Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Bundchen misquoted?

Supermodel Gisele Not in Buffett's Bear Camp on Dollar After All, Manager Tells CNBC

It turns out that supermodel Gisele Bundchen isn't siding with Warren Buffett as a U.S. dollar bear after all, her manager tells CNBC.This morning a Bloomberg story got picked up by several news outlets, including Warren Buffett Watch, reporting that Bundchen had asking to be paid in euros rather than dollars due to uncertainty about the U.S. currency's future. That would have put her in the same camp as Buffett, who's been bearish on the dollar for awhile now.But just a few minutes ago, CNBC Squawk Box producer Stephanie Landsman spoke by telephone with Anne Nelson, Bundchen's manager. Nelson tells us reports that Gisele wants to be paid in euros are "false

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3 thoughts on “Bundchen misquoted?

  • dohousescrashinthewoods says:

    Did someone say “unpatriotic” to her manager?

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  • Safe As A Crash says:

    typical of this nation being worried about nonsense more than anything else…

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  • Thats funny.

    The FED injects the best part of $200 billion and China and other countries are rolling out as fast as possible, but if Bundchen is shorting – its all over. Wheel in the PR guys.

    Sad thing is.. they are probably right.

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