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Fresh update on "bloomberg markets" discussed on Mike McConnell

Mike McConnell

00:16 min | 46 min ago

Fresh update on "bloomberg markets" discussed on Mike McConnell

"Bloomberg Market Minute on 700. W L Gelati. All right, Jeff Bellenger. We have several C E O Seu to meet at the White House today. Like who? These will be executive. So more than a dozen companies. They'll be talking to White House officials today. So one headline that President Biden might even sit in on the session. The CEOs will be discussing the competition for computer chips and the supply shortage that has shut down auto plants. A car companies want the Biden administration to prioritize chips for cars. But sources say it's unlikely at this point that the session's going to result in any immediate solution to the ongoing problem. Alright, are friends of Microsoft found something they want to buy. Yeah, they're making a big bet on healthcare. Artificial intelligence, apparently, sources told Bloomberg the software companies going to buy nuance, communications and what would be the biggest acquisition since it bought linked in Microsoft has been looking to get involved in the health care business. Nuance uses Siri Voice technology to help doctors with note taking and also to better predict patients needs all right. Have an Apple executives gonna testify on Capitol Hill next week. What's that about, please? Yeah, the gonna be an upcoming congressional hearing and the company's APP store Senate Judiciary Committee subcommittee will. Yeah, it's a subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary Committee, which sounds funny, but it's true. It will meet a week from Wednesday to consider how Apple and Google dominate the market for mobile applications. Apple sent a letter to the panel saying Chief compliance Officer Kyle and Deer will be available to speak at the meeting. All righty. So futures look like they're a little bit lower this morning have been all morning. The S and P futures down six points now, NASDAQ futures and down 42 in the Dow futures are down 45 from Bloomberg. I'm Jeff Bellenger, a news radio 700 wlw.

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Biden Executive Order to Create Supreme Court Commission

Bloomberg Markets

00:18 sec | 2 d ago

Biden Executive Order to Create Supreme Court Commission

"Good on a campaign promise to look into expanding the Supreme Court. White House says the president will issue an executive order today, creating a presidential commission on the High court. The panel will have 180 days to study multiple scenarios for reform, including adding seats or imposing term limits. Global news

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Fresh update on "bloomberg markets" discussed on This Week

This Week

00:37 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bloomberg markets" discussed on This Week

"Coming out with the real skill sets that are immediately hirable and available to them. I think we see another standing by the faculty administration at a jetty that we've got a train and educate the whole student not just their one side of the brain, and I do think that's sort of part of the DNA's Today. There's practical and they're sort of academia and merging those two together and understanding that if we're gonna have our young people go get great jobs and have great successful careers. They've gotta have both sides, their brain activated, and I think we see that with Majority. Ben J. I. T New Jersey Institute of Technology LEARN MORE AT N J I t dot E D u Every WEEK day Matt Miller and polls Winnie Ask a few of the top market makers, an analyst for their opinions, And while it's polite to listen to everyone, does it make sense that Tesla is worth $660 billion in market cap is more productive to listen to the best. What's the data that you guys really look at? Bloomberg Markets weekday mornings at 10 Eastern What do you expect from Jerome Powell on Bloomberg Radio. The Bloomberg business happened. Bloomberg radio dot com. Bloomberg, the world is listening. Hi. I'm your host, Smoky Cole bear filling in for Smokey because after 75 years of only you can prevent wildfires..

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U.S. Jobless Claims Rose to 744,000 Last Week

Bloomberg Markets

00:32 sec | 3 d ago

U.S. Jobless Claims Rose to 744,000 Last Week

"On Bloomberg Weekly Jobless claims up for a second week after hitting a one year low in mid March, and with more on that story years, Bloomberg's Vina del Jude ice, it's confounding data's other figures show sharp increases and payrolls and job openings. Weekly jobless claims rose to 744,000 last week high end a historic basis. Even if the economy makes progress in the aftermath of the pandemic Now there had been quirks and the data stemming from processing delays on widespread fraud. But the overall message is that of a slow and uneven recovery. Anything.

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Fresh update on "bloomberg markets" discussed on This Week

This Week

00:41 sec | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bloomberg markets" discussed on This Week

"Weenie, ask if you were the top market makers, an analyst for their opinions, And while it's polite to listen to everyone, does it make sense that Tesla is worth $660 billion in market cap is more productive to listen to the best. What's the data that you guys really look at? Bloomberg Markets weekday mornings at 10 Eastern What do you expect from drawing Powerball Bloomberg Radio. The Bloomberg business happened. Bloomberg radio dot com. Bloomberg, the world is listening. If you love them enough to listen to them. Practice the same song on Tuba. Please be done over and over and over and over and over that surely you'll check N H. T s a dog off slash the right scene.

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Bank Of America Giving Junior Salary Raises

Bloomberg Markets

00:12 sec | 3 d ago

Bank Of America Giving Junior Salary Raises

"Bank of America says it will give its junior investment bankers of pay bump beginning May 1st saying it's a reward for their hard work in a frenetic market for deals all during a

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Contentious Union Vote at Amazon Heads to a Count

Bloomberg Markets

00:36 sec | Last week

Contentious Union Vote at Amazon Heads to a Count

"And historic Union election at an amazon dot com Fulfillment Center in Alabama concludes today and updated this report from Bloomberg's Nancy Lions. This sets in motion a vote count that organizers expect will be contentious and take a few days. As many as 5800 workers at the facility in best summer were eligible to vote to join the retail wholesale in department store union. Hard fought male, an election that began seven weeks ago attracted national attention. President Joe Biden even weighed in and saw the union and Amazon engage in a sometimes testy information

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What is The Fed going to announce this week?

Bloomberg Markets

00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

What is The Fed going to announce this week?

