Bloomberg Daybreak Europe-logo

Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

Bloomberg News

Overnight on Wall Street is morning in Europe. Bloomberg Daybreak Europe is anchored live from London and New York tracking breaking news in Europe and around the world. Markets never sleep, and neither does Bloomberg News. Monitor your investments 24 hours a day, around the clock from around the globe. Hosted by Caroline Hepker and Roger Hearing.

Overnight on Wall Street is morning in Europe. Bloomberg Daybreak Europe is anchored live from London and New York tracking breaking news in Europe and around the world. Markets never sleep, and neither does Bloomberg News. Monitor your investments 24 hours a day, around the clock from around the globe. Hosted by Caroline Hepker and Roger Hearing.

Location:

United States

Description:

Overnight on Wall Street is morning in Europe. Bloomberg Daybreak Europe is anchored live from London and New York tracking breaking news in Europe and around the world. Markets never sleep, and neither does Bloomberg News. Monitor your investments 24 hours a day, around the clock from around the globe. Hosted by Caroline Hepker and Roger Hearing.

Language:

English


Episodes

Ollagnier: Current Crisis Could Be Leveraged for Growth

7/7/2020
New research from Accenture has found that two-thirds of business leaders globally are optimistic the European market will make a relatively fast recovery from the economic downturn caused by the pandemic. Accenture's European CEO Jean-Marc Ollagnier tells Daybreak Europe's Nejra Cehic and Roger Hearing that Europe is at a crossroads after years of lagging productivity and performance compared to the US and China.

Duration:00:06:31

Williams: U.K. Stock Gains Will Look More Like Japan

7/3/2020
Mid-cap stock market momentum in the U.K. over the past 30 years may be coming to an end with this pandemic, with the market looking at Japanese-style minimal gains, according to Gervais Williams, head of equities at Premier Miton Investors. He tells Daybreak Europe's Caroline Hepker and Roger Hearing that he is looking for companies now that can outperform a weak economy.

Duration:00:07:36

Morgan: London Needs Social Distancing Dropped

7/3/2020
Public transport is crucial for getting footfall back in London's West End says Ros Morgan, chief executive of the Heart of London Business Alliance, who argues that social distancing needs to be relaxed so people can use it. Morgan tells Daybreak Europe's Caroline Hepker and Roger Hearing a central London recovery plan would also need committed government finance to get the area back on track, extending tax-free shopping to EU visitors, and a review of the whole business rates system.

Duration:00:04:16

Nichols: U.K. Hospitality Sector Needs A VAT Cut

7/3/2020
A cut in VAT would stimulate confidence in customers wondering whether to return to restaurants and hotels says Kate Nichols, U.K Hospitality chief executive. Nichols tells Daybreak Europe's Caroline Hepker and Roger Hearing the sector needs to hear from Chancellor Rishi Sunak that businesses will be sustained through the recovery phase and there won't be a cliff-edge in government support for what is the third largest employer in Britain.

Duration:00:04:14

British Land CFO: Encouraging Signs for Footfall, Rent

7/3/2020
The post-lockdown footfall at stores has been encouraging says British Land's CFO Simon Carter. He spoke to Daybreak Europe's Sandra Kilhof about the company's new ambitious strategy to deliver net zero emissions across its entire portfolio by the end of the decade. When asked whether this is feasible amid the income pressures stemming from the pandemic, Carter insisted the green investment will not cost the firm.

Duration:00:05:41

Property Portfolio: Tradespeople Hard Hit By Covid-19

7/2/2020
The U.K. government needs to push more investment like the bounce-back loans for smaller firms says the CEO of tradesmen recommendation service Rated People, Adrienne Minster. She told Daybreak Europe's Sandra Kilhof on Property Portfolio that interior work has plunged up to 70 percent during the pandemic, in a major hit to an industry responsible for 1 in 5 of all businesses in the country.

Duration:00:04:28

Brookes: European Consumers Prioritise Safety, Online

7/2/2020
Safety is now the number one priority, over convenience or price, for customers who shop in physical locations, says Erin Brookes, managing director and head of retail for Europe at Alvarez & Marsal. Brookes tells Daybreak Europe's Caroline Hepker and Roger Hearing there is an permanent shift to online across Europe, with people buying in categories they had never before engaged with in that matter, but that is balanced against a general tightening of expenditure amid nervousness around...

Duration:00:04:15

Farhat: Surge in Hong Kong Enquiries About U.K. Move

7/2/2020
There has been a spike in the inquiries from people with BNO status in Hong Kong about moving to the U.K. says Fadi Farhat, senior legal officer at immigration solicitors Gulbenkian Andonian in London. But he told Daybreak Europe's Caroline Hepker and Roger Hearing that legally there are potentially plenty of problems with the U.K.'s offer which China has already said breaches the 1997 joint declaration.

Duration:00:06:22

Brussels Edition: Merkel Takes the EU Reins Amid Crisis

7/1/2020
For a leader known for her Teflon resilience, Angela Merkel’s final act as German chancellor may be her biggest performance yet. Germany is taking over the European Union’s rotating six-month presidency hoping to put the pieces back together after the corona crisis. Merkel is backing an early deal on the unprecedented €750 billion recovery fund and steer the bloc through the U.S. elections, the last stretch of Brexit trade talks and China’s rising. In this episode of The Brussels Edition,...

