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Big Problems, Big Thinkers

Big Problems, Big Thinkers

Big Problems, Big Thinkers features acclaimed journalist Terre Blair interviewing an extraordinary group of leaders to find solutions to some of the most urgent challenges facing humanity.
1 Episode
Game Changers

Game Changers

An original documentary series providing a compelling look at the business leaders and entrepreneurs who climbed to the top and changed our world.
1 Episode
Hello World

Hello World

Hello World invites the viewer to come on a journey. It's a journey that stretches across the globe to find the inventors, scientists and technologists shaping our future.
2 Episodes
U.S.-China Deal Timing More Meaningful Than Details: Ian Bremmer

U.S.-China Deal Timing More Meaningful Than Details: Ian Bremmer

Eurasia Group President Ian Bremmer discusses President Donald Trump's sign off on a phase-one trade deal with China on "Bloomberg Brexit & Beyond: The U.K.
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Trump Averts Dec. 15 China Tariffs

Trump Averts Dec. 15 China Tariffs

Sources are telling Bloomberg that President Trump is said to have signed-off on the "phase 1" trade deal with China, and also avoiding the Dec. 15 introduction of a new wave of U.S. tariffs on about $160 billion of consumer goods from the country...
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Conservative Party Chair: Exit Poll 'Looks Good News to Start With'

Conservative Party Chair: Exit Poll 'Looks Good News to Start With'

Conservative Party Chairman James Cleverly talks about the exit poll that shows Boris Johnson is on course to win a decisive victory in the U.K.'s general election. Cleverly speaks "Bloomberg Brexit & Beyond: The U.K. Decides."
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'Corbynism Has Got to Be Dead After This,' Says ComRes Chairman

'Corbynism Has Got to Be Dead After This,' Says ComRes Chairman

Andrew Hawkins, chairman of ComRes Ltd., says this could be an "enormous" victory for U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson. He appears on "Bloomberg Brexit & Beyond: The U.K.
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Exit Polls Show Johnson's Party Winning Majority in Parliament

Exit Polls Show Johnson's Party Winning Majority in Parliament

The U.K. general election official exit poll has predicted that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservatives will win 368 of the 650 seats in the House of Commons. Bloomberg's Anna Edwards and Jonathan Ferro break down the numbers on "Bloomberg Br...
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Piraeus Bank Considers First Greek AT1 Sale, CEO Says

Piraeus Bank Considers First Greek AT1 Sale, CEO Says

Greece's largest bank may issue AT1s and Tier 2 notes as part of 2020 fund-raising plans, CEO Christos Megalou said in an interview with Bloomberg TV.
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Volatility Breeds Volatility in S&P E-Mini Futures

Volatility Breeds Volatility in S&P E-Mini Futures

In this edition of "Charting Futures," 3D Capital Management President Eric Dugan examines S&P 500 e-mini futures with Bloomberg's Abigail Doolittle on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
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Tariff Threat Won't Go Away After Trade Deal, USCBC President Says

Tariff Threat Won't Go Away After Trade Deal, USCBC President Says

U.S.-China Business Council President Craig Allen reacts to the report that U.S. negotiators have reached the terms of a phase-one trade deal with China that now awaits President Donald Trump's approval.
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Futures Cops Hunt Wall Street for Government Leaks

Futures Cops Hunt Wall Street for Government Leaks

U.S. regulators are digging into a topic that has been the talk of Wall Street and Washington ever since a controversial Vanity Fair article suggested investors made billions of dollars trading ahead of market-moving news: Are government leaks fue...
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Texas Oil Regulator Defends Flaring Exceptions Amid Williams' Lawsuit

Texas Oil Regulator Defends Flaring Exceptions Amid Williams' Lawsuit

One of Texas' top oil and gas regulators defended the agency's practice of granting shale producers permits to flare natural gas. Ryan Sitton,, the commissioner of the Texas Railroad Commission, talks with Bloomberg's Alix Steel on "Bloomberg Comm...
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Trump Is in the Catbird Seat With a Phase-One Trade Deal, Lanhee Chen Says

Trump Is in the Catbird Seat With a Phase-One Trade Deal, Lanhee Chen Says

Lanhee Chen, Hoover Institution research fellow, reacts to the report that U.S. negotiators have reached the terms of a phase-one trade deal with China that now awaits President Donald Trump's approval.
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Credit Windfall Spurs Interest in Cheap CLOs

Credit Windfall Spurs Interest in Cheap CLOs

Owning high-grade corporate credit was one of the best trades of 2019, but some market watchers say it might be time to start looking elsewhere to lock in juicy yields.
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Very Important That Dec. 15 Tariffs Don't Go Into Effect, Baucus Says

Very Important That Dec. 15 Tariffs Don't Go Into Effect, Baucus Says

Max Baucus, former U.S. ambassador to China, comments on the prospects for a trade deal between the U.S. and China.
Bloomberg
How Investors Are Reacting to the Fed

