David Westin speaks with top names in finance about the week’s biggest issues on Wall Street.
Bloomberg Wall Street Week, hosted by David Westin, is a reinvention of the iconic Wall Street Week, which aired on PBS for over 30 years and was hosted by late financial journalist Louis Rukeyser. The one-hour program features market and geopolitical discussions with a rotating panel of influential voices including thought leaders, CEOs, policy makers and economists.
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The Bitkub app

A delayed deal between Thailand’s oldest bank and its largest cryptocurrency exchange is raising doubts about the 115-year-old financial group’s ambition to become a regional fintech powerhouse
Bangkok-listed SCB X Pcl agreed to acquire a majority stake in Bitkub Online Co. for 17.9 billion baht ($490 million) at the peak of crypto craze in November, with a target to wrap up the deal earlier this year. But SCB last week said there’s still due diligence to be carried out amid discussions with regulators. 


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