Intesa CEO Sees Positive Outlook for Italy, Bank

Feb.05 — Carlo Messina, chief executive officer of Intesa Sanpaolo SpA, discusses his 2020 outlook, the impact of negative rates on the industry, and Intesa’s wealth management business. He talks on “Bloomberg Surveillance” after the lender on Tuesday reported fourth-quarter profit that beat analysts’ estimates as trading surged 74% and revenue from fees and commissions … Read more Intesa CEO Sees Positive Outlook for Italy, Bank

Vestas Wind Systems Is Confident Coming Into 2020, Says CEO

Feb.05 — Henrik Andersen, chief executive officer at Vestas Wind Systems A/S, discusses earnings, guidance and margin outlook. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.” Bloomberg Bloomberg interviewed Vestas CEO, Henrik Andersen, after their share price fell 2.5% despite an upbeat outlook for 2020. Andersen said he would “avoid commenting on short term swings in … Read more Vestas Wind Systems Is Confident Coming Into 2020, Says CEO

Mapping how railroads built America | Maptastic ep 3

A new look at antique US railroad maps reveals how cities grew over the past 200 years. The FT’s Alan Smith and Steven Bernard trace how cities, people and the economy spread from coast to coast. See if you get the FT for free as a student: http://ft.com/schoolsarefree or start a £1 trial: https://subs.ft.com/spa3_trial?segmen…. ► … Read more Mapping how railroads built America | Maptastic ep 3

BNP Paribas CIB Is ‘Well-Positioned,’ CFO Machenil Says

Feb.05 — BNP Paribas SA Chief Financial Officer Lars Machenil discusses the company’s financial results, outlook and strategy. The French bank kept pace with gains at some of its biggest Wall Street rivals in the fourth quarter, posting a near 63% jump in fixed-income trading revenue after a rebound in rates and foreign exchange activity. … Read more BNP Paribas CIB Is ‘Well-Positioned,’ CFO Machenil Says

Siemens Faces Protests on Australian Coal Project

Feb.05 — Siemens, the German industrial giant, has warned a market slump is set to continue after quarterly profit missed the street’s estimates due to a steep decline in the automotive machine-building and energy businesses. The results come on the same day as shareholders are meeting where the CEO Joe Kaeser is expected to face … Read more Siemens Faces Protests on Australian Coal Project