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Feb.26 — Miguel Stilwell, chief executive officer at Energias de Portugal SA, discusses the company’s investment into energy transition, what will set his firm apart from others in the space and his outlook for the sector. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.”
Feb.26 — Alexis Patelis, chief economic adviser to the Greek Prime Minister, discusses the issuing of vaccine certificates in Greece, what they are used for and how they can help tourism in the European Union. He speaks on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe.”
Feb.25 — Sunny Verghese, executive director, co-founder and group chief executive officer at Olam International Ltd., discusses 2020 earnings, cash flow and his outlook for commodities. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: China Open.”
Feb.25 — Brian Chesky, chief executive officer at Airbnb Inc., discusses the company’s first earnings report since going public, how they’re preparing for a rebound in travel and his outlook for international travel. The company reported quarterly revenue that crushed analysts’ estimates. Chesky speaks on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”
Feb.25 — “Bloomberg Commodities Edge” talks to the smartest voices in the commodity world about the companies, the physical assets and the trading behind the hottest commodities. This week Bloomberg’s Alix Steel digs into the aftermath from the U.S. energy crisis, a potential supercycle for commodities and Argentina’s oil industry.
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Feb.25 — Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security Senior Scholar Gigi Gronvall discusses vaccine booster shots, finding additional covid-19 variants, and concerns about further waves of coronavirus infections. She speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” The Bloomberg School of Public Health is supported by Michael R. Bloomberg, founder and majority owner of Bloomberg LP, the parent company
Feb.25 — Anthony Crescenzi, market strategist and portfolio manager at Pacific Investment Management Company, (Pimco), discusses market takeaways from Federal Reserve policy, bond market spreads, and the impact of rising yields. He speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”
Feb.25 — Merrill Lynch Wealth Management Andy Sieg discusses the firm’s decision to expand its teams in Florida that cater to the state’s ultra-high-net-worth individuals, the GameStop retail trading frenzy, and market outlook. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Sonali Basak and Romaine Bostick on “Bloomberg Markets: The Close.”
Apple is one of the most valuable companies in the world, and it could become massively more valuable if it can make a splash in cars. The past six years of speculation around the so-called Apple Car have been a roller coaster. First Apple was reportedly building a car. Then the company wasn’t building a