You are right about Murray not looking comfortable early on. She was a bit out of comfort zone.
Don't agree about comment on competence. Murray worked for many years in research and institutional sales on Wall St for Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank (she was VP of institutional sales), William Blair and also founded her own company North South Capital. She knows her stuff and clearly is respected by CEOs and other guests that knew her in her previous career. A lot more than a pretty face
Amanda is a great reporter and glad to see BNN have her back. However, her background is in journalism. Originally with newspaper - National Post? Then with BNN/CBC. Doesn't have the in-depth business/financial background that Murray has but no doubt has picked up a lot on-the-job.
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