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.
1 Episode
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.
1955 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.
1530 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.
731 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.
675 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.
3072 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.
1232 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.
374 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.
570 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.
180 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.
1937 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.
934 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.
2 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.
1 Episode
Barry Ritholtz on Bogle's Legacy, Bank Stocks and Brexit

Barry Ritholtz on Bogle's Legacy, Bank Stocks and Brexit

Barry Ritholtz, a Bloomberg Opinion columnist, discusses the legacy of Vanguard founder John Bogle and the outlook for bank stocks with Bloomberg's Vonnie Quinn and Guy Johnson on "Bloomberg Markets.
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Why the Credit Market Was So Challenging for Banks in the Fourth Quarter

Why the Credit Market Was So Challenging for Banks in the Fourth Quarter

Morgan Stanley's fixed-income traders succumbed to the same downturn that afflicted the rest of Wall Street in the fourth quarter, posting their worst results in three years and sending the shares tumbling.
Bloomberg
Treasury Denies to WSJ Any China Tariff Recommendations Made

Treasury Denies to WSJ Any China Tariff Recommendations Made

Bloomberg's Randy Woods and Bloomberg Businessweek's Peter Coy have more about the Wall Street Journal report on China tariffs.
Bloomberg
Florida Seeing an Uptick in Demand for Million-Dollar Homes, Miller Samuel CEO Says

Florida Seeing an Uptick in Demand for Million-Dollar Homes, Miller Samuel CEO Says

Jonathan Miller, president and chief executive officer of Miller Samuel Inc., discusses the uptick in demand for million-dollar plus homes in Florida. He speaks with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde and Scarlet Fu on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close.
Bloomberg
U.S. May Roll Back China Tariffs to Calm Markets: WSJ

U.S. May Roll Back China Tariffs to Calm Markets: WSJ

U.S. officials are debating lifting trade tariffs on China to calm markets and give Beijing an incentive to make deeper concessions, WSJ reports, citing unidentified people close to the deliberations.
Bloomberg
John Bogle Believed in Index Funds and His Legacy Will Live On, Vanguard CEO Says

John Bogle Believed in Index Funds and His Legacy Will Live On, Vanguard CEO Says

Tim Buckley, Vanguard chief executive officer, discusses the legacy of fund pioneer John Bogle.
Bloomberg
Xi Is Under Pressure to Strike a Deal With the U.S., Oxford's Magnus Says

Xi Is Under Pressure to Strike a Deal With the U.S., Oxford's Magnus Says

Oxford University China Centre Associate George Magnus discusses the U.S. federal investigation into Huawei Technoloigies Co. and the state of U.S.-China trade relations.
Bloomberg
Not Going to Be a Wall From Coast to Coast, Rep. Reed Says

Not Going to Be a Wall From Coast to Coast, Rep. Reed Says

Representative Tom Reed, co-chair of the Problem Solvers Caucus and a Republican from New York, discusses bipartisan talks on ending the partial government shutdown.
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas - Sam Zell Says Gold 'Is a Good Hedge'

Sam Zell Says Gold 'Is a Good Hedge'

Sam Zell, the founder of Equity Group Investments, says he bought gold for the first time in his life because "it's a good hedge." Zell also talks about the oil and energy markets.
Bloomberg
Trump Shutdown Talks 'Not Really a Negotiation,' Rep. Hoyer Says

Trump Shutdown Talks 'Not Really a Negotiation,' Rep. Hoyer Says

Representative Steny Hoyer, a Maryland Democrat, discusses negotiations to end the U.S. partial government shutdown, the prospects for canceling the State of the Union address, and President Donald Trump's plan to withdraw troops from Syria.
Bloomberg
Bogle, Asness on Active Versus Passive Investing

Bogle, Asness on Active Versus Passive Investing

John Bogle, Vanguard Group founder, and Cliff Asness, managing and founding principal at AQR Capital Management, discuss active versus passive investing. They spoke to Bloomberg's Tom Keene on September 22, 2014 at the Bloomberg Markets Most Influ...
Bloomberg
Trump Says Pelosi Won't Let Democrats Negotiate End to Shutdown

Trump Says Pelosi Won't Let Democrats Negotiate End to Shutdown

President Donald Trump says House Speaker Nancy Pelosi won't let Democrats negotiate an end to the partial government shutdown. Trump spoke at the Pentagon about missile defense and the need for strong border security.
Bloomberg
Investing Principles Across Two Generations

Investing Principles Across Two Generations

John Bogle, Vanguard Group founder, and Cliff Asness, managing and founding principal at AQR Capital Management, discuss index versus actively-managed funds, ETFs and the onset of smart beta, and high-frequency trading. They spoke to Bloomberg's T...
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Markets - Oil Caught Between U.S. Production and OPEC Cuts

Oil Caught Between U.S. Production and OPEC Cuts

In "Futures In Focus," Chris Gersch of Bell Curve Capital examines the oil market impact of a production battle between the United States and OPEC.
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Markets - China's Vice Premier to Take Part in U.S. Trade Talks

