TD Securities' Priya Misra discusses Fed policy and swap spreads. She speaks on "Bloomberg Markets."
One of Apple's latest and potentially hugely profitable new services is Apple Pay, which allows you to pay for things using nothing more than the Apple device in your pocket or strapped to your wrist.
Retail sales in the United States fell short of estimates with a 0.1 percent gain in October as consumers held on to money saved on lower gas prices.
On "Single Best Chart," Bloomberg's Tom Keene looks at a chart showing real Saudi Arabia and North Dakota oil production adjusted for rising income. Institute for New Economic Thinking Chairman Adair Turner also speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
BlackRock Managing Editor Heidi Richardson discusses her outlook for the markets and Fed policy. She speaks on "Bloomberg Markets."
SEC Chair Mary Jo White discusses the regulation of short sellers, the markets and activist investing. She speaks on "Bloomberg GO."
Former Council of Economic Advisers Chair Alan Krueger and Bloomberg View's Clive Crook react to today's U.S. jobs report. They speak on "Bloomberg GO."
LMC Automotive Senior Vice President of Forecasting Jeff Schuster weighs in on U.S. auto sales and Volkswagen's woes. Barclays Investment Bank Vice Chairman Barbara Byrne also speaks on Bloomberg GO.
U.S. economic growth slowed to 1.5 percent in the third-quarter, compared with 3.9 percent in the second quarter, as companies chose to reduce inventories. Bloomberg's Matt Miller examines GDP and other economic data on Bloomberg GO.
JP Morgan Chase & Co said on Monday it will soon launch its own competitor to Apple Pay that will allow consumers to pay retailers using their smartphones in stores, and it has already won the endorsement of a major group of merchants.
Dartmouth David Blanchflower discusses global deflation, currency wars and the economy. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets."
Kirk makes his case for why the deal will benefit the US, and what the effort to pass the bill through Congress will look like.
Volkswagen executive expected to give congressional testimony, Heating oil usage drops, California governor signs Fair Pay Act and more.
Hillary Clinton is proposing a tax on the flash boys that may be unlike any in the world. Bloomberg's Phil Mattingly reports on "Bloomberg Markets."
Icahn: Tax code could force mass exodus of U.S. companies
Citizens United is blasting the State Department for delays in the release of email messages sent or received by top aides to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. In a court filing Friday, Citizens United accused the agency of defying a court order to produce emails belonging to former Clinton Chief of Staff Cheryl Mills and former Deputy Chief of Staff Huma Abedin earlier this week.
A group of prominent Democratic Party fundraisers on Friday began circulating a letter to encourage a hesitant Vice President Joe Biden to enter the 2016 race for U.S. president.
Former Federal Reserve Economist David Jones, RBS Chief U.S. Economist Michelle Girard and United Advisors Chief Market Strategist Scott Martin react to the Fed's surprising decision not to raise interest rates. The impact could have repercussions for investors and the 2016 election.
Howard Hughes CEO David Weinreb and billionaire hedge fund manager Bill Ackman discuss 2016 presidential politics and taxes.