Global markets took the news of Alexis Tsipras’ victory in the Greek election with a shrug on Monday. John Authers cautions that the risks in the situation are higher than investors currently appear to believe.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is looking to keep expanding after its massive IPO, and eyes are on one of its key supporters – U.S. Internet player Yahoo. Jane Lanhee Lee reports.
Convergex’s Nicholas Colas discusses the outlook for oil prices with Bloomberg’s Betty Liu on “Street Smart.” (Source: Bloomberg)
OPEC’s Secretary General Abdell El-Badri warned that oil has the potential climb to $200 per barrel in the future due to the lack of investment in new supply. Bloomberg’s Alix Steel reports on “Market Makers.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Tim Cook led Apple (AAPL) across a successful 2014 and shares are up 44% over the last 12 months — but deal integration and new product launches will define him and the company in 2015. The company is expected to report numbers, fueled by iPhone 6 sales, Tuesday after the close, and the stock
Black makes the case that Viacom and SanDisk are undervalued.
Gideon Rachman, the FT’s chief foreign affairs commentator, reports from Davos on reaction to death of Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah and concerns about the Middle East. He also explains the north-south divide in Europe on the upcoming Greek election.
Box jumped in its trading debut after raising $175 million in its initial public offering. Bloomberg Intelligence’s Anurag Rana and Bloomberg’s Mohammed Hadi have more on “Street Smart.” (Source: Bloomberg)