Australia Out In The Coal, Berkshire's Historic Loss and Uber Eats Out
The Morning Run Crew | Jeffrey Halley
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The Morning Run crew brings you their take on today's business headlines:
00:09 - Breaking news from the Wall Street Journal, Trump said he would delay an increase in tariffs on Chinese goods.
00:59 - Berkshire reported a net loss of USD 25.4 billion in the 4th quarter one of the largest quarterly losses in its history.
04:23 - China had imposed an import ban on Australian coal which sent the Australian dollar tumbling. We speak to Jeffrey Halley to make sense of this.
08:12 - Uber Eats is exiting their India operations after less than two years of operation in India’s competitive food-delivery landscape. Uber Eats is now in talks to sell their operations to rival Swiggy.
Presented by: Joyce Goh, Julian Ng, Sharidz Abdullah
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Categories: Business Analysis
Tags: Trump, US-China trade war, tariffs, Berkshire Hathaway, Australia, coal, China, Uber, Uber Eats, India,