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"bloomberg pride" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The Buck Sexton show thank you so much for joining me mile mile we have much to get to listeners Warren decides that she's going to call it quits on trying to be president a lot of explanations about that that we will get to coming from the left also Chuck Schumer threatened to members the Supreme Court then he walked it back kind of I mention this last on the show but to get to it now we're gonna get to it today and also an arrest in Brooklyn goes viral this video has the cops under under pressure of the NYPD getting a lot of a lot of heat over this one and also do you happen to have a backup hand sanitizer in your liquor cabinet I have I have knowledge to impart on this one so many things many things my friends first let let's get to war in this was the big political news the day was obviously quite a win for Joe Biden on super Tuesday everybody was saying wow Joe Biden I guess we are going to go with the I have a decrepit career politician who sounds more and more like he doesn't really know where he is but a lizard form was was hanging in there she stated she didn't drop out like mayor Pete to judge and Amy Klobuchar for Mike Bloomberg he's still in the mix by the way not as a presidential candidate but we'll get to that he still out there making noises about how he's dedicated to defeating Donald Trump he made the mistake of trying to cross trump in the meme wars you cannot out troll you cannot out mean the trump he had some Darth Vader video that he tweeted Mike Bloomberg tweeted a video of Darth Vader fighting obi wan Kenobi and then trump responded with the video from the movie Spaceballs where I believe it is Rick Moranis as Darth Vader who is too short to swing his light saber close enough to Amazon solo or wherever it is but and and that they switched out the faces so tiny tiny tiny Darth Vader is in fact over it if you haven't seen it I'll tell you it's worth it it's worth it to be on Twitter just to see some of the things that the president is sharing out there so Bloomberg in the mix still as a funder of anti trump movement but Warren had something she wanted to say today she had a little bit of a press conference she talked about why is it that foreman who was perhaps best known for decades as a fake sure K. who submitted a recipe to your recipe book called pow wow Chow and who in fact plagiarized the recipe for pow wow Cheryl Julia child's cookbook yeah I can think of a lot of reasons why Elizabeth Warren is not going to be not only president but not even a Democrat nominee one of my favorites is that what was it now about eighteen months ago she decided that she would release the results of a DNA test that proved beyond a reasonable doubt she was one one thousand and twenty fourth native American which has many people quickly pointed out of they didn't get this at CNN one CNN initially reported on I was watching it as it happened I was working at the hill dot com at the time down in Washington DC if we have the C. N. N. monitors on there all breaking news Elizabeth Warren has proven her Cherokee heritage one one thousand and twenty fourth the math doesn't lie and then everybody said hold on a second that's less than the average American it's actually a lower percentage than if you just did a DNA ancestry dot com Ortiz DNA test for anybody in your office right now in the United States so that was not a strong showing for Elizabeth war nor was it for the media that I was always our biggest constituency I mean our biggest champions she came in third place in Massachusetts her home state she lost to Bernie that's right and by the so what is you got it what is her explanation of this point for why she was not able to do better given all the national attention all the national press why has she ended her political campaign and do we have answers for her of course yeah there was sexism in this race everyone says and you say no there was no sexism out of this woman I promise you that much more to say on the subject could you give us some examples of what the sexism would be are we just do is soon that anytime a a female candidate for president loses that there has to be sexism as a primary reason I'm not saying there's no of course there are always people I'm sure there are folks who you know don't want a woman to be president one vote for one but as a primary reason at all the polling shows that a vast majority of people in both parties are totally fine with a with a female president the first female president I'd be very pleased in fact so the numbers don't bear this out but also to say that this is at a point she's offering this is the primary reason this isn't just something in the back of her mind and it does seem like like whining it does seem like being a bit of a sore loser doesn't it she she expanded on this on her theories as to why things didn't go the way she wanted them to it would be to the women and girls who feel like we're left with two white men to decide between I know one of the hardest parts of this is all those people and all those little girls going to have to wait four more years that's going to be hard I don't think people really that broken up about this maybe she just wasn't a very strong candidate Hillary Clinton also not a very strong candidate I would also note that there is this this feeling out there that there's no female candidates still in the race for the Democrats just because that's the perception from the journos and and from the Democrat establishment but I know at least one person who would have something to say about that you know everywhere we go we're continuing to