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Following the release of the Mueller report, there is a split among leading 2020 Democratic presidential candidates over impeaching President Donald Trump.
European banks will probably get another urgent reminder why they need to rethink their strategies when they present results for the first quarter. Trading revenue, long a mainstay of earnings at big banks, will likely continue to slide and increa...
Conrad DeQuadros, senior economist and founding partner at RDQ Economics, examines how Federal Reserve policy and the yield curve are impacting markets.
Jose Rasco, chief investment strategist at HSBC Private Bank Americas, and Conrad DeQuadros, senior economist and founding partner at RDQ Economics, discuss expectations for markets to climb higher on positive economic news.
Sandro Gozi, Italy's former European Affairs minister, discusses the outlook for the European Parliament elections in which he is a candidate.
Amrita Sen, Energy Aspects chief oil analyst, discusses U.S. sanctions on Iran and its impact on oil supply.
Arend Kapteyn, chief economist at UBS, discusses Federal Reserve and European Central Bank policy.
Bahadir Kaleagasi, secretary general at Turkish Industry and Business Association, discusses how political uncertainty surrounding elections impacts the nation's businesses.
Neville Hill, chief European economist at Credit Suisse Securities, explains why he sees a potential sweet spot for markets and the global economy.
Greece's New Democracy Party President Kyriakos Mitsotakis discusses his campaign promise to cut taxes, how he plans to do it, the type of tax he's after, a possible bond issuance and his outlook for Greece and its economy.
Valentin Marinov, head of G10 FX research & strategy at Credit Agricole, discusses the shape of the Federal Reserve board and his outlook for the euro-dollar trade.
Barclays is planning to cut investment banking bonuses as the division underperforms. That's according to the Financial Times. It reports that first-quarter bonuses may decline by double-digits from a year earlier and will be more closely tied to ...
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.
Bill Dinning, head of investment strategy at Waverton Investment Management, discusses his forecast for oil and what it could mean for inflation and the markets.
Wayne Xu, president of ZA International, discusses being a new face in the virtual banking sector, getting a virtual bank license in Hong Kong, the services that he'll be offering, the capabilities he's bringing to the table, the customers their t...
Mustafa Al Hinai, group chief executive officer of Oman Aviation Group, which operates the Sultanate's national carrier and manages the civil airports, talks about his business strategy.
Abdulmohsen Abdulaziz Al-Fares, chief executive officer of Alinma Bank, a Shariah-compliant lender based in Riyadh, talks about the company's financial results and business outlook. Alinma reported profit for the first quarter that beat the highes...
For years the Federal Reserve's economic forecasts were thought to be more accurate than those of private forecasters. But new analysis from Goldman Sachs finds that's no longer the case and it's changing the market's entire relationship with the ...
John Driscoll, director at JTD Energy Services, talks about oil prices and supply. Oil extended gains after leaping to a six-month high Monday as the Trump administration said it will no longer give any country a pass on sanctions barring purchase...
China's Nasdaq-style tech board may open for trading as soon as June, and it's usually seen as an effort to keep startups at home, but it's also a laboratory for new rules that could be replicated across the $7.6T equity market.
Yannan Chenye, head of China equities research at Harvest Global Investments, discusses China's markets and her outlook for the economy.
Laura Wen-yu Young, managing partner at Wang & Wang, discusses the U.S.-China trade negotiations, how tensions could linger after the deal is signed, China's foreign investment law and foreign direct investment.
The United States says Iran's threat to close the Strait of Hormuz would be unacceptable and without justification. Tehran reacted after the Trump administration said that it would not extend sanction waivers on countries buying Iranian oil. The o...
Could this jump in oil prices throw a wrench in the gears of the world economy? Bloomberg's Kathleen Hays reports on "Bloomberg Markets: China Open."
Sanjay Brahmawar, chief executive officer of Germany's Software AG, talks about the company's expansion strategy for Asia. Bhahmawar plans to add more employees in sales, research and development to help the company grow again, as he expects to re...
Former U.S. Ambassador to Sri Lanka Jeffrey Lunstead, who is now diplomat in residence at Middlebury College, talks about the coordinated attacks on Easter Sunday at churches and luxury hotels.
Taimur Baig, chief Economist and managing director for group research at DBS Bank, talks about China's economy, the government's policies, and the implications for its trading partners.
Hemant Bakshi, president director of Unilever Indonesia, talks about the $350 billion infrastructure drive by the Indonesian government led by President Joko Widodo, who is set to win a second term. Bakshi also discusses the company's strategy for...
The new indictment accusing Nissan's former boss Carlos Ghosn of redirecting millions from the company to his personal accounts may not only extend his time in detention, but also threatens to undermine his argument that he's a victim of corporate...
Satya Patel, portfolio manager at Matthews Asia, discusses the fall in bond yields in 2018 and his outlook for 2019.
Frank-Jurgen Richter, founder and chairman at Horasis, discusses the U.S.-China trade negotiations, how tensions could linger after the deal is signed and why he's not optimistic that a deal will be made.
Minebea, the company dubbed the "King of Deals" in local media, has grown from a small ball-bearing manufacturer on the outskirts of Tokyo to a key player in the tech industry's global supply chain. CEO Yoshihisa Kainuma spoke to Bloomberg's Yuji ...
Alan Keenan, senior Sri Lanka analyst at International Crisis Group, talks about the coordinated attacks on Easter Sunday at churches and luxury hotels in the country. The government has blamed local jihadist group National Thowheed Jamath for one...
House Democrats issued a subpoena to former White House Counsel Don McGahn, a key witness in Robert Mueller's investigation, to testify before the Judiciary Committee in an early move by lawmakers to follow up on the special counsel's findings.
Zach Pandl, co-head of global foreign exchange and emerging market strategy at Goldman Sachs, talks about Asian currencies and the euro.
Ashley Petersen, senior oil market analyst at Stratas, talks about prices. Crude leapt to its highest in six months after the Trump administration said it will no longer give China, India and other major economies a pass on sanctions barring purch...
Kraft Heinz Co. is bringing in a new chief executive officer as it looks to break out of a prolonged slump that's hampered the company since its bid to buy Unilever fell apart more than two years ago.
Central Bank of Sri Lanka Governor Indrajit Coomaraswamy discusses the tragic bombing in Sri Lanka, the economy, its debt obligations and outlook for monetary policy.
Hooi Ling Tan, Grab co-founder, discusses the company's latest funding round, partnership strategy and growth potential with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
Tesla Inc. hosted an investor day on Monday to showcase the progress of its self-driven vehicle technology.
Brian Hook, U.S. special representative for Iran, discusses the Trump administration's announcement that it will not renew waivers that allowed countries to buy Iranian oil without facing U.S. sanctions.
David Bailin, Citi Private Bank chief investment officer, discusses the outlook for U.S.
Bloomberg market reporters take a deep dive into all of today's market action.
Kimberly-Clark Corp. joined consumer-goods giants that reported surprise sales gains in part by raising prices on key products, sending its shares surging the most since 2008.
On this edition of "Options Insight," Christian Fromhertz of Tribeca Trade Group discusses the performance of transportation stocks and his options strategy with Bloomberg's Abigail Doolittle on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."