Oct.18 -- Mark Tinker, head of Framlington Equities Asia at AXA Investment Managers in Hong Kong, and William Ma, chief investment officer of the Gopher Asset Management unit of Chinese wealth manager Noah Holdings, talks about China's stocks. They speak with Yvonne Man and David Ingles on "Bloomberg Markets: China Open."
Kelly Olynyk's putback of Dwyane Wade's missed jumper produced the go-ahead basket with 0.2 seconds left, lifting the Miami Heat to a ragged 113-112 comeback victory over the Washington Wizards
Oct.18 -- Luxury brands across the globe have been falling on concerns that Chinese officials are cracking down on travelers coming home with overseas goods, adding to worries about an economic slowdown in the country. Rachel Chang reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
Oct.18 -- Scott Russell, president for Asia Pacific Japan at SAP, talks about the company's performance in the region. Europe’s biggest technology company raised its projections for the year due to accelerating momentum for its cloud business, but third quarter profit missed analyst estimates. Russell speaks with Shery Ahn and Haidi Stroud-Watts on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
Oct.18 -- Fed officials are coming out for and against future rate hikes. Fed governor Randal Quarles supports, St. Louis chief James Bullard doesn't. Critics of more hikes say Donald Trump has a point: inflation hasn't run away. So is the Fed trying to give itself ammunition for a future recession? Bloomberg modeling forecasts the next downturn is 12 to 24 months away. Ramy Inocencio reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."