India Secretary of Finance Subhash Chandra Garg discusses foreign investment, the strength of the rupee, and India's economy ahead of elections in the nation.
Paul Matteis, managing director of biotechnology equity research at Stifel, discusses Biogen Inc. halting research on its experimental Alzheimer's drug.
Diamond Offshore Drilling CEO Marc Edwards discusses market competition in deepwater drilling exclusively with Bloomberg's Alix Steel on 'Bloomberg: Daybreak Americas.'
Bruce Flatt, chief executive officer at Brookfield Asset Management, and Howard Marks, co-founder at Oaktree Capital, discuss the background of Brookfield's purchase of a majority stake in Oaktree Capital.
Bruce Flatt, chief executive officer at Brookfield Asset Management, and Howard Marks, co-founder at Oaktree Capital, discuss the background of Brookfield's purchase of a majority stake in Oaktree Capital and how the deal could impact the industry.
Rabobank Head of FX Strategy Jane Foley examines sterling as the Brexit deadline nears and the Bank of England holds interest rates steady.
Bloomberg's Jason Kelly discusses actions at Deutsche Bank.
Ben Mandel, global strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management, and Bloomberg Intelligence's Ira Jersey, discuss Federal Reserve monetary policy and what it may mean for investing.
The Bank of England voted unanimously to hold interest rates steady as companies begin to trigger plans for a no-deal Brexit.
Norges Central Bank Governor Oystein Olsen discusses the central bank's second hike of interest rates since September, while signaling more tightening to come.
Biogen Inc. announced it was halting research on its experimental Alzheimer's drug as it was unlikely to be effective. Bloomberg Opinion columnist Max Nisen reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas.
In "Single Best Chart," Bloomberg Intelligence's Ira Jersey examines how U.S. inflation expectations are impacting Federal Reserve policy.
Jeff Jonas, chief executive officer at Sage Therapeutics, discusses Food and Drug Administration approval of the company's first postpartum drug, the price of the drug, and products in their drug pipeline.
Wolfango Piccoli, co-president of political and policy risk advisory at Teneo Intelligence, discusses his view that time gives Chinese President Xi Jinping the upper hand in trade negotiations with U.S. counterpart Donald Trump.
Michele Geraci, undersecretary in Italy's Economic Development Ministry, discusses plans to sign a preliminary agreement with China which would see Italy open its ports as a European point of entry for China's "Belt and Road" initiative.
John Bilton, head of global multi-asset strategy at JPMorgan Asset Management. discusses the Federal Reserve's balance sheet normalization and its impact on Treasury yields.
Isabelle Millat, head of sustainable investments solutions global markets at Societe Generale, examines the reasons why investors are increasingly turning to ESG funds.
Patrick Armstrong, chief investment officer at Plurimi Wealth, and Bloomberg's Ksenia Galouchko discuss analyst expectations for a retreat later this year from the rally in European equities.
Xi Jinping is expected to arrive in Rome today. China's President and the Italian government are said to sign a controversial "memorandum of understanding" on the Belt & Road Initiative. This would make Italy the first G-7 country to sign in defia...
John Roe, head of multi asset funds at Legal & General Investment Management, discusses the European rates curve, why it is a strong predictor of returns, why he's bullish on European equities and why there is opportunity in the contrarian trade.
Waleed Al Mokarrab Al Muhairi, chief executive officer at Mubadala Deputy Group, discusses investing in Asia, his allocations, his partnerships, valuations, opening a tech hub in Abu Dhabi, consolidation in the industry, his investment strategy, r...
Jim Murren, chairman and chief executive officer at MGM Resorts International, discusses Major League Baseball signing a gambling partnership with MGM, the next steps in the process and investing in Macau.
Akber Khan, senior director of asset management at Al Rayan Investment, discusses Qatar stocks and his call on Qatar Transport.
Tribeca Investment Partners Portfolio Manager, Jun Bei Lu thinks the U.S. Dollar is heading lower.
Bloomberg's morning show takes a look at market openings in Asia and analyzes all the breaking news stories essential for your business day ahead.
21 Mar 2019 - ASX recovers in final 30 minutes with Materials bouncing back. Unemployment rate surprising fell 0.1% to 4.9%.
Jing Ulrich, vice chairman for Asia Pacific at JPMorgan Chase & Co., talks about Chinese stocks, and the government's efforts to support the economy and financial markets.
Michael Yu, co-founder, chief executive officer and president of Innovent Biologics, discusses the outlook for the pharma industry, reducing healthcare costs, how a price war would impact his business, competition from India, the drugs he has in t...
Chris Chen, chief executive officer of Shanghai-based drugmaker WuXi Biologics, talks about the company's strategy and outlook.
Jim Small, senior vice president of international business at Major League Baseball, talks about the league's strategy for overseas markets, and the deal it signed with MGM Resorts International.
Rita Zhang, chief executive officer at Wu Capital, discusses the outlook for valuations of startups in China, the private equity industry in China, the trend to invest in Chinese tech startups, where she sees the private equity industry heading an...
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam discusses the trade negotiations between the U.S. and China, how the negotiations have impacted Hong Kong, Hong Kong's trading status with the U.S., property prices, the housing market, Hong Kong's autonomy and...
Gokul Laroia, co-head of global equities and co-chief executive officer of Asia Pacific at Morgan Stanley, talks about the yuan and Chinese stocks.
Rakuten CEO Hiroshi Mikitani sits down with Bloomberg's Emily Chang to discuss his company's competition with Amazon in Japan and if Softbank's Masayoshi Son is a threat.
Bloomberg's Emily Chang speaks to Rakuten CEO and Lyft board member Hiroshi Mikitani at Rakuten's North American headquarters in San Mateo, CA.
Bloomberg caught up with Mr. Moneyball, Billy Beane. He is the Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations for the Oakland A's, and of course, was the subject of the movie starring Brad Pitt, as well as the bestseller "Moneyball," by Michael L...
21 Mar 2019 - The ASX struggled for most of the morning and is tracking 0.3% lower at noon. Agricultural chemical company Nufarm (ASX:NUF) have seen a rise in their shares as did WorleyParsons (ASX:WOR). Another riser today is Sigma Healthcare (AS...
Joanne Masters, chief economist at Ernst & Young, talks about Australia's economy and central bank policy. Australian unemployment unexpectedly fell in February as fewer people sought work and floods and bush fires disrupted data collection.
James Keenan, chief investment officer and global co-head of credit at BlackRock, talks about the opportunities he sees in Asian emerging markets.
Sean Darby, chief global equity strategist at Jefferies, discusses market sentiment, the global economy and his outlook for Japanese equities.
21 Mar 2019 - Clearance from the committee on foreign investment in the US has been received today for the WorleyParsons (ASX:WOR) acquisition of Jacobs ECR division.
21 Mar 2019 - Buy now, pay later company FlexiGroup (ASX:FXL) today settled the placement of 5.1 per cent of total shares to Tanarra Capital and its affiliated funds as announced on 26 February 2019.
Investors have been pouring cash into ETFs tracking high-yielding debt this year, with the category taking in more than $5.8 billion -- on track for the largest quarter of inflows since 2012. The $9.3 billion SPDR Bloomberg Barclays High Yield Bon...
Sonia Meskin, U.S. economist at Standard Chartered, discusses U.S. inflation and where she sees the markets heading following the Fed's policy decision.