Finance

Goldman Entangled In Fight Over Flawed Financier…

Aug.14 -- Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is being sued by a former top trader over a trade in a digital advertising company with a controversial German financier. Bloomberg's Jason Kelly reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."

U.S. Farm Export Prices Decline Most Since…

Aug.14 -- Bloomberg Economics' Carl Riccadonna and Lori Calvasina, head of U.S. equities at RBC Capital Markets, examine U.S. farm export prices for July that declined the most since October 2011 amid a growing trade war with China. They speak on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."

What really matters with your first credit card

Your first credit card likely won't offer big perks, but it should include several important features

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U.S., China Need to Look for Off Ramp, Former…

Aug.13 -- Claire Reade, senior counsel at Arnold & Porter and a former assistant U.S. Trade Representative, talks about the trade disputes between the world's two largest economies. She speaks with Ramy Inocencio and Haidi Stroud-Watts on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."

Next Recession Will Be 'More Like a Flu Than a…

Aug.13 -- Adam Tooze, Columbia University professor, discusses the outlook for the U.S. economy a decade after the 2008 crash on "What'd You Miss?"

There's Enough Money to Raise Wages, Roosevelt…

Aug.13 -- Nell Abernathy, Roosevelt Institute vice president of research and policy, observes that there is a rise in corporate stock buybacks. She argues that there is enough money to raise worker wages. Abernathy notes that companies are not paying enough to find workers and says that enormous consolidation exists across markets.

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