Renters vs. Homeowners in the United States: Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu looks at the surge in Americans choosing to rent instead of owning a home.
The mother of all bubbles? In today’s “Single Best Chart,” Scarlet Fu displays the gap between GDP and the Fed fund rate that suggests a coming bubble.
A look at how China’s problems, both fudged numbers and liquidity crunch, affects Canada, and the looming financial disaster that’s bigger than subprime.
The flooding in Alberta has devastated homes and left many citizens stranded without a place to stay. Why wasn’t this predicted? Claire Martin explains how the flooding in Alberta unfolded so quickly and unexpectedly.
In today’s “Single Best Chart,” Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu displays the cash squeeze in China as the overnight lending rate surged to a record Thursday before the People’s Bank of China intervened. She speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”
Bloomberg’s Sara Eisen reports that unrest in Brazil continues as the most violent night yet claimed the first life lost in the protests.
China’s manufacturing contraction deepens and is shrinking at a faster pace this month, after interbank borrowing costs surged to the highest in seven years
Pimco Co-Chief Investment Officer Bill Gross reacts to Ben Bernanke’s news conference and Fed statement on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.”
Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu examines too big to fail banks and the effect government support has on big bank credit ratings.
Filmmaker Robert Stone discusses the safety of nuclear energy and use as an alternative to fossil fuels. He speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “In The Loop.”
Uranium is set to rebound from its worst slump in seven years as Japan, once the world’s third- biggest nuclear-power producer, starts reactors after safety requirements are put into effect next month. Julie Hyman reports on Bloomberg Television’s “Money Moves.”