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China May Seek to Lift Demand for Real Estate: Neumann

March 3 -- Frederic Neumann, an economist at HSBC Holdings Plc in Hong Kong, talks about China's economy, its government and central bank policies, and currency. He speaks with Angie Lau on Bloomberg Television's "Asia Edge."

Why Goldman May Be Cutting Singapore Investment Bank Jobs

March 3 -- Goldman Sachs is reducing the size of its investment-banking team in Singapore by about 30 percent compared with the start of the year, people with knowledge of the matter said. Bloomberg's Shery Ahn has more on "Asia Edge."

RBA Keeps Cash Rate Unchanged at 2.25%

March 3 -- The Reserve Bank of Australia unexpectedly kept interest rates unchanged as a weaker currency helps ease pressure on an economy grappling with tumbling commodity prices. Bloomberg's Paul Allen reports on "Asia Edge."

China to Focus on Structural Reforms at Meetings: Wan

March 3 -- Ronald Wan, chief executive at Partners Capital International in Hong Kong, talks about the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference and National People’s Congress, which take place this week. Wan speaks with Rishaad Salamat on Bloomberg Television's "Trending Business."

Sharp Sells Off After Report Company Seeks Capital

March 3 -- Sharp said it’s considering restructuring options after a newspaper reported the struggling electronics maker is seeking aid from two of its main lenders. Bloomberg's Zeb Eckert reports on "Trending Business."

Jefferies's Darby on China, U.S. Markets, Economies

March 3 -- Sean Darby, chief global equity strategist at Jefferies Hong Kong Ltd., talks about the stock markets and economies of the U.S. and China. He speaks with Rishaad Salamat on Bloomberg Television's "Trending Business."

Single Best Chart

Inside the Global Currency War Game

Feb. 26 -- Bloomberg’s Brendan Greeley examines central bank rate cuts in the last three months on “Single best Chart.” Pantheon Macroeconomics Founder and Chief Economist Ian Shepherdson also speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

Student Loan Default Rates Skyrocket

Feb. 25 -- On “Single best Chart,” Brendan Greeley examines the student default rate by graduation year. Jefferies Chief Market Strategist David Zervos also speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

Editor's Picks

At $20B, Airbnb Looks to Join the Sky High Valuation Club

March 2 -- Airbnb is raising money from investors in a financing round that would value the room-sharing service at $20 billion or more, people with knowledge of the deal said. Bloomberg’s Serena Saitto reports on “Bloomberg West.”

Market Makers

New York Office Rents Have `Room to Run': CBRE's Tighe

March 2 -- Mary Ann Tighe, New York/tri-state region chief executive officer at CBRE, talks about the outlook for the New York commercial real estate market. Tighe speaks with Stephanie Ruhle and Erik Schatzker on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers."

Sotheby’s Profit Falls as Expenses Rise on CEO Search

March 2 -- Sotheby’s said profit fell 18.5 percent in the fourth quarter as expenses increased in the search for a new CEO. Cowan & Co. Managing Director Oliver Chen speaks on “Market Makers.” Chen owns no stock in Sotheby’s.

YouTube's Got Viewers, Not Profits

March 2 -- Brian Wieser, senior analyst at Pivotal Research Group, talks about YouTube’s ability to make money and how Google values the website. He speaks on “Market Makers.”

The Russian Figures Killed Since Putin Took Office

March 2 -- Andrew Kuchins, director of the Russian and Eurasian Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, talks about the assassination of Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov. Kuchins speaks with Erik Schatzker and Stephanie Ruhle on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers."

Lumber Liquidators Sold Illegal Flooring: '60 Minutes'

March 2 -- Lumber Liquidators sold flooring containing levels of formaldehyde higher than California health and safety standards, according to the television news program “60 Minutes.” Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu reports on “Market Makers.”

Four Words That Could Gut Obamacare

March 2 -- Bloomberg’s Alex Wayne and Peter Cook report on the fate of Obamacare resting once again on the Supreme Court. Wayne speaks on “Market Makers.”

Bloomberg West

NXP Buys Freescale, Biggest Semiconductor Deal in 9 Years

March 2 -- NXP Semiconductors NV’s shareholders are so enthused by the company’s plans to make its biggest purchase yet, they’re pushing the stock to a bigger gain than the target. Bloomberg’s Ian King reports on today’s “BWest Byte” on “Bloomberg West.”

Why Cardinal Health Decided to Buy J&J’s Cordis Unit

March 2 -- Cardinal Health Inc. agreed to buy Johnson & Johnson’s Cordis business for $1.94 billion in cash, bulking up the medical distributor’s device-making capabilities. Cardinal Health CEO George Barret discusses the acquisition on “Bloomberg West.”

At $20B, Airbnb Looks to Join the Sky High Valuation Club

March 2 -- Airbnb is raising money from investors in a financing round that would value the room-sharing service at $20 billion or more, people with knowledge of the deal said. Bloomberg’s Serena Saitto reports on “Bloomberg West.”

Interviews

Will Greece Need a Third Bailout?

March 3 -- Natixis Asset Management's Philippe Berthelot discusses the possibility that Greece may need a third bailout. He speaks with Bloomberg's Angie Lau on "First Up."

Can Iran Sell a Nuclear Deal Domestically?

March 2 -- Carnegie Endowment Senior Associate and Co-Director of the Nuclear Policy Program James Acton discusses Iran’s nuclear talks and trade sanctions. He speaks on “Bottom Line.”

Why Cardinal Health Decided to Buy J&J’s Cordis Unit

March 2 -- Cardinal Health Inc. agreed to buy Johnson & Johnson’s Cordis business for $1.94 billion in cash, bulking up the medical distributor’s device-making capabilities. Cardinal Health CEO George Barret discusses the acquisition on “Bloomberg West.”

Samsung Introduces Samsung Pay

March 2 -- Bloomberg “Money Clip” Host Pimm Fox reports on the introduction of Samsung Pay. Samsung European Operations Vice President Jean-Daniel Ayme also speaks.