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China Is Concerned of Cross-Border Data Transfer: Zhang

Jul.06 — Angela Zhang, director of the Centre for Chinese Law at the University of Hong Kong and author of “Chinese Antitrust Exceptionalism: How the Rise of China Challenges Global Regulation,” discusses the regulatory storms…

SC Lowy CEO on China’s Corporate Credit Market

Jul.06 — Michel Lowy, chief executive officer at SC Lowy Financial HK Ltd., discusses the outlook for China’s $12 trillion corporate credit market, which is the world’s biggest, after the U.S.. Lowy speaks on “Bloomberg…

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Cautious on Crude, Westpac’s Rennie Says

Cautious on Crude, Westpac’s Rennie Says

Jul.05 — Robert Rennie, global head of market strategy at Westpac Banking Corp., says he’s cautious on crude oil. He speaks with Haidi Stroud-Watts and Shery Ahn on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia.”

Equities Still the Place to Be: Goldman’s Moe

Jul.05 — Tim Moe, chief Asia-Pacific equity strategist at Goldman Sachs Group Inc., discusses his outlook for markets for the second half of the year, his outlook for oil and the strategy for China and…

When Will China Rule the World?

Jul.05 — So when will China overtake the U.S. to become the world’s biggest economy? These questions are more consequential whether for executives wondering where long term profits will come from or investors weighing the…

China Defaults Threaten Eerily Calm $12 Trillion Bond Market

Jul.05 — China’s $12 trillion corporate credit market is the world’s biggest after the U.S. and until recently, one of the safest. But as Beijing forces more accountability on its weakest companies, Bloomberg has launched…

Is Oil Going to Keep Rising?

Jul.05 — Daniel Hynes, senior commodities strategist at Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Ltd., discusses the outlook for oil, which climbed back above $76 a barrel after OPEC+ ended days of talks without reaching a…

Brent Jumps After OPEC+ Fails to Reach Output Deal

Jul.05 — Brent oil rose above $77 a barrel for the first time since 2018 after OPEC+ failed to reach an agreement on bringing back curtailed output. Carlos Caminada reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia.”

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Youngest Nikkei 225 CEO Seeks to ‘Simplify Hiring’ in Covid Era

Youngest Nikkei 225 CEO Seeks to ‘Simplify Hiring’ in Covid Era

Jul.05 — Hisayuki Idekoba, CEO of Japan’s biggest web company Recruit Holdings, which owns Indeed.com and Glassdoor, discusses the company’s investments and M&A strategy. He talks with Bloomberg’s Reed Stevenson.

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Tokyo Stock Exchange: Longer Trading Hours ‘Realistic’

Tokyo Stock Exchange: Longer Trading Hours ‘Realistic’

Jul.05 — The head of Tokyo Stock Exchange says that longer trading hours for the exchange could be realistic in the future. TSE President Hiromi Yamaji spoke to Bloomberg’s Shoko Oda about the market reform…