What Big US Banks are Suddenly Buying, insight into hidden accounting practices by Germany’s biggest bank, more on gold, and an interview with Jos Schmitt, CEO of Aequitas Innovations, Canada’s next stock exchange.
Ivan Lo has an open and candid interview with Jos Schmitt, CEO of Canada’s newest stock exchange Aequitas Innovations. Aequitas is backed by Canada’s largest bank, the Royal Bank of Canada, and looks to improve the current capital markets in Canada.
Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s Justin Wu reports that China’s clean energy investment may slow to $49 billion in 2013. He speaks with Rishaad Salamat on Bloomberg Television’s “On The Move Asia.”
Jay-Z vs Diddy: True Net Worth: How wealthy are hip-hop stars? Bloomberg created a way to separate the truly rich from the loud-mouth lyricists.
Jason Trennert, Managing Partner and Chief Investment Strategist at Strategas Research Partners, Neil Barofsky, Adjunct Professor at New York University School of Law, discuss the benefit of hedge funds to investors.
How Deutsche Bank Made Their Loans Disappear: Vernon Silver reports on Deutsche Bank’s accounting that obscured risk and the legality of their practice.
Watch the video as Zacks’ Kevin Cook shows you four charts in four minutes and gives you a look at the broader market from a technical perspective, including the price action of the market. More choppiness ahead, but current strength bodes well for 2nd half new highs.
On today’s “Chart Attack, Fusion IQ CEO Barry Ritholtz and Bloomberg’s Adam Johnson look at monthly mutual fund outflows.
On today’s “Insight & Action,” Adam Johnson looks at how interest rates affect bank stocks, borrowing, and REITS on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.”
An in-depth look at the Canadian housing market including Canadian real estate outlook, affordability issues, trends, and the affect of interest rates. Also we take a brief look at the current US bull market in relation to past bull markets.
Bloomberg News spoke with Zach Harvey, one of the founders of Lamassu, who are making ATMs for people to buy Bitcoins. He tells us how it works and why he thinks they’ll catch on.
Investors who poured $1.26 trillion into bond funds in the past six years pulled out record amounts of cash last month, leaving the world’s biggest fixed-income managers struggling to stem the flow. Bloomberg’s Mary Childs reports on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.”