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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 Markus Karlsson.

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 Markus Karlsson.
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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 Markus Karlsson.

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Bloomfield: Innovation is Key for Valuable Brands

9/21/2018
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(Bloomberg) -- Vodafone is the most valuable brand in the UK because it's pioneered innovation beyond the mobile space says Jane Bloomfield, Head of Business Development at Kantar UK. She told Daybreak Europe's Matt Miller and Markus Karlsson that UK brands like Just Eat and Deliveroo are doing particularly well as they have put customer experience at the heart of eating in.

Duration:00:04:32

Donay: Still Waiting to Dive Back into EM

9/20/2018
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(Bloomberg) -- It could be very painful to dive back into emerging markets prematurely, says Christophe Donay, head of asset allocation and macro research at Pictet Wealth Management. He told Daybreak Europe's Yousef Gamal El-Din and Markus Karlsson that he would rather be late to an EM rally, than jump in too soon. He also spoke about why he sees the ten-year Treasury yield drifting back below 3%.

Duration:00:11:19

Hesse: Investors Betting on US China Deal By Midterms

9/19/2018
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(Bloomberg) --Investors are hoping that the US and Chinese Presidents will come together before the midterm elections and find a deal to avoid a trade trade war, says Carsten Hesse, European Economist at Berenberg. He also told Daybreak Europe's Matt Miller and Markus Karlsson that exports are doing well because of a strong US economy.

Duration:00:07:13

Paolini: Critical to See China's Response to US Tariffs

9/18/2018
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(Bloomberg) -- The Chinese equities market is down 25-percent since January which shows a lot was priced in, says Luca Paolini, Chief Strategist at Pictet Asset Management after the US announced 10 percent tariffs on 200 billion dollars of Chinese good. Speaking to Daybreak Europe's Nejra Cehic and Markus Karlsson Paolini said the trade war is forcing China to do more in terms of fiscal and monetary stimulus. He also suggested that this may be the peak of the crisis.

Duration:00:08:44

BCC's Thiru: UK Business Needs Brexit Clarity

9/17/2018
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(Bloomberg) -- A lack of clarity surrounding Britain's exit from the EU is hurting investment into the U.K. That's why Britain's economy is likely to grow less than expected going forward says Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce. He spoke to Daybreak Europe's Anna Edwards and Markus Karlsson as the BCC downgraded its GDP forecasts for the next two years, saying Britain could face the second worst decade of growth on record.

Duration:00:04:39

Kehoe: Hedge Funds Better Off Now Than Pre-crisis

9/17/2018
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(Bloomberg) -- Investors are in a better position today than prior to the financial crisis in terms of the liquidity that is available, according to Tom Kehoe, Global Head of Research at AIMA. Elaborating on a new report regarding hedge fund liquidity, Kehoe also shared advice with Daybreak Europe's Nejra Cehic and Markus Karlsson on which questions investors should ask hedge fund managers.

Duration:00:09:16

Jonsson: Iceland Will Survive Another Crisis

9/14/2018
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(Bloomberg) -- Asgeir Jonsson, economics professor at the University of Iceland says the nation's recovery came with law change, rapid growth and a tourism boom. He told Daybreak Europe's Anna Edwards and Matt Miller lessons from the past leave the country in a good position to weather and survive another crisis.

Duration:00:04:15

Hammarlund: Turkish Rate Hike a Step in the Right Direction

9/14/2018
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(Bloomberg) -- The fact that EM central banks have been given the political room to hike rates is a positive signal, according to Per Hammarlund, Chief EM Strategist at SEB. He told Daybreak Europe's Francine Lacqua and Markus Karlsson that authorities now need to consolidate public finances and off-budget spending. Hammarlund spoke after Turkey's central bank hiked rates in September 2018.

Duration:00:08:14

Moody's: Implications of No-Deal Brexit Remain Unknown

9/14/2018
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(Bloomberg) -- Colin Ellis, Chief Credit Officer for EMEA at Moody's says a no deal Brexit would definitely cause credit challenges for sovereigns, corporates, banks and other rated issuers. He told Daybreak Europe's Anna Edwards and Matt Miller that most investment-grade companies have enough liquidity and financing to get them through a no-deal scenario in March 2019 fairly easily.

Duration:00:05:40

Skidelsky: Another Big Financial Crisis is Coming

9/13/2018
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(Bloomberg) -- A significant financial crisis is coming and a political storm could bring it forward, according to Robert Skidelsky, Professor of political economy at the University of and Member of the House of Lords. He also told Daybreak Europe's Nejra Cehic and Markus Karlsson that getting debt and inequality down in addition to creating a better banking regulation system are key to mitigating risk.

