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Matt Miller and Hannah Elliott have a new podcast focused on cars. Listen for drive reviews, news updates and dealership details from auto industry insiders.     If you like this episode, download more and subscribe on Apple, Spotify or anywhere you get your podcasts.     Apple: http://apple.co/4935eTf     Spotify: http://spoti.fi/3MaWkJT     Anywhere: http://bit.ly/3QqrPC2      See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Published 11/12/23
In this week’s edition of the Bloomberg podcast, Bloomberg Intelligence analysts discuss the findings and impacts of their research: Navigating Euro Bull View as Positive Catalysts Soon Into Focus -- Audrey Childe-Freeman says supportive euro and euro-dollar price action is coming into place. Tesla Hard Charging Nudges ChargePoint, Blink, EVgo to Oblivion -- Andreas Krohn explains why Elon Musk's charging plan is proving tough to beat. 15-Year Mortgage Resilience Levels Field vs. 30-Years...
Published 11/10/23
In this week’s edition of the Bloomberg podcast, Bloomberg Intelligence analysts discuss the findings and impacts of their research:EU Resilient Margin, 3Q EPS Not Enough to Calm Investors Angst -- Tim Craighead explains why stocks are dropping even with better-than-expected margins.Earnings Stronger Than Feared, Pacing 2% Gain to End Drought -- Gina Martin Adams lays out the meaning of the unexpected rise in profits.Tesla Supply Chain Can Dodge China's Natural Graphite Salvo -- Steve Man...
Published 11/03/23
In this week’s edition of the Bloomberg podcast, Bloomberg Intelligence analysts discuss the findings and impacts of their research:  Miners Defy Iron Ore, Met Coal Buoyancy as Consensus Capitulates -- Alon Olsha explains why mining stocks aren’t buying into the stubborn strength of iron ore and metallurgical coal markets.  Deep Dive: Copper’s Fast-Rising Supply Gives Way to Demand Surge -- Grant Sporre lays out the longer-term forces changing the industry.  Big Banks’ Capital Levels...
Published 10/27/23
In this week’s edition of the Bloomberg podcast, Bloomberg Intelligence analysts discuss the findings and impacts of their research:  X Draws DSA Heat, But Other Social Media Platforms on Notice Too -- Tamlin Bason says objectionable content following Hamas’ attack will reveal how aggressively EU regulators will wield new enforcement powers.  Alternative-Assets Fundraising Slips, Yet Private Credit Robust -- Paul Gulberg says private capital fundraising is on track to finish this year 20%...
Published 10/20/23
 In this week’s edition of the Bloomberg podcast, Bloomberg Intelligence analysts discusses the findings and impacts of their research: Few Reasons to Push Pound Bears Off Their Ledge Now -- Audrey Childe-Freeman lays her outlook after the pound's dramatic change in fortunes. Apple iPhone 15 Unit Sales Likely to Stagnate in US -- Anurag Rana says while unit sales may flatten, revenue could hold up demand for higher-priced phones. A Napa Valley $55 Billion M&A Harvest as Founding...
Published 10/14/23
In this week’s edition of the Bloomberg podcast, a Bloomberg Intelligence analyst discusses the findings and impacts of his research:  Peak Oil Demand Delayed, Energy Transition to Slow -- Salih Yilmaz lays out the results of a survey anticipating delays in peak oil demand and electric-vehicle adoption. Boeing 2024 Outlook: Maximizing Recovery With Deliveries -- George Ferguson says the 737 Max is the key to Boeing’s turnaround.     Deep Dive: Global Auto Profits Split; China Gains as EU,...
Published 10/06/23
In this week’s special edition of the Bloomberg podcast, a Bloomberg Intelligence analyst discusses the findings and impacts of his research: Higher for Longer Has Regional Banks Craving Interest-Rate Cuts -- Herman Chan warns about the changing trends for smaller banks and implications for the regional banks. The Bloomberg Intelligence radio show with Paul Sweeney and Alix Steel podcasts through Apple’s iTunes, Spotify and Luminary. It broadcasts on Saturdays and Sundays at noon on...
