Why Slack May Opt for Direct Share Listing Instead of IPO

Why Slack May Opt for Direct Share Listing Instead of IPO

Slack Technologies Inc. plans to forgo a traditional initial public offering and instead intends to sell its shares to bidders in a direct listing, a person familiar with the matter.
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Imax Expands in China With 40 New Theaters

Imax Expands in China With 40 New Theaters

Imax is betting big on China with plans to expand to 40 more locations. Ticket sales are still growing, despite an overall slowdown in movie-going in China.
Valuations in China Bonds Has Become Quite Attractive, Says StanChart's Liu

Valuations in China Bonds Has Become Quite Attractive, Says StanChart's Liu

Becky Liu, head of China macro strategy at Standard Chartered, discusses the rally in China bonds, China's debt profile and the job market.
U.S., China Will Continue to Talk With Lengthy Negotiations, Says StanChart's Liu

U.S., China Will Continue to Talk With Lengthy Negotiations, Says StanChart's Liu

Becky Liu, head of China macro strategy at Standard Chartered, discusses the U.S.-China trade negotiations, her call on USD-CNY and capital outflows from China.
Brands Caught in the Middle of Hong Kong's Protests

Brands Caught in the Middle of Hong Kong's Protests

As Hong Kong's protesters extend their fight beyond the skyscraper-filled city to social media, companies are suddenly finding themselves very much involved. Demonstrators have started to single out brands they see as either for or against their c...
U.S., China Still Quite Far Apart, Says Mercatus Center's McDaniel

U.S., China Still Quite Far Apart, Says Mercatus Center's McDaniel

Christine McDaniel, senior research fellow at Mercatus Center, discusses President Trump's latest threat on tariffs and how they could impact trade talks.
BHP 4Q Attributable Iron Ore Production Meets Estimates

BHP 4Q Attributable Iron Ore Production Meets Estimates

BHP reported attributable iron ore production for 4Q that did meet the average analyst estimate.
RegentAtlantic's Kapyrin Sees a Continued Rally in Risk Assets

RegentAtlantic's Kapyrin Sees a Continued Rally in Risk Assets

Andy Kapyrin, partner and director of research at RegentAtlantic, discusses the global economy, equities and his outlook for markets.
Iron Ore Price Has Hit Its Peak: Fat Prophets' Lennox

Iron Ore Price Has Hit Its Peak: Fat Prophets' Lennox

David Lennox, resource analyst at Fat Prophets, discusses the prospects for BHP Group, Rio Tinto Group, and iron-ore prices. BHP reported attributable iron ore production for the fourth quarter that met the average analyst estimate, and sees full-...
Trump Says U.S. Could Impose More China Tariffs 'If We Want'

Trump Says U.S. Could Impose More China Tariffs 'If We Want'

President Donald Trump reiterated that he could impose additional tariffs on Chinese imports if he wants, after promising to hold off on more duties in a trade-war truce he reached with China's Xi Jinping last month.
Loomis Sayles' Fuss on Fed Policy, Bonds, U.S.-China Spat

Loomis Sayles' Fuss on Fed Policy, Bonds, U.S.-China Spat

Dan Fuss, vice chairman of Loomis Sayles, discusses Federal Reserve policy, global bonds, and the disputes between the U.S. and China.
Sen. Warner Says Blockchain Has Merit But Facebook Is a Concern

Sen. Warner Says Blockchain Has Merit But Facebook Is a Concern

Sen. Mark Warner, a Virginia Democrat, discusses Facebook Inc.
Why Facebook's Crypto Plans Are Being Attacked by Senate

Why Facebook's Crypto Plans Are Being Attacked by Senate

Joyce Lai, ConsenSys attorney, and Bloomberg's Kurt Wagner discuss the regulatory issues surrounding Facebook Inc.'s plans for a new cryptocurrency.
Von Der Lyen: Must Work Together with U.S.

Von Der Lyen: Must Work Together with U.S.

European Comission President-Elect Ursula Von Der Leyen discusses working with the U.S. on 'Bloomberg Markets: The Close.'
Wells Fargo CFO Not Nervous About Mortgages

Wells Fargo CFO Not Nervous About Mortgages

John Shrewsberry, Wells Fargo & Co. chief financial officer, discusses the mortgage sector on "Bloomberg Markets: What'd You Miss?"
Wells Fargo Well Positioned for Rate Cut and Not Nervous About Mortgages, CFO Says

Wells Fargo Well Positioned for Rate Cut and Not Nervous About Mortgages, CFO Says

John Shrewsberry, Wells Fargo & Co. chief financial officer, discusses the bank's second-quarter earnings and growth outlook with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde, Taylor Riggs and Romaine Bostick on "Bloomberg Markets: What'd You Miss?"
Aggarwal: Amazon Created an Ecosystem

Aggarwal: Amazon Created an Ecosystem

Fitch Ratings Managing Director Monica Aggarwal Amazon's Prime Day on 'Bloomberg Markets: The Close.'
How Oppenheimer's Alon Rosin Is Trading Yext and LivePerson

How Oppenheimer's Alon Rosin Is Trading Yext and LivePerson

On this edition of "Options Insight," Oppenheimer & Co. Managing Director Alon Rosin discusses the recent performance of U.S.
Von Der Leyen Admits to Issues With U.S. But Wants to Work Together

Von Der Leyen Admits to Issues With U.S. But Wants to Work Together

European Commission President-Elect Ursula von der Leyen talks with Bloomberg TV about the European Union's relationship with the U.S., global trade relations and the prospects for Brexit.
The Leveraged-Loan Collapse That Reveals a Key Risk in the Credit Market

The Leveraged-Loan Collapse That Reveals a Key Risk in the Credit Market

Almost overnight, a $693 million loan Clover Technologies took to the market five years ago lost about a third of its value. The startling nosedive stung even sophisticated investors, people who deal in the arcane business of trading corporate loans.
Why Frontier Bonds Are Leading High-Yield Market Declines

Why Frontier Bonds Are Leading High-Yield Market Declines

Frontier Communications Corp. bonds led high-yield market declines after the company said it wouldn't be holding a question-and-answer session on its second-quarter earnings call scheduled for August 6.
Fed Pushing on a String as Credit Market Poses Significant Risk, Ex-Cantor CEO Says

Fed Pushing on a String as Credit Market Poses Significant Risk, Ex-Cantor CEO Says

Shawn Matthews, Hondius Capital Management chief investment officer and former Cantor Fitzgerald chief executive officer, discusses the risk in credit markets and Federal Reserve monetary policy with Bloomberg's Vonnie Quinn on "Bloomberg Markets."
Trump Says Stocks Would Be Up a Lot More If Fed Didn't Raise Rates

Trump Says Stocks Would Be Up a Lot More If Fed Didn't Raise Rates

President Donald Trump speaks with reporters about the state of China-U.S. trade relations and Federal Reserve monetary policy.
Facebook's Marcus Says He Would Accept His Full Pay in Libra

Facebook's Marcus Says He Would Accept His Full Pay in Libra

David Marcus, head of Calibra at Facebook, states that he trusts Libra enough to accept his full compensation in the proposed cryptocurrency. He speaks in response to a question from Senator Sherrod Brown, ranking member of the Senate Banking Comm...
Buttigieg, Biden and Warren Set Fundraising Pace as O'Rourke Slips

Buttigieg, Biden and Warren Set Fundraising Pace as O'Rourke Slips

California Senator Kamala Harris raised $11.8 million in the second quarter, putting her fifth in fundraising among 2020 Democratic presidential candidates who filed campaign finance reports with the Federal Election Commission on Monday. Bloomber...