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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
Lam: Any Act that Advocates Hong Kong's Independence Will Not Be Tolerated

Lam: Any Act that Advocates Hong Kong's Independence Will Not Be Tolerated

Hong Kong Executive Carrie Lam delivers her policy address by Video after her address was interrupted twice.
Bloomberg
Lawmakers Interrupt Lam Policy Speech in Hong Kong Legislature

Lawmakers Interrupt Lam Policy Speech in Hong Kong Legislature

Hong Kong opposition lawmakers interrupted Chief Executive Carrie Lam's annual policy address on Wednesday, forcing the legislature to be suspended. Lam immediately left the building and the government announced she would deliver the address via v...
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Hong Kong Legco Adjourns Meeting After Lam's Speech Interrupted

Hong Kong Legco Adjourns Meeting After Lam's Speech Interrupted

Carrie Lam was about to begin her policy address, but was interrupted twice by protests coming from pro-democracy members of the Legislative Council. Bloomberg's Sophie Kamaruddin reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia.
Bloomberg
Very Little Can Be Done to Placate Protesters, Says State Street's Evans

Very Little Can Be Done to Placate Protesters, Says State Street's Evans

Dwyfor Evans, managing director and head of Asia-Pacific macro strategy at State Street Global Markets, discusses the protests in Hong Kong, the tensions that are still building and his outlook for Hong Kong.
Bloomberg
CEB International's Lam Likes China Domestic Demand Stocks, Chinese Autos

CEB International's Lam Likes China Domestic Demand Stocks, Chinese Autos

Banny Lam, head of research at CEB International Investment Corp., discusses earnings season in China, the markets and where he's finding opportunity.
Bloomberg
This Is an Opportunity for a New Direction for Hong Kong, Says Green Common's CEO

This Is an Opportunity for a New Direction for Hong Kong, Says Green Common's CEO

David Yeung, founder and chief executive officer at Green Common, discusses the protests in Hong Kong and how they are impacting business.
Bloomberg
There Is an Opening for Further Cuts From BOK, Says Moody's Cochrane

There Is an Opening for Further Cuts From BOK, Says Moody's Cochrane

Steven Cochrane, chief APAC economist at Moody's Analytics, discusses the Bank of Korea's monetary policy, global growth, the labor market and his outlook for China's economy.
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Hong Kong Is Offering Some Very Attractive Opportunities, Says Principal Global's West

Hong Kong Is Offering Some Very Attractive Opportunities, Says Principal Global's West

Kirk West, executive director at Principal Global Investors, Hong Kong's markets, the economy and the protests.
Bloomberg
Hong Kong Bill Will Pass in the Senate, Says Rep. Chris Smith

Hong Kong Bill Will Pass in the Senate, Says Rep. Chris Smith

Representative Chris Smith, a Republican from New Jersey, discusses the U.S. House passing a bill aimed at supporting Hong Kong's pro-democracy protesters, the threat of retaliation from China and what this means for Hong Kong's special status.
Bloomberg
Fiscal Policy Will Be More Effective Tool for Growth, Says Morgan Stanley's Tan

Fiscal Policy Will Be More Effective Tool for Growth, Says Morgan Stanley's Tan

Deyi Tan, Asia economist at Morgan Stanley, discusses global growth and what is going to drive the recovery.
Bloomberg
U.S.-China Concessions Not Enough to Remove Uncertainty, Says Saxo Capital's Creagh

U.S.-China Concessions Not Enough to Remove Uncertainty, Says Saxo Capital's Creagh

Eleanor Creagh, strategist at Saxo Capital Markets, discusses Japanese equities, the U.S.-China trade talks and her outlook for the Chinese economy.
Bloomberg
Carrie Lam to Present Policy Speech as Hong Kong Braces for Recession

Carrie Lam to Present Policy Speech as Hong Kong Braces for Recession

Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam will present her annual policy address as the city's most serious political crisis in decades has put the economy on the brink of recession.
Bloomberg
China Will Keep Hong Kong Bill Separate from Trade talks, Says HKUST's Zweig

