Dec.12 -- Oil is extending its gains in this morning's session. This comes as the U.S. industry report signals a bigger than expected draw in nationwide crude inventories as trade tensions between the U.S. and China ease. Prices also buoyed as Russia explains how it will cut production. Bloomberg's Anthony DiPaola reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Middle East."
Dec.11 -- Vikas Gattani, founder and chief investment officer of Progress India Opportunities Fund, and Bloomberg Economics' Abhishek Gupta talk about the appointment of India’s new central bank governor Shaktikanta Das, a former bureaucrat who oversaw Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s controversial cash ban program. Gattani and Gupta speak with Rishaad Salamat and David Ingles on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
I'm exaggerating, obvi, but you get the idea. I'm going to be really real with you right now: you don't actually need a facial cleansing brush to have good skin. It's also important to note that if you have sensitive or highly acneic skin, using an abrasive brush (no matter how soft it is) isn't always the best way to cleanse. "A lot of times these types of brushes can harbor bacteria and even exacerbate acne," explains Gary Goldenberg, M.D., a medical and cosmetic dermatologist in NYC, "plus, they can be too harsh on sensitive skin and cause inflammation." His advice if you're dead-set on using a cleansing brush: "Make sure you're washing your brush after you cleanse your face each time and change out the brush head monthly," he adds. "It's also crucial to do a patch test on the inner part of your forearm, which is also a delicate area, to make sure the bristles aren't too stiff to use on your facial skin-if the spot turns red, you might want to skip using a brush and opt for a chemical exfoliator, like a glycolic or salicylic acid wash, instead."For those of you who are facial brush devotees, here are a six that won't disappoint in the cleansing department.
Dec.11 -- Andrew Freris, chief executive officer at Ecognosis Advisory, talks about the Brexit negotiations. He speaks with David Ingles and Rishaad Salamat on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
Dec.11 -- Saktiandi Supaat, head of FX Research at Malayan Banking Berhad, discusses the U.S. dollar and his outlook for emerging market currencies. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
Dec.11 -- Matthew Wiechert, principal and chief executive officer at Bonitas Research, discusses his report shorting shares of Hengan International Group because of concerns over its financial reporting and debt. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
So good, even Santa will want a bite. This Christmas, start dinner off with a warm, cozy bowl of soup. From cheesy broccoli cheddar to a light and silky cauliflower soup, there's something for everyone here...and they'll all keep you warm and toasty, whether it's a white Christmas or not. To round out your holiday menu, check out our easy Christmas appetizers and best Christmas desserts.
The future of film is female. A new study from casting agency Creative Artists Agency (CAA) and technology company Shift7 has found that female-led films outperformed others at the box...
Dec.11 -- Dariusz Kowalczyk, senior economist and strategist at Credit Agricole CIB, discusses the new governor at the RBI and what he will bring to the central bank. Kowalczyk speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."