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Bloomberg Daybreak delivers today's top stories, with context, in just 15 minutes. Get informed from Bloomberg's 2,700 journalists and analysts in 120 countries.






Wall Street Awaits Nvidia Earnings; Amazon Added to the Dow

On today's podcast: 1) Investors Await Nvidia Earnings 2) Amazon Set to Replace Walgreens in Dow Jones Industrial Average 3) Citi Lifts Fraser’s Pay to $26 Million as Investors Eye Overhaul See for privacy information.


Capital One Buys Discover; US Warns Israel

On today's podcast: 1) Capital One to Buy Discover for $35 Billion in Top 2024 Deal 2) Barclays Vows to Return Billions to Investors in Overhaul 3) US Warns Israel Against an Attack on Rafah in UN Draft See for privacy information.


Bloomberg Daybreak Holiday: Earnings, Retail, Markets

In this President's Day Special edition of Daybreak, we look at upcoming earnings from Walmart, Donald Trump's impact on the economy and London real estate. Hosted by Nathan Hager. See for privacy information.


Daybreak Weekend: Nvidia Earnings, Fed Minutes, Fashion Week

Bloomberg Daybreak Weekend with Tom Busby takes a look at some of the stories we'll be tracking in the coming week. See for privacy information.


SPECIAL COVERAGE: Trump Hit With $364 Million Fine in NY Fraud Case

Tim Stenovec and Emily Graffeo host. Features analysis from Bloomberg legal investigative reporter Greg Farrell, Bloomberg politics contributor Jeanne Sheehan Zaino, Bloomberg Law host June Grasso and Bloomberg Legal Enterprise reporter Patricia Hurtado See for privacy information.


Trump Civil Fraud Trial Verdict Expected; Nike Cutting Jobs

On today's podcast: 1) Verdict in Donald Trump’s civil fraud trial expected 2) Nike to Cut 2% of Workforce as Sportswear Giant Seeks Savings 3) Fed’s Bostic Says May Take ‘Some Time’ to Hit Rate-Cut Threshold See for privacy information.


Deadly Super Bowl Parade Shooting; Trump Eyes NATO Makeover

On today's podcast: 1) At least 8 children among 22 hit by gunfire at end of Chiefs' Super Bowl parade 2) Trump Eyes NATO Makeover, Hurried Peace in Ukraine If He Wins 3) Cisco and Morgan Stanley Job Cuts See for privacy information.


Democrats Win Special Election; House Votes to Impeach Mayorkas

On today's podcast: 1) Democrats win New York's special election to replace George Santos. 2) The House votes to impeach Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. 3) Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin is released from the hospital See for privacy information.


Snow Hits Northeast; New York Special Election; US Inflation Data

On today's podcast: 1) Snow prepares to blanket the northeast as winter storm warnings stretch from New York to Boston 2) Voters on Long Island head to the polls to replace disgraced representative George Santos 3) Inflation data takes center stage on Wall Street See for privacy information.


Chiefs' Super Bowl Win; Israel Airstrikes in Gaza; Winter Storm Warning

On today's podcast: 1) The Kansas City Chiefs win their third Super Bowl in five years 2) The White House ramps up pressure on Israel as the country launches more airstrikes in Gaza 3) A winter storm warning hits the northeast, threatening up to a foot of snow See for privacy information.


Daybreak Weekend: Inflation Data Preview; Earnings Continue

Bloomberg Daybreak Weekend with Tom Busby takes a look at some of the stories we'll be tracking in the coming week. See for privacy information.


Biden Memory Issues?; Reaction to Putin Interview

On today's podcast: 1) President Joe Biden forcefully — and at times angrily — sought to combat suggestions his acuity was declining in a hastily-arranged press conference Thursday night 2) The US Supreme Court appeared poised to keep Donald Trump on this year’s presidential election ballot, as the justices weighed a historic clash over Colorado voter efforts to disqualify him over his role in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. 3) President Vladimir Putin said Russia hasn’t achieved its objectives in Ukraine yet, adding in an interview with former Fox News host Tucker Carlson that he would consider negotiations if the US stops supplying weapons to Kyiv. See for privacy information.


