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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
Oil Markets Not Accurately Priced for Current Risk, Pioneer CEO Says

Oil Markets Not Accurately Priced for Current Risk, Pioneer CEO Says

Scott Sheffield, Pioneer Natural Resources chief executive officer, discusses the market impact of the attacks on Saudi Arabia oil facilities.
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Oaktree's Howard Marks Says Markets Aren't Going Into a Bubble

Oaktree's Howard Marks Says Markets Aren't Going Into a Bubble

Howard Marks, co-chairman and co-founder of Oaktree Capital Group, discusses the outlook for financial markets and his investment strategy with Bloomberg's Lisa Abramowicz on "Money Undercover."
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It Is Currently 'Dangerous' to Predict Israeli Elections, Says Northwestern University Professor

It Is Currently 'Dangerous' to Predict Israeli Elections, Says Northwestern University Professor

Dov Waxman, Northwestern University Professor, discusses the Israeli elections with David Westin on 'Balance of Power.'
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Longtime Journalist Cokie Roberts Dies

Longtime Journalist Cokie Roberts Dies

Bloomberg's David Westin reflects on working with legendary Washington-based journalist Cokie Roberts, who passed away on Tuesday.
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Schwarzman Says U.S.-China Trade Conflict Is Likely to Ease

Schwarzman Says U.S.-China Trade Conflict Is Likely to Ease

Blackstone Group Inc. co-founder Steve Schwarzman says the U.S.-China trade conflict is likely to ease because both countries understand that a decoupling of their economies carries too much risk.
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U.S. Natural Gas Futures Slip From 5-Month High on Saudi Attack

U.S. Natural Gas Futures Slip From 5-Month High on Saudi Attack

Karen Harbert, chief executive officer at American Gas Association, discusses how the natural gas market reacted to an attack on Saudi Arabian oil facilities and the industry's ability to supply the domestic and export markets.
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Why Toyota Is Making a $391M Texas Truck Bet

Why Toyota Is Making a $391M Texas Truck Bet

Christopher Reynolds, Toyota North America chief administrative officer, manufacturing & corporate resources, discusses the manufacturer's investment in its Texas truck plant that will build its next-generation pickups, and the outlook for passage...
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Newmont Goldcorp COO Doesn't See Much M&A Chatter in Gold

Newmont Goldcorp COO Doesn't See Much M&A Chatter in Gold

Tom Palmer, Newmont Goldcorp Corp. president and chief operating officer, discusses the rally in gold prices and the outlook for the gold industry with Bloomberg's Vonnie Quinn and Guy Johnson on "Bloomberg Markets."
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Swinson Says She's Ready to Be PM, Vows to Cancel Brexit

Swinson Says She's Ready to Be PM, Vows to Cancel Brexit

U.K. Liberal Democrat Party Leader Jo Swinson speaks about her plan to cancel Brexit if elected Prime Minister at the next general election. "There is no Brexit that will be good for our country," Swinson said Tuesday during a speech before party ...
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This Is a Clear Supply-Side Shock to Oil, Says Nomura's Subbaraman

This Is a Clear Supply-Side Shock to Oil, Says Nomura's Subbaraman

Rob Subbaraman, head of global macro research at Nomura, discusses his outlook for oil prices and the risks for emerging market economies.
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Bill Gates Calls for More Subsidies for Energy Storage, Offshore Wind

Bill Gates Calls for More Subsidies for Energy Storage, Offshore Wind

Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates talks about the impact of climate change on poorer countries and his view that more government subsidies should be directed toward emerging technologies such as renewable energy storage and offshore wind. Gate...
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Asia Is Critical for Arsenal Football Club, Says MD Venkatesham

Asia Is Critical for Arsenal Football Club, Says MD Venkatesham

Vinai Venkatesham, managing director at Arsenal Football Club, discusses the importance of Asia to the club, competition with other leagues for fans, his strategy for driving revenue, signing new players and his expansion plans for China.
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Apple Takes on EU's Vestager in Record $14 Billion Tax Fight

Apple Takes on EU's Vestager in Record $14 Billion Tax Fight

Apple Inc. fights the world's biggest tax case in a quiet Luxembourg courtroom this week, trying to rein in the European Union's powerful antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager ahead of a potential new crackdown on internet giants. The court must weig...
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We See the Rising Risk of Protests in Hong Kong, Says Moody's Petch

We See the Rising Risk of Protests in Hong Kong, Says Moody's Petch

Martin Petch, vice president and senior credit officer at Moody's Investors Service, discusses the downgrade in Hong Kong's outlook to negative and the reasons behind it.
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Deadlocked Israel Rivals Set to Slug Out Year's Second Election

Deadlocked Israel Rivals Set to Slug Out Year's Second Election

Israel heads to the polls today for a second time this year after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu failed to form a coalition in April. It's still a tight race between Blue & White Party Leader Benny Gantz and Netanyahu.
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Fed Will Not Make Oil Big Component in Decision, Says OCBC Bank's Menon