draw out large numbers of people who are really hungry for the truth for strong leadership and and candidate that's that's raising the issue that I am about the need for a commander in chief who will have the courage to bring about a sea change in our foreign policy and these wasteful regime change wars new Cold War nuclear arms race all of which are not making us any safer and actually get our priorities straight to redirect our taxpayer dollars towards serving the needs of people in our communities right here at home that's exactly what I'm doing now I have to ask because you have all these these journos which is my word for journalists I I do have a healthy contempt for most liberal journalist I just do as you probably know that about me having spent a lot of time working with and around them I'm I'm gender exceptions are some great ones but I'm generally not a fan why is sexism the primary narrative today of why a lose by Elizabeth Warren who was a fake a fake Cherokee native American for decades of her professional life clearly used this leverage this backstory hi my mommy and my Daddy told me no because I had high cheek bones of this was this was her story why she was a native American that's what she said I just always thought the family Lauren we're all supposed to buy yeah that's right had nothing to do with the fact that you wanted to become a professor at elite law schools I think she's making about for two fifty three hundred K. what was I should say making data at the faculty at the Harvard University to teach one law class a week that's a great cake you also get to be on boards of companies and people want you to consultant you know Harvard still is this very elite brand and she used to diversity your own she she appropriated you could say to borrow a term favored by the left she appropriated diversity to her own ends and then pretended like it was Josh to put mistake whoops no I think it was more than that and I think that she's been somebody who's been telling stories and committing all kinds of of perception frauds for a very long time here so she didn't endorse any but I'm sorry but but on the sexism point I'll get the endorsements and bite in I'm sorry and Bloomberg gotta keep these be straight Bernie Bloomberg pride in she everyone says that she's not gonna see everybody there's a story out there at the different journalists and of course the feminist laughed I love it when they're not protesting while Chuck Schumer's threatening Supreme Court justices outside of the Supreme Court over an abortion case we'll get to that shortly they are claiming to lose more Elizabeth Warren did not get very far at all really I mean yeah she stuck around longer than a lot of other candidates but she really just did so based on not winning anything but her belief that eventually she would somehow still win but if it's sexism that she didn't win widest Tulsi Gabbard who is also a female and is conservatively a younger candidate than Elizabeth Warren why doesn't Tulsi Gabbard get that treatment for the media why are we ever being told that she's somebody that deserves the support you know all all women should rally all Democrat liberal women should rally behind Tulsi Gabbard because the establishment feels like she's not really one of them and so they deployed the feminism sexism card on Warren's behalf but they won't do it and they clearly would never do this on behalf of a female Republican candidate we all know that I mean let's say Carly Fiorina for example had had just run the table and become the Republican nominee in twenty sixteen instead of trump unlikely as that may have been I'm just saying for the purposes of discussion it would have been quite a feat to watch the Democrat media pretend that somehow she's not really a woman anymore he's running as a Republican she's just a Republican it doesn't count they do this they do this with women they do this with minorities if you don't adhere to the Democrat establishment identity politics mandates you lose that identity even though you would think that that's and that's that's something that could not be just changed or shifted they'll do that they do it without a second thought Warren was a weak candidate I mean if you're gonna vote for a socialist at least vote for Bernie you know vote for the real thing weren't as kind of a water down warmed over version of Bernie that's right the real deal to send this he was the he was the guy that if you want to go that route you go with but to people that look like Sanders policy goals but prefers somebody with the more elite academic pedigree so you get this from the academy various institutions of higher learning obviously news rooms across the country and a lot of powerful Democrat politicians they like the idea of our first woman president who also happens to have been a professor at both the university of Pennsylvania and Harvard to Ivy League schools very impressive what happened what happened with Bloomberg where did he go he still thinks that he's gonna be able to help in the battle against Donald trump's reelection he's out there now and and he's going to put them the apparatus that he bought to assist Joe Biden that's what's gonna happen now and I've been wondering for a while if we're now going to run this experiment where you have a a very unimpressive D. and C. backed candidate here with Joe bide your establishment backed Democrat career politician very impressive guy who will then have added to that the only really really the on rivaled spending power of Mike Bloomberg who's gonna do everything he can and it's quite clear at this point to me that it's personal you know there this is a battle of egos between trump and Bloomberg and.
