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Business - Small Business

Retailers are getting monkey-hammered, but it's time to start bottom fishing
The retail sector got hit hard this earnings season. Here's what we're doing with our portfolio allocation.
- 17 May 16, 5:19pm -
Janet Yellen may start 'reverse quantitative easing' in 2016: asset manager
Following its meeting last week, the Federal Reserve chose to leave interest rates unchanged again. While I believe that the Fed would like to adopt more of an increasingly hawkish stance given solidifying economic data in the U.S. and mounting infla…
- 3 May 16, 6:13pm -
Stocks Tumble: Is This the Start of Another Leg Down?
Peter Tchir, Brean Capital's head of macro strategy, discusses the selloff in stocks with Bloomberg's Joe Weisenthal, Scarlet Fu and Tracy Alloway on "What'd You Miss?" (Source: Bloomberg)
- 28 Apr 16, 10:05pm -
Udacity to Start Offering Classes in China
April 18 -- Udacity, online education company founded by Google X Founder Sebastian Thrun will start offering classes in China. This expansion follows India, and is the company's second major international expansion. Bloomberg West anchor Emily Chang…
- 18 Apr 16, 7:12pm -
Equities the Exception to Expensive Global Markets: Barty
April 14 -- James Barty, head of European strategy at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, and Andrew Sentence, senior economic advisor at PWC, examine emerging markets at the start of earnings season, stock market performance against historical returns, a…
- 14 Apr 16, 11:19am -
U.S. Economic Optimism From BMO's Brain Belski
April 5 -- Brian Belski, chief investment strategist at BMO, examines the path of markets since the start of the year, and discusses his optimism for U.S. economic growth and improving earnings. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
- 6 Apr 16, 12:46am -
Recession talk fades as Q1 ends with a bang
Adieu Q1...Finally, after a harrowing start, it looks like we're wrapping the first quarter with a much needed sigh of relief, if not some measured euphoria. It's easy to forget that just weeks ago, talk of recession dominated the headlines. But Gold…
- 5 Apr 16, 5:22pm -
Banks Face Harsh Reality on Fintech, Growth: Krawcheck
April 4 -- Sallie Krawcheck, chief executive officer at Ellevest, and Bloomberg's Michael Moore examine the state of European banks at the start of the second quarter, the need for banks to adopt fintech to spark growth, and discuss the University of…
- 5 Apr 16, 4:44pm -
Merger Monday: Deals top $37B in 24 hours
And is it just another Merger Monday? After a slow start to 2016, more than $37 billion in deals have been announced over the past 24 hours. Sherwin-Williams revealed an $11.3 billion deal to buy rival Valspar, financial data firm Markit announced a…
- 21 Mar 16, 5:51pm -
Major: Start of a Long, Slow Deleveraging Process
March 17 -- Steven Major, global head of fixed income research at HSBC, talks about the constraints of negative interest rates. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Corrects guest's title.)
- 17 Mar 16, 6:11pm -
Major: Start of a Long, Slow Deleveraging Process
March 17 -- Steven Major, global head of fixed income at HSBC, talks about the constraints of negative interest rates. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
- 17 Mar 16, 11:46am -
Breaking Down the U.S. Retail Sales Numbers
March 15 -- U.S. retail sales dropped in February and the prior month’s gain was revised to a decline, calling into question the narrative that bigger gains in consumer spending would propel economic growth at the start of 2016. Ares Credit Group c…
- 15 Mar 16, 3:13pm -
U.S. Retail Sales Fall in Feb., Jan. Revised Down
March 15 -- U.S. retail sales dropped in February and the prior month’s gain was revised to a decline, calling into question the narrative that bigger gains in consumer spending would propel economic growth at the start of 2016. Bloomberg's Shannon…
- 15 Mar 16, 2:53pm -
MM: Spring cleaning your Finances
It's never to early to start spring cleaning your finances. I'll tell you where to start in this week's Money Minute.
- 11 Mar 16, 4:19pm -
NYSE Trader: Happy Birthday Bull Market! From despair to euphoria
Today marks the seventh year of the start of this bull market. After a tumultuous summer, fall, early winter of 2008, the market hit the depths on Friday, March 6, with the S 500 hitting an intraday low of 666.79. Likewise, the other indices hit thei…
- 9 Mar 16, 6:17pm -
'Brexit' Debate: Big Business vs. Small Business
March 3 -- Cazenove Capital Managment Chief Investment Officer Richard Jeffrey weighs in on the 'Brexit" debate. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets."
- 3 Mar 16, 5:15pm -
Little fuel for Japan's start-ups
Country has infrastructure but lacks entrepreneurs
- 11 Feb 16, 3:52am -
Tech start-ups pitch their businesses
Daniel Garrahan talks to entrepreneurs at Dublin Web Summit
- 5 Nov 15, 6:58pm -
Bringing Bubble Tea to the Philippines
Manila-based businesswoman Juliet Herrera-Chen describes how she built her company, Serenitea, into one of the fastest growing companies in the country.
- 5 Aug 15, 10:07am -
Financial Inclusion Challenge Finalist: Kiva
Kiva is a nonprofit organization that has crowdfunded more than $705 million in microloans to more than one million entrepreneurs in 86 countries. Photo: Kiva
- 15 Jun 15, 4:28am -
What Makes Entrepreneurs Happy?
Money isn't always the thing that makes serial entrepreneurs satisfied. WSJ's Charlie Wells joins Tanya Rivero to discuss. Photo: John Kuczala for The Wall Street Journal
- 26 May 15, 7:30pm -
Small Business Optimism Hits New High in 2015
It’s National Small Business Week, and U.S. Bank’s John Elmore looks at what small business owners and millennial small business owners are doing to create jobs and why optimism is hitting new highs. Photo: Getty
- 6 May 15, 5:04pm -
Small Business Still Feels Effects From 2008 Crisis
A new small business survey from Bank of America paints a troubling picture for business owners, still digging out of the financial crisis. BofA’s Susan Lonergan joins MoneyBeat to discuss. Photo: iStock/Berc
- 29 Apr 15, 3:49pm -
Tax Day 2015: Impact on Small Business
How does the current tax structure hurt small business in the U.S.? National Taxpayers Union’s Brandon Arnold joins MoneyBeat to explain. Photo: Getty
- 15 Apr 15, 4:01pm -