China Will Keep Hong Kong Bill Separate from Trade talks, Says HKUST's Zweig

David Zweig, director of Center on China's Transnational Relations and professor emeritus at The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, discusses China's threats of retaliation if the U.S. passes the bill aimed at supporting Hong Kong's p...
Bloomberg
China Threatens Retaliation if U.S. Passes Hong Kong Bill

China Threatens Retaliation if U.S. Passes Hong Kong Bill

China is threatening to retaliate against the U.S. after the House passed a bill aimed at supporting the city's pro-democracy protesters.
Bloomberg
The Euro Zone Crisis: 10 Years Later

The Euro Zone Crisis: 10 Years Later

It's been 10 years since the Greek government announced its economy was in serious trouble, with Prime Minister George Papandreou saying the nation faced 'unprecedented fiscal derailment'. The Euro Zone debt crisis followed. Bloomberg takes a look...
Bloomberg
Fiscal Policy Will Be More Effective Tool for Growth, Says Morgan Stansley's Tan

Fiscal Policy Will Be More Effective Tool for Growth, Says Morgan Stansley's Tan

Deyi Tan, Asia economist at Morgan Stanley, discusses global growth and what is going to drive the recovery.
Bloomberg
Northern Trust's 5 Year Outlook: the Forces Shaping the Landscape

Northern Trust's 5 Year Outlook: the Forces Shaping the Landscape

Bob Browne, chief investment officer at Northern Trust, discusses the company's five year outlook on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
Bloomberg
Northern Trust's CIO Likes U.S. Equities, Global REITs, Global-Listed Infrastructure

Northern Trust's CIO Likes U.S. Equities, Global REITs, Global-Listed Infrastructure

Bob Browne, chief investment officer at Northern Trust, discusses the current state of markets and where he's finding opportunity.
Bloomberg
Retail Veteran Ron Johnson Says Disruption From Online Shopping Is Over

Retail Veteran Ron Johnson Says Disruption From Online Shopping Is Over

Enjoy Chief Executive Officer Ron Johnson, former J.C. Penney Co. chief executive officer and former Apple Inc.
Bloomberg
Billionaires Could Face Tax Rates Up to 97.5% Under Sanders

Billionaires Could Face Tax Rates Up to 97.5% Under Sanders

Billionaires may have much more to fear from a Bernie Sanders presidency than they do from an Elizabeth Warren administration, according to two economists advising both candidates. Bloomberg's Laura Davison and Lisa Abramowicz discuss the wealth t...
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Why More Tech Entrepreneurs Are Demanding Prenups

Why More Tech Entrepreneurs Are Demanding Prenups

In Silicon Valley, where penniless programmers fervently believe their ideas are worth billions, getting rich can take priority over getting married. California law assumes that any wealth created during a marriage is community property, which sho...
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Waypoint CEO: A Crash Isn't Coming to U.S. Housing

Waypoint CEO: A Crash Isn't Coming to U.S. Housing

Scott Lawlor, founder and CEO of Waypoint Real Estate Investments, speaks with Bloomberg's Lisa Abramowicz on "Bloomberg Money Undercover" about the health of the U.S.
Bloomberg
Direct Lending Fundraising Comes out of the 'Shadows' As Private Debt Booms

Direct Lending Fundraising Comes out of the 'Shadows' As Private Debt Booms

Direct lending, once the purview of mainly banks, has been attracting institutional capital in recent years as investors reach for yield in a low interest-rate environment. In 2010, direct lending raised less than $10 billion for the entire year v...
Bloomberg
Wells Fargo Is Well Positioned But Has Work to Do on the Cost Side, CFO Says

Wells Fargo Is Well Positioned But Has Work to Do on the Cost Side, CFO Says

John Shrewsberry, Wells Fargo & Co. chief financial officer, discusses the bank's third-quarter earnings and legal expenses with Bloomberg's Romaine Bostick, Joe Weisenthal and Caroline Hyde on "Bloomberg Markets: What'd You Miss?"
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Market Wrap 10/15: S&P 500 Bulls, Chip Stocks, Bloomin' Brands

