Odd Lots: These Were Our Favorite Stories of 2015
Gather ’round Ye Olde Odd Lots fire.
Co-hosts Joe Weisenthal and Tracy Alloway have assembled a motley collection of Bloomberg News reporters and editors to spread holiday cheer by sharing their favorite market stories and happenings of 2015.
Chris Nagi, Bloomberg's managing editor of stocks, is carving up the dramatic market selloff of Aug. 24. Max Abelson, who covers Wall Street, tells the tale of the fall of Silk Road. Deals Reporter Ed Hammond is pantomiming drama in the pharmaceuticals industry, while Economics Reporter Matt Boesler is toasting the world's collective survival of the first U.S. interest rate rise in almost a decade. Meanwhile, Bloomberg View Columnist Matt Levine is hosting his own private liquidity event, and Dan Moss, executive editor of global economics, is going to see some movies in China.