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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's popularity is in doubt as exit polls for elections that ended Friday in five states showed inconclusive projections before the federal vote next year.
Thomas Fang, Hong Kong-based Head of China Equities at UBS Group AG, talks about the outlook for the market.
Janet Lewis, head of Asia industrials and transportation research at Macquarie Group, talks about the prospects for Nissan Motor. Former Chairman Carlos Ghosnis is set to be indicted for financial crimes as soon as Monday, according to people fami...
Ding Shuang, Greater China and North Asia chief economist at Standard Chartered Plc, talks about China's economy and policies. Factory inflation and the consumer price index slowed, while import growth slumped. Export growth also moderated, though...
Masayuki Kichikawa, chief macro strategist at Sumitomo Mitsui Asset Management Co., talks about Japan's economy, which shrank more than initially projected in the third quarter, driven by the biggest drop in business spending in nine years amid a ...
Kyle Rodda, a Melbourne-based market analyst at IG Group Holdings Plc, volatility in global markets, the Australian dollar, U.S. and Chinese stocks.
Ashley Petersen, senior oil market analyst at Stratas Advisors LLC in New York, talks about the outlook for supply and prices.
Alec Young, managing director of global markets research at FTSE Russell, talks about the volatility in financial markets, Federal Reserve policy and the Trump administration's trade policy.
ECB President Mario Draghi is set to confirm next week the conclusion of net asset purchases by the end of the month, but any additional hawkishness is unlikely amid geopolitical risks and signs of a slowdown. Greg Peters, senior portfolio manager...
U.S. jobs and wages rose by less than forecast in November while the unemployment rate held at the lowest in almost five decades. The U.S. rates market is now pricing in Fed rate cuts in 2020 and the first inversions of the U.S. yield curve since ...
Greg Peters, senior portfolio manager at PGIM Fixed Income, Subadra Rajappa, head of U.S. rates strategy at Societe Generale, and Colin Robertson, head of fixed income at Northern Trust Asset Management, talk with Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro about ...
Microsoft President Brad Smith comments on the trade tensions between the U.S. and China.
Hunter Horsley, Bitwise chief executive officer, discusses the company's launch of two new index funds and the outlook for cryptocurrencies with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
Russian Oil Minister Alexander Novak talks with Bloomberg's Annmarie Hordern about OPEC's production cut and the U.S. sanctions relating to oil deals between Russia and Iran. (Video as incoming)
United Arab Emirates Energy Minister Suhail Mohammed Al Mazrouei discusses OPEC's oil output reduction and U.S. shale production with Bloomberg's Manus Cranny from Vienna. (Video as incoming)
Tim Sullivan, Oceanic Partners chief executive officer, discusses Lyft Inc. pulling ahead of Uber Technologies Inc. in the race to go public.
Australia's parliament passed some of the world's toughest anti-encryption legislation, installing a bill that seeks to force Facebook Inc. and other tech giants to help decode messages used in terrorism and organized crime.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller didn't ask for any special leniency for Michael Cohen, former personal lawyer to President Donald Trump, calling his lies to Congress and the people "serious" while saying he has provided credible information for his...
Bloomberg market reporters take a deep dive into all of today's action.
On this edition of "Options Insight," Equity Armor Investments' Joe Tigay discusses the selloff in U.S.
Peter Cecchini, Cantor Fitzgerald global chief market strategist, discusses the selloff in U.S.
Bloomberg's Lisa Abramowicz takes a look at the tightening conditions in the U.S. credit market.
Peter Gourdine, Home Court Capital president, explains how the startup is using big data to identify the sports stars of the future.
Microsoft President Brad Smith speaks to Bloomberg's Emily Chang about why he's calling for new legislation to govern artificial intelligence software for recognizing faces. They also discuss the Huawei CFO arrest, and why he says it's very import...
Diane Swonk, Grant Thornton chief economist, discusses the November U.S.
The Canadian economy created a record number of jobs last month, more than 94,000, while U.S. employment growth numbers came in below expectations. Frances Donald, head of macroeconomic strategy at Manulife Asset Management, offers analysis of the...
German Economy Minister Peter Altmaier discusses delegates from the Christian Democratic Union, Germany's governing body, choosing Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer over Friedrich Merz in a runoff ballot.
Colorado Governor John Hickenklooper, a Democrat, discusses the state's experience with the legalization of marijuana and his role in the future of the Democratic Party heading toward to 2020 presidential election.
Bloomberg Markets: The Open. Jonathan Ferro hosts an hour long program centered around the Opening Bell on Wall Street. The program showcases the most insightful and interesting Bloomberg charts and graphics, as well as research, commentary and an...
Sarah Bouchie, Lego Foundation vice president, discusses the organization's partnership with Sesame Workshop to bring play-based learning to refugee children. She speaks with Bloomberg's Jason Kelly on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power.
Rozlyn Engel, Carnegie Endowment Peace nonresident scholar, discusses the G-20 summit and U.S-Chinese trade relations. She speaks on "Bloomberg Markets.
Sarah Chamberlain, Republican Main Street Partnership chief executive officer, explains how the GOP can reverse the political party gender gap.
Rep. Debbie Dingell, a Michigan Democrat, discusses General Motors Co. Chief Executive Officer Mary Barra meeting with lawmakers about the the company's planned layoffs and plant closings.
David Hunt, PGIM Inc. chief executive officer, discusses the recent volatility in global financial markets with Bloomberg's Vonnie Quinn on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close."
Nigerian Minister of State for Petroleum Resources Emmanuel Kachikwu discusses the agreement by OPEC+ to cut production by 1.
Ethan Harris, head of global economic research at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, talks about Federal Reserve policy with Bloomberg's Vonnie Quinn and Guy Johnsson on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close."
President Donald Trump announced the nomination of William Barr as the next U.S. Attorney General and Heather Nauert to replace Nikki Haley as United Nations ambassador.
National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow discusses the U.S. November jobs report, the Federal Reserve, U.S. trend growth, and U.S.-China trade talks.
In "Futures In Focus," Alan Knuckman of Agora Financial examines the OPEC+ agreement to cut 1.2 million barrels of oil production per day.
Bob Sulentic, president and chief executive officer at CBRE, discusses the state of the global commercial real estate market.
Iran Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said the nation is exempt from the 1.2 million barrels per day production cut agreed to at the OPEC+ meeting in Vienna.
National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow discusses the U.S.-China trade talks and the potential impact of the arrest of Huawei Technologies Co.'s chief financial officer.
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