Duration:00:14:44

BCC: Cut Employers' NI Tax Burden

7/1/2020
Adam Marshall, director general of the British Chambers of Commerce says the government needs to do more to restore business and consumer confidence in the U.K. He tells Daybreak Europe's Nejra Cehic and Roger Hearing a cut to employers' National Insurance contributions is one necessary measure along with subsidies for apprenticeships.

Duration:00:04:51

Jung: Rebound Will Happen, But Not To Pre-Virus Levels

7/1/2020
There will be a net loss to the global economy by the end of the year even though there will be a significant rebound in major economies says Gero Jung, chief economist at Mirabaud. Jung tells Daybreak Europe's Nejra Cehic and Roger Hearing the stimulus by central banks and fiscal authorities is unprecedented, but he expects unemployment rates will remain elevated for a long time.

Duration:00:06:52

McAllister: EU Won't Accept Brexit Deal at Any Cost

6/29/2020
David McAllister, member of the European Parliament and German CDU politician, sees more willingness to reach a Brexit deal but he tells Daybreak Europe's Matt Miller and Anna Edwards that both sides need to find tangible progress in all areas in parallel.

Duration:00:07:19

Brain: Recovery To Be Slower Than Equity Markets Pricing

6/29/2020
Unemployment is going to be around for a while and economies need to adjust gradually over the next six months, because it is going to take a lot longer to get back to where we were at the start of 2020, says Paul Brain, head of fixed income at Newton Investment Management. Brain tells Daybreak Europe's Caroline Hepker and Roger Hearing that the U.S. needs to follow the U.K. and Europe with the kind of fiscal support they are injecting into their economies for the recovery phase of this...

Duration:00:08:16

Drayton: Many City Firms Have Links to Slavery

6/26/2020
The sources of wealth for many of the biggest names in the City of London are linked to the slave trade and plantations that used slave labour, says Richard Drayton, professor of imperial history at King's College London. Drayton tells Daybreak Europe's Roger Hearing banks like Barings, Kleinwort and Schroders all had interests in businesses like tobacco that used slaves. He adds that many firms that had government compensation payments at the end of slavery, invested that money in the City.

Duration:00:05:00

Olsen: Hopes for Lighter Lockdown Fuelling Risk-On

6/26/2020
Despite the worrying rise in virus cases in the U.S., investors think any new lockdown will be more light touch, says Las Olsen, chief economist at Danske Bank. Olsen tells Daybreak Europe's Roger Hearing consumers come back quickly once things are open, particularly in Europe, but in China it is taking longer for demand to return.

Duration:00:07:36

Property Portfolio: Futures Offices Are Social & Distant

6/25/2020
Employers are reconfiguring their workspaces as the coronavirus pandemic fundamentally changes how we go about working. Jack Pringle, EMEA regional director at leading architecture firm Perkins and Will tells Daybreak Europe's Sandra Kilhof on Property Portfolio, that the days of high-density offices are likely over.

Duration:00:04:34

Taylor: Too Early to Call a V-Shaped Recovery

6/24/2020
The data is rebounding but the economic recovery is still in doubt, says Georgina Taylor, fund manager at Invesco Asset Management. She tells Daybreak Europe's Nejra Cehic and Roger Hearing that even getting to 2019 levels by the end of 2021 could be be a bit heroic. Taylor says equity markets are well ahead of the recovery, but policy stimulus lends itself to having exposure to credit, and it may be time to scale back on dollar bets, given the risks around the U.S. election and difficulties...

Duration:00:06:51

Ifo's Fuest: German Business Sees Light at End of Tunnel

6/24/2020
German businesses are growing more confident that billions of euros in government support and a rebound in private spending will spearhead an economic recovery in the latter part of this year. Daybreak Europe's Anna Edwards spoke to Ifo chief Clemens Fuest, as the institute's latest survey showed sentiment at companies improved further in June, and a gauge of expectations rose for a second month.

Duration:00:05:29

Brussels Edition: China Draws Scrutiny from Europe

6/23/2020
The EU-China summit this week, led by European Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen and Chinese leader Xi Jinping, certified the growing tensions between the two sides. It ended with no joint communique as Chinese officials drew scrutiny from Europe’s top institutions over Hong Kong, misinformation and business practices. In this special episode of The Brussels Edition, Bloomberg’s Matt Miller and Maria Tadeo discuss the geopolitical implications with former NATO Secretary General...

Duration:00:14:02

Avast CEO: Cybersecurity in Focus Amid Surge in Attacks

6/23/2020
The number of cyberattacks is increasing as people move more to working from home says Ondrej Vlcek, chief executive officer of cybersecurity company Avast. Vlcek tells Daybreak Europe's Nejra Cehic and Roger Hearing that, although not everyone will stay working from home post-pandemic, there will be some form of hybrid model with people working some time at home and some time in the office, and companies will be more flexible.

Duration:00:05:04