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Good morning Nathan Robert caplan says the focus on his financial disclosures and become a distraction And for that reason he's retiring October 8th Both Kaplan and Rosenberg came under criticism after disclosure showed they held and traded financial assets while the fed was actively supporting markets The ranks it will take out two hawkish fed officials who were forecasting a rate hike next year The departures should also ease pressure on fed share Jay Powell who's facing renomination Lived in New York I'm John Tucker Bloomberg daybreak Great John thank you Meantime other fed presidents are back on the speaking circuit banking the drum for tapering asset purchases New York chief John Williams says the Central Bank could pull back on bond buying soon We made substantial for the progress in achieving our inflation goal There's also been very good progress towards maximum employment Now assuming the economy continues to improve as I anticipate a moderation in the pace of asset purchases may soon be warned John Williams spoke at the economic club of New York fed governor Lyle brainerd is making a similar case saying that labor market is nearing the point where tapering makes sense Is still a bit short of the mark on what I consider to be substantial for their progress But if progress continues as I hope it may soon meet that mark Fed governor brainard expects the Central Bank to start tapering soon but says investors should not take that as a sign that rate hikes are coming too No offense chairman Jerome Powell takes center stage in Washington today Karen along with treasury secretary Janet Yellen They will field a range of questions in testimony to the Senate and we get more from Bloomberg's vinyl giudice Pandemic relief is the advertised topic of the Senate banking committee hearing but Bloomberg geographic says the spotlight will be on recycle to yell and at that ceiling and government default The treasury could hit the fiscal reds on the X state no cash to pay the bills sometime in October It's more than a little nerve rattling Pal meantime it's likely to break new ground on U.S. monetary policy Any doubt judicial birthday break If you elsewhere on capitol hail it's all about the debt ceiling and a looming government shutdown senator at public ends have blocked a bill that would suspend the debt ceiling and keep the government open Majority leader Chuck Schumer is blasting the move There's no scenario in God's green earth where it should be worth risking millions of jobs trillions in household wealth People's social security checks veterans benefits and another recession just to score short term meaningless political points That's what Republicans seem fixated on doing Senator Schumer calls Republicans reckless they refuse to back the death ceiling suspension because they don't approve of President Biden's economic plan Now Democrats need a new strategy to prevent a shutdown Genie and say no as a Bloomberg news contributor and political science professor at iona college Democrats are going to pass it but they want to make sure they are making the case that Republicans are responsible for the debt we are facing in this country and the government shutdown looming so close That is a political calculation They've made just as Republicans have made the calculation not to try to help to handle it And both sides are going to stick to this till the last minute and then they will avert it Bloomberg news contributor Jeannie she and Zayn expects a last minute deal to avoid a shot down without one the government could start closing as early as Friday and the U.S. could default on its obligations in October Well while that debt ceiling fight is front and center Karen there's still work being done on President Biden's three and a half $1 trillion spending package and we're hearing a change to restrictions on state and local tax deductions could now be part of the plan Here with more is Bloomberg's at Baxter It is one of the final details of the package on the House ways and means committee is working on a way to make it happen Agreement failed earlier this month but the members say now they are making progress The deduction was limited to $10,000 in the Trump tax plan large high property tax states have been fighting for the repeal while smaller have said as a handout to the more well to do Several members have suggested now that a compromise would be a temporary lift for two years with more action possible later In San Francisco I'm a Baxter Bloomberg daybreak Great and thanks We turned it the pandemic now where fights over a vaccine mandates continue to dominate the headlines now New York City as one of victory on that front in a surprise court ruling and Bloomberg's Renee young joins us live at the very latest Good morning Renee Good morning Karen the New York City vaccine mandate has the ban has been lifted and as a result the city may begin to bar thousands of unvaccinated school personnel from their jobs The court issued the ruling last night but gave no firm reasons for the decision Now practically this means that the largest school district in the U.S. may now insist that all school employees and contractors be vaccinated Department of Education spokeswoman Danielle filson says the mandate will go into effect at the end of the day on Friday Live in New York I'm ra need a young Bloomberg day break All right we need to thank you Futures moving lower this morning S&P futures are down 29 points down futures down a 104 NASDAQ futures leading the declines this morning they're down a 191 points or one and a quarter percent The ten year treasury is down 1430 seconds the yield 1.53% Straight ahead local headlines in a check of sports This is Bloomberg At 5 O 7 on Wall Street where it's 6 8°.

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