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Live market coverage co-anchored from Hong Kong and New York. Overnight on Wall Street is daytime in Asia. Markets never sleep, and neither does Bloomberg. Track your investments 24 hours a day, around the clock from around the world.Hosted by Bryan Curtis and Doug Krizner.

Live market coverage co-anchored from Hong Kong and New York. Overnight on Wall Street is daytime in Asia. Markets never sleep, and neither does Bloomberg. Track your investments 24 hours a day, around the clock from around the world.Hosted by Bryan Curtis and Doug Krizner.

Location:

United States

Genres:

Asian Talk

Description:

Live market coverage co-anchored from Hong Kong and New York. Overnight on Wall Street is daytime in Asia. Markets never sleep, and neither does Bloomberg. Track your investments 24 hours a day, around the clock from around the world.Hosted by Bryan Curtis and Doug Krizner.

Language:

English


Episodes

Good Healthcare Opportunities to Come in China (Radio)

2/20/2020
Sara Moreno, Emerging Markets Portfolio Manager, Jennison Associates joined Kathleen Hays and Bryan Curtis on Daybreak Asia. She explains her optimism over emerging markets, how things may move when concerns over coronavirus stabilize and where she sees interesting opportunities.

Duration:00:05:32

Slowdown in Virus Cases Likely to Boost Spending (Radio)

2/19/2020
Ben Emons, Managing Director:Global Macro Strategy, Medley Global Advisors, joined Bryan Curtis and Kathleen Hays. He says that a slowdown in coronavirus cases is encouraging and should boost confidence. He goes on ot discuss his recent analysis of relative values.

Duration:00:07:35

Impact For Tech And Semiconductors Likely Short Term (Radio)

2/18/2020
Sylvia Jablonski, Managing Director:Direxion Investments, Rafferty Asset Management, joined Kathleen Hays and Doug Krizner on Daybreak Asia. She explains why she still likes China, saying recovery fro teh tech sector will likely be fast once production fully resumes. She goes on to other interesting emerging markets she sees at present.

Duration:00:06:02

Easy to Point Fingers at China (Radio)

2/17/2020
Marc Chandler, Chief Market Strategist & Managing Partner, Bannockburn Global Forex, joined Doug Krizner and Kathleen Hays on Daybreak Asia. He says markets had been trying to look past the coronavirus outbreak, but news on Apple may be a setback. He goes on to how important tourism is for many economies and interesting currency trades.

Duration:00:08:25

FX Outlook Dependent on Virus Outbreak Duration (Radio)

2/16/2020
Steven Englander, Global Head:G10 FX Research, Standard Chartered Bank, joined Bryan Curtis and Paul Allen on Daybreak Asia. He says investors are paying a lot of attention to the number of cases and deaths from coronavirus outside China. He goes onto latest stimulus measures and which currencies may be most impacted.

Duration:00:07:52

Fed May Have to Get More Dovish (Radio)

2/13/2020
Nadine Terman, CEO/CIO/Founder, Solstein Capital, joined Bryan Curtis and Haslinda Amin on Daybreak Asia. She starts with a look at how markets are reacting to the coronavirus outbreak, goes on to analysis of the latest Fed speak and some interesting opportunities she sees.

Duration:00:06:15

China's Debt Load a Serious Concern (Radio)

2/12/2020
Steven Cochrane, Chief APAC Economist, Moody's Analytics, joined Paul Allen and Doug Krizner on Daybreak Asia. He discusses adjustments to growth forecasts as a result of the coronavirus outbreak, factors that may define recovery and how supply chains may be revised.

Duration:00:05:31

Good Analysis Vital For ESG Investing (Radio)

2/12/2020
Erika Karp, CEO/Founder, Cornerstone Capital joined Haslinda Amin and Bryan Curtis on Daybreak Asia. She discusses the rise in interest in ESG investing, says some fears of greenwashing are well founded and explains the importance of good analysis.

Duration:00:04:03

Bar to Hike Rates is Set Very High (Radio)

2/11/2020
Marvin Loh, Global Macro Strategist, State Street, joined Doug Krizner and Juliette Saly on Daybreak Asia. He takes a look at how the coronavirus might impact supply chains, reacts to Jerome Powell's testimony and explains why he thinks this earnings season isn't exceptional.

