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Taleb Says World Is More Fragile Today Than in 2007
Oct.31 -- Nassim Nicholas Taleb, scientific advisor at Universa Investments, discusses the factors causing global fragility, hidden liabilities in global markets, and what he sees as safe trades in the current market. He speaks with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker on "Bloomberg Markets."
Why Gotham's Greenblatt Likes 'Gushing' Cash-Flow Stocks
Oct.29 -- Joel Greenblatt, co-chief investment officer and managing principal at Gotham Asset Management, discusses how the hedge fund evaluates targeted equities as part of its investment strategy. He speaks with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close."
Yield Curve Inversion a 'Problem for Everything,' Epstein Says
Mar.22 -- In "Futures In Focus," Ira Epstein of the Ira Epstein Division of Linn & Associates discusses the inversion of the 3-month and 10-year yield curve. He speaks with Bloomberg's Vonnie Quinn on "Bloomberg Markets."
Bridgewater's Dalio Expects Low Returns for a 'Very, Very Long Time'
Nov.19 -- Ray Dalio, founder at Bridgewater Associates, says years of low interest rates and quantitative easing have squeezed most of the returns out of U.S. assets. He speaks with Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz at the Bloomberg Opinion Masters in Business event. Ritholtz's opinions are his own.
Bill Gross on Deflation, Central Banks, Fiscal Policy
Mar.01 -- Even after one of the most storied careers in financial markets, Bill Gross has a few surprises left. Bill Gross, portfolio manager at Janus Henderson Group spoke with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker in Newport Beach, California, about deflation, central banks and monetary and fiscal policy.
Bridgewater's Dalio Likens Today's Cycle to the Late 1930's
Nov.19 -- Ray Dalio, founder at Bridgewater Associates, explains why the current market cycle and U.S. conflict with China are analogous to the late 1930's. He speaks with Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz at the Bloomberg Opinion Masters in Business event. Ritholtz's opinions are his own.
How Malaysia's 1MDB Scandal Shook the Financial World
Apr.02 -- Malaysia’s state-owned investment fund, 1MDB, was supposed to attract foreign investment. Instead, it has spurred criminal and regulatory investigations around the world that have cast an unflattering spotlight on financial deal-making, election spending and political patronage under former Prime Minister Najib Razak. Bloomberg's Annabelle Droulers reports.
Illinois Pension Liabilities Add to State's $3.2 Billion Deficit
Mar.05 -- Sean Carney, head of municipal strategy at BlackRock, and Bloomberg's Flynn McRoberts examine the new revenue plan for the state of Illinois as it faces mounting pension liabilities. They speak on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
Yield Curve Inversion Signaling Fed Rate Cut, Schwab's Jones Says
Mar.26 -- Kathy Jones, chief fixed-income strategist at the Schwab Center for Financial Research, discusses the outlook for markets and Federal Reserve policy following the inversion of the 3-month and 10-year yield curve. She speaks with Bloomberg's Vonnie Quinn and Guy Johnson on "Bloomberg Markets."
Ray Dalio on Career, Market Cycles, China Debt
Nov.19 -- Ray Dalio, co-chairman and founder at Bridgewater Associates, discusses his career, his views on management strategy, and the outlook for investing in China. He speaks with Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz at the Bloomberg Opinion Masters in Business event. Ritholtz's opinions are his own.
Harvard's Feldstein Says Debt to Reach 100% of GDP by End of Decade
Feb.22 -- Harvard University George F. Baker Professor of Economics Marty Feldstein discusses the U.S. debt and deficit. Bloomberg Intelligence's Gina Martin Adams joins the conversation on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Bitcoin Is Just Getting Started on Next Parabolic Cycle, Says Etoro’s Greenspan
May.17 -- Mati Greenspan, senior market analyst at Etoro, discusses the stellar run in bitcoin and his outlook for the cryptocurrency. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.”
Markets Digest New U.S. Trade Tariffs
May.10 -- Krishna Memani, chief investment officer and head of fixed income at OppenheimerFunds, Kate Moore, BlackRock chief equity strategist, and George Bory, Wells Fargo Securities head of fixed income research, talk about market reaction to the stepped up trade war with China. They appear on "Bloomberg Markets: The Open."
