Jun.05 — Vera Jourova, vice president for values and transparency at European Commission, discusses Twitter’s decision to label some of President Donald Trump’s tweets, why she supports the move and what the EU is doing to make online content less harmful. She speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.”
Jun.05 — OPEC+ is set to extend production cuts to prop up the oil market after Russia and Saudi Arabia clinched a tentative deal in high-stakes negotiations with holdout member Iraq, according to a delegate. Isabelle Mateos y Lago, co-head of the official institutions group at BlackRock, comments on the outlook for oil prices, supply … Read more OPEC+ Set to Extend Output Cuts After Breakthrough With Iraq
Jun.05 — Hong Kong is ready to defend the currency’s link to the U.S. dollar with the support of the mainland, Financial Secretary Paul Chan told Bloomberg. He says the banks are positive towards the national security bill as they see the merits. Chan spoke exclusively with Bloomberg’s Stephen Engle in his only interview with … Read more Hong Kong Financial Secretary Chan: Ready to Defend U.S. Dollar Peg System
Jun.05 — American’s have been gathering in Minneapolis, New York and elsewhere for memorials honoring George Floyd, the unarmed black man whose death has sparked rolling nationwide protests against police brutality, protests which have now entered its tenth night. Bloomberg’s John Harney reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe.”
Jun.04 — Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Robert Redfield discusses the action his organization has been taking amid the coronavirus outbreak as well as the issues he sees in his opening statement at a hearing of the House Committee on Appropriations, the panel that leads congressional funding of government agencies.