This Minutes episode offers a library list about liars, operators, turtles and gods. After recapping the quiet April 5-9 week in the commodity, equities and fixed income markets, Jeff Mayberry and Sam Lau, answering the question of the week (starts at 10:44), provide the DoubleLine investment team’s favorite books for financial literacy. They also give what to watch out for next week. High up on that will be Fed Chairman Jerome Powell’s appearance this Sunday on 60 Minutes. “There’s a whole lot of ways,” Sam notes, “to get off script in that 60-minute timeframe. So stay tuned on that one!” Jeff replies, “We’ll have to watch the futures market to see how stocks are reacting.”
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