Fed Will Not Make Oil Big Component in Decision, Says OCBC Bank's Menon

Vasu Menon, executive director of investment strategy at OCBC Bank Wealth Management, discusses how the spike in oil could impact Fed policy and his outlook for markets.
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BNP Paribas's Morris: `Still Overweight U.S. Equities'

BNP Paribas's Morris: `Still Overweight U.S. Equities'

Daniel Morris, senior investment strategist at BNP Paribas Asset Management, explains the firm's overweight stance on U.S. equities.
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Lawyer Who Led Scottish Case Against Johnson Discusses Supreme Court Challenge

Lawyer Who Led Scottish Case Against Johnson Discusses Supreme Court Challenge

Jolyon Maugham, the lawyer who led and won a Scottish case against Prime Minister Boris Johnson's suspension of Parliament, discusses the outlook for this week's Supreme Court hearing on the case that will decide whether the prime minister must le...
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Fed Won't Signal `Too Many Further Rate Cuts': Union Bancaire Privee

Fed Won't Signal `Too Many Further Rate Cuts': Union Bancaire Privee

Christel Rendu de Lint, head of fixed income at Union Bancaire Privee, discusses the outlook for Federal Reserve policy.
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Saudi Oil Shock Won't Lead to Global Recession, RBC's Schaffrik Says

Saudi Oil Shock Won't Lead to Global Recession, RBC's Schaffrik Says

Peter Schaffrik, global macro strategist at RBC Capital Markets, discusses the potential global economic impact of the attack on Saudi Arabian oil facilities.
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To Prorogue or Not to Prorogue, Top U.K. Judges to Decide

To Prorogue or Not to Prorogue, Top U.K. Judges to Decide

Prime Minister Boris Johnson's suspension of Parliament reaches the U.K.'s top judges this week, forcing them into the political arena on an issue that's divided the courts and the country.
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Brexit Is Sand in the Gas Tank for U.K. Economy: SocGen

Brexit Is Sand in the Gas Tank for U.K. Economy: SocGen

Kit Juckes, global fixed income strategist at Societe Generale, and Daniel Morris, senior investment strategist at BNP Paribas Asset Management, discuss the U.K.
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Bill Gates's Net Worth Grew $17 Billion This Year: Here's How

Bill Gates's Net Worth Grew $17 Billion This Year: Here's How

Microsoft Corp. Co-Founder and former Chief Executive Bill Gates discusses the investment strategy that's helped him add $17 billion to his net worth this year, taking his wealth to $106 billion, behind only Jeff Bezos on the Bloomberg Billionaire...
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Central Bank Craziness Makes Pricing Risk Anomalous: Michael Holland

Central Bank Craziness Makes Pricing Risk Anomalous: Michael Holland

Michael Holland, chairman at Holland & Company, discusses his approach to markets and investing, taking into account central bank policy and the Saudi Arabian oil facilities attack.
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Decision Time for U.S. Economy in This Week's Data Points: Roland

Decision Time for U.S. Economy in This Week's Data Points: Roland

Emily Roland, head of capital markets research at John Hancock Investment Management, discusses expected changes to the Federal Reserve's dot plot and why this week's data points are so important to the future of the U.S. economy.
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Bill Gates Says Big Tech Companies Shouldn't Be Broken Up

Bill Gates Says Big Tech Companies Shouldn't Be Broken Up

Microsoft Corp. Co-Founder and former Chief Executive Bill Gates discusses concerns that some lawmakers in Washington have that companies from Alphabet Inc.'s Google to Facebook Inc. and Amazon.com Inc. have gotten too big and too powerful. Gates ...
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How the Health Care Industry Can Reduce Its Climate Footprint

How the Health Care Industry Can Reduce Its Climate Footprint

Gary Cohen, founder and president at Health Care Without Harm, discusses the health care industry's contribution to climate change.
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Admati Says Fragile System Is Inherent in Banking

Admati Says Fragile System Is Inherent in Banking

Anat Admati, professor of finance & economics at Stanford Graduate School of Business, discusses the banking sector, financial regulation and negative interest rates.
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Climate Change and Human Health: The Vicious Cycle of Negative Impacts

Climate Change and Human Health: The Vicious Cycle of Negative Impacts

Bloomberg's Emma Chandra examines the negative impact on human health from climate change and how the health care industry contributes to climate change.
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Saudi Arabia to Reportedly Resume 70% of Lost Oil Output

Saudi Arabia to Reportedly Resume 70% of Lost Oil Output

Paul Sankey, oil analyst at Mizuho Securities, discusses reports that Saudi Arabia is close to restoring 70% of the oil production lost in this weekend's attack.
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Canada Is the Safest Source of Energy, Alberta Premier Says

Canada Is the Safest Source of Energy, Alberta Premier Says

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney joins BNN Bloomberg from New York, where he's trying to drum up investment for Canada's energy sector. He says the industry will see tax cuts and less regulatory hurdles moving forward and points to Canada's safe oil p...
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High Hopes for Fed Dovishness

