Apple, Footlocker and Vinny Del Giudice discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak


It's five thirty on wall street good morning i'm karen moskow i'm bob moon we're just about four hours away from the opening of us trading let's get you up to date on the news you need to know what this hour heels futures and stocks in europe are higher after north korea said it remains willing to meet with the us at any time even after president donald trump cancelled june twelfth summit with kim jong hoon oil is moist post its first weekly decline in almost a month as saudi arabia and russia discuss easing global output cuts checking oil right now nymex crude oil is down one point one percent at sixty nine dollars eighty nine cents a barrel brent is down one point four percent at seventy seven dollars sixty eight cents the uk economy barely grew in the first quarter is household spending posted its weakest performance in more than three years economic growth in the uk who's left unrevised at one tenth of a percent that matched estimates german business confidence has halted a five a month slide the f o institutes gauge of business climate held at one hundred two point two in may here in the us the government issues data on factory orders for durable goods in a communist forecast in april decline of one point three percents bloomberg's benito judas reports bloomberg economics us a slowdown in aircraft orders will probably trigger a pullback in today's report outside of the transport sector though we could see some moderate gains and marched or bogus orders rose two point six percent the second consecutive solid increase also on today's agenda consumer sentiment data from the university of michigan vinny del giudice bloomberg daybreak many thank you on the earnings fron shares of gap fell almost eight percent and extended straight and comparable sales a gap branded stores fell more than estimated footlocker reports later this morning apple has won more than half a billion dollars in damages from samsung electronics in what is likely the final stages of a sevenyear global patent battle to utilities in the us midwest at finally gotten approval for their fifteen billion dollar merger great plains energy and west westar will combine next month.

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