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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Fitch Says Boeing 737 Max Issue May Have Broad Credit Effects

Fitch Says Boeing 737 Max Issue May Have Broad Credit Effects

Craig Fraser, managing director of U.S. corporate finance at Fitch Ratings, talks about the grounding of Boeing's 737 Max planes, and the implications for credit in the aviation industry.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Emerging Markets' Rally Has Room to Run, Informa's Nauman Says

Emerging Markets' Rally Has Room to Run, Informa's Nauman Says

Ryan Nauman, vice president of Informa Financial Intelligence, talks about the outlook emerging markets.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Fmr. Fed President Broaddus Says FOMC's View on Inflation Has Changed

Fmr. Fed President Broaddus Says FOMC's View on Inflation Has Changed

Al Broaddus, former president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, talks about monetary policy and the U.S. economy. Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said interest rates could be on hold for "some time" as global risks weigh on the economic outlook ...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Canadian Finance Minister Morneau on Budget, Economy, Trade

Canadian Finance Minister Morneau on Budget, Economy, Trade

Canadian Finance Minister Bill Morneau talks about the budget, the economy, and the bilateral relations with China. He also discusses trade deals and the global skills strategy, which is aimed at fast-tracking the hiring of foreign skilled workers...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Australia to Cut Number of Migrants

Australia to Cut Number of Migrants

Australia will cut its cap on migration by 15 percent. The nation's annual migration ceiling will be reduced from 190,000 places to 160,000 -- a figure in-line with 2017-18's 12-month intake, which was the lowest level in a decade.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Streaming Is Taking Big Position in Media Landscape, Koplovitz Says

Streaming Is Taking Big Position in Media Landscape, Koplovitz Says

Kay Koplovitz, founder of USA Networks, which created the basic cable programming TV model that became the standard for the industry, talks about the future of streaming services. She is also chairman of Springboard Enterprises, which helps women ...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Macro Noises Are Tail Winds for Small-Cap Stocks, Fred Alger's Zhang Says

Macro Noises Are Tail Winds for Small-Cap Stocks, Fred Alger's Zhang Says

Amy Zhang, senior vice president and portfolio manager at Fred Alger Management, talks about small cap stocks.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - U.S.'s Stance on Iran and Venezuela to Affect OPEC Policy, Nasdaq's Essner Says

U.S.'s Stance on Iran and Venezuela to Affect OPEC Policy, Nasdaq's Essner Says

Tamar Essner, director of energy and utilities at Nasdaq, talks about oil output of OPEC and its allies, and U.S. shale production. Oil closed at its highest yet this year as Saudi Arabia led fellow members of the OPEC+ coalition to reaffirm their...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Australia's WAAAX Stocks Outperforming U.S.'s FAANG, China's BAT

Australia's WAAAX Stocks Outperforming U.S.'s FAANG, China's BAT

In the U.S. there's FAANG and in Asia, it's BAT. Down Under, a burgeoning tech sector has its own five-letter acronym: WAAAX. Shares of a group of Australia's better known technology stocks have outperformed their China and U.S. peers.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Ramelius Resources Always Looking at M&A Opportunities, CEO Says

Ramelius Resources Always Looking at M&A Opportunities, CEO Says

Mark Zeptner, chief executive officer and managing director of Ramelius Resources Ltd., an Australian gold miner, talks about the company's business strategy, outlook and the metal's pries. Ramelius shares are up 58 percent this year.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - U.S. Agriculture Secretary Perdue on Trade Talks With China, Japan, EU

U.S. Agriculture Secretary Perdue on Trade Talks With China, Japan, EU

U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue talks about the trade negotiations with China, Japan and the European Union.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Beijing's New Investment Law Contains Positive Aspects , U.S.-China Business Council Says

Beijing's New Investment Law Contains Positive Aspects , U.S.-China Business Council Says

