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Suspected Terrorists Killed Hours After Barcelona Attack

Hours after the van attack that killed at least 13 people in Barcelona, Spanish police say they have killed perpetrators in a counter-terror raid in …

Terrorism

Bloomberg Markets: The Trump Economy (08/18)

Bloomberg Markets: The Trump Economy hosted by David Westin. Guests Include Brad Blakeman, former deputy assistant to President George W. Bush, and …

Business

Gold Gains, Oil Set for Third Weekly Drop

In today's "Futures in Focus," Joseph Cusick of the Cusick Group discusses gold futures and the outlook for oil. He speaks with Nejra Cehic on …

Business

Full Show: Best of Bloomberg Markets Middle East (08/18)

Bloomberg's Yousef Gamal El-Din takes a look at the week's top stories and best interviews from the Middle East. (Source: Bloomberg)

Business

Turmoil, Terror Weigh on Stocks

Unease over the turmoil in Washington and the deadly terror incidents in Spain have driven markets down. Asia-Pacific is following Wall Street lower. …

Business

What You Need to Know About Tencent's Earnings

Richard Ko, director and head of global internet and software at China Merchants Securities, discusses Tencent earnings an what they mean for the …

Tencent

Economists Cut Qatar's 2017 GDP Forecast to 2.5%

A new Bloomberg survey sees the Saudi-led boycott of Qatar biting into growth this year. Economists have cut their GDP forecasts by just over half a …

Business

Dollar Drops on Fed Outlook

The U.S. dollar weakened for a second day after Federal Reserve minutes showed concern that inflation remains too slow. Bloomberg's Mark Cudmore …

Economy

Bloomberg Markets: The Trump Economy 8/17/2017

Guests include: Terry Haines, Evercore ISI senior political strategist, Kevin Rudd, Asia Society Policy Institute president, and Narayana …

Business

Why Trump's Criticisms of Amazon May Be Out of Place

Amazon is causing "great damage to tax paying retailers," President Donald Trump said in a Twitter post Wednesday, causing shares in the online …

Business

Bloomberg Markets: The Trump Economy 8/4/2017

Guests include: Komal Sri-Kumar, president of Sri-Kumar Global Strategies, Terry Haines, Evercore ISI senior political strategist, Elda Di Re, Ernst …

Business

Draghi Watching Inflation as Euro-Area Growth Picks Up

The euro-area economy gathered pace in the second quarter as more nations joined the recovery. Bloomberg's Richard Jones reports on "Bloomberg …

Economy

Voya's Reinhard Sees Good and Bad for Investors

Barbara Reinhard, head of asset allocation at Voya Investment, discusses how investors can deal with geopolitical uncertainty and looks at the …

Business

Bloomberg Markets: The Trump Economy 8/15/2017

Guests include: Mihir Worah, PIMCO CIO of asset allocation and real return, and Ed Morse, Citigroup's global head of commodities research. (Source: …

Business

Why Rabobank's Every Is Bearish on Japan

Michael Every, head of financial markets research for APAC at Rabobank, discusses Japan's economy and BOJ policy. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: …

Business

More CEOs Quit Trump's Panel Amid Charlottesville Fallout

Four big-name executives on President Donald Trump’s advisory councils have quit since Monday. Bloomberg's Kevin Cirilli reports on "Bloomberg …

Business

How Markets Are Reacting to Tax Reform Talks

Bloomberg Intelligence's Gina Martin Adams discusses how investors are reacting to tax reform talks. She speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin on …

Business

Nomura Sees Asian Growth Starting to Roll Over

Robert Subbaraman, chief economist for Asia ex-Japan at Nomura, discusses his report on Asian growth and the risks to the region. He speaks on …

Business

Asian Stocks Rally as Fear Recedes

Asian equities are rallying as fears of a war between the U.S. and North Korea recedes, and that's boosting stocks across the region. Bloomberg's …

Business

Berkshire Reports Synchrony Stake

Warren Buffett continues to bet on credit cards. A regulatory filing shows Berkshire Hathaway has taken a stake in Synchrony Financial worth about …

Business

Indonesia's Oil Sector Loses Luster

Indonesia's once mighty oil sector is in decline even as the country's appetite for energy soars. Southeast Asia's biggest economy is battling …

Business

Volatility Vanishing in EM Currencies

Volatility appears to be vanishing from two of Asia's wildest currencies, but recent stability in the Indonesian rupiah and the Malaysian ringgit may …

Business

Trump Faces Backlash After Charlottesville Protests

President Donald Trump condemned white supremacists for their role in the deadly violence over the weekend in Virginia as the administration sought …

Business

Egypt Led the Drop in Mideast Stocks

Shares in most Middle Eastern markets fell as companies across the region announce earnings. Egypt lead the pack in the declines. Bloomberg's Filipe …

Business

Looking for Signs Markets Have Reached Peak Credit

Investors lined up on Friday to provide Tesla Inc. with $1.8 billion in financing in the company’s first bond issuance, while firms like BlackRock …

Business

Bloomberg Markets: The Trump Economy 8/14

Guests include: Michael Mullen, Former Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman and Max Baucus, Former U.S. Ambassador to China. (Source: Bloomberg)

Business

Content Versus Distribution in Media M&A

John Chachas, Methuselah Capital Advisors managing partner, discusses M&A activity in the media industry with Bloomberg's Alex Sherman on "Bloomberg …

Business

European Stocks Gain in Broad-Based Rally

European stocks rallied to begin the week as the Stoxx 600 gained 1.16 percent. Bloomberg's Nejra Cehic breaks down the day's trading on "Bloomberg …

Business

Can China and Russia Solve the Korea Crisis?

Bloomberg’s John Fraher discusses a possible China, Russia solution to rising U.S. tensions with North Korea. He speaks with Nejra Cehic on …

North Korea

SoftBank May Invest $2.5 Billion in Flipkart

SoftBank is said to be investing about $2.5B in India's Flipkart. The deal would boost Flipkart's cash holdings to more than $4B and help it compete …

Business