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In 2001, Taliban fighters smashed more than 2,500 figurines they judged to be "un-Islamic". Museum staff are now creating a digital record of the collection in case of further threat.
Carson Block, chief investment officer and co-founder at Muddy Waters, explains the firm's short of Burford Capital Ltd. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets.
South Africa Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Gwede Mantashe discusses the nation's energy challenges and support for a plan to rescue Eskom Holdings.
Ex-Farc rebels in Colombia, who spent decades fighting the government over land and power, have reinvented themselves as eco-warriors protecting the Amazon from illegal logging.
The BBC meets some protesters who were injured allegedly at the hands of security forces in Kashmir.
Yacov Arnopolin, emerging markets portfolio manager at Pimco, examines the impact of U.S. currency policy and trade war uncertainty on emerging markets.
Peter Schaffrik, global macro strategist at RBC Capital Markets, and Yacov Arnopolin, emerging markets portfolio manager at Pimco, discuss the Federal Reserve's dual mandate and market policy expectations.
Jacek Olczak, chief operating officer at Philip Morris International, discusses e-cigarettes, the risks for the products, regulations and their "unsmoked" campaign.
Clerely: “a bit of flexibility from the EU” could ensure a deal
Caroline Simmons, deputy head of U.K. investment office at UBS Global Wealth Management, discusses the evolution of the U.S.-China trade war and how it could impact global safe havens.
Monique Wong, senior portfolio manager at Coutts, discusses CK Asset buying Greene King for 2.7-Billion pounds, her outlook for sterling assets and where she's finding opportunity.
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has told the European Union in a letter that he wants to explore different ways to prevent a hard border on the island of Ireland. Bloomberg Opinion columnist Therese Raphael has the details on "Bloomberg Surveill...
Marchioness disaster remembered on the river Thames
The meeting comes after environmentalists in Iceland laid a commemorative plaque on the site of a Glacier on Sunday that had been declared dead. The Okjökull glacier had existed for 700 years and was Iceland's first glacier to disappear.
Migrants have been jumping from Open Arms and attempting to swim ashore and scuffles have broken out as the vessel remains barred from Italy.
Alexander Lacik, chief executive officer at Pandora, discusses revamping the product range, guidance to the market, the biggest changes he wants to make, his marketing spend, their China business and his partnerships with Warner and Disney.
Some of the world's biggest corporate leaders say that creating shareholder value is no longer their main focus. The business roundtable led by JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon says it plans to leave behind the investor-centric model, instead CEOs like Amaz...
Mark Mobius, co-founder and partner at Mobius Capital Partners, discusses demand for commodities and his outlook for gold.
Lazard Ltd.'s success working on the blockbuster Saudi Aramco bond sale this year has put it in pole position to secure a coveted spot on the oil giant's second attempt at the world's largest initial public offering.
If you want to find positive yield in the global bond market, then you're going to have to look for it in the U.S. Hans Mikkelsen, Bank of America Merrill Lynch strategist, says that a "wall of new money" is fleeing negative rates in Europe and Ja...
The U.S. will extend for another 90 days a limited set of exemptions that had protected rural networks and other U.S. customers from a ban on doing business with China's Huawei Technologies Co., Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Monday. Bloomber...
Andrew Mackenzie, chief executive officer at BHP, discusses earnings, his outlook for the company, the dividend, the impact of the trade war on his business, his outlook for iron ore and what the company could look like in 5 years.
Mark Mobius, co-founder and partner at Mobius Capital Partners, discusses China's credit market, stocks, the bond market and where he's finding opportunity.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam talks about the anti-government protests in the city. She speaks at a press briefing.
Firefighters continue to battle an uncontained wildfire on the Spanish island of Gran Canaria as 9,000 people are evacuated.
Michael Tien, a pro-Beijing member of the Hong Kong Legislative Council and founder of fashion chain G2000 Group, talks about the anti-government protests in the city.
David Brown, deals leader for Asia Pacific at PwC, talks about the prospects for Chinese mergers and acquisitions.
Bryan Collins, fixed income portfolio manager at Fidelity International, talks about China's decision to make borrowing costs slightly cheaper, and the bond market. Chinese officials introduced a revamped market benchmark rate for the first time. ...
William Ma, chief investment officer at Noah Holdings, discusses the revamp of China's interest rate framework, what it means for equity markets and where he's finding opportunity.
Liang Hong, head of research and chief economist at CICC, discusses China's new 1-year and 5-year loan prime rate and what they mean for credit markets.
Liang Hong, head of research and chief economist at CICC, discusses China's new loan prime rate and what it means for lending going forward.
Jun Bei Liu, portfolio manager at Tribeca Investment Partners, discusses the rally in equities and where she sees markets heading.
Lina Choi, corporate finance group senior credit officer at Moody's Investors Service, discusses Baidu's 3Q earnings and her outlook for Chinese tech stocks.
Sarah Kunst, Cleo Capital managing director, explains why the firm is betting big on female entrepreneurs.
David Lennox, resource analyst at Fat Prophets, talks about BHP Group's results and outlook. The world's biggest miner lifted annual investor returns to almost $21 billion with a record final dividend after earnings jumped to a five-year high on i...
China took a major step toward reforming its system of interest rates, in a move aimed at pushing down the cost of borrowing by households and companies as the economy slows. From August 20, new loans must be priced "mainly" with reference to a re...
Brett Bruen, Global Situation Room Inc. president, and Samm Sacks, New America China Digital Economy fellow, discuss Twitter Inc. disclosing that it found and deleted hundreds of accounts it said China used to undermine the Hong Kong protest movem...
Anna Han, equity strategist at Wells Fargo Securities, talks about U.S. stocks, uncertainties in the markets, and Federal Reserve policy.
ZipRecruiter Inc. Chief Executive Officer and co-founder Ian Siegel discusses the use of artificial intelligence in the workplace and 2019 hiring trends with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology"
Jose Cil, Restaurant Brands International CEO, discusses consumer dining trends on 'Bloomberg Markets: The Close.'
Bloomberg market reporters take a deep dive into all of today's action.
Boris Johnson launched his attempt to reopen Brexit negotiations, writing to Donald Tusk seeking the removal of the Irish backstop.
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston President Eric Rosengren comments on U.S.
Avaya Holdings Corp. is considering a bid from rival Mitel Networks that could create a telecommunications equipment vendor worth more than $5 billion including debt, people with knowledge of the matter said.
Jose Cil, Restaurant Brands International Inc. chief executive officer, discusses the changes in the food industry and the company's international business and expansion strategy with Bloomberg's Romaine Bostick and Caroline Hyde on "Bloomberg Mar...