Shows from Bloomberg

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
Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas

Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas

Hosted by David Westin, Jonathan Ferro and Alix Steel, Bloomberg's morning program brings viewers the latest in business and finance, providing unique, global insights into where industry and markets are headed.
1955 Episodes
Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

Bloomberg's morning show takes a look at market openings in Asia and analyses all the breaking news stories essential for your business day ahead.
1537 Episodes
Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia previews the market open and analyses all the global breaking news essential for your business day ahead.
733 Episodes
Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

Bloomberg's morning show takes a look at market openings in Europe and analyses all the breaking news stories essential for your business day ahead.
678 Episodes
Bloomberg Markets

Bloomberg Markets

Bloomberg Markets is focused on bringing you the most important global business and breaking markets news and information as it happens.
3072 Episodes
Bloomberg Markets: Asia

Bloomberg Markets: Asia

Bloomberg Markets is focused on bringing you the most important global business and breaking markets news and information as it happens.
1236 Episodes
Bloomberg Markets: European Close

Bloomberg Markets: European Close

Bloomberg Markets is focused on bringing you the most important global business and breaking markets news and information as it happens.
374 Episodes
Bloomberg Markets: European Open

Bloomberg Markets: European Open

Bloomberg Markets is focused on bringing you the most important global business and breaking markets news and information as it happens.
572 Episodes
Bloomberg Markets: Middle East

Bloomberg Markets: Middle East

Live from Dubai, Bloomberg Markets: Middle East connects Asian markets to the European opens. The show focuses on global macro issues with a Middle Eastern context, providing expert analysis of major market moving stories and featuring the biggest newsmakers in the region.
180 Episodes
Bloomberg Real Yield

Bloomberg Real Yield

Bloomberg Real Yield is a weekly business news and analysis show, hosted by Jonathan Ferro.
2 Episodes
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.
1937 Episodes
Bloomberg Technology

Bloomberg Technology

The only daily news program focused exclusively on technology, innovation and the future of business from San Francisco. Hosted by Emily Chang.
940 Episodes
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
The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations

The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations

The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations explores successful leadership through the personal and professional choices of the most influential people in business.
2 Episodes
What’d You Miss?

What’d You Miss?

Scarlet Fu and Joe Weisenthal host Bloomberg's flagship markets program, providing key insights, analysis and context at the market close. It's a counterintuitive, highly intelligent look at the markets that misses absolutely nothing.
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Bloomberg Markets: European Open - The Quiet Activism of Cevian Capital

The Quiet Activism of Cevian Capital

Lars Forberg, co-founder of Cevian Capital, discusses the corporate changes he's created in 2018, the break-up of Thyssenkrupp, the changes at ABB, their Panalpina offer, transforming Ericsson and what he would like to see in Nordea Bank.
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Bloomberg Markets: European Open - European Parliament's Brok Says May, Opposition Need to Find Common Position

European Parliament's Brok Says May, Opposition Need to Find Common Position

European Parliament Member Elmar Brok discusses the Brexit negotiations, where we go next and extending Article 50.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - We Have Become More Cautious, Says Coutts's Kelemen

We Have Become More Cautious, Says Coutts's Kelemen

Shanti Kelemen, senior portfolio manager at Coutts, discusses her risk profile and her outlook for global equities.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - Trading Brexit Uncertainty

Trading Brexit Uncertainty

With Brexit uncertainty still swirling, a number of commentators and analysts have concluded that Brexit is an untradeable event. But investors still have to make choices on where to put their money.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - Markets Seem to Be Driving Policy Makers, Says Rabobank's Foley

Markets Seem to Be Driving Policy Makers, Says Rabobank's Foley

Marija Veitmane, senior multi-asset strategist at State Street, and Jane Foley, head of FX strategy, discuss the rally in markets and how they're playing it.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Full Show (01/18/2019)

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Full Show (01/18/2019)

Bloomberg's morning show takes a look at market openings in Asia and analyzes all the breaking news stories essential for your business day ahead.
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Bloomberg Markets: Asia - Roach Says U.S. and China May Reach 'Cosmetic' Deal at Best

Roach Says U.S. and China May Reach 'Cosmetic' Deal at Best

Stephen Roach, former chairman for Asia at Morgan Stanley and now a senior lecturer at Yale University's Jackson Institute of Global Affairs, talks about trade war between the U.S. and China. He also discusses the Brexit negotiations and Federal R...
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Bloomberg Markets: Asia - Ascletis Pharma CEO on IPO Performance, New Drugs, Revenue Targets

