Qatar, Mister Musk, Jamie Vardy discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance


With a Bloomberg business. A recession is inevitable at some point. As to whether there is a recession in the near term, I think that is more likely than not. It certainly isn't, it's not a certainty, but it appears more likely that it is. Often in the news recently, mister Musk of Tesla, SpaceX may be of Twitter, I'm unsure on that. He and conversation today at an incredibly important form. It is a second year of Bloomberg committing to support of the Qatar economic forum, simply put Qatar is different. You hear of Saudi Arabia, maybe the United Arab Emirates and all of the Persian Gulf while the reality is Qatar is front and center, particularly for LNG, which is why we've had conversations there with the leadership of ExxonMobil and Shell as well. Joining us now after his conversation with Elon Musk John Michael Twain, who we know will be back in Qatar when England goes to the World Cup. Jamie Vardy leading the way. What is the likelihood John that Jamie Vardy could get back out of lister and help England not embarrass themselves? I agree with you that. That is the single biggest question of this morning. And my hope is, of course, that he will reemerge, but seeing he's almost as old as you and me. He does face issues in that. And of course, Bloomberg surveillance looks forward, mister Mickelson, to attending the World Cup meetings. I think I could speak for John

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