The Breakfast Huddle with Elliott Danker & Finance Presenter Ryan Huang


Start your day with Elliott Danker and Ryan Huang as they discuss the latest global market trends with business insights from industry experts.

MAY 24, 2022
24/05/22 - Bigger Picture: Market selloff overdone
Francis Tan, Senior Investment Strategist, UOB Private Bank discusses why technology stocks are attractive now, and how investors should read into the patchy growth indicators from the US and China.

MAY 24, 2022
24/05/22 - The Breakfast Brief: Biden's Indo-Pacific Economic Framework
In today's The Breakfast Brief, tech stocks continue to be under pressure after a gloomy outlook from Snap, Starbucks joins McDonald's and other companies by withdrawing from Russia, and US president Joe Biden is thinking about reducing tariffs on products from China, while skepticism surrounds his Indo-Pacific Economic Framework.

MAY 24, 2022
24/05/22 - Mind Your Business: Trends in industrial automation and smart manufacturing in APAC
Industrial adoption has the ability to mitigate a lack of skilled labour and promote sustainability. Given the Covid-19 pandemic, especially in Asia, the demand for industrial adoption has increased as more businesses seek to implement systems that can react quickly to volatile socio-economic climates. Scott Wooldridge, President, Asia Pacific, Rockwell Automation talks to us about the importance of industrial adoption and how his company has helped manufacturers in the Asia-Pacific region.

MAY 24, 2022
24/05/22 - Why It Matters: Global chip shortage crisis - How hard is it to make more chips?
Everyday things like handphones, cars, washing machines all fall under the semiconductor industry, and given the Covid-19 pandemic, the demand for the technology that this industry provides is extremely high. Andrew Goh, Vice Chairman, SEMI SEA Regional Advisory Board talks to us more about this and how a collaborative effort within the industry is essential to maintain progress and also promote sustainability.

MAY 24, 2022
24/05/22 - Why China may now seem less attractive to foreign investments: China Perspective
How will the worsening political and regulatory issues in China affect its attractiveness to foreign investors? Will the major Asia economic deal US has announced be effective in raising its economic profile to counter China? Will the UN's human rights chief Michelle Bachelet's visit to China uncover some of its human rights violations? Tan Dawn Wei, China Bureau Chief, The Straits Times helps us tackle these questions. Follow The Straits Times' Asian Insider Podcast channel - co-produced with Money FM 89.3 - like us and rate us: Channel: Apple Podcasts: Google Podcasts:  Spotify: Website: Feedback to: Asian Insider newsletter.   Asian Insider videos: SPH Awedio app:

MAY 23, 2022
23/05/22 - Bigger Picture: Opposition Labour party wins Australia elections
Jeff Halley, Senior Market Analyst, OANDA discusses how the Aussie dollar will be affected by the change in government, and what's in store from central banks this week in action: Indonesia, New Zealand, and South Korea.

MAY 23, 2022
23/05/22 - The Breakfast Brief: World Economic Forum returns
In today's The Breakfast Brief, investors are waiting on key reports from consumer-facing companies, Nvidia is expected to experience growth in the coming week, the World Economic Forum returns to in-person summit in Davos Switzerland and Chinese ride-hailing company Didi Global could potentially delist in the U.S.

MAY 23, 2022
23/05/22 - Mind Your Business: Halcyon’s FY2021 turnaround performance, returned to the black
The rubber industry remains, for the most part, relatively traditional. As restrictions ease and more people are travelling, there is a higher demand for it. However, overcoming issues such as the logistic logjam caused by the Ukraine crisis and issues in China has been a challenge. Jeremy Loh, Chief Financial Officer, Halcyon Agri Corporation tells us more about how his company has managed to progress despite such challenges. He also shares with us what the future of the industry looks like.

MAY 23, 2022
23/05/22 - Why It Matters: Tips for businesses to prepare and adapt for changes in the marketing ecosystem
In this age of technology, information is now readily available to everyone. Therefore, companies cannot simply rely on the knowledge gap between them and consumers to attract customers. Now, building trust in that relationship is more important than ever to attract business. Gabriel Wong, Founder, Ascend Marketing tells us more about how his company has helped clients meet their strategic business goals.

MAY 23, 2022
23/05/22 - Analysing Joe Biden's first trip to Asia as US president : Washington Report
In this week's episode, the team discusses several challenges that the US administration is facing. US president Joe Biden is continuing his meetings around Asia to address pressing matters such as North Korea's military testing and Japan-South Korea relations. The US administration will also host next month’s The Summit of the Americas. The US and several other nations Asia-Pacific trade ministers walked out during the meeting in Bangkok. Lastly, as the US continues to be involved in the Ukraine war, we begin to question its preparedness to deal with the situation and its intentions surrounding it. This week on the Washington Report, we speak to Nirmal Ghosh, US Bureau Chief, The Straits Times to discuss these headlines. Follow The Straits Times' Asian Insider Podcast channel - co-produced with Money FM 89.3 - like us and rate us: Channel: Apple Podcasts: Google Podcasts: Spotify: Website: Feedback to: Asian Insider newsletter. Asian Insider videos: SPH Awedio app:

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