Alibaba Kicks Off Hong Kong Offering

Alibaba Kicks Off Hong Kong Offering

Alibaba has kicked off its secondary listing in Hong Kong, an offering that could raise as much as $12 billion.
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Russian Energy Minister Says OPEC+ JMMC Recommends Oil Cut

Russian Energy Minister Says OPEC+ JMMC Recommends Oil Cut

The Joint Ministerial Monitoring Committee of OPEC+ recommended a reduction in oil-output quotas of 500k b/d, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said in Vienna following JMMC meeting.
Paris Violence Doesn't Put Macron Presidency at Risk: ING

Paris Violence Doesn't Put Macron Presidency at Risk: ING

Carsten Brzeski, chief economist at ING Germany, and George Saravelos, global head of FX research at Deutsche Bank, discuss the violent protests in France, the pressure on President Emmanuel Macron and the prospects for the European economy overall.
This Is the Most Important ECB Meeting This Year: JPMorgan AM's Michele

This Is the Most Important ECB Meeting This Year: JPMorgan AM's Michele

Bob Michele, chief investment officer and head of global fixed income at JPMorgan Asset Management, discusses the upcoming ECB meeting and his outlook for monetary policy.
Phoenix to Buy Reassure From Swiss Re

Phoenix to Buy Reassure From Swiss Re

John Dacey, chief financial officer at Swiss Re AG, discusses the company's deal to sell their Reassure unit to Phoenix Group Holdings Plc and what they will do with the money from the sale.
Supportive Environment for Risk Assets in 2020: Aviva Investors

Supportive Environment for Risk Assets in 2020: Aviva Investors

Jub Hurren, fixed income portfolio manager at Aviva Investors, discusses the outlook for central bank policy and investor sentiment in 2020.
Saudi Arabia Wants More Equal Sharing of Cuts: Citigroup's Martoccia

Saudi Arabia Wants More Equal Sharing of Cuts: Citigroup's Martoccia

Francesco Martoccia, senior associate for commodity research at Citigroup, discusses the OPEC meeting and what we can expect from the cartel moving forward.
Pound Will Have a Bit More Upside, Says Pictet's Paolini

Pound Will Have a Bit More Upside, Says Pictet's Paolini

Luca Paolini, chief strategist at Pictet Asset Management SA, discusses the pound and the upcoming U.K. election.
Factor Moves Whipsaw Traders

Factor Moves Whipsaw Traders

While equity markets head for a weekly loss, traders who bet on trends beneath the surface, were also whipsawed.
Germany's Social Democrats Set Demands for Staying in Government

Germany's Social Democrats Set Demands for Staying in Government

Germany's Social Democrat Party laid out a list of demands to stay in Chancellor Angela Merkel's grand coalition. The newly elected leaders want a "massive" increase in infrastructure spending, a higher minimum wage and more action on climate. The...
A Close Future EU-Japan Relationship Is Key, Says EU Ambassador to Japan

A Close Future EU-Japan Relationship Is Key, Says EU Ambassador to Japan

EU Ambassador to Japan Patricia Flor discusses Brexit and the relationship between the EU and Japan.
Don't See Meaningful Increase in Oil Prices in 2020, Says Oreana's Poole

Don't See Meaningful Increase in Oil Prices in 2020, Says Oreana's Poole

Isaac Poole, chief investment officer at Oreana Financial Services, discusses his outlook for oil in 2020 and his outlook for the global economy and for a recession.
Toyota Research Institute's Kuffner on Self-Driving Car Ambitions

Toyota Research Institute's Kuffner on Self-Driving Car Ambitions

James Kuffner, chief executive of Toyota Research Institute - Advanced Development, discusses his work on self-driving car technology, competition in the industry and the timetable for delivering software to consumer vehicles. He spoke with Bloomb...
Hong Kong Braces for Another Mass March This Weekend

Hong Kong Braces for Another Mass March This Weekend

This weekend we're bracing for another possible disruptive next few days in Hong Kong. Rally organizers are calling for a large-scale march through the central business district on Sunday. There is also a possible general strike on Monday.
2020 Will Mark a Shift Change in Energy in Asia, Says JPMorgan's Darling

2020 Will Mark a Shift Change in Energy in Asia, Says JPMorgan's Darling

Scott Darling, head of regional oil and gas research at JPMorgan, discusses the company's energy outlook for 2020.
Pelosi Puts House on Quick Timetable for Impeaching Trump

Pelosi Puts House on Quick Timetable for Impeaching Trump

Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi is stepping up the timetable for impeaching President Trump, putting the House in motion towards an historic vote.
Wouldn't Be Surprised to See Bear Market in Commodities: Direxion's Jablonski

Wouldn't Be Surprised to See Bear Market in Commodities: Direxion's Jablonski

Sylvia Jablonski, managing director of capital markets at Direxion, discusses the OPEC meeting, oil markets and her outlook for commodities.
Taking Stock of China's Hedge Fund Market

Taking Stock of China's Hedge Fund Market

Mohammad Hassan, head analyst for hedge fund research and indexation at Eurekahedge Pte Ltd., discusses China's hedge fund market and the challenges foreign firms are facing doing business in the market.
China's Official Growth Target Around 6.0 in 2020: BofAML's Qiao

China's Official Growth Target Around 6.0 in 2020: BofAML's Qiao

Helen Qiao, chief Greater China economist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, discusses China's GDP growth in 2020 and her outlook for inflation.
IMO 2020 Will Lead to More Volatility, Disruption: Ardmore Shipping CEO

IMO 2020 Will Lead to More Volatility, Disruption: Ardmore Shipping CEO

In this week's "Commodity-In-Chief" on "Bloomberg Commodities Edge", Alix Steel talks with Anthony Gurnee, president and CEO of Ardmore Shipping. They discuss how new shipping rules will affect the global shipping market. From Jan. 1, vessels are ...
'Bullish' on Small-, Mid-Cap Stocks, First Franklin Says

'Bullish' on Small-, Mid-Cap Stocks, First Franklin Says

Brett Ewing, chief market strategist at First Franklin Financial Services, talks about U.S. stocks.
Huawei Files Lawsuit Against FCC

Huawei Files Lawsuit Against FCC

Huawei Technologies Co. has sued the Federal Communications Commission, seeking to overturn a regulatory decision that will hurt the Chinese corporation's business with its last major American clients.
Uber Review Finds 3,000 U.S. Assault Claims

Uber Review Finds 3,000 U.S. Assault Claims

Uber shares fell in late trade after it revealed more than 3000 allegations of sexual assault in the U.S. last year involving drivers or passengers.
Saudi Oil Minister Says OPEC Will Disclose Decision Friday

Saudi Oil Minister Says OPEC Will Disclose Decision Friday

OPEC reached an agreement that adjusts its official production targets, but removes few barrels from a market that's forecast to return to surplus early next year. Still, the usual press conference had been postponed to Friday.
Bloomberg Equality: Trip.com's Sun on Gender Equality in Tech Industry

Bloomberg Equality: Trip.com's Sun on Gender Equality in Tech Industry

On Bloomberg Equality today, Bloomberg's Selina Wang speaks to Jane Sun, the CEO of Trip.com, China's largest online travel agency. As the only female CEO of a major internet company in China, Sun shares her views on how Trip.com has boosted femal...