Apr.26 -- Deutsche Bank AG plans to cut back its investment bank to save costs and focus on European clients, retrenching from a decades-long effort to compete with Wall Street peers. Bloomberg's Guy Johnson reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."
Apr.26 -- Danske Bank CFO Jacob Aarup-Andersen discusses the bank's earnings and performance, and talks about wealth management. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."
Apr.25 -- Natixis Senior Economist Emerging Asia Trinh Nguyen discusses emerging markets and central banks' monetary policies. She speaks with Rishaad Salamat on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
Apr.25 -- Hoped-for growth in memory chips became reality when Samsung Electronics released first quarter earnings, pushing the company’s profit to a new record. Investors pushed into shares even with an admission of weaker demand for OLED panels, possibly due to lackluster Apple iPhone X demand as hinted by supply chain producers and assemblers. Ramy Inocencio has the Bloomberg Terminal charts you need to know on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
Apr.25 -- Bloomberg's Lisa Abramowicz reports on the Federal Trade Commission's lawsuit against LendingClub for deceiving customers over hidden fees. She speaks with Bloomberg's Vonnie Quinn and Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Markets."
Apr.25 -- Bloomberg's Jan-Henrik Foerster discusses the improved position of Credit Suisse under the leadership of CEO Tidjane Thiam. He speaks with Mark Barton and Vonnie Quinn on "Bloomberg Markets."
Apr.25 -- Samsung’s first-quarter profit exceeded analysts’ estimates on booming exports of memory chips, but warned of challenges in smartphone demand in the coming months. Bloomberg Intelligence's Anthea Lai reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
Apr.25 -- Charles Schwab CEO Walter Bettinger spoke exclusively with BTV's Erik Schatzker in San Francisco, CA. Bettinger comments on M&A, potential interest in E*trade, and incursions by Amazon or Google.
Apr.25 -- China granted additional quota for funds to invest in securities overseas for the first time in three years, easing capital curbs and further opening its $40 trillion financial sector. Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."