Trump Says the Fed Has Raised Rates Too Fast

Trump Says the Fed Has Raised Rates Too Fast

President Donald Trump comments on the state of the U.S. economy and Federal Reserve monetary policy during his address at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland.
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In the series "EVs: The Brink of Change", Bloomberg's Alix Steel breaks down electric vehicles - what's in them, how they work, their range, and cost of certain models.
Problems With Lithium-Ion Batteries Used in Electric Vehicles

Problems With Lithium-Ion Batteries Used in Electric Vehicles

Lithium Batteries, the main power supply in electric vehicles, are not without challenges. In the series "EVs: The Brink of Change", Bloomberg's Alix Steel looks at the commodities used to construct EV batteries, their merits as well as limitations.
Why China Is the Biggest EV Player

Why China Is the Biggest EV Player

In the series "EVs: The Brink of Change", Bloomberg's Alix Steel outlines the race for electric vehicle dominance, including why China is the biggest player.
The History of Electric Vehicles

The History of Electric Vehicles

Electric vehicles have changed a lot since their inception in the 19th century, but they still face the same challenges today. Bloomberg's Alix Steel takes us through the timeline in "EVs: On the Brink of Change."
Carmakers Come Together To Make It in the EV Space

Carmakers Come Together To Make It in the EV Space

Various global automakers say the investment and innovation needs for electric vehicles are more critical now than necessarily turning a profit. In the series "EVs: The Brink of Change", Bloomberg's Alix Steel narrates with the help of carmakers.
Trump Pardons Rod Blagojevich and Michael Milken

Trump Pardons Rod Blagojevich and Michael Milken

President Donald Trump announced a set of clemencies and pardons on Tuesday, including for former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich who was convicted of public corruption and for financier Michael Milken who was convicted of securities fraud. He a...
Watch Joe Biden Give Bernie Sanders a Hug

Watch Joe Biden Give Bernie Sanders a Hug

Former Vice President Joe Biden gives Senator Bernie Sanders, a fellow Democrat, a hug during the Democratic debate in New Hampshire on Feb. 7.
Buttigieg Says Democrats Need to Be United Against Trump

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Pete Buttigieg and former Vice President Joe Biden appear during the Democratic debate in New Hampshire on Feb. 7.
Trump Grants Full Pardon to Michael Milken

Trump Grants Full Pardon to Michael Milken

President Donald Trump announced a set of clemencies and pardons on Tuesday, including for former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich who was convicted of public corruption and for financier Michael Milken who was convicted of securities fraud.
Intel CEO Says Company Has Adapted to U.S.-China Trade War

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Intel Chief Executive Officer Bob Swan talks about the impact of the U.S. trade war with China on his business.
U.S. Sanctions Rosneft Unit Over Ties to Venezuela's Maduro, PDVSA

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The U.S. sanctioned a unit of Russia's largest oil producer Rosneft PJSC for maintaining ties with Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro and state-run oil company PDVSA. Bloomberg's Simon Casey has more on "Balance of Power."
HSBC Overhaul 'Makes Sense,' Stock Remains a Sell: Citi's Ghose

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Ronit Ghose, head of global banks research at Citigroup Global Markets, discusses the outlook for the success of HSBC Holdings' restructuring plan on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close."
Jaguar Land Rover CEO on Coronavirus, Trade, Project Vector

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Ralf Speth, chief executive officer at Jaguar Land Rover, discusses the company's supply chain and customer demand related to the corovnavirus, optimism on trade, and the automaker's new Project Vector initiative.
Asset Managers Are Facing Unprecedented Headwinds, Martin Gilbert Says

Asset Managers Are Facing Unprecedented Headwinds, Martin Gilbert Says

Martin Gilbert, Standard Life Aberdeen vice chairman, comments on the recent consolidation in the asset management industry.
BlackRock's Giordano Sees More Activity and Opportunities in Renewable Power

BlackRock's Giordano Sees More Activity and Opportunities in Renewable Power

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Why Franklin Resources Is Buying Legg Mason for Almost $4.5 Billion

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Franklin Resources Inc. agreed to acquire asset manager Legg Mason Inc. for almost $4.5 billion in a deal that would create an active-management investing giant.
Virus 20 Times More Deadly Than Seasonal Flu, Dr. Gounder Says

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Dr. Celine Gounder, NYU School of Medicine & Bellevue Hospital Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine and Host of Podcast American Diagnosis, discusses the latest information we know about the coronavirus.
Equity Valuations: `Still a Bit to Go For,' Says Barclays

Equity Valuations: `Still a Bit to Go For,' Says Barclays

William Hobbs, chief investment officer at Barclays Investment Solutions, discusses investment strategy and equity valuations.
Virus Downside Risk to Markets, Economies Is Increasing: Economist Lee

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William Lee, chief economist at Milken Institute, discusses the market and economic impact of demand destruction related to the spread of the coronavirus.
Intesa Sanpaolo Spurs Bank M&A

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Intesa Sanpaolo SpA has launched an unsolicited bid for smaller rival Unione di Banche Italiane SpA. It's one of the biggest European banking deals since the financial crisis.
Intesa Sanpaolo Makes $5.3 Billion Bid for Rival UBI

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Intesa Sanpaolo SpA launched one of the biggest European banking deals since the financial crisis with an unsolicited 4.9 billion-euro ($5.3 billion) bid for smaller rival Unione di Banche Italiane SpA. Bloomberg Opinion's Ferdinando Giugliano has...
Walmart Falls Short on Holiday Sales, 2021 EPS Forecast

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Bloomberg Qualifies for Democratic Debate as Sanders Leads Poll

Bloomberg Qualifies for Democratic Debate as Sanders Leads Poll

Michael Bloomberg has qualified to join the other Democratic presidential candidates on the debate stage for the first time on Wednesday, according to a NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll. Bloomberg reached 19% support in the poll released Tuesday, in s...