Listen: Vienna, OPEC And Bloomberg discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"It has five oh one on Wall Street. We check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg SNP futures are down eight points this morning. Dow futures down sixty nine NASDAQ futures down twenty one the Dax in Germany's up one percent CAC in Paris up one and a half percent of the Footsie-100 up. One point six percent. Nikkei two twenty-five Japan gained eight tenths percent while the Hang Seng. In Hong Kong was down a third of a percent ten year treasury up for thirty seconds yield two point eight percent yield on the two year two point seven five percents. Nymex crude oil down six tenths percent or twenty nine cents to fifty one nineteen. A barrel. Comex gold is up two tenths percent two dollars ten cents at twelve forty five seventy dollars the euro dollar thirteen sixty nine the yen won twelve point eight three. Nathan Karen oil is falling again today as OPEC members prepare for another day of talks in Vienna. Bloomberg's Emory Hordern is there OPEC and friends descend upon Vienna. And a last ditch effort to find the agreement the night end David Saudi Arabia, throwing cold water on a deal saying we are not confident of an agreement. Russia will join the group today's negotiations. Go down to the wire in Vienna. Anwr Hordern, Bloomberg daybreak. And now cold water came with Saudi energy Minister, Khalid off LA speaking to reporters after yesterday's gathering ended with no agreement. Not yet. Do you have roughly close to one million barrels a day, probably? Zubeida distribution participation. You have an agreement set for tomorrow. And."