China's Vice Premier to Take Part in U.S. Trade Talks

China has confirmed that Vice Premier Liu He will travel to the U.S. for trade talks later this month.
Bloomberg
Netflix Bull Amobi Previews What to Watch for in 4Q Results

Netflix Bull Amobi Previews What to Watch for in 4Q Results

Tuna Amobi, analyst at CFRA, previews fourth-quarter results from Netflix Inc.
Bloomberg
China's High-Stakes Robot Wars

China's High-Stakes Robot Wars

For two weeks each year, college students take over a massive stadium and fill it with fighting drones, plastic ammo, and rapt spectators. This is Robomasters, held in Shenzhen by DJI, the world's leading drone maker.
Bloomberg
High Flyers - S7 E1-Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit

High Flyers - S7 E1-Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit

Bloomberg's Haslinda Amin returns for a seventh season, interviewing some of the world's sharpest business minds aboard the Singapore Flyer. In episode one, Haslinda sits down with with Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit, former VP of Thai Summit Group...
Bloomberg
Economists, Investors Take a More Constructive Tone on 2019

Economists, Investors Take a More Constructive Tone on 2019

Krishna Memani, chief investment officer and head of fixed income at OppenheimerFunds, Michael Purves, chief global strategist and head of derivatives strategy at Weeden, and Andres Garcia Amaya, founder and chief executive officer at Zoe Financia...
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas - Sam Zell Remembers Vanguard's John Bogle

Sam Zell Remembers Vanguard's John Bogle

Sam Zell, chairman and founder at Equity Group Investments, reflects on his dealings with and the legacy of Vanguard Group Inc. founder John Bogle who passed away Wednesday at 89.
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas - McEwen Says Gold Market Confidence Is Coming Back

McEwen Says Gold Market Confidence Is Coming Back

Rob McEwen, chairman and CEO of McEwen Mining and founder of Goldcorp, discusses more m&a in mining and outlook for gold.
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas - Zell Calls WeWork a Negative Example of Creating Unicorns

Zell Calls WeWork a Negative Example of Creating Unicorns

Sam Zell, chairman and founder at Equity Group Investments, discusses lease deals by the CEO of WeWork Cos. and what Amazon.com Inc. brings with its new campus in New York.
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas - Zell Sees 'Minimal' DC Real Estate Impact From Shutdown

Zell Sees 'Minimal' DC Real Estate Impact From Shutdown

Sam Zell, chairman and founder at Equity Group Investments, discusses the impact of the partial government shutdown on real estate and how his firm approaches clients affected by not receiving paychecks.
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas - Lund Says Companies Will Respond to Changes in Trade Policy

Lund Says Companies Will Respond to Changes in Trade Policy

Susan Lund, partner at the McKinsey Global Institute, discusses the future of trade and value chains.
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas - Sam Zell Says Liquidity Has Decreased 'Significantly'

Sam Zell Says Liquidity Has Decreased 'Significantly'

Sam Zell, chairman and founder at Equity Group Investments, discusses how declining liquidity impacts the real estate market.
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas - Phillips , Wiener on John Bogle's Legacy

Phillips , Wiener on John Bogle's Legacy

Don Phillips, managing director and former CEO of Morningstar, and Dan Wiener, co-founder and CEO at Adviser Investments, discuss the legacy of fund pioneer John Bogle.
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas - Craft Beer Feeling Shutdown Impact

Craft Beer Feeling Shutdown Impact

Damian Brown, Bronx Brewery co-founder and president, discusess the impact of the U.S. government shutdown on the craft beer industry.
Bloomberg
Corbyn Says Labour Is Open to Second Brexit Referendum

Corbyn Says Labour Is Open to Second Brexit Referendum

U.K. opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn talks about the Labour Party's willingness to participate in discussions with U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May on Brexit and his stance on a second referendum. He made the comments during a speech in Hastings, s...
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas - China 'Gradually Stimulating' Economy, Says HSBC's Laidler

China 'Gradually Stimulating' Economy, Says HSBC's Laidler

Ben Laidler, HSBC global equity strategist, and Christopher Wolfe, First Republic private wealth management chief investment officer, discuss Huawei, growth in China, and U.S.
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas - Morgan Stanley Misses on FICC, Revenue, Profit in 4Q

Morgan Stanley Misses on FICC, Revenue, Profit in 4Q

Bloomberg Intelligence's Alison Williams examines fourth-quarter results from Morgan Stanley.
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Surveillance - Trading Could Push Bodies Out the Door at Banks This Year, Cassidy Says

Trading Could Push Bodies Out the Door at Banks This Year, Cassidy Says

Gerard Cassidy, head of U.S. bank equity strategy and large cap analyst at RBC Capital Markets, discusses the fallout from a downturn in FICC trading at the big banks and an over-crowded banking industry.
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Surveillance - A Call to Cancel Davos Due to Brexit, U.S. Shutdown

A Call to Cancel Davos Due to Brexit, U.S. Shutdown

Anand Giridharadas, fellow at Aspen Institute and author of the book "Winners Take All," examines populism and the history of a "winners take all" global structure and explains why Davos should be cancelled this year.
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Surveillance - SocGen Is Said to Weigh Shutting $4.7 Billion Prop-Trading Unit

SocGen Is Said to Weigh Shutting $4.7 Billion Prop-Trading Unit

Societe Generale SA is reportedly considering closing its proprietary-trading unit as the business has struggled to make profits.
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Surveillance - What's Keeping Fed Funds Rate From Returning to Normal?