Ascletis Pharma CEO on IPO Performance, New Drugs, Revenue Targets

Jason Wu, chairman and chief executive officer at Ascletis Pharma, discusses the company's performance since the IPO, their new drugs coming to market, competition in the industry, regulatory approvals, drug prices, revenue targets and what drugs ...
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Morgan Stanley's Garner Likes Brazil, India, Indonesia

Morgan Stanley's Garner Likes Brazil, India, Indonesia

Jonathan Garner, chief Asia and emerging market strategist at Morgan Stanley, discusses what could drive a bull market in China, emerging markets, his outlook for tech-exposed economies and valuations in China's markets.
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Bloomberg Markets: Asia - How Longlead's Hedge Fund Was Able to Beat the Odds in 2018

How Longlead's Hedge Fund Was Able to Beat the Odds in 2018

Andrew West, co-founder and managing director of Longlead Capital Partners, explains how its Asian equity hedge fund managed to gain 30 percent last year.
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Bloomberg Markets: Asia - Adecco's Lee Is Cautiously Optimistic on Asia's Labor Market

Adecco's Lee Is Cautiously Optimistic on Asia's Labor Market

Ian Lee, Asia-Pacific chief executive officer at Adecco Group, discusses the labor market in Asia, the impact of trade war on the job market and where he's seeing layoffs.
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Credit Suisse's Top Five China Stock Picks

Credit Suisse's Top Five China Stock Picks

Vincent Chan, head of China equity strategy research at Credit Suisse, talks about the nation's economy and stock market.
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Innovent CFO Sees a Lot of Opportunities in China's Health Market

Innovent CFO Sees a Lot of Opportunities in China's Health Market

Ronnie Ede, chief financial officer at Innovent, discusses what he has in the pipeline to stay competitive, what they're bringing to the market, profitability and the impact the U.S.-China trade war is having on his business.
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Fed Unlikely to Hike Rates in March, Deutsche Bank's Nolting Says

Fed Unlikely to Hike Rates in March, Deutsche Bank's Nolting Says

Christian Nolting, global chief investment officer at Deutsche Bank Wealth Management, talks about Federal Reserve policy, and the implications for markets.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Senior Kim Jong Un Aide Said to Meet Trump on Friday

Senior Kim Jong Un Aide Said to Meet Trump on Friday

North Korea's top envoy Kim Yong Chol has arrived in Washington and U.S. officials say high-level talks are planned later on Friday to arrange a second summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un.
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Oklahoma Sits on Shaky Ground Thanks to Oil & Gas Production

Oklahoma Sits on Shaky Ground Thanks to Oil & Gas Production

This week a 4.2 magnitude earthquake struck northern Oklahoma. Thousands of earthquakes recorded in the state in recent years have been linked to the underground injection of wastewater from oil and gas production. Bloomberg's Alix Steel takes a i...
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Asia Trading Environment Will Continue to Be Volatile, Says Morgan Stanley's Chui

Asia Trading Environment Will Continue to Be Volatile, Says Morgan Stanley's Chui

Vincent Chui, head of APAC wealth management at Morgan Stanley, discusses his outlook for Asian markets in 2019, market volatility, his focus on China, their business strategy for the region and the headcount he's adding in Hong Kong and Singapore.
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Inside Newmont's Gamble to Create World's Largest Gold Co.

Inside Newmont's Gamble to Create World's Largest Gold Co.

Newmont Mining will buy Goldcorp in a deal valued at $10 billion, creating the world's largest gold miner. Will Rhind, chief executive officer of GraniteShares, and Bloomberg Intelligence's Andrew Cosgrove, talk with Bloomberg's Alix Steel about t...
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OPEC's Oil Production Falls on Saudi Cuts

OPEC's Oil Production Falls on Saudi Cuts

OPEC's oil production fell by the most in almost two years as Saudi Arabia cut 468,000 barrels a day to 10.55 million. Bloomberg's Javier Blas and Alix Steel discuss the global oil market.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - In Fixed Income, Morgan Stanley's Worst on The Street

In Fixed Income, Morgan Stanley's Worst on The Street

Morgan Stanley shares fell 4.4%, the most in six weeks, after it missed 4Q 2018 estimates. Fixed income trading revenue fell 30%, the biggest fall of the six major U.S. banks that reported this week. Chief Executive Officer James Gorman says 2019 ...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Japan's Inflation to Decelerate Further, Moody's Analytics Says

