Bloomberg TV Canada's Mark Bunting takes a look at the recent rally in gold prices. He speaks with Bloomberg's Amanda Lang and Scarlet Fu on "Bloomberg Markets."
Bill Gunderson reports.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce CEO Tom Donohue on government regulations and the state of the U.S. economy.
Yahoo! Inc. has reached a $4.8 billion agreement with Verizon Communications for its main web business in an all-cash deal that excludes Yahoo's stakes in Yahoo Japan Corp. and Alibaba Group Holding. Bloomberg's Alex Sherman has the details on "Bloomberg GO."
JPMorgan Asset Management CEO Mary Callahan Erdoes on corporate titans teaming up in campaign that calls for changes in how public companies are run.
July 21 -- European Central Bank President Mario Draghi speaks at a press conference following the bank's decision to hold rates steady to evaluate the fallout from Brexit.
Twitter's head of news, government and elections Adam Sharp, discusses news comedian Leslie Jones is leaving Twitter.
Morgan Stanley topped analysts' profit estimates in the second quarter on the strength of wealth management and bond trading revenue. Bloomberg's Dakin Campbell examines the results on "Bloomberg GO."
Dominic Caruso, chief financial officer at Johnson & Johnson, discusses second-quarter results, the company's new product pipeline, and what they are looking for in acquisitions. He speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Bloomberg GO."
Katrina Pierson, Trump campaign national spokesperson, discusses Senator Ted Cruz's continued effort to snag the Republican nomination, and a recent interview with Trump and his running mate Governor Mike Pence.
Enrique Diaz-Alvarez, chief risk officer at Ebury, discusses the Turkish lira in light of the failed coup attempt in the nation and what he sees for the currency through the rest of the year. He speaks on "Bloomberg GO."
Federal agents investigate deadly attack on law enforcement. Martha MacCallum, Catherine Herridge.
Fox Business: Is It Easier To Get a Gun Than it is a Book?
Gina Martin Adams, equity strategist at Wells Fargo Securities, explains why investors are drawn to low volatility stocks in the current market environment and offers her earnings season outlook. She speaks on "Bloomberg GO."