We are now closer to global catastrophe than we have been for nearly seventy years. While nuclear weapons have been thought of as the technology that could one day wipe out humanity, they are now making a comeback with the world in a renewed nuclear arms race.
In the latest episode of our Canadian Cannabis series, we take a look at how Canada is missing out on an economic windfall by continuing down a path of restrictive marijuana policies.
On “Before the Bell,” Bloomberg’s Betty Liu and David Wethe report on the repercussions of lower oil prices on industry perks. They speak on “In The Loop.”
Bloomberg Intelligence’s Kit Konolige and Yale University Senior Fellow Stephen Roach discuss California’s historic drought. They speak on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”
Bloomberg’s Matt Philips reports on big oil pressuring scientists over fracking wastewater’s link to earthquakes.
Why Yemen Is Roiling the Oil Markets Yemen is the 39th biggest oil producer in the world, contributing only 0.2% to global output. So why does Yemen have such a big affect on the oil market? Watch as Yvonne Man…
PK Verleger founder and president Phil Verleger discusses oil storage and how the US stores oil, with Alix Steel on “Street Smart.”
The IMF finally approved a $17.5 billion loan for Ukraine. But why? Here’s a look at the truth about the Ukraine bailout and what it means for the world. The answer is not pretty.
John Sfakianakis, director at Ashmore Group GCC, discusses how cheaper oil prices are impacting Saudi Arabia, OPEC’s refusal to cut production and the nation’s global standing as an oil producer. He speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”