Greece: Back in Crisis
As investors mulled Friday’s disappointing U.S. payrolls data one thing is clear, the dollar is losing out as prospects of the Federal Reserve pulling the trigger on higher interest rates this year diminish.
Worried about China’s economic slowdown, oil at its lowest price in six years or Volkswagen AG’s diesel scandal? Dealmakers aren’t. Yet.
Wind turbine-maker Nordex SE said it will buy a windpower business from Spain’s Acciona SA for 785 million euro ($880 million) in cash and stock to bolster its presence in the Americas and emerging markets.
The great recovery in U.S. manufacturing jobs -- a surprising five-year surge that blossomed in the aftermath of the financial crisis and added almost 900,000 people to payrolls across the country -- appears to be dead. Or at the very least, on hold.
Hedge funds raised bearish bets on U.S. natural gas to a record as warm weather threatened to crimp demand for the heating fuel this winter.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said Sunday on state television that U.S. President Barack Obama promised his country new models of defensive weapons amid a cease-fire with pro-Russian separatists.
Bill Mann isn’t letting an almost 50 percent loss on his investment in Sberbank PJSC get him down.
Saudi Arabia’s net foreign assets dropped to the lowest level in more than two years in August, as the world’s largest crude exporter grappled with oil prices below $50 a barrel.
Russia intensified its bombardment of militant targets in Syria with warplanes flying more than 20 missions, as U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron joined calls for Moscow to change course in an intervention he described as a “grave mistake.”
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu instructed security forces to accelerate the demolition of homes of Palestinians who attack Israelis, deploy more forces in Jerusalem and the West Bank and employ detentions without trial more widely after four Israelis were killed in two separate assaults.
Full episode of "What'd You Miss?" Guests: Michelle Meyer, BofA Merrill Lynch's deputy head of U.S. economics, and Tom Lee, Fundstrat Global Advisors' head of research. (Source: Bloomberg)
Ben Lerer, Lerer Hippeau Ventures' managing partner and Thrillist Media Group's chief executive officer, discusses Axel Springer buying a stake in Thrillist and his vision for the future of the media company with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)
Bloomberg’s Emily Chang reports on how the motion picture “The Martian” was originated on “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Bloomberg’s Matthew Boesler reports on what’s next for the job market. He speaks on “What’d You Miss.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Fundstrat Global Advisors research head Tom Lee discusses why investors should buy biotech with Bloomberg's Joe Weisenthal and Alix Steel on "What'd You Miss?" (Source: Bloomberg)