Continental AG’s finance chief called last week’s China-related global stock slide an “overreaction” and said he still sees growth in that nation’s auto industry next year while Brazil remains little changed.
Bloomberg's Kyle Stock reports on the decreasing prices for Jaguar cars. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
Bloomberg’s Matt Miller examines the stocks on the move at the open of today's trade. He speaks on "Market Makers.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Canadian exports surged for a second month in July to the second highest on record, adding to evidence the nation’s economy is rebounding from a slump.
Volkswagen AG will nominate Chief Financial Officer Hans Dieter Poetsch as its new chairman, opting for a consensual figure to move beyond a power struggle that led to the abrupt departure of former Chairman Ferdinand Piech.
Robotic selling by quantitative investment funds tuned to volatility and price trends contributed to last month’s losses in U.S. stocks and is only about halfway completed, according to a JPMorgan Chase & Co. strategist.
Harvard Business School Dean Nitin Nohria talks with Betty Liu about the value of an MBA to today's college student and what those graduates are doing with their education upon entering the workforce. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
Extra stimulus on the way?
Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker and Tracy Alloway report on Irene Bergman, the oldest woman on Wall Street. They speak on "Market Makers." (Source: Bloomberg)
Costly new regulations make small banks a bad investment, financier Kenneth Langone said.
OPEC member Venezuela and Russia, the largest oil exporter outside the group, agreed on “initiatives” to bring stability to the market, according to Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo is adding urgency to his efforts to salvage his economic agenda.
Bloomberg's Matt Miller updates the latest markets news. He reports on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
ECB President Mario Draghi unveiled a revamp of quantitative easing and signaled officials might expand stimulus if the rout in financial markets continues to weigh on growth and inflation. Bloomberg Intelligence's Carl Riccadonna reports on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
U.S. inflation, which the Federal Reserve has tied to its decision of when to raise interest rates, is being restrained more by labor market slack than the transitory influences of a stronger dollar and lower oil prices, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. economists said.
A new home-price index is a warning sign for some property markets
A former Lloyds Banking Group Plc trader sued the bank for unfair dismissal after he was fired in the wake of the company’s fines for Libor manipulation.
New York’s first real estate project financed significantly though crowdfunding is set to open, a step forward for a nascent investing model that has yet to prove itself in commercial property.
TPG Capital, the private equity firm run by David Bonderman, hired Ladder Capital Corp.’s Greta Guggenheim to head its newly formed real estate debt unit.
Sorry, now you can’t afford Queens, either. Apartment sales in the outer boroughs are higher than ever
Alejandro Maldonado, a 79-year-old former congressman and head of Guatemala’s constitutional court, will be sworn in as president after a bribery scandal prompted Otto Perez Molina to resign.
Obama may join other presidents who have tried and failed to contain industrial dust
Deutsche Bank AG hired health-care investment banker Shawn Cross from Wells Fargo & Co., according a person with knowledge of the matter.
The regulator says the upstart must rename its Just Mayo
Transgender individuals would gain new health-care protections in rules proposed today by U.S. regulators.