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The 'Right Way' To Do Trade Internationally May…

Which is better, free trade or protectionism?

Yosemite park reopens, but fire's toll on tourism…

Yosemite National Park has mostly reopened after a nearly three-week closure that led tourists to cancel their trips and hurt the bottom line of nearby businesses dependent on visitors

U.S. Farm Export Prices Decline Most Since…

Aug.14 -- Bloomberg Economics' Carl Riccadonna and Lori Calvasina, head of U.S. equities at RBC Capital Markets, examine U.S. farm export prices for July that declined the most since October 2011 amid a growing trade war with China. They speak on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."

Emerson Electric president to retire Oct. 1

Edward Monser, who has been president of Emerson Electric since 2010, will retire on Oct. 1

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What really matters with your first credit card

Your first credit card likely won't offer big perks, but it should include several important features

U.S. Equities Are the Place to Be, Says State…

Aug.14 -- Benjamin Jones, senior multi-asset strategist at State Street, discusses the U.S. dollar and U.S. markets. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."

Tesla forms committee to assess proposal to go private

Tesla creates special committee to evaluate proposal to take the company private, if a proposal materializes

China Policy Errors Made in First Half Should Be…

Aug.14 -- Liang Hong, chief economist at China International Capital Corporation Ltd. in Beijing, talks about the nation's economy and policies. She speaks with Haidi Stroud-Watts and Rishaad Salamat on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."

Markets Right Now: US stocks start broadly higher

Stocks are broadly higher and recovering some of their recent losses as concerns about Turkey's financial stability eased.

Yuan Going Through 'Orderly Depreciation…

Aug.14 -- Eddie Cheung, Asia foreign-exchange strategist at Standard Chartered Plc in Hong Kong, talks about China's economy and currency. He speaks with Rishaad Salamat and Haidi Stroud-Watts on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."

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Coca-Cola investing in sports drink maker…

Coca-Cola is taking an ownership stake in sports drink maker BodyArmor

EVs Could Be a Job Killer for Japan’s Biggest…

Aug.13 -- Japan's biggest industry could be under threat amid the push for cars to go electric. Auto suppliers are bracing for cost cuts as fewer cars are built with internal combustion engines. Bloomberg's Connor Cislo reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."

Global markets stabilize as Turkey jitters ease

Most global stock markets have steadied as worries subside over Turkey's currency crisis and its potential impact on other countries.

China’s Credit Growth Slowdown Underscores…

Aug.13 -- China’s broadest measure of new credit slowed, underlining concerns about the economy that have prompted authorities to start doing more to support growth. Haibin Zhu, chief China economist and head of China equity strategy at JPMorgan Chase, weighs in on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia" with Yvonne Man and Ramy Inocencio.

Loeb & Loeb Opens San Francisco Office

Indian rupee falls to all-time low against dollar

Indian rupee falls to all-time low against U.S. dollar on worries Turkey financial crisis

U.S., China Need to Look for Off Ramp, Former…

Aug.13 -- Claire Reade, senior counsel at Arnold & Porter and a former assistant U.S. Trade Representative, talks about the trade disputes between the world's two largest economies. She speaks with Ramy Inocencio and Haidi Stroud-Watts on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."

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Home Depot roars back in the second quarter

Home Depot raised profit and revenue expectations for the year after bouncing back from a slow start to the year during the second quarter

Next Recession Will Be 'More Like a Flu Than a…

Aug.13 -- Adam Tooze, Columbia University professor, discusses the outlook for the U.S. economy a decade after the 2008 crash on "What'd You Miss?"