"Listening for Well, I think there's a couple of things one. I don't think J pals in the same anything different than what he said recently on monetary policy or that a lot of the other speakers have said so I think we have to focus a little bit more on this. On what chair welcome former chair and currently Secretary Yellen is going to say about fiscal stimulus and the need for how it's going to be. Allocated how the by the administration wants to, you know, deal with deficits going forward as well. You know, this talk that they want to do. Another $3 trillion stimulus is is quite hefty. What is that $3 trillion say over the next 10 years for infrastructure spending, or is it you know, $3 trillion over the very near term, and I think they'll be a lot of questions about you know the need at this point for yet another multi trillion dollar fiscal stimulus if it if it is

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Saudi Arabia offers cease-fire plan to Yemen rebels

Bloomberg Markets

00:18 sec | 2 weeks ago

Saudi Arabia offers cease-fire plan to Yemen rebels

"For more help from the U. S to defend its oil facilities. Saudi official who asked not to be named, says the requests have been put to the Biden administration since January. Today. Saudi Arabia also announced the plan to offer Yemen's Houthi rebels a ceasefire in the country's long running warrant to allow major airport to reopen in its capital. Global News

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EU slaps sanctions on 4 Chinese officials over Uyghur abuses

Bloomberg Markets

00:22 sec | 2 weeks ago

EU slaps sanctions on 4 Chinese officials over Uyghur abuses

"Britain and European Union allies will all issues sanctions sometime later today against China. For what U. S officials have called genocidal actions against the weaker Muslim. Minorities in the Xinjiang province of China. Earlier, the European Union announced sanctions on four Chinese officials accused of responsibility for abuses against weaker Muslims in the announcement. The

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Tech Stocks Sink in Early Trading as Bond Yields Climb Again

Bloomberg Markets

02:16 min | Last month

Tech Stocks Sink in Early Trading as Bond Yields Climb Again

"Let's get over to Dave Wilson. Right now. He is in the studio with a look at stocks. Dave We're not seeing a lot of movement on the index is, but what do you see under the hood? Well, I mean, you've kind of got big tack on one side and big banks on the other. That's how things are kind of lining up in early trading. So you look at what's lower in the S and P 500. You see technology Chris Apple Microsoft fitting in their communications services, Google's owner, alphabet as well as Facebook, and then that consumer discretionary category where you find Amazon dot com and Tesla's so you know, that's one side of the coin. The other side's what's going on with the banks. You know, we're seeing Bond yields move up and bank stocks kind of going along for the ride, and we should point out yesterday. KBW Bank Index, which tracks 24, the largest U. S. Lenders, broke a record that had stood since February. 2007. So it's like the banks are finally getting out from under the shadow of the financial crisis. If you look at their share prices, and by the way that KBW index is up 2% today, and we're seeing gains of on that magnitude from JP Morgan Bank of America, Citigroup, Wells Fargo and Maura's, So you know, it looks like You know, we kind of got, you know, the kind of classic on the one hand on the other going on in early trading. And what you get out of that, in terms of the broader market is not a whole lot of direction mean some weakness, But you know, the S and P 500 actually coming off its early lows at the moment. Have to have a guess. What we've seen today is another example of that trade We've seen recently. You know what bond prices trade off interest rates push higher, and that brings the NASDAQ down with it. We're seeing that again today. Oh, yeah. I mean, that's you know, sort of how things are lining up at the moment on them beyond that, though, I mean, you look at utilities in real estate, you talk about the areas most sensitive to higher rates. They're actually up a bit. In early trading. You look at their S and P index is higher by three tents for percent. So you know that's kind of uninterested contrast and you know, they kind of puts them in the metal, arguably between big tank and big banks and big tech

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Closing prices for crude oil

Bloomberg Markets

00:28 sec | Last month

Closing prices for crude oil

"The Bloomberg terminal involving crude oil inventories, The EI is reporting that those inventories were up by 13.8 million barrels in other news stocks. Are off earlier highs well off, I should say, but still into the grain stocks are up after price inflation data indicated a muted increasing consumer prices for the month of February data fresh out today. Show that a key inflation gauge rose 4/10 of a percent last month in line with expectations. Let's look at what the market's doing

Stocks rally as tech shares mount comeback, Nasdaq jumps more than 4%

Bloomberg Markets

00:20 sec | Last month

Stocks rally as tech shares mount comeback, Nasdaq jumps more than 4%

"To day, a rebound of more than 3% in the NASDAQ after recent sharp losses, tied, in part to worries that tech stocks were priced too high. Today, though, all three averages are up 123 and 2/10 Percent. The Dow up 308 points, the NASDAQ 404, the S and P 70 about self flying

The House of Representatives to vote on the pandemic relief bill

Bloomberg Markets

00:33 sec | Last month

The House of Representatives to vote on the pandemic relief bill

"On President Biden's $1.9 Trillion Pandemic relief package. Tomorrow. That timeline is now confirmed. With the House Rules Committee set to open up debate on the Senate version of the package at noon today, Republicans remain in lockstep against the pandemic relief. House GOP whip Steve Scalise is not focused on covert relief. It's focused on pushing Maura of the far left agenda. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development predicts the measure will boost global growth by more than 1% in its first year. Jury selection has

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Biden to meet with bipartisan lawmakers on infrastructure

Bloomberg Markets

00:38 sec | Last month

Biden to meet with bipartisan lawmakers on infrastructure

"Judge to talk infrastructure. But his Bloomberg Sammy Morris reports one top Democrats already slamming the brakes, Transportation and infrastructure chair Peter DeFazio says there is no possible way a planned infrastructure bill could go through the budget reconciliation process. Now. That procedure would allow legislation to be passed by the Senate with Simple majority. But the Senate parliamentarian has already ruled funding for several infrastructure projects within the current stimulus package can't be passed via reconciliation, and it is too early to know if a separate package would gain enough support in Washington. I'm Amy Morris Bloomberg Radio. US has agreed to suspend millions of dollars in tariffs on U.