Kraft Heinz's Plunge Batters Buffett and Investors
Feb.22 -- Kraft Heinz Co. sank to its lowest level on record after writing down the value of some of its best-known brands by $15.4 billion. Bloomberg's Katherine Chiglinsky and Craig Giammona examine how the company’s struggles impact the prepared food industry and the strategy of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc. They speak on "Bloomberg Markets."
Gotham Asset Management's Greenblatt Says Opportunity Is There If You Know How to Value Business
May.14 -- Joel Greenblatt, co-chief investment officer and managing principal at Gotham Asset Management, defines value investing, discusses passive versus active and the company's overall strategy. He speaks with Erik Schatzker on "Bloomberg Markets."
Putin Says Sanctions Won't Stop Russia's Arctic Development
Apr.09 -- Russian President Vladimir Putin says sanctions won't stop Russia's development of the Arctic. He speaks with Bloomberg's John Fraher at the International Arctic Forum in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Vietnam Airlines CEO on Trump-Kim Summit, New U.S. Route, Partnerships
Feb.24 -- Duong Tri Thanh, chief executive officer at Vietnam Airlines, discusses the opportunities he’s seeing from Vietnam hosting the summit between President Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un, their new route to the U.S., their fleet of planes, the impact of the trade war on his business, their partnerships and their plans for growth. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: Asia.”
Tesla Looks Set to Be Sustainably Profitable, Analyst Says
Oct.02 -- Romit Shah, analyst at Instinet, discusses Tesla Inc.'s surge in electric-car deliveries that could prove pivotal to earning an elusive profit, overcoming a series of distracting missteps by Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk. Shah speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
Tata Is Said Exploring Options for Jaguar Land Rover Unit
Mar.01 -- Tata Group is reportedly exploring strategic options for its Jaguar Land Rover Automotive Plc unit. Bloomberg's Craig Trudell reports on "Bloomberg Markets."
Bitcoin Is Going to Be Digital Gold, Says Galaxy’s Novogratz
Feb.13 -- Mike Novogratz, founder and chief executive officer at Galaxy Digital, discusses cryptocurrencies, where he sees the sector heading in the coming months, bitcoin, his comments on the equity market rally and his top trades. He speaks on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Middle East.”
Bill Gross on Retirement, Funds, Interest Rates
Feb.04 -- Bill Gross, fund manager at Janus Henderson, discusses his career as he retires, how interest rates impacted his funds, and what the Federal Reserve can do to help U.S. debt. He speaks with Bloomberg's Tom Keene on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
Universa's Spitznagel on Fed Policy, Hedge Funds and Insuring Market Risk
Feb.05 -- Universa Investments Chief Investment Officer Mark Spitznagel sits down with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker to discuss the next market crash, the size of the hedge fund industry and worries around hedging market risk.
Blackstone's Private Equity Head Says Some U.S. Assets Are Overpriced, Asset Prices
Feb.28 -- Joe Baratta, head of private equity at Blackstone, discusses political risk, the U.S. and European economies and why he things some U.S. assets are overpriced. He speaks with Bloomberg's Jason Kelly at the SuperReturn conference in Berlin on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Canyon Is Putting On $1B CMBX Short, Co-Chairman Friedman Says
Mar.13 -- Canyon Co-Chairman and Co-Chief Executive Officer Josh Friedman says the credit hedge-fund manager is betting in excess of $1 billion against low-rated debt on U.S. commercial real estate. He speaks with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker in Beverly Hills, California.
KKR's Mcvey on Interest Rates, Fed, China Economy
Apr.16 -- Henry McVey, head of global macro and asset allocation at KKR, discusses low interest rates, central bank independence, and China's economic slowdown. He speaks with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker on "Bloomberg Markets."
The David Rubenstein Show: Citadel's Ken Griffin
Mar.27 -- David Rubenstein sits down with Ken Griffin, Citadel founder and CEO, for a conversation about how he made his first trades from a college dormitory, building one of the world’s great investment firms and his views on philanthropy and freedom. The interview took place at Bloomberg's headquarters in New York on March 14.
