December 6, 2022

Bloomberg Markets European Open kick starts the trading day, breaking down what’s moving markets and why. Francine Lacqua and Tom Mackenzie live from London bring you an action-packed hour of news no investor in Europe can afford to miss.
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Filmmaker Dayla Soul made the documentary “It Ain’t Pretty,” which tells the story of female big wave surfers who are fighting sexism in the water, in the media and across the surf industry. In this episode, we excerpt her film.
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Fans of Peloton Interactive Inc. will have a new place to ride the company’s workout bikes: Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc.’s 5,400 hotels in the US. 
The two companies announced Monday that Hilton will be the first chain to offer Peloton Bikes across all of its US branded hotels. The companies also said that members of the Hilton Honors rewards program will get a 90-day free trial to the digital Peloton app and $100 off a Bike, Bike+ or Tread purchase through Jan. 1. The standard Peloton app free trial is 30 days. 

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