Aug.19 -- Jun Bei Liu, a portfolio manager at Sydney-based Tribeca Investment Partners, talks about this week's economic events and her investment strategy. She speaks with Haidi Stroud-Watts and Ramy Inocencio on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."
Elderly South Koreans have traveled to the border with North Korea ahead of family reunions with relatives in the North they've been separated from since the Korean War
Aug.19 -- U.S. is set to imposed tariffs on a further $16 billion on Chinese goods on Aug. 23, and China has promised to respond in kind. Still, Chinese and U.S. official are set to meet in Washington this week for talks. Separately, A.P. Moller-Maersk, the world’s biggest shipping company, says the U.S. economy will be hit many times harder than the rest of the world by an escalating global trade war. Bloomberg's Ros Krasny reports.
Aug.19 -- The U.S. trade war with China is set to linger, dragging currencies across Asia deeper into the conflict. That’s the view of Loomis Sayles, which has cut Asian emerging-market currency exposure to help stem those risks. Bloomberg's Ruth Carson reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."
Aug.19 -- Masaru Sugiyama, an analyst at Goldman Sachs, talks about the prospects for esports. He spoke on August 17 with Rishaad Salamat on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
Catholics once faithful with their financial support to their churches are searching for ways to respond to the constant sex-abuse scandals that have tarnished the institution in which they believe, with back-to-back scandals in the past two months
Sounding alarms about the midterm elections, former Trump adviser Steve Bannon says Republicans must rally behind President Donald Trump to survive or risk losing dozens of seats in the Midterm elections. (Aug. 19)
Aug.17 -- Convertible debt has emerged as a rare bright spot in the beleaguered fixed-income market this year, boosted by a rallying share market and rising interest rates. The combination has triggered the fastest pace of new sales in a decade, led by technology companies. Raymond James' Kevin Giddis, Nomura's George Goncalves, and Aberdeen Standard Investments' Luke Hickmore discuss with Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro.
Aug.17 -- Turkey's currency crisis, trade fears and other geopolitical tensions sent European banks, EM equities and copper to bear territory this week. But the U.S. remained unscathed. U.S. equity bulls shrugged off a slew of market routs elsewhere to see no end to the SPX's decoupling impulse. Raymond James' Kevin Giddis, Nomura's George Goncalves, and Aberdeen Standard Investments' Luke Hickmore debate the outlook for U.S. exceptionalism.
Justin Verlander pitched just well enough to earn his 200th career win and the Houston Astros hit five home runs, beating the Oakland Athletics 9-4 Sunday to avoid a sweep and retake sole possession of the AL West lead
Some Catholics across the U.S. shaken by the latest revelations of priests sexually abusing children say they will stand behind the church while encouraging efforts to hold leaders accountable. (Aug. 19)