Sun - October 19, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the similarities between credit default swaps and gambling.

The Washington Post - October 15, 2008
Professor Greenberger explains the CFTC's push for derivatives regulation in the late 90s.

File on 4, BBC Radio 4 - October 14, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses credit default swaps, Lehman Brothers and bank bailouts.

Bloomberg - October 14, 2008
Kashkari to head the Office of Financial Stability.
Professor Greenberger discusses the impact of frozen credit markets.

The New York Times - October 9, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the fight to regulate derivatives.

Arizona Republic - October 9, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the Glass-Steagall Act.

The Gazette - October 9, 2008
Professor Greenberger co-moderates a business law forum focusing on the subprime meltdown.

Propublica - October 9, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the fight to regulate derivatives in the late 90s.

WUSA, Channel 9 (Washington, D.C.) - October 8, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the Fed's latest interest rate cut.

CNN Money - October 7, 2008
Professor Greenberger explains the need for swaps regulation.

Associate Press - October 6, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the unregulated swaps market.

CNN's Lou Dobbs Tonight - October 6, 2008
Professor Greenberger comments on the naming of the interim head of the Wall Street bailout.

60 Minutes - October 5, 2008
Professor Greenberger explains credit default swaps and their role in the subprime mortgage meltdown.

This American Life - October 3, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the events that led to the deregulation of credit default swaps.

WUSA, Channel 9 (Washington, D.C.) - October 1, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the Wall Street bailout and the frozen credit markets.

SEPTEMBER

Fortune - September 30, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the $55 trillion credit default swaps market.

Philadelphia Inquirer - September 30, 2008
Professor Greenberger comments on the impact of Citigroup's purchase of Wachovia Corp.

WTOP Radio (Washington, D.C.) - September 29, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the latest developments of the financial crisis.

Las Vegas Sun - September 28, 2008
Professor Greenberger expresses the need for regulation of credit default swaps.

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - September 28, 2008
Professor Greenberger explains the ramifications of deregulatory provisions in the Commodity Futures Modernization Act.

Business Week - September 24, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, and commercial banks.

The Wall Street Journal - September 24, 2008
Professor Greenberger comments on the SEC's call for more regulation of credit default swaps.

CNN Money - September 23, 2008
Professor Greenberger explains the need for more regulation of credit default swaps.

The Daily Record - September 23, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the nondelegation doctrine.

The Diane Rehm Show, WAMU (NPR) - September 22, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the latest developments in the Wall Street financial crisis.

Forbes - September 22, 2008
Professor Greenberger comments on effects of legislation that deregulated credit default swaps.

This Week, RTE News (Ireland) - September 21, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses ramifications of federal intervention in financial institutions and what caused the current crisis.

Politico - September 20, 2008
Professor Greenberger comments on effects of legislation that deregulated credit default swaps.

The Patt Morrison Show, KPCC 89.3 FM - September 19, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses ramifications of federal intervention in the financial markets.

Los Angeles Times - September 19, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the prospect of Resolution Trust Corp.-type action to address Wall Street woes.

CBS Evening News - September 18, 2008
Professor Greenberger comments on federal government response to bank crisis.

KCBS Radio (San Francisco) - September 18, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses world central banks' move to pump almost $200 billion into global market.

Business Week - September 17, 2008
Professor Greenberger explains how antiregulatory ideology wreaked havoc on the markets.

Fresh Air, WHYY (NPR) - September 17, 2008
Professor Greenberger explains how the recent turmoil on Wall Street could trigger a domino effect for economies around the world.

Business News Network (Canada) - September 16, 2008
Professor Greenberger explains how credit default swaps led to steep losses for AIG.

WBUR Radio, Boston (NPR) - September 15, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the collapse of Lehman Brothers.

Business Week - September 11, 2008
Professor Greenberger explains the correlation between falling oil prices and tougher oversight, regulation.

WUSA (Channel 9, Washington, D.C.) - September 10, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses how takeover of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac will affect U.S. taxpayers.

Los Angeles Times - September 8, 2008
Professor Greenberger comments on federal takeover of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

AUGUST

Listin Diario - August 31, 2008
Professor Greenberger speaks at a conference in the Dominican Republic on excessive crude oil speculation.

Hoy - August 30, 2008
Professor Greenberger speaks at a conference in the Dominican Republic on excessive crude oil speculation.

WUSA (Channel 9, Washington, D.C.) - August 27, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the subprime mortgage crisis and its effect on large financial institutions.

Futures & Options Week - August 22, 2008
Professor Greenberger says U.K. financial regulators aren't doing enough to crack down on excessive speculation.

The Washington Post - August 21, 2008
Professor Greenberger comments on release of information that revealed speculators control oil market.

The Disciplined Investor - August 17, 2008
Professor Greenberger says action on The Hill contributed to drop in oil prices.

Mother Jones - August 15, 2008
Professor Greenberger explains how credit default swaps impact the commodities markets.

The Guardian - August 15, 2008
Professor Greenberger says U.K. financial regulators aren't doing enough to crack down on excessive speculation.

The Investigation, BBC Radio - August 14, 2008
Professor Greenberger says U.K. financial regulators aren't doing enough to crack down on excessive speculation.

The Press Association - August 14, 2008
Professor Greenberger says U.K. financial regulators aren't doing enough to crack down on excessive speculation.

