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France is gearing up for a new week of protests. Both the government and labor unions are vowing to stick to their guns on the battle over President Emmanuel Macron's reform of the pension system. Unions have been emboldened after more than 800,00...
Tullow Oil Plc's CEO and exploration director quit after a slew of operational setbacks, marking the exit of the old guard.
M&A Monday has begun with another big deal in the biotech space. Sanofi has agreed to buy U.S.-based Synthorx in a buyout worth approximately $2.5 billion.
Werner Hoyer, president of the European Investment Bank, discusses his investments in non-fossil fuel energy, the German Climate Bill and his thoughts on Brexit.
Ben Page, chief executive officer at Ipsos Mori, discusses U.K. politics and the upcoming election.
Sarah Hewin, chief economist for the Americas and Europe at Standard Chartered Bank, discusses the U.K. election and her outlook for the pound.
Can Europe save itself from being stuck in a protracted Japanification? Many investors think it's unlikely to find an escape route any time soon, but there's someone with a very different call for next year.
The latest market analysis from the Bank of International Settlements, the central bank for central banks, has a fairly grim report on the state of the repo market. The BIS says the vital cog in the financial system is under threat from structural...
Mohamed El-Erian, a Bloomberg Opinion columnist and the chief economic adviser at Allianz SE, talks about the trade global monetary, fiscal policies, and bond yields.
Mohamed El-Erian, a Bloomberg Opinion columnist and the chief economic adviser at Allianz SE, talks about the trade war between the U.S. and China, the implications for financial markets and the global economy.
Brett McGonegal, chairman and chief executive officer of Capital Link International, talks about the British pound, bitcoin, and Chinese stocks.
David Webb, founder of Webb-Site.com, discusses the protest over the weekend in Hong Kong and where he sees them going.
Jake Robson, partner at Morrison & Foerster, discusses his IPO outlook for 2020 in Southeast Asia and what he's seeing in M&A.
The unexpected drop in China's exports in November shows one reason why the nation wants to agree on a phase one trade deal - U.S. tariffs are hurting China's exports at a time when global demand is already weak.
Michael Tien, a pro-establishment member of Hong Kong's legislative council and founder of apparel chain G2000 Group, talks about the protests in the city and Chief Executive Carry Lam.
Michael Spencer, chief APAC economist at Deutsche Bank, discusses China's economy and the possibility of a 'phase 1' trade deal with the U.S.
Liang Hong, chief economist at CICC, talks about China's economy and policies. China's exports unexpectedly fell in November as global demand waned and a deal with the U.S. continued to elude negotiators, while imports rebounded.
Ziming Huang, managing partner and co-chief investment officer at HeirCastle Asset Management, talks about Chinese stocks.
Just days until the U.K. election, polls suggest Boris Johnson's conservatives will win a healthy majority, unless Brexit opponents can find a way to coordinate against him. The vote will determine Britain's relationship with the European Union.
Who wins when companies buy their own shares? One argument is that it's the company's executives that are coming out on top. Here's economics editor Peter Coy with his story in the latest issue of Bloomberg Businessweek.
Jesper Koll, chief executive officer for Japan at fund manager WisdomTree Investments Inc., talks about the nation's economy and policies. The economy expanded in the third quarter at a much faster pace than initially reported, as capital investme...
Katrina Ell, economist at Moody's Analytics, talks about Asian economies including Indonesia and Australia, and central banks' policies.
Whittier Trust CIO Sandip Bhagat says all signs point to a solid U.S. Economy, and there is a low risk of U.S. Recession.