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From finance and politics to tech and entertainment, these are the people who shaped 2018 in unexpected ways.
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That huge investment from a carmaker appears to be influencing the company’s business model, which may not suit all shareholders.
Will it be “ferret up trousers” or some type of “reverse ferret?” We shall soon see.
The government can’t afford to see the industry stumble, because formal lenders are capital-constrained and might not be able to pick up the slack.
The Fed’s own analysis shows that measuring market sentiment is helpful in predicting a recession.
A former Massachusetts mill town illustrates the potential and the limits of arts-based economic revitalization.
Budget Accord to Help Sentiment for Italian Assets, SGMC Capital Says
Massimiliano Bondurri, founder and chief executive officer of SGMC Capital, talks about Italy's announcement that it reached an accord with the European Union on budget, and the implications for Italian assets. He speaks with Manus Cranny and Yousef Gamal El-Din on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Middle East." (Source: Bloomberg)
Binance CEO Zhao Says 'Very Confident' in Cryptocurrency Industry
Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Full Show (12/19/2018)
Dollar Stabilization Would Create Positive Environment for Asian EMs, JPMorgan Says
Yuan Seen at 7.5 Per Dollar in 2019, RBC Capital's Trinh Says
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Trade disputes, exploding global debt and
volatile stock markets were just the beginning.