Oct.19 -- China and the EU have joined a group of countries asking the World Trade Organization to investigate the Trump administration’s decision to impose metals tariffs on national security grounds, creating a new front in a trade war that has shaken global markets. David Stringer reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
Three ranked teams look to follow up big wins last week with another good showing and North Carolina State and Clemson play a pivotal Atlantic Coast Conference game
Oct.19 -- China’s top financial officials moved to shore up investor confidence in the country’s tumbling stock market, a rare coordinated show of verbal support that failed to immediately put a floor under the deepest equity sell-off since 2015. Lucille Liu reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
Oct.19 -- China's economic growth slowed more than expected last quater. Gross domestic product increased 6.5 percent in the third quarter from a year earlier, compared to 6.6 percent in a Bloomberg survey. Cui Li, head of macro research at CCB International Holdings Ltd. in Hong Kong, weighs in on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia" with Yvonne Man, Rishaad Salamat and David Ingles.
In a rally, President Trump praised Montana's GOP Rep. Greg Gianforte for slamming a reporter from The Guardian in 2017 during his campaign. Gianforte pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault after the incident (Oct. 18)
David Price put his postseason woes behind him, pitching the Boston Red Sox back into another World Series with a 4-1 victory over the defending champion Houston Astros
Outgoing U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley poked fun at her own Indian heritage, her boss and the current political climate at a white-tie gala in New York. (Oct. 18)
Oct.18 -- Mark Tinker, head of Framlington Equities Asia at AXA Investment Managers in Hong Kong, and William Ma, chief investment officer of the Gopher Asset Management unit of Chinese wealth manager Noah Holdings, talks about China's stocks. They speak with Yvonne Man and David Ingles on "Bloomberg Markets: China Open."
Oct.18 -- Luxury brands across the globe have been falling on concerns that Chinese officials are cracking down on travelers coming home with overseas goods, adding to worries about an economic slowdown in the country. Rachel Chang reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."