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And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters they met for several hours yesterday. But trade negotiators for the US and China still have not been able to resolve the critical issue regarding the depreciation of China's currency the one which puzzles Luciano genetic head of investment strategy at Abu Dhabi commercial Bank. The trade is more important than than than than fluctuations in the currency for them given that any way they tend to like to have a stable currency. Massive devaluations. They would not do. Anyway, the two sides will meet again this morning under the looming threat of new American tariffs set you take effect this week. Well, it's always a hot topic for Berkshire Hathaway who will succeed Warren Buffett is chairman his annual letter yesterday didn't have many clues says Bloomberg finance reporter, Catherine. She Glenn scheme mentioned again, the the promotion of edgy, Jane. And Greg able which we got at the beginning of last year. And he did say, you know, they have rare talents where you know, very thankful to have them in these leadership positions buffet is eighty eight years old the Federal Reserve is again in focus this week with testimony from chairman Jerome Powell beginning on Tuesday. Bloomberg's Deborah Maui has a preview we'll hear more about the Fed's rape policy. You turn to a more dovish stance amid slower global growth and trade uncertainty. How well deliver the central bank's semi annual monetary policy report to congress on Tuesday and Wednesday in Washington. KKR and black rock are making an oil pipeline that the to have entered into a four billion dollar partnership with Dhabi National oil company. A newly formed entity called ad knock oil pipelines will lease at Knox interest in eighteen pipelines which transport crude and condensate global news twenty four hours a day on air and it ticked up on Twitter. Powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg business week radio. Hello, I'm Carol Massar with.

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