Europe's Refugee Crisis
Mattress Firm Holding Corp. agreed to buy rival Sleepy’s for $780 million, uniting the two largest specialty mattress retailers in the U.S.
Canadians find out this week how well their economy functions without oil as the main driver.
Tribune Publishing Co., owner of the Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune, rose almost 10 percent Monday after media magnate Rupert Murdoch tweeted that the company may be sold.
Oil at $35 a barrel for a period of five years would trigger a 26 percent collapse in Canadian home prices, according to stress tests run by Canada’s housing agency.
When Chinese liquor store owner Lu Ruibo saw a loan offer pop up on his mobile phone, it was far from the perfect deal: the annualized interest rate was more than 20 percent.
India eased overseas loan rules for local companies, allowing them to borrow from long-term lenders such as pension, insurance and sovereign wealth funds in a bid to widen their sources of capital and potentially reducing finance costs.
Nigeria’s stocks fell to their lowest level in almost three years as foreigners exited the market amid fading hopes that President Muhammadu Buhari’s government can revive an economy growing at its slowest pace this century.
President Barack Obama told world leaders that the climate talks that opened Monday in Paris mark a turning point for collective action on global warming and stand as a rejection of the terrorists who struck the French capital a little more than two weeks ago.
The rand weakened to an all-time low and bonds tumbled as South Africa’s trade deficit widened more than expected in October to the biggest shortfall in nine months, before credit-rating reviews this week that may bring the country closer to junk.
India’s economy grew faster than estimated before central bank Governor Raghuram Rajan reviews interest rates on Tuesday for a final time this year.
Bloomberg's Tracy Alloway discusses ECB and Fed policies with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu and Joe Weisenthal on "What'd You Miss?" (Source: Bloomberg)
Bloomberg ‹GO› hosted by Stephanie Ruhle and David Westin. Guests include Gene Spiegelman of Cushman & Wakefield, Bank of America Merrill Lynch Developed Europe Economics Head Gilles Moec and Nigel Travis, group chairman and chief executive officer at Dunkin' Brands. (Source: Bloomberg)
Bloomberg's Joe Weisenthal talks about what he's following ahead of today's ‘What’d You Miss?’ Watch the show with Joe, Alix Steel and Scarlet Fu every weekday at 4 p.m. ET on Bloomberg. (Source: Bloomberg)
BNP Paribas Director of Commodities Strategy Teri Viswanath discusses the price and production of oil and natural gas. She speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
Fidelity National Information Services CEO Gary Norcross discusses the company's acquisition of SunGard. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)