Duration:00:07:02

NIESR's Chadha: Economy Has Reduced Potential for Growth

9/13/2018
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(Bloomberg) -- The reduction in foreign direct investment and national investment has led to subdued economic potential in the United Kingdom, says Jagjit Chadha, Director at the National Institute of Economic & Social Research. He also told Daybreak Europe's Markus Karlsson and Matt Miller that one of the key negotiating tools the U.K. should use in Brexit negotiations with the European Union is its highly skilled workforce and ability to trade with the world.

Duration:00:04:20

Brzeski: Good Chance EU-UK will Strike Brexit Deal

9/12/2018
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(Bloomberg) -- There is still a pretty good chance that the EU and UK will strike a deal for Brexit, Carsten Brzeski, Chief Economist at ING told Bloomberg's Markus Karlsson and Nejra Cehic on Daybreak Europe. He added that it's in the UK government's best interests to reach an agreement but that, should negotiations fail, the Europeans cannot be blamed.

Duration:00:08:11

Olsen: Trade War is Key Risk for Companies, EM

9/12/2018
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(Bloomberg) -- While a trade war is a big risk for individual companies, it's not much of a risk for global growth. That’s according to Las Olsen, Chief Economist at Danske Bank. He was speaking with Bloomberg's Matt Miller and Markus Karlsson on Daybreak Europe. Olsen also added that emerging markets in particular are more susceptible to risks arising from the trade war.

Duration:00:08:10

Beauchamp: Change In E.U.'s Brexit Position is Overdue

9/11/2018
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(Bloomberg) -- We should have seen the European Union shift its position on a Brexit deal two years ago but despite this delay the news could still push the Bank of England towards a rate hike, says Chris Beauchamp, Senior Market Analyst at ING. Speaking to Daybreak Europe's Matt Miller and Markus Karlsson, he also discussed further pains for European equity bulls and why we can expect investors to go long on the U.S. dollar for some time.

Duration:00:07:37

Harrison: The Big Unknown for EM

9/11/2018
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(Bloomberg) -- The trade stand-off remains the biggest challenge for emerging markets, says Jon Harrison, managing director of EM at TS Lombard. He told Daybreak Europe's Nejra Cehic and Markus Karlsson why he thinks that India is a relative safe haven.

Duration:00:07:23

Manpower: UK Hiring Intentions Hit 2012 Low

9/11/2018
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(Bloomberg) -- Employers are split about Britain’s immediate prospects in the run-up to Brexit, according to Mark Cahill, a managing director at Manpower. He spoke to Daybreak Europe's Matt Miller and Anna Edwards about a new report, which shows that hiring intentions in the U.K. are at their lowest in six years. Cahill spoke after fresh U.K. data showed an acceleration in weekly earnings while the jobless rate held steady at a 40-year low.

Duration:00:03:46

How Corporate Bond Issuers Prep for Brexit

9/11/2018
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(Bloomberg) -- Corporate borrowers are stepping up efforts to avoid being caught off guard when Britain leaves the EU next year. Warnings about Brexit risks in bond documents are getting longer. Bloomberg's Katie Linsell spoke to Daybreak Europe's Nejra Cehic and Markus Karlsson about how issuers are trying to head off the regulatory limbo associated with Brexit.

Duration:00:04:28

Keen: Private Debt Could Trigger Another Crisis

9/10/2018
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(Bloomberg) -- What might trigger the next financial crisis and recession? In the week of the 10th anniversary of the Lehman Brothers crash, Bloomberg Daybreak Europe's Markus Karlsson and Yousef Gamal El Din spoke to Steve Keen, Head of the School of Economics at Kingston University. Keen is one of the few who predicted the 2008 financial crisis and now says growing private debt is the threat to watch. Yet the risk associated with private debt is widely underappreciated by market...

Duration:00:04:56

Sundling: Sweden's Fundamentals Outshine Indecisive Election

9/10/2018
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(Bloomberg) -- Sweden's strong economy continues to surprise on the upside says Mattias Sundling, Strategist at Danske Bank. He told Daybreak Europe's Markus Karlsson and Matt Miller that the limited impact of a cool-off in Sweden's housing bubble, coupled with the strength of the Swedish Krona, mean that the market consequences of the election are muted. He added that the best election outcome for markets moving forward would be a majority government, albeit unlikely.

Duration:00:07:40

Malone: A Textbook Emerging Market Crisis

9/6/2018
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(Bloomberg) -- Emerging markets have been hit by a dollar rally and higher funding rates driven by the Federal Reserve's hiking path says Martin Malone, Strategist at Mint Partners. He told Daybreak Europe's Anna Edwards that all emerging countries will have to implement intervention techniques as crisis management tools. He added that a 'triple crash' of bonds stocks and currencies in developed economies is a signal of wider EM contagion.

Duration:00:08:43