Why the Impeachment Inquiry Makes USMCA Ratification More Likely

Why the Impeachment Inquiry Makes USMCA Ratification More Likely

Libby Cantrill, head of public policy at Pimco, examines how the impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump is impacting markets, the potential passage of the USMCA, and funding for the U.S. government.
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Hong Kong Police Move to Clear Protesters at University

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Hong Kong police move to clear protesters at a university in Kowloon after a weekend standoff and more violent clashes.
U.S. and China Are Really Testing the Water, Says Port Shelter's CEO

U.S. and China Are Really Testing the Water, Says Port Shelter's CEO

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.
China's Support for H.K.'s Lam Hard to Understand: Brookings' Ford

China's Support for H.K.'s Lam Hard to Understand: Brookings' Ford

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...
HK Government Has to Respond to the People: Fmr. Democratic Party Chairperson Lau

HK Government Has to Respond to the People: Fmr. Democratic Party Chairperson Lau

Former Democratic Party Chairperson Emily Lau discusses the unrest in Hong Kong and how she sees it resolving.
No Political Solution in Sight for Hong Kong, Says Steve Vickers and Associates CEO

No Political Solution in Sight for Hong Kong, Says Steve Vickers and Associates CEO

Steve Vickers, chief executive officer at Steve Vickers and Associates, discusses the violence in Hong Kong and where he sees the protests heading.
Dollar Has Further Downside to Go, StanChart's Zhang Says

Dollar Has Further Downside to Go, StanChart's Zhang Says

Lemon Zhang, Macro & FX Strategist at Standard Chartered, talks about the dollar, the yuan and the yen.
Kissinger Associates' Hormats on U.S.-China Trade Talks

Kissinger Associates' Hormats on U.S.-China Trade Talks

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 Rejects Xerox Offer as Too Low

HP Rejects Xerox Offer as Too Low

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.
Aramco IPO Lower Valuation Is Better for Saudi Prince: Eurasia

Aramco IPO Lower Valuation Is Better for Saudi Prince: Eurasia

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., China Officials Discuss Concerns of Trade Deal Phase One

U.S., China Officials Discuss Concerns of Trade Deal Phase One

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.
Australian Stocks' Valuations Are 'Quite Stretched': Dixon Advisory

Australian Stocks' Valuations Are 'Quite Stretched': Dixon Advisory

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.
Australia Wildfires Set to Worsen

Australia Wildfires Set to Worsen

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 Braces for Another Week of Chaos

Hong Kong Braces for Another Week of Chaos

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 ...
Disney+ Is a 'Home Run,' Wedbush's Ives Says

Disney+ Is a 'Home Run,' Wedbush's Ives Says

Dan Ives, Wedbush Securities managing director, and Bloomberg Businessweek's Max Chafkin discuss Walt Disney Co.
Why Wedbush's Ives Sees Apple Shares Hitting $325

Why Wedbush's Ives Sees Apple Shares Hitting $325

Dan Ives, Wedbush Securities managing director, discusses his forecast for Apple Inc.
WeWork Faces an SEC Inquiry

WeWork Faces an SEC Inquiry

WeWork faces SEC scrutiny over possible financial rule violations. Barry Oxford, an analyst at DA Davids and Bloomberg's Ellen Huet discuss on 'Bloomberg Technology.
Ready, Set, Ride: Preparing Smart Cities for Smarter Vehicles

Ready, Set, Ride: Preparing Smart Cities for Smarter Vehicles

Stefan Teuchert, CEO of BMW Group Russia and Olga Uskova, Founder and President of Cognitive Technologies sat down with Bloomberg's Giles Turner at Sooner Than You Think at the Open Innovations Forum in Moscow for a conversation on how cities can ...
Cleaner, Safter and More Efficient: Building the Smart Cities of Tomorrow

Cleaner, Safter and More Efficient: Building the Smart Cities of Tomorrow

Artem Ermolaev, Professor of Higher School of Economics and President of NGO "Smart Cities"; Christian Nardin, Senior Vice President, High Growth Countries at Dassault Systemes; and Larissa Suzuki, Senior Principal Product Manager for Machine Lear...
5G and the Smart Cities of the Future

5G and the Smart Cities of the Future

Jong-Sung Hwang, Lead Researcher at the National Information Society Agency & Master Planner of the Busan EDC National Pilot Smart City; VimpelCom CEO Vasyl Latsanych and Alicia Mancheno, Managing Director for Alizent Spain sat down with Bloomberg...
Facial Recognition: Cool, Convenient or Concerning?

Facial Recognition: Cool, Convenient or Concerning?

Natalya Galyan, Intel Corporation's Regional Director for Russia; Yaroslav Goncharov, the CEO of FaceApp; Alexander Khanin, the CEO of VisionLabs; and Anna Serebryanikova, Deputy CEO in Digital Projects and Government Relations for USM Management ...
Securing the Smart City

Securing the Smart City

Aleksandr Lazarenko, Head of Research and Development for Group-IB sat down with Bloomberg's Giles Turner at Sooner Than You Think at the Open Innovations Forum in Moscow for a conversation on the role of cybersecurity as cities manage more data a...
Pulling the Bull Over Your Eyes?

Pulling the Bull Over Your Eyes?

Just as the bond market was getting used to rising yields, another about-face in global investor sentiment drove them down again. Major debt markets from Treasuries to German bunds rallied this week as investors reevaluated the synchronized upswin...
What to Watch Next Week

What to Watch Next Week

Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro sat down with Morgan Stanley's Matthew Hornbach, Mike Schumacher of Wells Fargo and Kathy Jones of Charles Schwab to preview the big market moving events next week, including PMIs out of the Eurozone & U.S.
High Volume in High-Grade

High Volume in High-Grade

The U.S. investment-grade corporate bond spread tightened to the lowest level since March 2018 this week, even after AbbVie's $30 billion deal headlined the second-biggest week of the year for U.S. investment-grade issuance. Bloomberg's Jonathan F...