February 4, 2023

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. Live from New York and Hong Kong, bringing you the essential stories from the close of the U.S. markets to the open of trading across Asia.
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Documentary filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy has risen to prominence by highlighting women’s issues in her home country of Pakistan and beyond, becoming the first Pakistani to win an Academy Award.
Uruguay Lifts Interest Rate to 10.25%, Sees More Hikes Ahead
Top Miner BHP Hits Profit Record and Sees Stronger China Outlook
Full-Scale Nuclear War Could Kill 5 Billion People, Study Shows
Twitter Has to Give Musk Only One Bot Checker’s Data: Its Ex-Product Head
China Firms From Pharma to Tools Join Swiss GDR Frenzy, Sources Say
Singapore’s Next Premier Wong Warns US, China May ‘Sleepwalk Into Conflict’
Sunak Vows to Shake Up ‘Bloated’ Civil Service as UK Premier
Druckenmiller Sold Big Tech in Bear Market as Soros Dove Back In
Buffett’s Berkshire Cuts Verizon, Keeps Other Equity Stakes Mostly Unchanged
Walmart Deal With Paramount Gives Members Streaming Perks
NYC Flights May Be Delayed 2 Hours Monday Evening, FAA Warns
No Respite From Scorching Singapore Rents
Housing Is Heading for a Landing, Hard or Soft
An Indigenous Voice in Australia’s Parliament Is Long Overdue
Chinese Shun Debt and Pile Up Savings, Threatening Global Growth Engine
For Niche Businesses, a Shift Online Threatens What Makes Them Unique
For Guatemalans, a Taste of Home Is Worth Flying Ants to Atlanta
LA Deputy Regrets Showing Kobe Bryant Crash Photos to Bartender
Singapore Signals Rich May Face More Taxes for Inclusive Growth
Yale, MIT Lose Bid to End Suit Alleging Admissions Collusion
ESG Funds Face SEC Probe Over Ceding Votes on Social Issues
California Plans Delay to Solar-Subsidy Reform, ClearView Says
These Six Cities Are Emerging as New Expat Hot Spots
Deaths Mount at NYC’s Rikers as City Attempts to Address Safety Crisis
Los Angeles Warehousing Mecca Halts Expansion Just as Needs Soar
Terra Founder Do Kwon Says He ‘Never’ Has Been in Touch With Korea Authorities
Crypto Rally Cools as Ethereum Upgrade Optimism Loses Steam
Crypto Venture Company Dragonfly Buys Hedge Fund, Rebrands
As Hong Kong’s outbreak became the deadliest in the world, among the aid Beijing sent to the financial hub were 1 million packets of honeysuckle, rhubarb root, sweet wormwood herb and other natural ingredients, all mixed according to principles of traditional Chinese medicine. 
Practitioners of the centuries-old medicinal system argue such herbal combinations can be just as effective as antiviral pills like Pfizer Inc.’s Paxlovid. 


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