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Dutch public broadcaster VPRO offers you impressive and award-winning travel series that will help you expand your view on the world.
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VPRO
Hello World

Hello World

Hello World invites the viewer to come on a journey. It's a journey that stretches across the globe to find the inventors, scientists and technologists shaping our future.
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Bloomberg
Big Problems, Big Thinkers

Big Problems, Big Thinkers

Big Problems, Big Thinkers features acclaimed journalist Terre Blair interviewing an extraordinary group of leaders to find solutions to some of the most urgent challenges facing humanity.
1 Episode
Bloomberg
Game Changers

Game Changers

An original documentary series providing a compelling look at the business leaders and entrepreneurs who climbed to the top and changed our world.
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Bloomberg

Business Episodes

Iraq's Oil Minister Ghadhban on Compliance With OPEC+ Production Cuts

Iraq's Oil Minister Ghadhban on Compliance With OPEC+ Production Cuts

Iraqi Oil Minister Thamir Ghadhban discusses his country's compliance with OPEC+ oil-production cuts.
5mins
Bloomberg
Week ahead: The Fed, the UK votes, and tariff watching

Week ahead: The Fed, the UK votes, and tariff watching

Despite a surprisingly strong November payrolls report, the Federal Reserve is expected to hold rates steady next week following three rate cuts this year. Conway G. Gittens has the week ahead.
Reuters Business
Russian Energy Minister Says Cuts In Russian Winter Difficult But Feasible

Russian Energy Minister Says Cuts In Russian Winter Difficult But Feasible

Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak says even though it will be difficult to cut production during the winter months in Russia, he does see it as a feasible goal. He was speaking to Bloomberg TV's Annmarie Hordern, following the OPEC+ meeting,...
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Bloomberg
The 2020 Battle of Rhodes Scholar Mayors

The 2020 Battle of Rhodes Scholar Mayors

Former Vice President Joe Biden's presidential campaign turns video of world leaders talking during the NATO summit into advertising, while Senator Cory Booker's super PAC advertisement takes aim at Peter Buttigieg.
5mins
Bloomberg
NNPC's Kyari on OPEC+ Deal

NNPC's Kyari on OPEC+ Deal

Nigerian National Petroleum Corp. Group Managing Director Mele Kyari discusses the OPEC+ plus agreement.
5mins
Bloomberg
U.S. Is Getting Closer to a Trade Deal With China, Baucus Says

U.S. Is Getting Closer to a Trade Deal With China, Baucus Says

Max Baucus, former U.S. ambassador to China, comments on the prospects for a trade deal between the U.S. and China.
3mins
Bloomberg
Poloz Will Be Known for Devaluing the Currency, Philip Cross Says

Poloz Will Be Known for Devaluing the Currency, Philip Cross Says

Philip Cross, senior fellow at the Macdonald-Laurier Institute, joins BNN Bloomberg to discuss Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz announcing he will step down in 2020. Cross also says he foresees a weak fourth quarter for Canada's economy.
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Bloomberg
Poloz to Step Down as Bank of Canada Governor

Poloz to Step Down as Bank of Canada Governor

Stephen Poloz, who resisted this year's global rush to cut interest rates, won't seek a second term at the helm of the Bank of Canada when his mandate ends in June.
4mins
Bloomberg
Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman on Oil Output, Aramco IPO

Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman on Oil Output, Aramco IPO

Saudi Arabian Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman discusses the kingdom's oil output and the initial public offering of state-owned oil giant Saudi Aramco.
11mins
Bloomberg
Jobs Likely to Embolden Administration on Trade: Pimco's Cantrill

Jobs Likely to Embolden Administration on Trade: Pimco's Cantrill

Libby Cantrill, head of public policy at Pacific Investment Management Co., discusses the U.S. November jobs report, the Dec. 15 deadline for new tariffs against goods from China, and the importance of a trade deal to markets.
4mins
Bloomberg
BlackRock, PGIM See Trade Talk Progress Priced Into Markets

