Shows from Bloomberg
David Riley, chief investment strategist at Bluebay Asset Management, discusses the factors behind the depreciation of the Turkish lira.
Simon Derrick, chief currency strategist at BNY Mellon, explains the reasons why stabilizing the yuan makes sense for China.
Miranda Carr, chief macro strategist at Haitong International, discusses China's approach to trade ahead of talks with the United States.
Rupert Watson, head of asset allocation at Mercer, discusses the U.S. markets and his investment strategy for September.
Claus Hemmingsen, vice chief executive officer at Maersk, discusses the spinoff of the drilling unit, when investors can see the shares on the exchange, the future of the drilling industry and his plans for the supply services unit.
Air France-KLM has named Air Canada's Ben Smith as its new chief executive officer, casting aside union objections to entrust a foreigner with turning around Europe's biggest carrier by passenger traffic. Nine unions said recruiting a foreign boss...
Soren Skou, chief executive officer at AP Moller-Maersk, discusses the spinoff of the drilling unit, the outlook for drilling, earnings, global trade, how the trade tariffs may impact his third-quarter numbers and his outlook for freight rates.
Paul Drayson, chief executive officer at Sensyne Health, discusses how his company uses artificial intelligence to analyze clinical data of patients, how it helps the pharmaceutical discovery process, how they could utilize blockchain, what excite...
The collapse of a 50-year old bridge in Northern Italy this week has highlighted the tensions running through the country's populist coalition. After the disaster, Deputy Premier Matteo Salvini pointed the finger at EU restrictions hinting that th...
Angela Merkel meets Vladimir Putin this weekend in a surprise move that analysts say shows how foes and allies of the U.S. are shifting. Syria, violence in Eastern Ukraine and a joint natural gas pipeline are to be discussed. The meeting comes bef...
Maersk is planning to spin off its drilling unit. That is according to Bloomberg sources who said the separation would be instead of pursuing a sale after bids were deemed to be too low. The Danish conglomerate has been shedding its energy units ...
Medha Samant, investment director at Fidelity International, discusses emerging markets and where she's finding opportunity.
President Donald Trump continued his barrage against Turkey on Thursday evening with a tweet: "They are now holding our wonderful Christian Pastor, who I must now ask to represent our Country as a great patriot hostage.
Adam Reynolds, chief executive officer of Asia Pacific at Saxo Capital Markets in Singapore, talks about the trade spat between the U.S. and China, and the implications for financial markets.
Helen Zhu, head of China equities at BlackRock, discusses the yuan and PBOC policy.
Donald Trump is once again turning the heat on Turkey with the detention of an American pastor.
Suki Cooper, London Bullion Market Association Public Affairs Committee member, discusses the outlook for gold prices with Bloomberg's Ramy Inocencio and Yvonne Man on "Bloomberg Markets: Daybreak Asia."
Rob Thummel, managing partner at Tortoise Capital Advisors, talks about oil prices and production.
Alicia Garcia-Herrero, Natixis Asia Ltd. chief APAC economist, discusses U.S.-China trade tensions.
Steven Cook, a senior fellow for Middle East and Africa studies at the Council on Foreign Relations in Washington, talks about the political tensions between the U.S. and Turkey.
(Ret.) Major General Earl Matthews, Verodin Inc. senior vice president and chief strategy officer, discusses the vulnerabilities of the U.S.
Defying a global spike in acquisitions, some of Australia's biggest and oldest companies are trying to shrink to greatness by spinning off assets.
Omair Sharif, an economist at Societe Generale in New York, talks about the spat between the U.S. and its trading partners, and the implications for the world's largest economy.
The U.S. and China prepared for their first major negotiation in more than two months in an effort to head off an all-out trade war.
Bloomberg's Alix Steel talks to LyondellBasell Industries Chief Executive Officer Bob Patel about how much his company stands to benefit from the new IMO rules.
Jonathan Goldberg, the founder and CIO of BBL Commodities "gets into the ring" with Bloomberg's Alix Steel.
Electric vehicles could have a significant impact on the nation's electric system in a few decades.
Commodities across the board got slammed this week on a developing currency crisis in Turkey. The EM currency selloff hit metals especially hard.
Shaun Rein, China Market Research Group managing director, discusses JD.com Inc.
Robin Brooks, Institute of International Finance managing director, discusses the impact of Turkey's financial crisis on emerging markets on "What'd You Miss?"
Bloomberg's Craig Trudell and Alex Barinka discuss the latest developments in Elon Musk's plan to take Tesla Inc. private.
If you want to buy Bitcoin without actually buying Bitcoin, you now have another way to own the controversial digital currency. It's an exchange-traded note investors can buy more easily even though it's technically listed and regulated in Sweden.
Bloomberg Intelligence's Anand Srinivasan examines Nvidia Corp.'s fiscal second-quarter earnings and revenue forecast.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. made millions of dollars helping Elon Musk bring Tesla Inc. to the public market. Now, it could stand to make even more advising the electric-car maker's CEO on how to reverse that decision.
Steve Sosnick, Interactive Brokers chief options strategist, discusses market volatility and his options strategy with Bloomberg's Abigail Doolittle on "Bloomberg Markets."
U.S. birth rates are at a 30-year low, but that's not stopping big-box and online retailers from wanting a bigger slice of the maternity-wear pie. Bloomberg's Janine Wolf has more on "What'd You Miss?"
A former Barclays trader fired over the misuse of an electronic trading program won a long-shot campaign to get a job back at the bank.
Bruce Heyman, former U.S. ambassador to Canada, discusses the ongoing Nafta negotiations with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and Amanda Lang on "Bloomberg Markets."
Barry Bannister, Stifel's head of institutional equity strategy, explains why he thinks a stock market correction will still happen before the end of summer.
President Donald Trump said Thursday he wants the U.S. government to sue pharmaceutical companies that manufacture opioids as part of his efforts to halt an epidemic of drug addiction.