Greta to Davos Delegates: Act as If You Loved Your Children

Greta to Davos Delegates: Act as If You Loved Your Children

Environmental activist Greta Thunberg speaks at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. The 17-year old from Sweden called for an end to fossil fuel subsidies and investments by global companies and governments.
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China is considering delaying its most high-profile annual political meeting for the first time in decades, as the government attempts to contain an outbreak of a deadly new strain of coronavirus.
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South Africa Needs to Fix State Owned Enterprises to Drive Growth, Says Yale Senior Fellow

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Coronavirus Is Hitting Natural Gas More than Oil, Says OMV CEO

The outbreak of the coronavirus in China is hitting natural gas markets more than crude oil markets, and without colder weather the oversupply will stretch into next year, says Rainer Seele, OMV chief executive officer.
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HKEX's Laura Cha Does Not See Added Pressure Being First Woman Chairman

HKEX's Laura Cha Does Not See Added Pressure Being First Woman Chairman

HKEX Chairman Laura Cha talks about her transition to the top position of the stock exchange at the Asia financial hub after spending six years as a full-time housewife, taking care of her kids. "One doesn't have to make one priority clear," Cha t...
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UBS Sees Mis-Pricing in Equity Markets

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Facebook CEO Zuckerberg Meets EU Officials in Brussels

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Facebook Inc. Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg is in Brussels today to meet with senior officials to discuss new rules and regulations for the internet, two days before the the bloc unveils its plans to legislate artificial intelligence.
Jupiter Fund Snares Merian Global in $482 Million Deal

Jupiter Fund Snares Merian Global in $482 Million Deal

Jupiter Fund Management snapped up rival U.K. Asset Manager Merian Global Investors as the industry faces pressure to consolidate. The British fund manager will pay $482 million through the issue of new Jupiter shares to Merion shareholders with a...
Managers Show Restraint in 13F Filings

Managers Show Restraint in 13F Filings

Money managers are out with their holdings and moves from the fourth quarter. 13F filings hit before the weekend, revealing the latest trends among hedge funds as global equities wrapped up their best year in a decade.
Virus Will Materially Hit First Quarter Earnings: Waverton IM's CIO

Virus Will Materially Hit First Quarter Earnings: Waverton IM's CIO

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DP World to Delist From Nasdaq Dubai, Return to Private Ownership

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Dubai plans to delist its port operator to help repay more than $5 billion of government-related debt.
Bayer, BASF Face Weed Killer Lawsuits

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Biden, Buttigieg, Steyer, Klobuchar Campaign in Nevada

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Democratic presidential candidates Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg, Tom Steyer and Amy Klobuchar spoke on the campaign trail in Nevada on Sunday with the state's caucuses less than a week away.
Trump Takes Lap of Daytona 500 in Limo

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President Donald Trump took his campaign to the Daytona 500, Sunday, seizing center stage at the popular stock-car race and courting loyal supporters in a state he needs to win. The president and wife Melania arrived at the Florida speedway, and g...
Minerd Says Speculation Is 'Out of Control'

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Speculative energy in the financial markets is out of control. That's according to Guggenheim Partners LLC's Scott Minerd who is out with a stark, new warning.
Euro Will Remain Grounded for Time Being: Credit Agricole's Marinov

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Valentin Marinov, head of G10 FX research and strategy at Credit Agricole, discusses his outlook for the Japanese yen, gold and the euro.
Tesla Factory Prep Delayed by German Court

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Tesla Inc.'s plan to build and electric car plant in Germany has run into legal trouble. A court has said clearing a forest near Berlin must stop immediately while it considers a challenge by environmentalists.
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HSBC Braces for Huge Overhaul

HSBC Holdings Plc. is facing uncertainty as it braces for its third major overhaul in a decade. The revamp could also result in a surprise new CEO. Changes are set to be announced when the bank reports results on Tuesday.
Singapore Cuts Growth Outlook, Plans Stimulus

Singapore Cuts Growth Outlook, Plans Stimulus

Selena Ling, head of Treasury research and strategy at Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Ltd., talks about Singapore's economy and the government's budget. Singapore downgraded its forecast for economic growth for this year and plans to deliver ...
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Oman is working to reduce tensions in the Persian Gulf and sees prospects of talks between rivals Iran and the U.S..
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Medha Samant, director of investment at Fidelity International, discusses the momentum in Asian markets and where she's finding opportunity.
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Louis Kuijs, head of Asia economics at Oxford Economics, discusses the spread of the coronavirus and its impact on China's economy as well as the global economy.