The Breakfast Huddle with Elliott Danker, Manisha Tank and Finance Presenter Ryan Huang


Get a head start to your day with The Breakfast Huddle from 6am to 9am. Listen to insightful discussions as Elliott Danker and Manisha Tank deep dive into the stories and issues that matter the most to you. Together with Ryan Huang, be kept apprised of the markets and the companies to watch.

FEB 21, 2020
21/02/20 - Bigger Picture: OCBC / UOB earnings beat market estimates
Daniel Tabbush, Founder, Tabbush Report, gives his assessment of OCBC & UOB's Q4 earnings, and the headwinds ahead for the banks amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

FEB 21, 2020
21/02/20 - Burger+ serves Korean-style gourmet burgers
Burger Plus serves gourmet burgers with premium ingredients. The restaurant also serves Korean-style fried chicken, Korean beers and Korean ice cream, as well as fries and milkshakes. Mike Luo, Marketing Manager, Burger Plus shares with us on how the idea of a Korean fast food joint came about and also how are their burgers different from others in the market. 

FEB 20, 2020
20/02/20 - Budget 2020 Conversations with Minister Indranee
Budget 2020 was announced recently and the dust has finally settled. Not only have economists and experts been weighing in their opinions, the public has also been actively sharing their thoughts.  Indranee Rajah, Minister in the Prime Minister's Office & Second Minister for Finance & Education, Barnabas Gan, Economist, United Overseas Bank, Ajay Sanganeria, Deputy Head of Tax, KPMG, Kurt Wee, President of ASME and Chairman, SBF SME Committee. and Eugene Tan, Associate Professor of Law, Singapore Management University join us for 'Singapore Budget Conversation', a special panel session to discuss reactions from Budget 2020.

FEB 20, 2020
20/02/20 - Bigger Picture: Is JPY losing its safe haven value?
Jeff Ng, Senior Treasury Strategist, HL Bank talks about what's driving the Japanese Yen to nine-month lows, and how much of a safe haven it is in face of multiple headwinds to its economy.

FEB 19, 2020
19/02/20 - Bigger Picture: Impact of Singapore Budget 2020 on markets
Sani Hamid, Director of Wealth Management at Financial Alliance, shares his take on the main highlights of Singapore's Budget, and the biggest "winners and losers".

FEB 19, 2020
19/02/20 - Budget 2020 Review
Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat tabled Budget 2020 on Tuesday. The Breakfast Huddle speaks with Ho Meng Kit, CEO, Singapore Business Federation, Alan Lau, Head of Financial Services Tax, KPMG in Singapore and Alvin Liew, Senior Economist, United Overseas Bank who break it down into four digestible segments; GST, Covid-19, Caring for Singaporeans and finally Sustainability.

FEB 19, 2020
19/02/20 - Regional Roundup: 19 February 2020
Straits Times Regional Correspondent, Leslie Lopez breaks down the biggest headlines from around Southeast Asia, including Malaysia's Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad's decision to step down in November, Indonesian President Joko Widodo's approval rating, and the latest in relation to Covid-19 in the region. 

FEB 18, 2020
18/02/20 - KPMG proposes digital transformation package for Budget 2020
Instead of the usual wishlist for Budget 2020, KPMG is proposing an entire approach that aims to turn Singapore into "The transformation capital of Asia". Jonathan Ho, Head of Private Enterprise, KPMG in Singapore and Tan Chee Wei, Head of Consumer & Retail, Tax, KPMG in Singapore share the details and what some of the key barriers are that stopping enterprises from embarking on a the journey. 

FEB 18, 2020
18/02/20 - Budget 2020 Preview with UOB
Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat will be delivering Singapore's 2020 Budget statement in Parliament on February 18. Barnabas Gan, Economist, United Overseas Bank and Ovais Subhani, The Straits Times Senior Correspondent discuss about what can we expect from Budget 2020 as well as the short and long term plans to address current and future needs for Singapore. 

FEB 18, 2020
18/02/20 - Bigger Picture: Asian countries trim growth expectations
Taimur Baig, chief economist, DBS Bank, talks about the headwinds in store for Singapore, Thailand, and Japan, and why we can expect a V-shaped recovery for Singapore.

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