Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

Bloomberg's morning show takes a look at market openings in Asia and analyses all the breaking news stories essential for your business day ahead.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Malaysia, Thai, Singapore Markets 'More Stable'; 'Underweight' China, Eastspring Says

Malaysia, Thai, Singapore Markets 'More Stable'; 'Underweight' China, Eastspring Says

Sarah Lien, client portfolio manager at Eastspring Investments, talks about the volatility and the opportunities she sees in Asian and emerging-market stocks.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - China Brings Hong Kong Closer With World's Longest Sea Bridge

China Brings Hong Kong Closer With World's Longest Sea Bridge

Another step in China's project to bring Hong Kong into its bosom is complete and is set to connect the former European outposts of Hong Kong and Macau with the mainland. The $15 billion, 55-kilometer (34-mile) bridge opens for business at 9 a.m. ...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - 'Long' Indonesian Bonds Recommended, BofAML's Garg Says

'Long' Indonesian Bonds Recommended, BofAML's Garg Says

Rohit Garg, an emerging Asia fixed-income and foreign-exchange strategist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in Singapore, talks about Indonesia's monetary policy, bonds, and the dollar's strength.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - PBOC to Offer More Funds to Private Companies

PBOC to Offer More Funds to Private Companies

The PBOC says it will support bond financing by private firms to ease their funding strains. The move comes as top Chinese officials seek to restore confidence in the economy.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Trump Realizes Khashoggi Death Isn't Going Away, Says Peterson Institute

Trump Realizes Khashoggi Death Isn't Going Away, Says Peterson Institute

Jacob Kirkegaard, senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, discusses President Trump's reaction to Riyadh's explanation of what happened to Journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - U.S. Not as Resilient as Headlines Suggest, Says Ecri's Achuthan

U.S. Not as Resilient as Headlines Suggest, Says Ecri's Achuthan

Lakshman Achuthan, co-founder and chief operations officer at Ecri, discusses the U.S. equity market and what it says about the economy.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Mnuchin Open to Change in Currency Test Amid Trade Spat With China

Mnuchin Open to Change in Currency Test Amid Trade Spat With China

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is open to changing how the U.S. determines which nations are gaming their currencies, a move that could give President Donald Trump the chance to officially brand China a foreign exchange-rate manipulator.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Allies Weigh Response to Saudi Reversal

Allies Weigh Response to Saudi Reversal

Reva Goujon, vice president of global analysis at Stratfor, discusses the mysterious death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Asian Stock Valuations 'Increasingly Attractive,' UBS Wealth's Issel Says

Asian Stock Valuations 'Increasingly Attractive,' UBS Wealth's Issel Says

Hartmut Issel, the head of Asia Pacific equity and credit at UBS AG Wealth Management in Singapore, talks about the region's markets, the U.S. economy, and the trade spat between the world's two biggest economies.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - China Releases Personal Income Tax Cut Plan

China Releases Personal Income Tax Cut Plan

China has unveiled a plan for personal income tax cuts after 3Q GDP data showed economic growth slowed to the slowest since 2009 at 6.5%.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - U.S. Economy Unequivocally Is Strong, Says SocGen's Lawson

U.S. Economy Unequivocally Is Strong, Says SocGen's Lawson

Toby Lawson, head of global markets at Societe Generale Securities Australia, discusses his read on the state of the U.S. recovery and his outlook for the U.S. economy.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Luxury Brands Take Hit Amid Fear of China Crackdown, Growth Slowdown

Luxury Brands Take Hit Amid Fear of China Crackdown, Growth Slowdown

Luxury brands across the globe have been falling on concerns that Chinese officials are cracking down on travelers coming home with overseas goods, adding to worries about an economic slowdown in the country.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - SAP's Russell Says 'Proud' of Performance of Asia Pacific

SAP's Russell Says 'Proud' of Performance of Asia Pacific

Scott Russell, president for Asia Pacific Japan at SAP, talks about the company's performance in the region. Europe's biggest technology company raised its projections for the year due to accelerating momentum for its cloud business, but third qua...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Japan Will Eventually Reach 2% Inflation, Economist Okubo Says

Japan Will Eventually Reach 2% Inflation, Economist Okubo Says

Takuji Okubo, Japan Macro Advisors chief economist, discusses Japan's September inflation data with Bloomberg's Haidi Stroud-Watts and Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Fed Hike or Fed Halt: Which Team Are You On?

Fed Hike or Fed Halt: Which Team Are You On?

Fed officials are coming out for and against future rate hikes. Fed governor Randal Quarles supports, St. Louis chief James Bullard doesn't. Critics of more hikes say Donald Trump has a point: inflation hasn't run away. So is the Fed trying to giv...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Strategist Pursche Sees Corporate Earnings Growing 20% in Third Quarter

Strategist Pursche Sees Corporate Earnings Growing 20% in Third Quarter

Oliver Pursche, Bruderman Brothers chief market strategist, discusses the outlook for corporate earnings and the potential impact of the U.S.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Bad Timing for Tesla's $140 Million China Breakthrough

Bad Timing for Tesla's $140 Million China Breakthrough

Tesla announced a $140 million China deal for its 200-acre Gigafactory 3 in Shanghai but the timing may not be ideal. China's car market is set to shrink for the first time since at least the 1990's.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - China Growth Slowing Due to Trade Tensions, Domestic Reasons, HSBC's Neumann Says

China Growth Slowing Due to Trade Tensions, Domestic Reasons, HSBC's Neumann Says

Frederic Neumann, co-head of Asian economics research HSBC Holdings Plc, talks about China's economy and policies.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Japan Quietly Changing Dramatically in Terms of Womenomics, Pioneer Female Money Manager Says

Japan Quietly Changing Dramatically in Terms of Womenomics, Pioneer Female Money Manager Says

Miyuki Kashima, head of Japanese equity investment at BNY Mellon Asset Management, talks about the launch of the Dreyfus Japan Womenomics Fund, and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's plan to remedy the country's labor crunch by bringing more women worker...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - StanChart's Zhang Sees USD-CNY at 6.92 by End of the Year

StanChart's Zhang Sees USD-CNY at 6.92 by End of the Year

Lemon Zhang, macro and FX strategist at Standard Chartered Bank, discusses the U.S. not labeling China a currency manipulator and her outlook for the yuan.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - U.S. Economy Can Withstand Higher Rates, Says StanChart's Meskin

U.S. Economy Can Withstand Higher Rates, Says StanChart's Meskin

Sonia Meskin, U.S. economist at Standard Chartered, discusses Fed policy, moving above a neutral rate and its implications for markets and the U.S. economy.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Huawei Technologies Reveals New Flagship Smartphone

Huawei Technologies Reveals New Flagship Smartphone

Fresh from overtaking Apple Inc. to become the world's second-largest smartphone maker in August, Huawei Technologies Co. unveiled a new flagship device aimed at clinching the top spot.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Ongoing Support for Dollar Expected, Westpac's Callow Says

Ongoing Support for Dollar Expected, Westpac's Callow Says

Sean Callow, senior currency strategist at Westpac Banking Corp. in Sydney, talks about Federal Reserve policy, the dollar, and China's yuan.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - White House Notifies Congress of Trade Talks With Japan, Europe, UK

White House Notifies Congress of Trade Talks With Japan, Europe, UK

The Trump administration officially notified Congress that it will start trade negotiations with Japan, the European Union and the U.K. as soon as three months from Tuesday. Separately, Theresa May was told the latest Brexit proposals would be thr...
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