Bloomberg Daybreak Weekend with host Bob Moon. He takes a look at some of the stories investors will be watching in the coming week, including more possible stimulus and what next for China after the first wave of coronavirus.
Bloomberg Daybreak with Karen Moskow and Nathan Hager. GUESTS: Andy Pekosz Professor: Molecular Microbiology and Immunology Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Greg Valliere Chief US Policy Strategist AGF Investments
Bloomberg Daybreak Host Bob Moon takes a look at all that can go wrong as policymakers struggle to deal with coronavirus. Plus we have a closeup look at the havoc the dollar is wreaking in Asia, what next for the BOE, and politics in the time of coronavirus.
It started as a stand-off between Russia and OPEC that sent the price of oil below $30 a barrel. Collapsing oil prices have huge ramifications for economies and markets -- but also the planet. Bloomberg's Akshat Rathi and Danielle Bochove discuss.
Demand has been destroyed in the global LNG market due to the coronavirus outbreak. Cargoes have been cancelled and vessels are sitting idle off the coast of Qatar. Bloomberg's Jessica Summers and Stephen Stapczynski discuss what further impact should be expected within the LNG market in the coming weeks, arguably the once fastest-growing segment of the fossil-fuel industry.
As the coronavirus outbreak approaches a pandemic, global leaders and health officials are scrambling to contain the fallout. That has sparked quarantines and other emergency action around the world. It's a scenario that was planned for, in one case just months ago, at a gathering of leaders in global finance, policy and healthcare. Bloomberg's Janet Wu was there and brings us this report.
OPEC and non-OPEC producers will meet in Vienna to discuss the group's production-cut agreement. A key topic for discussion will likely be the coronavirus outbreak that has weakened demand and caused oil prices to plummet. Bloomberg's Jessica Summers and Grant Smith discuss what to expect from the upcoming meeting.