Why I Think CarolineHyde Is Nice
Being a mitigated Marxist with a propensity to take
cum grano salis
the fast and furious financial information that comes my way onsatellite television, I do admit that I tune in regularly to obtain asuperficial notion of what is going on across the business world. Itis important to know whether or not the stock market has againcrashed, to see Bernanke (remember Alan Greenspan!) and Draghiin their hot seats, and to dream on a bit with the economic guruswho pontificate about the future of the economies of everyone else.What stuns me beyond belief is the fact that those who have beenresponsible for the roll of economic disasters that have been nowplaguing us for decades, are the same fellows who claim that theycan bring us out of this continuing calamity! The show must go on,and the individuals who are interviewed on BLOOMBERG and MNBCsurely are adroit at pushing the Drama of Business buttons—thisdisgusting gnawing of unending uncertainty.Nevertheless, I hardly ever miss a broadcast in the morning (07:30Central European Time) when my best-loved broadcastess, CarolineHyde, is on the air. It is coincidental that at 07:30, when I do mymorning exercises, she shares the limelight with Mark Barton andManus Cranny, and this super crew gets rolling with their flow of info which I only wish I could believe. They are just so good abouthow they say what they say!Caroline Hyde is a delightfully bright (holds a BA degree, fromOxford, in Politics, Philosophy & Economics) and an excruciatinglycute BLOOMBERG protagonist. Solid as a rock. Dignified, too. Sheis concise, very well prepared for her broadcasts, has never trippedover a word during the years I have watched her, and she has asmile that melts ice. She is always pleasant, and never has beenuppity or full of herself during her presentations. (I'll bet she's asassy little rapscallion in real life!) Tune in and gaze at the charming Caroline!She might help you lay to rest your sovereign debt blues.