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Toll Brothers reported better-than-expected earnings in the fourth quarter

Bloomberg Markets

00:16 sec | Last month

Toll Brothers reported better-than-expected earnings in the fourth quarter

"Wall Street estimates. Homebuilder Toll brothers reported better than expected growth as wealthy Homebuyers upgraded to bigger properties in the suburbs. Purchase contracts jumped 59% from a year earlier told benefited from a tight supply of new and existing homes for

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Robinhood and Reddit in the spotlight during GameStop congressional hearing

Bloomberg Markets

00:31 sec | Last month

Robinhood and Reddit in the spotlight during GameStop congressional hearing

"The CEOs of Robin Hood's Citadel and read it are going to be on Capitol Hill today. To answer the for the massive swings and MIM stocks before the House Financial Services Committee. New York Democrat Gregory Meeks sits on the panel. He tells Bloomberg. He wants to know if retail investors were taken advantage of Basically that you know, the name of the subcommittee that's in charge is invested protection. Make sure that the average everyday investor is protect that hearing gets under way at noon. Wall Street Time stay with Bloomberg Radio for

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"bloomberg markets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:37 min | Last month

"bloomberg markets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg markets with Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller. How do you kind of you? The volatility in the marketplace here have ones focused on the vaccine rollout companies across industries trying to shore up their balance sheets. These equity indexes just keep going up breaking market views and inside from Bloomberg experts. Strong dollar policy, I think is a lot of its rhetoric because of all the dislocations. There's always relative value trades that you could be doing. The only issue is how hot get home prices go. It's the uncertainty. I think that is real. Creeping everyone. This is Bloomberg markets with Paul sweetie and met Miller on Bloomberg Radio. Coming up. We're gonna chat with Joe Carroll, US Energy reporter for Bloomberg on the Texas power crisis. He is on the ground in Houston. We got a first hand look there. Plus, we can chat with Barry Ritholtz get his thoughts on these markets. But first, let's go to great. Jared Bloomberg News for eight. Remember, this is fresh, right? All just crossing the terminal, the hot headline. Crude oil inventories down 7.26 million barrels, according to the E A. Meanwhile, stocks continue to drop, weighed down by losses among tech companies. WalMart shares dropped after the retailer posted results for the holiday quarter and said it would raise wages for about 425,000 employees. Global oil market is grappling with the crisis caused by freezing temperatures in the U. S more than four million barrels a day about put almost 40% of Asians. Crude production is now offline, James Bianco Bianco research Better tells Bloomberg. All of this horrible weather that we've been experiencing nationwide was not having the effect you might think it have, or at least he won't think. Well, it doesn't think it will have the effect because of the pandemic. You know, you'd normally think it would. But given that we're already in the mode of working from home, the impact is far less than it would have been in a Pre pandemic era, so a lot of people like me are at home working in while it's snowing outside. It's I talked to you, Not a whole lot is going to change with my work habits Just because of the pandemic. Well, let's take a look at the markets the S and P is down 9/10 of a percent down $35 down 8/10 of a percent down 257. And the mass deck is down. 1.4% down. 192 10 Years down 5 30 seconds The of 1.29% West Texas Intermediate crude oil is down. Attempting represented 16 or 61 5 barrel comics. Gold is up 3/10 of 1%. 17 78 30 announced the Valerie and one or 5 79, the euro dollar 2072. They found a dollar 59 49 That's a Bloomberg business Flash. Bloomberg markets continues now. All 20 and Matt Miller. Right, Jerry. Thank.

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Western Union's CFO Raj Agrawal Discusses COVID-19's Impact on the Company

Bloomberg Markets

05:43 min | 2 months ago

Western Union's CFO Raj Agrawal Discusses COVID-19's Impact on the Company

"Just briefly tell us about the trends that you saw during the pandemic. Did people need to use Western Union more? Hey, Thanks for having me. Yes, absolutely way actually saw that need to receive money during the pandemic Over the course of the last 12 months was greater than ever before. We also saw a shift in terms of how people were using our business. You know, we have obviously. A very broad retail network. But we have also a fantastic, you know, well growing digital business. That is now present more than 75 countries. And so we saw tremendous growth in our digital difference because people were looking very frequently for online ways of sending money to their loved ones and You can imagine that during the pandemic, um you know, in many of these other countries were going through a very difficult time, which would continue to do so. And the people who have the ability to send continue to send money and they used our business quite frequently. So No, we really saw a makeshift not only in our business, but also in the market overall, where digital parts of the market really took off during the course of last year. Raj. We still have persistent higher than we would like unemployment in the United States. How's that impacted your flows in your business? Yeah, way. We're very much a global business, Paul. You know we are presently 200 countries and territories around the world. The U. S is obviously very important Market for us. Yeah, we certainly saw. You know some impact from the unemployment. The pandemic is not behind this yet. We need to see how things play out. We are assuming that the second half of this year will be in a better position economically, not only in the U. S, but also globally. As the vaccines are more widely distributed. So we're hoping for a better second half economically, and I think that again, people who have had the ability to send money people who are Still employed and making money basically continue to use our business at a at a high rate, and we've also seen the amount of principle going through our business go up quite quite a bit. We grew a cross border principle by 12% last year. Where's the entire market was probably down a little bit. So, you know, I think we're still getting good traffic, and people still have a need to receive money. I'm a customer myself of our business and I've spent more money in the last 12 months and I have historically because my my relatives have a need to get that money. So Roger why the decision to increase the dividend? It's really a trip. We've had a track record over the last 14 years. We've increased the dividend by 13 of those 14 years. So we have a lot of confidence in the strength of our business. We know that regenerated A very strong large amount of cash flow. Last year we generated about $900 million in cash. Operating cash flow will have another good year this year, and we think it's really what our shareholders want. And so we've raised the dividend in 13 of the last 14 years, and this is just a continuation of that trend. And you know we're looking for good things. We have a good strategic agenda this year and Being a good healthy dividend is a key part of that for us Raj tucked us about the competitive landscape for Western Union. You guys obviously been in this business for a long, long time, have tremendous brand value. But there's a lot of technological competitors whether it's you know, the apse Venmo or something like that talked to us about the competitive landscape for Western Union. Sure, yeah, I mentioned before we have a very large and strong and fast growing digital business. Our digital business will be about a billion dollars inside this year in terms of revenue side. And we are very focused on the cross border Remittance market as you know, and there many acts like Kendall is much more of a domestically oriented chaotic here in the U. S. So ours is much more about Lending money all around the world, and that's really where our strength is. We have the ability to settle in 130 currencies. In a matter of minutes. We have the regulatory compliance capabilities that go with it. We serve a number of different kinds of partners. We have a white label offering that we've you know that we're partnering with banks and other fintech type players, so we can really be the back and provider to other companies. Even other digital players that may not have the reach that we do. Saudi telecoms is one example. That's been very successful for Saudi Arabia. We have another one in Russia with spare, which is a bank is one of the largest bank in Russia. And so we really have a number of different angles. We have a branded Western union calm offering and, you know, I use our services as well. And you can. You can initiate and completed transaction in the matter of 30 seconds and I can do it for the money. My loved one of in India, you know, matter of seconds very recent college if he's air quite high, considering some competitors don't charge really at all. Are you going to do anything about that? You know, our fees are very representative of the cost of doing business that we, You know, it's not simple. It's not free to really move money around the world. You know, to have regulatory compliance capabilities and to actually protect consumers in terms of when they spend their money. There's a cost of doing business, right 200 markets and that's really what we do, and we're in the business to make money and the other others who are not charging a few. It's not a sustainable business model for them, so that's really the way we look at it.

