Hayes Poised to Challenge 14-Year Libor Sentence, Conviction

Tom Hayes, the former UBS Group AG trader given a 14 year-prison term for manipulating Libor, returns to court this week to try to persuade the U.K.’s top judge to overturn one of the longest sentences ever issued in Britain for a white-collar crime.


What's Really Being Said At Climate Change Talks

Major political events are often directed by what is being said rather than what is being done. The climate change talks in Paris are likely to be no different. Bloomberg’s Tom Gibson outlines some key phrases to learn if you want to understand what's really being said.

IMF Expected to Include Yuan in SDR Basket

Mo Apabhai, head of Asia trading strategy at Citigroup, discusses the IMF's decision to include the yuan in its SDR basket and China's factory PMI data due out later this week. He speaks to Bloomberg's Zeb Eckert, Yvonne Man, Angie Lau and Rishaad Salamat on "Asia Edge." (Source: Bloomberg)

Going Off the Beaten Track for Japanese Stocks

Foreign investors who helped fuel a three-year rally in Japanese stocks are now looking elsewhere for returns. Nomura says investors are keen on smaller, but interesting stocks rather than stay with the tried and tested. Bloomberg's Russell Ward reports on "Asia Edge." (Source: Bloomberg)

Yuan's Entry Into IMF Basket May Spark Inflows to China

Adarsh Sinha, head of Asia-Pacific Group of 10 foreign exchange strategy at Bank of America in Hong Kong, talks about the International Monetary Fund's upcoming decision on whether to grant China's yuan status as a reserve currency by adding it to the fund’s Special Drawing Rights basket. Sinha speaks with Rishaad Salamat on Bloomberg Television's "Trending Business." (Source: Bloomberg)