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Check the markets for you every fifteen minutes here on Bloomberg radio and if we, look at the Asian equity session, the Asia Pacific index is. Up some two tenths of. A percent you're seeing a little bit of a mixed picture across the indices little bit of outperformance on the hang sang Chinese equities at steady if a touch weaker after to the biggest three day gain in about two years after Chinese equities the UN. Study as well of course we saw that drop to its lowest in a year yesterday looking at, the offshore we are still. Past six eight six eighty. Nine is where we trade but we're fairly steady on, that the, Turkish. Lira also studying. Up, we'll talk. About that in just a second with David he actually it is. A touch stronger if anything. Up almost six tenths of a percent after dropping three percent yesterday again. We'll talk more about that injustice Second elsewhere and affects. The Bloomberg dollar index are that is really going nowhere dead flat the AUSSIE dollar is what you want to be focusing on. In this session that weaker after that we can expected CPI. Data David Feherty again is going to talk to Donald. So I just want to mention all the yen Marcus, because that. Is off two tenths of, a percent eighty, two spot thirty two is where we trade but the top forecaster for. This cross that says that if the trade tensions, heat up we could see or the yen dropped to seventy six. Fifty a level that we haven't seen since two thousand sixteen and a number of people have points to this, as a key cross to watch if we talk about trade tensions in the fixed income space of the tenure JJ be. Yield down one and a. Half basis, points really we didn't see anything unusual out of that regular, operation from the b., o. j. but of course, the has been very much in focus this, week the ten year treasury yield meanwhile down a basis point as. Well two point nine four percent is where we trade. So we continue to pull away from. That three percent level and we've got the cash market open for European bonds, as, well we'll bring you those prices And yields as we get the Marcus yeah we're also looking ahead to the European open in terms of equities. The stock six hundred yesterday climbing, zero point nine percent the largest increase in a month this morning however the futures are, pointing lower euro stocks fifty futures off by about a quarter of a percentage point the same goes for Dax futures Footsie-100 futures declining by about a third of one percent futures are performing they are. Little changed as I look at them now of course we've had through a slew of different earnings that we need to take into. Account. In the European equity space including Deutsche Bank LVMH also coming out with a lot. Better than expected, figures in yesterday's or after the session yesterday so, the question is if that, may help out the French index today. When it comes to commodities oil prices pressing higher. After industry data showed a drop in US inventories sixty eight, dollars and seventy two cents higher by three tenths of one percent. That is where WTI is Trading this morning corporate little changed while, other metals such as zinc as. Well as. Aluminium ARA sort of pressing lower all right let's bring you some breaking news just very quickly bring. You. The key lines here first of all I want to tell you. That IT first half revenue is coming at, one point, five nine billion pounds the estimate was one. Point, four nine billion pounds so that is. A beat on the first half revenue for IT of course. You can dig into more of. The details on. The Bloomberg terminal wisdom meanwhile first quarter revenue coming in. At five hundred and fifty three point four million. Euros, the estimate, was five hundred sixty three million euros so that is amiss the wizards beat for itv's first off revenue miss, for wizar- first-quarter. Revenue Marcus you've just gotta line coming out of Vodafone yeah first-quarter organic service revenue growth coming in. At zero point three percent the estimate there was for zero point two percent growth so a little bit better, than expected when it comes to that organic service revenue growth, guidance reiterated as well from Vodafone all right let's get back to the markets. And cross over to Singapore Paul where David Finnerty. From, the markets live team joins. Us so we're seeing some, weakness in. The in this session David a good, day to you..