Hog Wild: China Looks to Hedge the Cost of Pork

China is looking to hedge the cost of its pork addiction. In a country that consumes half the world’s pork, price swings have become so large that they hurt the ability of domestic producers to keep up with demand, even with a herd of 450 million pigs. Imports are the highest ever and exceed all other buyers. Bloomberg's Phoebe Sedgman has more on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)

China's Belt and Road Initiative and Global Commerce
28:27 - Cui Tiankai, China's ambassador to the U.S., Lucy Peng, Ant Financial executive chairman, Vijay Shekhar Sharma, Paytm founder and CEO, and Zhang Xiaoqiang, executive vice chairman and CEO of the China Center for International Economic Exchanges, discuss the impact of the Belt and Road Initiative with South China Morning Post Editor-in-Chief Tammy Tam at the Bloomberg Global Business Forum at The Plaza Hotel in New York City. (Source: Bloomberg)
  • Robert K. Steel Speaks at Global Business Forum
  • Jack Ma Sees World Shifting From Big to Small Companies
  • Bitcoin Likely to Splinter Off Again in November