Bloomberg Market Wrap 10/15: S&P 500 Bulls, Chip Stocks, Bloomin' Brands

Bloomberg market reporters take a deep dive into all of today's action.
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Berkeley's Zucman on Inequality and the Case For Adopting a Wealth Tax

Berkeley's Zucman on Inequality and the Case For Adopting a Wealth Tax

Gabriel Zucman, UC Berkeley associate professor of economics and co-author of the book, "The Triumph of Injustice: How the Rich Dodge Taxes and How to Make Them Pay," discusses income inequality and the impact of a wealth tax.
Bloomberg
Tata Is Seeking Partnerships Amid Challenged Auto Industry, Chairman Chandrasekaran Says

Tata Is Seeking Partnerships Amid Challenged Auto Industry, Chairman Chandrasekaran Says

Natarajan Chandrasekaran, Tata Sons Ltd. executive chairman, discusses the state of the global auto industry, the company's partnership strategy and the prospects for Jaguar Land Rover with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde and Scarlet Fu on "Bloomberg Ma...
Bloomberg
Ash Carter on Abandoning the Kurds, Turkey

Ash Carter on Abandoning the Kurds, Turkey

Former U.S. Defense Secretary and, "Inside the Five-Sided Box" author Ash Carter discusses the recent upheaval in Syria with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Balance of Power."
Bloomberg
Rising Trade Tensions Are the New Normal, Tata's Chandrasekaran Says

Rising Trade Tensions Are the New Normal, Tata's Chandrasekaran Says

Natarajan Chandrasekaran, Tata Sons Ltd. executive chairman, discusses the International Monetary Fund's global forecast with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde and Scarlet Fu on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
Bloomberg
Ivy Ross, Google Products VP of Design on Pixel 4, Sustainability Initiatives

Ivy Ross, Google Products VP of Design on Pixel 4, Sustainability Initiatives

Ivy Ross, Google Products VP of Design talks with Bloomberg's Taylor Riggs about the launch of the new Pixel 4, Google's philosophy in product design and Sustainability Initiatives.
Bloomberg
Star Manager Hasenstab's Fund Loses $3 Billion in Rocky Quarter

Star Manager Hasenstab's Fund Loses $3 Billion in Rocky Quarter

Franklin Templeton's flagship Global Bond Fund lost $3 billion in the third quarter as two of its biggest investments soured.
Bloomberg
Sprott CEO Says Gold Pullback Not Surprising, Sees Trouble Ahead for Economy

Sprott CEO Says Gold Pullback Not Surprising, Sees Trouble Ahead for Economy

Peter Grosskopf, Sprott Inc. chief executive officer, discusses the outlook for gold and the economy with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and Amanda Lang on "Bloomberg Markets."
Bloomberg
Mishkin Disagrees With Bullard, Says Fed Should Hold Off on Rate Cuts Because Economy Is Strong

Mishkin Disagrees With Bullard, Says Fed Should Hold Off on Rate Cuts Because Economy Is Strong

Frederic Mishkin, Columbia University professor and a former Federal Reserve governor, explains why he thinks the Fed should be patient when it comes to cutting rates.
Bloomberg
What a Draft Brexit Deal May Look Like and What It Could Mean for the U.K.

What a Draft Brexit Deal May Look Like and What It Could Mean for the U.K.

Jennifer Hillman, Council on Foreign Relations senior fellow, and Chris Watling, Longview Economics chief executive officer, react to the reports that European Union and U.K. negotiators are closing in on a draft Brexit deal.
Bloomberg
The Highlights From Google's Next Generation Product Event

The Highlights From Google's Next Generation Product Event

Rick Osterloh, Google senior vice president of devices and services, discusses Google's next generation products with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Balance of Power."
Bloomberg
ISIS Will Rebound If U.S. Abandons Kurds, Ex-Defense Secretary Carter Says

ISIS Will Rebound If U.S. Abandons Kurds, Ex-Defense Secretary Carter Says

Former U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter discusses the recent upheaval in Syria with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Balance of Power."
Bloomberg
Ann Francke Says Gender Parity Is Difficult to Fix Quickly

