Shows from Bloomberg
Tuna Amobi, analyst at CFRA, previews fourth-quarter results from Netflix Inc.
For two weeks each year, college students take over a massive stadium and fill it with fighting drones, plastic ammo, and rapt spectators. This is Robomasters, held in Shenzhen by DJI, the world's leading drone maker.
Bloomberg's Haslinda Amin returns for a seventh season, interviewing some of the world's sharpest business minds aboard the Singapore Flyer. In episode one, Haslinda sits down with with Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit, former VP of Thai Summit Group...
Krishna Memani, chief investment officer and head of fixed income at OppenheimerFunds, Michael Purves, chief global strategist and head of derivatives strategy at Weeden, and Andres Garcia Amaya, founder and chief executive officer at Zoe Financia...
Sam Zell, chairman and founder at Equity Group Investments, discusses lease deals by the CEO of WeWork Cos. and what Amazon.com Inc. brings with its new campus in New York.
Sam Zell, chairman and founder at Equity Group Investments, discusses the impact of the partial government shutdown on real estate and how his firm approaches clients affected by not receiving paychecks.
Susan Lund, partner at the McKinsey Global Institute, discusses the future of trade and value chains.
Sam Zell, chairman and founder at Equity Group Investments, discusses how declining liquidity impacts the real estate market.
U.K. opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn talks about the Labour Party's willingness to participate in discussions with U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May on Brexit and his stance on a second referendum. He made the comments during a speech in Hastings, s...
Ben Laidler, HSBC global equity strategist, and Christopher Wolfe, First Republic private wealth management chief investment officer, discuss Huawei, growth in China, and U.S.
Bloomberg Intelligence's Alison Williams examines fourth-quarter results from Morgan Stanley.
Gerard Cassidy, head of U.S. bank equity strategy and large cap analyst at RBC Capital Markets, discusses the fallout from a downturn in FICC trading at the big banks and an over-crowded banking industry.
Anand Giridharadas, fellow at Aspen Institute and author of the book "Winners Take All," examines populism and the history of a "winners take all" global structure and explains why Davos should be cancelled this year.
Societe Generale SA is reportedly considering closing its proprietary-trading unit as the business has struggled to make profits.
David Page, senior U.S. and U.K. economist at AXA, examines the Fed funds rate adjusted for inflation going back to 1996.
Societe Generale SA capped a dramatic reversal of fortune for French banks after markets turned volatile, warning that fourth-quarter trading revenue dropped about 20 percent.
Simon French, chief economist at Panmure Gordon, discusses European risks and the impact on European Central Bank policy.
Sebastian Raedler, head of European equity strategy at Deutsche Bank AG, discusses the potential impact of a "soft Brexit" on the pound and U.K. stocks.
Nigeria presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar shares his views on the central bank and the state oil company NNCP.
Hans Redeker, head of global FX strategy at Morgan Stanley, examines sterling's valuation in relation to other currencies and equity markets.
European Parliament Member Philippe Lamberts discusses the next steps for the European Union on Brexit after the U.K. Parliament's rejection of Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit agreement.
Former Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President Dennis Lockhart discusses Fed policy, how close they are to neutral, if the central bank is going to pause this year and the possibility of a recession.
Michael Metcalfe, global head of macro strategy at State Street Global Markets, discusses earnings, the outlook for equities and the prospects for progress on U.S.-China trade talks.
Simon Rubinsohn, chief economist at the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, discusses the impact of Brexit uncertainty on the U.K. housing market with real-estate agents reporting falling prices and optimism at its lowest ebb for almost two ...
Abdul Kadir Hussain, the head of fixed income at Arqaam Capital, talks about oil prices and the implications for Saudi Arabia's budget. He also discusses Saudi bond issuance, and the outlook for emerging-market bonds. He speaks with Manus Cranny w...
Theresa May has survived a vote of no confidence, but with her Brexit deal all but dead and the EU saying they won't renegotiate, what comes next? The Prime Minister has opened negotiations with lawmakers across the political spectrum to get a dea...
Russia netted its biggest bond sale in almost half a year and the ruble reached its strongest against the dollar since December on Wednesday as rebounding oil prices and a risk-on wave in global markets offset the lingering threat of sanctions at ...
Raffaele Bertoni, head of debt-capital markets at Gulf Investment Corp., talks about the Brexit talks and the implications for U.K. government bonds.
France is abandoning its support of Renault Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn. Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire is calling for his dismissal saying the carmaker needs new and reliable governance.
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.
Rahul Bajoria, director and regional economist at Barclays in Singapore, talks about Bank Indonesia's policy. The central bank, one of Asia's biggest interest-rate hikers last year, is widely expected to leave policy unchanged on Thursday, with an...
Jet Airways India Ltd. is working with lenders to revamp its debt as the struggling carrier tries to shore up its financials after recording losses in nine of the past eleven years in a market known for ultra-low fares. Jet Airways has 80.5 billio...
Gokul Hariharan, managing director and co-head of Asia TMT research at JPMorgan, discusses the smartphone sector ahead of TSMC earnings, cryptocurrency mining and the semiconductor industry.
Mayank Mishra, global macro and foreign-exchange strategist at Standard Chartered Bank, talks about the outlook for the Chinese yuan, and the government's efforts to support the economy.
Tongli Han, chief investment officer at Deepblue Global Investment, discusses the PBOC's move to pump $83B into the markets, what it will do for lenders and his call on treasuries.
Mark Leung, chief executive officer for China at JPMorgan Chase & Co., talks about the outlook for the country's bond market. He also discusses the company's businesses in China.
Kangde Xin Composite Material Group Co., based in China's eastern province of Jiangsu, defaulted on a bond on Tuesday. The company produces and sells laminating film. The default raises questions about the quality of financial reports from Kangde...
Goldman Sachs and Bank of America crushed 4Q 2018 top and bottom earnings estimates. Goldman jumped 9.5%, the most in a decade. BofA jumped 7.6%, the most since 2012. The 1MDB global scandal also came up: Goldman's CEO David Solomon apologized to ...
Mark McCormick, North American head of foreign-exchange strategy at TD Securities, talks about Asian, European currencies and the dollar.
U.S. prosecutors are said to be pursuing a criminal case against Huawei for allegedly stealing trade secrets from its American business partners. This news comes as Huawei's CFO still out on bail in Vancouver, awaiting extradition.
Former Qualcomm Inc. Chief Executive Officer Paul Jacobs, who left the chipmaker last year and then said he was preparing a bid to take it private, said the "time isn't right" for such a move.
Direxion Investments, known for complex leveraged and inverse funds, wants to get bigger. And it's making a move by trying something novel -- packaged arbitrage portfolios. It's starting 10 new ETFs Wednesday that will package together long and sh...
Bloomberg's Eric Balchunas and Scarlet Fu break down the Nationwide Maximum Diversification U.S. Core Equity ETF (ticker: MXDU), and discuss the fund with Patrick Gelshenen, executive director at asset manager TOBAM.
Rory Callagy, senior vice president at Moody's, talks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu about credit ratings for asset management companies, how a big tech company like Amazon might disrupt the industry and the record outflows for active funds.