The Dow came within one point of 20,000 for the first time ever, and the Nasdaq and S&P 500 hit record highs. Bobbi Rebell reports.
Jan.06 -- Harvard University Professor Kenneth Rogoff examines the potential impact of tariffs and the economic policies of President-elect Donald Trump. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Jan.06 -- U.S. payrolls increased in December as employers added 156,000 jobs, while the unemployment rate increased to 4.7 percent. Bloomberg's Michael McKee examines the numbers on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
Jan.05 -- The Minutes of the FOMC's December meeting revealed a central bank concerned about uncertainties and the potential need for "timely adjustments" to monetary policy. Bloomberg's Michael McKee digs into the Fed minutes on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
Jan.05 -- Macy's reduced its yearly profit outlook and announced that it will cut up to 6,200 jobs following a sluggish holiday season. Bloomberg Intelligence's Poonam Goyal looks at the issues facing Macy's and Kohl's on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
The New York Times says its English and Chinese apps were removed at the request of Beijing authorities. Tara Joseph reports.
Jan.04 -- Bloomberg's Tracy Alloway gives you the top First Word headlines on "Bloomberg Markets: Middle East." Watch continued coverage on Bloomberg Television for more on issues surrounding oil, investment, and markets.
U.S. shares ended higher on Wednesday even after minutes from the Federal Reserve's December meeting showed concerns that quicker economic growth under President-elect Donald Trump could require faster interest rate increases to ward off inflation. Bobbi Rebell reports.
It's another year of record auto sales in the US, hitting 17.465 million vehicles sold for 2016, according to Wards Auto.That comes after all of the major auto-makers posted beats in December, with GM reporting an unexpected 10% increase in sales, while Ford and Toyota also pulled out surprise gains.
Jan.03 -- Kuwait and Oman fulfilled production cuts promised in the OPEC agreement, driving prices to 18-month highs in New York. Bloomberg's Will Kennedy reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
Jan.03 -- Dominic Barton, global managing partner at McKinsey & Company, and Ian Bremmer, president at Eurasia Group, talk about the need for increased investment by corporate America to spur U.S. Economic growth. They speak on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Jan.03 -- President-elect Donald Trump slammed General Motors in a tweet for bringing its Chevy Cruze into the United Sates "tax free." Trump says the automaker should make the car in the U.S. or "pay a big border tax." Bloomberg's Marty Schenker reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
Ford scraps Mexico plant and will add jobs in Michigan
Jan.03 -- The US dollar has rallied to a 14-year high on stronger-than-expected manufacturing data. Mark McCormick, Head of FX Strategy, TD Securities tells Bloomberg TV Canada why he expects the greenback to strengthen further in the first half of the year.
Since McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook took the reigns in 2015, McDonald's stock has been a winner, but should the world's most valuable restaurant chain watch its back? Nomura thinks so, with one analyst claiming Starbucks could overtake the chain.
Tech and telecom stocks helped drive the major indexes higher on the first trading day of 2017, extending the post-election rally. Fred Katayama reports.
Apple's future home looks great so far.
The global economy has withstood several crises since 2008 but for financial markets the biggest tests may be to come. After several shocks this year some investors are looking closely at the many politcal risks ahead in 2017. Sonia Legg reports
Dec.30 -- Gene-editing research has been around for years, but a breakthrough technique and the global threat of the Zika virus vaulted the idea into mainstream conversation in 2016 like never before. Now regulators are scrambling with the question: Should scientists tinker with the blueprints for human life? Bloomberg's Kaitlin Meehan reports.
President-elect Donald Trump says wireless carrier Sprint Corp will bring 5,000 jobs back to the United States and OneWeb, a new company, will be hiring 3,000 people. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Chris Cordaro, CEO and chief investment officer at the financial advisory firm of RegentAtlantic, has three companies he’s bullish on for this next twelve months.
NYSE Group President Tom Farley joins Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre to discuss the 2017 IPO market, including the prospects for an unlikely industry group: oil and gas.
2016 ends with record highs for US stock markets and strong gains elsewhere, as a post-Trump rally carries through into a new year and markets shrug off Brexit. But could 2017 be a year or reckoning as risks to the global outlook become reality? David Pollard reports.
Dec.28 -- On "Morning Must Read," Bloomberg’s Micheal McKee recaps the op-ed pieces and analyst notes that provide insight into today’s headlines. Brown Brothers Harriman & Co.'s Marc Chandler also speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Dec.28 -- Bloomberg's Jamie Butters reports on the auto industry. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
Howard Love, a life-long entrepreneur with more than 35 years of experience and author of “The Start-Up J Curve,” tells Yahoo Finance’s Seana Smith that one of the most exciting opportunities for startups is artificial intelligence.
Dec.28 -- U.S. billionaires were the biggest winners among the world’s richest people in 2016, with four of the five biggest increases on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index belonging to Americans. Bloomberg's Robert LaFranco and Michael McKee report on "Bloomberg Markets."
Dec.28 -- Bloomberg Gadfly Columnist Shelly Banjo reports on a potential sale of luxury handbag maker Kate Spade. She speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." Her opinions are her own.
Dec.27 -- Bloomberg Intelligence's Seema Shah reports on U.S. retail sales. She speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
The IPO market is wrapping up a lackluster 2016. A total of 105 companies went public during the year, a 38% drop from one year ago and the weakest since 2009. But Renaissance Capital's Kathy Smith tells Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith why the IPO market is set to rebound in 2017.