Japan's Inflation to Decelerate Further, Moody's Analytics Says

Faraz Syed, economist at Moody's Analytics, talks about Japan's economy and monetary policy. Japan's key inflation gauge slowed in the first back-to-back decline since April, highlighting the difficulty of the Bank of Japan's price goal ahead of i...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Trump Cancels U.S. Delegation Trip to Davos

Trump Cancels U.S. Delegation Trip to Davos

President Donald Trump canceled the U.S. delegation's trip to the global economic summit in Davos, citing the partial government shutdown, according to the White House.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Volatility Will Continue to Drift Lower, Credit Sussie's Golub Says

Volatility Will Continue to Drift Lower, Credit Sussie's Golub Says

Jonathan Golub, chief U.S. equity strategist at Credit Suisse, talks about the outlook for stock markets.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - China Warns of Blowback If Canada Bars Huawei From 5G Network

China Warns of Blowback If Canada Bars Huawei From 5G Network

China's ambassador to Canada warned that excluding Huawei Technologies Co. from its next-generation wireless network will have repercussions.
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Fed's Evans Says He Won't Be Surprised If Funds Rate Is Higher at Year-End

Fed's Evans Says He Won't Be Surprised If Funds Rate Is Higher at Year-End

Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Charles Evans discusses the path of monetary policy and the state of the U.S.
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Bloomberg Technology - Going Public Isn't Always the Answer, Glassdoor CEO Says

Going Public Isn't Always the Answer, Glassdoor CEO Says

Robert Hohman, Glassdoor chief executive officer, discusses the company's global expansion and its decision to be acquired.
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Bloomberg Technology - Huawei Probe 'Long Time Coming,' Albright's Celico Says

Huawei Probe 'Long Time Coming,' Albright's Celico Says

Amy Celico, principal at Albright Stonebridge Group,, discusses the federal investigation into Huawei Technologies Co. for allegedly stealing trade secrets from U.S.
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December Sell-Off Has Set Up Stocks for a Rally, Alger CEO Says

December Sell-Off Has Set Up Stocks for a Rally, Alger CEO Says

Daniel Chung, Alger chief executive officer and chief investment officer, discusses the outlook for U.S.
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Bloomberg Technology - The Key Takeaways From Netflix's Fourth-Quarter Earnings

The Key Takeaways From Netflix's Fourth-Quarter Earnings

Netflix Inc. delivered a jump in new subscribers, but reported a shortfall in quarterly sales, sending the stock lower and disappointing investors who bid shares of the high-flying streaming giant up 50 percent in the past few weeks.
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Bloomberg Technology - How D.C. Is Reacting to Apple CEO Tim Cook's Privacy Push

How D.C. Is Reacting to Apple CEO Tim Cook's Privacy Push

Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook called on the Federal Trade Commission to track data brokers and monitor how they use people's digital information, the latest privacy push by the iPhone maker.
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Bloomberg Technology - Taiwan Semi Hit by Smartphone Slowdown

Taiwan Semi Hit by Smartphone Slowdown

U.S.-listed shares of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. fell after the main chipmaker for Apple Inc.'s iPhone gave a revenue outlook that was sharply below expectations, the latest company to see a hit from a slowing smartphone demand.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Rio Tinto Says Iron Ore Shipments Can Climb Further

Rio Tinto Says Iron Ore Shipments Can Climb Further

Rio Tinto Group aims to raise annual iron ore shipments about as much as 3.5 percent in 2019 after volumes climbed again last year, underlining the miner's confidence that a slowdown in China's economy won't derail demand for its top earning mater...
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Bloomberg Technology - MIT, Stanford Academics Design Cryptocurrency to Better Bitcoin

MIT, Stanford Academics Design Cryptocurrency to Better Bitcoin

Professors from seven U.S. colleges including the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford University and University of California, Berkeley have teamed up to create a digital currency.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - U.S., China Trade War Unlikely to End Soon, BofAML's Harris Says

U.S., China Trade War Unlikely to End Soon, BofAML's Harris Says

Ethan Harris, head of global economics at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, talks about Federal Reserve policy, the U.S. economy, and the trade spat between the world's two largest economies.
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Fed's Evans on Path of Monetary Policy, Economy and Shutdown

