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Two Men In China

Two Men In China

Two Men in China sees the indefatigable Tim Flannery and John Doyle - armed with inquisitive minds and enduring humour - explore our powerful neighbour and our major trading partner.
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U.K. Lawmakers Vote to Delay Brexit, Refuse to Approve Johnson's Deal

U.K. Lawmakers Vote to Delay Brexit, Refuse to Approve Johnson's Deal

U.K. House of Commons Speaker John Bercow reads the results of a vote in which Parliament refused to approve the Brexit agreement Prime Minister Boris Johnson reached with the European Union until he has got the legislation that enacts it through ...
1min
Bloomberg
U.K.'s Johnson: 'I Will Not Negotiate a Delay With the EU'

U.K.'s Johnson: 'I Will Not Negotiate a Delay With the EU'

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he will not request a Brexit delay with the European Union after losing a Parliamentary vote 322 to 306 that would require him to do so. Johnson said a further delay would be bad for the country, the EU, and democ...
3mins
Bloomberg
Labour Leader Corbyn Responds to Johnson

Labour Leader Corbyn Responds to Johnson

U.K. Leader of the Opposition Jeremy Corbyn comments on Boris Johnson's Brexit deal. The Labour leader was responding to the prime minister in an emergency debate in the House of Commons in London before lawmakers vote on Johnson's Brexit deal.
1min
Bloomberg
Johnson Opens Emergency Brexit Debate in Day of High Tension

Johnson Opens Emergency Brexit Debate in Day of High Tension

U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson makes opening remarks at the start of an emergency debate in the House of Commons in London before a knife-edge vote on his Brexit deal. It is only the fourth Saturday sitting of Parliament since World War II.
4mins
Bloomberg
MUFG's Randy Chafetz says negative rates 'challenging'

MUFG's Randy Chafetz says negative rates 'challenging'

MUFG's Randy Chafetz sits down with Bloomberg's Sonali Basak to discuss the outlook for Japan's largest bank amid negative interest rates.
5mins
Bloomberg
Reflecting on Oracle CEO Mark Hurd's Legacy

Reflecting on Oracle CEO Mark Hurd's Legacy

Mark Hurd, who was chief executive officer of three major technology companies including Oracle Corp., has died. He was 62. Bloomberg's Brad Stone reflects on Hurd's legacy.
3mins
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Market Wrap 10/18: Dollar Rally Stalls, Market Indecision, Nickel Prices

Bloomberg Market Wrap 10/18: Dollar Rally Stalls, Market Indecision, Nickel Prices

Bloomberg market reporters take a deep dive into all of today's action.
3mins
Bloomberg
Brexit Deal Is a Defeat for Populism, Moscovici Says

Brexit Deal Is a Defeat for Populism, Moscovici Says

European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs Pierre Moscovici discusses the Brexit agreement reached between U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the European Union.
2mins
Bloomberg
T-Mobile-Sprint Merger Lawsuits Will Fail, Ex-FCC Commissioner Says

T-Mobile-Sprint Merger Lawsuits Will Fail, Ex-FCC Commissioner Says

Former FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell, a partner at Cooley LLP, discusses the multistate lawsuit to block T-Mobile US's proposed purchase of Sprint Corp., China's investment in 5G technology, and the pricing of the transaction.
6mins
Bloomberg
Angsty Leveraged Loan Buyers May Be Harbinger of More Pain to Come in Credit Markets

Angsty Leveraged Loan Buyers May Be Harbinger of More Pain to Come in Credit Markets

Leveraged loan investors are getting increasingly angsty and their fear may be a precursor for more pain to come in the credit markets.
2mins
Bloomberg
JPMorgan's Dimon Says He'd Love to Take the Bank Private

JPMorgan's Dimon Says He'd Love to Take the Bank Private

JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon talks the scrutiny that comes with being a publicly traded company.
2mins
Bloomberg
Morgan Stanley's Gorman Says He's Pricing In One More Rate Cut This Year

Morgan Stanley's Gorman Says He's Pricing In One More Rate Cut This Year

James Gorman, Morgan Stanley chief executive officer, discusses the outlook for Federal Reserve monetary policy.
1min
Bloomberg
Mulvaney Admits Quid Pro Quo, Later Denies It

Mulvaney Admits Quid Pro Quo, Later Denies It

Jen Kerns, Women for a Great America founder and former spokeswoman for the California Republican Party, and Jason Green, SkillSmart co-founder and former associate White House Counsel to President Barack Obama, discuss White House Chief of Staff ...
5mins
Bloomberg
Dutch Finance Minister Hoekstra on Global Concerns

Dutch Finance Minister Hoekstra on Global Concerns

Dutch Finance Minister Hopke Hoekstra says Brexit and trade tensions are still top of policy makers' minds. He spoke to Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on the sidelines of the IMF World Bank meetings in Washington.
7mins
Bloomberg
Australia Treasurer Frydenberg on IMF Downgrade, Budget, China

Australia Treasurer Frydenberg on IMF Downgrade, Budget, China

Australia Treasurer Josh Frydenberg discusses efforts to address the IMF's downgrade of his country's growth forecast, fiscal budget, and the protests in Hong Kong.
9mins
Bloomberg
JPMorgan's Dimon Says Libra Will Never Happen

JPMorgan's Dimon Says Libra Will Never Happen

JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon says Libra was a "neat idea" that will never happen. Dimon participates in a panel at an IFF conference in Washington.
1min
Bloomberg
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon Comments on Negative Rates

JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon Comments on Negative Rates

JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon comments on the possibility of negative interest rates in the U.S. Dimon participates in a panel at an IFF conference in Washington.
2mins
Bloomberg
Maldives: Building boom in marine paradise

Maldives: Building boom in marine paradise

The Maldives are on a construction drive, aimed at boosting tourism. New airports, artificial islands and luxury resorts are springing up everywhere, exacting a huge toll on the environment and the lives of the local people.
7mins
Deutsche Welle
Uganda: Living in fear

Uganda: Living in fear

Being gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender in Uganda means living in fear. The church says homosexuality is immoral. Now the government is said to be considering plans to introduce the death penalty for gay sex.
6mins
Deutsche Welle
BOE's Carney on Monetary Policy and U.K. Economy After Brexit

BOE's Carney on Monetary Policy and U.K. Economy After Brexit

Bank of England Governor Mark Carney discusses the outlook for monetary policy after Brexit with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua at the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank in Washington.
13mins
Bloomberg
German Finance Minister Says a Lot Has Been Done to Spur Economy

German Finance Minister Says a Lot Has Been Done to Spur Economy

German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz discusses steps taken to boost the nation's economy, the new Brexit deal between the U.K. and European Union, and expectations for Christine Lagarde's term at the European Central Bank.
4mins
Bloomberg
Carney Says BOE Is 'Prepared for All Eventualities' Regarding Brexit

Carney Says BOE Is 'Prepared for All Eventualities' Regarding Brexit

Bank of England Governor Mark Carney discusses the outlook for monetary policy after Brexit with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua at the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank in Washington.
2mins
Bloomberg
Larry Summers Says Fed Tilt to Avoid Downturn 'Broadly Appropriate'

Larry Summers Says Fed Tilt to Avoid Downturn 'Broadly Appropriate'

Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Larry Summers discusses Federal Reserve policy with Bloomberg's Sonali Basak. They speak on the sidelines of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank annual meetings in Washington.
1min
Bloomberg
Economy in Good Place But Confronts Evident Risks: Fed's Richard Clarida

Economy in Good Place But Confronts Evident Risks: Fed's Richard Clarida

Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Richard Clarida speaks at a CFA Institute conference about the state of the U.S. economy and the outlook for monetary policy.
3mins
Bloomberg
Stocks to Rally Short Term But Will Fall Before End of Year, CCLA's Bevan Says

