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.
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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.
2246 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.
1773 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.
840 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.
828 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.
3234 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.
1410 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.
410 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.
691 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.
181 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.
2350 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.
1146 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.
3 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 Surveillance - BNP Paribas Eyes U.K. Dividend Stocks If Brexit Clarity Emerges

BNP Paribas Eyes U.K. Dividend Stocks If Brexit Clarity Emerges

Edmund Shing, global head of equity derivative strategy at BNP Paribas, discusses investment opportunities in the U.K. if more clarity emerges on Brexit.
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Arkera's Patel Sees Pound Relief Rally to $1.35-$1.36

Arkera's Patel Sees Pound Relief Rally to $1.35-$1.36

Viraj Patel, FX and global macro strategist at Arkera, discusses the outlook for the pound amid Brexit uncertainty.
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Bloomberg Markets: European Open - France to Ban 'Risky' Protests in Yellow Vest Crack Down

France to Ban 'Risky' Protests in Yellow Vest Crack Down

The French government said it will strengthen security rules and potentially ban rallies in areas such as the Champs-Elysses in Paris following violent protests this past weekend.
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Bloomberg Markets: European Open - Europe Needs Higher Rates for Sustained Stocks Recovery, SocGen Says

Europe Needs Higher Rates for Sustained Stocks Recovery, SocGen Says

Kokou Agbo-Bloua, global head of flow strategy and solutions at Societe Generale, examines a rebound for European stocks and whether mergers can help the European banking industry.
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Antofagasta CEO Sees Copper Demand Growing in Emerging Markets

Antofagasta CEO Sees Copper Demand Growing in Emerging Markets

Ivan Arriagada, chief executive officer of Antofagasta Plc, discusses copper demand, 2019 guidance and whether the company is a takeover target.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - OPEC's Barkindo Says NOPEC Would Not Serve Best Interest of U.S.

OPEC's Barkindo Says NOPEC Would Not Serve Best Interest of U.S.

OPEC Secretary General Mohammad Barkindo talks about the meeting of the group and its partners held in Baku, Azerbaijan. A committee of OPEC+ agreed to go beyond their pledged supply curbs in the coming months. Barkindo also discusses the uncertai...
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National Oil Corp.'s Sanalla on Production, Output, Sharara Field, BP

National Oil Corp.'s Sanalla on Production, Output, Sharara Field, BP

Libya's crude production has surged after restarting its largest oil field earlier this month. National Oil Corp. Chairman Mustafa Sanalla says he sees further gains ahead as the nation works to raise output and foreign firms begin to show more in...
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Hong Kong's Weak Currency Is a Victim of Surging China Stocks

Hong Kong's Weak Currency Is a Victim of Surging China Stocks

The rally in Chinese stocks has been bad news for the Hong Kong dollar. Equity investors are selling the currency for the Chinese yuan and buying mainland shares through the stock trading connects, according to Ronald Man, a strategist at Bank of ...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Full Show (03/19/2019)

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Full Show (03/19/2019)

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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OPEC Is in Control of the Game, Says Al Ramz Capital's Shurrab

OPEC Is in Control of the Game, Says Al Ramz Capital's Shurrab

Marwan Shurrab, head of high net worth and retail equities at Al Ramz Capital, discusses OPEC's influence on oil, Saudi EM inclusion and the flow of foreign investors into the Saudi market.
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Bloomberg Markets: Middle East - Oreana Financial's Poole on Fed Policy, Market Expectations

Oreana Financial's Poole on Fed Policy, Market Expectations

Isaac Poole, chief investment officer at Oreana Financial Services, talks about Federal Reserve policy, the implications for financial markets and the U.S. economy. Former New York Fed President William Dudley said tightening may be 'back in play'...
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Libya's Oil Minister on Production, Output, Shahara Field, BP

Libya's Oil Minister on Production, Output, Shahara Field, BP

Libyan Oil Minister Mustafa Sanalla says the country has increased oil output by a third in the past three weeks. Its biggest oil field, the Sharara in southern Libya is currently pumping 260,000 barrels per day and the state-run National Oil Corp...
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Bloomberg Markets: Asia - Indian Billionaire Mukesh Ambani Bails Brother Out of Jail Trouble