What's Keeping Fed Funds Rate From Returning to Normal?

David Page, senior U.S. and U.K. economist at AXA, examines the Fed funds rate adjusted for inflation going back to 1996.
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Surveillance - SocGen's Trading Slide Adds to Setbacks for French Banks

SocGen's Trading Slide Adds to Setbacks for French Banks

Societe Generale SA capped a dramatic reversal of fortune for French banks after markets turned volatile, warning that fourth-quarter trading revenue dropped about 20 percent.
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Surveillance - ECB Normalization Isn't Plausible, Panmure Gordon Says

ECB Normalization Isn't Plausible, Panmure Gordon Says

Simon French, chief economist at Panmure Gordon, discusses European risks and the impact on European Central Bank policy.
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Surveillance - Deutsche Bank Sees 20% Upside for U.K. Domestic Stocks on Soft Brexit

Deutsche Bank Sees 20% Upside for U.K. Domestic Stocks on Soft Brexit

Sebastian Raedler, head of European equity strategy at Deutsche Bank AG, discusses the potential impact of a "soft Brexit" on the pound and U.K. stocks.
Bloomberg
Nigeria's Presidential Candidate on Central Bank, NNCP

Nigeria's Presidential Candidate on Central Bank, NNCP

Nigeria presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar shares his views on the central bank and the state oil company NNCP.
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Surveillance - Sterling Offers Protection at 'Very Cheap' Valuation, Redeker Says

Sterling Offers Protection at 'Very Cheap' Valuation, Redeker Says

Hans Redeker, head of global FX strategy at Morgan Stanley, examines sterling's valuation in relation to other currencies and equity markets.
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Surveillance - May's Playing Games With Brexit's Red Lines, EU's Lamberts Says

May's Playing Games With Brexit's Red Lines, EU's Lamberts Says

European Parliament Member Philippe Lamberts discusses the next steps for the European Union on Brexit after the U.K. Parliament's rejection of Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit agreement.
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Markets: European Open - Lockhart: The Fed Is Not the Handmaiden of the Markets

Lockhart: The Fed Is Not the Handmaiden of the Markets

Former Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President Dennis Lockhart discusses Fed policy, how close they are to neutral, if the central bank is going to pause this year and the possibility of a recession.
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Markets: European Open - Mixed Earnings News `Not Enough to Get Bearish,' State Street Says

Mixed Earnings News `Not Enough to Get Bearish,' State Street Says

Michael Metcalfe, global head of macro strategy at State Street Global Markets, discusses earnings, the outlook for equities and the prospects for progress on U.S.-China trade talks.
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - Brexit Is Taking Its Toll on the U.K. Housing Market, RICS Says

Brexit Is Taking Its Toll on the U.K. Housing Market, RICS Says

Simon Rubinsohn, chief economist at the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, discusses the impact of Brexit uncertainty on the U.K. housing market with real-estate agents reporting falling prices and optimism at its lowest ebb for almost two ...
Bloomberg
Oil's 'Fair Price' Seen at $55 to $60 for Now, Arqaam Capital Says

Oil's 'Fair Price' Seen at $55 to $60 for Now, Arqaam Capital Says

Abdul Kadir Hussain, the head of fixed income at Arqaam Capital, talks about oil prices and the implications for Saudi Arabia's budget. He also discusses Saudi bond issuance, and the outlook for emerging-market bonds. He speaks with Manus Cranny w...
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - May Survives No Confidence Vote, But Tough Brexit Talks Lie Ahead

May Survives No Confidence Vote, But Tough Brexit Talks Lie Ahead

Theresa May has survived a vote of no confidence, but with her Brexit deal all but dead and the EU saying they won't renegotiate, what comes next? The Prime Minister has opened negotiations with lawmakers across the political spectrum to get a dea...
Bloomberg
Russia Sells Most Bonds Since July

Russia Sells Most Bonds Since July

Russia netted its biggest bond sale in almost half a year and the ruble reached its strongest against the dollar since December on Wednesday as rebounding oil prices and a risk-on wave in global markets offset the lingering threat of sanctions at ...
Bloomberg
Don't See Upside for Gilts, Gulf Investment's Bertoni Says

Don't See Upside for Gilts, Gulf Investment's Bertoni Says

Raffaele Bertoni, head of debt-capital markets at Gulf Investment Corp., talks about the Brexit talks and the implications for U.K. government bonds.
Bloomberg
France Calls for Ghosn's Dismissal

France Calls for Ghosn's Dismissal

France is abandoning its support of Renault Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn. Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire is calling for his dismissal saying the carmaker needs new and reliable governance.
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