Thu. Mar 30th, 2023

Anchored by Anna Edwards and Mark Cudmore, Bloomberg Markets Europe is a fast-paced hour of news and analysis, building towards the drama and excitement of the start of the cash trade across the continent.
Overnight on Wall Street is morning in Europe. Bloomberg Daybreak Europe, anchored live from London, tracks breaking news in Europe and around the world. Markets never sleep, and neither does Bloomberg News. Monitor your investments 24 hours a day, around the clock from around the globe.
A 10-year-old boy’s local lemonade business attracts some big corporate support. Then there’s Nia the Loc God, a 21-year-old who started her own haircare enterprise, including a salon and a burgeoning product line, becoming a millionaire CEO in the process. Finally, meet the guy who goes from Major League ballpark to ballpark, catching more baseballs than anyone else.
Shell Posts Record 2022 Profit as Natural Gas Unit Thrives
Mizuho Profit Doubles to Beat Estimates as Bad Loan Costs Fall
Traders Who Brushed Off Powell’s Words Face Tests From Hard Data
Sweden Housing Rout Extends to 2023 With Rosier Spots in Cities
Japan Urges Regional Banks to Raise Wages as Inflation Jumps
Southwest Airlines Names New Technology Chief After Disruptions
Climate Change Gets a Funny New Streaming Show
BT Maintains Outlook as Quarterly Earnings in Line With Forecast
Samsung Aims to Outrun Smartphone Slump, Make Headway in China
Meta Shares Soar as Zuckerberg Ushers in ‘Year of Efficiency’
Iran Blames Israel for Drone Attack and Hints At Response
Adani Debate Gets Rejected in Indian Parliament, Causing Uproar
How Extreme Bets Fueled an $11.4 Billion Fortune
Alleged Usain Bolt Fraudster Asked Him for Loan to Repay Victims
The Best Coffee Maker for Almost Half a Century Is Still Serving Strong
A New Breed of Safaris in Botswana Aims Higher Than Just Animals
Talking Softly Without Carrying a Big Enough Hawk
In Ukraine, Now It’s a Matter of Who Attacks First
The Real Winners of the Coming Capex Tsunami
A Portuguese Manufacturer Aims to Unseat Asia in $5,000 Bikes
A 3D Printer Isn’t Cool. You Know What’s Cool? A 3D-Printing Factory
Wall Street: We Want Lower Rates. The Fed: Not So Fast
Japan’s Kishida Rebuffs Calls for Marriage Equality Ahead of G-7
A Woman in BOJ’s Top Brass Would Help Diversity Push, Masai Says
Transcript Zero Episode 25: Meet Sweden’s 27-year-old Climate Minister
Sweden’s 27-Year-Old Climate Minister Is Ready to Quit If Goals Are Missed
Where People Are Happiest — and Saddest — in Big Cities
Hochul Wants a Payroll Tax Boost to Fund NYC Subways, Transit
What Should a New Penn Station Look Like?
Texas Bitcoin Miners Face Damage, Higher Power Costs From Ice Storms
Is China Poised to Relax Its Crypto Ban? (Podcast)
Bankrupt Crypto Firm Celsius Says Some Users Can Withdraw Assets
Report from comptroller says a lack of building in the five boroughs has added to surging housing costs.
Residential buildings along the East River in New York, US, on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2022. 

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Rents in New York have increased faster than in any other major city over the past year, according to a report from comptroller Brad Lander.
Lander, who oversees the city budget, is spotlighting something that’s obvious to anyone who has looked for an apartment, or had their lease come up for renewal, in recent months.


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