Indian Billionaire Mukesh Ambani Bails Brother Out of Jail Trouble

Asia's richest man Mukesh Ambani has helped his younger brother avert a stint in jail, stepping in to make an $80 million payment for his sibling Anil whose telecom-to-infrastructure empire is struggling under the weight of debt.
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Bloomberg Markets: Asia - $60 a 'Reasonable Floor' for Oil, Vanda Insights Says

$60 a 'Reasonable Floor' for Oil, Vanda Insights Says

Vandana Hari, founder and chief executive officer of Vanda Insights, talks about oil production and prices. Oil held gains near the highest level this year after OPEC and its partners committed to continue production cuts until at least June.
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Bloomberg Markets: Asia - China Mobile, ANA Holdings Favored, Nomura's McCafferty Says

China Mobile, ANA Holdings Favored, Nomura's McCafferty Says

Jim McCafferty, head of equity research for Asia ex-Japan at Nomura, talks about regional stock markets.
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Bloomberg Markets: Asia - TGC's Lokapriya Sees Rally in India Continuing for Next Few Weeks

TGC's Lokapriya Sees Rally in India Continuing for Next Few Weeks

Chakri Lokapriya, managing director at TGC Asset Management, discusses India markets, foreign investment and his outlook for earnings.
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Bloomberg Markets: Asia - JPMorgan's Wolf Likes U.K. Domestic Equities

JPMorgan's Wolf Likes U.K. Domestic Equities

Alex Wolf, head of Asia investment strategy at JPMorgan Private Bank, discusses how he's positioning his portfolio for Brexit and for Fed policy.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Cooling of China Doesn't Mean Cooling of The Collective Asian Story, Khanna Says

Cooling of China Doesn't Mean Cooling of The Collective Asian Story, Khanna Says

Parag Khanna, managing partner of strategic advisory firm FutureMap and author of "The Future Is Asia," talks about the region's economies, Huawei Technologies Co., and the trade spat between China and the U.S..
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Bloomberg Markets: Asia - Boeing CEO: Software Update for Max 737s Soon

Boeing CEO: Software Update for Max 737s Soon

Boeing has written to airlines to confirm it's working on a software upgrade for the 737 Max, saying it should be released soon. CEO Denis Muilenburg adds that new pilot training should also address safety issues. Earlier, Boeing shares fell again...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Credit Suisse's Woods Sees Opportunities in China Insurers, Banks

Credit Suisse's Woods Sees Opportunities in China Insurers, Banks

John Woods, chief investment officer for Asia-Pacific at Credit Suisse, talks about emerging-market stocks, and the trade negotiations between the U.S. and China.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - South Korea's Moon Calls for Investigation Into K-Pop Scandal

South Korea's Moon Calls for Investigation Into K-Pop Scandal

South Korean President Moon Jae-in called for an investigation into a sex and corruption scandal involving Seoul's nightclubs after a K-Pop star underwent questioning last week about alleged links to prostitution.
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UBS's Hu Sees Room for Chinese Equities to Rise

UBS's Hu Sees Room for Chinese Equities to Rise

Yifan Hu, regional chief investment officer and chief China economist at UBS Global Wealth Management, discusses the rally in Chinese stocks, how the tax cut could boost earnings and her calls on put options.
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BlackRock's Swan Sees Opportunities in Asian Equities

BlackRock's Swan Sees Opportunities in Asian Equities

Andrew Swan, head of Asian and global emerging market equities at BlackRock, discusses the current state of markets, valuations in emerging markets and where he's finding opportunity.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Malaysia's Biggest Pension Fund Sees Opportunities Amid Uncertainties, CEO Says

Malaysia's Biggest Pension Fund Sees Opportunities Amid Uncertainties, CEO Says

Alizakri Alias, chief executive officer of Employees Provident Fund CEO, Malaysia's biggest pension fund with assets totaling about $203 billion, talks about the fund's investments in the U,.K, Latin America and its domestic market.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Trump Isn't Going to Get Rid of Tariffs, Says Mclarty Associates' Cunningham

