Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia previews the market open and analyses all the global breaking news essential for your business day ahead.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - U.S. Weighs Action Against Saudis as Khashoggi Denials Continue

U.S. Weighs Action Against Saudis as Khashoggi Denials Continue

Saudi Arabia is running out of time to explain to the Trump administration what happened to journalist Jamal Khashoggi within its consulate in Turkey. A range of punishments are under discussion within the administration.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Australia Banking Regulators to Become More Aggressive, Morning Star Says

Australia Banking Regulators to Become More Aggressive, Morning Star Says

Chief executive officers of Australia's four big banks are appearing in front of a parliamentary committee after a report last month strongly criticized the industry for pursuing profit at the expense of basic standards of honesty.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Markets at 'Healthy Correction' Inside a Bigger Bull Market, Lloyd Says

Markets at 'Healthy Correction' Inside a Bigger Bull Market, Lloyd Says

Markets at 'Healthy Correction' Inside a Bigger Bull Market, Lloyd Says Matt Lloyd, chief investment strategist at Advisors Asset Management, talks about the U.S. stocks, and President Donald Trump's criticism of Federal Reserve.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - U.S. Treasury Staff Said to Find China Is Not Manipulating Currency

U.S. Treasury Staff Said to Find China Is Not Manipulating Currency

The U.S. Treasury Department's staff has advised Secretary Steven Mnuchin that China isn't manipulating the yuan as the Trump administration prepares to issue a closely watched report on foreign currencies, according to two people familiar with th...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Billionaire Draper Discusses Bitcoins, U.S.-China Spat, Tesla's Musk

Billionaire Draper Discusses Bitcoins, U.S.-China Spat, Tesla's Musk

Billionaire Tim Draper, founding partner of venture capital firms Draper Associates and DFJ, talks about the plunge in U.S. stocks, bitcoins, the U.S.-China trade spat, and Tesla Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Is a 'Fake Memo' Trying to Derail Broadcom's U.S. Plans?

Is a 'Fake Memo' Trying to Derail Broadcom's U.S. Plans?

Broadcom shares fell 5%, the most in three months, after U.S. Senator Rand Paul called for a national security review of its plan to buy CA Technologies - and on the same day the Department of Defense called a memo raising national security risks ...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Philippine Central Bank Says Ready to Tighten Again If Needed

Philippine Central Bank Says Ready to Tighten Again If Needed

The Philippine central bank is ready to tighten monetary policy further to rein in prices and support the currency if needed, Deputy Governor Diwa Guinigundo said.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - 'Some Good Value' in Brazil, Russia, India, China Stocks, Wells Fargo's Cronk Says

'Some Good Value' in Brazil, Russia, India, China Stocks, Wells Fargo's Cronk Says

Darrell Cronk, president of Wells Fargo Investment Institute in New York, talks about the plunge in U.S. stocks, the trade spat between the world's two largest economies, and the opportunities he sees in emerging markets.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Former Ex-Im Bank Chair Hochberg on U.S.-China Trade War

Former Ex-Im Bank Chair Hochberg on U.S.-China Trade War

Chinese Commerce Minister Zhong Shan said "there is a view in the U.S. that so long as the U.S. keeps increasing tariffs, China will back down." In a written statement to Bloomberg, Zhong said "the U.S. should not underestimate China's resolve and...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Short Seller Who Foresaw Valeant Crash Now Bets on Tesla Drop

Short Seller Who Foresaw Valeant Crash Now Bets on Tesla Drop

Short seller Fahmi Quadir, who bet against the drugmaker formerly known as Valeant Pharmaceuticals around its peak in 2015, is now betting on a dramatic drop in Tesla Inc. shares. Quadir, the 28-year-old founder of newly launched fund Safkhet Capi...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Baidu, Samsung 'Attractive,' Diamond Hill Capital's Burkett Says

Baidu, Samsung 'Attractive,' Diamond Hill Capital's Burkett Says

Grady Burkett, portfolio manager and research analyst at Diamond Hill Capital Management, talks about the trade dispute between the U.S. and China, and its implications for Asian technology companies.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Indonesia Urges Powell, Other Global Financial Chiefs to Be More Aware of Policy Impact

Indonesia Urges Powell, Other Global Financial Chiefs to Be More Aware of Policy Impact

