Live market coverage co-anchored from Hong Kong and New York. Overnight on Wall Street is daytime in Asia. Markets never sleep, and neither does Bloomberg. Track your investments 24 hours a day, around the clock from around the world. Hosted by Bryan Curtis and Doug Krizner.
About Angie Lau
Angie Lau is an award-winning global journalist and anchor for Bloomberg Television in Hong Kong.
As a seasoned financial news veteran, Angie has interviewed many leaders and influencers including her exclusive interview with one of Asia’s richest men and legendary global business magnate Li Ka-shing, whom Angie convinced to do his first broadcast interview in a decade. Other interviews include: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Li & Fung Chairman William Fung, Japanese Contemporary Artist Takashi Murakami, Franklin Templeton’s Chairman Mark Mobius, Victoria Beckham, and BlackRock CEO Larry Fink.
Angie came to Hong Kong from Bloomberg’s Chicago bureau where she covered markets and business stories from the Chicago Board of Trade. Prior to joining Bloomberg in 2008, Angie was the consumer reporter and anchor for ABC News affiliate WEWS. Her work on the special projects team earned her an Emmy nomination for investigative journalism. The Society of Professional Journalists also awarded her the Excellence in Journalism Award for Investigative Reporting.
Angie also currently serves as President of the AAJA Asia Chapter, the biggest chapter in the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) with more than 250 members across APAC. She has spearheaded AAJA Asia’s New.Now.Next Media Conference now in its seventh year, and continues to mentor and contribute to the professional development of journalists and communication professionals in the region. She was also co-director of AAJA J-Camp, which teaches journalism to scholarship students. Angie has also served as Correspondent governor on the board of Foreign Correspondents' Club in Hong Kong.
Born in Hong Kong, Angie was raised in Canada. Angie received her degree in journalism from Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada.
About Bryan Curtis
Bryan Curtis is a journalist and media executive who has resided in Hong Kong since 1991. He has covered market and political developments, economic trends and central banks in China and Hong Kong and around the world. Prior to joining Bloomberg, Curtis was general manager of two radio stations, Radio 3 and Radio 4, at Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK). He also hosted the network's leading news and current affairs programs, and produced and presented RTHK's news specials and annual interviews with Hong Kong's chief executive and financial secretary.
Curtis is active in charity, having served for 12 years as co-chairman of Operation Santa Claus, one of Hong Kong's best-known charities. Earlier, he was news director at Metro Broadcast (Hong Kong) and before that, news director at radio station ICRT in Taiwan. Curtis was educated at UC San Diego, Dartmouth and USC in broadcasting and journalism.
About David Ingles
David Ingles is a markets and business correspondent for Bloomberg Television, and a co-anchor for First Word Asia on Bloomberg Radio.
Based in Hong Kong, Ingles provides coverage of the major macroeconomic stories and trends affecting markets and businesses in Asia Pacific. He travels regularly to cover key summits including Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, G20, and World Economic Forum where he interviewed some of the world’s top CEOs, economic leaders, and tech entrepreneurs and investors.
Prior to joining Bloomberg, Ingles was with CCTV News in Shanghai where he reported on the Chinese financial markets and major economic reforms in China from the start of this decade. Before moving to the media industry, he spent several years in banking and financial services.
Ingles earned his bachelor's degree in business from the Ateneo de Manila University, and an MBA Degree in Finance from the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS). He is fluent in English, Tagalog and Mandarin.
About Doug Krizner
Doug Krizner's on-air radio experience began more than thirty years ago and includes historic KDKA in Pittsburgh. After a brief stint as a New York stockbroker, Doug was introduced to business news in 1992 when Michael Bloomberg hired him as part of a team to create Bloomberg Radio. He reported on the financial markets for Bloomberg and its affiliates and was Bloomberg's stock market reporter for NPR News. Doug later led Bloomberg Radio as news director. He was also reporter and host for Bloomberg Television programs on PBS and USA Network. Doug’s experience includes the Los-Angeles-based public radio show, "Marketplace Morning Report," where he worked as co-host, producer and editor. He is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh.