Bloomberg Markets

AHCA vs. Obamacare: What Changes for Businesses?

Amid questions about the ability of House Republicans to pass the American Health Care Act, Bloomberg's Drew Armstrong examines the new bill's …

Health Care

The Challenges Facing Uber CEO Kalanick

Bloomberg's Brad Stone and Alistair Barr discuss the executive shakeup at Uber. They speak with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde on "Bloomberg Markets." …

Uber

Three Charts to Help You Navigate the Trump Economy

Kevin Kelly, a Bloomberg equity fundamental analyst, examines three charts that can help you navigate the Trump economy. He speaks with Bloomberg's …

Wall Street

Rep. Franks Sees Momentum on Side of AHCA Passage

Rep. Trent Franks, a member of the House Freedom Caucus and a Republican from Arizona, talks about the ability of House Republicans to garner enough …

U.S. Congress

Full Show: Bloomberg Markets Middle East (03/21)

Bloomberg Markets Middle East hosted by Yousef Gamal El-Din and Shery Ahn. Guests include Geoffrey Thomas, editor-in-chief and managing director at …

Wall Street

Bank of Russia Lowers Key Rate in Surprise Move

The Bank of Russia took the unexpected step of reducing borrowing costs Friday, as policy makers said there is the potential for a gradual cutting of …

Russia

Bloomberg Markets Trump: First 100 Days 3/24

Guests include: Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, a Florida Democrat, and Ronald Williams, former Aetna chief executive officer. (Source: Bloomberg)

How to Trade the Health Care Select Sector SPDR Fund

Mark Sebastian, managing partner at Option Pit, discusses the performance of stocks and his options play for the Health Care Select Sector SPDR Fund. …

Health Care

Drexel Hamilton Analyst Explains His 'Buy' Rating on Snap

Brian White, Drexel Hamilton senior equity research analyst, explains why he has a $30 price target on the company. He speaks with Bloomberg's Julie …

Wall Street

The Wall Street Informant Who Double-Crossed the FBI

Bloomberg's Zeke Faux reports on the Wall Street informant who double-crossed the FBI. He speaks with Bloomberg's Oliver Renick and Scarlet Fu on …

Wall Street

The Rising Threat of Lone-Wolf Terrorism

Anne-Marie Slaughter, New America Foundation's president and chief executive officer, discusses U.S. foreign policy and the rising threat of …

Terrorism

QuickTake: Vladimir Putin's Russian Popularity Test

In today’s “QuickTake,” Bloomberg's Julie Hyman takes a look at geopolitical tests to Russian President Vladimir Putin's popularity. She speaks on …

Russia

London Attacker Identified as Khalid Masood

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May announced that the terrorist behind Wednesday's attack in London was previously investigated by British security …

Terrorism

Germany March Manufacturing PMI Rises to 58.3

Yogi Dewan, chief executive officer at Hassium Asset Management, reacts to unexpected growth in Germany's economy as the Purchasing Managers' Index …

Business

Bloomberg Markets Trump: First 100 Days 3/23

Guests include: Rep. Marsha Blackburn, Eric Cantor, Moelis vice chairman and former House Majority Leader, New America Foundation CEO Anne-Marie …

Republicans

Summers Says Scrapping Nafta Would Be 'Gift' to China

Lawrence Summers, former U.S. Treasury Secretary, discusses the future of Nafta with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: …

NAFTA

Banks' Compliance Teams Shrink as Fines Decline

The focus on compliance forced by $321 billion in fines since the financial crisis is abating as global banks turn to technology over employees to …

Banking

Credit Suisse Said to Weigh Stock Sale

Credit Suisse Group is considering selling stock valued at more than 3 billion Swiss francs ($3 billion) as an alternative to its longstanding plan …

Banking

Sears Filing Sparks Concern That the End Is Near

Sears Holdings Corp. suffered its worst stock decline in six weeks after acknowledging “substantial doubt” about its future. Bloomberg Intelligence's …

Wall Street

Shots Fired, People Run Over by Car Near U.K. Parliament

Shots have been fired outside of U.K. Parliament while people have also been hit by a car on Westminster Bridge as police described the events as a …

Westminster Bridge

These Charts Show That Liquidity Is Alive and Well

Central banks are keeping the liquidity flowing for investors worried about the strength of the global rally in the face of the recent market …

Wall Street

How the U.K. and U.S. Will Respond to London Attack

Roger Cressey, former White House counterterrorism official, comments on the London terror attack that left four people dead and at least 20 injured. …

Terrorism

China's Home Sales Hit $1.4 Trillion in 2016

Bloomberg Gadfly Columnist Christopher Langner reports on booming China home sales. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." His opinions are his own. …

Business

U.S. State Dept. Condemns London Terror Attack

The U.S. government is monitoring events in London following what police describe as a terror incident outside of U.K. Parliament. Bloomberg's Nick …

Terrorism

Vietnam Spending Billions to Attract Foreign Investors

It may be one of the smallest economies in Asia, but Vietnam is among those leading the infrastructure race. Bloomberg's Haslinda Amin reports on …

Asia

Dublin Tops Bankers' List of Post-Brexit EU Cities

A survey of London bankers finds Dublin as their top choice among European Union cities to move to post-Brexit. Bloomberg's Michael Moore reports on …

Euro

Citi Analyst Lee Says $50 May Be a Floor for Oil Prices

Eric Lee, Citi energy analyst, discusses OPEC oil production and the outlook for crude prices with Bloomberg's Oliver Renick and Scarlet Fu on …

Oil

StanChart's Brice Is Bullish Oil Through 2017

Standard Chartered Private Bank Chief Investment Strategist Steve Brice discusses PBOC policy and the price and production of oil. He speaks on …

Business

DFSA CEO Sees Need to Do More to Combat Money Laundering

Dubai Financial Services Authority CEO Ian Johnston discusses the regulation of Fintech. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets Middle East." (Source: …

Business

Middle East Carriers Hit by Travel Orders

University of Auckland Professor Emeritus in Air and Space Law Paul Dempsey weighs in the travel ban on large electronic devices. He speaks on …