We Remain Optimistic on Future of Hong Kong, Says Panerai CEO

We Remain Optimistic on Future of Hong Kong, Says Panerai CEO

Jean-Marc Pontroue, chief executive officer at Panerai, discusses the protests in Hong Kong, their impact on his business and his outlook for retail.
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China Bond Defaults Will Rise Into 2020, Says Bea Union's Tsang

China Bond Defaults Will Rise Into 2020, Says Bea Union's Tsang

Pheona Tsang, fixed income chief investment officer at Bea Union Investment, discusses China onshore bond defaults and her expectations for the sector in 2020.
Saudi Arabia Will Tap International and Local Bond Markets in 2020, Says Finance Minister

Saudi Arabia Will Tap International and Local Bond Markets in 2020, Says Finance Minister

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.
Economist Diane Swonk Remembers Paul Volcker

Economist Diane Swonk Remembers Paul Volcker

Diane Swonk, chief economist at Grant Thornton, discusses the legacy of Paul Volcker.
Dymon Asia Capital's Yong Says 30% of Portfolio Wagered on Tail Risk Amid Market Complacency

Dymon Asia Capital's Yong Says 30% of Portfolio Wagered on Tail Risk Amid Market Complacency

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 Sues Government After Losing Pentagon Contract

Amazon Sues Government After Losing Pentagon Contract

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 Sinks 4% in 2019

Global TV Advertising Sinks 4% in 2019

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.
Goldman Sachs to Help SoftBank Save WeWork

Goldman Sachs to Help SoftBank Save WeWork

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.
Checkr CEO on Fair Chance Hiring for Low-Level Offenders

Checkr CEO on Fair Chance Hiring for Low-Level Offenders

In this edition of "Bloomberg Equality," Checkr Inc.
Greece Could Cut NP Stock by Half With Hercules Scheme, Patelis Says

Greece Could Cut NP Stock by Half With Hercules Scheme, Patelis Says

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.
Bloomberg Market Wrap 12/9: Treasury Futures, India Stocks, Slack

Bloomberg Market Wrap 12/9: Treasury Futures, India Stocks, Slack

Bloomberg market reporters take a deep dive into all of today's action.
Pelosi, White House Have Tentative USMCA Deal

Pelosi, White House Have Tentative USMCA Deal

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...
Pound Rise Overdone, Hedge Fund Telemetry's Thornton Says

Pound Rise Overdone, Hedge Fund Telemetry's Thornton Says

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."
September Mayhem in U.S. Repo Market More Than a Hiccup, BIS Says

September Mayhem in U.S. Repo Market More Than a Hiccup, BIS Says

Bloomberg Intelligence's Ira Jersey discusses the key takeaways from the latest report from the Bank for International Settlements.
EU's Vestager Weighs How to Review Mega Deals

EU's Vestager Weighs How to Review Mega Deals

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.
Morgan Stanley Cuts About 1,500 Jobs in Efficiency Drive

Morgan Stanley Cuts About 1,500 Jobs in Efficiency Drive

Morgan Stanley is cutting about 1,500 jobs as part of a year-end efficiency push.
Early Flu Season Cases Much Higher Than Average: Johns Hopkins

Early Flu Season Cases Much Higher Than Average: Johns Hopkins

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...
UBS Sees No U.S. Recession, Three Fed Rate Cuts in 2020

UBS Sees No U.S. Recession, Three Fed Rate Cuts in 2020

Arend Kapteyn, global head of economics and strategy research at UBS, discusses the outlook for a U.S.
T-Mobile Heads to Court to Battle States Over Sprint Deal

T-Mobile Heads to Court to Battle States Over Sprint Deal

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 ...
The Outlook for Corporate Credit

The Outlook for Corporate Credit

Peter Tchir of Academy Securities discusses whether it's time to start shifting out of the winners and into the laggards.
Gallo Says Like Superheroes Facing Bigger Threat, ECB Needs New Power

Gallo Says Like Superheroes Facing Bigger Threat, ECB Needs New Power

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.
Former U.K. Transport Secretary Sees 'Deep, Deep Pessimism' From Voters

Former U.K. Transport Secretary Sees 'Deep, Deep Pessimism' From Voters

Former U.K. Transport Secretary Andrew Adonis discusses coming U.K. elections and the current state of Brexit.
Munchau Says Polls Are Not Forecasts for Coming U.K. Election

Munchau Says Polls Are Not Forecasts for Coming U.K. Election

Wolfgang Munchau, co-founder and president of Eurointelligence, discusses polling ahead of U.K. elections and the efficacy of the process.
Market Expectations as Dec. 15 Tariff Deadline Looms

Market Expectations as Dec. 15 Tariff Deadline Looms

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, Former Federal Reserve Chairman, Dies at 92

Paul Volcker, Former Federal Reserve Chairman, Dies at 92

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.