Apr.21 — Mark Carney, United Nations special envoy for climate action and finance and former Bank of England governor, previews President Joe Biden’s climate summit and discusses monetary policy amid the Covid-19 pandemic. He speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”
Since the November election, Wall Street has been looking for investments that are likely to benefit from President Biden’s policies. But of course, this has meant that it is tough to find cheap stocks! Yet the rally has been uneven. And yes, there are some interesting stocks to buy that are at reasonable valuations. For
Apr.21 — Curt Custard, chief investment officer at Newton Investment Management Ltd., discusses the current state of markets and where he’s seeing opportunity. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.”
Value investor Bill Miller told CNBC on Tuesday that one of his firm’s funds sold its GameStop holdings during the Reddit-fueled frenzy that began earlier this year. “We had GameStop in our deep-value product, and I think our cost on it was around $4 or something,” Miller said in an interview on “The Exchange.” “When it got
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. NYSE Stocks are now in a choppy period, and technical analysts say it has the look of a short-term pullback. Strategists say it would make sense for this week’s selling to fit in the pattern of many pullbacks with a 3% to 5% decline.
GameStop (NYSE:GME) sells gaming discs in physical stores that no one is going to anymore. Kids can just as easily rent or buy them online. So why is GME stock trading so high? Source: Shutterstock / mundissima The stock has been on a roller coaster as of late. At the end of December 2020, GME
Apr.21 — European soccer’s “Super League” is on the verge of collapse. All the English teams have pulled out after a massive backlash from the sport’s authorities, politicians and fans. David Hellier reports on “Daybreak: Europe.”
The stock market, as measured by the S&P 500, keeps hitting new all-time highs. However, not all stocks are taking part. In fact, many more speculative areas such as special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) and electric vehicles (EVs) have sold off sharply in recent weeks. As a result, investors are looking to play some defense.
Apr.21 — Vikram Handa, managing director of Epsilon Carbon, an Indian coal tar derivatives producer, discusses his plans to challenge China’s dominance in the electric-car batteries market. Handa set up Epsilon Advanced Materials Pvt, India’s first manufacturer of lithium-ion battery parts in August, sourcing the raw material from the largest steel mill in the country that’s owned
Apr.20 — Bryan Ma, vice president of research at IDC Asia Pacific, shares his views on Apple Inc.’s updated iPad Pro, the first redesign of its flagship desktop iMac computer in almost a decade, and a new accessory called AirTag that will find physical items. Apple also announced subscriptions for its Podcasts app, letting users pay creators
Apr.20 — Tesla Motors Inc. has issued an apology to a Chinese customer after two government entities criticized the quality of its cars and treatment of customers. It all stems from an incident at the Shanghai Auto Show when an angry Tesla owner drew attention to the carmaker with a protest that went viral on
Apr.20 — John Woods, Asia Pacific chief investment officer at Credit Suisse Group AG, discusses the current state of markets, his investment strategy and where he’s finding opportunity. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: China Open.”
Apr.20 — Tracy Liao, Asia commodities strategist at Citigroup Global Markets, discusses the commodities demand in China, her call on iron ore and her outlook for copper. She speaks on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”