Ann Francke Says Gender Parity Is Difficult to Fix Quickly

Ann Francke, CEO of the Chartered Management Institute, talks about her new book on solving gender equality issues in the workplace. She speaks to Bloomberg's Annmarie Hordern in London.
Bloomberg
IMF Expects Global Slowdown With Muted Inflation, Chief Economist Gopinath Says

IMF Expects Global Slowdown With Muted Inflation, Chief Economist Gopinath Says

Gita Gopinath, International Monetary Fund chief economist, discusses the outlook for the global economy and the implications of the China-U.S. trade war.
Bloomberg
Bullard Spars With Mishkin Over Lifeless Body of Phillips Curve

Bullard Spars With Mishkin Over Lifeless Body of Phillips Curve

Federal Reserve policy maker James Bullard and his former colleague Frederic Mishkin sparred in London over the death of the Phillips Curve, diverging on whether the phenomenon it describes has disappeared. Mishkin and Bullard spoke at the Monetar...
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Trade War Causes IMF to Cut Global Growth Forecast

Trade War Causes IMF to Cut Global Growth Forecast

The world economy will grow 3% this year, down from 3.2% seen in July, with the 2020 estimate lowered to 3.4% from 3.5%, according to the International Monetary Fund.
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BofA Fund Manage Survey Shows Investors Seeking Safety

BofA Fund Manage Survey Shows Investors Seeking Safety

Jared Woodard of Bank of America Merrill Lynch discusses the results of his company's October Fund Manager Survey on "Bloomberg The Open."
Bloomberg
Banks Will Continue to do Well Says Academy Securities' Tchir

Banks Will Continue to do Well Says Academy Securities' Tchir

Academy Securities' Peter Tchir, Michael O'Rourke of JonesTrading, and Frank Rybinski of Aegon Asset Management discuss bank earnings on "Bloomberg The Open."
Bloomberg
Vlieghe Sees BOE Stimulus If Brexit Uncertainty Endures

Vlieghe Sees BOE Stimulus If Brexit Uncertainty Endures

Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee Member Gertjan Vlieghe discusses the potential impact of Brexit on the U.K. economy and monetary policy. He speaks at the Monetary and Financial Policy Conference, held at Bloomberg's European headquarters...
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Citigroup Beats on Fixed Income, Wells Fargo Earnings Slip

Citigroup Beats on Fixed Income, Wells Fargo Earnings Slip

Citigroup reported better than expected 3Q earnings and FICC trading revenue. Wells Fargo saw net income fall by 23% after taking a $1.6 billion expense on litigation costs.
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Goldman CEO Solomon Calls Earnings 'Solid' Amid Mixed Operating Environment

Goldman CEO Solomon Calls Earnings 'Solid' Amid Mixed Operating Environment

Big bank earnings are rolling in. Walter Todd, Greenwood Capital CIO, and Bloomberg Intelligence's Alison Williams examine earnings results from Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan. Trading revenue at Goldman rose and JPMorgan earnings beat Wall Street est...
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Banks Are Doing an Amazing Job With Strong Headwinds, Says Bob Doll

Banks Are Doing an Amazing Job With Strong Headwinds, Says Bob Doll

Wells Fargo and Citigroup are the latest banks to report earnings. Bloomberg Intelligence's Alison Williams, Bob Doll, Nuveen Chief Equity Strategist and Tony Scherrer, Smead Capital Management director of research and co-portfolio manager, discus...
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Biden Braces for Rivals' Attacks on Son at Democratic Debate

Biden Braces for Rivals' Attacks on Son at Democratic Debate

The Democratic candidates will meet for the fourth presidential debate on Tuesday after an extraordinary series of events that has dramatically altered the race since the last forum in September.
Bloomberg
Johnson & Johnson to `Grow Above Market' in 2020, CFO Says

Johnson & Johnson to `Grow Above Market' in 2020, CFO Says

Johnson & Johnson raised its sales and earnings forecast, giving a rosier outlook to investors concerned by the mounting legal pressure across the health-care giant's portfolio of drugs, consumer products and medical devices.
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