Bloomberg Surveillance

Bloomberg Surveillance

Tom Keene in New York and Francine Lacqua in London prepare you for the day ahead with insights on the state of the markets and the world.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - Amber Capital CEO Sees Value in European Telcos, Media

Amber Capital CEO Sees Value in European Telcos, Media

Joseph Oughourlian, chief executive officer and founder of Amber Capital, discusses investment opportunities in Europe amid heightened political risks. He spoke Jan.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - Bank of America FICC Trading Falls 15% in Fourth Quarter

Bank of America FICC Trading Falls 15% in Fourth Quarter

Bloomberg Intelligence's Alison Williams examines fourth-quarter results from Bank of America Corp.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - Brexit Stockpiling Is 'Not Necessary,' U.K.'s Stride Says

Brexit Stockpiling Is 'Not Necessary,' U.K.'s Stride Says

Mel Stride, financial secretary to the U.K. Treasury, discusses the next steps following Parliament's rejection of Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plan and contingency plans for a no-deal Brexit.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - Orcel's Rise to Santander CEO Ruined by Dispute Over UBS Pay

Orcel's Rise to Santander CEO Ruined by Dispute Over UBS Pay

Banco Santander SA reversed course on installing Andrea Orcel as its next chief executive officer after a standoff over tens of millions of dollars in deferred pay.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - Bank Earnings Show We're Not Headed for Recession, Baird's Taft Says

Bank Earnings Show We're Not Headed for Recession, Baird's Taft Says

John Taft, vice chairman at Baird, examines economic signals from bank earnings.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - Sterling Doesn't Like Idea of Far-Left Government, Foley Says

Sterling Doesn't Like Idea of Far-Left Government, Foley Says

Jane Foley, head of FX strategy at Rabobank, discusses the pound's reaction to Parliament's rejection of Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plan.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - Skidelsky Says Would Have Been a Brexit Deal Without Irish Issue

Skidelsky Says Would Have Been a Brexit Deal Without Irish Issue

U.K. House of Lords Member Robert Skidelsky discusses the role of the Irish backstop in Brexit and why there should not be a second referendum.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - Lord Desai Blames `Smug' Johnson and Rees-Mogg for U.K. Political Crisis

Lord Desai Blames `Smug' Johnson and Rees-Mogg for U.K. Political Crisis

Meghnad Desai, emeritus professor of economics at the London School of Economics and a Labour Party member of Britain's House of Lords, discusses the U.K. political gridlock and the influence of Brexiteers Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg in prev...
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Bloomberg Surveillance - State Street Still `Risk On' Even Amid Slower Global Growth, CIO Says

State Street Still `Risk On' Even Amid Slower Global Growth, CIO Says

Rick Lacaille, chief investment officer at State Street Global Advisors, discusses market sentiment, the global economy and Brexit.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - House of Commons Leader Expects May to Win Confidence Vote

House of Commons Leader Expects May to Win Confidence Vote

Andrea Leadsom, leader of the House of Commons, discusses the upcoming confidence vote on U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May and the aftermath of Tuesday's vote on May's Brexit plan.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - JPMorgan a Bank 'Safe Haven' in the Year Ahead, CFRA's Leon Says

JPMorgan a Bank 'Safe Haven' in the Year Ahead, CFRA's Leon Says

Ken Leon, global director of research at CFRA, examines fourth-quarter results from JPMorgan Chase & Co.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - UBS Sees Major European Economic Deceleration in Q4

UBS Sees Major European Economic Deceleration in Q4

Arend Kapteyn, global chief economist at UBS Investment Bank, discusses the European economic slowdown and how it can impact European Central Bank policy.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - Scottish Nationalist Leader Says U.K. Must Extend Article 50

Scottish Nationalist Leader Says U.K. Must Extend Article 50

Scottish National Party leader and U.K. lawmaker Ian Blackford says the Brexit negotiating period -- known as Article 50 -- must be extended to avert the risk of a no-deal withdrawal from the European Union.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - Pimco Sees U.K. Assets Responding Well If May Loses by Narrow Margin

Pimco Sees U.K. Assets Responding Well If May Loses by Narrow Margin

Mike Amey, managing director and portfolio manager at Pimco Europe, discusses the possible market reaction to today's parliamentary vote on Brexit and the potential impact of a no-deal withdrawal on London's financial industry.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - LibDems Plan to Vote Against Brexit Deal, Seek New Referendum

LibDems Plan to Vote Against Brexit Deal, Seek New Referendum

U.K. Liberal Democrat lawmaker Jo Swinson discusses the outlook for today's parliamentary vote on Brexit and the consequences should Prime Minister Theresa May lose the vote on her European Union withdrawal deal.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - Border Wall Stalemate Stretches Government Shutdown to 24 Days

Border Wall Stalemate Stretches Government Shutdown to 24 Days

Former NRCC Communications Director Matt Gorman discusses the political battle over a southern U.S. border wall amid the longest partial government shutdown on record.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - What to Watch for in Big Bank Earnings Reports

What to Watch for in Big Bank Earnings Reports

In "Single Best Chart," Frederick Cannon, global director of research at Keefe, Bruyette, & Woods, discusses expectations for the big banks ahead of the upcoming earnings season.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - McConnell Seen Under Pressure to Act on Shutdown Impasse

McConnell Seen Under Pressure to Act on Shutdown Impasse

Leslie Vinjamuri, head of the U.S. and Americas programme at Chatham House, discusses the government shutdown and pressure on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to take a more active role in ending the impasse.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - UniCredit Says May's Brexit Deal Will Eventually Pass, With Tweaks

UniCredit Says May's Brexit Deal Will Eventually Pass, With Tweaks

Erik Nielsen, chief economist at UniCredit Group, discusses the likely scenarios if U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May loses a parliamentary vote on her Brexit agreement, scheduled for tomorrow.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - JPM's Peters Sees 4-5% Upside in 'Preferred' U.S. Equity Market

JPM's Peters Sees 4-5% Upside in 'Preferred' U.S. Equity Market

Grace Peters, European equity strategist at JPMorgan Private Bank, discusses the potential economic impact of the partial U.S. government shutdown and explains why U.S. equities are her firm's "preferred" market.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - China Exports, Imports Unexpectedly Slump in December

China Exports, Imports Unexpectedly Slump in December

China reported an unexpected decline in exports and imports in December, while the nation's trade surplus with the United States hit a record in 2018.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - Brexit Delay Expected by Cabinet Ministers: ES

Brexit Delay Expected by Cabinet Ministers: ES

Brexit is reportedly expected to be delayed beyond March 29 due to a backlog of legislation that needs to be passed before the U.K leaves the European Union.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - What's on Putin's 2019 To-Do List for Russia?

What's on Putin's 2019 To-Do List for Russia?

Alex Brideau, director of Russia and Ukraine at Eurasia Group, discusses the outlook for Russia and Ukraine and the global risks related to the nations in 2019.
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Bloomberg Surveillance - The Federal Reserve's Distance From a Neutral Rate

The Federal Reserve's Distance From a Neutral Rate

In "Single Best Chart," Komal Sri-Kumar, founder at Sri-Kumar Global Strategies, and John Ryding, chief economist and founding partner at RDQ Economics, examine the Fed funds rate adjusted for inflation going back to 1988.
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