Feb.10 -- While many CEOs have joined President Donald Trump's business advisory council, there is one notable tech standout -- Tesla CEO Elon Musk. Many think his vision to make the world more sustainable will greatly influence Trump's presidency. Bloomberg Businessweek's Ashlee Vance has more on "Bloomberg Technology."
The economic and earnings calendar slowed a bit this week, but markets positively received this seeming lack of news as each of the major US indexes closed the week at fresh records. Here's what you need to know for the week ahead
Feb.10 -- Christian Schulz, director of global research at Citigroup Global Markets, and Edmund Shing, global head of equity derivative strategy at BNP Paribas, discuss the impact of inflation on the Federal Reserve's rate path in 2017. They speak with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Feb.09 -- Nandini Ramakrishnan, market analyst at JPMorgan Asset Management, examines the Italian banking sector and compares U.S. and European equities. She speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Feb.09 -- Principal Global Investors CEO Jim McCaughan discusses President Donald Trump's policy, financial services regulations and his outlook for European banks. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."
Feb.08 -- In today's "Single Best Chart," Bloomberg's Tom Keene and Francine Lacqua display the decline of U.S. manufacturing employment going back to 1939. They speak with Columbia University Professor Jeffrey Sachs on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
SoftBank's CEO Masayoshi Son says the Japanese firm should benefit from President Donald Trump's promised deregulation of the American economy and that he is keeping his options open about U.S. telecoms unit Sprint. David Pollard reports.
Feb.08 -- An 81 percent surge in iron ore prices helped Rio Tinto report its first annual gain since 2013. Bloomberg's Will Kennedy looks at the factors behind the resurgence of iron ore on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
The S&P 500 ended slightly higher on Wednesday as investors digested mixed earnings reports, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average slipped as bank stocks weighed. Angela Moore reports.
Feb.07 -- Jim Glassman, head economist for commercial banking at JPMorgan, examines the business relationship between the United States and China. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
BP raised the oil price at which it can balance its books this year to $60 a barrel on Tuesday due to higher spending following a string of investments as annual earnings fell for a second consecutive year. Laura Frykberg repots
If you want to know how the market feels about US-Mexico relations, just watch shares of Kansas City Southern.
Fares and profits are down at Ryanair, but Europe's largest airline by passenger numbers reaffirms its full-year forecast and says it will use a weak market to expand. Ciara Lee reports.
Feb.06 -- Jane Foley, senior FX strategist at Rabobank, talks about the risks she sees affecting global currency markets. She speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
Toyota Motor and Suzuki Motor say they've agreed to begin formal talks aimed at forging a partnership on Monday. The tie-up may benefit both sides, especially as Suzuki finds itself lagging behind its peers on tech. Ryan Brooks reports.
Yahoo Finance's Myles Udland will get you ready for the trading day with everything you need to know before the opening bell rings.
Feb.03 -- U.S. payrolls increased in January as employers added 227,000 jobs, while the unemployment rate rose to 4.8 percent. Bloomberg's Julie Hyman breaks down the numbers on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
Feb.03 -- Bloomberg BNA’s Robert Tricchinelli discusses President Trump’s review of Dodd-Frank. He speaks on ‘Bloomberg Markets.”
Feb.02 -- In today's "Single Best Chart," Bloomberg's Tom Keene and Francine Lacqua display the moving averages of the Dow Jones Industrial Average going back to July of 2016. They speak with Brian Levitt, senior investment strategist at OppenheimerFunds, on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Feb.02 -- The Bank of England held rates steady while upgrading its forecasts for a second time since the Brexit vote. Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro and Alix Steel report on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
Shell made more money than Exxon Mobil in the second half of 2016, despite the Anglo-Dutch oil major's annual profit hitting its lowest level in more than a decade as it grappled with a deep downturn. As David Pollard reports, Europe's largest oil and gas company showed stronger signs that it was turning a corner following deep spending cuts, divestments and thousands of job losses last year.
Feb.02 -- Uber CEO Travis Kalanick will step down from President Donald Trump’s economic advisory council after criticism from customers and drivers. Bloomberg's Brad Stone reports on "What'd You Miss?"
Samsung may build a plant in the U.S., says a source. LG is also considering one. As Fred Katayama reports, companies are responding to President Trump's criticism about imports.
It's official: The company behind Snapchat and Spectacles goes public. Snap is expected to go public at a valuation north of $25 billion in early March, making it not only the first tech IPO of the year but also one of the largest in a while. The company hopes to raise $3 billion and says it has 158 million daily active users. The Los Angeles-based company said it generated $404.5 million in sales in 2016, up from $58.7 million in 2015. It had a net loss of $514.6 million in 2016, up from a net loss of $372.9 million in 2015.
Feb.01 -- Walter Piecyk, telecom and media analyst at BTIG, examines first-quarter results from Apple. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
Volkswagen AG has agreed to pay at least $1.26 billion to fix or buy back nearly 80,000 polluting vehicles - and could be forced to pay up to $4.04 billion more, But, as Laura Frykberg reports, the emissions scandal hasn't stopped them overtaking Toyota as the world's top auto maker.
We are watching shares of Facebook today ahead of the company’s earnings report after the closing bell this afternoon. And the Wall Street Journal is reporting that Facebook is developing a video app for television set-top boxes, including Apple TV. How does this TV app fit into Facebook’s overall growth strategy?
Jan.31 -- Richard Jeffrey, chief economist at Cazenove Capital Management, and Bloomberg's Michael Moore talk about how U.S. President Donald Trump can affect banking regulations. They speak with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Jan.30 -- Stephen King, HSBC senior economic adviser, discusses the economic fallout from President Donald Trump's policies. He speaks with Bloomberg's Guy Johnson and Matt Miller on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."
Starbucks has announced it plans to hire 10,000 refugees over five years in 75 countries, just days after U.S. President Donald Trump's executive order banning refugees from certain countries. As Sonia Legg reports, many tech sector firms have responded to the policy too.