China could soon become the world’s biggest economy next year, overtaking the all-powerful United States. But this move by China is what could eventually propel them in becoming a true world power.
Lena Komileva, managing director and chief economist at G+ Economics, and Bloomberg’s Will Kennedy discuss the turbulent week for Glencore and outflows in emerging markets. They speak to Bloomberg’s Anna Edwards on “Countdown.”
There may be more to Fed policy then you think. Here’s a look at how the Dollar and interest rates are used to control the world, seize assets, and assert global political influence.
Bloomberg Intelligence’s Vincent Piazza reports on OPEC and the price of oil. He speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”
Think you know why inflation isn’t higher? We bet you’re wrong. Here’s the truth on why inflation isn’t higher, and how the Fed uses inflation targeting, with real examples and dates to show you how the Fed has managed to keep inflation down despite increasing the money supply through Quantitative Easing (QE).
The September vote on Iran nuclear deal is heading towards a bitter standoff between US President Obama and Congress.
The Iran Nuclear Deal has been signed and is now waiting for final approval. But why is it so important and why is Obama so adamant about getting it done? Here’s a look at the real reason behind the Iran Nuclear Deal.
In today’s “Single Best Chart,” Bloomberg’s Brendan Greeley displays the decline of crude steel output in China. Watch the video to see more.
This week, Ivan Lo shares the real reason why oil prices are rising. Contrary to what analysts and experts tell you, it has nothing to do with global supply and demand.
The Governor of drought-stricken California has called for a $10,000 fine for residents who waste water. This comes in addition to the existing penalty of $500 for serving water in bars and restaurants unless customers ask for it. RT’s Lindsay France reports.