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Brett McGonegal, chairman and chief executive officer of Capital Link International, talks about the British pound, bitcoin, and Chinese stocks.
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.
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.
Democrats began making their final arguments for the speedy impeachment of President Donald Trump with a simple refrain: Nothing less than the integrity of the upcoming 2020 presidential election is at stake.
Hong Kong saw its biggest pro-democracy protest in months on Sunday, signaling more unrest to come in 2020 as the movement that began in June to fight China's increasing grip on the city shows its staying power. Hundreds of thousands of demonstrat...
Saudi Arabian Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman comments on the initial public offering of state-owned oil giant Saudi Aramco.
Tiffany Wilding, executive vice president and U.S. economist at Pacific Investment Management Co., discusses the U.S. November jobs report, the prospect of a 2020 recession, and the lack of inflation in the U.S.
Tiffany Wilding, Pacific Investment Management Co. (Pimco) executive vice president and U.S. economist, discusses the prospects for a trade deal between China and the U.S.
Takashi Anamizu, Representative Director, Executive Vice President of Tokyo Gas, Satoshi Onoda, President of JERA Co. Inc. and Kazuhiro Takeuchi, Representative Director, President and CEO of Japan Renewable Energy Corporation in conversation with...
Andy Purdy, Huawei Technologies Co.'s chief security officer, discusses the Federal Communications Committee's decision to designate Huawei as a national security threat.
James Kuffner, CEO of Toyota Research Institute-Advanced Development (TRI_AD) speaks with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker at Bloomberg The Year Ahead in Tokyo on December 5, 2019.