'Bloomberg Real Yield' (10/22/2021)
Jonathan Ferro highlights the market-moving news you need to know. Featuring a round-table including: Franklin Templeton's Sonali Desai, PGIM's Michael Collins and Wells Fargo's Zachary Griffiths (Source: Bloomberg)
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Comments from Taiwan’s president are threatening to upend U.S.-China ties. On Oct. 10, Tsai Ing-wen said Taiwan and the mainland are “not subordinate to each other” and that’s angered Beijing. Bloomberg’s Jenni Marsh reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”
Chinese authorities told Hui Ka Yan, the billionaire founder of China Evergrande Group, to use his personal wealth to alleviate the deepening debt crisis of the troubled real estate developer, according to people familiar with the matter. John Liu reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
Tellurian Vice Chairman Martin Houston discusses how the role of liquefied natural gas will - as a transition fuel - evolve as we advance towards a low carbon energy future. He was speaking with Yvonne Man and David Ingles on "Bloomberg Markets Asia."
Elon Musk was already the world’s richest person before Tesla Inc.’s stock surged after Hertz Global Holdings Inc. ordered 100,000 cars, increasing Musk’s worth by $36.2 billion in one day. Bloomberg’s Anders Melin and Alex Webb report on “Quicktake Charge.”
Angela Zhang, Director at the University of Hong Kong's Centre for Chinese Law, says China is still at a very early stage of exploring how it wants to regulate Big Tech, and we are likely to see more regulation coming. Angela is also the Author of "Chinese Antitrust Exceptionalism: How The Rise of China Challenges Global Regulation."
Monica Hsiao, founder and chief investment officer of Triada Capital, discusses the prospects for China Evergrande Group. The world’s most indebted property developer pulled back from the brink of default by paying a bond coupon before Saturday’s deadline. Hsiao speaks with Kathleen Hays and Haidi Stroud-Watts on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."
Shahid Ladha, BNP Paribas head of G-10 rates strategy Americas, says the Federal Reserve is "increasingly open" to a quicker tightening cycle than previously expected. He speaks with Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Reid Hoffman says Mark Zuckerberg called him immediately after the early Facebook Inc. investor said he is “disappointed” in the social media giant in the wake of whistleblower Frances Haugen’s revelations. Hoffman, a partner at venture capital firm Greylock Partners and a co-founder of LinkedIn, spoke with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang at the Bloomberg Live Equality Summit about Zuckerberg’s leadership and ambitions in the metaverse.
Saudi Arabia's Energy Minister, Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman, said oil producers shouldn’t take the rise in prices for granted because the coronavirus pandemic could still hit demand. He speaks with Bloomberg TV's Yousef Gamal El-Din at the Saudi Green Initiative in Riyadh.