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Stocks Waver in Wednesday Trading, Pausing Market Rally

Bloomberg Markets

00:59 sec | 2 months ago

Stocks Waver in Wednesday Trading, Pausing Market Rally

"Stocks started the day off and then began to slide. Now they're fluctuating another sign that investors are taking a breather after pushing markets to record highs. Investors are betting President Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus package will help bolster the economy while vaccinations help reduce covert 19 cases. Let's look at the S and P. It is down. Well, it's little changed down three that out. Jones Industrial average is up 1/10 of a percent of 30 and the NASDAQ is down 3/10 of a percent down 45. 10 Years up 4 30 seconds. The yield 1.14% West Texas Intermediate crude oil's up a half a percent of 58 68 of barrel Comex gold is down 1/10 of a percent 18 36 even per ounce. Dollar yen, one of 4 65 the year old dollar 21 34 on the British pound. Another 38 46, a key measure of prices paid by US consumers, was unchanged for January. This was the second straight month of such was the case, underscoring the pandemics lingering wish strain on inflation. That financial markets seat

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"bloomberg markets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:43 min | 2 months ago

"bloomberg markets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is Bloomberg Markets. Moments, we're going to speak markets with Jim Poulson, CEO at the Leuthold Group. Looking forward to that conversation, and then Chris Brian is going to join his columnist covering industrial companies for Bloomberg Opinion will talk, among other things, tests as investment in Bitcoin. Let's get a Bloomberg business rationale from great Jared. We've slipped into the red Bonnie Aziz. US stocks pull back from record highs. Treasury yields dipping effort tame inflation, Reading East concerns about a destabilizing rising prices, Liz and Sanders and Charles Schwab tells Bloomberg. Investments are shifting to more optimism on the pandemic have started to pick up on the more cyclical parts of the economy, like energy, like materials like industrials, where you're seeing some outflows out of areas like consumer, discretionary and tech, So I think the flows air shifting toward this Recovery Focus. Let's take a look at the markets. The S and P 500 is down a quarter of a percent downtown. Downs down 2/10 of a percent down 57 of the NASDAQ's down a half a percent down 76. 10 years up 6 30 seconds. The yield is 1.13%, West Texas intermediate crews back in the green up 10th of a percent of 58 45 a barrel comics. Gold's up a quarter of represented 18 42 20 announced the dollar yen. 104 65 the euro dollar 21 33 in the British found a dollar 38 52. That's a Bloomberg business Flash. I'm Gregg Jarrett Thies is Bloomberg markets with Paul Sweeney and Bunny Quinn on Bloomberg Radio. Coming off of those march lows of last year. The SNP's up about 75% and a lot of folks are starting to get worried.

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Amazon is reportedly making a wall-mounted Echo 'command center'

Bloomberg Markets

00:17 sec | 2 months ago

Amazon is reportedly making a wall-mounted Echo 'command center'

"Amazon is said to be developing a new echo device, with the large touch screen that attach is to the wall and serves as a smart home control panel, video chat device and media player. It's expected to be a digital command center showing users upcoming calendar events and controlling accessories like

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Jobless claims better than expected last week and lowest in two months

Bloomberg Markets

00:05 sec | 2 months ago

Jobless claims better than expected last week and lowest in two months

"In better than expected, but still stubbornly higher. Let's see where the action is. In today's

"bloomberg markets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:11 min | 4 months ago

"bloomberg markets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg Markets with Bonnie Quinn and Paul Sweetie. Well, technology lead us out of this crisis. We don't know how many companies can accept people back on their roster bed seems to have really flexed its muscles. They're still growing the virus risk breaking market news and inside from Bloomberg experts ring out that by the dip mentality that takes time, But we're looking at a more damaging great in the labor market. Does the shape of the yield curve matter? We're looking at late 2021 early twenties. 22 were really feels. Quote unquote normal. This is Bloomberg Markets with Bonnie Quinn and Paul Sweetie on Bloomberg Radio. Coming up. We're gonna take a look at the municipal bond market, particularly in response to Secretary Mnuchin after he cut the Fed life line just days ago. Plus, we're going to take a look at the bite in transition that is not really transitioning At the moment. I'm going to get the latest from Washington, D. C with Josh Wingrove Bloomberg White House correspondent. But first let's go to Greg Jared of Bloomberg News for a Bloomberg business flash, right? All the S and P is pushing higher. After AstraZeneca became the latest firm to deliver positive vaccine. There's trading volumes 12% below the 30 Day average of this time of day At the start of the holiday shortened week. Energy companies are topping the leaderboard after oil moved above $42 a barrel in New York way check the markets every 15 minutes. Right straight day. The ESPYs now on behalf of her set up 17. The house of 8/10 of a percent of 237 and the NASDAQ's Now up 2/10 of a percent of 20. The 10 year is down 10 30 seconds. The Yield 300.85% West Texas Intermediate Cruise up 1.2% of 42 93 a barrel with comics rolled down 2%. 18 40 70 announced the dollar yen one of 4 48, the euro dollar 18 22 and the British pound a dollar 33 even US business activity powered ahead in November at the fastest pace since March, 2015 with stronger growth that service providers and manufacturers highlighting brought momentum. Need economy Challenged by the coronavirus resurgence. The H S market Flash composite index of purchasing managers at manufacturers and service providers increased to 57.9. From 56.3. That is a Bloomberg business Flash. Bloomberg markets.

