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Jim O'Neill, chair at Chatham House and former chairman at Goldman Sachs Asset Management, discusses the outlook for the U.K. general election, fiscal policy and Brexit.
Khalid Abdullah Al Hussan, chief executive officer of Tadawul, the Saudi stock exchange, reacts to the Saudi Aramco initial public offering. Shares surged after the listing, valuing the oil producer at a record $1.88 trillion and lifting the natio...
Jeffery Gundlach said he sees a 35% chance of a U.S. recession by the end of the year, down from his prediction of 75% in September, but offered a warning at BBB-rated debt.
Credit Suisse is cutting its main profitability target for this year and next year as trade tensions and negative interest rates weigh on the bank after a 3-year restructuring. The Swiss lender has been changing its expectations with regard to ret...
Dane Chamorro, senior partner at risk consultancy Control Risks Group Holdings Ltd, discusses the top risks facing global business in 2020 with Rishaad Salamat and Juliette Saly on "Bloomberg Markets Asia".
For many bond investors it's a matter of when, not if, Lebanon restructures its $87 billion of debt as it reels under a deepening financial crisis. Working out what the trigger would be or the extent of the fallout is another matter entirely.
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa cut short a trip abroad to deal with an escalating crisis at the state power company. Meanwhile, record commodity prices and low global interest rates have encouraged African countries to borrow like they di...
Simon Ballard, chief economist at First Abu Dhabi Bank Pjsc, talks about this week's U.K. election, the Brexit negotiations and the implications for markets.
Chris Curtis, political research manager at YouGov, discusses results of their final MRP poll ahead of Thursday's U.K. election, which shows Prime Minister Boris Johnson's lead slashed by more than half.
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen will present her "Green Deal" in Brussels today aiming to turn the EU into a climate-neutral bloc within the next 30 years. Her pitch will include a timeline for various laws to be put forward bet...
Chris Southworth, secretary general at ICC U.K., discusses how much businesses have been listened to throughout the U.K. election process, the trade relationship between the U.K. and the EU and where businesses are seeing opportunities.
U.K. in a Changing Europe Director Anand Menon, Ipsos Mori Chief Executive Officer Ben Page, Ryanair Holdings Plc CEO Michael O'Leary, Atlas Merchant Capital CEO Bob Diamond and Former Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond discuss what's at s...
Erik Nielsen, chief economist at UniCredit Group, discusses the possibility of a recession in the U.S. and his outlook for Fed policy.
Peter Hambro, chairman at Hong Kong-listed IRC Ltd, talks about the iron ore's tumultuous year and the company's business strategy with Rishaad Salamat and Juliette Saly on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia".
Sam Lynton-Brown, head of FX strategy for Europe at BNP Paribas Markets 360, discusses commodity currencies going into 2020 and his preferred carry trades.
Anthony Scaramucci, co-managing partner and founder of SkyBridge Capital, discusses the Aramco IPO, the impeachment of President Trump and his top concern for markets.
Chinese officials expect President Donald Trump to delay a threatened tariff increase set for Sunday, giving more time to negotiate an interim trade deal that both sides continue to insist is close to fruition despite a series of missed deadlines,...
A panel of international experts advising Hong Kong's police watchdog announced it would withdraw from a review of officers' conduct, a move that will likely bolster criticism of the city's response to protesters demands.
David Gaud, Asia chief investment officer and head of discretionary portfolio management at Pictet Wealth Management, talks about the trade war between the U.S. and China, the implications for financial markets and Federal Reserve policy.