High Hopes for Fed Dovishness

Priya Misra, TD Securities head of global rates research, Stephen Liberatore, managing director at Nuveen, and Jerome Schneider, head of short-term portfolio management at Pimco, discuss their expectations for the Federal Reserve ahead of the cent...
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Aramco Can Add 250k B/D to Replace Some Lost Output: Qamar Energy

Aramco Can Add 250k B/D to Replace Some Lost Output: Qamar Energy

Saudi Aramco can raise production from offshore oil fields to help replace output disruption after Saturday's attacks on its facilities. That's according to Robin Mills, CEO of Dubai-based consultant Qamar Energy. He spoke on Bloomberg TV.
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Former Canopy CEO Linton Joins Three Firms in Advisory Roles

Former Canopy CEO Linton Joins Three Firms in Advisory Roles

Bruce Linton, co-founder and former chief executive officer at Canopy Growth, discusses the three companies he is joining in an advisory capacity.
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WeWork Delays IPO, Bonds Plunge by Most on Record

WeWork Delays IPO, Bonds Plunge by Most on Record

WeWork bonds plunged by the most on record after the company said it would push back a planned initial public offering.
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N.Y. Fed Takes $53.2 Billion of Securities, Treasuries in Repo Op

N.Y. Fed Takes $53.2 Billion of Securities, Treasuries in Repo Op

The New York Fed conducted an overnight system repurchase agreement for the first time in a decade.
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Volcker Rule 'Difficult if Not Impossible' to Enforce: CFTC

Volcker Rule 'Difficult if Not Impossible' to Enforce: CFTC

The re-write of the Volcker Rule has drawn criticism from a member of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
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Protests Have a Clear Impact on Hong Kong's Economy, Says Credit Suisse's Woods

Protests Have a Clear Impact on Hong Kong's Economy, Says Credit Suisse's Woods

John Woods, Asia-Pacific chief investment officer at Credit Suisse, discusses Moody's outlook downgrade of Hong Kong and his outlook for the economy and markets.
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China, Oil Industry Moving in Wrong Direction on Climate Change, Says Council on Foreign Relations

China, Oil Industry Moving in Wrong Direction on Climate Change, Says Council on Foreign Relations

Amy Jaffe, director of the program on energy security and climate change at Council on Foreign Relations, discusses China's carbon footprint, the U.S. pulling out of the climate change accord and her outlook for Asia.
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Singapore, HK Battle for FX Dominance

Singapore, HK Battle for FX Dominance

Singapore leads Hong Kong by just a whisker in the battle to be Asia's biggest foreign exchange hub, but Singapore's not giving up without a fight.
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Bill Gates on Global Inequality, Climate Change and Big Tech

Bill Gates on Global Inequality, Climate Change and Big Tech

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Co-Chair and Microsoft Co-Founder Bill Gates speaks to Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker at the Foundation's HQ in Seattle. On Tuesday, the foundation released its annual Goalkeepers report. The study seeks to monitor and ...
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China August Home Prices Growth Slower Than July

China August Home Prices Growth Slower Than July

Jian Chang, chief China economist at Barclays Asia-Pacific, and Virginie Maisonneuve, chief investment officer at Eastspring Investments, discusses China's August home prices and their outlook for the economy and markets.
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Saudi Oil Attack Has Not Been Priced In to Markets, Says ESAI Energy's Emerson

Saudi Oil Attack Has Not Been Priced In to Markets, Says ESAI Energy's Emerson

Sarah Emerson, managing principal at ESAI Energy, and Virginie Maisonneuve, chief investment officer at Eastspring Investments, discuss the attack on the Saudi oil facility over the weekend, oil inventories, what the attack means for markets and w...
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SoftBank Backers Rethink Role in Next Vision Fund on WeWork

SoftBank Backers Rethink Role in Next Vision Fund on WeWork

SoftBank is sliding this morning amid reports that the issues surrounding WeWork are making some big backers rethink their role in the next Vision Fund. Sources also telling us the works pace startup may delay its public debut until October.
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Baucus: Both U.S. and China Looking to Save Face in Talks

Baucus: Both U.S. and China Looking to Save Face in Talks

Former U.S. Ambassador to China Max Baucus discusses U.S.-China trade negotiations that resume this month and where he sees them heading.
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China Expected to Retain Carbon Crown

China Expected to Retain Carbon Crown

Disruptions to oil supplies may underscore the case to go carbon neutral. Yet, even as renewable energy resources are getting cheaper to build, much of the growth in consumption comes from fossil fuels. Bloomberg's Sophie Kamaruddin reports on wha...
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Fed May Normalize Balance Sheet as Early as 4Q, Says BMO Capital Markets's Hill

Fed May Normalize Balance Sheet as Early as 4Q, Says BMO Capital Markets's Hill

Jon Hill, vice president of U.S. rates strategy at BMO Capital Markets, discusses the volatility in today's repo rates and what it means for Fed policy.
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U.S. Says It's Reached Initial Trade Deal With Japan

U.S. Says It's Reached Initial Trade Deal With Japan

President Trump says the U.S. has reached an initial trade agreement with Japan and there are indications it could be signed in the coming days.
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