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 - We Have an Outlook of Stability on Yuan, Says StanChart's Gill

We Have an Outlook of Stability on Yuan, Says StanChart's Gill

Manpreet Gill, head of FICC strategy at Standard Chartered Private Bank, discusses the U.S. dollar and the yuan.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - President Xi Is on a Massive Charm Offensive, Says Lowy Institute's Lemahieu

President Xi Is on a Massive Charm Offensive, Says Lowy Institute's Lemahieu

Herve Lemahieu, Asian power and diplomacy program director at Lowy Institute, discusses Chinese President Xi Jinping's tour of Europe and what has come out of the trip.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Thailand Vote Result Delayed Until Friday

Thailand Vote Result Delayed Until Friday

Still no clear result from Thailand's general election over the weekend. Both major parties are claiming the right to form a government and now election authorities are facing calls to resign for repeatedly delaying the results and failing to acco...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - JPMorgan's Hui Is Optimistic on Risk Assets Over Course of 2019

JPMorgan's Hui Is Optimistic on Risk Assets Over Course of 2019

Tai Hui, chief Asia market strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management, discusses the current state of markets and where he sees them heading.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Samsung Warns of 1Q Profit Weakness

Samsung Warns of 1Q Profit Weakness

Samsung says its first-quarter financial results will be lower than market estimates because of a slump in memory-chip prices.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Airbus Wins $35B Deal From China

Airbus Wins $35B Deal From China

Airbus has sealed a megadeal with China. A $35B agreement was finalized during President Xi's visit to Paris.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Kapstream's Lee Likes Corporate Debt, High-Yielding EM Currencies

Kapstream's Lee Likes Corporate Debt, High-Yielding EM Currencies

Raymond Lee, managing director and portfolio manager at Kapstream Capital, discusses where he's seeing opportunities for returns during periods of inversion.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Defeat for May Hands Control of Brexit Process to Parliament

Defeat for May Hands Control of Brexit Process to Parliament

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May has lost control over the Brexit process. The House of Commons has voted 329-to-302 to strip power away from May.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Japan Economy Has About All the Help From the BOJ it Can Handle, Says CLAS's Smith

Japan Economy Has About All the Help From the BOJ it Can Handle, Says CLAS's Smith

Nicholas Smith, Japan strategist at CLSA, discusses Japan's February inflation data and what it means for the Bank of Japan and for the economy.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Thailand Holds General Election on March 24

Thailand Holds General Election on March 24

Pavida Pananond, associate professor of international business at Thammasat Business School, and Paul Chambers, special advisor on international affairs at Naresuan University's College of ASEAN Community Studies, talk about Thailand's upcoming ge...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Odds of a No-Deal Brexit Still Very Low, Says Peterson Institute's Kirkegaard

Odds of a No-Deal Brexit Still Very Low, Says Peterson Institute's Kirkegaard

Jacob Kirkegaard, senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, discusses the EU giving Theresa May two additional weeks to avoid a no-deal Brexit.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Tencent Posted 'Solid' Results, Macquarie's Huang Says

Tencent Posted 'Solid' Results, Macquarie's Huang Says

Wendy Huang, head of internet, media and education research for Asia at Macquarie Group, talks about Tencent Holdings Ltd.'s results and outlook. Tencent posted a slump in fourth-quarter earnings on increased spending as its prized games business ...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Australia Jobless Rate Drop Would Be Very Welcomed by RBA, EY's Masters Says

Australia Jobless Rate Drop Would Be Very Welcomed by RBA, EY's Masters Says

Joanne Masters, chief economist at Ernst & Young, talks about Australia's economy and central bank policy. Australian unemployment unexpectedly fell in February as fewer people sought work and floods and bush fires disrupted data collection.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - BlackRock's Keenan Favors Higher-Quality Credit in Emerging Markets

BlackRock's Keenan Favors Higher-Quality Credit in Emerging Markets

James Keenan, chief investment officer and global co-head of credit at BlackRock, talks about the opportunities he sees in Asian emerging markets.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Jefferies's Darby Doesn't See a Recession or Market Slowdown From Here

Jefferies's Darby Doesn't See a Recession or Market Slowdown From Here

Sean Darby, chief global equity strategist at Jefferies, discusses market sentiment, the global economy and his outlook for Japanese equities.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - U.S. Inflation Isn't Going Anywhere, Says StanChart's Meskin

U.S. Inflation Isn't Going Anywhere, Says StanChart's Meskin

Sonia Meskin, U.S. economist at Standard Chartered, discusses U.S. inflation and where she sees the markets heading following the Fed's policy decision.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Trump Says China Tariffs to Stay

Trump Says China Tariffs to Stay

President Trump says tariffs on China will stay in place until he's sure that Beijing is complying with any trade deal. His comments now dim hopes that the two nations will agree to roll back duties as part of a lasting truce.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Kroszner: Impact of Trade Disputes Greater on Chinese Economy Overall

Kroszner: Impact of Trade Disputes Greater on Chinese Economy Overall

Randy Kroszner, deputy dean for executive programs at Chicago Booth School and former governor of the Federal Reserve, discusses the U.S.-China trade negotiations, how they're impacting the economies, his views on Fed policy, how it may impact mar...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - PayPal's Mahadevan Says Most Growth Coming From Asia

PayPal's Mahadevan Says Most Growth Coming From Asia

Rohan Mahadevan, senior vice president of international markets at Paypal, talks about the company's new deal with Facebook Inc.'s Instagram, partnerships around the globe, business outlook and strategy.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Second-to-Last Flight of Doomed Lion Air Jet Saved by Hitchiking Pilot

Second-to-Last Flight of Doomed Lion Air Jet Saved by Hitchiking Pilot

The penultimate flight of the doomed Indonesian Lion Air jet that crashed October 2018 was saved by an extra, off-duty pilot who happened to be riding in the cockpit. That pilot successfully diagnosed and disabled the flight-control system that wa...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Indian Rupee Likely to Strengthen at Least in Short Term, BoAML's Garg Says

Indian Rupee Likely to Strengthen at Least in Short Term, BoAML's Garg Says

Rohit Garg, foreign-exchange and rates strategist for Asia at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, talks about the Indian rupee, the Thai baht, the dollar and the Indonesian rupiah.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Cooling of China Doesn't Mean Cooling of The Collective Asian Story, Khanna Says

Cooling of China Doesn't Mean Cooling of The Collective Asian Story, Khanna Says

Parag Khanna, managing partner of strategic advisory firm FutureMap and author of "The Future Is Asia," talks about the region's economies, Huawei Technologies Co., and the trade spat between China and the U.S..
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - Credit Suisse's Woods Sees Opportunities in China Insurers, Banks

Credit Suisse's Woods Sees Opportunities in China Insurers, Banks

John Woods, chief investment officer for Asia-Pacific at Credit Suisse, talks about emerging-market stocks, and the trade negotiations between the U.S. and China.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia - South Korea's Moon Calls for Investigation Into K-Pop Scandal

South Korea's Moon Calls for Investigation Into K-Pop Scandal

South Korean President Moon Jae-in called for an investigation into a sex and corruption scandal involving Seoul's nightclubs after a K-Pop star underwent questioning last week about alleged links to prostitution.
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