Published 09/29/23
In this week’s Bloomberg podcast, Bloomberg Intelligence analysts discuss the findings and impacts of their research: HSBC $40 Billion-Plus Scope for Returns Overlooked -- Tomasz Noetzel explains how HSBC's scope to return capital, especially through buybacks, is under-appreciated. Regional Banks' Regulatory Burden Rises, But Appears Manageable -- Herman Chan lays out how proposed rules on capital and long-term debt will be tougher on big banks than regionals. Crop-Price Ratios Signal...
Published 09/22/23
In this week’s Bloomberg podcast, Bloomberg Intelligence analysts discuss the findings and impacts of their research:  US E-Commerce Heads to $2.55 Trillion as Amazon Gets Company -- Poonam Goyal lays out how e-commerce could make up 33% of retail sales by 2027 from 25% today.  EU Appetite for Regulating Big Tech Shows No Signs of Easing -- Tamlin Bason explains the potential impacts of the continuing regulatory push.  AI Chips, Hardware Pivotal vs. Cloud, Cybersecurity, Metaverse --...
Published 09/15/23
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Published 09/12/23
Obesity Doctors Envisage More Access; Hurdles Persist -- Michael Shah talks about the findings from his survey of 100 doctors about the biggest weight-loss drugs. Canada Banks Might Need Charges to Boost Leverage -- Paul Gulberg explains why the banks may build additional loan provisions and face other challenges. Regional Banks Find Clarity as Debt, Capital Rules Unveiled -- Herman Chan says tougher regulations regarding capital and long-term debt look manageable. Aldi Aims to Be Bigger...
Published 09/08/23
In this week’s Bloomberg podcast, Bloomberg Intelligence analysts discuss the findings and impacts of their research: QQQ Is Tough to Beat; Baron Alone Did It Over 5, 10, 15 Years -- David Cohne says only one equity fund -- the Baron Partners Fund -- has outperformed the massive QQQ ETF. Spot Bitcoin ETF Odds Jump After SEC's Decisive Court Loss -- James Seyffart explains why the chances of approvals are jumping and almost a certain call by next year. Loan Default Rate Stays at 0.5% and...
Published 09/01/23
In this week’s Bloomberg podcast, Bloomberg Intelligence analysts discuss the findings and impacts of their research:  Companies on 2H CEO Pay Watchlist Face Stronger Scrutiny -- Andrius Tilvikas examines Stoxx 600 companies where executive pay doesn’t align with shareholder interests.  Copper Green-Power Demand Set to Double in Decade of Buildouts -- Grant Sporre lays out the effects of energy security and decarbonization.  Disney Keeps Stream Dream Alive, Set to Surge Past Estimates --...
Published 08/25/23
In this week’s Bloomberg podcast, Bloomberg Intelligence analysts discuss the findings and impacts of their research:  Italy Tax Clarification May Recoup Some Losses, But Risks Linger -- Lento Tang discusses the impact of the new ceiling on windfall taxes.  Falling Mortgage Prepayments Hint That Homeowners Are Stuck -- Erica Adelberg explains the impact on the mortgage market as fewer homeowners relocate.  Energy Drinks Help Extend US Beverages’ 2Q Blowout -- Kenneth Shea says more gains...
Published 08/18/23
In this week’s Bloomberg podcast, Bloomberg Intelligence analysts discuss the findings and impacts of their research:   Kering's Valentino Swoop Is a Great Fit at a Decent Price and LVMH Offsets Lighter US With High End, China -- Deborah Aitken explores recent moves in luxury goods. Netflix’s New Black Is Free Cash Flow on Likely 5x Surge by 2025 -- Geetha Ranganathan explains why cash flow could be five times higher than 2022 and 9% above consensus. `Manic' Stage Signal Greedy Market's...
Published 08/11/23
In this week’s Bloomberg podcast, Bloomberg Intelligence analysts discuss the findings and impacts of their research:  UK Homebuyers Sacrifice to Cope With Surging Rates: BI Survey -- Iwona Hovenko explains how buyers are adjusting to the highest rates since at least 2010.  Rebound for PCs? Not Yet, But Soon. Dell, HP Finally Steadying -- Woo Jin Ho says the market should finally stabilize in the second half as Dell, Lenovo and HP move past an inventory glut. Walmart or Target: Who Fared...