West Sussex Gazette - August 14, 2008
Professor Greenberger says U.K. financial regulators aren't doing enough to crack down on excessive speculation.

Investment News - August 11, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses move in Congress to stop excessive speculation in commodity markets.

MSN MoneyBlog - August 8, 2008
Professor Greenberger's Congressional testimony listed as "required reading" by financial columnist.

MSN Money - August 7, 2008
Professor Greenberger explains ramifications of the Enron loophole with financial expert Andrew Horowitz.

Marin Independent Journal - August 7, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses GAAP and the balance sheet of Redwood Trust.

The New Nation - August 7, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses speculation and world food markets.

Detroit Free Press - August 7, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses how speculation and supply/demand impact the price of oil.

Background Briefing, ABC National Radio (Australia) - August 3, 2008
Professor Greenberger explains the effect heavy long positions in index funds have on commodity prices.

JULY

Up All Night, BBC Radio - July 30, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the Fed's move to help struggling U.S. financial institutions.

Beyond the Sound Bite - July 23, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses excessive speculation in "dark markets" and how futures affect spot prices.

News Blaze - July 22, 2008
Professor Greenberger explains why unregulated online speculation has lead to soaring energy prices.

National Journal - July 11, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses legislation targeting excessive speculation introduced by a bipartisan coalition of Senators.

The Wall Street Journal - July 11, 2008
Professor Greenberger testifies before the U.S. House Committee on Agriculture and a U.S. House Appropriations Subcommittee.

WNYC, New York Public Radio - July 9, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses where regulation is necessary in the free market.

Fortune - July 7, 2008
Professor Greenberger says more light needs to shine on unregulated, "dark markets."

McClatchy Newspapers - July 7, 2008
Professor Greenberger explains the impact of a meaningful investigation of excessive speculation in energy markets.

Seeking Alpha - July 2, 2008
Professor Greenberger explains how financial speculation accounts for more than 80 percent of trading volumes.

Philadelphia Daily News - July 1, 2008
Professor Greenberger says credit default swaps are at the heart of the subprime meltdown.

JUNE

The Dallas Morning News - June 29, 2008
Professor Greenberger explains Sen. Gramm's role in passing legislation that deregulated financial instruments in the banking and 
energy industries.

The Disciplined Investor - June 29, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the Enron loophole, the London loophole, and the skyrocketing price of oil.

WUSA (Channel 9, Washington, D.C.) - June 25, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses his testimony before Congress, explains how speculators are working in unregulated markets to 
drive up the price of oil.

The Washington Times - June 24, 2008
Professor Greenberger testifies before U.S. House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, regarding excessive speculation.

C-SPAN - June 23, 2008
Professor Greenberger testifies before U.S. House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, regarding excessive speculation.

Financial Times - June 20, 2008
Professor Greenberger comments on policy differences between the CFTC and its U.K. equivalent, FSA.

ABC World News - June 19, 2008
Professor Greenberger comments on indictment of Bear Stearns subprime mortgage hedge fund managers.

Countdown with Keith Olbermann (MSNBC) - June 18, 2008
Professor Greenberger explains how closing the Enron loophole will immediately bring down the price of oil.

Maryland Morning, WYPR (NPR) - June 18, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the role of oil speculators in the futures market and rising gas prices.

CBS Evening News - June 17, 2008
Professor Greenberger comments on volume of oil futures contracts traded on unregulated electronic exchanges.

McClatchy Newspapers - June 17, 2008
Professor Greenberger comments on CFTC's new regulations applied to the Intercontinental Exchange.

Marketplace (NPR) - June 16, 2008
Professor Greenberger explains the effect deregulated commodities markets have on energy prices.

CNBC - June 12, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses legislation aimed at lowering commodity prices.

USA Today - June 12, 2008
Professor Greenberger estimates large banks and hedge funds have driven the up the price of crude oil by 25 percent.

McClatchy Newspapers - June 10, 2008
Professor Greenberger comments on CFTC task force created to study role of speculators.

The Diane Rehm Show, WAMU (NPR) - June 10, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the value of the dollar and its impact on the economy.

Business Week - June 9, 2008
Professor Greenberger says the only way to permanently deflate the commodities market is more aggressive oversight.

McClatchy Newspapers - June 9, 2008
Professor Greenberger explains what the federal government could do to lower oil prices.

The Washington Post - June 6, 2008
Professor Greenberger comments on CFTC investigation of "dark markets."

C-SPAN - June 3, 2008
Professor Greenberger testifies before U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, regarding energy market 
manipulation.

The Hill - June 3, 2008
Professor Greenberger testifies before U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, regarding energy market 
manipulation.

MAY

Bloomberg - May 31, 2008
Professor Greenberger says oil market investigation is the result of a bipartisan belief that speculation is driving up gas prices.

CNN - May 30, 2008
Professor Greenberger comments on CFTC investigation of oil trading and market manipulation.

Bloomberg - May 30, 2008
Professor Greenberger comments on CFTC investigation of oil trading and market manipulation.

C-SPAN - May 27, 2008
Professor Greenberger discusses the role of oil speculators in the futures market.

APRIL

Fresh Air, WHYY (NPR) - April 3, 2008
Professor Greenberger explains complex derivatives and their effect on the economy.

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