World Cup, Dan Schwarzman, Sadio Manet discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia


The hour. Time for a check of sports from around the world. Here's Dan schwarzman. Thanks, Brian. Another huge name is in jeopardy of missing the upcoming World Cup as Senegal international Bayern Munich star sadio Manet could be out after suffering a right fibula injury in Tuesday's Byron went over there to Bremen. This year's Ballon d'Or runner up will miss the Bundesliga giants next match versus shawkat with sources saying there is a real chance Manet will not be ready for Senegal's opener versus the Netherlands on November 21st. South Korea captain sun hyung min says he will be ready to play in his country's World Cup opener on November 24th against Uruguay after the Tottenham star sustained a fracture around his left eye last week. Sun has scored 35 goals in a 104 appearances while representing his home country. The U.S. men's national team coach Greg berhalter hasn't veiled the 26 man roster for the upcoming World Cup, but the usual big names included such as Christian Pulisic, western mckenney, giovanna and sergino dest while the biggest name left off the roster was Manchester City goalkeeper Zach Stefan, who is currently on loan at Middlesbrough. The roster is the second youngest that the U.S. has ever fielded for a World Cup with an average age under 26 years old. Finally, the Brooklyn Nets taking the interim tag off of coach Jacques Vaughn with the 47 year old signing a deal through next year to be the head coach. Vaughn has led Brooklyn to a two and two record since taking over for Steve Nash on November 1st. The nets were thought to be targeting suspended Celtics coach emea doka to replace Nash, but back up through the controversies already surrounding the team. And the enchantment that your Bloomberg world sports op day. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business flash. A little bit of risk off mood in equity markets across the apac, particularly in Hong Kong, where our material shares are leading the hang sang to a loss of something greater than 2.2%. We're also seeing a slump in consumer discretionary along with energy and industrial names in Tokyo, we've got the nikkei down about 1% on the Chinese mainland chenghai composite weaker by 7 tenths of 1% in Seoul the Cosby off about four tenths of 1% and in Sydney, the ASX 200 weaker by about four tenths of 1%. Crude oil has slumping. Not by much now, but we were down three and a half percent in New York trading when the U.S. government reported a gain in U.S. stockpiles, also a great deal of concern about weaker demand going forward in China where COVID cases are rising again, WTI right now, 85 70. And if you look at many of these markets, energy shares are contributing in a major way to losses. Tomorrow in the U.S. 8 30 a.m. Wall Street time, we'll have the CPI report for the month of October. Today, treasury yields moved lower in renewed defensiveness, given the fact that we saw another sell off in some of the crypto related names so that haven buying sent the yield on the U.S. ten year down to about 4.09%, which is where we're trading right now in the Tokyo session. We've got a two year treasury down, a check that up one basis point to four 59. The dollar showing a little bit of weakness, the yen firm here at one 46 35. The offshore Chinese currency right now steady 7 spot 27 zero 7 against the greenback. More on markets in 15 minutes. Head back shirt going to update us now on a global news headlines Eddie. I am I am Doug. Thank you, Beijing, COVID cases are a 5 month high Huang Xiaomi

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