Jan.16 -- Jet Airways India Ltd. is working with lenders to revamp its debt as the struggling carrier tries to shore up its financials after recording losses in nine of the past eleven years in a market known for ultra-low fares. Jet Airways has 80.5 billion rupees ($1.1 billion) of debt and the restructuring may lead to a change in the board of Asia’s worst-performing airline stock. Bloomberg's P R Sanjai reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
Jan.16 -- Mayank Mishra, global macro and foreign-exchange strategist at Standard Chartered Bank, talks about the outlook for the Chinese yuan, and the government's efforts to support the economy. He speaks with Yvonne Man and Rishaad Salamat on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
Green juice isn't the secret behind these great minds. Uncovering celebs' daily routines is endlessly fascinating to us, which is why we're always digging into what everyone from supermodels to the U.S. presidents eat in a day. But that got us thinking about what drinks fuel the world's most brilliant minds every morning-is it green juice, a secret smoothie recipe or just buckets of coffee? And if we try it too, will we inch closer to billionaire/world-changer status? It's worth a shot.
Jan.16 -- Gokul Hariharan, managing director and co-head of Asia TMT research at JPMorgan, discusses the smartphone sector ahead of TSMC earnings, cryptocurrency mining and the semiconductor industry. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
Jan.16 -- Mark Leung, chief executive officer for China at JPMorgan Chase & Co., talks about the outlook for the country's bond market. He also discusses the company's businesses in China. He speaks on the sidelines of the Bloomberg's China Bond Market International Forum in Beijing with Tom Mackenzie on "Bloomberg Markets: China Open."
Kyrie Irving hit a foul-line fadeaway to give Boston the lead, then hit a 31-foot 3-pointer to finish with 27 points and lead the Celtics past the NBA-leading Toronto Raptors 117-108
Jan.16 -- Tongli Han, chief investment officer at Deepblue Global Investment, discusses the PBOC's move to pump $83B into the markets, what it will do for lenders and his call on treasuries. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
Jan.16 -- Kangde Xin Composite Material Group Co., based in China's eastern province of Jiangsu, defaulted on a bond on Tuesday. The company produces and sells laminating film. The default raises questions about the quality of financial reports from Kangde Xin and also highlights risks of investing in junk-rated bonds from the country. Lianting Tu reports on "Bloomberg Markets: China Open."