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Zoo cuts affect employee paychecks

The Jackson Zoo is having trouble paying its employees. Zoo attendance is so low that employees are only getting half of their usual paychecks today.

AIB CEO Byrne on Brexit, Trade, Challenges as a…

Jul.19 -- Bernard Byrne, chief executive officer at Allied Irish Banks, discusses the risks associated with Brexit uncertainty and trade wars, issues in the company's first year in the public market, and his expectations for the next five years. He speaks with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde on "Bloomberg Markets."

Putin vows to hear 'all opinions' in pension…

Russian President Vladimir Putin appears to trying to tamp down public distress over a proposal to raise the state retirement pension age, saying that he will listen to "all opinions" on the matter

$600,000 Knicks Ticket Perk Triggered BGC's SEC…

Jul.19 -- BGC Partners Inc.'s brokerage unit received a $1.25 million fine from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission over allegations the firm supplied courtside seats for the New York Knicks to broker Richard Anthony that weren’t reported as compensation. Bloomberg's Lisa Abramowicz reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."

Fed More Likely to Hike to Prove Independence…

Jul.20 -- University of Rochester Professor and Bloomberg Opinion Columnist Narayan Kocherlakota weighs-in on President Donald Trump's comments about Federal Reserve monetary policy and Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's message to Congress earlier this week. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas." His opinions are his own.

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There Is Still Some Value in U.K. Assets, Says…

Jul.20 -- Lucy MacDonald, chief investment officer of global equities at Allianz Global Investors, discusses the U.K. stock market and her views on earnings season. She speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."

Blackstone Beats 2Q Revenue, EPS Estimates

Jul.19 -- Blackstone Group LP reported second-quarter results that saw revenue beat estimates and a reduction of the amount of cash held by the firm. Bloomberg Opinion columnist Stephen Gandel examines the numbers on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas." His opinions are his own.

ING Says Trump's Fed Intervention Sows `Seeds of…

Jul.20 -- ING Bank FX Strategist Viraj Patel discusses President Donald Trump's intervention on Federal Reserve policy and its impact on the dollar. Bloomberg's Marty Schenker also speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."

Yen May Trigger `Strong' Rally in Japanese Stocks…

Jul.19 -- Japan’s currency is increasingly trading in tandem with American stocks, in a correlation that resembles moves in September 2017, which presaged a surge in Japanese shares, according to JPMorgan Chase. Bloomberg" s Adam Haigh reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."

Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley Both Claim M&A…

Jul.19 -- Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. declared themselves as the No. 1 adviser on mergers and acquisitions in their quarterly results this week. Bloomberg's Lisa Abramowicz reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."

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Recession Is Not Very Imminent in U.S., Says…

Jul.20 -- Geraldine Sundstrom, managing director and head of asset allocation at Pimco, discusses the flattening yield curve in the U.S. and the possibility of a recession. She speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."

Concerned About Fixed Income Market, Schultze…

Jul.19 -- George Schultze, founder of Schultze Asset Management, talks about the disputes between the U.S. and its trading partners, and the implications for financial markets. He speaks with Ramy Inocencio and Haidi Stroud-Watts on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."

Russians protest retirement age rise, in challenge for Putin

Russians are protesting government plans to hike the retirement age, in a rare challenge to President Vladimir Putin's leadership