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China’s Early Indicators Show Weak Sentiment

Aug. 26 -- Early private indicators suggest that China's stabilizing economy showed a few more cracks this month as policy makers held back from additional stimulus. Bloomberg's Malcolm Scott reports on "Trending Business."

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Apple Said to Plan iPhone for Japan

Aug. 26 -- Apple is said to be planning an iPhone with features specifically for Japan. We are told the future model will include technology that allows users to make payments with a simple tap of the phone. Bloomberg's Gareth Allan reports on "Trending Business."

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Raghuram Rajan Plans to Return to Academia

June 20 -- Indian rupee forwards fell Monday after central bank Governor Raghuram Rajan said he will be leaving the top position when his term expires in September. Bloomberg's Nisid Hajari reports on "Trending Business."

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Trump Turns GOP’s Dream of Unity Into a Nightmare

June 15 -- Presumptive Republican nominee presidential nominee Donald Trump still faces friction within his own party as the GOP convention draws nearer in Cleveland. Bloomberg's Megan Murphy reports on "Bloomberg Surveillance."

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Pebble Beach: Time for the Most Beautiful Cars to Gather

Aug. 15 -- Bloomberg's Hannah Elliott reports on the most beautiful cars in the world shown at The Pebble Beach 2016. She speaks on "Market Makers."

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Automotive

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Henrik Fisker Sees Electricity Recharging Classic Cars

Aug. 19 -- Henrik Fisker, former chairman and chief executive officer at Henrik Fisker Group, discusses how classic cars have evolved through the years and the positive impact electric vehicle technology can have on the revitalizing classic automobiles. He speaks with Bloomberg's Hannah Elliott on "Bloomberg Markets."

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Oil Prices Will Head Back Down, Here’s Why

June 7 -- A. Gary Shilling & Co. President Gary Shilling weighs in on the price, production and storage of oil. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."

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Craft Cocktails Descend on Vegas Strip at Skyfall Lounge

June 16 -- There is a new bar on the Las Vegas strip disrupting the way cocktails are consumed in Sin City. Skyfall Lounge is a new project from Proprietors LLC, the people behind the New York City speakeasy Death and Co., which turned bartending into an art form. No stranger to experimenting, they are shaking things up from the rooftop of the Delano Las Vegas by serving craft cocktails to the masses.

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Citigroup’s Elmer: U.S. Dollar to Lose Some Ground

Aug. 19 -- Todd Elmer, head of G-10 FX strategy for Asia, ex-Japan, at Citigroup, discusses the outlook for the U.S. dollar, the strengthening yen and the bounce in the euro. He speaks to Bloomberg's Rishaad Salamat on "Trending Business."

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Europe

What Happened to the Oil Rally?

June 17 -- Michael Cohen, head of energy markets research at Barclays, and David Wilson, metals research and strategy director at Citigroup, examine the factors that pushed the price of oil lower this week and look at price moves in commodities markets. He speaks on "Bloomberg ‹GO›."

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China’s ‘Zombie’ Lists Leave Banks in the Dark

Aug. 19 -- Commonly referred to as the "zombie list," it’s compiled by Jiangxi regional authorities and holds the names of the most deadbeat of borrowers: state-owned companies deemed too weak to survive and destined to be wound down. Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie reports on "Daybreak Asia."

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Middle East and Africa

Turkey’s Erdogan Demands Gulen’s Extradition

July 17 -- Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, newly emboldened after crushing a coup attempt, is testing his country’s key defense relationship by demanding the U.S. turn over a cleric he accuses of inspiring the uprising. Bloomberg's Simin Demokan has more on "Bloomberg Markets Middle East."

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The Week Ahead: Jan. 7 – Jan. 14

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