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Stanford Finance Professor Anat Admati and University of Chicago Booth School Finance Professor Luigi Zingales discuss distortions in the global economy.
University of Chicago Booth School Finance Professor Luigi Zingales discusses the lack of unity among European nations, except in opposition to various world events.
Joe Twyman of Deltapoll discusses the outlook for the U.K. election as Prime Minister Boris Johnson pledged to deliver Brexit and a tax-cutting budget within 100 days of his Conservative Party winning the Dec. 12 vote -- a widely predicted outcome...
David Bloom, head of global foreign-exchange strategy at HSBC, discusses the outlook for the yuan and why he's struggling to see a "game breaker" for global currency markets in 2020.
Over the course of the US-China trade war, the Trump administration's aggressive policies and unpredictable behavior have lead to the negotiating table. But can this same strategy produce meaningful reform in China?
M&G Plc became Britain's latest investment firm to punish investors by halting redemptions -- in this case in its flagship 2.5 billion-pound ($3.3 billion) U.K. real estate fund on Wednesday. Fund managers lacked the cash to meet what they called ...
A shock decision from the RBI. India's central bank has defied all forecasts to leave rates unchanged. The decision comes despite last week's GDP data showing a sharp slowdown.
Senior executives at Kering SA, the owner of Gucci and Saint Laurent, have held exploratory talks with Moncler SpA about a potential deal for the Italian skiwear maker, people with knowledge of the matter said.
Bloomberg sources are saying Saudi Aramco has discussed pricing its shares at 32 riyals a piece at the top end of its marketed range. At that price, Aramco would raise a record $25.6 billion, knocking China's Alibaba off the top spot for the bigge...
Khatija Haque, the head of Middle East and North Africa research at Emirates NBD in Dubai, talks about Saudi Aramco's initial public offering, and the implications for OPEC's meeting in Vienna. Aramco is considering pricing its initial public offe...
Keiko Tashiro, deputy president of Daiwa Securities, discusses Japan's stimulus package and the securities firm's expansion strategy. She also discusses environment, social and governance investing, and the lack of gender diversity in the country.
Thomas Poullaouec, head of Asia Pacific multi-asset solutions at T. Rowe Price, discusses the trends that expects to see in markets next year.
Lawrence Ho, chairman and chief executive officer at Melco Resorts & Entertainment Ltd., discusses his strategy for an integrated resort license in Japan, Macau and his business strategy.
Marcel Thieliant, senior Japan, Australia and New Zealand economist at Capital Economics, discusses Japan's fiscal reform measures and what they mean for the economy.
Adrian Zenz, senior fellow in China Studies at the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation who is widely credited with exposing the full extent of China's mass detentions of adult Muslims in Xinjiang, talks about the U.S. House of Representatives...
Kathy Matsui, Japan vice chair and chief Japan equity strategist at Goldman Sachs, discusses Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's fiscal reform package, the economy and Japan's geopolitical vulnerabilities.
Amazon is facing widening antitrust scrutiny in the U.S. beyond its retail operations. Sources say investigators are now looking at the company's massive cloud computing business.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is rolling out a massive stimulus package to support an economy battling an export slump, natural disasters and the fallout from a sales tax hike.
The impeachment drama continues to play out on Capitol Hill. House Democrats have hinted at the Articles of Impeachment they'll be brining against President Trump and dismissed Republican objections that the entire inquiry is flawed.