The David Rubenstein Show: Marriot CEO Arne Sorenson
May.15 -- David Rubenstein sits down with Marriott International Inc. CEO and President Arne Sorenson for a broad conversation about how Sorenson became the first non-Marriott family member to be CEO, the challenges of leading a global hospitality company in the Trump era, and how he manages dual threats from Airbnb and Google. Sorenson also spills the beans on the "real" story about room service, the mini bar, and why he doesn't care if guests take the soap. The interview took place on April 10 in Washington.
Apple Co-Founder Wozniak on Zuckerberg, AI, Crypto
Feb.26 -- Apple Inc. Co-Founder Steve Wozniak discusses how he lost respect for Facebook Inc. Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg after his congressional testimony. He also comments on the future of AI, tech startups, cryptocurrencies, and Apple's next innovation. He talks with Bloomberg's Yousef Gamal El-Din.
The David Rubenstein Show: Steve Ballmer
Jul.18 -- Steve Ballmer, former chief executive officer of Microsoft Corp. and current Los Angeles Clippers owner, talks about meeting Bill Gates at Harvard, his early years at Microsoft and subsequent rise to CEO in 2000. He also discusses philanthropy and his views on leadership with David Rubenstein in the latest episode of "The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations."
Hudson Yards Ready to Change the Face of Manhattan Real Estate
Mar.11 -- Related Companies CEO Jeff Blau talks about the Hudson Yards project which is about to open on the West side of Manhattan. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
Boeing, FAA Making 'Huge Mistake' Not Grounding 737 Max 8, Hall Says
Mar.13 -- Former NTSB Chairman Jim Hall and Bloomberg Opinion columnist Brooke Sutherland discuss the decision by Boeing Co. and the Federal Aviation Administration to not ground the 737 Max 8 following two crashes. They speak on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas." Sutherland's opinions are her own.
Lyft, Uber `So Far Away' From Generating Profits, Passion Capital Says
Mar.29 -- Eileen Burbidge, founder of early-stage backer Passion Capital, discusses Lyft's initial public offering, competition with Uber, and her views on the tech sector in general. She speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Martha Stewart on Building Her Brand
Jun.20 -- Author and entrepreneur Martha Stewart speaks with Bloomberg's Carol Massar at the Bloomberg Breakaway CEO Summit opening night dinner in New York.
Kroszner on Fed, Interest Rates, U.S. Dollar
Mar.04 -- Former Federal Reserve Governor and University of Chicago Economics Professor Randall Kroszner discusses President Trump’s comments about Jay Powell and the strong dollar, interest rates in the U.S. and his outlook for the dollar. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.”
JPMorgan’s Chang on Global Growth, U.S. Recession, Brexit, China
Mar.14 -- Joyce Chang, chair of global research at JPMorgan, discusses her biggest worry right now, global growth, the chances of a global recession, emerging markets, Brexit and China’s slowdown. She speaks exclusively on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open” from the sidelines of the JPMorgan 2019 Global Markets Conference in Paris.
How Abbot Downing's Ultra-High Net Worth Clients View Markets
Nov.26 -- Jim Steiner, president at Abbot Downing, offers insight on managing the portfolios of his firm's ultra-high net worth clients and the growth of family office management. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets."
El-Erian Says Global Events May Push Fed to Cut Rates in 2020
Feb.12 -- Mohamed El-Erian, chief economic adviser at Allianz and Bloomberg Opinion columnist, explains why forces outside the United States could cause the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates next year. He speaks with Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro on "Bloomberg Markets: The Open." His opinions are his own.
El-Erian Warns of Growing Costs, Risks of Negative Rates
Apr.05 -- Bloomberg Opinion columnist Mohamed El-Erian discusses global monetary policy and the impact of negative interest rates. He speaks with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua and Tom Keene at the Ambrosetti Forum in Cernobbio, Italy, on "Bloomberg Surveillance." El-Erian's opinions are his own.
