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 - RBA Likely to Downgrade Growth Forecast, Ernst & Young's Masters Says

RBA Likely to Downgrade Growth Forecast, Ernst & Young's Masters Says

Joanne Masters, chief economist at Ernst & Young, talks about Reserve Bank of Australia's policy and the economy. Economists and traders expect the central bank to leave its benchmark rate at a record low 1.5 percent on Tuesday.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - China Catching Up in Autonomous Vehicle Testing, BloombergNEF Says

China Catching Up in Autonomous Vehicle Testing, BloombergNEF Says

California remains the global leader in autonomous vehicle testing, but research by Bloomberg New Energy Finance shows China is catching up. The world's biggest auto market has ambitious AV development targets which are attracting international pl...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Australian Report of Misconduct 'Net Positive' for the Major Banks, Morningstar Says

Australian Report of Misconduct 'Net Positive' for the Major Banks, Morningstar Says

David Ellis, head of Australian banking research at Morningstar, talks about the final report of an inquiry into misconduct in the country's financial system released Monday. The government said it would take action on all 76 recommendations conta...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Australian Resources Stocks Will Do Pretty Well, Plato Investment Says

Australian Resources Stocks Will Do Pretty Well, Plato Investment Says

Don Hamson, managing director at Plato Investment Management, talks about Australian stocks.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Valuations of Many Stocks Globally Look 'Interesting,' Templeton's Wilmshurst Says

Valuations of Many Stocks Globally Look 'Interesting,' Templeton's Wilmshurst Says

Peter Wilmshurst, portfolio manager of Templeton Global Growth Fund, talks about global stocks, corporate earnings and the dollar.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Australia to Reveal Results of Banking Misconduct

Australia to Reveal Results of Banking Misconduct

Australia's scandal-plagued banks are set for their biggest upheaval in decades as a wide-ranging inquiry into misconduct recommends how the nation's financial industry should atone for wrongdoings.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Dollar Continues to Be Flight to Safety, Aviva Investors' Schmidt Says

Dollar Continues to Be Flight to Safety, Aviva Investors' Schmidt Says

Susan Schmidt, head of U.S. equities at Aviva Investors, talks about the dollar, Federal Reserve policy and stocks.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Trump to Send Mnuchin, Lighthizer to China for Next Round of Trade Talks

Trump to Send Mnuchin, Lighthizer to China for Next Round of Trade Talks

President Donald Trump is dispatching top trade negotiators to China following two days of talks with Chinese officials in Washington.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - China E-Commerce Firms' Results to Beat Expectations, Lotus Capital Says

China E-Commerce Firms' Results to Beat Expectations, Lotus Capital Says

Eric Wen, founder and chief executive officer of Blue Lotus Capital Advisors, talks about Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.'s results and outlook. Alibaba's quarterly earnings beat expectations after an expansion into new areas like cloud computing.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Iron Ore Jumps as Vale Announces Output Cuts

Iron Ore Jumps as Vale Announces Output Cuts

Iron ore jumped to the highest in almost two years on Wednesday as the world's biggest miner said it would close some of its operations following last week's fatal dam disaster in Brazil, which has killed at least 84 people and left hundreds missing.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Facebook Sales, Profit Beat Analysts' Estimates

Facebook Sales, Profit Beat Analysts' Estimates

Facebook Inc. reported revenue that beat Wall Street estimates, showing the largest social-media company's advertising business is weathering scrutiny over a series of privacy scandals.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Fed Still Wants Rates to Be Primary Policy Tool, Natwest Markets Says

Fed Still Wants Rates to Be Primary Policy Tool, Natwest Markets Says

Michelle Girard, chief economist at Natwest Markets Securities, talks about Federal Reserve policy. The Fed signaled it's done raising interest rates for at least a while and will be flexible in reducing its bond holdings.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - U.K. Parliament Rips Up Brexit Deal, Sends May Back to Talks

U.K. Parliament Rips Up Brexit Deal, Sends May Back to Talks

Theresa May promised to go back to Brussels to re-negotiate Brexit after Parliament ripped up the deal she's spent the past year and a half stitching together. On a rare good night for the U.K. prime minister, she won the backing of members of Par...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Weaker Dollar to Be Huge Tailwind for Emerging Markets, SEI's Smigiel Says

Weaker Dollar to Be Huge Tailwind for Emerging Markets, SEI's Smigiel Says

Jim Smigiel, chief investment officer of absolute returns strategies at SEI, talks about China's economic slowdown, the spats between the U.S. and China, the dollar and emerging markets.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - U.S., China May Be Digging in for Protracted Trade War, Fmr. USTR Official Says

U.S., China May Be Digging in for Protracted Trade War, Fmr. USTR Official Says

Timothy Keeler, partner at Mayer Brown LLP in Washington and the former chief of staff of the U.S. Trade Representative's office, about the disputes between the U.S. and its trading partners.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Took Position in Canada, Cumberland Advisors' Kotok Says

Took Position in Canada, Cumberland Advisors' Kotok Says

David Kotok, founder and chief investment officer at Cumberland Advisors, shares his investment strategy.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Trump Cancels Labor Day Plans as Canada, China Trade Disputes Loom

Trump Cancels Labor Day Plans as Canada, China Trade Disputes Loom

President Donald Trump abruptly canceled an outing on Monday to place calls on trade, his spokeswoman said, as he prepares to confront both China and Canada this week.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Dollar Has More Upward Pressure, AMP Capital's Oliver Says

Dollar Has More Upward Pressure, AMP Capital's Oliver Says

Shane Oliver, head of investment strategy at AMP Capital Investors Ltd. in Sydney, talks about emerging-market woes and opportunities, and the U.S and Australian dollars.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Trump Tariffs Could Have Little or No Effect on U.S. Trade Deficit, Professor Says

Trump Tariffs Could Have Little or No Effect on U.S. Trade Deficit, Professor Says

John Romalis, professor of economics at the University of Sydney, talks about the trade dispute between the U.S. and China. The U.S. is leaning toward a fresh round of tariffs against Chinese imports, this time for $200 billion in goods.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - 'Very Bearish' on Emerging Markets, Pepperstone's Weston Says

'Very Bearish' on Emerging Markets, Pepperstone's Weston Says

Chris Weston, head of research at Pepperstone, talks about stocks, bonds and currencies.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Trump Readies Tariffs on Another $200 billion in Chinese Goods

Trump Readies Tariffs on Another $200 billion in Chinese Goods

The deadline for public consultation on President Donald Trump's plan for tariffs on another $200 billion in Chinese imports ends Thursday.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Trump Slams `Decades of Abuse' by Canada After Nafta Talks Stall

Trump Slams `Decades of Abuse' by Canada After Nafta Talks Stall

President Donald Trump slammed what he termed "decades of abuse" by Canada with a new threat to terminate the NAFTA, a day after talks stalled. "There is no political necessity to keep Canada in the new NAFTA deal.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Vodafone Hutchison, TPG Telecom to Create $8 Billion Company

Vodafone Hutchison, TPG Telecom to Create $8 Billion Company

Vodafone Hutchison Australia has agreed to combine its mobile phone business in Australia with broadband provider TPG Telecom to create a company worth as much as A$10.9 billion ($8 billion).
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia - Tesla HR Chief Has Been on Leave Amid Musk's Tumult

Tesla HR Chief Has Been on Leave Amid Musk's Tumult

Tesla's head of human resources and facilities has been on a leave of absence as the electric-car maker has dealt with a period of intense tumult spurred by CEO Elon Musk.
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