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Previewing Post-Election U.S.-South Korea Ties
Previewing Post-Election U.S.-South Korea Ties

Oct.27 -- Kathleen Stephens, a former U.S. Ambassador to South Korea and now president of the Korea Economic Institute of America (KEI), discusses the prospect for the bilateral relations. She speaks ...

Published: 10/28/2020
'Balance of Power' Full Show (10/27/2020)
'Balance of Power' Full Show (10/27/2020)

Oct.27 -- "Bloomberg: Balance of Power" focuses on the intersection of politics and global business. Guests: Boston Consulting Group CEO Rich Lesser, Rep. Bryan Steil, Hoover Institution's Lanhee Chen

Published: 10/28/2020
Biden Leading Trump by About 8% in Polls: RealClearPolitics
Biden Leading Trump by About 8% in Polls: RealClearPolitics

Oct.27 -- Democratic nominee Joe Biden is leading President Donald Trump by about 8 percentage points in national polls, according to RealClearPolitics. In Nevada, a state Trump is seeking to flip, Bi...

Published: 10/27/2020
Biden Says 'Clear the Decks for Action' If He's Elected
Biden Says 'Clear the Decks for Action' If He's Elected

Oct.27 -- “If you give me the honor of serving as your president: clear the decks for action,” Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden says in a speech in Warm Springs, Georgia.

Published: 10/27/2020
What CEOs Want to See in a Presidential Candidate
What CEOs Want to See in a Presidential Candidate

Oct.27 -- Rich Lesser, Boston Consulting Group chief executive officer, talks about what ceos want to see in a presidential candidate. He appears on "Balance of Power."

Published: 10/27/2020
Candidates Make One Final Push to Get Their Message Out
Candidates Make One Final Push to Get Their Message Out

Oct.27 -- The presidential campaigns are looking to mobilize voters and get their messages out in the final stretch before Election Day. Lanhee Chen of the Hoover Institution speaks on "Balance of Pow...

Published: 10/27/2020
No Stimulus by Jan. Would Be Catastrophe: AFL-CIO's Spriggs
No Stimulus by Jan. Would Be Catastrophe: AFL-CIO's Spriggs

Oct.27 -- William Spriggs, AFL-CIO chief economist and Howard University professor, says the economy has to recover from the bottom up and denies having discussions with Joe Biden's campaign about a p...

Published: 10/27/2020
Election Wrap: Trump Hits Battleground States, Biden Leading in Polls
Election Wrap: Trump Hits Battleground States, Biden Leading in Polls

Oct.27 -- With one week before the election, President Donald Trump is holding multiple rallies, while Democrat Joe Biden is taking a very different approach. Biden is leading Trump by about 8 percent...

Published: 10/27/2020
Trump Gets High Marks for Middle East Relations, Says Bremmer
Trump Gets High Marks for Middle East Relations, Says Bremmer

Oct.26 -- President Donald Trump announced Friday that Israel and Sudan agreed to a peace deal, following on accords his administration helped negotiate between the Jewish state and the United Arab Em...

Published: 10/27/2020
Trump, Biden Make Final Pitches
Trump, Biden Make Final Pitches

Oct.27 -- President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden are hitting the campaign trail hard to make their final pitches to the voters with just one week left before the election...

Published: 10/27/2020
U.S. Sanctions Iranian Oil Minister
U.S. Sanctions Iranian Oil Minister

Oct.27 -- The U.S. Treasury Department has sanctioned Iran’s Minister of Petroleum as well as some of the entities related to the country’s oil production and that comes as tensions rise between the t...

Published: 10/27/2020
Amy Coney Barrett Sworn In as U.S. Supreme Court Justice
Amy Coney Barrett Sworn In as U.S. Supreme Court Justice

Oct.27 -- It’s being seen as a big win for President Donald Trump. His pick for the U.S. Supreme Court has been confirmed by the Senate and sworn in at the White House. Bloomberg’s Jodi Schneider repo...

Published: 10/27/2020
We Are Prepared to Defend Taiwan on Our Own, Lawmaker Says
We Are Prepared to Defend Taiwan on Our Own, Lawmaker Says

Oct.27 -- Member of Taiwan Parliament and Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee Chairperson Wang Ting-yu discusses the U.S. arms sale to Taiwan and what the sale could mean for relations between the U...

Published: 10/27/2020
U.S. Arms for Taiwan Anger Beijing
U.S. Arms for Taiwan Anger Beijing

Oct.26 -- The U.S. State Department signaled approval for a potential $2.4 billion sale of anti-ship missiles to Taiwan. The move comes just after China warned it will sanction leading American aerosp...

Published: 10/27/2020
Thousands of Protesters Gather Outside German Embassy in Bangkok
Thousands of Protesters Gather Outside German Embassy in Bangkok

Oct.26 -- Germany has warned of immediate consequences if the Thai King broke local laws. That comes as thousands of protesters gathered outside the German embassy in Bangkok. Bloomberg’s Randy Thanth...

