Mick Mulvaney, White House, United States discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe
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Shenton Beja and thirty four percent full David Cameron cable news twenty four hours a day on errant take talk on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven. Journalists and analysts symbol the one hundred twenty countries. I'm Dan guarant-. This is Bloomberg Anna. Now, everybody knows how we feel when we ask those questions. I mean, what what is interesting to me about that story is actually not the difference between those leaders, but the fact that they're also low the percentages of them as anyway, thank you very much the unguaranteed with world news getting back to the trade story. And the White House is warning the US is ready to walk. If no China trade deal is reached soon speaking out the Milken institute's annual conference. Citadel CEO Ken Griffin says free trade is important. But that's it's more crucial to have a good deal than a bad one. I'm a big fan of free trade, but needs to be fair trade. The US has got to have terms of trade around the world that are trading counterparties. Enjoy we know this has been very good for the country as a whole, but it's devastated. One town employers where the employer has shut down. And we did not think enough about job reeducation helping people to move to other communities that we're going to be adversely impacted by free trade. We just didn't focus on this enough. So unfortunately history, we're gonna make mistakes country. The key is how do we deploy our resources to address our mistakes? What do we do with some of those communities where people have been left behind by the unfair terms of trade? So number one is try to create tax incentives to bring new employers the region. Even if you're successful with that. Then that's a win. If you're not then you're gonna have to courage people to relocate elsewhere. You're my family through its history moved across the United States in pursuit of jobs instead of opportunity. There's nothing wrong with having to make those changes in our country. Increasing geographical abilty increases the flexibility of our workforce opens more doors. That was citadel CEO Ken Griffin. Speaking exclusively to Bloomberg's Erik Shanska really fascinating to to delve into some of the commentary that we've had outside the White House on trade. The White House does seem to be ramping up the pressure to reach a trade deal in the next couple of weeks. We've heard from Mick Mulvaney, who president Donald Trump's acting chief of staff, and he's pointing out the two ways that this could go he says, it won't go on forever at some point in any negotiation. You you you say we're close to getting something done. So we're going to keep going, but on the other hand, you coudl say weeks that point in the negotiation. We had to put your hands up and say this is never going anywhere. So that in itself mine will give us any very clear direction. It's where this heads to sort of highlighting both sides of it may Mulvaney buddy does. But it does seem as if we all guessing these messages from the White House about trying to let their impatience be node. Let's get to the monkeys life teen golf with Reynolds. Stands by us in. Sydney. Thank you very much for joining us. How is the latest on trade being taken by the markets? Then we getting these sort of mixed statements from Mick Mulvaney, but on the other hand that does seem to be an attempt by the White House to say, look, we're getting a bit impatient. Here. The markets. A lot of them are closed, which limits the reaction, you know, he's the Patchett Sadat trading. There's not a lot of response to that. At the moment s and p futures today have been focusing on the rise e- out looked at apple the delivered overnight and the all the Kiwi dollar's staying down because of concerns about what domestic economic issues. See also, even if I've been there would be a huge ex- for the moment because really investors looking for a decisive break they've gotten used to the noise that's been going on about how we're working to get a deal done. We're making progress, but we wanted to take a bad deal. It's become this part of the furniture. Yeah. Indeed. And as far as the the most interesting of Mick Mulvaney statement, then talking about how we gonna know one way or the other in the next couple of weeks. He's assessment on the timing. Maybe that is of interest. Thank you very much among its nineteen. Garfield.