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  • Bloomberg Television Debuts 'On the Move with Francine Lacqua'

    Bloomberg Television Debuts 'On the Move with Francine Lacqua' New Weekday Program Expands upon Bloomberg Television's Leading European and Asian Business News Coverage Business Wire NEW YORK & LONDON -- August 31, 2010 Bloomberg Television, the global 24-hour business and financial news network, today announced the launch of "On the Move with Francine Lacqua," airing weekdays from 9-10 AM CET. Hosted by Bloomberg Television anchor and senior correspondent Francine Lacqua, "On the Move" provides comprehensive coverage of market openings across Europe, breaking news from Asia, and live reporting on the stories most impacting business around the globe. "Francine's unparalleled access to top business and political leaders gives our viewers competitive insight into the markets and the business day ahead," said Brian Martinez, International Managing Director, Bloomberg Television.

  • ECB’s Trichet Discusses Policy, Economy (Q&A, Transcript)

    European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet responds to questions about the central bank’s monetary policy.

  • Nigeria’s Okonjo-Iweala Says Lower Oil Savings Increasing Risk

    Nigeria’s Finance Minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala said declining oil savings have increased risk in the West African nation’s economy, echoing concerns from the central bank Governor.

  • Petrofac CEO Expects to Meet 2015 Profit Target on Contract Wins

    Petrofac Ltd., a U.K. oil and gas engineer focused on the Middle East, said it will meet a target to double profit by 2015 as new contracts boost revenue.

  • Spanish Bonds Becoming More Attractive, Pimco’s Bosomworth Says

    Spanish bonds are “certainly getting better” as a potential investment, according to Andrew Bosomworth , a money manager at Pacific Investment Management Co.

  • Food Is Showing Element of ‘Overshoot,’ Economist Lawson Says

    There is an element of “overshoot” in food markets, and “therefore there is pressure worldwide, both in the States and in Europe, to look at ways to regulate markets,” Brian Lawson, an economist at Exclusive Analysis, told Francine Lacqua on Bloomberg Television’s “Countdown.” His comments follow.

  • Ifo President Sinn Says He Doesn’t Foresee a German Recession

    Hans-Werner Sinn, President of the Munich-based Ifo Institute, said he doesn’t foresee a recession in Germany.

  • Padoan Says He Doesn’t See Strong Depreciation of Euro

    Italy’s Finance Minister Pier Carlo Padoan said he doesn’t foresee a strong depreciation of the euro, while he would welcome a “softer” level for the common currency to aid European recovery.

  • Roubini Says Dollar, Yen, Swiss Franc May Beat Gold in Any New Recession

    New York University Professor Nouriel Roubini said the dollar, the yen and the Swiss franc may be a better investment than gold if the world economy slips back into recession.

  • Cameron Says Referendum Won’t Hurt U.K. Economy

    Prime Minister David Cameron said the potential uncertainty surrounding a four-year debate over the U.K.’s membership of the European Union won’t undermine his economy’s appeal to global business.

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