Dec.14 -- Jan Techau, director of the American Academy in Berlin, discusses politics in Germany and what a KoKo coalition may mean for Angela Merkel. He speaks with Matt Miller on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.”
Dec.14 -- Chris Turner, head of FX strategy at ING, discusses the outlook for the U.S. dollar for 2018. He speaks with Anna Edwards and Matt Miller on “Bloomberg Markets: Europe.”
Republican candidate Roy Moore on Wednesday night still had not conceeded defeat after a bitter fight with Democrat Doug Jones. No reporter narration.
Dec.14 -- The future of Puerto Rico depends on more than simply mending what Maria destroyed. Bloomberg followed an ad hoc crew of volunteers into the hardest hit areas to help those in still in need of urgent medical care. (video by Matt Goldman, Thomas Dexter)
Union Minister of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Dharmendra Pradhan, on Thursday, while addressing the students at Sri Sri University in Cuttack, said that formal education and skill are two different things that should be brought under one umbrella for the better future of students. Batting
Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti (PAAS) convener Hardik Patel cast his vote in second phase of Gujarat assembly election on Thursday. Speaking to ANI, Patel said Congress may win the election. He added that he is confident and does not need any preparations. A total of 851 candidates are in the fray for
The red flags have gone high in Nepal, denoting rise of the communist government in the Himalayan nation which witnessed a series of government changes over a period of time. Communist government has emerged as the largest party with the end of vote counts of the first-past-the-post (FPTP) for federal
Bollywood actor and filmmaker Neeraj Vora breathed his last on Thursday after being in coma for over a year. He was admitted to the Criti Care hospital in Mumbai. It is being said that Vohra had been moved to friend Firoz Nadiadwala's house after he slipped into coma. A room in Nadiadwala's residence
Dec.14 -- G Plus Economics Chief Economist Lena Komileva discusses the upcoming Bank of England rate decision. She speaks with Manus Cranny on "Bloomberg Daybreak Europe."
Dec.14 -- Bloomberg's Anna Edwards discusses the possibility of Brexit 'softening.' She speaks with Manus Cranny on "Bloomberg Daybreak Europe."
Dec.14 -- Akbar Al Baker, chief executive officer at Qatar Airways, discusses his new route to Chiang Mai, how the Saudi-led blockade is impacting his business, his outlook for earnings, his order backlog from Boeing, his stake in Cathay Pacific and his outlook for 2018. He speaks exclusively to Bloomberg
Prime Minister Narendra Modi cast his vote at booth number 115 in Ahmedabad's Sabarmati during the second phase of Gujarat election on Thursday. Earlier, PM Modi's mother Heeraben Modi also cast her vote at a poll booth located at Aryabhatt High School in Gandhinagar. Voting for second phase
Prime Minister Narendra Modi called INS Kalvari a fine example of the fast growing strategic partnership between India and France. Speaking at an event in Mumbai Naval Dockyard, where the submarine was commissioned on Thursday, PM Modi called it S. A. G. A. R. which stands for 'security and growth
Voting for second phase of Gujarat election began on Thursday for 93 Gujarat assembly seats in 14 districts. Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley cast his vote from booth no-961 in Ahmedabad on Thursday. President of Bharatiya Janata Party, Amit Shah also cast his vote in Ahmedabad's Naranpura. Voting
Dec.14 -- Facing growing competition from Mideast rivals Emirates and Etihad, Singapore Airlines is stepping up its game and investing $850M to refit all of its Airbus SE A380 jets. Singapore Airlines CEO Goh Choon Phong spoke exclusively with Bloomberg's Haslinda Amin at Changi Airport in Singapore
Republican candidate Roy Moore on Wednesday night still had not conceeded defeat after a bitter fight. No reporter narration.
Dec.14 -- Dwyfor Evans, head of Asia-Pacific macro strategy and managing director at State Street Global Markets, discusses the PBOC's move to raise borrowing costs and what it means for the economy. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
Dec.14 -- Tim Fox, chief economist and group head of research at Emirates NBD, discusses the reform program in Saudi Arabia and his outlook for the economy. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Middle East."
Dec.14 -- Hayden Briscoe, head of Asia-Pacific fixed income at UBS Asset Management, discusses the PBOC raising its borrowing rates and what it means for the economy. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Middle East."
Prime Minister Narendra Modi commissioned the first made-in-India Scorpene class submarine INS Kalvari into the Indian Navy in Mumbai on Thursday. Touted as India's deadliest submarine, the attack submarine was indigenously built at Mazgaon Dock Limited in Mumbai in September this year. For the
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's mother Heeraben Modi exercised her vote during the second phase of Gujarat election on Thursday. PM Modi's mother Heeraben cast her vote at a poll booth located at Aryabhatt High School in Gandhinagar. PM Modi will also cast his vote today, along with Bharatiya
The streets of Mexico City burst with sound and colours as hundreds of clowns went on their annual pilgrimage to the Basilica of Guadalupe, Mexico's holiest shrine. Wearing bright clothes and neon-coloured wigs, clowns marched through the bustling capital's street alongside a statue of the Virgin
A gangster gang member demanded extortion money from a restaurant owner in Gurugram's Cyber City on Wednesday. The gang member demanded Rs. 50 lakh citing the name of their head who is currently, serving behind the bars. He started firing and left a slip demanding Rs. 50 lakh in 15 days. The entire
The Federal Reserve raised interest rates by 0.25 percent but left its rate outlook for the coming years unchanged. "Economic activity has been rising at a solid rate ... job gains have been solid," the Fed's policy-setting committee said in a statement. It also announced that the federal
Voting for second phase of Gujarat election began on Thursday for 93 Gujarat assembly seats in 14 districts. Voting started at 8 am and will end at 5 pm. 851 candidates are contesting for the seats in a state that has had BJP in power for the last 22 years. However, Congress seems to be giving a tough