Women To Watch

The mobile and social revolution is upending the way the world does business, and Silicon Valley is home to a new breed of women leaders driving that change. Bloomberg Television introduces you to four of the women changing the culture of the valley and creating opportunities for a new generation of Silicon Valley stars. Don't miss our special report, Women To Watch on Monday, October 1st at 9pm ET/PT. (Source: Bloomberg)

European Politics: A Reason to Invest or Avoid?
40:18 - European shares advanced, after posting their second consecutive weekly gain, as miners surged and investors awaited the next batch of corporate earnings. A gauge of commodity producers posted the biggest increase of the 19 industry groups on the Stoxx Europe 600 Index as metals prices gained. Royal Philips NV climbed 3 percent after reporting a 14 percent increase in third-quarter profit on improved performances at its personal health and diagnosis and treatment businesses. Investec Asset Management Head of Multi Asset Income John Stopford discusses the outlook for European stocks and investment strategy with Guy Johnson in London and Caroline Hyde in Berlin on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open." (Corrects title of guest in description.)
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