Stocks to Rally Short Term But Will Fall Before End of Year, CCLA's Bevan Says

James Bevan, CCLA Investment Management chief investment officer, discusses the outlook for stocks through year-end with Bloomberg's Guy Johnson on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close."
2mins
Bloomberg
Financials Remain Cheap, Says CIBC's Donabedian

Financials Remain Cheap, Says CIBC's Donabedian

Dave Donabedian, chief investment officer at CIBC Private Wealth Management looks at earnings with Bloomberg's Alix Steel on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
6mins
Bloomberg
Larry Summers on the Risks of Recession, the Trade War With China, Trump's Leadership

Larry Summers on the Risks of Recession, the Trade War With China, Trump's Leadership

Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers talks about the risks of a recession in the U.S., economic inequality, the trade war with China and President Donald Trump's leadership style. He speaks to Bloomberg's Sonali Basak in Washington.
13mins
Bloomberg
BOE's Carney Says Brexit Deal Doesn't Necessarily Mean Rate Hikes

BOE's Carney Says Brexit Deal Doesn't Necessarily Mean Rate Hikes

Bank of England Governor Mark Carney discusses the outlook for monetary policy after Brexit with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua at the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank in Washington.
3mins
Bloomberg
Oaktree's Howard Marks on Negative Rates, Demanding Safety, U.S. Recession

Oaktree's Howard Marks on Negative Rates, Demanding Safety, U.S. Recession

Howard Marks, co-chairman at Oaktree Capital, discusses his latest note to clients on negative interest rates, the reasons why investors buy negative-yielding assets, relying on analysis over ratings, and the inevitability of a U.S. recession.
10mins
Bloomberg
Summers Sees Greater Than 1-in-3 Chance of U.S. Recession by End of 2020

Summers Sees Greater Than 1-in-3 Chance of U.S. Recession by End of 2020

Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Larry Summers discusses the likelihood of a U.S. recession next year with Bloomberg's Sonali Basak.
1min
Bloomberg
Standard Chartered Already Operating Under Post-Brexit Structure: Vinals

Standard Chartered Already Operating Under Post-Brexit Structure: Vinals

Jose Vinals, chairman at Standard Chartered, discusses the business impact of Brexit, the ramifications of low interest rates, and the need for consolidation among smaller European banks.
6mins
Bloomberg
Howard Marks Says Oaktree Is Increasing Demand for Safety

Howard Marks Says Oaktree Is Increasing Demand for Safety

Howard Marks, co-chairman at Oaktree Capital, explains why his firm is focusing on analysis over ratings as it increases its demand for safety.
1min
Bloomberg
Brexit Deal Is Much Better Than a No-Deal, Moscovici Says

Brexit Deal Is Much Better Than a No-Deal, Moscovici Says

European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs Pierre Moscovici discusses the Brexit agreement reached between U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the European Union.
3mins
Bloomberg
Brexit Extension Likely if Deal Fails to Pass Says CIBC's Stretch

Brexit Extension Likely if Deal Fails to Pass Says CIBC's Stretch

Jeremy Stretch, head of FX strategy at CIBC Capital Markets, discusses Brexit and the British pound on "Bloomberg The Open."
3mins
Bloomberg
Former Fed Governor Tarullo on Inflation, ECB, Negative Rates

Former Fed Governor Tarullo on Inflation, ECB, Negative Rates

Former Federal Reserve Governor Daniel Tarullo discusses inflation expectations, challenges for the European Central Bank, and the dangers of negative interest rates.
10mins
Bloomberg
Facebook Co-Founder Heads $10 Million 'Anti-Monopoly' Fund

Facebook Co-Founder Heads $10 Million 'Anti-Monopoly' Fund

Chris Hughes, co-founder at Facebook, and Thomas Perriello, executive director at Open Society-US, discuss efforts to break up and regulate Facebook and other big tech firms.
9mins
Bloomberg
Brazil's Campos Neto: We Think There's Room for Lower Key Rate

