Jun.18 — In a special edition of “Front Row,” Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro sits down exclusively with Bloomberg’s Erik Schatzker. Maduro says he’s extending an olive branch to the United States, and wants to have negotiations with President Joe Biden’s administration to lift sanctions and return to a normal relationship. He also declares that Venezuela
Jun.18 — Bloomberg’s Romaine Bostick runs down the biggest moving stocks in today’s pre-market trading.
Jun.18 — Former U.K. Prime Minister Gordon Brown discusses vaccines, climate and the G-7 agreement on corporation tax. He spoke June 17 on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open” with Anna Edwards.
Jun.18 — Sayuri Shirai, a former Bank of Japan board member and now a professor of economics at Keio University, discusses the central bank’s policy. The BOJ surprised investors with a new tool to support efforts to address climate change, while standing pat on its main policy levers. Shirai speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: Asia.” (She spoke before
Jun.18 — Ling Chenkai, vice president at JD.com Inc., Chinese e-commerce operator, discusses the company’s strategy, outlook, and its 618 festival — the country’s second-largest shopping event after Alibaba’s Singles’ Day. He speaks with Tom Mackenzie on “Bloomberg Markets: Asia.”
Jun.17 — Tom Keene, Jonathan Ferro and Lisa Abramowicz have the economy and the markets “under surveillance” as they cover the latest in finance, economics and investment, and talk with the leading voices shaping the conversation around world markets. This show is simulcast worldwide on Bloomberg Television and Radio.
Jun.17 — Li Zonghai, co-founder and chief executive officer of biopharmaceutical firm CARsgen Therapeutics Holdings Ltd., discusses the company’s strategy, outlook and its Hong Kong initial public offering. CARsgen plunged as much as 18% after pricing its $401 million IPO at the top of a marketed range. Li speaks with Yvonne Man and Haslinda Amin on “Bloomberg Markets: Asia.”
Jun.17 — George Hongchoy, chief executive officer at Link Asset Management Ltd., discusses his outlook for the company in the next year, the rental market in Hong Kong and his strategy for mainland China. He speaks exclusively on “Bloomberg Markets: China Open.”
Jun.17 — Khoon Goh, head of Asia research at Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Ltd., discusses Fed policy, how the Fed’s hawkishness on tapering could impact central banks in Asia and his outlook for Asian markets. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: China Open.”
Jun.17 — Indian billionaire Gautam Adani’s dream run up in the global wealth rankings is faltering after a media report raised questions about some offshore investors. The 58-year old tycoon has lost more money this week than anyone else in the world. His personal fortune tumbled by about $13 billion. Bloomberg’s Nupur Acharya reports on
Jun.17 — The global shipping industry already exhausted by pandemic shocks that are adding to inflation pressures and delivery delays are now facing another test. The shutdown of Yantian, one of China’s busiest ports, drags on and could take months for the cargo backlog in Southern China to clear. Bloomberg’s James Mayger reports on “Bloomberg
Jun.17 — The U.S. Federal Communications Commission proposed a ban on products from five Chinese electronics companies, including surveillance cameras linked to oppression in western China. Meanwhile, President Joe Biden’s executive order aimed at safeguarding sensitive data could force some Chinese apps to take measures to protect private information in order to remain in the U.S. market,
Jun.17 — Bloomberg Surveillance: Early Edition, live from London, Berlin and New York. Francine Lacqua, Matt Miller, and Kailey Leinz deliver the latest news and analysis on the markets with leaders in global finance and economics. Jesse Powell, CEO of Kraken, says the cryptocurrency exchange could go public in 12 to 18 months. Kamakshya Trivedi,