Indonesia has a blunt message for U.S. Federal Reserve's Jerome Powell and other global financial chiefs gathering in Bali this week: be mindful of the effects of your policies on emerging economies.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Your Privacy in Focus: Facebook's Portal and Google's 'Glitch'

Your Privacy in Focus: Facebook's Portal and Google's 'Glitch'

Google withheld information of a security flaw impacting up to 500,000 people while Facebook unveiled Portal, a video chat device, which is raising concern again about consumer privacy after the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Both companies closed a...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - A2 Milk CEO on China Strategy, E-Commerce Regulations, Trade War

A2 Milk CEO on China Strategy, E-Commerce Regulations, Trade War

Jayne Hrdlicka, chief executive officer and managing director at A2 Milk Company, discusses the trade war between the U.S. and China, how it impacts her business, new regulations on e-commerce and her strategy for China.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - U.S. Growth Likely to Slow in 2019, Says Fed's Bullard

U.S. Growth Likely to Slow in 2019, Says Fed's Bullard

St. Louis Fed President James Bullard discusses the U.S. economy, wage growth, the steepening yield curve, the U.S.-China trade war, the possibility of a U.S. recession, U.S. economic growth, Fed policy and his outlook for interest rates.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - China Cuts RRR Again. Is 4 The Charm?

China Cuts RRR Again. Is 4 The Charm?

China cut its reserve ratio requirement for the fourth time in 2018 to release $175B in liquidity on continued growth concerns. Major Chinese banks currently have a 16% RRR, with smaller lenders at 14%.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Not Expecting Significant Increase in U.S. Yields, UBS Asset's Anderson Says

Not Expecting Significant Increase in U.S. Yields, UBS Asset's Anderson Says

Not Expecting Significant Increase in U.S. Yields, UBS Asset's Anderson Says Anne Anderson, head of fixed income and investment solutions at UBS Asset Management, talks about Treasuries, Federal Reserve policy and the U.S. economy.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - GOP Nears Kavanaugh Vote as Key Holdouts Call FBI Report Thorough

GOP Nears Kavanaugh Vote as Key Holdouts Call FBI Report Thorough

Senate Republicans pushed toward a make-or-break test vote on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh as key GOP holdouts Jeff Flake and Susan Collins said an FBI investigation prompted by sexual misconduct allegations against him appeared to be tho...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - U.S.-China 'Increasing Rivalry' Is Cause for Concern, Kuhn Says

U.S.-China 'Increasing Rivalry' Is Cause for Concern, Kuhn Says

Robert Lawrence Kuhn, chairman of the Kuhn Foundation and a long-time advisor to China's leaders and the government, talks about the disputes between the world's two biggest economies.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Honda Hops $2.75 Billion Driverless Ride With GM

Honda Hops $2.75 Billion Driverless Ride With GM

The battle to lead the self-driving automobile space revs into high gear as Honda Motor commits $2.75 billion to General Motors' self-driving unit, Cruise. That investment was a surprise to the industry after Honda had been kicking the tires at Go...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Asset Allocation Decision Is Single Hardest Thing to Do Right Now, Bianco Says

Asset Allocation Decision Is Single Hardest Thing to Do Right Now, Bianco Says

Jim Bianco, president of Bianco Research, discusses Treasuries, stocks and the economy. Ten-year Treasury yields staged their strongest single-day upswing since November 2016 on Wednesday, driving the rate to the highest since 2011.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Association of Global Automakers' Bozzella Discusses USMCA, Tariffs

Association of Global Automakers' Bozzella Discusses USMCA, Tariffs

John Bozzella, president of the Association of Global Automakers, talks about the trade deal between the U.S., Mexico and Canada, and the U.S. tariffs on metal imports.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Amazon's Wage Hike Could Be 0.001% of Its $1 Trillion Market Cap

Amazon's Wage Hike Could Be 0.001% of Its $1 Trillion Market Cap

Amazon's minimum wage hike to $15 could cost $1 billion to $2 billion, says Loop Capital Markets. Compare that against the backdrop of about $60 billion in annual operating costs or the company's nearly $1 trillion valuation. Fears of wage compet...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - China Underestimated Trump, Former Australian Ambassador Raby Says

China Underestimated Trump, Former Australian Ambassador Raby Says

Geoff Raby, a former Australian ambassador to China who now runs his own consultancy, talks about the trade dispute between the U.S. and China.
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