CNBC’s Becky Quick goes one-on-one with Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett to discuss the Goldman Sachs fraud charges, financial regulation, the economy and unemployment, and housing. Buffett also talks about Government deficit spending and interest rates on Government debt and more.
Towards the end of the interview Buffett defends the rating agencies including Moody’s and states that they have an excellent business model. This is interesting in light of the fact that Buffett has recently been drastically reducing Berkshire’s stake in Moody’s/
This is a one hour interview that was taken yesterday May 3rd.
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For anyone who is getting bored of the Buffett stuff do not worry I have some other articles coming out. I just came out with my monthly valuation article, I will be interviewing Mohnish Pabrai, I will be doing some interesting book reviews, and more!
Below is the hour long video with Becky Quick: