Carlyle executives share their views and expertise on a range of investment, public policy and economic matters through podcasts, commentaries, policy papers, TV interviews, speeches and presentations.

EconomicIndicators
Carlyle Economic Indicators

2017 Review & Outlook: Great Expectations

2017 Review & Outlook: Great Expectations

2017 Review & Outlook: Great Expectations

WEC Podcast
Podcast
Bill Conway on the Power of Wonder and Innovation

Bill Conway, Co-Founder and Co-Chief Executive Officer, discusses the causes and implications of wonder and innovation. 

Bill Conway, Co-Founder and Co-Chief Executive Officer, discusses the causes and implications of wonder and innovation. 

Bill Conway, Co-Founder and Co-Chief Executive Officer, discusses the causes and implications of wonder and…

Carlyle Comment Healthcare
Carlyle Comment
Health Care Sector Presents Opportunities for Discerning Investors

Steve Wise, Managing Director and Head of the Global Health Care team, and Jason Thomas, Carlyle Chief Economist and Director of Research, discuss the investor landscape in health care. While developed economies are focusing on cost containment, they write, emerging markets are seeing a spending shift from communicable diseases and childhood conditions to non-communicable diseases.

Steve Wise, Managing Director and Head of the Global Health Care team, and Jason Thomas, Carlyle Chief Economist and Director of Research, discuss the investor landscape in health care.…

Steve Wise, Managing Director and Head of the Global Health Care team, and Jason Thomas, Carlyle Chief Economist and…

Oil Market Commentary
Oil Market Commentary: Where the Past Is—and Is Not—Prologue

U.S. oil and gas companies have become a “swing producer” in global oil markets thanks to the development of new technologies that allow large volumes of incremental oil to be brought to market in relatively short order. “Breakeven” prices have declined to levels where any increase in spot prices is likely to elicit a material increase in U.S. production. But the U.S. accounts for just one-tenth of global crude oil production. The sharp decline in global exploration and development spending…

U.S. oil and gas companies have become a “swing producer” in global oil markets thanks to the development of new technologies that allow large volumes of incremental oil to be brought to…

U.S. oil and gas companies have become a “swing producer” in global oil markets thanks to the development of new…

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The Carlyle Edge

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