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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
Singapore Cuts Growth Outlook, Plans Stimulus

Singapore Cuts Growth Outlook, Plans Stimulus

Selena Ling, head of Treasury research and strategy at Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Ltd., talks about Singapore's economy and the government's budget. Singapore downgraded its forecast for economic growth for this year and plans to deliver ...
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Oman Sees Prospects of Talks Between Iran and U.S.

Oman Sees Prospects of Talks Between Iran and U.S.

Oman is working to reduce tensions in the Persian Gulf and sees prospects of talks between rivals Iran and the U.S..
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Macau Casino Stocks Favored, Citi PB's Pang Says

Macau Casino Stocks Favored, Citi PB's Pang Says

Ken Peng, investment strategist for Asia Pacific at Citi Private Bank, discusses the volatility in markets and the opportunities he sees amid the coronavirus outbreak.
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Investors in Asia Are Pricing in Moderate Stimulus: Fidelity's Samant

Investors in Asia Are Pricing in Moderate Stimulus: Fidelity's Samant

Medha Samant, director of investment at Fidelity International, discusses the momentum in Asian markets and where she's finding opportunity.
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Coronavirus Will Be High Impact, But Short-Lived: Oxford Economics's Kuijs

Coronavirus Will Be High Impact, But Short-Lived: Oxford Economics's Kuijs

Louis Kuijs, head of Asia economics at Oxford Economics, discusses the spread of the coronavirus and its impact on China's economy as well as the global economy.
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Credit Suisse Looking at Beaten-Down Stocks Amid Virus Outbreak

Credit Suisse Looking at Beaten-Down Stocks Amid Virus Outbreak

Dan Fineman, co-head of equity strategy for Asia Pacific at Credit Suisse Group AG, discusses the opportunities he sees in the region's stock markets amid the coronavirus outbreak.
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China Says Coronavirus Cases Rise to 70,548, Deaths Hit 1,770

China Says Coronavirus Cases Rise to 70,548, Deaths Hit 1,770

China said the death toll from the coronavirus rose to 1,770, while the province at the epicenter of the outbreak reported 1,933 new cases. Meanwhile, Hong Kong is facing "tsunami-like" shocks, and may incur a record budget deficit in the next fis...
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China Won't Rush to Ease Policies, Economist Says

China Won't Rush to Ease Policies, Economist Says

Zhang Zhiwei, chief economist at Pinpoint Asset Management, discusses how the coronavirus outbreak is affecting China's economy and policies.
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Deeper OPEC Cuts Would Take Oil Back Above $60: Vanda Insights

Deeper OPEC Cuts Would Take Oil Back Above $60: Vanda Insights

Vandana Hari, founder of Vanda Insights, discusses the spread of coronavirus and how it could impact the oil market.
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China's Hubei Province Reports 1,933 New Cases

China's Hubei Province Reports 1,933 New Cases

The province at the center of the coronavirus outbreak has reported just under 2,000 new cases, breaking a downward trend in infections. That's after China vows more fiscal stimulus measures to counter the epidemic.
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Assessing the Health of Japan's Economy

Assessing the Health of Japan's Economy

Jesper Koll, chief executive officer of WisdomTree Japan, talks about the economy, the impact of the coronavirus outbreak and policies. The economy shrank by the most in more than five years last quarter, fueling recession concerns as the widening...
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Lack of Reforms Is Hurting Global Economy: IMF MD

Lack of Reforms Is Hurting Global Economy: IMF MD

IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva says the monetary policy space is shrinking and that a lack of reforms is hurting the global economy. This in conversation with Bloomberg's Yousef Gamal El-Din in Dubai.
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Alibaba, Tencent Favored, Antipodes Partners Says

Alibaba, Tencent Favored, Antipodes Partners Says

Sunny Bangia, portfolio manger at Antipodes Partners, discusses how the coronavirus outbreak is affecting the Chinese economy, and the opportunities he sees in China's e-commerce companies.
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Woodside CEO: U.S. LNG Sellers May Cut Volumes if Low Prices Persist

Woodside CEO: U.S. LNG Sellers May Cut Volumes if Low Prices Persist

Peter Coleman, chief executive officer and managing director of Woodside Petroleum Ltd., discusses how the coronavirus outbreak is affecting the company and the demand outlook for liquefied natural gas.
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JPMorgan AM Added a Lot of EM Debt to Portfolios: Michele

JPMorgan AM Added a Lot of EM Debt to Portfolios: Michele

Bob Michele, chief investment officer and head of global fixed income, currency and commodities at JPMorgan Asset Management, talks about central banks' policies, bonds and currencies.
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China Vows More Fiscal Support as Virus Roils Economy

China Vows More Fiscal Support as Virus Roils Economy

China pledged to roll out more effective stimulus as the novel coronavirus hits an already slowing economy. China has 68,500 total cases and 1,665 deaths. The global infection total is nearing 70,000.
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U.S. Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette at Munich Security Conference

U.S. Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette at Munich Security Conference

Dan Brouillette, Secretary of the U.S. Department of Energy, discusses OPEC's upcoming meeting, coronavirus, Libya, Iran, global energy demands, carbon emissions, nuclear energy and uranium reserves, and U.S. opposition to the Nord Stream 2 pipeline.
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Will the Sprint/T-Mobile Deal Ever Be Finished?

