Bloomberg Markets: European Open

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Bloomberg Markets: European Open - Venezuela's Guaido Wants China to See Maduro Is Bad for Business

Venezuela's Guaido Wants China to See Maduro Is Bad for Business

Juan Guaido, Venezuela's National Assembly Leader, is calling for a transparent relationship with China, a key investor in the South American nation. He's also promising any agreements made with the regime of Nicolas Maduro would be honored as lon...
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Bloomberg Markets: European Open - U.K.,EU Will Find a Compromise and It Will Be a Fudge, Says Shore Capital's Chairman

U.K.,EU Will Find a Compromise and It Will Be a Fudge, Says Shore Capital's Chairman

Howard Shore, chairman and founder of Shore Capital, discusses his support for the Tory Party, the possibility of a hard Brexit and a hard border for Ireland, if there will be a compromise and his thoughts on Brexit.
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Bloomberg Markets: European Open - Novo Nordisk CEO Favors Trump Plan to Limit Rebates

Novo Nordisk CEO Favors Trump Plan to Limit Rebates

Lars Fruergaard Jorgensen, chief executive officer of Novo Nordisk A/S, the world's biggest maker of diabetes drugs, discusses earnings, the company's growth potential, pricing and a proposal by the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump to...
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Bloomberg Markets: European Open - Pictet's Donay Favors U.S. Equities Over Bonds

Pictet's Donay Favors U.S. Equities Over Bonds

Christophe Donay, head of asset allocation and macro research at Pictet Wealth Management, discusses Federal Reserve policy and his preference for U.S. equities over bonds.
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Bloomberg Markets: European Open - ECB to Lean Toward Removing Negative Rates, AXA Says

ECB to Lean Toward Removing Negative Rates, AXA Says

David Page, senior U.S. and U.K. economist at AXA Investment Managers, discusses the euro-zone economy and European Central Bank policy.
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Bloomberg Markets: European Open - Fortum CEO on Dividend, Uniper, Energy Prices in 2019

Fortum CEO on Dividend, Uniper, Energy Prices in 2019

Pekka Lundmark, chief executive officer at Fortum, discusses the company's dividend, their stake in Uniper, the German coal exit and his outlook for energy prices in 2019.
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Bloomberg Markets: European Open - Diageo CEO on China Business, Trade War, Brexit, Industry Trends

Diageo CEO on China Business, Trade War, Brexit, Industry Trends

Ivan Menezes, chief executive officer at Diageo, discusses his business in China, how the trade war has impacted his business, his strategy for Brexit and the trends he's seeing in the industry.
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Bloomberg Markets: European Open - Fed's Next Move Will Be a Cut, Says Bianco Research's President

Fed's Next Move Will Be a Cut, Says Bianco Research's President

Jim Bianco, president of Bianco Research, discusses the Fed's policy decision and his outlook for U.S. markets.
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Bloomberg Markets: European Open - Pessimism in 4Q Was Overdone, Says State Street's Veitmane

Pessimism in 4Q Was Overdone, Says State Street's Veitmane

Marija Veitmane, senior multi-asset strategist at State Street, discusses the Fed's policy decision, financial conditions in the U.S. and her outlook for global markets.
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Bloomberg Markets: European Open - Unilever's CEO Expects Market Conditions to Remain Challenging in 2019

Unilever's CEO Expects Market Conditions to Remain Challenging in 2019

New Unilever CEO Alan Jope speaks to Bloomberg's Annmarie Hordern following the release of the company's fourth quarter results.
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Bloomberg Markets: European Open - Europe Should Know We Want Changes on the Backstop, Says U.K. Conservative MP Graham

Europe Should Know We Want Changes on the Backstop, Says U.K. Conservative MP Graham

U.K. Conservative MP Richard Graham discusses his reaction to the votes in Parliament that sent Theresa May back to Brussels.
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Bloomberg Markets: European Open - Novartis CEO on Earnings, New Drug Approvals, Drug Prices, Generics

