Friday, September 22

ByKevin Sheekey

Most Read on the Terminal (Last 8 and 24 Hours):
Uber’s London Private Hire License Revoked by Transport Body (Bloomberg)
Mark Zuckerberg’s Political Awakening (Bloomberg Businessweek)


China’s government is seen supporting markets on the eve of the party congress. Why S&P’s First China Downgrade Since 1999 Is Good for the Bulls (Bloomberg)‚Äč


EU antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager sends defiant message from an interview at Bloomberg’s New York HQ to the UK ahead of a key Theresa May speech on Brexit. The EU is So Over it’s ‘Bridget Jones’ Blues Over Brexit, Getting On With Their Lives (Bloomberg)


Europe’s overhaul of financial rules will lead banks to reduce analyst coverage of some companies – especially small- and mid-cap stocks. Beat or Miss Estimates? New MiFID Rules Will Make It Harder to Tell on Earnings Day (Bloomberg)


Here’s what’s at stake in Sunday’s election in Germany. Why Merkel’s Re-Election Bid Matters Beyond Germany (Bloomberg QuickTake)


Bloomberg continues to expand in the Middle East. Saudi Media Group SRMG Inks Deal to Launch Bloomberg Al Arabiya Network (Arab News)

Tweet of the week:

@KingJames: Was an honor to open the Bloomberg Global Business Forum today. Thank you @MikeBloomberg for the opportunity.