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Dutch public broadcaster VPRO offers you impressive and award-winning travel series that will help you expand your view on the world.
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Two Men In China

Two Men In China

Two Men in China sees the indefatigable Tim Flannery and John Doyle - armed with inquisitive minds and enduring humour - explore our powerful neighbour and our major trading partner.
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Expect PBOC to Sit on Their Hands for Next Few Months, Says Trivium China's Polk

Expect PBOC to Sit on Their Hands for Next Few Months, Says Trivium China's Polk

Andrew Polk, partner and co-founder at Trivium China, discusses China's monetary policy and what he sees the PBOC doing for growth moving forward.
4mins
Bloomberg
There Is a Marked Degree of Underperformance in Hong Kong, Says Credit Suisse's Woods

There Is a Marked Degree of Underperformance in Hong Kong, Says Credit Suisse's Woods

John Woods, Asia-Pacific chief investment officer at Credit Suisse, discusses the rally in Hong Kong and his outlook for the market.
2mins
Bloomberg
Hong Kong Siege Continues as Students Evacuated From University

Hong Kong Siege Continues as Students Evacuated From University

The two-day university siege in Hong Kong is raising fears of a bloody crackdown on hundreds of protesters who remain inside the campus. Running battles between police and activists featured raging fires and tear gas. Chief Executive Carrie Lam ha...
2mins
Bloomberg
Hong Kong Executive Lam: Need a Peaceful Resolution at PolyU

Hong Kong Executive Lam: Need a Peaceful Resolution at PolyU

Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam speaks about the situation at PolyU and her plea for the violence to end during her weekly press briefing in Hong Kong.
3mins
Bloomberg
China's Top Private Health-Care Company UFH Sees Further Growth: CEO

China's Top Private Health-Care Company UFH Sees Further Growth: CEO

Roberta Lipson, founder and chief executive officer of United Family Healthcare, one of China's largest private health-care company with clinics and hospitals in top tier cities including Beijing and Shanghai, discusses the outlook for the market ...
6mins
Bloomberg
PBOC May Cut Rates in 1Q 2020, SocGen's Lam Says

PBOC May Cut Rates in 1Q 2020, SocGen's Lam Says

Michelle Lam, Greater China economist at Societe Generale, talks about China's economy, central bank and bonds. The People's Bank of China lowered the cost it charges on short-term open-market operations for the first time since October 2015, a mo...
4mins
Bloomberg
China CEOs Shifted Focus From U.S. to Southeast Asia, Europe, Africa: Survey

China CEOs Shifted Focus From U.S. to Southeast Asia, Europe, Africa: Survey

Drew Bernstein, co-managing partner at Marcum Bernstein & Pinchuk LLP, talks about the survey of Chinese chief executive officers and founds the audit firm conducted in partnership with Tsinghua University.
8mins
Bloomberg
Australian Stocks' Valuations Are Not Sustainable: Evans & Partners

Australian Stocks' Valuations Are Not Sustainable: Evans & Partners

Lucy Meagher, investment adviser at Evans & Partners, talks about Australian stocks, and the opportunities she sees in other assets and markets.
6mins
Bloomberg
ESG Disclosures in Asia: What Investors Need to Know

ESG Disclosures in Asia: What Investors Need to Know

Mary Leung, Asia Pacific advocacy head at CFA institute, discusses ESG investing in Asia, who's leading in disclosures and her outlook for the sector.
6mins
Bloomberg
Hundreds Trapped in Hong Kong Siege

Hundreds Trapped in Hong Kong Siege

A two-day university siege has transfixed Hong Kong, raising fears of a bloody crackdown on hundreds of protesters who remain trapped in a campus surrounded by police. Meanwhile, U.S. Secretary of State Michael Pompeo said the U.S. is "gravely con...
4mins
Bloomberg
2020 May Be a Good Year for Emerging Markets, Says Allianz GI's Ghosh

2020 May Be a Good Year for Emerging Markets, Says Allianz GI's Ghosh

Kunal Ghosh, managing director and senior portfolio manager at Allianz Global Investors, discusses his optimism for emerging markets and where he's finding opportunities.
3mins
Bloomberg
TechnologyOne (ASX:TNE) shares drop despite posting profit increase: ASX tracking 0.04% higher at no

