Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

Bloomberg's morning show takes a look at market openings in Europe and analyses all the breaking news stories essential for your business day ahead.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - Market Equivalence Is Key to Any Brexit Deal, Says Royal London Asset Management's Gibson

Market Equivalence Is Key to Any Brexit Deal, Says Royal London Asset Management's Gibson

Cathy Gibson, head of dealing at Royal London Asset Management, discusses Brexit and the U.K.'s trading relationship with the EU.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - Uber to Buy Dubai-Based Careem for $3.1B

Uber to Buy Dubai-Based Careem for $3.1B

Uber has confirmed it is buying Dubai-based rival Careem. The deal is worth $3.1B and is Uber's priciest purchase ever.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - Parliament to Vote Wednesday on Next Steps for Brexit

Parliament to Vote Wednesday on Next Steps for Brexit

Another big defeat for U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May. Parliament has taken control of the Brexit process from her and will now put forth its own plan of how the U.K. will exit the European Union. Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn called May's plan...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - ING's Knightley Sees GBP-USD Trade to Be Above 1.40 in Next Few Months

ING's Knightley Sees GBP-USD Trade to Be Above 1.40 in Next Few Months

James Knightley, chief international economist at ING, and Christoph Rieger, head of rates and credit research at Commerzbank, discuss their calls on cable and how they're positioning portfolios around gilts.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - May Gets Two Week Brexit Delay: Now What?

May Gets Two Week Brexit Delay: Now What?

EU leaders have agreed to give Theresa May an extra two weeks to work out what to do with Brexit. They told the prime minister that if lawmakers don't endorse her Brexit deal next week, she'll have until April 12th to decide whether to leave with ...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - Swedbank CEO Survives Initial Review Into Money Laundering Allegations

Swedbank CEO Survives Initial Review Into Money Laundering Allegations

Swedbank says its chief executive will continue in the job based on the findings of a preliminary review into money laundering allegations. The review was commissioned following allegations that the Scandinavian bank allowed billions of dollars of...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - JPMorgan Asset Says Very Hard to See Meaningful Rise in Gilt Yields

JPMorgan Asset Says Very Hard to See Meaningful Rise in Gilt Yields

Diana Amoa, a senior portfolio manager at JPMorgan Asset Management, and Carl Tannenbaum, chief economist at Northern Trust Corp., talk about the Brexit negotiations and the market implications. European Union leaders staved off the threat of the ...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - We Are Long European Rates, Says Legal & General's Roe

We Are Long European Rates, Says Legal & General's Roe

John Roe, head of multi asset funds at Legal & General Investment Management, discusses the European rates curve, why it is a strong predictor of returns, why he's bullish on European equities and why there is opportunity in the contrarian trade.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - Brexit Delay Spat Sees U.K. on the Brink

Brexit Delay Spat Sees U.K. on the Brink

Theresa May's standoff with the European Union is driving the U.K. to the brink of a no-deal divorce. The prime minister has formally asked for an extension, but the Bloc has its own conditions for granting such a delay.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - We Want to Grow Significantly in Asset Management, Says Generali CEO

We Want to Grow Significantly in Asset Management, Says Generali CEO

Philippe Donnet, chief executive officer at Generali, discusses his priorities for the next 12 months, his growth strategy, his commitment to dividends, Italy's economy, the possibility of a global recession, consolidation in the industry and wher...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - Ghana Finance Minister on Bond Sale, 100-Year-Bond, Cedi

Ghana Finance Minister on Bond Sale, 100-Year-Bond, Cedi

Ghana Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta discusses Ghana's bond sale, coming back to the market in 2019, the selling of century bonds, the collapse of the currency and working with the IMF.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - Deutsche Bank's Raedler to Remain 'Underweight' Europe Relative to U.S.

Deutsche Bank's Raedler to Remain 'Underweight' Europe Relative to U.S.

Sebastian Raedler, equity strategist for Deutsche Bank, talks about U.S. and European stocks.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - OPEC's Barkindo Says NOPEC Would Not Serve Best Interest of U.S.

OPEC's Barkindo Says NOPEC Would Not Serve Best Interest of U.S.

OPEC Secretary General Mohammad Barkindo talks about the meeting of the group and its partners held in Baku, Azerbaijan. A committee of OPEC+ agreed to go beyond their pledged supply curbs in the coming months. Barkindo also discusses the uncertai...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - Must Be Stuff in the Background That We Don't Know About Merger, Says DGWA CEO

Must Be Stuff in the Background That We Don't Know About Merger, Says DGWA CEO

Stefan Mueller, chief executive officer at DGWA, discusses the merger talks between Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank and what the merger could mean for shareholders and investors.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - Expect More Bank Consolidation Throughout Europe, Says Vontobel's CEO

Expect More Bank Consolidation Throughout Europe, Says Vontobel's CEO

Zeno Staub, chief executive officer at Vontobel, discusses the current state of markets, bank consolidation in Europe and his long-term hiring plans.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - Could See Another Decade of Risk Asset Returns, Says Mint Partners's Malone

Could See Another Decade of Risk Asset Returns, Says Mint Partners's Malone

Martin Malone, chief economist at Mint Partners, discusses the Fed's dot plots and his outlook for markets.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - Pound Probably Headed Lower Again, Toronto-Dominion's Kelly Says

Pound Probably Headed Lower Again, Toronto-Dominion's Kelly Says

Richard Kelly, head of global strategy at Toronto-Dominion Bank, talks about the Brexit negotiations, the implications for the pound, and Bank of England's policy.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - I Wouldn't Play the Pound Right Now, Says CBA's Haddad

I Wouldn't Play the Pound Right Now, Says CBA's Haddad

Elias Haddad, senior currency strategist at Commonwealth Bank of Australia, discusses his views on the pound and volatility in the currency.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - Parliament Backs May's Brexit Delay Motion

Parliament Backs May's Brexit Delay Motion

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May has won a rare victory with the House of Commons endorsing her plan to delay Brexit. The result means her twice-rejected deal remains in play. She's offering MPs a choice of backing her plan and delivering Brexit wi...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - U.K. Market Feels Like its Underowned, Says Schroders's Davidson

U.K. Market Feels Like its Underowned, Says Schroders's Davidson

Katherine Davidson, portfolio manager of global and international equities at Schroders, discusses the U.K. markets and where she's finding opportunity.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - Are There Opportunities in U.K. Stocks Amid Brexit Uncertainty?

Are There Opportunities in U.K. Stocks Amid Brexit Uncertainty?

Ben Ritchie, senior investment manager at Aberdeen Standard Investments, talks about the Brexit negotiations, British stocks and the pound.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - Adidas Will See a Very Solid 2019, Says CEO Rorsted

Adidas Will See a Very Solid 2019, Says CEO Rorsted

Kasper Rorsted, chief executive officer at Adidas, discusses the company's warning of slower sales growth, his outlook for 2019, growth in Europe, the trends he's seeing, his relationship with Kanye West, the Reebok line and how he's preparing for...
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - Quilvest's Parker Sees a Further Increase in Pound Volatility

Quilvest's Parker Sees a Further Increase in Pound Volatility

Bob Parker, investment committee member at Quilvest Wealth Management, discusses his outlook for the Brexit Negotiations and his call on sterling.
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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe - The Death of Bond Volatility

The Death of Bond Volatility

Euro-area industrial production numbers will provide clues as to how the region is faring after a dire end to 2018. Prior weak readings have kept European bond yields perpetually depressed. Now, fears of so-called "Japanification" are gripping inv...
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