Novartis CEO on Earnings, New Drug Approvals, Drug Prices, Generics

Vasant Narasimhan, chief executive officer at Novartis, discusses 4Q earnings, his plan for new drug approvals, how his business could be impacted by Brexit, pricing pressure in the U.S., the generics business and their Roche stake.
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Bloomberg Markets: European Open - SocGen Said to Plan Investment Bank Cuts

SocGen Said to Plan Investment Bank Cuts

Societe Generale is said to be planning to cut jobs at its investment bank following a trading slump in the fourth-quarter. Bloomberg has learned the announcement may be made public as soon as next week.
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Bloomberg Markets: European Open - Food Prices Can Drop Post Brexit, Says JD Wetherspoon's Martin

Food Prices Can Drop Post Brexit, Says JD Wetherspoon's Martin

Tim Martin, founder of JD Wetherspoons, discusses the message from U.K. retailers about the risks to maintaining the quality and durability of food if there is a no-deal Brexit, the potential shortage of supplies, how long the shortage will last a...
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Bloomberg Markets: European Open - Sturgeon: SNP to Support Cooper-Boles Amendment

Sturgeon: SNP to Support Cooper-Boles Amendment

First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon discusses today's key votes in parliament, which ones she backs, the economic impact of the U.K. crashing out of the EU, the timing of another independence referendum for Scotland and the possibility of a...
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Bloomberg Markets: European Open - We're Determined to Take 'No Deal' Off the Table, Says U.K. Shadow Northern Ireland Secretary

We're Determined to Take 'No Deal' Off the Table, Says U.K. Shadow Northern Ireland Secretary

U.K. Shadow Northern Ireland Secretary Tony Lloyd discusses if the Labour party will back the Cooper-Boles amendment and if there is a way toward a general election.
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Bloomberg Markets: European Open - Brexit Compromise Has Widespread Support, Says U.K. Treasury's Morgan

Brexit Compromise Has Widespread Support, Says U.K. Treasury's Morgan

U.K. Treasury Select Committee Chair Nicky Morgan discusses a compromise option for Brexit that redrafts the Irish backstop and extends the transition period until 2021.
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Bloomberg Markets: European Open - Deals Report: Eni's Prize, Deutsche Bank's Boost, LafargeHolcim Weighs Sale

Deals Report: Eni's Prize, Deutsche Bank's Boost, LafargeHolcim Weighs Sale

Eni SpA agreed to pay $3.3 billion for Abu Dhabi National Oil Co.'s refining business; Deutsche Bank AG won a commitment for new investment from the Qatar Investment Authority; LafargeHolcim Ltd. may be weighing options for its Philippines business.
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Bloomberg Markets: European Open - Euro Looks a Little Bit Vulnerable at This Stage, Says Rabobank's Foley

Euro Looks a Little Bit Vulnerable at This Stage, Says Rabobank's Foley

Jane Foley, head of FX strategy at Rabobank, discusses the euro and her outlook for the German economy.
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Bloomberg Markets: European Open - U.S. Dollar Likely to Hold Its Own Against G10, Says Rabobank's Foley

U.S. Dollar Likely to Hold Its Own Against G10, Says Rabobank's Foley

Jane Foley, head of FX strategy at Rabobank, discusses the U.S. dollar and the U.S. economy.
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Bloomberg Markets: European Open - Bayer CEO on Lower Earnings, Monsanto Purchase, Roundup

Bayer CEO on Lower Earnings, Monsanto Purchase, Roundup

Werner Baumann, chief executive officer at Bayer, discusses the company's lower earnings forecast, the Monsanto purchase and the company's Roundup lawsuit.
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Bloomberg Markets: European Open - The Future of European Banking

The Future of European Banking

Tim Adams, president of the Institute of International Finance, discusses the European banking sector on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."
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Bloomberg Markets: European Open - ING to Pay Fine to End Dutch Money Laundering Probe

ING to Pay Fine to End Dutch Money Laundering Probe

ING has agreed to pay a fine of 775 million euros to settle a criminal investigation by the Dutch prosecutor into issues including money laundering and corrupt practices.
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Bloomberg Markets: European Open - Emerging Markets Maintain Losses

Emerging Markets Maintain Losses

Emerging markets are holding on to losses in Asian trading today.
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