TechnologyOne (ASX:TNE) shares drop despite posting profit increase: ASX tracking 0.04% higher at no

19 Nov 2019 - The ASX rose at the open only to dip in the first hour of trade and is now tracking 0.04% higher at noon. The A2 Milk (ASX:A2M) company lifted its earnings margin forecast and saw their shares rise this morning. The Takeovers Panel h...
4mins
Finance News Network
Australia M&A Market to Continue to Be Active, Law Firm Says

Australia M&A Market to Continue to Be Active, Law Firm Says

Sandy Mak, head of corporate at law firm Corrs Chambers Westgarth, talks about the outlook for mergers and acquisitions in Australia.
4mins
Bloomberg
Waymo's Program to Hail Driverless Cars Keeps Expanding

Waymo's Program to Hail Driverless Cars Keeps Expanding

Dan Chu, Waymo Chief Product Officer, talks about the demand for driverless taxis and trucks.
6mins
Bloomberg
Redcape Hotel Group (ASX:RDC) - owner & operator

Redcape Hotel Group (ASX:RDC) - owner & operator

19 Nov 2019 - Redcape Hotel Group Limited (ASX:RDC) CEO, Dan Brady discusses FY19 results, company strategy and creating pub venues that become the hub of local communities.
5mins
Finance News Network
Apple iPhone 11 Demand in China Rises From a Year Earlier

Apple iPhone 11 Demand in China Rises From a Year Earlier

Apple Inc. shipped 10 million iPhones in China during September and October, based on Bloomberg's calculations from government data on overall and Android device shipments. That's up 6% from a year earlier.
4mins
Bloomberg
Asymmetric Opportunities Seen in Biotech Companies: Caliber Financial

Asymmetric Opportunities Seen in Biotech Companies: Caliber Financial

Patrick Healey, founder and president of Caliber Financial Partners, shares his investment strategy for biotechnology stocks.
3mins
Bloomberg
Senators Look to Shore Up Data Security

Senators Look to Shore Up Data Security

Senator Josh Hawley, a Republican from Missouri, proposed a bill to limit data that gets transferred to China and Russia.
6mins
Bloomberg
a2 Milk (ASX:A2M) lifts earnings guidance

a2 Milk (ASX:A2M) lifts earnings guidance

19 Nov 2019 - A2 Milk (ASX:A2M) as lifted its earnings margin forecast to 29 to 30 per cent for 2020 financial year ahead of its previous guidance of 28.2 per cent.
1min
Finance News Network
Technology One (ASX:TNE) posts 50% increase in profit

Technology One (ASX:TNE) posts 50% increase in profit

19 Nov 2019 - Software company, TechnologyOne (ASX:TNE) has posted a 50 per cent increase in profit to $76.4 million for the financial year ending 30 September 2019.
1min
Finance News Network
Kylie Jenner Sells Stake in Cosmetics Line to Coty for $600 Million

Kylie Jenner Sells Stake in Cosmetics Line to Coty for $600 Million

Coty Inc. agreed to pay $600 million in cash for a majority stake in Kylie Jenner's cosmetics line. The deal values the brand at about $1.2 billion.
3mins
Bloomberg
Mayne Pharma (ASX:MYX) to extend range of dermatology products with licensing of $US40m drug

Mayne Pharma (ASX:MYX) to extend range of dermatology products with licensing of $US40m drug

19 Nov 2019 - Mayne Pharma (ASX:MYX) will extend its range of dermatology products through the licensing of a generic topical dermatology product from Encube Ethicals which is a leading developer and manufacturer of topical formulations to distrib...
1min
Finance News Network
Kogan (ASX:KGN) gross sales exceed half a billion dollars

Kogan (ASX:KGN) gross sales exceed half a billion dollars

19 Nov 2019 - Kogan (ASX:KGN) has kicked off its AGM in Melbourne with Chairman Greg Ridder hi lighting the company’s accelerated growth of the exclusive brands product division, achieving 41.6 per cent growth in revenue on FY18 and Kogan Mobile g...
1min
Finance News Network
Fears of U.S. Recession Are Overdone, Says Voya's Hurtsellers