BlackRock, PGIM See Trade Talk Progress Priced Into Markets

Rick Rieder, fixed income chief investment officer at BlackRock, and Michael Collins, senior portfolio manager at PGIM Fixed Income, discuss how markets are pricing in U.S.-China trade tensions. Collins said "I don't think even Scrooge would impos...
2mins
Bloomberg
Evidence of Decline in Social Mobility Is Clear: Shafik

Evidence of Decline in Social Mobility Is Clear: Shafik

Minouche Shafik, head of the London School of Economics and a former Bank of England policy maker, discusses how social mobility differs from some countries to others. In the U.K., it takes five generations for the descendants of a low-income fami...
2mins
Bloomberg
Oil's Fundamental Value Is $65 to $70: Black Gold CEO

Oil's Fundamental Value Is $65 to $70: Black Gold CEO

Gary Ross, chief executive officer at Black Gold Investors, and Lara Rhame, chief U.S. economist at FS Investments, discuss 2020 oil market supply expectations and the fundamental value of oil.
5mins
Bloomberg
Kudlow Says There's No Single Condition to Make or Break Talks With China

Kudlow Says There's No Single Condition to Make or Break Talks With China

White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow talks about ongoing trade negotiations with China. He says there are no arbitrary deadlines on when to reach a deal.
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Bloomberg
Kudlow Says Trump Likes What He Sees in Trade Deal With China

Kudlow Says Trump Likes What He Sees in Trade Deal With China

White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow says President Trump likes what he sees so far in the trade deal with China. He says both sides are "still close" to reaching a phase-one trade agreement.
7mins
Bloomberg
U.S. Payrolls Trounce Forecasts

U.S. Payrolls Trounce Forecasts

Anastasia Amoroso of J.P. Morgan Private Bank, Michael Collins of PGIM Fixed Income, BlackRock's Rick Rieder and J.P. Morgan's Michael Feroli discuss the November U.S. payrolls report.
3mins
Bloomberg
Kudlow Says 'America Is Going Back to Work'

Kudlow Says 'America Is Going Back to Work'

White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow says "America is going back to work.
2mins
Bloomberg
France rejects U.S. proposal on international tax reform

France rejects U.S. proposal on international tax reform

France rejects a U.S. idea for companies to opt out of a proposed international tax reform, Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said on Friday, urging Washington to negotiate in good faith. Ciara Lee reports
Reuters Business
Strongest U.S. hiring in 10 months

Strongest U.S. hiring in 10 months

U.S. job growth increased by 266,000 in November, the biggest jump in 10 months, despite a slump in the manufacturing sector and overall uncertainty due to numerous trade spats between the U.S. and trading partners. Conway G. Gittens looks at the hir
Reuters Business
U.S Small Businesses Intend to Boost Wages: Paychex CEO

U.S Small Businesses Intend to Boost Wages: Paychex CEO

Martin Mucci, chief executive officer at Paychex, discusses findings of the firm's new survey on wage increases at U.S. small businesses.
6mins
Bloomberg
Twitter's Junk Bond Sale Ties for Record-Low Yield

Twitter's Junk Bond Sale Ties for Record-Low Yield

Twitter Inc. boosted the size of its bond offering to $700 million from $600 million as it managed to borrow at some of the lowest costs ever in the junk-bond market.
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Bloomberg
BlackRock's Rieder: Front-End of Yield Curve 'Incredibly Attractive'

BlackRock's Rieder: Front-End of Yield Curve 'Incredibly Attractive'

Rick Rieder, fixed income chief investment officer at BlackRock, discusses the yield curve in relation to the Fed funds rate.
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Bloomberg
Jobs Report 'Exactly What the Fed Is Looking For': Economist Hunter

Jobs Report 'Exactly What the Fed Is Looking For': Economist Hunter

Constance Hunter, chief economist at KPMG, and Subadra Rajappa, head of U.S. rates strategy at Societe Generale, examine U.S. November jobs data.
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Bloomberg
Oil drops even as OPEC curbs output

