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Jul.10 -- Frederik Ducrozet, strategist at Pictet Wealth Management, discusses the outlook for bonds, equities and emerging markets. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."

Jul.10 -- While many U.K. companies have tapped equity markets to shore up their finances in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, one of the latest share placements is instead aimed at bolstering a stable of pop hits. Merck Mercuriadis, chief executive officer of Hipgnosis, an investment trust that owns rights to hit songs like "Uptown Funk" and "Shape of You", speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open" about plans to raise as much as $250 million to fund new acquisitions.

Jul.10 -- Christopher Martin, head of region for Asia and the U.S. at Access Partnership, a technology policy consulting firm, discusses how the new security law China imposed on Hong Kong affects technology giants. Companies including Facebook Inc and Google suspended requests for data from the Hong Kong government. And Bytedance Ltd. said it’s evaluating changes to the corporate structure of its TikTok business as U.S. concerns grow over the parent company’s Chinese origins. Martin speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."

Jul.10 -- James Watt, co-founder of BrewDog Plc, discusses how he has restructured the business amid the coronavirus pandemic, the recovery that he’s seeing now and his outlook for the company. He speak son “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.”

Jul.10 -- Nneka Abulokwe, founder and chief executive officer at Micromax Consulting, discusses diversity in businesses in the U.K., the Black Lives Matter movement and measuring the race gap. She speaks on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe.”

Jul.10 -- Tesla Inc. is set to become the first company to hit a short interest level of $20 billion. Research firm S3 Partners said shares in the electric carmaker look like a candidate for a short squeeze which could push the share price even higher. Tesla’s huge gains this year are already forcing short-sellers out who have tried to limit their losses. Bloomberg’s Annmarie Hordern reports on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.”

Jul.10 -- Markets are still struggling to restore liquidity after the Covid-19 meltdown. That’s the view from JPMorgan who warns that the financial system is still exposed to new shocks despite a recovery in most risk assets. Bloomberg’s Dani Burger has the details on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.”

Jul.10 -- Hong Kong Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung says high schools, primary schools and kindergartens will be closed again and start summer holiday earlier, beginning next Monday, following an "exponential growth" in the number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in the past few days. He speaks at a press briefing. (Excerpt) (Source: iCable News)

Jul.10 -- The diversity picture at the U.S. Federal Reserve is still pretty much white and male. Fed Chair Jerome Powell has said there is no room for racism and that diversity and inclusion are “a very high priority.” The institution still has a lot of work to do in that regard. Bloomberg’s Annmarie Hordern reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe.”

Jul.10 -- James Lim, senior research analyst at the $3 billion California-based hedge fund Dalton Investments LCC, discusses the outlook for South Korean stocks and corporate governance. Lim has warned that retail investors could pull out of the nation’s equity market on unforeseen events such as an earlier-than-expected curb in the Covid-19 pandemic or a lifting of a short-sell ban. Drug-related shares are especially vulnerable because hopes for a virus cure have made them expensive, according to Lim. He speaks on...

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