Brazil's Campos Neto: We Think There's Room for Lower Key Rate

Brazil Central Bank president Roberto Campos Neto says his country needs 'stimulative' rates and he has some 'space' for lowering them. He spoke with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua at the IMF/World Bank conference in Washington DC.
8mins
Bloomberg
Synchronized Global Slowdown Is Coming to an End, Leuthold's Paulsen Says

Synchronized Global Slowdown Is Coming to an End, Leuthold's Paulsen Says

Jim Paulsen, chief investment strategist at Leuthold Group, explains why stimulus from sources other than central banks is bringing the global economic slowdown to an end.
2mins
Bloomberg
Investors' Short Interest Tumbles as Stocks Near Record Highs

Investors' Short Interest Tumbles as Stocks Near Record Highs

Short interest on the SPY has fallen to its lowest level in a year as the S&P 500, Nasdaq 100, and Dow Industrials close in on new record highs.
1min
Bloomberg
Bruins Sports Capital CEO Pyne Says the NBA Should Hold True to Their Values

Bruins Sports Capital CEO Pyne Says the NBA Should Hold True to Their Values

George Pyne, Bruin Sports Capital CEO weighs in on the NBA, Hong Kong crisis and sky-high sports teams valuations.
4mins
Bloomberg
UAW's GM Strike to Continue Until Vote to Ratify Contract

UAW's GM Strike to Continue Until Vote to Ratify Contract

The United Auto Workers union will continue its strike against General Motors Co. until members vote to ratify a tentative agreement reached on Wednesday. Bloomberg Opinion columnist Brooke Sutherland has the details on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas.
2mins
Bloomberg
Trade Uncertainty Weighs on China Growth

Trade Uncertainty Weighs on China Growth

Neuberger Berman's Elias Cohen, BTIG's Julian Emanuel and Bloomberg's Lisa Abramowicz discuss the latest economic data from China and signs of further slowing across the globe.
4mins
Bloomberg
Macron: U.K. Must Not Get a New Delay if Parliament Vote Fails

Macron: U.K. Must Not Get a New Delay if Parliament Vote Fails

French President Emmanuel Macron said the U.K. should not get another extension to the Brexit process if Prime Minister Boris Johnson loses a vote on the withdrawal deal in Parliament Saturday. Macron spoke at a press conference after a summit of ...
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Bloomberg
Facebook's Zuckerberg Says China 'Never Let Us In'

Facebook's Zuckerberg Says China 'Never Let Us In'

Facebook Inc. Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg discusses the social-media company's stance against the censored version of the internet found in China, and role of U.S.-based online companies in promoting free expression. Zuckerberg spoke t...
1min
Bloomberg
Mattis Savors Being 'Meryl Streep' of Generals

Mattis Savors Being 'Meryl Streep' of Generals

Former Defense Secretary James Mattis flipped an insult from his former boss on its head Thursday night, saying that having President Donald Trump call him "overrated" put him on the level of perennial Oscar nominee Meryl Streep. Mattis spoke at t...
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Bloomberg
Earnings Are in a Good Place, But Without Much Momentum: JPM's Kelly

Earnings Are in a Good Place, But Without Much Momentum: JPM's Kelly

David Kelly, chief global strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management, examines earnings expectations for the fourth quarter and into 2020.
1min
Bloomberg
Schlumberger's International Revenue Rebounds as U.S. Oil Drilling Slows

Schlumberger's International Revenue Rebounds as U.S. Oil Drilling Slows

Schlumberger Ltd. posted higher-than-expected adjusted earnings and sales for the third quarter on a resurgence of international revenue.
2mins
Bloomberg
JPM's Frenkel Sees Global System Suffering From 'Great Rifts Everywhere'

JPM's Frenkel Sees Global System Suffering From 'Great Rifts Everywhere'

Jacob Frenkel, chairman at JPMorgan Chase International, discusses how geopolitical rifts are hampering global integration.
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Bloomberg