Published 08/04/23
In this week’s Bloomberg podcast, Bloomberg Intelligence analysts discuss the findings and impacts of their research: Rising Wheat Prices May Harm European Foodmakers Eventually -- Duncan Fox says wheat may remain volatile in light of attacks on Ukraine's ports.Intel's Competitive Challenges Intensify as AMD Takes Share -- Kunjan Sobhani explains the many threats to the computer chipmaker.PepsiCo Can Augment Growth by Munching on Adjacent Snack Market -- Kenneth Shea says the time is right to...
Published 07/28/23
In this week’s edition of the Bloomberg podcast, Bloomberg Intelligence analysts discuss what will shape the outlook for investment strategies and industries for the rest of 2023:Container Shipping’s 85% Rate Plunge Hits Rock Bottom? Maybe Not -- Stephane Kovatchev explains why rates still have room to sink further.Midyear Outlook: Global Specialty Chemicals -- Sean Gilmartin says volume will remain a pain point as economies in key regions weaken.Midyear Outlook: Global E-Commerce -- Poonam...
Published 07/21/23
In this week’s edition of the Bloomberg podcast, Bloomberg Intelligence analysts discuss what will shape the outlook for investment strategies and industries for the rest of 2023:  Credit Outlook and High Yield 3Q Investor Survey -- Mahesh Bhimalingam lays out why investor views have shifted positive on high yield returns. North America Telecommunications -- John Butler says rising competition, pricing pressure, tough comparisons and a choppy economy will limit growth.  Global...
Published 07/14/23
In this week’s edition of the Bloomberg podcast, Bloomberg Intelligence analysts discuss their top ideas for 3Q and what will shape the outlook for investment strategies and industries for the rest of 2023:10 Focus Ideas to Watch for 3Q -- Tim Craighead lays out the companies where our analysts have differentiated fundamental views. North America Electrical Equipment -- Mustafa Okur explains why the second half may get tougher after a strong first quarter. US Municipal Credit -- Eric...
Published 07/07/23
In this week’s edition of the Bloomberg podcast, Bloomberg Intelligence analysts discuss what will shape the outlook for investment strategies and industries for the rest of 2023: European P&C Insurance -- Kevin Ryan explains why insurers likely won't be able to increase rates enough to fully offset rising expenses for claims. Global Application Software and Global IT Services-- Anurag Rana says AI hype won't be enough to overcome slowing growth as companies cut IT spending. North...
Published 06/30/23
In this week’s edition of the Bloomberg podcast, Bloomberg Intelligence analysts discuss their research and what will shape the outlook for investment strategies and industries for the rest of 2023: Anti-Obesity Drugs: Novo Nordisk, Eli Lilly in Powerhouse Battle -- Michael Shah examines the potential $44 billion market for obesity drugs. Global Market Structure -- Larry Tabb looks at the split between Wall Street and individuals on proposed changes to the market's structure. Global...
Published 06/23/23
In her new podcast, Bloomberg journalist Emily Chang sits down for intimate interviews with the biggest names at the intersection of tech, business, entertainment and culture. Join her every Thursday for a behind-the-scenes look at the most exciting and influential trends, and the big personalities behind them.     Listen & Subscribe:     Apple: apple.co/3NzkJda     Spotify: spoti.fi/3Picljp     Anywhere: bit.ly/3PiDrqK See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Published 06/18/23
In this week’s edition of the Bloomberg podcast, Bloomberg Intelligence analysts discuss what will shape the outlook for investment strategies and industries for the rest of 2023: US Regional Banks -- Herman Chan says regional lenders are operating with a defensive mindset after recent bank failures. Retail REITs -- Lindsay Dutch explains why the divide in demand for retail real estate could be more pronounced in 2023-24. North American Hospitals and Managed Care -- Glen Losev looks at...
Published 06/16/23