Trump Isn't Going to Get Rid of Tariffs, Says Mclarty Associates' Cunningham

Nelson W. Cunningham, president and co-founder of Mclarty Associates, discusses the U.S.-China trade negotiations, how negotiations could impact markets and if he sees tariffs remaining as a key to the negotiations.
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Bloomberg Technology - Former EA CEO Riccitiello on the Latest Trends in Gaming

Former EA CEO Riccitiello on the Latest Trends in Gaming

John Riccitiello, Unity Technology chief executive officer and former Electronic Arts chief executive officer, discusses the latest trends in the global gaming market with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Pessimism Grows Over BOJ's 2% Inflation Target

Pessimism Grows Over BOJ's 2% Inflation Target

The BOJ's long pursuit of 2% inflation has left some policy makers thinking that that level will remain out of reach for at least three years. Sources inside the bank say pessimism is growing as Governor Kuroda and his team prepare for next month'...
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China's Netflix Hopes to Launch New Short Video App in 2020

China's Netflix Hopes to Launch New Short Video App in 2020

iQiyi, China's top Netflix-style streaming service, is angling to launch a new short video app by the end of 2020 to compete for a piece of the latest fad in the world's largest consumer market. CEO Yu Gong detailed his plans in an exclusive inter...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - QMA's Campbell Expects More Gains in Equities Long-Term

QMA's Campbell Expects More Gains in Equities Long-Term

Edward Campbell, portfolio manager at QMA, discusses equity valuations, financial conditions in the U.S. and where he's finding opportunity.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - U.S.'s Stance on Iran and Venezuela to Affect OPEC Policy, Nasdaq's Essner Says

U.S.'s Stance on Iran and Venezuela to Affect OPEC Policy, Nasdaq's Essner Says

Tamar Essner, director of energy and utilities at Nasdaq, talks about oil output of OPEC and its allies, and U.S. shale production. Oil closed at its highest yet this year as Saudi Arabia led fellow members of the OPEC+ coalition to reaffirm their...
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Bloomberg Technology - Dropbox Is Helping to Create a 'More Enlightened' Way to Work, VP Nash Says

Dropbox Is Helping to Create a 'More Enlightened' Way to Work, VP Nash Says

Adam Nash, Dropbox Inc. vice president of product, discusses the digital workspace landscape with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Australia's WAAAX Stocks Outperforming U.S.'s FAANG, China's BAT

Australia's WAAAX Stocks Outperforming U.S.'s FAANG, China's BAT

In the U.S. there's FAANG and in Asia, it's BAT. Down Under, a burgeoning tech sector has its own five-letter acronym: WAAAX. Shares of a group of Australia's better known technology stocks have outperformed their China and U.S. peers.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Ramelius Resources Always Looking at M&A Opportunities, CEO Says

Ramelius Resources Always Looking at M&A Opportunities, CEO Says

Mark Zeptner, chief executive officer and managing director of Ramelius Resources Ltd., an Australian gold miner, talks about the company's business strategy, outlook and the metal's pries. Ramelius shares are up 58 percent this year.
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Bloomberg Technology - Texas AG Paxton Says He's Looking Into 'Broad Range of Companies' That Control Tech

Texas AG Paxton Says He's Looking Into 'Broad Range of Companies' That Control Tech

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton discusses the antitrust concerns surrounding Google's business practices.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Saudi Wins Commitment to Oil Curbs

Saudi Wins Commitment to Oil Curbs

Oil hit its highest level this year as Saudi Arabia convinced the other members of OPEC+ to reaffirm their commitment to output cuts, saying they all plan to stick to the plan until at least June.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - U.S. Agriculture Secretary Perdue on Trade Talks With China, Japan, EU

U.S. Agriculture Secretary Perdue on Trade Talks With China, Japan, EU

U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue talks about the trade negotiations with China, Japan and the European Union.
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Fed Tightening Might Be 'Back in Play' Later This Year, Ex-NY Fed President Dudley Says

