Betty Liu is editor-at-large for Bloomberg Television and the host of “In the Loop with Betty Liu,” a weekday program providing the fastest and most comprehensive coverage of the headlines and major events set to shape the business day ahead. She also hosts "In the Loop, At the Half" on Bloomberg Radio, airing weekdays at noon.
An award-winning business journalist, Liu regularly interviews influential business, political and media leaders including Warren Buffett, Carlos Slim, Ted Turner and Lloyd Blankfein. Before joining Bloomberg Television, Liu served as an anchor for CNBC Asia based in Hong Kong. Prior to that, she was the Atlanta bureau chief for the Financial Times. Earlier in her career, Liu was the Taiwan bureau chief for Dow Jones Newswires - the youngest ever in Asia - and a Hong Kong-based regional correspondent for the newswire. In 1997, she received a Dow Jones Newswires Award for her coverage of the Asian financial crisis.
Bill Gross, manager of the world’s biggest bond fund, said the pace of payroll growth in November signals there a 50 percent chance the Federal Reserve will begin tapering its monthly bond purchases this month.
Europe’s biggest banks, led by Lloyds Banking Group Plc and Deutsche Bank AG, have racked up more than $77 billion in legal costs since the financial crisis, five times their combined profit last year.
Larry Leibowitz, who was the chief operating officer at the New York Stock Exchange’s parent, plans to leave IntercontinentalExchange Group Inc. by the end of 2013 now that the takeover of the company is complete, according to two people with knowledge of his plans.
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