Fears of U.S. Recession Are Overdone, Says Voya's Hurtsellers

Christine Hurtsellers, Voya Investment Management Chief Executive Officer, says fears of a recession in the U.S. are overdone. She also talks about risks in emerging markets and where they may be putting money to work. She appears on "What'd You M...
5mins
Bloomberg
Sir Martin Sorrell on Political Ads

Sir Martin Sorrell on Political Ads

Tech companies are responsible for their content, says S4 Capital's Sir Martin Sorrell on 'Bloomberg Technology.'
3mins
Bloomberg
Johnson, Corbyn Not Fit to Lead U.K., Lib Dems' Swinson Says

Johnson, Corbyn Not Fit to Lead U.K., Lib Dems' Swinson Says

U.K. Liberal Democrats Leader Jo Swinson discusses the upcoming Dec. election, saying both major parties have swung to extremes.
7mins
Bloomberg
MeToo Encourages Companies to Re-evaluate Workplace Policies, Says Cornell Professor

MeToo Encourages Companies to Re-evaluate Workplace Policies, Says Cornell Professor

Vanessa Bohns, Cornell University Associate professor discusses workplace relationships with Bloomberg's Naomi Kerbel.
4mins
Bloomberg
WeWork Begins Job Cuts This Week

WeWork Begins Job Cuts This Week

WeWork to start its layoffs this week in the U.S. Bloomberg's Ellen Huet reports on 'Bloomberg Technology.'
4mins
Bloomberg
How T-Mobile CEO John Legere Changed the Industry

How T-Mobile CEO John Legere Changed the Industry

John Legere, the colorful chief executive of T-Mobile, will step down at the end of April. President and Chief Operating Officer Mike Sievert will take over May 1. Bloomberg Intelligence's John Butler looks at how Legere changed the industry. He a...
3mins
Bloomberg
Air Arabia Orders 120 Airbus Jets in $14 Billion Blockbuster

Air Arabia Orders 120 Airbus Jets in $14 Billion Blockbuster

Air Arabia has ordered 120 Airbus SE narrow-body jets worth about $14 billion at list prices, as the European planemaker scored its second blockbuster order of the day at the Dubai Airshow. After announcing the deal, Air Arabia Chief Executive Off...
5mins
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Market Wrap 11/18: Stocks Higher, Oil Lower, Apple Hits Record High

Bloomberg Market Wrap 11/18: Stocks Higher, Oil Lower, Apple Hits Record High

Bloomberg market reporters take a deep dive into all of today's action.
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Bloomberg
Behind Lazard's Unique Relationship With Google

Behind Lazard's Unique Relationship With Google

Over the last decade, Lazard Ltd. has quietly become Google's go-to adviser, bringing it the cachet -- though not big fees -- of working with one of the world's largest companies.
2mins
Bloomberg
Wall St closes little changed: Aus shares to open flat

Wall St closes little changed: Aus shares to open flat

19 Nov 2019 - The local sharemarket is poised to open flat following a quiet session on Wall Street on Monday. In the US stocks reached fresh records but pared back to close the session little changed. The technology sector posted some of the bigg...
3mins
Finance News Network
RenTech's Billion Dollar Tax Cloud Darkens After IRS Ruling

RenTech's Billion Dollar Tax Cloud Darkens After IRS Ruling

Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center Senior Fellow Steven Rosenthal weighs in on the multi-billion dollar tax dispute between Renaissance Technologies and the IRS.
7mins
Bloomberg
Businessweek Talks: Visa CEO Al Kelly

Businessweek Talks: Visa CEO Al Kelly

Visa CEO Al Kelly says despite worries about a recession, consumers aren't slowing down their card swiping- or, increasingly, tapping. He sat down with Bloomberg Businessweek hosts Jason Kelly and Carol Massar.
6mins
Bloomberg
Gold May Rally Above $1,560, Hedge Fund Telemetry's Thornton Says