Chevron CEO Says Anadarko Bid Withdrawal a $1B 'Win'
May.09 -- Chevron Corp. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Mike Wirth explains the decision to withdraw the $33 billion offer for Anadarko Petroleum Corp. He speaks to Bloomberg's Alix Steel on "Bloomberg Markets."
How Away Aims to Be the Biggest Travel Brand in the World
Jul.31 -- Since shipping its first product in 2016, the travel brand Away has sold more than 300,000 suitcases and now has four retail locations across the United States. Co-Founders Jen Rubio and Steph Korey describe the company's rapid growth journey.
Will Bitcoin Rebound in 2019? The Bull vs. Bear Case
The Great Crypto Debate: Part II One year after Bitcoin hit nearly $20,000, what can we expect from crypto in 2019? Participants: Caroline Hyde (Bloomberg News) Joe Weisenthal (Bloomberg News) Michael McKee (Bloomberg News) Mike McGlone (Bloomberg Intelligence) Ryan Selkis (Co-Founder and CEO, Messari)
Kraft Heinz Bull Says 'We Got Egg on Our Face'
Feb.22 -- Scott Mushkin of Wolfe Research discusses his "outperform" rating on Kraft Heinz Co. and the company’s plunge to a record low after writing down the value of some of its best-known brands by $15.4 billion. He speaks with Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro on "Bloomberg Markets: The Open."
HSBC's Major Says Next Fed Easing Could Be QE, Not a Rate Cut
Apr.02 -- Steven Major, global head of fixed income research at HSBC, discusses the economic impact of lower bond yields and how the Federal Reserve can handle easing in the future. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Why Citron's Andrew Left Is Making a U-Turn on Tesla
Oct.23 -- Andrew Left, Citron Research founder, explains his bullish position on Tesla Inc. and his outlook for pot stocks. He speaks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu and Caroline Hyde on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
Yale's Roach Sees U.S. in Danger of Repeating Past Tariff Mistakes
May.13 -- Yale Professor Stephen Roach and Bloomberg's Marty Schenker discuss the state of U.S.-China trade talks amid the escalation of a tariff war between the two nations. They speak on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
China Is Executing Its Global Agenda Perfectly Well, Economist Says
Sep.11 -- Dambisa Moyo, global economist and author of the book "Edge of Chaos: Why Democracy Is Failing to Deliver Economic Growth -- and How to Fix It," discusses China's growing global status as President Xi Jinping and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin meet for a third time this year. Moyo speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance" alongside Erik Nielsen, chief economist at UniCredit.
Bridgewater's Dalio Saw 'Mistake' of 1980's Losses as Turning Point
Nov.19 -- Ray Dalio, founder at Bridgewater Associates, examines the events that led to the reboot of his firm and the lessons he learned from the "terrible" experience. He speaks with Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz at the Bloomberg Opinion Masters in Business event. Ritholtz's opinions are his own.
Brazil Begins Enacting Bolsonaro's Economic Plans
Feb.12 -- Oscar Decotelli, chief executive officer at DXA Investments, and Bloomberg Intelligence's Damian Sassower examine economic changes in Brazil under President Jair Bolsonaro. They speak on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
Bank CEOs See Brexit as a Challenge, Not a Systemic Risk
Apr.10 -- Chief Executive Officers from seven banks discuss the extent of risks associated with Brexit and how their firms have prepared for the event. Michael Corbat of Citigroup Inc., Jamie Dimon of JPMorgan Chase & Co., James Gorman of Morgan Stanley, Brian Moynihan of Bank of America Corp., Ronald O'Hanley of State Street Corporation, Charles Scharf of Bank of New York Mellon Corp., and David Solomon of Goldman Sachs Group Inc., respond to questions from Rep. Patrick McHenry, a Republican from North Carolina, before the House Financial Services Committee.
Uber Ready to Trade Today After Raising $8.1 Billion in IPO
May.10 -- Kathleen Smith, Renaissance Capital principal, and Ygal Arounian, Wedbush Securities research analyst, discuss Uber's IPO. They appear on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."