Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

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.
(Bloomberg) -- Current Saudi tensions should be in a mosaic with all that is going on around oil prices due to U.S. policy in Iran, says Mark Ha…
(Bloomberg) -- This week's equity selloff is a healthy correction, says Noel O'Halloran, CIO at KBI Global Investors. Speaking to Daybreak Europ…
(Bloomberg) -- I would not jump into the broad S&P500, says Cole Smead, managing director and co-portfolio manager at Smead Capital Management. …
(Bloomberg) -- Central banks stepping back alongside FX reserve managers have driven bond yields higher, says Jub Hurren, Fixed Income Manager a…
(Bloomberg) -- China and the U.S. will diverge in monetary policy over the next six months, according to Bob Parker, Quilvest Wealth Management …
(Bloomberg) -- Comments from Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell drove Treasury yields to seven-year highs, said Jim McDonald, chief investme…
(Bloomberg) -- Italian politicians are likely to handle budget negotiations with the European Union better than Greece, according to Robert Tipp…
(Bloomberg) -- A big market shock is inevitable as the U.S. continues to hike rates and central banks around the world tighten their respective …
(Bloomberg) -- Theresa May's dance at the Tory party conference may have boosted the prime minister's image, but the tensions over her Brexit st…
(Bloomberg) -- Markets need to start pricing in the Federal Reserve's forecast for rate hikes and worry about the recession later, said Thomas C…
(Bloomberg) -- The downside risks to the euro from the Italian budget stand-off are limited, says Viraj Patel, FX Strategist at ING. He told Day…
(Bloomberg) -- Italy's budget deficit forecast doesn't look too different from that of other countries within the euro area, says Marcus Wright,…
(Bloomberg) -- The re-branded NAFTA deal shows that the Trump administration can be pragmatic and can reach deals in trade says Fabrizio Pagani,…
(Bloomberg) -- British businesses would like to see some of the focus on fundamentals of the UK economy instead of fighting within and between p…
(Bloomberg) -- While Italy's recent budget deficit target decision has roiled the domestic bond market, political turbulence has largely been pr…
(Bloomberg) -- London's financial and professional services provide huge benefits to business and individuals across Europe, says Charles Bowman…
(Bloomberg) -- Despite U.S. President Trump tweeting his upset over the Federal Reserve hiking rates, the central bank will retain its independe…
(Bloomberg) -- Despite the Fed continuing to hike rates, the US economy will slow due to trade tensions with China, according to Martin Whetton,…
(Bloomberg) -- The Fed will be broadly hawkish in its statement this month, according to Frederik Ducrozet, Senior Economist for Europe at Picte…
(Bloomberg) -- A previous phoney trade over trade and tariffs is heating up, says Chris Ralph, CIO at St James's Place Management. He spoke to D…
(Bloomberg) -- The end of the bull market isn't in sight and the fiscal tailwinds delivering that strong US data are not going to ease in the n…
(Bloomberg) -- Vodafone is the most valuable brand in the UK because it's pioneered innovation beyond the mobile space says Jane Bloomfield, Hea…
(Bloomberg) -- It could be very painful to dive back into emerging markets prematurely, says Christophe Donay, head of asset allocation and macr…
(Bloomberg) --Investors are hoping that the US and Chinese Presidents will come together before the midterm elections and find a deal to avoid a…
(Bloomberg) -- The Chinese equities market is down 25-percent since January which shows a lot was priced in, says Luca Paolini, Chief Strategist…
(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 like…
(Bloomberg) -- Investors are in a better position today than prior to the financial crisis in terms of the liquidity that is available, accordin…
(Bloomberg) -- Asgeir Jonsson, economics professor at the University of Iceland says the nation's recovery came with law change, rapid growth an…
(Bloomberg) -- The fact that EM central banks have been given the political room to hike rates is a positive signal, according to Per Hammarlund…
(Bloomberg) -- Colin Ellis, Chief Credit Officer for EMEA at Moody's says a no deal Brexit would definitely cause credit challenges for sovereig…
(Bloomberg) -- A significant financial crisis is coming and a political storm could bring it forward, according to Robert Skidelsky, Professor o…
(Bloomberg) -- The reduction in foreign direct investment and national investment has led to subdued economic potential in the United Kingdom, s…
(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 tol…
(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 Olse…
(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 st…
(Bloomberg) -- The trade stand-off remains the biggest challenge for emerging markets, says Jon Harrison, managing director of EM at TS Lombard.…
(Bloomberg) -- Employers are split about Britain’s immediate prospects in the run-up to Brexit, according to Mark Cahill, a managing director at…
(Bloomberg) -- Corporate borrowers are stepping up efforts to avoid being caught off guard when Britain leaves the EU next year. Warnings about …
(Bloomberg) -- What might trigger the next financial crisis and recession? In the week of the 10th anniversary of the Lehman Brothers crash, Blo…
(Bloomberg) -- Sweden's strong economy continues to surprise on the upside says Mattias Sundling, Strategist at Danske Bank. He told Daybreak Eu…
(Bloomberg) -- Emerging markets have been hit by a dollar rally and higher funding rates driven by the Federal Reserve's hiking path says Martin…
(Bloomberg) -- In the face of an emerging market rout, investors should pour their money into the U.S. dollar and equities, according to Thomas …
(Bloomberg) -- While growth in the U.S. economy looks strong over the next few months, tax cuts could eventually lead to a slowdown, according t…
(Bloomberg) -- America's economy is firing on all cylinders and a higher dollar causes more pain in most EM economies, according to Randeep Some…
(Bloomberg) -- The FTSE has become very vulnerable to the pound in the absence of big moves on the index, according to Mike Van Dulken, Head of …
(Bloomberg) -- With Turkey pursuing unorthodox fiscal and monetary policies, expect a nasty downturn as the economy adjusts, according to Mark S…
(Bloomberg) -- U.S. interest rates will go up in September and December, and the liquidity squeeze will impact equities. That’s according to Fra…
(Bloomberg) -- Fighting the next recession will be even more difficult, says William de Vijlder, Chief Economist at BNP Paribas. He spoke to Day…
(Bloomberg) -- If a valuation bubble is building, it's unlikely to prompt a collapse of returns, says Kristoffer Melinder, Managing Partner of N…
(Bloomberg) -- The potential for the market to move is not as big as we’ve been anticipating, says Michael Sneyd, Global Head of FX & Cross Asse…