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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 Roger Hearing.

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 Roger Hearing.

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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 Roger Hearing.

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Episodes

'One-Dimensional' Vaccine Policy (Audio)

12/1/2021
Rules around mask wearing, self-isolation and testing have been tightened in England after a number of cases of the omicron covid variant have been found. But U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has insisted there are no immediate plans to ask Britons to stop socializing and work from home. Dr. Arthur Hosie, Course Director of Biological Sciences at Staffordshire University, tells Bloomberg Radio's Caroline Hepker that the U.K.'s vaccination program alone is not enough to curb all cases.

Duration:00:07:25

Starling Bank CEO: 'Get Ready for Digital' (Audio)

12/1/2021
Competition in the U.K.'s retail banking sector is getting fiercer. Starling Bank is developing a new platform for Standard Chartered to invest solely in green and sustainable projects. Anne Boden, CEO and founder of Starling Bank, discusses Shoal, its plans for an IPO, JPMorgan's entry into the U.K. market and the impact of the omicron Covid variant on banking with Bloomberg Radio's Caroline Hepker and Tom Mackenzie. She says consumers should 'get ready for digital.'

Duration:00:09:00

Simplifying ESG Data, with Arabesque's Daniel Klier (Audio)

12/1/2021
Financial institutions including HSBC and Bridgewater Associates are backing a public database to simplify access to corporate sustainability data. 'ESG Book', created by data firm Arabesque, aims to standardize multiple corporate disclosures from around the world. Daniel Klier, President of Arabesque, tells Bloomberg Radio's Caroline Hepker how it will work.

Duration:00:07:30

Show Up or Cancel (Audio)

12/1/2021
Members of the Sustainable Restaurant Association are feeling the crunch due to the uncertainty surrounding the new Covid variant, says Managing Director Juliane Caillouette-Noble. She tells Bloomberg Radio's Caroline Hepker that one in every seven bookings is not showing up and this is hitting single-site independent restaurants hardest. If you make a reservation either show up or cancel, she says.

Duration:00:04:38

A 'Climatarian' Diet? (Audio)

11/30/2021
People are becoming increasingly aware that their diet comes with a climate cost. Sales of meat and dairy alternatives are seeing explosive growth. U.K.-based allplants raised 38 million pounds in October, in the biggest-ever series B funding round for a plant-based food company in Europe. Allplants Founder Jonathan Petrides discusses the environmental impact of a plant-based diet with Bloomberg Radio's Caroline Hepker.

Duration:00:08:20

Preventing Child Abuse Through Finance (Audio)

11/26/2021
With the rise of ESG investing, a non-profit organization has come up with a way to get the finance industry to show its commitment to preventing child abuse. The French association Innocence En Danger plans to create a negative-value index called the Childhood Index Value, which it says reflects the cost to society of harm done to children in Europe. President Homayra Sellier discusses the idea with Bloomberg Radio's Caroline Hepker.

Duration:00:07:28

Happy at Home in the U.K. (Audio)

11/25/2021
Where is the happiest place to live in the U.K.? Tim Bannister, Rightmove's Director of Property Data, explains why Hexham in Northumberland topped its annual Happy at Home Index. He also discusses current property market trends with Bloomberg Radio's Caroline Hepker and Tom Mackenzie.

Duration:00:04:25

Can the Holidays Save Small Businesses? (Audio)

11/24/2021
One in five small businesses won't survive the year without a successful final few weeks of trading, according to research from the small business insurer Simply Business. Alan Thomas, U.K. CEO at Simply Business, says SMEs are nervous as we get into the festive period. He tells Bloomberg Radio's Caroline Hepker and Yousef Gamal El-Din that it is critical they get the support they need to avoid failure.

Duration:00:05:17

Balancing the Four Harms of Covid (Audio)

11/24/2021
As Covid cases surge across Europe, how is the U.K. coping at this phase of the pandemic? Linda Bauld, Professor of Public Health at the University of Edinburgh and Interim Chief Social Policy Adviser to the Scottish Government, discusses why Scotland is not extending use of its Covid passports, based on its Four Harms of Covid system. She tells Bloomberg Radio's Anna Edwards that she does not envy policy makers in the decisions they have to make.

