Feb.05 -- Amid the coronavirus outbreak, U.S. 10-year yields neared a six-month low, but Bank of America says the bond rally isn’t over yet. Bloomberg’s Dani Burger reports on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.”
New cars producing more carbon dioxide than older modelsDemand for bigger cars drives increase in greenhouse gas emissions, says Which?
Some 47% of domestic abuse survivors have had their post intercepted, opened or hidden by the perpetrator, Citizens Advice said.
The overall confidence score from GfK was still in negative territory, although it was an improvement compared with January and December.
A YouGov poll said that 37% of SMEs across all industries highlighted that pay issues were hitting the mental health of employees.
The European Union hopes to de-escalate trade tensions with the United States but wants Washington to lower steel tariffs or make another goodwill gesture after a series of concessions by Brussels in recent years, a top EU lawmaker said Thursday. European lawmakers were stung when Washington this month
Feb.27 -- Jay Jacobs, Global X ETFs senior vice president of strategy, discusses the impact that the coronavirus is having on market activity on "Bloomberg Markets."
Global stock markets are on course for their worst week since the 2008 financial crisis amid fears over the coronavirus outbreak.New York's Dow Jones recorded its biggest one day points fall in history. The Wall Street index fell by 1,191 points or 4.4 per cent.
Coronavirus fears trigger biggest one-day fall on US stock market. Dow plunges 1,190 points as analysts say virus could inflict as much damage as 2008 crisis
Feb.27 -- Kirk Hartman, Wells Fargo Asset Management president and global chief investment officer, comments on the recent sell-off in stocks. He speaks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu and Joe Weisenthal on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
Fears of a sustained global economic impact as the coronavirus rapidly spreads beyond China have sent investors scrambling to find safety less than 10 days after the U.S. stock market set record highs. The S&P 500 fell more than 4% on Thursday, extending a market rout that has now sliced more than
Amazon also removed tens of thousands of deals from merchants merchant offers that it said attempted to price-gouge customers. The coronavirus has caused at least 2,797 deaths globally. One offer comparison site showed recent examples of higher-than-usual prices for masks on Amazon made by U.S. industrial
Feb.27 -- Brandywine Global is developing alternative high frequency data to check the pulse of the Chinese economy and how fast the recovery could be. Brandywine Global portfolio manager Tracy Chen speaks with Paul Allen on "Bloomberg Markets."
Facebook Inc will provide a way for people to track political sponsored content on Facebook and Instagram ahead of the U.S. presidential election, it said on Thursday. The move comes after U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg's campaign started paying popular meme accounts on
The outbreak could have an impact on the company's manufacturing, supply chain and clinical trial operations, Pfizer said under the risk factors section of a regulatory filing. The outbreak that began in Wuhan at the end of last year has killed over 2,700 in China, with over 78,000 confirmed cases
Feb.27 -- Scott Minerd, Guggenheim Partners co-founder and Guggenheim Global chief investment officer, discusses what the coronavirus outbreak could mean for financial markets. He speaks during an interview with Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu and Joe Weisenthal on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
Facebook cancels annual developer conference amid coronavirus concerns. Microsoft and Epic Games also announce they will not be attending this year’s Game Developers Conference in San Francisco
A market in turmoil over fears of a coronavirus-induced global recessionGoldman Sachs is warning of zero US earnings if the outbreak becomes widespread
Feb.27 -- Scott Minerd, Guggenheim Partners co-founder and Guggenheim Global chief investment officer, admits the economic shock caused by the coronavirus outbreak could possibly be the worst thing he's seen in his career. He speaks during an interview with Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu and Joe Weisenthal
Italian prime Minister Giuseppe Conte called on Thursday for a rethink of European competition rules that he said could stand in the way of creating European champions capable of competing in global markets in sectors including automobiles. Conte said Europe needed to step up collaboration to develop
Watchdog opens NMC Health inquiry amid accounting scandal. Investigation announced hours after shares in healthcare group suspended from trading
FRANKFURT/DUESSELDORF (Reuters) - Thyssenkrupp AG said on Thursday it agreed to sell its elevators division to a consortium of Advent, Cinven [CINV.UL] and Germany's RAG foundation for 17.2 billion euros (14.5 billion pounds) in what could be the world's largest buyout this year. The bidding
Facebook's F8 conference, which attracted 5,000 people from around the world last year, was scheduled to be held May 5 and 6 in San Jose, California. Microsoft Corp on Thursday said it still plans to hold its own developer conference in Seattle later in May but withdrew from a gaming conference
The Rainforest Alliance said it was strengthening its cocoa certification programme after its Utz scheme came under fire last year for auditing lapses that resulted in it certifying cocoa farmed by children or grown in protected forests. The move follows a Washington Post report last year that found