Duration:00:07:32

Preparation Key For Business Continuity (Radio)

2/10/2020
Howard Kerr, CEO, BSI Group, joined Juliette Saly and Doug Krizner on Daybreak Asia. He discusses what international standards are and how they develops, saying that business continuity and sustainability are key areas of focus at present.

Duration:00:05:03

Volatility to be Expected Ahead (Radio)

2/10/2020
Loreen Gilbert, President/Founder, Wealthwise Financial Services, joined Doug Krizner and Paul Allen on Daybreak Asia. She says we can expect volatility due to the virus outbreak, being late cycle and with the U.S. election ahead. She goes on to opportunities she sees in the healthcare sector.

Duration:00:06:17

China Consumption Key Factor in Gauging Virus Impact (Radio)

2/9/2020
James McCormack, Global Head of Sovereign Ratings, Fitch Ratings, joined Haslinda Amin and Doug Krizner on Daybreak Asia. He discusses how difficult it is to gauge the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the global economy. He explains why tourism, commodity demand, global supply chains and consumption in China are key factors.

Duration:00:05:22

U.S. Overwhelmingly a Domestic Service Economy (Radio)

2/6/2020
Ward McCarthy, Chief Financial Economist, Jefferies, joined Haslinda Amin and Bryan Curtis on Daybreak Asia. He explains why he is optimistic about the U.S. jobs report ahead. He goes on to impact of the coronavirus outbreak, saying the U.S. is well insulated.

Duration:00:05:12

Still Positive on Long Term Prospects For Macau (Radio)

2/5/2020
Colin Mansfield, Director, Corporate Finance, Fitch Ratings, joined Juliette Saly and Doug Krizner on Daybreak Asia. He discusses what impact the 15 day closure might have for Macau's casinos. He goes on to the longer term growth outlook for the sector.

Duration:00:06:33

Virus Still a Developing Situation For The Economy (Radio)

2/5/2020
Calvin Schnure, Senior Economist, Nareit, joined Kathleen Hays and Bryan Curtis on Daybreak Asia. He says the coronavirus outbreak shows how important the U.S.-China relationship is for the world economy. He goes on the risks posed to supply chains and factors driving the U.S. economy.

Duration:00:04:46

Market Addicted to Central Bank Actions (Radio)

2/4/2020
Jay Jacobs, Head:Research & Strategy, Global X Management Company, joined Bryan Curtis and Kathleen Hays on Daybreak Asia. He says investors may be settting aside coronavirus fears and focusing on central bank action instead. He goes on to reflect on earnings season so far and how the U.S. election may move things going forward.

Duration:00:06:02

Coronavirus Set to Dominate Headlines For Now (Radio)

2/3/2020
Mohit Bajaj, Director:Exchange-Traded Funds, WallachBeth Capital, joined Doug Krizner and Kathleen Hays on Daybreak Asia. He says the fall on China markets wasn't a surprise and that he expects choppy times ahead. He goes to say safe havens such as gold are set to continue to rally.

Duration:00:06:13

China Measures Should Help Prop up Markets (Radio)

2/2/2020
Francis Lun, CEO, Geosecurities, joined Doug Krizner and Kathleen Hays on Daybreak Asia. He takes a look at measures by China to prevent uncontrollable falls as markets reopen after an extended break. He says that going forward China needs to make sure it gets control on the number of new coronavirus cases.

Duration:00:06:46

Still an Overhang of Uncertainty For 2020 (Radio)

1/30/2020
Lara Rhame, Chief Economist:US, FS Investments, joined Bryan Curtis and Juliette Saly on Daybreak Asia. She says the world is very different now to how it was during SARS. She goes onto some of the key challenges the global economy faces over the year ahead

Duration:00:07:00

Expect a Bumpy Ride Ahead This Year (Radio)

1/29/2020
Scott Brown, Senior VP/Chief Economist, Raymond James, joined Bryan Curtis and Juliette Saly on Daybreak Asia. He gives his thoughts on the Fed meeting and Jerome Powell's commentary. He goes on to the potential economic impact of the coronavirus outbreak and what he expects from the BOE this week.

Duration:00:05:53