Fed's Evans on Path of Monetary Policy, Economy and Shutdown

Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Charles Evans discusses the path of monetary policy and the state of the U.S.
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Fed Is Well Positioned and Can Easily Be Patient, Evans Says

Fed Is Well Positioned and Can Easily Be Patient, Evans Says

Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Charles Evans discusses the path of monetary policy with Bloomberg's Kathleen Hays on "Bloomberg Markets: What'd You Miss?"
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How Tribeca Trade Group's CEO Is Trading the EEM

How Tribeca Trade Group's CEO Is Trading the EEM

On this edition of "Options Insight," Tribeca Trade Group Chief Executive Officer Christian Fromhertz discusses the recent market volatility and his options strategy with Bloomberg's Abigail Doolittle on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
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Traditional Retail to See More Bankruptcies, UBS Head of Restructuring Says

Traditional Retail to See More Bankruptcies, UBS Head of Restructuring Says

Lloyd Sprung, UBS head of restructuring, discusses investment opportunities in restructuring with Bloomberg's Ed Hammond on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
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Barry Ritholtz on Bogle's Legacy, Bank Stocks and Brexit

Barry Ritholtz on Bogle's Legacy, Bank Stocks and Brexit

Barry Ritholtz, a Bloomberg Opinion columnist, discusses the legacy of Vanguard founder John Bogle and the outlook for bank stocks with Bloomberg's Vonnie Quinn and Guy Johnson on "Bloomberg Markets.
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Why the Credit Market Was So Challenging for Banks in the Fourth Quarter

Why the Credit Market Was So Challenging for Banks in the Fourth Quarter

Morgan Stanley's fixed-income traders succumbed to the same downturn that afflicted the rest of Wall Street in the fourth quarter, posting their worst results in three years and sending the shares tumbling.
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Treasury Denies to WSJ Any China Tariff Recommendations Made

Treasury Denies to WSJ Any China Tariff Recommendations Made

Bloomberg's Randy Woods and Bloomberg Businessweek's Peter Coy have more about the Wall Street Journal report on China tariffs.
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Florida Seeing an Uptick in Demand for Million-Dollar Homes, Miller Samuel CEO Says

Florida Seeing an Uptick in Demand for Million-Dollar Homes, Miller Samuel CEO Says

Jonathan Miller, president and chief executive officer of Miller Samuel Inc., discusses the uptick in demand for million-dollar plus homes in Florida. He speaks with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde and Scarlet Fu on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close.
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U.S. May Roll Back China Tariffs to Calm Markets: WSJ

U.S. May Roll Back China Tariffs to Calm Markets: WSJ

U.S. officials are debating lifting trade tariffs on China to calm markets and give Beijing an incentive to make deeper concessions, WSJ reports, citing unidentified people close to the deliberations.
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John Bogle Believed in Index Funds and His Legacy Will Live On, Vanguard CEO Says

John Bogle Believed in Index Funds and His Legacy Will Live On, Vanguard CEO Says

Tim Buckley, Vanguard chief executive officer, discusses the legacy of fund pioneer John Bogle.
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Xi Is Under Pressure to Strike a Deal With the U.S., Oxford's Magnus Says

Xi Is Under Pressure to Strike a Deal With the U.S., Oxford's Magnus Says

Oxford University China Centre Associate George Magnus discusses the U.S. federal investigation into Huawei Technoloigies Co. and the state of U.S.-China trade relations.
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Not Going to Be a Wall From Coast to Coast, Rep. Reed Says

Not Going to Be a Wall From Coast to Coast, Rep. Reed Says

Representative Tom Reed, co-chair of the Problem Solvers Caucus and a Republican from New York, discusses bipartisan talks on ending the partial government shutdown.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas - Sam Zell Says Gold 'Is a Good Hedge'

Sam Zell Says Gold 'Is a Good Hedge'

Sam Zell, the founder of Equity Group Investments, says he bought gold for the first time in his life because "it's a good hedge." Zell also talks about the oil and energy markets.
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Trump Shutdown Talks 'Not Really a Negotiation,' Rep. Hoyer Says

Trump Shutdown Talks 'Not Really a Negotiation,' Rep. Hoyer Says

Representative Steny Hoyer, a Maryland Democrat, discusses negotiations to end the U.S. partial government shutdown, the prospects for canceling the State of the Union address, and President Donald Trump's plan to withdraw troops from Syria.
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