Bloomberg, Apple, U.S. discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

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App. Quick take. This is a Bloomberg business flash. Now it's time for the Bloomberg business flash stocks a little bit lower than on Tuesday after apple's plans to slow hiring highlighted concerns about aggressive monetary tightening and the potential impact ripple effects across economies airing highlight concerns about aggressive monetary tightening and the potential impact ripple effects across economies and corporates. So in terms of equity futures we are called a little bit higher though for the ASP 500 mini by about a 5th of 1%. European equity futures are called lower therefore FTSE 100 down about two fifths of 1%. And the bond markets. It's really a story of treasuries picking up where they left off. We are looking here at U.S. ten currently at two 97 holding on the 3% handle. Again, there is this fomo effect around these yields and fantastic analysis as well on the Bloomberg that's trending. In terms of the currency is Euro dollar still holding up one O one 50, so a little bit of upside there. The greenback halted the two day slide. So a little bit of strength coming across the Bloomberg dollar index, the other key pairs Donnie yen at a 137 94 and cable just short of one 1917, the commodities space. We are getting an indication that there could be renewed supply out of Libya, the force majeure being lifted, currently Brent crude trading at a 102 barrels on a tick barrels in 20 cents a barrel and then gold just a lot of flat line. There is almost a sense of holding for breath as we count down to the big decisions from the ECB and the BOJ later on the week. That's the Bloomberg business flash, let's get out to land guarantee what else is happening around the world. Yusuf good morning and thank

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