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China's central bank said it will "increase counter-cyclical adjustment" to ward off downward pressure on the economy, while staying vigilant on the possibility of expectations that inflation may spread. Bloomberg's Selina Wang has the story.
John Slattery, head of commercial aviation at Embraer SA, discusses the Brazilian planemaker's strategy, outlook and its planned joint venture with Boeing.
Bilal Khan, senior economist at Standard Chartered Plc in Dubai, talks about Saudi Aramco's planned initial public offering and the implications for the kingdom's economy.
Holden Chow, vice chairman at the Democratic Alliance for the Betterment and Progress of Hong Kong, discusses the unrest in Hong Kong and how he thinks it could be resolved.
More than a decade after it began...the saga of scam artist Bernie Madoff may be coming to a close. It's a tale filled with lawyers, courts and billions of dollars. Here's Joe Nocera with his story in the new issue of Bloomberg Businessweek.
SoftBank is planning to combine its Yahoo Japan internet business with messaging service Line. SoftBank is hoping the move will expand its influence online and create a viable, global competitor in some of the key industries like artificial intell...
Ford has unveiled the Mustang Mach E, an all-electric SUV and next generation of the iconic mustang brand. Bloomberg's Ed Ludlow reports from Los Angeles
Ford Motor Co. Chief Executive Officer Jim Hackett says the Mustang Mach E, an all electric sports utility vehicle, will be profitable from the first car. Hackett spoke to Bloomberg's Ed Ludlow at the Mach E unveil event in Los Angeles.
Chulanee Attanayake, visiting research fellow at the Institute of South Asian Studies of the National University of Singapore, talks about China-friendly Gotabhaya Rajapaksa's victory in Sri Lanka's bitterly contested presidential election.
Richard Harris, chief executive officer at Port Shelter Investment Management, discusses the U.S.-China trade talks and his outlook for the negotiations and the markets.
Lindsey Ford, foreign policy fellow at the Brookings Institution, talks about the protests in Hong Kong. Police moved to clear protesters at a university in Kowloon after a weekend standoff, leading to dramatic scenes with smoke billowing from mul...
Steve Vickers, chief executive officer at Steve Vickers and Associates, discusses the violence in Hong Kong and where he sees the protests heading.
Robert Hormats, vice chairman of Kissinger Associates and a former U.S. Under Secretary of State, talks about the trade negotiations between the world's two biggest economies. U.S. and Chinese trade negotiators held "constructive discussions" in a...
HP Inc.'s board unanimously rejected Xerox Holdings Corp.'s unsolicited takeover proposal, saying the $22-a-share offer is too low and citing concerns about the smaller rival's prospects in the printing industry.
Ayham Kamel, Middle East & North Africa practice head at Eurasia Group, talks about Saudi Aramco's planned initial public offering. Saudi Arabia set a valuation target for Aramco's IPO well below Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's goal of $2 trill...
U.S. and Chinese trade negotiators held "constructive discussions" in a phone call on Saturday to address each side's core concerns of phase one of the trade deal.
Alice Browne, associate director at Dixon Advisory, a family wealth management firm based in Australia, discusses the risks in global markets and where she sees opportunities.
Wildfires ravaging Australia's parched east and west coasts are set to worsen as lightning strikes from dry storms combine with rising temperatures and winds to aggravate conditions for firefighters already struggling with more than 100 blazes.
Hong Kong police and protesters hardened their battle lines over the weekend as violent clashes showed no signs of abating. The police stormed into Hong Kong Polytechnic University after an all-night standoff with protesters, the Associated Press ...