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"bloomberg markets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:38 min | 5 months ago

"bloomberg markets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg markets with funny Quinn and Paul, Sweetie. Well, technology lead us out of this crisis. We don't know how many companies can accept people back on the roster bed seems to have really flexed its muscles. There's still a coronavirus risk breaking market news and inside from Bloomberg experts ring out that by the dip mentality that takes time, but we're looking at a more damaging breaks in the labor market. Does the shape of the yield curve matter? We're looking at late 2021 early 20. 22 were really feels quote unquote normal. He's he's Bloomberg markets with Bonnie Quinn and Paul Sweetie on Bloomberg Radio. Working from home. We're all trying to make it work. Nomura Securities is actually considering making a flexible work schedule on a permanent basis. Plus, we're gonna take a look at the municipal bond business, particularly for those economies. That depend upon sure. Tourism. What do the upcoming lockdown to mean for them and for that market, But first, let's go to Greg Parent for a proper business. Flash right? All the S and P is continuing to edge lower the wake of the disagreement over releasing government funds for the shore up growth, even as Treasury Secretary Steven Manoukian says markets should be very comfortable. Actually make her advisers up after seeing little filing for emergency approval of its covered 19 vaccine, following a report that the you could pay $10 billion for virus shots. First in Slack, Apollo management chief economist tells Bloomberg Watch those unemployment numbers carefully Jobless claims yesterday. A as you also talked about, of course was going up. That means that more people are becoming unemployed. This is a yellow light for risky assets. I mean, there's something here that's going on on the economic data where the nightmare scenario from Argus would be. If the unemployment rate November will begin to go higher, which at the markets every 15 minutes, the S and P is down a quarter of a percent down eight. The Dow's down a half a percent at 142 and the NASDAQ Up 1/10 of a percent of 15. 10. Years down, 3 30 seconds, He'll 300.84% West Texas Intermediate Kurds. Little change Now at 41 75 a barrel comics gold's up 6/10 of represented 18 72 50 an ounce The dollar yen one of 3 82, the euro's Valerie 18 56 in the British found a dollar 32 88. Sources tell us Carnival is released, has received orders worth over $11 billion for its first unsecured bond offering since the pandemic. Band for the Bond offering from the cruise operator continues to grow even after U. S Treasury Secretary secretary Mnuchin call for several emergency lending programs to be terminated at the end of the year. That's a Bloomberg business Flash. Bloomberg markets is underway with Bonnie Quinn and Paul Sweet. Thank.

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"bloomberg markets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 9 months ago

"bloomberg markets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg markets with Quinn and Paul's reading. Will technology lead us out of this crisis. We don't know how many companies can accept people back on the roster Fed seems to have really flexed its muscles. There's still a Corona virus risk breaking market news inside from Bloomberg experts to wring out that by the dip mentality that takes time, But we're looking at more damaging break on the labor market. Does the shape of the yield curve matter? Get late? 2021? 2022 were really feels. He's Bloomberg markets, with Bonnie Quinn and Paul Sweetie on Bloomberg Radio coming up in just a couple of moments, we're going to have Maryland governor Larry Hogan. He speaks with Bloomberg's chief White House correspondent, Kevin Surly, Plus Arctic Gala, senior portfolio manager at Federated Hermes. We'll get his thoughts on the bond market, but first It's got a great Jared of Bloomberg News for a Bloomberg This is flash great. All stocks Europol on expectations that earnings will offer an optimistic look into the U. S economy amid a raging pandemic dollars, mostly lower. We take a look at the numbers as we have a tendency to do every 15 minutes, the S and P s up one and 1/4 percent of 40 Dow's up 1.5% of 386 and the NASDAQ's up 1.7% of 176 10 years, down 3 30 seconds. The yield is 300.65%. West Texas Intermediate crude oil is down 1/10 of a percent of 40 49 of barrel Comex gold, up half a percent of 18 11. 80 an ounce. The dollar yen, 107 2060 euros dollars 13 17 the British pounds of dollars. 26 19. Bill Ackman's Blank check company has increased the size of its AIPO, aiming to raise $4 billion for an unspecified acquisition. Pershing Square, Tom Team Holdings is now marketing 200 million units for $20 apiece. According to a regulatory filing today. That is a Bloomberg business Flash. Bloomberg markets continues now Bonnie Quinn and Paul Sweetie, We've governor.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 10 months ago

"bloomberg markets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg markets with Quinn and Paul's reading. Will technology lead us out of this crisis? We don't know how many companies can't accept people back on the roster Fed seems to have really flexed its muscles. There's still a Corona virus risk breaking market news and inside from Bloomberg experts to wring out that by the dip mentality that takes time, But we're looking at more damaging break in the labor market. Does the shape of the guilt Kurt matter late? 2021. 2022 were really feels this Bloomberg markets with funny Quinn and Paul's sweetie on Bloomberg Radio this hour Looking forward conversations with Jim Anderson, CEO of Social Flow, We're gonna ask him. How did teens on Tick talk? It managed to derail President Trump's rally Attendance the other night. First, Let's kick off this hour now with a number of business fashion, right? Smell game small losses. That's the story of the day. Bonnie, we check the markets every 15 minutes. The SNP down quarter percent, down eight downs, down 4/10 of a percent, down 100. The NASDAQ is currently little changed up to seven. 10 year is up for 30 seconds, 300.67%. West Texas Intermediate proves up 1/10 of a percent of 39 70 barrel comics. Gold is up 6/10 of a percent of 17 63 20 announced the dollar yen. 106 89 euros dollars. 12 49 in the British found a dollar 24 46. That's a Bloomberg business flash. Now we continue with Bloomberg Markets, Body Twin and all Sweeney. Jerry, thank you so much. We appreciate.

