Dan Schwarzman, Brian Top, Martina Trevis discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia


Bloomberg daybreak Asia It's a quarter past the hour now Time for check of sport from around the world here's Dan schwarzman Thanks Brian Top CDC has reached the finals of the French Open with a straight sets win over 20 seated as Bianca is now won 34 straight matches one shaft tank Venus Williams the longest winning trick of this century And the other semifinal match 18 year old 18 seated American coco got moves onto her first Grand Slam final after knocking off Martina trevis in the trade sets Mundo Deportivo in Spain says that Barcelona will look to make a move for disgruntled Chelsea Ford ramu Lukaku doesn't allow Robert Lewandowski to leave the Bundesliga giants Lewandowski has expressed his desire to move to bar so with just one year remaining on his current contract Lukaku moved to Stanford bridge last summer from Inter Milan for €100 million but did not feature regularly for manager Tomas to hold Game one of the NBA Finals is tonight to go and stay warriors hosting the Boston Celtics at Chase center in San Francisco Warriors have gone a perfect 9 to know this postseason at home a Boston is 7 to on the road Game two of the NHL's Western Conference final is tonight as well as a Colorado avalanche are hosting the Edmonton Oilers for the one game to not lead Colorado goli Darcy Kemper is out with the lower body injury with Pavel Francois getting to start Ned Longtime NFL running back Frank or signs a one day contract with the San Francisco forty-niners and officially retires The NFL's all time leading Russia spent ten years with the niners becoming the franchise's all time leading rusher while being selected to 5 pro bowls On Dan schwarzman that your Bloomberg world sports op aid Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day At Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business and at Bloomberg quick take This is a Bloomberg business flash We are looking at a positive start to the Asian session with hoist advance so logic off the back of what U.S. equities managed to do because they did snap a two day slide and a lot of investors of course perhaps on tend to hook so we get that unimportant key non farm payroll jobs report out of the U.S. later on Friday Futures for Japan and Australia pointed to the upside we got markets here in Hong Kong and Mainland China closed for a public holiday In China itself we've got officials that are into carry out a slew of government policies to simulate the economy that could also perhaps add some wind to the sales if we do get that wind in the sails in the first place as well for equities in this part of the world We got just to say that the SP 500 managed to ride 1.8% consumer discretionary shares responsible for some of all that and the tech heavy NASDAQ adding 2.8% at the moment NASDAQ and S&P futures are indeed pointing to the upside and of course it's all about oil as well with OPEC and green to increase the size of its oil supply hikes by about 50% in July and August and that actually bending to pressure coming from major consumer groups including the U.S. to fill the gap which has been created by sanctions on Russian supplies oil prices are initially falling up at the moment to a 117 bucks and 32 cents for West Texas intermediary All right that's a look at markets we check that every 15 minutes Okay let's get over to San Francisco and join Ed Baxter now for the latest global news All right thank you rich.

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