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Billionaire investor Nelson Peltz says he talks every week to Sen. Joe Manchin, who is pushing to cut Biden agenda

Billionaire Nelson Peltz told CNBC on Wednesday that he talks every week to Sen. Joe Manchin, a centrist Democrat who is pushing to shrink President Biden's agenda. Peltz was previously a big supporter of President Donald Trump, which led to his Florida home being a venue for one of the former commander in chief's 2020 reelection fundraisers.
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Nelson Peltz on why inflation could be a good sign

Nelson Peltz, CEO of Trian Partners, joins 'Halftime Report' with his take on the markets and inflation. "The inflation is a lot of people making more money, and I'm not just talking about guys like me," he tells Scott Wapner. "I'm talking about the average Joe who's wages have gone up as a result of Covid, as a result of scarcity and I think that's a good thing."
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CNBC Transcript: Trian Partners CEO & Founding Partner Nelson Peltz Speaks with CNBC’s “Fast Money Halftime Report” Today

WHERE: CNBC's "Fast Money Halftime Report" Following is the unofficial transcript from a CNBC interview with Trian Partners CEO & Founding Partner Nelson Peltz on CNBC's "Fast Money Halftime Report" (M-F, 12PM-1PM ET) today, Wednesday, October 20th in honor of the 10th anniversary of the program. Following is a link to video on CNBC.com: https://www.cnbc.com/video/2021/10/20/nelson-peltz-on-why-inflation-could-be-a-good-sign.html.
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These Are The Top Stock Holdings Of Nelson Peltz

Nelson Peltz is a billionaire and activist hedge fund manager. Peltz co-founded Trian Fund Management in 2005 along with Ed Garden and Peter May. He is known for investing in underperforming, undervalued companies and then works with their management toward an operational turnaround. Peltz’s proxy fight for a board seat at Procter & Gamble back in 2017 is one of his biggest wins. Let’s take a look at the top stock holdings of Nelson Peltz.
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Nelson Peltz to step down from P&G board (Aug 5)

(Reuters) - Procter & Gamble Co said on Thursday activist investor Nelson Peltz would step down from the company's board at the end of his term later this year. The consumer goods giant appointed the founder of Trian Fund Management to its board in 2018, following a bitter months-long proxy fight - the biggest ever involving a U.S. company at the time.
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Nelson Peltz Announces Plans to Step Down from P&G’s Board

Nelson Peltz, CEO and founding partner of Trian Fund Management, will step down from Procter & Gamble’s board of directors at the end of his term later this year. A member of the Board since 2018, Peltz has served on the Governance & Public Responsibility and Innovation & Technology Committees.
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Nelson Peltz to step down from P&G board (Aug 5)

(Reuters) - Procter & Gamble (NYSE:PG) Co said on Thursday activist investor Nelson Peltz would step down from the company's board at the end of his term later this year. The consumer goods giant appointed the founder of Trian Fund Management to its board in 2018, following a bitter months-long proxy fight - the biggest ever involving a U.S. company at the time.
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Nelson Peltz to step down from P&G board

Aug 5 (Reuters) - Procter & Gamble Co (PG.N) said on Thursday activist investor Nelson Peltz would step down from the company's board at the end of his term later this year. The consumer goods giant appointed the founder of Trian Fund Management to its board in 2018, following a bitter months-long proxy fight - the biggest ever involving a U.S. company at the time.
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The week in investor relations: ‘Unprecedented’ earnings, Nelson Peltz to step down from P&G board and Boris Johnson calls for ‘investment big bang’

– US stocks ‘advanced broadly’ early this week, bouncing back from earlier losses to bring the S&P 500 to a closing high on Tuesday, reported the Wall Street Journal (paywall). A solid earnings season has helped bolster investors’ optimism that stocks can ‘continue to grind higher’ following an already strong 2021 rally, said the paper, adding that money managers are counting on continued support from central banks and economic data that still shows growth to further support markets. ‘It has been a pretty strong earnings season and that justifies the medium-term positive view that we have on stocks,’ the WSJ quoted Justin Onuekwusi, head of retail multi-asset funds at Legal & General Investment Management as saying. ‘Earnings typically always beat the average analyst estimate, but for the second quarter in a row, they are coming in above the highest estimates, which is pretty unprecedented.’
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Nelson Peltz Won't Seek Re-Election To P&G Board

Activist investor Nelson Peltz spent millions fighting for a spot on Procter & Gamble's board in 2017, and Cincinnati-based P&G also spent millions to fend off that bid. The months-long proxy battle was the biggest and most expensive ever. Peltz, the CEO and a founding partner of Trian Fund Management,...
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Nelson Peltz to step down from P&G board

(Reuters) - Procter & Gamble Co said on Thursday activist investor Nelson Peltz would step down from the company’s board at the end of his term later this year. The consumer goods giant appointed the founder of Trian Fund Management to its board in 2018, following a bitter months-long proxy fight - the biggest ever involving a U.S. company at the time.
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