Dan Schwarzman, Pascal Gross, Eric Ten discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia


For a check of sport from around the world here's Dan schwarzman. Thanks, Brian. Manchester United has suffered a shock defeated home to brighten and hope out the end to open their season two to one as Pascal gross scored a brace for Brighton. The only score for the Red Devils came on an own goal in the 68th minute as man you lose his new manager Eric ten hugs Premier League debut. Elsewhere Manchester City wins their opener to nil over West Ham as Ellen Holland scores a brace for city in his Premier League debut unless your city and Brentford play do two all draw. According to this Sunday in England, Manchester City midfielder Phil Foden is on the verge of signing a 6 year contract extension that will pay the 22 year old 200,000 pounds per week including a 3 million pound signing bonus as well as annual raises of around 25,000 pounds per week. Foden is considered one of the best young footballers in the world and made his first team debut for city at the age of 17. Former New York met Bobby bonilla's famed contract that pays him close to $1.2 million annually through 2035 has sold at auction for a $180,000. As part of the auction, the winner also gets a 30 minute Zoom call with vanilla, as well as his agent that negotiated the contract, an autographed baseball as well as a game used beneath that. The NFT of the contract and will spend the day with the former third baseman in New York. Finally, Cleveland dot com reports that browns running back cream hunt has asked to be traded after not receiving a contract extension, a request that team has declined. The 27 year old is in the final year of a two year $12 million contract. I'm Dan schwarzman 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 take. This is a Bloomberg business flash. Markets are now bracing for another 75 basis .8 hike from the fed next month and you can blame it very clearly on that super strong U.S. jobs report from last Friday. We had a spike in yields across the US Treasury curve a two year now at three 23 a ten year at 2.82%. So we do remain inverted. Nonetheless, I mean, with that move up in rates, we're going to have a little bit of a challenge for equities in the apac region. We do have a stronger dollar as a result of those higher yields. The Bloomberg dollar spot index was up 6 ten to 1% in New York on Friday and we are building on those gains right now. The end quite a bit weaker, we were down in New York trading Friday by one and a half percent against the greenback right now trading one 35 15 thereabouts as we get set for trading in Asia stock

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