Duration:00:06:35

Net Zero at Net Zero Cost? (Audio)

11/23/2021
Is it possible for companies to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions at no additional net cost? Jens Burchardt, Boston Consulting Group's global expert on climate impact, says that for many sectors transitioning to net zero has very little impact on net consumer costs. He discusses Boston Consulting Group's research with Bloomberg Radio's Caroline Hepker and Yousef Gamal El-Din.

Duration:00:04:14

The Race to Decarbonize Shipping (Audio)

11/23/2021
The International Maritime Organization has begun a week of meetings discussing how quickly to decarbonise shipping - which makes up 3% of global carbon emissions. Guy Platten, Secretary General of the International Chamber of Shipping, says we need to produce zero-carbon fuels at scale and increase the pace of decarbonization in the shipping sector. He discusses the challenges and progress when it comes to that goal with Bloomberg Radio's Anna Edwards.

Duration:00:04:03

The City of London Beyond Brexit (Audio)

11/17/2021
The Lord Mayor of the City of London is a role that dates back to 1189. But for all its pageantry, the position faces very modern challenges. Vincent Keaveny, a partner at DLA Piper who recently became the 693rd Lord Mayor, is charged with representing the U.K.'s financial services to the world. He tells Bloomberg's Caroline Hepker about his goal for 'investing in a better tomorrow,' discusses tackling issues of diversity and climate responsibility, and explains why he thinks the City has...

Duration:00:11:03

Measuring Climate Damage From Space (Audio)

11/15/2021
How can you use lasers to sense the impact of climate change? Dr. Graeme Malcolm, CEO and founder of M Squared Lasers, a photonics and quantum technology company, discusses how cutting-edge technologies can help the world's climate fight. He also tells Bloomberg's Caroline Hepker about the importance of slashing methane emissions and innovations in quantum technology.

Duration:00:08:36

Losing Business Confidence? (Audio)

11/15/2021
As inflation and supply-chain squeezes take their toll, U.K. business confidence has fallen to its lowest level this year, according to the Accenture/IHS Markit U.K. Business Outlook. Rachel Barton, Europe Strategy Lead at Accenture, tells Bloomberg's Caroline Hepker and Tom Mackenzie these factors are impacting the outlook, but confidence remains relatively high.

Duration:00:04:23

Monumental Shifts Needed To Ensure Equality in Britain (Radio)

11/12/2021
Microsoft's Chief Digital Officer Jacky Wright speaks to Daybreak Europe's Anna Edwards about what needs happen for Britain to be a more equal place to live and work. Wright also discusses the impact of climate change on inequality and the importance of digital inclusion to social mobility.

Duration:00:06:48

U.K. House Prices Surge Again: RICS (Radio)

11/11/2021
U.K. house prices kept rising through October as a lack of new properties on the market outweighed all other factors that are likely to weigh on consumers in the months ahead. That's according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. RICS Senior Economist Tarrant Parsons speaks to Daybreak Europe's Caroline Hepker.

Duration:00:04:38

Iceland MD Richard Walker on Combatting Climate Change

11/4/2021
Iceland Foods Managing Director Richard Walker speaks to Daybreak Europe's Caroline Hepker and Anna Edwards about the supermarket's pledge to be plastic neutral and what businesses should be doing to combat climate change.

Duration:00:07:12

Most U.K. Retail Properties Will Become Obsolete Under Net Zero

11/4/2021
Landlords of most of the U.K.’s stores and shopping malls may struggle to find tenants by the end of this decade as the properties don’t meet the minimum energy standards of the government’s net-zero strategy. That’s the finding of a new report from property broker Savills Plc. Savills Research Director Tom Whittington speaks to Daybreak Europe's Caroline Hepker.

Duration:00:05:10

YouTube U.K. MD on 'Creative Britan' Push

11/3/2021
YouTube UK Managing Director Ben McOwen Wilson speaks to Daybreak Europe's Caroline Hepker about the streaming service's "Creative Britain" campaign.

Duration:00:07:03

Vontobel CEO Zeno Straub on 3Q Results

11/3/2021
Vontobel CEO Zeno Staub speaks to Daybreak Europe's Caroline Hepker about the Swiss wealth manager's third-quarter performance.

Duration:00:08:13