Economy

  • Jobs Report Keeps Dow 19,000 in Reach: Jeremy Siegel

    Jobs Report Keeps Dow 19,000 in Reach: Jeremy Siegel

    April 1 -- Wharton School Professor of Finance Jeremy Siegel talks about the market impact of the March U.S. jobs report and where he sees weakness in economic data. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets."
    - 5 Apr 16, 4:45pm -
  • Markets Jump as U.S. Economy Flexes Job Muscle

    Markets Jump as U.S. Economy Flexes Job Muscle

    Jan. 8 -- U.S. markets surged at the open of today's trading following a better-than-expected U.S. jobs report. Bloomberg's Michael McKee and Oliver Renick examine the strength of the U.S. economy and the ability of markets to overcome the selloff in…
    - 8 Jan 16, 4:47pm -
  • Fed Policy and the Slowdown of U.S. Jobs Growth

    Fed Policy and the Slowdown of U.S. Jobs Growth

    Jan. 8 -- Michael Darda, chief economist at MKM Partners, previews today's U.S.jobs report and points to slowing labor market growth that may hinder the Federal Reserve's rate hike path. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
    - 8 Jan 16, 12:44pm -

Stocks

  • U.S. Stocks Edge Higher in Pre-Holiday Session

    U.S. Stocks Edge Higher in Pre-Holiday Session

    Wall Street traders were poised to push the Dow to another record, following positive news regarding jobless claims. WSJ's John Shipman has the trading roundup. Photo: Getty.
    - 24 Dec 14, 6:44pm -
  • Dow Tops 18,000; What's Next for Markets?

    Dow Tops 18,000; What's Next for Markets?

    The DJIA hits a milestone following strong GDP data. J.P. Morgan's David Lebovitz discusses the markets' mood with Paul Vigna on the News Hub. Photo: AP.
    - 23 Dec 14, 10:19pm -
  • Barron's Buzz: Oil Stocks Are Hot, and So Is Sony

    Barron's Buzz: Oil Stocks Are Hot, and So Is Sony

    There's opportunities for investors in oil stocks. Plus, despite a week of bad headlines, there's a silver lining to Sony's troubles. Barron's Jack Hough explains on the News Hub. Photo: Getty.
    - 19 Dec 14, 10:18pm -

Business