Will the Sprint/T-Mobile Deal Ever Be Finished?

Deutsche Telekom AG wants to renegotiate the terms for the sale of Sprint Corp. to its U.S. wireless unit T-Mobile US Inc., according to people familiar with the matter.
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Justice Department Hits Huawei With Racketeering Charges

Justice Department Hits Huawei With Racketeering Charges

The U.S. raised the stakes in its battle with Huawei Technologies Co., using a law historically associated with prosecuting mafia figures to claim the Chinese company engaged in decades of intellectual property theft.
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Fiscal Policy Must Do Its Part for Income Growth: Amarnath

Fiscal Policy Must Do Its Part for Income Growth: Amarnath

Skanda Amarnath, Employ America Director of Research, presses the need for fiscal policy support and presents his proposal for the Fed's ongoing framework review: putting a floor under employment and wage growth.
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Alphabet Likely to Be Next Target of FTC, Says Ives

Alphabet Likely to Be Next Target of FTC, Says Ives

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission just ordered major technology companies to fork over details on waves of small acquisitions made during the last decade.
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World Oil To See Lower Demand than Anticipated from Coronavirus: Yergin

World Oil To See Lower Demand than Anticipated from Coronavirus: Yergin

Daniel Yergin, IHS Markit Vice Chairman, looks at how a slowdown in the Chinese economy due to the coronavirus is impacting the global oil market.
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Climate-Related Investment Will Produce Higher Returns: Beschloss

Climate-Related Investment Will Produce Higher Returns: Beschloss

Afsaneh Beschloss of RockCreek Group and Steve Rattner of Willett Advisors debate the viability of climate initiatives, such as Marc Benioff's suggestion to the Trump Administration to plant one trillion trees. They weigh the importance of shiftin...
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Which Presidential Candidate is Best for the Stock Market?

Which Presidential Candidate is Best for the Stock Market?

Afsaneh Beschloss of RockCreek Group and Steve Rattner of Willett Advisors discuss their 2020 outlooks and predict the presidential candidates that markets will be happiest with.
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Caught my Eye: Newspaper Giant McClatchy Files for Bankruptcy

Caught my Eye: Newspaper Giant McClatchy Files for Bankruptcy

Afsaneh Beschloss of RockCreek Group and Steve Rattner of Willett Advisors reflect on the state of print newspapers after the second-biggest local newspaper chain in the U.S. filed for bankruptcy.
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Fresh Cases Emerge as Coronavirus Worries Linger for Investors

Fresh Cases Emerge as Coronavirus Worries Linger for Investors

Afsaneh Beschloss, RockCreek Group chief executive officer and Steve Rattner, Willett Advisors Chairman & chief executive officer, discuss the investor view of the long-term impact of coronavirus.
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On Fed Alert

On Fed Alert

Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro sat down with Academy's Peter Tchir, Winnie Cisar of Wells Fargo and BlackRock's Jim Keenan to preview the week ahead including a slew of Fed speak and the minutes of the FOMC's January meeting.
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Adopting a Low (Yielding) Profile

Adopting a Low (Yielding) Profile

Where do investors run when a global virus strikes? The answer is bonds. The coronavirus has helped to reignite a rally in bonds, which had slowed in recent months as trade tensions between the U.S. and China cooled. Sovereign debt from the U.S. t...
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Carpe EM?

Carpe EM?

Emerging-market local-currency bonds have been resilient despite the coronavirus outbreak. Central banks have been quick to act to the virus threat, with Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines cutting interest rates, and Singapore and Indonesia pr...
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Instructure Accepts Increased Takeover Offer From Thoma Bravo

Instructure Accepts Increased Takeover Offer From Thoma Bravo

Educational software company Instructure Inc. has accepted an increased takeover offer from Thoma Bravo. The private equity firm boosted its offer to $49 per share in cash, from an earlier proposal of $47.60 per share, Instructure said in a filing.
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The Rise of Thematic ETFS

The Rise of Thematic ETFS

Wei Li, head of iShares EMEA investment strategy at BlackRock, discusses the rise of thematic ETFs.
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Credit Suisse Gets Back in the ETF Game

Credit Suisse Gets Back in the ETF Game

Wei Li, head of iShares EMEA investment strategy at BlackRock, and Bloomberg Intelligence's Athanasios Psarofagis discuss Credit Suisse's return to the exchange-traded fund game and competition in Europe's ETF market.
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Yemen's Foreign Minister Says They Want Peace With Houthi Rebels Now