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01:51 min | 1 year ago

"bloomberg markets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is Bloomberg markets coming up we are awaiting comments from president trump will have that for you in moments Ross and take a look at the US economy contracted in the last quarter and what does that mean for Boris Johnson and the brexit negotiations but first let's go to Gregg Jarrett live argues for a Bloomberg business flashback would have stocks are down along with treasuries while the dollar continues to fluctuate Paul investors are again fretting over an escalation of trade tensions with China we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg radio S. and P. five hundred is down eight tenths of percent down twenty three the Dow takes away down down three quarters of a percent at a hundred ninety four and the nasdaq down over one percent down eighty four ten years of nine thirty seconds with the over one point six eight West Texas intermediate crude oil is up three percent at fifty four sixteen of beryl comics goes up three tenths of a percent at fifteen threes while the dollar continues to fluctuate Paul investors are again fretting over an escalation of trade tensions with China we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg radio S. and P. five hundred is down eight tenths of percent down twenty three the Dow takes away down down three quarters of a percent at a hundred ninety four and the nasdaq down over one percent down eighty four ten years at nine thirty seconds with the over one point six eight West Texas intermediate crude oil is up three percent at fifty four sixteen of feral comics goes up three tenths of a percent at fifteen fourteen ninety an ounce the dollar yen is at one OO five fifty seven the euro dollar twelve to the bridge have about twenty seven five a quick look at your the footsie is down four tenths of percent the action Germans down one point four percent became compares is down one point one percent that's a Bloomberg business slash I'm great these fees Bloomberg markets with Lisa all sweet on Bloomberg radio it is time are we check in.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"bloomberg markets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg markets coming up, we'll get more reaction to the jobs report from constants hunter chief economist at KPMG, plus a look at what big industrial companies are doing in light of threatened tariffs. How seriously are they taking them? And how much are they changing their businesses? But right now. Senator took Greg Jarrett. Freight Bloomberg business flash. Greg stocks are extending their gains as a sharp slowdown domestic job growth has raised hopes of an interest rate. Cut follow the decision to delay tariffs on Chinese goods. The Trump administration has also lifted the mood. Lombardo, DA global head of FX strategy tells Bloomberg. He has three things at the top of his mind as this week comes to an end thing. Number one is the trade disputes between the US and China. I think the trade disputes between US and Mexico, audion portent, but somewhat of secondary importance relative to the ones between the US and China. And obviously fourteen very, very closely. The market, we check the markets every fifteen minutes rep trading day on Bloomberg radio, the S and P five hundred is up one point one percent, up thirty one the Dow's up just over one percent. Two hundred sixty the NASDAQ up one point four percent of one hundred nine ten years up sixteen thirty seconds, the yield two point zero six percent. West Texas intermediate crude is up one point two percent of fifty three twenty two a barrel. While COMEX gold is up seven tenths percent. Thirteen fifty to sixty per ounce. The dollar yen one oh seven ninety four. For the euro dollar thirteen forty one, the British pound, the dollar twenty seven fifty six docu sign of San Francisco has tumbled after the software gave a second quarter billions forecast was below the midpoint investments, though. It also raises his full year revenue shares dropped as much. She's sixteen point six percent. That's the most on a record erasing much of the twenty nineteen rally right now. Dr such stockings got thirteen and a quarter percent. That's a Bloomberg business flash. I'm Greg Jarrett. You're listening to Bloomberg markets with Lisa Abramowicz pulse. We need on Bloomberg radio. Well, this morning, not four nonfarm payrolls came in at a gain of seventy five.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"bloomberg markets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg markets coming up, we're gonna take a look at the latest between the US and China when it comes to trade how much does this way on emerging markets and will China potentially sell its vast treasury holdings all that coming up right now. Let's head over to Greg Jarrett. Fray Bloomberg business flash. Greg vicious stocks are higher on the prospect of President Donald Trump will delay. Imposing tariffs on auto imports. Perjury dollar also paired games gains treasuries. Let's see James Bevan's UCLA investment management tells Bloomberg there are places where you can put your money in this somewhat interesting environment. The capacity of very high quality companies continued participate in longtime secular gripe say I would say that the Amazons the alphabets the Unilever's DIGI's the LVMH is the wild kind old prosperity. Indeed. From what perspective we can't markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day here on Bloomberg radio Esotique, five hundred up one half of one percent now of fifteen Dow's up four tenths percent of a hundred and the NASDAQ is up one percent seventy seven the ten years up six thirty seconds yield two point three eight percent. What's Texas intermediate crude oils up seven tenths of a percent of sixty two twenty two a barrel. Comex gold little changed at twelve ninety six twenty announced the dollar yen one oh nine fifty nine. Euro dollar twelve o one the British pound the dollar twenty eight sixty seven beyond meets post IPO rally. Accelerated today pushing shares to a record high that exceeds even the most bullish analysts target shares are up about ten percent at eighty eight dollars, plus per share. That's a Bloomberg business flash. I'm Greg Jarrett. This is Bloomberg markets with Lisa Johnson. Pulse. Weaning on Bloomberg radio. As US and China trade. Tensions continue to simmer. Markets.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"bloomberg markets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg markets with Lisa Abramowicz impulse winning on Bloomberg radio. Bloomberg news is reporting this morning that treats of may is inclined to put her Brexit field to a third vote in parliament on Tuesday. According to people familiar with the matter. Likewise, the E U's also saying that is now prepared to handle the impact of the UK leaving without an agreement a scenario it describes this quote, increasingly likely, so a lot of pieces are moving in the Brexit debate to get the latest. We welcome John authors, Janis is senior editor for Bloomberg markets. He joins us in our Bloomberg interactive brokers studio, John thanks so much for joining us a lot of moving pieces as I said, what is the latest coming out of parliament? Well, we've heard from Theresa May in the last few minutes. She hasn't said that she's not holding a third meaningful votes to use the phrase people east too. But she has said I'm sure correctly that she doesn't get have enough support to win one. Now, what is intriguing is? Obviously, we've also had only glorious backseat back scenes backstage political maneuvering going on all weekend. Plainly a lot of the most eurosceptic most prove Brexit MP's who've been talking to have suggested that they might be prepared to accept. Deal as it stands in exchange for a Cup of bottoms promise from her to quit. Which which is a difficult situation to be in. No, no, no worries at all. It doesn't even have like a chance of hard. Brexit o meter. That's sort of what we're all trying to get at. It's like are we incrementally closer further away from a hard Brexit that leads to catastrophe various people have attempts. That's hard Brexit, two meters. As some of which have good as high as fifty percents. I mean, you you can you can try to unfortunately, I didn't bother to check any of them before I came to the studio. So the the last I saw you had had them, spike. His highest fifty percents at one point most of most versions of wait till you get from the.