Gold May Rally Above $1,560, Hedge Fund Telemetry's Thornton Says

In this edition of "Charting Futures," Hedge Fund Telemetry President Tom Thornton examines gold futures with Bloomberg's Abigail Doolittle on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
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Bloomberg
Fed's Rosengren Says Economy Is in a Good Place, Data 'Quite Good'

Fed's Rosengren Says Economy Is in a Good Place, Data 'Quite Good'

Federal Reserve Bank of Boston President Eric Rosengren discusses the state of the U.S. economy and his concerns about policy room in case of an economic shock.
2mins
Bloomberg
Fed's Rosengren on Economy, Fiscal Policy, Negative Rates

Fed's Rosengren on Economy, Fiscal Policy, Negative Rates

Federal Reserve Bank of Boston President Eric Rosengren discusses the state of the U.S. economy, the need for fiscal policy and capital buffers for banks in the next downturn, and his concerns about the low interest rate environment.
11mins
Bloomberg
Gotham's Greenblatt Says Plunge in IPOs Is Starving Firms of Capital

Gotham's Greenblatt Says Plunge in IPOs Is Starving Firms of Capital

Joel Greenblatt, Gotham Asset Management co-chief investment officer and managing principal, comments on the plunge in initial public offerings during an interview with Bloomberg's Vonnie Quinn and Guy Johnson on "Bloomberg Markets."
2mins
Bloomberg
Adelaide Brighton (ASX:ABC) increases borrowing limits to $900m

Adelaide Brighton (ASX:ABC) increases borrowing limits to $900m

19 Nov 2019 - Building construction firm Adelaide Brighton Ltd (ASX:ABC) has extended the maturity of its debt and increased its committed borrowing limits from A$715 million to A$900 million.
1min
Finance News Network
Abacus Property Group (ASX:ABP) and Charter Hall’s takeover of Australian Unity Office fund abandone

Abacus Property Group (ASX:ABP) and Charter Hall’s takeover of Australian Unity Office fund abandone

19 Nov 2019 - Abacus Property Group (ASX:ABP) and Charter Hall’s plans to purchase the Australian Unity Office Fund will not go ahead.
1min
Finance News Network
Fed's Rosengren: Need Capital Buffers, Fiscal Policy in Next Downturn

Fed's Rosengren: Need Capital Buffers, Fiscal Policy in Next Downturn

Federal Reserve Bank of Boston President Eric Rosengren explains the need for fiscal policy and more capital buffers in the event of another economic downturn.
2mins
Bloomberg
Banks Embrace Technology-Enabled Portfolio Trading

Banks Embrace Technology-Enabled Portfolio Trading

Wall Street is reaping the benefits of the rise in portfolio trading.
3mins
Bloomberg
How the Food We Eat Impacts the Environment

How the Food We Eat Impacts the Environment

Dr. Martin Bloem, director of the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future, at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, talks about how the food we eat impacts the environment and world economies. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets.
4mins
Bloomberg
Morales Says He's Not in Touch With Bolivian Military

Morales Says He's Not in Touch With Bolivian Military

Ousted Bolivian leader Evo Morales says 32-year-old Senator Monica Eva Copa is the legal head of state, rather than Jeanine Anez, whose claim to be interim president has been recognized by the U.S. and Brazil. He spoke with Bloomberg's Nacha Catta...
1min
Bloomberg
Supreme Court Temporarily Halts House Subpoena for Trump Records

Supreme Court Temporarily Halts House Subpoena for Trump Records

The U.S. Supreme Court has stayed a House panel subpoena for the financial records of President Donald Trump.
1min
Bloomberg
HP Board Rejects Xerox Takeover Offer

HP Board Rejects Xerox Takeover Offer

HP Inc.'s board unanimously rejected Xerox Holdings Corp.'s unsolicited takeover proposal, saying the $22-a-share offer is too low. But HP did say it's still open to discussing a merger.
3mins
Bloomberg
Ford Mustang Goes Electric as Reinvented Mach-E SUV

Ford Mustang Goes Electric as Reinvented Mach-E SUV

Ford Automotive President Joe Hinrichs discusses the unveiling of the Mach-E, the reinvention of the Mustang muscle car as an electric vehicle SUV.
6mins
Bloomberg