The launch of a U.S. futures contract for bitcoin underscores the virtual currency's increasing mainstream acceptance. In Asia, it already has a wide following among speculators and investors, though regulators are wary.
Heavy snow is causing road and travel disruption across central England and northern Wales, grounding flights, shutting roads and triggering traffic accidents
Dec.11 -- Hatice Karahan, chief economic advisor to Turkish President Erdogan, discusses the outlook for Turkey's economy, fiscal policy, and monetary policy from the country's central bank. She speaks with Guy Johnson on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.”
Federal officials have warned that patients at a Dallas psychiatric hospital are at risk two years after Texas regulators threatened to shut down the facility over safety problems
Dec.11 -- Bitcoin has landed on Wall Street with a bang. Futures on the world's most popular cryptocurrency surged as much as 25% in its debut session on the CBOE. That triggered two temporary trading halts that were meant to cool volatility. Bloomberg's Yuji Nakamura reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."
The man in charge of Britain's departure from the European Union says the chances the country will leave the 28-nation bloc with no trade deal "dropped dramatically" after the two sides reached a preliminary agreement on divorce terms last week
Dec.11 -- David Riley, head of credit strategy at Bluebay Asset Management, says the Federal Reserve could raise rates four times in 2018 and three times in 2019. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."
A key government advocate of leaving the European Union says that voters will be able to change the future relationship with the 28-nation bloc if they wish