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China Evergrande Accused of $78 Billion Fraud | Bloomberg: The China Show 3/19/2024

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“Bloomberg: The China Show” is your definitive source for news and analysis on the world’s second-biggest economy. From politics and policy to tech and trends, Yvonne Man and David Ingles give global investors unique insight, delivering in-depth discussions with the newsmakers who matter.

00:00:00 – Bloomberg: The China Show opens
00:04:45 – Looking ahead to Bank of Japan’s policy decision
00:09:15 – Man Group’s Ed Cole on Japan markets
00:25:03 – Evergrande accused of falsifying revenue
00:27:25 – What’s moving Asia markets
00:31:40 – Bain Capital’s Jonathan Jia Zhu on Asia’s private equity opportunities
00:40:37 – Scoop: Top solar firm Longi said to plan thousands of job cuts
00:47:40 – Looking ahead to BOJ and RBA rate decisions
00:57:08 – Nvidia unveils successor to AI processor
01:01:32 – Hong Kong’s new security bill moves closer to being passed
01:12:03 – Why Japan’s small caps may benefit from big wage jump
01:16:12 – Former BOJ Monetary Policy Board Member Sayuri Shirai on central bank policy
01:28:22 – The China Brief: Evergrande’s troubles

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Bitterly: Fed’s Attention is on Inflation

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Kristen Bitterly, Citi Global Wealth Head of Investment Solutions, says that a strong labor market is not enough to take the Fed’s …

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Adani Group Stocks Slide After MSCI Says Reviewing Free Float

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Adani Group stocks fell in Thursday trading after MSCI Inc. said it is conducting a review into the amount of shares freely tradable …

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TSMC Gets $11.6 Billion in US Grants, Loans for Factories

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The US will award Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing $6.6 billion in grants and as much as $5 billion in loans to help the world’s top chipmaker build factories in Arizona. Edwin Chan reports on Bloomberg Television.
For more on this story, please see: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2024-04-08/tsmc-gets-11-6-billion-in-us-grants-loans-for-three-chip-fabs

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China’s Business Environment More Difficult Than Ever: Wuttke

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Mar.29 — Joerg Wuttke, president of the EU Chamber of Commerce in China, discusses China’s boycott of western retailers over their human rights concerns in Xinjiang and its implication for foreign companies working in China. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: China Open.”

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Fed Will Cut Much More Than Expected, TD’s Misra Warns

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TD Securities Global Head of Rates Strategy Priya Misra says the Federal Reserve will start cutting rates much later in the year but will cut a lot more than what markets are currently expecting. She speaks with Jonathan Ferro on “Bloomberg The Open.”

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