Oil drops even as OPEC curbs output

Oil prices fell Friday even after OPEC agreed to curb output.
Reuters Business
U.S. Adds 266,000 Jobs in November, Jobless Rate Falls to 3.5%

U.S. Adds 266,000 Jobs in November, Jobless Rate Falls to 3.5%

U.S. non-farm payrolls increased by 266,000 in November, the most since January, while wages topped expectations Bloomberg's Michael McKee breaks down the numbers on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
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Bloomberg
`Come, Issue, Borrow, Spend Fiscally,' JPMorgan AM Tells U.K.

`Come, Issue, Borrow, Spend Fiscally,' JPMorgan AM Tells U.K.

Bob Michele, chief investment officer and head of global fixed income at JPMorgan Asset Management, discusses his view that the U.K. government should borrow more to stimulate the economy.
2mins
Bloomberg
Improving Diversity in Venture Capital

Improving Diversity in Venture Capital

Plexo Capital, founded by former Google Ventures partner Lo Toney to back early-stage venture funds led by women and underrepresented minorities, raised $42.5 million for its debut fund.
6mins
Bloomberg
Economist Sweeney Says No Meaningful Inflation Above 2% Anytime Soon

Economist Sweeney Says No Meaningful Inflation Above 2% Anytime Soon

James Sweeney, chief economist and chief investment officer Americas at Credit Suisse, discusses his U.S. inflation outlook for 2020.
2mins
Bloomberg
Russian Energy Minister Says OPEC+ JMMC Recommends Oil Cut

Russian Energy Minister Says OPEC+ JMMC Recommends Oil Cut

The Joint Ministerial Monitoring Committee of OPEC+ recommended a reduction in oil-output quotas of 500k b/d, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said in Vienna following JMMC meeting.
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Bloomberg
Paris Violence Doesn't Put Macron Presidency at Risk: ING

Paris Violence Doesn't Put Macron Presidency at Risk: ING

Carsten Brzeski, chief economist at ING Germany, and George Saravelos, global head of FX research at Deutsche Bank, discuss the violent protests in France, the pressure on President Emmanuel Macron and the prospects for the European economy overall.
5mins
Bloomberg
When Ma met Son: tech titans talk guts and glory

When Ma met Son: tech titans talk guts and glory

Alibaba founder Jack Ma sat down with Softbank chief Masayoshi Son in Tokyo on Friday. Just weeks after he had to bail out WeWork, Son says he's still going with his gut on big decisions.
Reuters Business
This Is the Most Important ECB Meeting This Year: JPMorgan AM's Michele

This Is the Most Important ECB Meeting This Year: JPMorgan AM's Michele

Bob Michele, chief investment officer and head of global fixed income at JPMorgan Asset Management, discusses the upcoming ECB meeting and his outlook for monetary policy.
4mins
Bloomberg
German industry slump sparks renewed growth fears

German industry slump sparks renewed growth fears

Germany's industrial output unexpectedly dropped in October, reviving worries about its economic growth outlook as its manufacturing backbone is hurt by global trade conflicts and disruption in the auto sector. Ciara Lee reports
Reuters Business
Phoenix to Buy Reassure From Swiss Re

Phoenix to Buy Reassure From Swiss Re

John Dacey, chief financial officer at Swiss Re AG, discusses the company's deal to sell their Reassure unit to Phoenix Group Holdings Plc and what they will do with the money from the sale.
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Bloomberg
Supportive Environment for Risk Assets in 2020: Aviva Investors

Supportive Environment for Risk Assets in 2020: Aviva Investors

Jub Hurren, fixed income portfolio manager at Aviva Investors, discusses the outlook for central bank policy and investor sentiment in 2020.
3mins
Bloomberg
Saudi Arabia Wants More Equal Sharing of Cuts: Citigroup's Martoccia

