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Bloomberg Surveillance - Short Brexit Delay Likely Means May's Deal or No Deal, Starmer Says

Short Brexit Delay Likely Means May's Deal or No Deal, Starmer Says

U.K. Shadow Brexit Secretary Keir Starmer discusses the potential for a short Brexit extension and how that would impact a deal vote going forward.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - Norges Bank Raises Benchmark Rate, Still Sees Oil as Growth Engine

Norges Bank Raises Benchmark Rate, Still Sees Oil as Growth Engine

Norges Central Bank Governor Oystein Olsen discusses the central bank's second hike of interest rates since September, while signaling more tightening to come.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - Dovish Fed Takes on a Lack of Meaningful Inflation

Dovish Fed Takes on a Lack of Meaningful Inflation

In "Single Best Chart," Bloomberg Intelligence's Ira Jersey examines how U.S. inflation expectations are impacting Federal Reserve policy.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - Sage Targets June Launch as FDA Approves Postpartum Drug

Sage Targets June Launch as FDA Approves Postpartum Drug

Jeff Jonas, chief executive officer at Sage Therapeutics, discusses Food and Drug Administration approval of the company's first postpartum drug, the price of the drug, and products in their drug pipeline.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - Geraci Says Italy Understands U.S., EU Concerns on China

Geraci Says Italy Understands U.S., EU Concerns on China

Michele Geraci, undersecretary in Italy's Economic Development Ministry, discusses plans to sign a preliminary agreement with China which would see Italy open its ports as a European point of entry for China's "Belt and Road" initiative.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - Worst of China's Growth Slowdown Is Behind Us, BlackRock's Moore Says

Worst of China's Growth Slowdown Is Behind Us, BlackRock's Moore Says

Kate Moore, chief equity strategist at BlackRock Investment Institute, discusses market risks surrounding U.S.-China relations and signs of a bottom for China's economic growth.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - Off-Duty Pilot Saved Lion Air 737 Max One Day Before Doomed Flight

Off-Duty Pilot Saved Lion Air 737 Max One Day Before Doomed Flight

An off-duty pilot helped a Lion Air crew control a diving Boeing Co. 737 Max 8 by diagnosing the problem with a malfunctioning flight-control system. The following day, the same aircraft crashed into the Java Sea with a different crew at the contr...
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Bloomberg Surveillance - Investors Forgo Protection as Market Turbulence Fades

Investors Forgo Protection as Market Turbulence Fades

In "Single Best Chart," Kate Moore, chief equity strategist at BlackRock Investment Institute, discusses the role cash is playing in the current market.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - U.S.-China Tension Beyond Trade Is Here to Stay, Economist Brzeski Says

U.S.-China Tension Beyond Trade Is Here to Stay, Economist Brzeski Says

Carsten Brzeski, chief economist at ING-DiBa, discusses hopes for a U.S.-China trade deal and how tensions between the two nations impacts China's relationship with Europe.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - Dombrovskis Says EU Needs Reason for Possible Brexit Delay

Dombrovskis Says EU Needs Reason for Possible Brexit Delay

European Commission Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis discusses the need for the U.K. to provide a specific reason for requesting a potential extension of the Brexit process.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - BNP Paribas Eyes U.K. Dividend Stocks If Brexit Clarity Emerges

BNP Paribas Eyes U.K. Dividend Stocks If Brexit Clarity Emerges

Edmund Shing, global head of equity derivative strategy at BNP Paribas, discusses investment opportunities in the U.K. if more clarity emerges on Brexit.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - Boeing a 'Morality Play' About Too Big to Fail, Posen Says

Boeing a 'Morality Play' About Too Big to Fail, Posen Says

Adam Posen, president at Peterson Institute, discusses scrutiny over the approval process for Boeing Co.'s 737 Max jetliner.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - What Is the Path to Profitability for a Combined Deutsche-Commerzbank?

What Is the Path to Profitability for a Combined Deutsche-Commerzbank?

If Deutsche Bank AG and Commerzbank AG do combine, what is their path to profitability? Jonathan Tyce of Bloomberg Intelligence considers the hurdles on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
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Bloomberg Surveillance - Where Should Lyft Put IPO Money to Work?

Where Should Lyft Put IPO Money to Work?

In 'Single Best Chart," NYU Stern School of Business Professor Haran Segram examines Lyft Inc.'s IPO filing.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - Fed Stays on Hold With Clouds on the Horizon, Zingales Says

Fed Stays on Hold With Clouds on the Horizon, Zingales Says

University of Chicago Booth School Finance Professor Luigi Zingales discusses the factors that he believes will keep the Federal Reserve on hold at its upcoming meeting.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - Corbyn Is Key Person for Brexit's Next Step, Posen Says

Corbyn Is Key Person for Brexit's Next Step, Posen Says

Adam Posen, president at Peterson Institute, discusses the role of opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn in the next step of the Brexit debate.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - 40,000 Jobs May Be Lost in German Bank Merger: Analyst

40,000 Jobs May Be Lost in German Bank Merger: Analyst

Dieter Hein, an analyst at Fairesearch, discusses the possible merger between Deutsche Bank AG and Commerzbank AG and the resulting job cuts should the deal go ahead.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - Dovish Central Banks to Boost Emerging Markets: BlackRock Says

Dovish Central Banks to Boost Emerging Markets: BlackRock Says

Richard Turnill, global chief investment strategist at BlackRock, speaks about loose Federal Reserve and global monetary policy and its impact on investor sentiment.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - What Hudson Yards Adds to New York City Beyond Luxury Real Estate

What Hudson Yards Adds to New York City Beyond Luxury Real Estate

Philip White, chief executive officer at Sotheby's International Realty, discusses the opening of the first phase of Hudson Yards and what luxury real estate brings to New York City.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - Can the 'New' Facebook Hold On to Advertising Dominance?

Can the 'New' Facebook Hold On to Advertising Dominance?

Brian Wieser, global president of business intelligence at GroupM, discusses how the evolution of Facebook Inc. impacts the social media company's advertising business and concerns about breaking up technology companies.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - Brexit Is an Irish and European Challenge, Ireland's Donohoe Says

Brexit Is an Irish and European Challenge, Ireland's Donohoe Says

Irish Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe discusses a potential Brexit extension, solidarity with the European Union, and trying to avoid collateral damage from a Brexit agreement.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - Pimco's Schneider Sees 'Mini Bouts of Illiquidity' Ahead for Markets

Pimco's Schneider Sees 'Mini Bouts of Illiquidity' Ahead for Markets

Jerome Schneider, head of short-term bond portfolios at Pimco, discusses short-term market concerns and how inflation plays into the Federal Reserve's rate path.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - New Zealand Mosque Terror Attacks Leave 49 Dead

New Zealand Mosque Terror Attacks Leave 49 Dead

A terrorist attack at two New Zealand mosques has left 49 people dead and more than 20 with serious injuries.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - ECB Keeping Rates Low for Longer Poses Financial Stability Risk, Papadia Says

ECB Keeping Rates Low for Longer Poses Financial Stability Risk, Papadia Says

Bruegel Senior Fellow Francesco Papadia, who was head of the European Central Bank's market operations from 1998 to 2012, discusses possible risks associated with the ECB's extension of its economic stimulus measures.
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