Current Affairs Shows
Current Affairs Episodes
Austria is snowed under -- to the delight of skiers and the horror of homeowners. Even older Austrians are amazed by the amount of snow that's fallen in a matter of days. Soldiers, firefighters and volunteers are helping in the most affected areas.
China has offered to go on a six-year buying spree to ramp up imports from the U.S., in a move that would reconfigure the relationship between the world's two largest economies, according to officials familiar with the negotiations. Robert Tipp, c...
Robert Tipp, chief investment strategist and head of global bonds at PGIM Fixed Income, Kathy Jones, chief fixed income strategist at the Schwab Center for Financial Research, and Eric Stein, co-director of global income at Eaton Vance, talk with ...
Italy drew record demand of more than 35.5 billion euros ($41 billion) for its first syndicated debt offering this year, suggesting a turnaround in investor sentiment toward one of the euro area's most indebted economies. Robert Tipp, chief invest...
The Trump administration is preparing an executive order that could significantly restrict Chinese state-owned telecom companies from operating in the U.S. over national security concerns, according to people familiar with the matter.
A group of activist shareholders are proposing that Amazon.com Inc. stop selling facial recognition software to government agencies until its board determines the technology doesn't threaten people's civil rights.
Justin Patterson, Raymond James analyst, discusses discusses his bullish call for Netflix Inc.
Billions of dollars in chip supply deals involving Apple Inc. and Qualcomm Inc. may have actually collapsed over a squabble about software access, rather than the patent fees that sparked a bitter legal battle between the two technology giants, ac...
Bruce Linton, Canopy Growth chairman and chief executive officer, discusses and the company's plan to build a hemp plant in New York with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde, Joe Weisenthal and Romaine Bostick on "Bloomberg Markets: What'd You Miss?"
Alberto Ramos, Goldman Sachs head of Latin America economic research, discusses the outlook for Latin American economies with Bloomberg's Romaine Bostick, Joe Weisenthal and Caroline Hyde on "Bloomberg Markets: What'd You Miss?"
Bloomberg market reporters take a deep dive into all of today's action.
On this edition of "Options Insight," Headwaters Volatility Chief Investment Officer Matthew Rowe discusses the recent volatility in U.S.
Sachin Khajuria, Achilles Management founder and chief investment officer, discusses the firm's investment strategy with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu, Caroline Hyde and Sonali Basak on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
Some of Wall Street's biggest buyers of leveraged loans are gearing up to profit from a U.S. economic downturn.
New York State Department of Financial Services Superintendent Maria Vullo sits down with Bloomberg's David Westin to discuss the future of U.S.
Isaac Stone Fish, Asia Society senior fellow, discusses the report that President Donald Trump is meeting with the North Korean envoy Kim Yong Chol in the Oval Office.
Bloomberg Markets: The Open. Jonathan Ferro hosts an hour long program centered around the Opening Bell on Wall Street. The program showcases the most insightful and interesting Bloomberg charts and graphics, as well as research, commentary and an...
BBC Minute's Ione Wells investigates the rising trend of 'cyberflashing' where naked photos are being sent by strangers to people's phones.
In "Futures In Focus," Bob Iaccino of Path Trading Partners discusses the impact of U.S.-China trade talks and shale production cuts on the outlook for oil.
Coding Girls is giving young girls in Nigeria the chance to get into what is a male-dominated sector.
China has offered to ramp up imports from the U.S. in an effort to reduce its trade surplus to zero by 2024, according to officials familiar with the negotiations.
The sister of a victim of an arson attack says the past months were "worst".
Dan Ives, Wedbush Securities managing director, discusses his call for Apple Inc. to reduce prices in the Chinese market.
Dr Liam Fox signs the first of a "pipeline" of post-Brexit trade agreements.
Bloomberg's Lisa Abramowicz, Jon Mackay, senior market strategist at Schroders, and Kathleen Gaffney, director of diversified fixed income at Eaton Vance, discuss market confusion related to the U.S.-China trade dispute.
Ant McPartlin returns to work after time off to deal with personal issues.
Ant and Dec reunite at the start of auditions for Britain's Got Talent.
Leon Kalvaria, institutional clients group chairman at Citigroup, discusses the M&A landscape in 2019, private equity's role in dealmaking, and the market impact of the U.S.-China trade dispute.
Princess Anne is asked how her father Prince Philip is after his car crash.
Greg Valliere, chief global strategist at Horizon Investments, discusses the U.S. government shutdown and Trump's possible use of executive authority.
Tom Digenan, head of U.S. intrinsic value equity at UBS Asset Management, and Christopher Zook, founder and chief investment officer at CAZ Investments, discuss earnings season thus far and their respective thoughts on investing.
Bloomberg's James Gaddy discusses hedge fund manager David Berkowitz selling his brownstone for $23million.
Jeffrey Wlodarczak, chief executive officer at Pivotal Research Group, discusses Netflix earnings and outlook.
Rocco Forte, chairman at Rocco Forte Hotels, discusses the impact of Brexit on businesses and travel and explains his global expansion plans.
Iain Duncan Smith says he had a "very good" meeting with Theresa May.
Boris Johnson says it would be "shameful" to extend Article 50.
In "Single Best Chart," an examination of Tesla Inc.'s bonds as the company moves to cut its full-time workforce by 7 percent.
The French finance minister has expressed 'deep regret' over the divisions Brexit has caused.
Roger Bootle, founder and chairman at Capital Economics, examines the role of technology in the U.S.-China trade dispute and the mistakes made with china's economy.
John Chambers, founder of JC2 Ventures LLC and former executive chairman and chief executive officer of Cisco Systems Inc., discusses his view that 40 percent of Fortune 500 companies will become irrelevant in the next 10 years unless they partner...