Saudi Arabia Wants More Equal Sharing of Cuts: Citigroup's Martoccia

Francesco Martoccia, senior associate for commodity research at Citigroup, discusses the OPEC meeting and what we can expect from the cartel moving forward.
4mins
Bloomberg
Pound Will Have a Bit More Upside, Says Pictet's Paolini

Pound Will Have a Bit More Upside, Says Pictet's Paolini

Luca Paolini, chief strategist at Pictet Asset Management SA, discusses the pound and the upcoming U.K. election.
2mins
Bloomberg
Factor Moves Whipsaw Traders

Factor Moves Whipsaw Traders

While equity markets head for a weekly loss, traders who bet on trends beneath the surface, were also whipsawed.
2mins
Bloomberg
Germany's Social Democrats Set Demands for Staying in Government

Germany's Social Democrats Set Demands for Staying in Government

Germany's Social Democrat Party laid out a list of demands to stay in Chancellor Angela Merkel's grand coalition. The newly elected leaders want a "massive" increase in infrastructure spending, a higher minimum wage and more action on climate. The...
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Bloomberg
Construction sector jobs dwindled: ASX closed 0.4% higher

Construction sector jobs dwindled: ASX closed 0.4% higher

06 Dec 2019 - It has been a positive day of trade for the ASX closing 0.4% higher. Bega (ASX:BGA) also dropped today. Shares in Caresales.com (ASX:CAR) shot up today as did Beach Energy. The Scentre Group (ASX:SCG) today announced it has acquired ...
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Finance News Network
A Close Future EU-Japan Relationship Is Key, Says EU Ambassador to Japan

A Close Future EU-Japan Relationship Is Key, Says EU Ambassador to Japan

EU Ambassador to Japan Patricia Flor discusses Brexit and the relationship between the EU and Japan.
6mins
Bloomberg
Don't See Meaningful Increase in Oil Prices in 2020, Says Oreana's Poole

Don't See Meaningful Increase in Oil Prices in 2020, Says Oreana's Poole

Isaac Poole, chief investment officer at Oreana Financial Services, discusses his outlook for oil in 2020 and his outlook for the global economy and for a recession.
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Bloomberg
Uber reveals thousands of sexual assault reports

Uber reveals thousands of sexual assault reports

Ride-hailing firm Uber says it received more than 3,000 reports of sexual assault, including rape, in the United States during 2018, at a time when it operated roughly 1.3 billion rides.
Reuters Business
Toyota Research Institute's Kuffner on Self-Driving Car Ambitions

Toyota Research Institute's Kuffner on Self-Driving Car Ambitions

James Kuffner, chief executive of Toyota Research Institute - Advanced Development, discusses his work on self-driving car technology, competition in the industry and the timetable for delivering software to consumer vehicles. He spoke with Bloomb...
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Bloomberg
Hong Kong Braces for Another Mass March This Weekend

Hong Kong Braces for Another Mass March This Weekend

This weekend we're bracing for another possible disruptive next few days in Hong Kong. Rally organizers are calling for a large-scale march through the central business district on Sunday. There is also a possible general strike on Monday.
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Bloomberg
2020 Will Mark a Shift Change in Energy in Asia, Says JPMorgan's Darling

2020 Will Mark a Shift Change in Energy in Asia, Says JPMorgan's Darling

Scott Darling, head of regional oil and gas research at JPMorgan, discusses the company's energy outlook for 2020.
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Bloomberg
Pelosi Puts House on Quick Timetable for Impeaching Trump

Pelosi Puts House on Quick Timetable for Impeaching Trump

Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi is stepping up the timetable for impeaching President Trump, putting the House in motion towards an historic vote.
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Bloomberg
Wouldn't Be Surprised to See Bear Market in Commodities: Direxion's Jablonski

Wouldn't Be Surprised to See Bear Market in Commodities: Direxion's Jablonski

Sylvia Jablonski, managing director of capital markets at Direxion, discusses the OPEC meeting, oil markets and her outlook for commodities.
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Bloomberg