Overnight on Wall Street is morning in Europe. Bloomberg Daybreak Europe is anchored live from London tracks 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.
London-based Nejra Cehic anchors “Bloomberg Markets: Rules and Returns” on Bloomberg TV and Digital, and “Daybreak Europe” on Bloomberg Television. She reports on financial markets on a daily basis, regularly breaking news and providing in-depth analysis.
Cehic has also covered big events from Brexit to the Greek debt crisis. Her numerous interviews include exclusives with Russian Central Bank Governor Elvira Nabiullina, FCA CEO Andrew Bailey and Man Group CEO Luke Ellis, as well as interviews with UK Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn, South African Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba and Unilever CEO Paul Polman.
Prior to joining Bloomberg, Cehic worked for the BBC. She has a PGDip in Broadcast Journalism from Cardiff Journalism School and a BA (Hons) in Classics and Modern Languages from the University of Oxford. She was shortlisted for an Asian Women of Achievement Award in the Media category in 2015 and named a We Are The City 2016 Top 100 Rising Star.
Manus Cranny is the co-anchor of “Bloomberg Daybreak: Middle East,” airing weekdays at 8am in the U.A.E., Sundays through Thursdays on Bloomberg Television and Radio. He also co-anchors “Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe” on Bloomberg Television and Radio from Dubai, between 10.00 – 11.30am in the U.A.E.
Cranny brings more than 20 years of business, finance and media experience to his role. Prior to joining Bloomberg in 2010, Cranny was a markets reporter for CNBC Europe.
He has broken many of the market’s biggest stories, including the Publicis/Omnicom and Holcim/Lafarge mergers, worth $35 billion and €42 billion respectively. He has also interviewed a wide range of prominent figures in global business and finance, including former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis, EU President Martin Schulz, UBS Group CEO Sergio Ermotti, RBS CEO Ross McEwan and Barclays CEO Jes Staley.
Cranny began his career in boutique fund management for high-net-worth investors and went on to become a London-based institutional broker at First Chicago Bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase), covering futures, options, derivatives and bonds for institutional investors in the Middle East. He also worked as head of sales at MF Global’s Private Client division in London and head of sales at Cantor Index, part of Cantor Fitzgerald L.P. Cranny received a Bachelor of Science degree in Management from Queen’s University Belfast.
Caroline Hepker anchors Bloomberg Radio’s “Daybreak Europe” program, on-air live from 6-10am weekday mornings. Caroline launched the program in 2015 with a new team in London who have now taken the program onto London DAB digital radio in the UK.
Prior to joining Bloomberg in 2015, Caroline spent 15 years at the British Broadcasting Corporation as a Business Presenter and Reporter for BBC TV, radio and online.
Caroline presented business news programs on the BBC Newschannel & BBC World News in London and spent 7 years based in New York as the BBC’s US Business & Economics Reporter. Caroline also anchored the BBC’s flagship business radio program “Wake Up to Money” on BBC Radio 5 Live and worked as a general news reporter for BBC London News on BBC1.
In the US, Caroline covered the 2008 financial crisis, the bail-out of US auto-makers, financial markets on the floor of the NYSE and institutions including the IMF and World Bank. Caroline spent much of her time travelling across North America reporting on business and economics for the BBC’s global and UK audience.
Caroline Hepker is a graduate of the University of Bristol and is based in London.
Guy Johnson covers top business, economic and market-moving stories from around the world.He is based in London. Johnson brings nearly two decades of experience as a top financial broadcast journalist. He joined Bloomberg in 2012 from his role as an anchor at CNBC Europe.
Earlier in his career, he reported for Financial Times Television and ITN (Channel 5). Throughout his career, Johnson has covered major economic, corporate events and political events from the European Financial Crisis, to the Dotcom bubble, to the election of Donald Trump.
Johnson has also reported extensively on the aerospace sector covering many of the industry’s landmark events such as the development and first flight of the Airbus A380. He holds a degree in Politics and International Relations from Lancaster University.