Young Duke Atop One of U.K.'s Oldest Fortunes Faces Backlash

Young Duke Atop One of U.K.'s Oldest Fortunes Faces Backlash

Hugh Grosvenor, the seventh Duke of Westminster, is the U.K.'s third-richest person and considered by some its most eligible bachelor. Criticism is mounting for the Duke and his Grosvenor Group Ltd. The firm faces opposition to its plans to demoli...
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U.K. to Throw Kitchen Sink at Economy on Bad Data: JPM's Stubbs

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David Stubbs, head of investment strategy at JPMorgan Private Bank, discusses the prospect of policy stimulus from the U.K. government and Bank of England.
BTIG's Emanuel Preaches Patience Over Aggressiveness in Current Market

BTIG's Emanuel Preaches Patience Over Aggressiveness in Current Market

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BOE May Cut in January, March, Then Do QE: Deutsche Bank

BOE May Cut in January, March, Then Do QE: Deutsche Bank

George Saravelos, global head of FX research at Deutsche Bank, discusses the outlook for the U.K. economy and Bank of England policy.
Elon Musk Inches Closer to $350 Million Bonus

Elon Musk Inches Closer to $350 Million Bonus

Elon Musk, chief executive officer of Tesla Inc., will secure a pay bonus of around $350 million if the electric carmaker's market capitalization averages over $100 billion over a six month period. Bloomberg Opinion columnist Alex Webb has the det...
Flybe U.K. Rescue Plan May Include Subsidies for Some Routes

Flybe U.K. Rescue Plan May Include Subsidies for Some Routes

The U.K. government is reportedly considering subsidies for some routes operated by regional airline Flybe as part of a rescue deal.
Does ECB Have Room to Raise Rates in 2020?

Does ECB Have Room to Raise Rates in 2020?

Janet Henry, global chief economist at HSBC, and Gregory Perdon, co-chief investment officer at Arbuthnot Latham, discuss their differing expectations for European Central Bank policy in the year ahead.
Impeachment Trial: What You Need to Know About the Proceedings

Impeachment Trial: What You Need to Know About the Proceedings

Chief Justice John Roberts appeared in the Senate chamber Thursday to swear in the senators for President Donald Trump's impeachment trial, which is set to begin Tuesday.
Shifting Consumer Trends Excite UBS's Private Markets Head

Shifting Consumer Trends Excite UBS's Private Markets Head

Isabelle Toledano-Koutsouris, head of private capital markets at UBS, explains why the sector is driven by thematic, long-term investing and why shifting consumer trends present an "exciting" growth opportunity.
This Strategist Says Best Equity Opportunities Lie Outside U.S.

This Strategist Says Best Equity Opportunities Lie Outside U.S.

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Alphabet Joins Apple and Microsoft in the $1 Trillion Club

Alphabet Joins Apple and Microsoft in the $1 Trillion Club

Google's parent company Alphabet Inc. hit a milestone on Thursday, as a rally in the stock took it above a $1 trillion valuation for the first time, solidifying the dominance of technology and internet stocks as the biggest titans of Wall Street.
China Is Favorite Market, Value Partners Co-Chair Says

China Is Favorite Market, Value Partners Co-Chair Says

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China Figures Confirm Economy Has Bottomed Out: Morgan Stanley

China Figures Confirm Economy Has Bottomed Out: Morgan Stanley

Robin Xing, chief China economist at Morgan Stanley, talks about the economy, policies, and the trade deal with the U.S.. China's economy stabilized last quarter after slowing to the weakest pace in almost three decades.
Credit Suisse Is 'Overweight' Risk, Equities, Woods Says

Credit Suisse Is 'Overweight' Risk, Equities, Woods Says

John Woods, chief investment officer for Asia Pacific at Credit Suisse, discusses the outlook for the global economy and markets.
Risks to China After Trade Deal Signing

Risks to China After Trade Deal Signing

In a letter read out during Wednesday's trade deal signing at the White House, Chinese leader Xi Jinping asked U.S. President Donald Trumpto take steps to "enhance mutual trust and cooperation between us." That won't be easy: Apart from the trade ...
Turning More Bullish on China's Growth, BofA's Qiao Says

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Helen Qiao, chief Greater China economist at Bank of America Securities, talks about the Chinese economy and policies. The economy stabilized last quarter after slowing to the slowest pace in almost three decades, as rising demand and easing trade...
Bank of Korea May Cut Rates in 4Q, BofA Securities' Oh Says

Bank of Korea May Cut Rates in 4Q, BofA Securities' Oh Says

Kathleen Oh, economist at Bank of America Securities, talks about South Korea's economy and monetary policy. The central bank left its key interest rate unchanged Friday, opting to monitor signs of green shoots in the economy as the government ste...
U.S. Financials to Outperform, Algebris Investments CEO Says

U.S. Financials to Outperform, Algebris Investments CEO Says

Davide Serra, founder and chief executive officer of Algebris Investments, talks about global markets and policies.
China to Hit 2019 Economic Targets as Trade Deal Lifts Outlook

China to Hit 2019 Economic Targets as Trade Deal Lifts Outlook

The preliminary trade deal just signed by the U.S. and China is set to reinforce the stabilizing momentum of the Chinese economy, with data due Friday likely to indicate some government success in braking the slowdown toward the end of last year. ...
Morgan Stanley APAC WM Seeks to Hire More Relationship Managers

Morgan Stanley APAC WM Seeks to Hire More Relationship Managers

Vincent Chui, head of Asia Pacific wealth management at Morgan Stanley, talks about the outlook for the business and markets.
Why Investing In Women Is An Arbitrage Opportunity

Why Investing In Women Is An Arbitrage Opportunity

On Bloomberg Equality today, Virginia Tan, the founding partner of Teja Ventures, Asia's first gender lens venture capital fund speaks with Bloomberg TV's Selina Wang. Tan is also the co-founder of She Loves Tech -- the world's largest tech startu...
The CEO Aiming to Create Efficiency in Shipping Data

The CEO Aiming to Create Efficiency in Shipping Data

In this week's "Commodity-In-Chief" on "Bloomberg Commodities Edge", Bloomberg's Alix Steel talks with Matthew Costello, the CEO of Voyager, a firm that aims to help the bulk shipping industry by managing data and communications.
Alcoa Drops as $1 Billion Revamp Faces World Awash in Metal

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Alcoa Corp. shares posted the biggest decline since mid-2018 after the top U.S. aluminum producer reported a wider-than-expected loss and said it sees global output of the metal outstripping demand this year. Bloomberg's Joe Deaux and Alix Steel d...
Commodity Markets Shrug at China's $95 Billion Trade Pledge

Commodity Markets Shrug at China's $95 Billion Trade Pledge

China has pledged to buy almost $95 billion worth of additional U.S. commodities as part of a phase one trade deal. The market is not so sure. Prices fell for most raw materials that are part of the agreement. On "Bloomberg Commodities Edge", Bloo...