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'Bloomberg Real Yield ' (05/07/2021)
Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro hosts the return of Real Yield. Featuring a round-table including Schwab’s Kathy Jones, Morgan Stanley’s Jim Caron, and Bianco Research’s Jim Bianco. (Source: Bloomberg)
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'Dogefather' Elon Musk Heads to SNL
Dogecoin traders around the world are organizing watch parties for Elon Musk’s appearance this weekend on "Saturday Night Live." Bloomberg's Ed Ludlow has more on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close." (Source: Bloomberg)
El-Erian: Fed Needs to Start Tapering Despite Jobs Report
Mohamed El-Erian, a Bloomberg Opinion columnist, says the April U.S. employment report tells little about what is happening on the supply side but it does reaffirm the Federal Reserve's commitment to doing nothing. He speaks on "Bloomberg The Open." El-Erian’s opinions are his own. (Source: Bloomberg)
Cyber-Attack Shuts Colonial Pipeline
The operator of the biggest gasoline pipeline in the U.S. shut down operations on Friday following a ransomware attack. Bloomberg's Jeffrey Bair explains how the attack could impact fuel prices at the pump. (Source: Quicktake)
Nationwide Protests in Colombia
Nationwide protests are ongoing in Colombia where people are outraged about a proposed health care bill, tax hikes and police brutality. Bloomberg’s Colombia Bureau Chief @anjaralop reports the latest from Bogota (Source: Quicktake)
How a Tech CEO Was Fired After Taking LSD
Justin Zhu, co-founder and former CEO of Iterable Inc., was fired in a surprise conference call mainly because he had taken LSD before a meeting in 2019. He shares more details about the incident and why he believes the decision was also about his Asian-American background. Zhu provides perspective on the microdosing trend in Silicon Valley. He speaks to Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology." (Source: Bloomberg)
World Turns to China for Vaccines
"That has just left a lot of other countries in the lurch around the world." China's vaccine diplomacy is getting a boost as India's #Covid19 crisis stifles its ability to deliver on supply deals, reports @iainmarlow. More: (Source: Quicktake)
IBM Unveils World's Smallest, First 2 Nanometer Chip
Dario Gil, senior vice president and director at International Business Machines Corp, introduces their 2 nanometer chip, which is the world's smallest and first chip of that size. He explains how the new IBM chip will perform better than the existing technology and says it will be used in consumer products by late 2024 or 2025. Gil speaks to Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology." (Source: Bloomberg)
Zell Is Buying Gold to Hedge Against Inflation
Equity Group Investments Chairman and founder Sam Zell says he is buying gold to hedge against inflation, which he finds to be pervasive. He says that President Biden's tax plans, if enacted as proposed, would grind the country to a halt. He joins David Westin on "Bloomberg Wall Street Week." (Source: Bloomberg)
Emirates Launches Humanitarian Airbridge With India
Emirates SkyCargo Divisional Senior Vice President, Nabil Sultan, discusses the critical Covid-19 situation in India, with today's numbers showing nearly 404,000 new cases and almost 4,100 deaths. Now Emirates is stepping in to help by offering cargo capacity free-of-charge on all its flights to nine Indian cities to assist international NGOs in delivering relief supplies rapidly. Sultan says, "Priority is given to any life-saving medical equipment that needs to get to India." He speaks with Manus Cranny and Yousef Gamal El-Din on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Middle East." (Source: Bloomberg)
Wall Street Week - Full Show (05/07/2021)
One of the most iconic brands in financial television returns for today's issues and today's world. This edition of Wall Street Week features David Westin's interviews with Equity Group Investments Chairman & Founder Sam Zell, GM Chairman & CEO Mary Barra, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Litigation Analyst Jennifer Rie, Brookings Institution Visiting Fellow Bill Baer, and Former Treasury Secretary Lawrence H. Summers. The conversations highlight evidence of inflation pressures in the labor market, Treasury Secretary Yellen's comments on interest rates to combat an overheating economy, and the Epic Games v. Apple case. (Source: Bloomberg)
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