Yemen's Foreign Minister Says They Want Peace With Houthi Rebels Now

Yemen Foreign Minister Mohammed Al-Hadhrami discusses the government's desire for peace with Houthi rebels and his views on tensions with Iran. He speaks to Bloomberg's Matt Miller from the Munich Security Conference.
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Renault Acting CEO Says Some Plants Could Close due to Coronavirus

Renault Acting CEO Says Some Plants Could Close due to Coronavirus

Clotilde Delbos, Renault acting chief executive officer, says the French carmaker would consider asset sales and plant closures as part of a cost-cutting plan. She says plants in China have closed due to the coronavirus. She spoke to Bloomberg's C...
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Coronavirus: A Cell Biologist Explains How a Virus Mutates and Spreads

Coronavirus: A Cell Biologist Explains How a Virus Mutates and Spreads

Jennifer Rohn, cell biologist at the University of London, offers insight into the spreading and mutation of viruses amid global concern about the coronavirus.
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Fed's Mester on U.S. Economy, Coronavirus Risk and Rates

Fed's Mester on U.S. Economy, Coronavirus Risk and Rates

Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland President Loretta Mester discusses the current state of the U.S. economy, the threat posed by the coronavirus outbreak and the outlook for monetary policy with Bloomberg's Mike McKee on "Balance of Power."
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Banks Not Moving Enough Client Business to EU Hubs: BaFin

Banks Not Moving Enough Client Business to EU Hubs: BaFin

Banks have done far more than 80% of the work needed to deal with Brexit from a legal and technical standpoint, says Bafin President Felix Hufeld. But when it comes to moving client business to their EU hubs, they are, on average, less than a thir...
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Fed's Mester Says Economic Fundamentals Are Good, Virus Is a New Risk

Fed's Mester Says Economic Fundamentals Are Good, Virus Is a New Risk

Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland President Loretta Mester comments on the current state of the U.S. economy, the threat posed by the coronavirus outbreak and the outlook for monetary policy during an interview with Bloomberg's Mike McKee on "Bala...
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Germany Is at Epicenter of Global Manufacturing Recession: Armstrong

Germany Is at Epicenter of Global Manufacturing Recession: Armstrong

Patrick Armstrong, chief investment officer at Plurimi Wealth, discusses fourth-quarter economic growth in Germany.
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Upward Movement in Markets Coming to End: Beschloss

Upward Movement in Markets Coming to End: Beschloss

Afsaneh Beschloss, RockCreek Group chief executive officer, says upward movement in the markets is coming to an end. She says the next 10 years for investors will be tough.
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Chinese Oil Demand Is Dropping, Says Daniel Yergin

Chinese Oil Demand Is Dropping, Says Daniel Yergin

Daniel Yergin, IHS Markit vice chairman, looks at how a slowdown in the Chinese economy due to the coronavirus is impacting the global oil market.
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Economic Consequences of Coronavirus Are Severe, Oxford's Magnus Warns

Economic Consequences of Coronavirus Are Severe, Oxford's Magnus Warns

George Magnus, Oxford University China Centre associate, discusses the economic risk to China posed by the coronavirus outbreak.
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Turning Trump's Call for a Uranium Stockpile in to an ETF Play

Turning Trump's Call for a Uranium Stockpile in to an ETF Play

President Donald Trump included a line item in his recent budget proposal for the creation of a strategic uranium reserve.
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Rates and Retail Sentiment Will Put a Bid Under Stocks, Horizon's Ladner Says

Rates and Retail Sentiment Will Put a Bid Under Stocks, Horizon's Ladner Says

Scott Ladner, Horizon Investments chief investment officer, discusses the outlook for U.S.
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U.S. Retail Sales Rise for Fourth Straight Month in January

U.S. Retail Sales Rise for Fourth Straight Month in January

Liz Young, director of market strategy at BNY Mellon Investment Management, and Neil Dwane, global strategist at Allianz Global Investors, examine U.S. retail sales for January.
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How Will Tesla Fare in an Increasingly Competitive EV Market?

How Will Tesla Fare in an Increasingly Competitive EV Market?

Neil Dwane, Allianz Global Investors global strategist, and Bloomberg's Colin McKerracher discuss Tesla Inc.
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Market May Have Given Up on a Strong Dollar View: Rabobank's Foley

Market May Have Given Up on a Strong Dollar View: Rabobank's Foley

Jane Foley, head of FX strategy at Rabobank, examines the currency market and how investors view the U.S. dollar.
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Six Ways to Spend Your Bonus Check

Six Ways to Spend Your Bonus Check

Bloomberg Pursuits Editor Chris Rovzar talks about how you can spend your bonus check this year.
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