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"bloomberg markets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg markets coming up. We're going to be talking about black stones relationship with Saudi Arabia. Plus, it is almost noon on Wall Street. So we're gonna be talking about whisky. But right now, let's head over to Greg Jarrett from Bloomberg business flash. Lisa after nationally opening higher, the SNP and Dow fell before pushing a little higher again led by gains in tech companies in China. The Shanghai composite surged more than four percent the biggest increase since March twenty sixteen in the wake of verbal interventions from the thirties at the end of last week and plans to cut personal income taxes energy stocks lead the way down in the SNP. They're the worst performer Burkhard VAR Holt direct Credit Suisse deputy CIO tells Bloomberg he is still optimistic about equities energy equities in particular. Speaking about geopolitics, that's one of the reasons, but not our main reason, he's been overweight and energy throughout the year. It's not been a main reason the main reason has been economic expecting flow economic growth to continue despite all the Nate says keep on predicting a recession because we don't see it. We check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day here on Bloomberg radio S and P five hundred is down a tenth of a percent down four thousand. Three tenths percent down eighty two. The NASDAQ up seven tenths of a percent of forty nine. The ten year is little changed with a yield of three point one nine percent. West Texas Intermediate's down two tenths of a percent of sixty nine zero one a barrel. Comex gold is down four tenths of a percent at twelve twenty three forty announced the dollar yen is at one twelve eighty one the euro dollar fourteen sixty seven the British pound a dollar twenty nine eighty footsie is little changed. Now that action Germany's down two-tenths percent. The CAC in Paris is down one half of one percent. That's a Bloomberg business flash. I'm Greg Jarrett. You're listening to Bloomberg markets within FOX and Lisa Abramowicz on Bloomberg radio. Broadcasting from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studios, I'm Pimm FOX along with my co host Lisa Abramowicz. The.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"bloomberg markets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg markets coming up if he thought that the Brexit negotiations couldn't get any Messier, you're wrong. They have gotten even at Messier in the pound is dropping in response to be peaking at that. That coming up right now, we want to talk about John Tucker's red button that he is going to press now to give us our Bloomberg business flash. You know, technically, I messed as green. Got it wrong record close yesterday. Lisa pm today. The major averages are mixed and Steve federated. Investors says you know, in this bull market, we have been climbing. A wall of worry. There's been a carousel of concerns. This rotating group of concerns there is able to capture the market's attention until fundamentals come up smack in the face and remind us that things are still quite good among the individual stocks. So the move till Ray plunging for a second day the Canadian we'd company they continue to take investors on one of the wildest rides the industries the industries history mung the most active Deutsche Bank right at the top. There. Those shares up about three tenths of a percent Germany's said to favorite Deutsche Bank merger with Commerce Bank, a big Rian brain of an index GI CS taking a fact with the creation of the communications services group industry categories can include three. Before fangs stocks and the investments retracting index is based on the classification or they're gonna have to reshuffle their money that along with the expiration the quadruple witching today. A lot of volatility and lots of volume markets today s and p five hundred right now three points higher. That's up a tenth of a percent. We're at twenty nine thirty three downs up thirty six points. That's up in Tampa twenty six thousand six hundred ninety two. The NASDAQ composite index is down down fifteen points down two tenths of a percent were eight thousand twelve we check the markets for you every fifteen minutes during the treaty day right here on Bloomberg radio. I'm John Tucker. Bloomberg markets continues. This is Bloomberg markets with Pimm FOX and Lisa Abramowicz on Bloomberg radio. We are broadcasting live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studios, and the topic is.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg markets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"App and bloombergradiocom this is bloomberg markets is indeed everybody bloomberg markets on this friday afternoon i'm carol massar in our bloomberg 1103 us to yet charlie pellett those tariffs that aluminum steel impacting your world much listen to if you listen to the wilbur wilbur secretary of the commerce secretary he told us that right here on bloomberg radio less than a fraction of assent on a can of beer after drink a lot of beer to make a difference seo we have got the dow the sp nasdaq all advancing a record of four the nasdaq composite index of today up a hundred and thirty two points into the close air seventy five sixty on nasdaq a gain narrow one point eight percent the dow higher by four hundred forty points law those gains in the final thirty minutes off one point eight percent s p up forty to gain narrow of one point seven percent today's rally came after that jobs report the economic numbers coming in better than expected reaction to the jobs data from charlie ovens president and ceo of the federal reserve bank of chicago who sat down this morning with our kathleen hayes i thought it was a really good report obviously three hundred thirteen thousand jobs created on the payroll basis we've had very strong payroll growth for many many months now um state of the labour market is vibrant clearly the unemployment rate of four point one percent continues to be good boy blank find says that report of his axe it may be premature the goldman sachs ceo pushing back against sent wall street journal report that said he plans to step down as soon as the end of the year on twitter he's that quote i feel like huq thin listening to his own eulogy s p up forty seven up one point seven percent tenure down ten thirty seconds with a yield of two point nine oprah sank gold up one tenth of one percent twelve a thirteen 23 the ons west texas intermediate up a three point three percent sixty two eleven for a barrel of wti i'm charlie pellett and that is bloomberg business flash charlie pellett thank you so much you are listening to bloomberg markets right here on bloomberg radio.