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Dean Maki, chief economist at Point72, Colin Moore, global chief investment officer at Columbia Threadneedle Investments, and Seema Shah, chief strategist at Principal Global Investors, examine U.S. capital goods and durable goods orders for Decem...
Colin Moore, global chief investment officer at Columbia Threadneedle Investments, and Bloomberg Opinion columnist Brooke Sutherland examine fourth-quarter results from 3M Co. on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas.
Boeing Co.'s newest plane, the 777X, finally rumbled into the skies over the Washington factory complex constructed a half century ago for the original jumbo jet. The flight was on Saturday, January 25. The plane landed successfully almost four ho...
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson gave Huawei Technologies Co. the green light to help develop part of Britain's 5G broadband network. Bloomberg Opinion columnist Alex Webb has the details on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas.
EU Energy Commissioner Kadri Simson spoke exclusively to Bloomberg's Maria Tadeo in Brussels about the European Commission's ambitious energy goals and LNG.
BTIG's Julian Emanuel, DWS Group's Greg Staples and Federated Investors' Stephen Auth discuss the market impact of the coronavirus outbreak.
Marilyn Watson, head of global fundamental fixed income strategy at BlackRock, discusses the outlook for bond markets.
Airbus SE has agreed to settle long-running bribery probes in the U.S., France, and the U.K. that could potentially cost the company $3 billion.
Gabriela Santos, global market strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management, discusses opportunities presented by low yields in the current market and market concerns about the coronavirus.
Jennifer Rohn, cell biologist at the University of London, offers insight into what happens when viruses spread from animals to humans as global concern builds about the coronavirus.
Rob Kniaz, founding partner at Hoxton Ventures, discusses his outlook for U.S. tech earnings and where he sees the European tech sector heading.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam, wearing a surgical mask, speaks at a press conference about the decision to impose travel restrictions between the territory and China, marking a step change in efforts to contain a SARS-like coronavirus that ...
Renault SA's board will reportedly meet Tuesday to consider appointing Luca de Meo as chief executive officer.
Mustafa Sanalla, chairman of Libya's National Oil Corp., discusses the risk that military conflict could cause oil production in the OPEC nation to come to a halt. He spoke Jan. 27 with Bloomberg's Annmarie Hordern in London.
Arend Kapteyn, global head of economics and strategy research at UBS, says economic fallout from the coronavirus won't force a reaction from central banks.
Janet Mui, global economist at Cazenove Capital, discusses her trade for emerging markets and where she's seeing opportunity.
Christian Klein, co-chief executive officer at SAP, discusses the company's cloud bookings, trade war impact, earnings and areas of growth.
JPMorgan is keeping annual bonuses at its corporate and investment bank roughly flat for 2019.
Jens Henriksson, president and chief executive officer at Swedbank AB, discusses the company's results for 2019, the U.S. money laundering investigation and the changes in staff at the bank.
Frans van Houten, chief executive officer at Koninklijke Philips NV, discusses his business in China amid the coronavirus outbreak, earnings results and his 2020 outlook.
Charles-Henry Monchau, chief investment officer at Al Mal Capital, discusses the selloff in markets as the coronavirus spreads across the globe and where he's finding opportunity.
Luxembourg Finance Minister Pierre Gramegna discusses the trade relationship between the U.A.E. and Luxembourg, the digital tax in Europe and Eurozone GDP.
Simon Ballard, chief economist at First Abu Dhabi Bank. discusses how the coronavirus outbreak might affect China, the global economy, commodities and central banks' policies.
The director general of the World Health Organization is visiting Beijing to assess China's response to the corona virus. The country is now reporting more than 4500 cases and more than 100 fatalities. Global efforts to curb the spread of the dise...