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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.
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Asian Talk

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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.

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Episodes

China Provides The Most Opportunities These Days

9/20/2018
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Eric Moffett, Portfolio Manager, T Rowe Price International, tells Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis and Juliette Saly domestic Chinese investors hate the market now, opening up many opportunities.

Duration:00:07:11

Growth Trade Back on, Justifying Higher Rates

9/20/2018
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Michael Cuggino, Chairman/President/Portfolio Manager, Pacific Heights Asset Management tells Bloomberg's Doug Krizner and Rishaad Salamat there are almost too many good factors and that U.S. growth can handle higher rates.

Duration:00:06:55

It Should Not Take Significant News to Push Us Higher (Radio)

9/20/2018
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Eric Winograd, Senior U.S. Economist, AllianceBernstein, tells Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis and Paul Allen U.S. job growth is strong and that should support higher prices.

Duration:00:06:36

Chinese Firms Move Investments From U.S. to Europe and Israel

9/20/2018
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Itamar Har-Even, CEO/Co-Founder, Ion Pacific tells Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis and Juliette Saly high-growth Chinese companies are moving to friendlier destinations.

Duration:00:07:13

On Trade, Why Not Walk Softly And Carry a Big Stick?

9/20/2018
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Michael Mattioli, Portfolio Manager, Manulife Asset Management tells Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis and Paul Allen the public blustering does not help.

Duration:00:06:39

Tariffs Just Not Big Enough to Derail US Growth

9/19/2018
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Margaret "Margie" Patel, Managing Director/Senior Portfolio Manager, Wells Capital Management tells Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis and Paul Allen US growth is too strong to be affected.

Duration:00:06:32

Have We Hit Bottom Yet on Cryptocurrencies? (Radio)

9/19/2018
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Michael Sonnenshein, Managing Director, Grayscale Investments speaks with Bloomberg's Doug Krizner and Juliette Saly about the crash in cryptocurrencies.

Duration:00:06:40

Now is a Dangerous Time to be in Markets (Radio)

9/17/2018
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Barry James, President and Portfolio Manager with James Investment Research, and President of the James Advantage Fund, joined Doug Krizner and Rishaad Salamat on Daybreak Asia to discuss the latest moves on trade and market reaction, explaining how President Trump needs a victory.

Duration:00:06:32

U.S. Economy More Resilient Than it Was in 2008 (Radio)

9/17/2018
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Larry White, Professor of Economics, Leonard N Stern School of Business, joined Rishaad Salamat and Doug Krizner on Daybreak Asia to discuss how the health of the U.S. economy has changed in the last 10 years. He concludes by saying predicting the next financial crisis is a tough one.

Duration:00:06:04

Chong Sing Holdings Refutes Shortseller Allegations (Radio)

9/17/2018
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Phang Yew Kiat, CEO of Chong Sing Holdings Fintech Group, joined Bryan Curtis and Doug Krizner on Daybreak Asia to discuss recent shortseller allegations, saying they are completely groundless. He explains how China internet related shares are at a 52 week low and how tightening regulation on fintech is causing further concern in the sector.

Duration:00:04:01

Trade Fracture in Digital World Profoundly Problematic (Radio)

9/16/2018
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Paul Schulte, Founder and Editor, Schulte Research, joined Doug Krizner and Juliette Saly on Daybreak Asia. He considers the latest on trade, saying that in China, people are coming to the thin end of their patience. He moves onto emerging market contagion, discussing the impact of being tied to monetary policy on the dollar.

Duration:00:06:50

Steady as She Goes For The BOJ This Week (Radio)

9/16/2018
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Steven Englander, Global Head:G10 FX Research & N American Strategy, Standard Chartered Bank, joined Doug Krizner and Paul Allen on Daybreak Asia to discuss volatility on currency markets and market positioning on trade. He goes on to say sterling will benefit from a decision on Brexit and that he feels the BOJ is waiting on a signal from inflation data before raising rates.

Duration:00:06:42

Potential For a Credit Led Correction Ahead (Radio)

9/16/2018
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Ben Axler, Founder and CIO Spruce Point Capital joined Doug Krizner and Paul Allen on Daybreak Asia to discuss how he has seen things change in the financial sector in the 10 years since the collapse of Lehman Brothers. He goes on to discuss some of areas in equity markets he is keeping the closest eye on at present and explains why he feels rates have been left too low for too long.

Duration:00:05:28

Trump Wants a Tweetable Win on Trade (Radio)

9/13/2018
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Dwyfor Evans, Head of APAC Macro Strategy, State Street Global Markets, joined Bryan Curtis and Stephen Engle on Daybreak Asia to discuss why he feels Trump needs a win ahead of the midterm elections on trade. He goes on to say there has never been a concrete policy on Made in China 2025 and looks into where he sees value in Asia.

Duration:00:06:39

Technology Driving F1 Fan Experience (Radio)

9/13/2018
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Mehul Kapadia, Global Head of Marketing and Managing Director of the F1 Business at Tata Communications, joined Bryan Curtis and Stephen Engle on Daybreak Asia ahead of the Singapore F1 Grand Prix to discuss some of the latest innovations in technology being used in the sport. He explains how it can enhance the fan experience as well as team performance.

Duration:00:06:44

China Now Downplaying Made in 2025 (Radio)

9/13/2018
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Le Xia - Chief Economist:Asia, BBVA Hong Kong joined Bryan Curtis and Paul Allen on Daybreak Asia to discuss the latest moves on trade, saying he sees some room for concessions on Made in China 2025. He goes on to look into China putting pressure on state owned enterprises to invest more in high technology and how policy priorities should be for financial stability.

Duration:00:06:58

Asia Much Better Prepared Now For Financial Crisis (Radio)

9/13/2018
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David Becker, Managing Director, Head of Asia Pacific, Broadridge Financial Solutions, joined Bryan Curtis and Paul Allen on Daybreak Asia to discuss how things have changed in the last 10 years since the financial crisis and how prepared we may be for the next. He goes into the biggest challenges Asia faces and investor appetite for returns.

Duration:00:06:49

U.S. Investors Still Sanguine Over Trade (Radio)

9/13/2018
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Marvin Loh, Senior Global Market Strategist, Bank of New York Mellon, joined Bryan Curtis and Rishaad Salamat on Daybreak Asia to discuss why he is constructive over markets at present. He goes on to say the current message from the Fed is as aggressive as it will get.

Duration:00:06:12

Apple Consolidating Technology Into One Family (Radio)

9/12/2018
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Gustavo Huber, IoT Practice Lead, Silicon Valley Software Group, joined Doug Krizner and Stephen Engle on Daybreak Asia to discuss today's Apple announcement, giving his thoughts on what Apple is getting right and wrong, saying the focus remains firmly on the iPhone.

Duration:00:06:55

China Has Whole Host of Issues to Deal With (Radio)

9/12/2018
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Brock Silvers, Partner/Managing Director, Kaiyuan Capital, joined Stephen Engle and Doug Krizner on Daybreak Asia to discuss his expectations for another round of trade talks between the U.S. and China. He goes on to the potential for a financial crisis in China ahead, saying problems are significant, but there are still equities worth investing in.

Duration:00:03:16