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg markets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"App and bloombergradiocom this is bloomberg markets because johnson yes we're going to talk about an interesting story this caught my attention earlier today guntoting index funds holding on to those momandpop investors despite were hearing a lot of pushback rate among companies and institutional investors the coin dealer gunzelman investors mom and pop in all righty throats are taken signals snap out of it stay with me no let's go joe though it we are looking at a down day here twenty nine minutes to go before the closing bell the dow the sp nasdaq tripledigit loss found three hundred ninety three points right now on the dow jones industrial average down one point six percent but that does represent a recovery because of one point the dow had been down five hundred eighty six was down as much as two point three percent right now the dow down one point six percent sp 500 index now lower by thirty four down one point three percent nasdaq down eighty six dropped their of one point two percent tenure up fifteen thirty seconds with a yield of two point eight one percent gold up point one percent right now thirteen nineteen the ounce west texas intermediate crude down five tenths of one percent sixty one thirty six per barrel of wti a person familiar with the deliberations says richard clarida of pim coe is the front runner for the nomination to be of the federal reserve vice chair and colony north star shares plunging after cutting its annual dividend targets of forty four cents a share for 2018 down from 105 last year recapping equities lower across the board here steep losses with the s p down thirty seven down one point four percent i'm charlie pellett than that is a bloomberg business flash all right charlie thank you so much you're listening to building mark kits cal massar cory johnson we are bloomberg radio vorgan within overhaul ridiculous god bless madonna louise this day approvals there was a onehit wonder i know then without have at hand corrie's gotta on his play less of you had a friend who works at facebook and he says the dino conference rooms after like 80s pop songs and other mural at millennials he works with no the songs but he walks in the hallways in that they could stuck in his ears and he can't stand they did have them playing in the conference rooms.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg markets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Stocks little changed treasuries rose amid trading thin bile holidayshortened week right now we've got the tenure up seventeen thirtyseconds the yield their two point four one percent sp 500 index down of point twenty six seventy nine drop of less than onetenth of 1 percent the dow up ten points a gain of about one tenth of one percent nasdaq down two points a drop of less than onetenth of 1 percent gold higher by four tenths of one percent at twelve eighty eight the ounce west texas intermediate crude down seven tenths of one percent fifty nine fifty six a barrel rent by comparison arson sixty six thirty three lower by one percent the conference board says american consumer confidence declined in december from a seventeen year high as americans became less upbeat about the outlook for the economy and job prospects lynn franco is the boards director of economic indicators use interview the sporting on bloomberg markets valiquette we take him after a very strong rating correct posting especially at this point in where we are sort of in in the business cycle um so why we've seen sort of a little bit of an easing in but uh consumers expects down the road uh there by no means raising sort of a red flag that the uh you know the economy is on the uh sort of a brink of a recession or anything is drastic so again recapping equities little changed slower on the s p down by half a point i'm charlie pellett that's the bloomberg business flash this is bloomberg markets for bloomberg radio.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg markets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"App and bloombergradiocom this is bloomberg markets hillock inherit adel occurred yardley nearly cries of sex seventy dinner last night to extra and sell their at the nba chat all night lovely individual tech that sport and didn't talk about me at all coryo curry who sorry clay i could see the world for longer offended by islamic bomb sometimes oh man let's get a charlie pellett check out their top business news she's not heard corey right oh yes we do we have court here without a doubt here's what's going on in markets it was a down day for the dow the s p and nasdaq s p down ten of dropped zero four tenths of one percent stocks fell with an afternoon swoon wiping out early gains for a second straight day as investors assessed the impact of proposed tax cuts andrew left is the founder of citron research he says the rotation out of technology is just starting historically speaking i would say we're really only probably in like the second inning uh one of the biggest mistakes i've made is a traitor over 25 years is when you see rotations happened to think after two or three days there over understanding that the trillions of dollars it actually has to move around so i think if in fact this is a real rotation which i believe it is then we're in the early stages of it it'll be nasdaq one hundred index released all almost all of its rally that had sent the duct by as much as one point two percent as traders we pollutants developments in efforts to overhaul taxes 10year treasury yields slipped two point three five percent copper's biggest plunge it almost three years hit mining shares in may chile's peso among the worst performing currencies in emerging markets again the sp down ten at dropped zero four tenths of one percent gold down ten fourteen the ounce the twelve 65 down eight tenths of one percent west texas intermediate crude 5747 a barrel now unchanged i'm charlie pellett that's a bloomberg business flash thank you very much so you're listening to bloomberg markets on bloomberg radio.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg markets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"App and bloombergradiocom this is bloomberg markets you're listening to bloomberg markets on this thursday afternoon i'm carol massar in our bloomberg 1130 studios cabinet though it is day to twice a decade meeting of china's communist party and it was dominated by news about the economy said we until they didn't advance on the implications for china and for the broader economy and market first up though back to us markets and a look at trading as pleasant emerson mostert here's tom a uturn on wall street today carol massar we have the dow down as many as a hundred and five points ended the session at a record up five to twenty three thousand one hundred sixty three as some up a point at 25 sixty two nasdaq had of down day nasdaq down nineteen of dropped their of three tenths of one percent treasuries rose the dollar extended losses after a report from political but president trump is leaning toward jerome powell as the next fed chairman keep in mind that he did meet today with fed chair janet yellen so the sp 500 index wiping out a slide of five tenths of one percent to close higher for a fifth straight day nasdaq down the most in three weeks apple pacing declines after reports that the iphone maker was dialing back orders apple today down two point four percent tenure up nine thirty seconds with a yield of two point three one percent gold up eight eighty the ons to twelve eighty nine up seventenths of 1 percent west texas intermediate crude down one point two percent of fifty one dollars forty cents a barrel brent is at fifty seven twenty seven lower by one and a half percent so again recapping stocks mixed but the dow the sp both of records s p up a point to 25 sixty two i'm charlie pellett that's a bloomberg business flash interesting dave trading charlie pellett breaking it down for you right here on bloomberg radio.

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