How Investors Are Reacting to the Fed

Names from across global financial markets react to the Federal Reserve leaving interest rates unchanged.
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USMCA Strengthens Trump's Hand With China, Senator Cramer Says

USMCA Strengthens Trump's Hand With China, Senator Cramer Says

U.S. Senator Kevin Cramer, a North Dakota Republican, discusses the prospects for the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Balance of Power."
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Lagarde Marks ECB Policy Debut With Optimistic Note: Full Briefing

Lagarde Marks ECB Policy Debut With Optimistic Note: Full Briefing

Christine Lagarde said the euro zone's economic slowdown is showing signs of bottoming out, in comments after her first policy meeting as president of the European Central Bank that suggested further interest-rate cuts are unlikely any time soon. ...
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USMCA Agreement Is a Win for the American Worker: Rep. McCaul

USMCA Agreement Is a Win for the American Worker: Rep. McCaul

Representative Michael McCaul, ranking member of the Foreign Affairs Committee and a Republican from Texas, discusses his support of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada free-trade agreement and the prospect of reaching a phase 1 U.S.-China trade deal.
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Achilles Founder Khajuria Sees Private Equity Allocations Growing

Achilles Founder Khajuria Sees Private Equity Allocations Growing

Sachin Khajuria, Achilles Management founder and a former partner at Apollo Global Management LLC, discusses the Achilles' strategy and the outlook for private equity with Bloomberg's Vonnie Quinn, Sonali Basak and Guy Johnson on "Bloomberg Markets."
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Stocks Rise After Trump Says White House 'Very Close' to China Deal

Stocks Rise After Trump Says White House 'Very Close' to China Deal

The U.S. is getting "very close" to a "big deal" with China on trade, President Donald Trump tweeted.
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ECB's Lagarde on Economic Risks, Inflation Forecast: Statement

ECB's Lagarde on Economic Risks, Inflation Forecast: Statement

European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde gives her opening statement at a press conference in Frankfurt after policy makers held the ECB deposit rate at a record-low minus 0.5%, and bond purchases at 20 billion euros ($22 billion) a month...
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ECB Strategic Review Buys Time for Lagarde Says JPM's Ward

ECB Strategic Review Buys Time for Lagarde Says JPM's Ward

Karen Ward of JPMorgan Asset Management and James Athey of Aberdeen Standard Investments discuss Christine Lagarde's first press conference as ECB president following the central bank's last rate decision meeting of 2019.
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Turkey's Central Bank Cuts One-Week Repo Rate to 12%

Turkey's Central Bank Cuts One-Week Repo Rate to 12%

The Turkish Central bank delivered a rate cut that exceeded expectations Thursday, reducing its key rate to 12% from 14%.
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ECB's Lagarde Says There Are Some Signs of Economic Stabilization

ECB's Lagarde Says There Are Some Signs of Economic Stabilization

European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde discusses the outlook for the euro-area economy during a press conference in Frankfurt. There are "some signs of initial stabilization in the growth slowdown, and of a mild increase in underlying i...
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ECB's Lagarde Says Risks Tilted to Downside, But Less Pronounced

ECB's Lagarde Says Risks Tilted to Downside, But Less Pronounced

European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde discusses the level of risk facing the euro-area economy and the outlook for inflation. She speaks during a press conference in Frankfurt after her first policy meeting since taking over from Mario...
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Lululemon's Lessons Learned for Private Equity

Lululemon's Lessons Learned for Private Equity

Lululemon Athletica Inc. Lead Director David Mussafer talks with Bloomberg's Jason Kelly about the role of private equity in Lululemon's success.
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Lululemon CEO Sees 'Huge Runaway for Growth' for Brand

Lululemon CEO Sees 'Huge Runaway for Growth' for Brand

Lululemon Athletica Inc. Lead Director David Mussafer and Chief Executive Officer Calvin McDonald talk with Bloomberg's Jason Kelly about the challenges Lululemon is facing and how their combined efforts have them believing the company is on the r...
Bloomberg
ECB Keeps Stimulus Unchanged in Lagarde's Debut

ECB Keeps Stimulus Unchanged in Lagarde's Debut

The European Central Bank left the main refinancing rate unchanged at President Christine Lagarde's first policy meeting.
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Media Advertising Faces 'Dour' Trends in 2020, Analyst Wieser Says

Media Advertising Faces 'Dour' Trends in 2020, Analyst Wieser Says

Brian Wieser, president of business intelligence at Group M Global, sees a theme of "deceleration" in his outlook for media and advertising in 2020.
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Risk of a Credit Bear Market in 2020: HSBC

Risk of a Credit Bear Market in 2020: HSBC

Steven Major, global head of fixed income research at HSBC, discusses the outlook for credit markets in 2020 and his thoughts on negative interest rates.
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SNB Sees `No Reason' to Change Lowest Deposit Rate in the World

SNB Sees `No Reason' to Change Lowest Deposit Rate in the World

Swiss National Bank President Thomas Jordan discusses the central bank's decision to leave interest rates unchanged and reiterate its threat to intervene in currency markets if needed. Switzerland is approaching the five-year anniversary of its mi...
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BofA Sees Trading as "Extreme Sport" on Liquidity Risks

