Trade War Is Now a Coronavirus War With China, Says Roach

May.22 — Stephen Roach, senior lecturer at Yale School of Management and former chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia, talks about China’s deteriorating relationship with the U.S. because of the coronavirus and China’s push to introduce new security laws in Hong Kong. He appears on “Bloomberg Markets.”

Bank Earnings Take Hit From Coronavirus

May.14 — Bloomberg Television’s Erik Schatzker hosts a roundup of earnings reports from the world’s biggest banks, with financial leaders discussing how their quarterly results were affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. Guests include Morgan Stanley Chairman and Chief Executive Officer James Gorman, UBS CEO Sergio Ermotti, Barclays CEO Jes Staley and Credit Suisse CEO Thomas … Read more Bank Earnings Take Hit From Coronavirus

Morgan Stanley Sees U.S. Pre-Crisis Output Returning in Eight Quarters

May.04 — Chetan Ahya, chief economist at Morgan Stanley, discusses economic risk from political tension related to the coronavirus pandemic, and what the U.S. can learn from the reopening of China’s economy. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Jonathan Ferro on “Bloomberg The Open.”

Elon Musk Puts Two Homes on Market After Vow to Sell Most Possessions

Tesla Inc. Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk listed two of his California homes for sale Sunday, days after announcing that he would get rid of most of his possessions. He’s seeking a combined $39.5 million for the Bel Air properties, including one that was previously owned by the late Gene Wilder, according to the listings … Read more Elon Musk Puts Two Homes on Market After Vow to Sell Most Possessions

What to Expect From the Fed and ECB This Week

Apr.27 — Michael Kushma, Morgan Stanley Investment Management global fixed-income chief investment officer, and Bloomberg’s Mike McKee preview this week’s policy decisions by the Federal Reserve and European Central Bank. They speak with Bloomberg’s Alix Steel on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas.”

EU Eyes $2.2 Trillion Plan; ECB Accepts Junk-Rated Bonds

Apr.23 — The European Commission is floating a 2 trillion-euro ($2.2 trillion) plan for economic recovery as stringent lockdowns amid the coronavirus pandemic shuttered factories and halted travel, pitching the world’s largest trading bloc into the worst recession in living memory. The European Central Bank also took steps, saying it would accept some junk-rated debt … Read more EU Eyes $2.2 Trillion Plan; ECB Accepts Junk-Rated Bonds