Jake Parker, vice president for China operations at the U.S.-China Business Council, talks about with Beijing's last-minute effort to improve its new law governing inbound foreign investment, and the trade spat between the two economies.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Oil Markets Watching U.S. Sanctions on Iran Very Closely, KeyBanc Capital Says

Oil Markets Watching U.S. Sanctions on Iran Very Closely, KeyBanc Capital Says

Leo Mariani, managing director and equity research analyst at KeyBanc Capital Markets, talks about the OPEC and oil prices. The OPEC+ oil ministers are gathering in Azerbaijan to assess the effectiveness of their latest output deal and what they n...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - New Zealand to Start Gun Law Overhaul Mosque Shootings

New Zealand to Start Gun Law Overhaul Mosque Shootings

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's Cabinet will begin overhauling New Zealand's gun laws on Monday after the nation's worst mass shooting in modern history left 50 people dead. Ardern also plans to take up the issue of live-streaming of attacks dir...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - China A-Shares Likely to Face High Volatility, CMC's McCarthy Says

China A-Shares Likely to Face High Volatility, CMC's McCarthy Says

Michael McCarthy, chief market strategist at CMC Markets, talks about global stocks, the trade negotiations between the U.S. and China, the outlook for the world's largest economy, Chinese stocks and the government's policies.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Deutsche Bank Confirms in Merger Talks With Commerzbank

Deutsche Bank Confirms in Merger Talks With Commerzbank

Deutsche Bank AG, Europe's once-dominant financial institution, threw in the towel on years of failed turnaround efforts and agreed to begin government-backed merger talks with Commerzbank AG.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Australia's Spending Bonanza Gives Central Bank Breathing Room on Rates

Australia's Spending Bonanza Gives Central Bank Breathing Room on Rates

Australia's economy is set for a fiscal injection as a government trailing in opinion polls ahead of a May election tries to buy its way back into contention and the opposition seeks to hang onto its lead.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - BOJ to Join Chorus on Global Growth Concerns

BOJ to Join Chorus on Global Growth Concerns

The Bank of Japan is likely to underscore the cautious tilt of global central banks by downgrading some of its economic assessments Friday.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Crisis of Business Confidence Seen, RegentAtlantic's Kapyrin Says

Crisis of Business Confidence Seen, RegentAtlantic's Kapyrin Says

Andy Kapyrin, partner and director of research at RegentAtlantic, talks about the global economy, central banks' policies, business and investor confidence.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Blanchflower Says U.K. Government 'Totally Incompetent'

Blanchflower Says U.K. Government 'Totally Incompetent'

Danny Blanchflower, professor of economics at Dartmouth College and former Bank of England policy maker. talks about the Brexit negotiations. Britain's Parliament voted to avoid an economically disastrous no-deal split from the European Union.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - China Data Dump to Show Investment Recovery Continuing

China Data Dump to Show Investment Recovery Continuing

China's first batch of major official indicators this year are forecast to show that an investment recovery that began in mid-2018 is set to continue, but the economic slowdown and trade war are still undermining factory output and consumption.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Fed Could Jump Either Way, Rakuten Securities' Twidale Says

Fed Could Jump Either Way, Rakuten Securities' Twidale Says

Nick Twidale, chief operating officer of Rakuten Securities Australia, talks about the U.S. economy and Federal Reserve policy.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Apple Expected to Unveil Video, News Services at March 25 Event

Apple Expected to Unveil Video, News Services at March 25 Event

Apple Inc. announced an event March 25 where the iPhone maker is expected to introduce an original video programming service and a new premium magazine subscription plan. The video service, which is designed to rival offerings from Netflix Inc. an...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - U.S. Growth Looks Better Than Many Other Developed Economies, State Street Says

U.S. Growth Looks Better Than Many Other Developed Economies, State Street Says

Marvin Loh, senior macro strategist at State Street Global Markets, talks about the U.S. economy, the dollar and the yen.
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