A very special edition of Closing Bellcoming up today, where Maria Bartiromo will be broadcasting live from The Economist's Buttonwood Gathering at Pace University. We'll be addressing the theme "Fixing Finance" with our exclusive line-up of guests.
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner goes one-on-one interview with Bartiromo and hear what he has to say about the future of capitalism.
Roger Altman, former Deputy Treasury Secretary and Chairman of Evercore Partners will discuss his concerns about the dollar's decline and what Washington needs to do to restore confidence in the greenback.
We'll also get perspective on the shape of the housing recovery with Robert Shiller of Yale University. Plus, restoring trust and confidence in the market with Deven Sharma, President of Standard & Poor's. He'll tell us what changes his ratings agency has made after being under fire to giving AAA ratings to sub-prime mortgage bonds just before that segment of the market collapsed.
We'll also have an exclusive interview with Jeff Kindler, Chairman and CEO of Pfizer , as the company wraps up its acquisition of Wyeth. With the biggest M&A deal of the year in its bag, Kindler will discuss the road ahead for the pharmaceutical giant and whether he sees more deals in the drug sector. On a week where the Dow hit the psychological 10,000 level, we'll get you set up for the new trading week with David Darst, Chief Investment Strategist at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney and David Kelly, Chief Market Strategist at JPMorgan Funds.
Also on deck, Lucas Rosen of Scottenfeld Group with the investor perspective on the markets.
Liza Tan contributed to this article
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