Published: 10/27/2020
Amy Coney Barrett Confirmed for U.S. Supreme Court
Amy Coney Barrett Confirmed for U.S. Supreme Court

Oct.26 -- President Donald Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court has been confirmed by the Senate with the vote happening in the last few minutes. The result was never really in doubt given the Republica...

Published: 10/27/2020
'Balance of Power' Full Show (10/26/2020)
'Balance of Power' Full Show (10/26/2020)

Oct.26 -- "Bloomberg: Balance of Power" focuses on the intersection of politics and global business. Market jitters return over the coronavirus, stimulus and the upcoming U.S. election. Guests: Former...

Published: 10/26/2020
White House Never Tried to Control the Virus, Cuomo Says
White House Never Tried to Control the Virus, Cuomo Says

Oct.26 -- New York Governor Andrew Cuomo criticized White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows for a second straight day for saying the coronavirus can’t be controlled. “If you believe you can’t control...

Published: 10/26/2020
Trump Says Biden's Energy Plan Would Cause Blackouts and Job Losses
Trump Says Biden's Energy Plan Would Cause Blackouts and Job Losses

Oct.26 -- President Donald Trump says Joe Biden's energy plan "is an economic death sentence for Pennsylvania’s energy sector.” The Democratic nominee Biden said during their debate last week that he ...

Published: 10/26/2020
Pollster Zogby Sees Democrats Flipping U.S. Senate
Pollster Zogby Sees Democrats Flipping U.S. Senate

Oct.26 -- Pollster John Zogby, founder of John Zogby Strategies, says the Democrats "could pick up as many as seven or eight" Senate seats in the 2020 U.S. elections as he is seeing a "huge blue wave"...

Published: 10/26/2020
Election Wrap: 8 Days to Go, Early Voting Is Surging
Election Wrap: 8 Days to Go, Early Voting Is Surging

Oct.26 -- With eight days until the election, 59.4 million people have cast ballots in-person at early voting centers or by mail, according to the U.S. Elections Project. President Donald Trump holds ...

Published: 10/26/2020
Election Update: Biden to Campaign in Georgia, Pence Staff Infected
Election Update: Biden to Campaign in Georgia, Pence Staff Infected

Oct.26 -- President Donald Trump enters the final week before Election Day with a surge in U.S. coronavirus cases and another White House outbreak after several people in Vice President Mike Pence’s i...

Published: 10/26/2020
What Would a Biden Victory Mean for Australia?
What Would a Biden Victory Mean for Australia?

Oct.25 -- Former Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr discusses how the U.S. presidential election outcome might affect his country. Carr, who is now professor of the University of Technology Sydney, ...

Published: 10/26/2020
Pelosi, White House Trade Blame on Aid
Pelosi, White House Trade Blame on Aid

Oct.25 -- Pessimism is mounting again over a pre-election stimulus bill in Washington. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows are accusing each other of moving the goal...

Published: 10/26/2020
Thai Parliament Set to Meet as Protests Continue
Thai Parliament Set to Meet as Protests Continue

Oct.25 -- Anti-government protests are escalating in Thailand after Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-Ocha ignored demands to quit. Lawmakers are set to meet today to address some of the activists’ demands....

Published: 10/26/2020
China's Communist Part to Draft 5-Year Economic Plan
China's Communist Part to Draft 5-Year Economic Plan

Oct.25 -- Officials of China's Communist Party gather in Beijing this week to mapout the next phase of economic development. The country’s 14th five-year plan is expected to center around technologica...

Published: 10/25/2020
'Balance of Power' Full Show (10/23/2020)
'Balance of Power' Full Show (10/23/2020)

Oct.23 -- "Bloomberg: Balance of Power" focuses on the intersection of politics and global business. Guests: Eurasia Group President Ian Bremmer, Pollster Frank Luntz, AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka

Published: 10/23/2020
2020 Presidential Election By the Numbers: Week of 10/23
2020 Presidential Election By the Numbers: Week of 10/23

Oct.23 -- A look at what happened during the U.S. presidential race for the week ending Oct. 23. From the last debate between President Donald Trump and Joe Biden where they sparred about everything f...

Published: 10/23/2020
Campaigns Gear Up for Final Run Before Election Day
Campaigns Gear Up for Final Run Before Election Day

Oct.23 -- President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden are gearing up for the final stretch of their campaigns after holding their last debate in Nashville. There are 12 days until the elec...

Published: 10/23/2020
Mnuchin Says Pelosi Is 'Dug In' on Stimulus
Mnuchin Says Pelosi Is 'Dug In' on Stimulus

Oct.23 -- U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin tells reporters that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is "dug in" and significant differences remain in stimulus talks while President Donald Trump blames he...

Published: 10/23/2020
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