Would Elizabeth Warren will the stock market as president?
Multiple Wall Street pundits have stated that the stock market will plunge if Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren wins the White House in 2020. Similar comments were made ahead of President Donald Trump’s victory in 2016, but the S&P 500 has gained more than 40% since his election. Bloomberg’s Sarah Ponczek examines how Wall Street’s White House-related predictions have fared in the past. She speaks on “Balance of Power.”
Biden and Warren pitch democrats on two very different paths to winning voters
Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren are pitching prominent Democrats on two very different paths to winning voters the party lost to Donald Trump in 2016: He says he can recreate the Obama coalition, while she says her anti-corporate-greed message will appeal to struggling Americans. Bloomberg's Sahil Kapur reports on "Balance of Power."
Warren takes on Facebook's political ads
Jeanne Zaino AppliedTechonomics Senior Advisor, discusses Elizabeth Warren taking on Facebook and the impact they have on the election. She speaks over the phone with Bloomberg's Sarah Frier, Eric Newcomer, and Taylor Riggs on "Bloomberg Technology".
What a Warren presidency could mean for markets
As Democratic Presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren rises in the polls, investors are considering the impact her presidency could have on markets. Bloomberg's Sonali Basak reports on "Bloomberg The Open."
Democrats push Bezos on Amazon contractors
Elizabeth Warren is calling out Amazon.com Inc. for “ignoring labor laws and fostering work conditions that are detrimental to the safety and basic humanity of its workers.” The presidential candidate and Massachusetts senator demanded that Chief Executive Officer Jeff Bezos drop contractors that violate labor laws and enforce safety standards to protect delivery drivers and the general public. Bloomberg's Naomi Nix has more on "Balance of Power."
Democratic presidential hopefuls clash on health care during 2nd debate
Democratic presidential hopefuls clash on health care, with leading contenders Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders defending universal health care against attacks by moderate rivals, on the first night of the second round of the Democratic debates.
Elizabeth Warren's winding road to the top of U.S. politics
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren has risen to prominence as a symbol of everything the GOP stands against. Now after much anticipation, she has announced her aspirations for the White House.
Warren slams Trump as a ‘thin-skinned racist bully’
Speaking at the convention of the American Constitution Society in Washington, Elizabeth Warren laced into Donald Trump. The Massachusetts senator called the presumptive GOP nominee a “racist bully” for his controversial comments about U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel.