Why Cows, Steel and Cement Pollute So Much (and How to Fix It)

Why Cows, Steel and Cement Pollute So Much (and How to Fix It)

The scope of decarbonization isn't just limited to power generation and transportation. The approach extends to industries including steel, cattle and cement manufacturing. All will require major change in order to slow global warming.
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China Weighs Extending Electric Vehicle Subsidies

China Weighs Extending Electric Vehicle Subsidies

Sources are telling Bloomberg that China is considering a range of measures to revive sales of electric vehicles which saw their first annual sales decline last year.
UniCredit CEO Said in Talks With HSBC

UniCredit CEO Said in Talks With HSBC

UniCredit SpA CEO Jean Pierre Mustier has emerged as one of the main external candidates for the top job at HSBC. Sources tell Bloomberg the French executive has been in talks with the bank, but HSBC's board is said to remain undecided.
China's Developing Neighbors Seen as Most at Risk From Virus Outbreak

China's Developing Neighbors Seen as Most at Risk From Virus Outbreak

As the coronavirus continues to spread beyond China, concerns are being raised about its less developed neighbors and their ability to deal with a public health crisis. Mongolia has been singled out in particular by Fitch Ratings because of its 5,...
Risks Look Skewed to the Downside in Asia: Oreana's CIO

Risks Look Skewed to the Downside in Asia: Oreana's CIO

Isaac Poole, chief investment officer at Oreana Financial Services, discusses his outlook for Asian markets.
Hubei Reports 411 New Coronavirus Cases

Hubei Reports 411 New Coronavirus Cases

Hubei Province in China has reported 411 new cases and 115 fatalities, a slight uptick from the day before. That comes as concerns grow over the pace of infections and deaths outside of China.
Australian Wine Faces Toughest Year

Australian Wine Faces Toughest Year

Australia's wine industry is facing its toughest year in memory thanks to the effects of the bushfires and drought.
Virus Will Set Back South Korea's Recovery This Year: S&P Global Ratings

Virus Will Set Back South Korea's Recovery This Year: S&P Global Ratings

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Breaking Down Singapore Bank Earnings

Breaking Down Singapore Bank Earnings

Krishna Guha, equity analyst at Jefferies, discusses Singapore bank earnings and his outlook for the sector.
Equality in Silicon Valley

Equality in Silicon Valley

Abby Adlerman, chief executive officer at Boardspan, discusses diversity on boards in Silicon Valley, the challenges facing the tech sector and what she thinks could solve some of the issues.
IATA CEO on First Annual Decline in Global Passenger Demand

IATA CEO on First Annual Decline in Global Passenger Demand

The airline industry expects the first annual decline in global passenger demand in over a decade, after tallying up the initial impact of the thousands of flights canceled because of the coronavirus outbreak. The International Air Transport Assoc...
Digital Asset Plans to Expand Into New Industries, CEO Says

Digital Asset Plans to Expand Into New Industries, CEO Says

Yuval Rooz, Digital Asset Holdings chief executive officer, discusses his company's outlook on "Bloomberg Markets."
World Health Organization Calls for Nations to Boost Funding in Coronavirus Fight

World Health Organization Calls for Nations to Boost Funding in Coronavirus Fight

The head of the World Health Organization called for nations around the globe to boost funding to fight the coronavirus while the outbreak is still mostly confined to China, and the airline industry forecast the first annual decline in global pass...
Lucid Motors Can Coexist with Tesla, Need to Raise More Funding: CEO Rawlinson

Lucid Motors Can Coexist with Tesla, Need to Raise More Funding: CEO Rawlinson

On "Bloomberg Commodities Edge", Bloomberg's Alix Steel talks with Peter Rawlinson, CEO and CTO of Lucid Motors, the electric-car startup funded by Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund. Rawlinson says the company's pre-production Air sedan with a ...
There is a 'Big Slug' of Production Growth Coming: Parsley CEO

There is a 'Big Slug' of Production Growth Coming: Parsley CEO

In this week's "Commodity-In-Chief" on "Bloomberg Commodities Edge", Bloomberg's Alix Steel talks with Parsley Energy CEO Matt Gallagher. This week Parsley Energy reported adjusted earnings per share for the fourth quarter that missed the average ...
Wells Fargo's Mike Mayo on Morgan Stanley Agreement To Buy E*Trade

Wells Fargo's Mike Mayo on Morgan Stanley Agreement To Buy E*Trade

Mike Mayo, Wells Fargo securities senior analyst, discusses Morgan Stanley's agreement to buy E*Trade for $13 Billion.
Asian Airlines Facing $27.8 Billion Revenue Loss from Virus, IATA CEO Says

Asian Airlines Facing $27.8 Billion Revenue Loss from Virus, IATA CEO Says

Alexandre de Juniac, chief executive officer and director general of the International Air Transport Association, discusses the financial impact to passenger airlines due to the coronavirus outbreak in China. He speaks with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn o...
BNEF Brief: Reforms for Grid Operator PJM

BNEF Brief: Reforms for Grid Operator PJM

Grid operator PJM Interconnection was granted a rehearing of the federal agency's Dec. 19 ruling on a capacity market that some states and environmental groups opposed. PJM wants changes to the order to give states more leeway to meet their own cl...
Allianz's Mona Mahajanl on Coronavirus Impact on The Markets

Allianz's Mona Mahajanl on Coronavirus Impact on The Markets

Mona Mahajan, Allianz director and U.S. investment strategist discusses the impact of coronavirus on the markets.
Pioneer Joins Permian Oil Dividend Party As Exxon 'Gets It Wrong'

Pioneer Joins Permian Oil Dividend Party As Exxon 'Gets It Wrong'

Pioneer Natural Resources became the latest Permian oil producer to hike its dividend as shareholders push for better returns. Fellow shale oil producers Concho Resources, Diamondback Energy, Devon Energy and Parsley Energy also increased their di...
Democratic Debate Was Disappointing, Says Former DNC Chairman

Democratic Debate Was Disappointing, Says Former DNC Chairman

Former Pennsylvania Governor and former Democratic National Committee Chairman Ed Rendell discusses the ninth democratic debate.
China Stimulus Response to Virus Won't Be Very Effective, Eswar Prasad Says

China Stimulus Response to Virus Won't Be Very Effective, Eswar Prasad Says

Eswar Prasad, Cornell University professor of economics and Brookings Institution senior fellow, discusses the economic implications of the coronavirus outbreak with Bloomberg's Romaine Bostick and Joe Weisenthal on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
Victoria's Secret Goes Private in $1.1 Billion Sycamore Deal

Victoria's Secret Goes Private in $1.1 Billion Sycamore Deal

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Why Virgin Galactic Shares Are Taking Off

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Virgin Galactic Holdings Inc. climbed as much as 8.2% to a record high, bucking calls from Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas, who said the stock is overdue for a "modest correction.
Bloomberg Says He's Against Redlining

Bloomberg Says He's Against Redlining

Mike Bloomberg says he is against redlining, a practice used to keep low-income and minority residents out of neighborhoods. Bloomberg is the founder and majority owner of Bloomberg LP, the parent company of Bloomberg News. He spoke at the Democra...