Disney Jumps on Earnings; Border Deal Dies in Senate

On today's podcast: 1) Walt Disney Co. is acquiring a $1.5 billion equity stake in Fortnite maker Epic Games Inc. as part of a collaboration involving Disney properties like Star Wars, Marvel and Avatar, the companies said Wednesday. 2) The Senate delivered a death blow to efforts to impose new border restrictions, blocking a carefully negotiated bipartisan compromise after former president Donald Trump and House Republican leaders denounced the deal. 3) Former Barclays Plc Chief Executive Officer Jes Staley has long maintained that he cut off his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein once he became boss of the UK bank. Legal documents seen by Bloomberg News claim that he had indirect contact with the late pedophile financier for years after that. See for privacy information.


Border Deal Unlikely; Nevada Primary; NYCB Cut to Junk by Moody’s

On today's podcast: 1) President Joe Biden blamed Donald Trump for sinking a bipartisan immigration and Ukraine aid bill, saying the Republican frontrunner pressured members of his party to reject it in order to gain an advantage in the November election. 2) Nikki Haley suffered an embarrassing loss in the largely symbolic Republican Nevada presidential primary on Tuesday, while President Joe Biden secured an easy victory in the state’s Democratic vote. 3) New York Community Bancorp’s credit grade was cut to junk by Moody’s Investors Service less than a week after the regional lender alarmed shareholders by slashing payouts and stockpiling reserves to cover troubled loans tied to commercial real estate. 4) Walt Disney Co.’s ESPN, Fox Corp. and Warner Bros. Discovery Inc. are joining forces to launch a sports-focused streaming service that will feature major college and pro games usually seen only on traditional TV. See for privacy information.


US Border-Ukraine Aid Deal Near Collapse; UBS Ermotti Interview

On today's podcast: 1) A hard-fought bipartisan deal to impose new US border restrictions and unlock Ukraine war aid is on the brink of collapsing in the Senate, where Republican support crumbled in the face of opposition from GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump. 2) UBS Group AG will buy back up to $1 billion in shares this year, as the bank seeks to keep investors focused on the upside of its complex integration of Credit Suisse. 3) Boeing Co. executives have spent the past month grappling with the aftermath of a near-catastrophe on an airborne 737 Max jet. As the US planemaker works through its latest crisis tied to manufacturing lapses, a new risk looms: a labor rift 10 years in the making. See for privacy information.


Powell Pushes Back on March Cut; US Vows More Mideast Strikes

On today's podcast: 1) Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said Americans may have to wait beyond March for the central bank to cut interest rates as officials look for more economic data to confirm that inflation is headed down to 2%. 2) The US vowed more strikes against Iran’s forces and its proxies in the Middle East after three straight days of punishing attacks, even as Washington insisted it won’t be pulled into a prolonged regional conflict. 3) Senators released a bipartisan deal Sunday to impose new US immigration restrictions and unlock billions of dollars in Ukraine aid, a crucial step even as the measure faces long odds in the House. 4) Taylor Swift announces new album, 'The Tortured Poets Department,' while accepting Grammy See for privacy information.


Daybreak Weekend: Earnings Season Continues; European Oil; Lunar New Year

Bloomberg Daybreak Weekend with Tom Busby takes a look at some of the stories we'll be tracking in the coming week. See for privacy information.


Meta & Amazon Surge; Apple Falls on China Concerns

On today's podcast: 1) Meta Platforms Inc. and Inc. spent 2023 cutting costs and re-focusing their businesses. It was a strategy that upended the lives of tech workers in Seattle and Silicon Valley, but appears to have paid off handsomely for investors who are likely to continue reaping benefits. 2) Apple Inc.’s latest quarterly results triggered investor fears that the company is losing clout in China, a long-prized market that generates roughly a fifth of its sales. 3) A monthly US jobs report due Friday will probably show a slower pace of hiring in 2023 following annual revisions, according to Bloomberg Economics. See for privacy information.


Fed Rate Cut in March in Doubt; High Tech Earnings Continue

On today's podcast: cemented the end of their aggressive campaign to push up interest ratesrelease resultsMeta Platforms Inc.New York Community BancorpSee for privacy information.


Instant Reaction: Jay Powell on Fed Policy

Bloomberg's Tom Keene, Jonathan Ferro and Lisa Abramowicz discuss remarks from Fed Chair Jay Powell following the Federal Reserve's latest policy decision See for privacy information.