Fed Tightening Might Be 'Back in Play' Later This Year, Ex-NY Fed President Dudley Says

Former Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William Dudley discusses the outlook for Fed policy with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu and Caroline Hyde on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
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Bloomberg Technology - Building a Successful Sports League Means a Lot of Partners, Activision Esports CEO Says

Building a Successful Sports League Means a Lot of Partners, Activision Esports CEO Says

Pete Vlastelica, Activision Blizzard Esports chief executive officer, discusses the company's city-based esports model with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu at the Bloomberg Business of Sports Luncheon in New York on "Bloomberg Technology."
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Bloomberg Technology - Apple Debuts Mid-Tier IPad With Larger Screen and New iPad Mini

Apple Debuts Mid-Tier IPad With Larger Screen and New iPad Mini

Apple Inc. debuted a new mid-tier iPad with a larger screen and introduced the first iPad mini update since 2015. The company debuted a new iPad Air with a 10.5-inch screen, bringing back a model that was phased out when Apple launched the iPad Pr...
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Bloomberg Technology - Live Video Proving to Be Problematic for Social Media, Author Hosanagar Says

Live Video Proving to Be Problematic for Social Media, Author Hosanagar Says

Kartik Hosanagar, author of "A Human's Guide to Machine Intelligence," discusses the struggles of social media platforms to control content and prevent violence from being livestreamed.
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Oil Prices and Global Economy Are in a Good Spot, Cornerstone's Stuart Says

Oil Prices and Global Economy Are in a Good Spot, Cornerstone's Stuart Says

Jan Stuart, Cornerstone Macro global energy economist, discusses the outlook for OPEC production and oil prices with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde, Romaine Bostick and Joe Weisenthal on "Bloomberg Markets: What'd You Miss?"
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Bloomberg Market Wrap 3/18: Microsoft Jumps, Energy Stocks, Retail Investors

Bloomberg Market Wrap 3/18: Microsoft Jumps, Energy Stocks, Retail Investors

Bloomberg market reporters take a deep dive into all of today's action.
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S&P 500 May Be Poised to Carve Out a New All-Time High

S&P 500 May Be Poised to Carve Out a New All-Time High

On this edition of "Options Insight," Bloomberg's Greg Bender examines the recent performance of financial markets with Bloomberg's Abigail Doolittle on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
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Canadian Dollar Could Fall Back to Record Low, Fidelity's Wolf Says

Canadian Dollar Could Fall Back to Record Low, Fidelity's Wolf Says

David Wolf, Fidelity Investments' portfolio manager, global asset allocation group, and former adviser to the Governor of the Bank of Canada, says the economy may already be in recession and the Canadian dollar could eventually sink back to its re...
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Stars Align for a Rally in Emerging-Market Debt

Stars Align for a Rally in Emerging-Market Debt

The pieces are falling into place for a rally in emerging-market debt. After trailing behind equities this year, bonds are gaining momentum. The Bloomberg Barclays emerging-market local-currency bond index is approaching the record high it reached...
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DraftKings CEO Sees Strong Appetite for Legalized Sports Betting

DraftKings CEO Sees Strong Appetite for Legalized Sports Betting

Jason Robins, DraftKings chief executive officer, discusses the state of sports betting with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu and Caroline Hyde on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
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Bloomberg Markets - 49ers President Guido on Fan Data and Recruiting Students

49ers President Guido on Fan Data and Recruiting Students

Al Guido, San Francisco 49ers president, discusses college sports programs, leveraging fan data and the recent college admissions scandal with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu at the Bloomberg Business of Sports Luncheon in New York on "Bloomberg Markets."
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Harding Rewrites Winton's Quant Playbook in Search for Returns

Harding Rewrites Winton's Quant Playbook in Search for Returns

David Harding was a pioneer in quantitative investing. He built some of the first algorithms and started two hedge funds that generated double-digit returns for decades. Today, Harding is as certain as ever that he'll find profitable new trades by...
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