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Can China and the U.S. Find Middle Ground?

Michael Fullilove, Lowy Institute for International Policy's executive director, comments on the future of U.S.-China relations. He speaks with …

China

How Markets Are Reacting to Trump's Inauguration

David Schawel, New River Investments portfolio manager, discusses investor reaction to President Donald Trump's inauguration with Bloomberg's Yousef …

Wall Street

Does the U.S. Dollar Have Further to Fall?

Marc Franklin, Asia-Pacific portfolio manager at Conning, discusses the weakness in the U.S. dollar, his outlook for risk assets this year and how …

Commodities

Oil Producers Agree on Way to Monitor Oil Cut

OPEC and other oil producers agreed on a way to monitor their compliance with last month’s historic supply deal, putting global markets on track to …

Oil

Apple Said Ready to Start Making iPhones in India

Apple is willing to start making iPhones in India but it wants a big helping hand from Narendra Modi’s government first. Bloomberg's Peter Elstrom …

iPhone

JPMorgan's Zhu: China's Growth Momentum Is Still Stable

Haibin Zhu, chief China economist at JPMorgan, discusses China's fourth-quarter GDP and retail sales figures, his outlook for the economy in 2017 and …

China

Ecognosis' Freris: Nothing Tells Me to Buy China

Andrew Freris, chief executive officer at Ecognosis Advisory, discusses the Hong Kong Market, liquidity in the Chinese markets and U.S.-China …

China

May: Seeing 'Fundamental Strength' in U.K. Economy

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May discusses post-Brexit movements in the pound and U.K. economy and the trade message she will bring to U.S. …

Euro

Israeli Ambassador Danon: UN Resolution Was 'Shameful'

Ambassador Danny Danon, Israel’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, discusses Governor Nikki Haley’s confirmation hearing to be Donald …

Israel

How Repealing Obamacare Will Affect Pharma, Biotech

Krensavage Asset Management CEO Michael Krensavage discusses drug prices and investing in health care companies in light of a potential repeal of …

Health Care

Stoxx 600 Extends Losses, Media Sector Index Falls 2.2%

Bloomberg's Mark Barton breaks down the day's European trading on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close." (Source: Bloomberg)

Business

Emirates NBD's Fox: Pound Will Recover Later in 2017

Tim Fox, chief economist at Emirates NBD, discusses the outlook for Brexit negotiations and the British pound with Bloomberg's Yousef Gamal El-Din …

Banking

Syngenta Chairman 'Extremely Confident' of ChemChina Deal

Michel Demare, chairman at Syngenta, talks about the prospect of regulatory approval of its deal with ChemChina, how the company's business model …

Business

Saudis Seek Up to $50 Billion for Renewables Plan

Saudi Arabia will start soliciting bids in the next few weeks for the first phase of a “massive” renewable-energy program costing $30 billion to $50 …

Renewable Energy

HSBC's Knight: Trump May Not Be So Bad for Climate Change

Zoe Knight, head of HSBC's Climate Change Centre of Excellence, discusses the importance of climate change ahead of the World Economic Forum's 47th …

Climate Change

Merkel to Trump: Europe Controls Its Own Fate

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump used an interview with two European newspapers to offer criticisms of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's refugee …

Immigration

The Takeways From JPMorgan's Conference Call

Bloomberg's Julie Hyman reports on JPMorgan's conference call. She speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close." (Source: Bloomberg)<p>January 13, …

Wall Street

2017 Outlook: How Healthy Is China's Economy?

Norman Villamin, chief investment officer of private banking at Union Bancaire Privee, discusses China's trade balance, credit growth, shadow banking …

Chinese Economy

Trump Bump Fades: Is This a Buying Opportunity?

Lucy MacDonald, Allianz Global Investors CIO of global equities, discusses the performance of global stocks and her investment strategy with …

Wall Street

Fiat Rises as Investors Question Cheating Charges

Philippe Houchois, managing director of auto research at Jeffries, and Bloomberg's Tommaso Ebhardt discuss the EPA's accusations against Fiat …

Business

Conway Talks Trump's Ambitious Job Creation Policies

President-elect Donald Trump has made it known that he has intentions to transform and re-ignite the U.S. economy. Whether it be through a loosening …

Donald Trump

Brazil Central Bank Surprisingly Cuts Rate

BancTrust Head of Research and Strategy Hernan Yellati discusses the Brazilian rate cut and Argentina’s bond sale. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets.” …

Brazilian Politics

China Credit Growth Stoking Bubble Fears

Call it China’s Great Ball of Money, Whac-a-Mole Finance, or simply a whole lot of liquidity. Whatever term you use for the excess credit trapped in …

Wall Street

Lira Replaces Rand as World's Most Volatile Currency

The lira has replaced South Africa’s rand as the world’s most volatile currency. A gauge of expected exchange-rate swings jumped on Tuesday to the …

Forex

China's PPI Rises at Fastest Pace in More Than Five Years

China’s producer price index rose at the fastest pace in more than five years in the last month of 2016 as the factory to the world swings from being …

Cost of Living

What to Expect From Markets in 2017

Julian Chillingworth, chief investment officer at Rathbone, discusses his outlook for markets for 2017, economic policies from Donald Trump, reaching …

Business

Takeda Acquires Ariad in $4.66B Deal

Takeda Pharmaceutical President and CEO Christophe Weber discusses his company’s expansion of its footprint in the U.S. oncology market with the …

Business

Inside Turner's Big Bet on Eleague With CEO Martin

Turner Chairman and CEO John Martin discusses the company's bet on eleague and his outlook for competitive gaming. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets" …

Competitive Gaming

QuickTake: Private Equity’s Real Estate Empire

On today’s "QuickTake" topic, Vonnie Quinn reports on how private equity firms bought tens of thousands of homes after the housing bubble burst, most …

Private Equity

Will the China Bulls Be Proved Right in 2017?

After defying skeptics with solid growth last year, China aims to do the same again in 2017. Things look good so far. The economy recently emerged …

China