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Pheona Tsang, fixed income chief investment officer at Bea Union Investment, discusses China onshore bond defaults and her expectations for the sector in 2020.
Finance Minister Mohammed Al-Jadaan says that Saudi Arabia would tap both the international and local bond markets in 2020 to help finance a budget shortfall that is expected to reach 6.4% of gross domestic product from 4.7% this year.
Dymon Asia Capital co-CIO Danny Yongn says the company is positioned almost one-third of its portfolio into investments that can profit from black-swan market events and dislocations. He sees China will be forced to cut rates and begin quantitativ...
Amazon.com Inc. claims the Pentagon failed to fairly judge its bid for a cloud contract worth up to $10 billion because President Donald Trump viewed company founder Jeffrey Bezos as his "political enemy.
Global TV advertising sales fell almost 4% in 2019, the steepest drop since the depths of the economic recession in 2009, in the latest sign that advertisers are following viewers to the internet.
SoftBank Group Corp. tapped Goldman Sachs Group Inc. for new financing to help revive one of its biggest bets -- an investment in office-sharing company WeWork.
Alex Patelis, chief economic adviser to Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, discusses his expectations for Greece's economy and the Hercules plan. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close.
The Trump administration and House Democrats have a tentative deal on the U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade agreement, according to people familiar with negotiations, paving the way for congressional approval as early as this month even as Democrats prepar...
In this edition of "Charting Futures," Hedge Fund Telemetry President Tom Thornton his options trade for pound futures with Bloomberg's Abigail Doolittle on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
Margrethe Vestager, the European Union's competition and technology czar, will review how EU antitrust regulators weigh industries, following criticism that they've been too rigid in fining Google and blocking mobile-phone, steel and rail deals.
Andrew Pekosz, co-director of the Johns Hopkins Center of Excellence in Influenza Research and Surveillance, discusses the tracking of regional influenza outbreaks and the importance of vaccinations to avoid the infection with Bloomberg's Vonnie Q...
Robert McDowell, former FCC commissioner and a partner at Cooley, discusses what's at stake for T-Mobile US Inc. and Sprint Corp. as the companies head to court this week against a group of states seeking to block a $26.5 billion deal between the ...
Alberto Gallo, head of macro strategies at Algebris Investments, and Wolfgang Munchau, co-founder and president of Eurointelligence, discuss European Central Bank monetary policy and the change in leadership at the central bank.
Luca Paolini of Pictet Asset Management, Peter Tchir of Academy Securities and Jack Manley of J.P. Morgan Asset Management discuss the December 15 deadline for U.S. tariffs on China and its potential impact on markets.
Paul Volcker, the former Federal Reserve chairman who broke the back of U.S. inflation in the 1980's, has died at the age of 92, according to the New York Times.