BofA Sees Trading as "Extreme Sport" on Liquidity Risks

Bank of America Corp. strategists are urging stock buyers to consider smaller risks going into the end of the year due to a lack of liquidity.
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2020 Should Eventually Be a Good Year for Bonds: HSBC

2020 Should Eventually Be a Good Year for Bonds: HSBC

Steven Major, global head of fixed income research at HSBC, discusses the outlook for bond markets in 2020.
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ECB Can Copy and Paste Fed's Message, Economist Komileva Says

ECB Can Copy and Paste Fed's Message, Economist Komileva Says

Lena Komileva, chief economist at G Plus Economics, previews the European Central Bank's interest rate decision.
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We Are Very Bullish on U.S., Global Equities: Alaphabook's Malone

We Are Very Bullish on U.S., Global Equities: Alaphabook's Malone

Martin Malone, chief economist at Alphabook, discusses his calls on the U.S. dollar and U.S. assets.
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JPMorgan's Top 2020 Trades

JPMorgan's Top 2020 Trades

Banking giant JPMorgan is recommending a risk-on environment allocation for 2020. That comes as the global economy gathers momentum in the wake of a slowdown in recent months.
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Israel Heads for Third Election in a Year

Israel Heads for Third Election in a Year

Israel is headed for its third election in less than a year. The country's parliament disbanded this morning after failing to find a lawmaker who could form a coalition.
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Nestle Sells U.S. Ice Cream Brands

Nestle Sells U.S. Ice Cream Brands

Nestle SA is selling its U.S. ice cream business to a joint venture with private equity firm PAI Partners. It's valued at $4 billion. The deal aims to create a stronger challenger to Unilever.
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French Union Urges Dec. 17 Strike Over Pension Reform

French Union Urges Dec. 17 Strike Over Pension Reform

Nicolas Veron, senior fellow at Bruegel & Peterson Institute for International Economics, discusses the call from French unions to strike again against the pension reform plan and the damage they have done to the French economy.
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Aramco Hits $2.06 Trillion Valuation

Aramco Hits $2.06 Trillion Valuation

We now have that magic $2 trillion number reached for Saudi Aramco. The world's biggest company, after its IPO yesterday, has now reached a valuation of $2.06 trillion.
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EM Insight: Quirks and Parallels in Russia, Turkey Rate Decisions

EM Insight: Quirks and Parallels in Russia, Turkey Rate Decisions

Turkey and Russia have some of the highest real rates in emerging markets and both are forecast to cut when they meet on Thursday and Friday, respectively. That's where the similarities end.
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Aramco to Rise Further, Arqaam Capital's Meijer Says

Aramco to Rise Further, Arqaam Capital's Meijer Says

Jaap Meijer, managing director of equity research at Arqaam Capital Ltd. in Dubai, talks about the prospects for Saudi Aramco. Its shares surged Wednesday after the oil producer's initial public offering, valuing the company at a record $1.88 tril...
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Vietnam's Richest Man Bets $2 Billion to Sell Electric Cars to Americans

Vietnam's Richest Man Bets $2 Billion to Sell Electric Cars to Americans

Even in the U.S., VinFast faces stiff competition from Toyota, Ford and Hyundai. VinFast hopes its low prices -- starting at $17,000 -- will give it an edge.
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What Would a Johnson Victory Mean for Pound?

What Would a Johnson Victory Mean for Pound?

Tim Fox, group head of research and chief economist at Emirates NBD, talks about the U.K.'s election, the implications fothe pound and the economy.
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India's Growth to Bottom Out in Late 2019, DBS's Rao Says

India's Growth to Bottom Out in Late 2019, DBS's Rao Says

Radhika Rao, senior vice president and economist at DBS Bank, talks about India's economy and policies.
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Saxo Bank's 'Outrageous' Predictions for 2020

Saxo Bank's 'Outrageous' Predictions for 2020

Steen Jakobsen, chief economist and chief investment officer at Saxo Bank A/S, talks about his "outrageous" predictions for 2020. He also discusses the market implications of the U.K. election.
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India Approves Bill Granting Citizenship Based on Religion

India Approves Bill Granting Citizenship Based on Religion

Lawmakers in India have approved a controversial bill that determines citizenship based on religion. It raises concerns it will erode the values of the country's secular constitution.
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Former Japanese Ambassador to the U.K. on Trade Relations, U.K. Election, WTO

Former Japanese Ambassador to the U.K. on Trade Relations, U.K. Election, WTO

Former Japanese Ambassador to the U.K. Koji Tsuruoka discusses Japan's investment into the U.K., how Brexit might impact the trade relations between the two countries, the U.K. election and the WTO.
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See Big Opportunity in Digital Transformation: Franklin Technology Fund

See Big Opportunity in Digital Transformation: Franklin Technology Fund

Jonathan Curtis, portfolio manager at Franklin Technology Fund, discusses his outlook for the tech sector in 2020.
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