"bloomberg pride" Discussed on It's All Political
"Still inclined to think. He doesn't mean huge variables. Two Thousand Variables Democrats GONNA join a nominee who who would be his toughest opponent and who would be his easiest. The point I think his toughest opponent would be Mike Bloomberg. And why is that well because I think Bloomberg can attract centrist voters? I think the Republican coalition that Mike was talking about the voted for Democrat House. Members in the suburbs would probably mostly get comfortable with Bloomberg pride. You shouldn't talk about banning. Sodas I think Biden could have fit that bill. But as we sit here on the eve of New Hampshire yes this is GonNa be posted after that you know. It doesn't look like Joe's finishing strong. I think we're starting to look at certain a certain way I look. I think the most vulnerable the Dems are obviously with with Sanders I think they would have been less so with with Warren. Who Doesn't appear? She's going to win that let lane but I think sanders is a dangerous candidate for them if not you know in some ways their own donald trump. He doesn't he doesn't like obviously lie. But there's so much you know horse believe involved with what he's peddling And a lot of weird conspiracy stuff and I in some ways it sanders and trump. I kind of feel like we're we're at halftime on this. Just strange amazing journey through American politics that were in the midst of wow. I hope it's not just the first quarter because I mean I think it's the fourth quarter. Yeah I think I agree. One hundred percent with rob just said. I think that a is too early to know what the dynamics are going to be. But I I do believe and I've been saying this for some time. I think that Bernie Sanders threat in many ways is as dangerous as the trump threat to democracy in the way that we have known it in will because it's a sign of of of rising populism which is not specific to the Republican Party. Donald trump is just kind of spectacular vulgar exhausting figure on the right and we just think it's a Republican problem. It's really not. It's it's a broader social phenomenon and Bernie Sanders is tapping into that same is not just anti establishment. He's running against his own party. And talking about you know. Tearing the institutions down in order to meet the goals of this revolution and what happens in that environment is those subscribers those adherence to this philosophy by more to the personality than the actual ideology so partisanship and parties which have been great roadmaps for voters for centuries at least a couple of centuries here to to give people an understanding of what their philosophy of governance is is thrown out the window and ideology becomes malleable. So trump can get up and say well now. Republicans like the Russians. Now we're four Tara. Our pose a free trade a candidate based on their image their personality their you're choosing a tribal chieftain to look out for your own tribe and that's the danger and Bernie Sanders. As has characteristic of the same attributes jamming of sanders is elected president. You'll be sitting here. In three years. To Democrat Consultants Truman project trying to purify the Democrat Party. I mean the script could completely if seniors should one of the great debates in the Democratic Party right now is should the party spent more time trying to bring back the Obama trump voter or should they spend that say you know. Forget those guys and let's spend more time trying to expand the party base. The Obama coalition women young people people of Color Etcetera Etcetera and. I know there's no better people to ask them to Republican consultants about this. But do you think those people are the those voters are lost or are they were trying to bring back? Now you can see you can bring them back. They're also going to be diminishing part of the electric which goes to the Democrats pointed for Democratic demographic reasons demographic residents just that the electorate is very different. Well it's different analyzed states. That are GONNA go blue. We've seen youth. We've seen young minority voters registered here and vote in the last election Californian by hundreds of thousands of new voters but look the winning call if I'm the Democrats the winning coalition inside the House and the squad might be who you see on cable. Tv every night but for the squad. There's actually about twice as many incredibly impressive. Moderate Democrats many of them women who won in these suburban districts that absolutely could. I think you know if that was the party. The message in the face of the party they would have the danger of building a large Clinton type type majority. I mean this is what he has become a Clinton. I mean this is this is what the fighting Cajun Carvel's been talking about Michael Benefit rotter the whole deal see model and interesting. You look a year ago. The Democrats won two governorships in the deep South one was reelected Louisiana. And the other was wasn't was in Kentucky and they're you know they're all blue dogs right there pro-life they're okay with their guns. They're really pretty moderate. And if the Democrats could ever figure that out again especially in the south which Shirley went red but it's going to continue to diversify mostly because a lot of Californians are moving there. They've got real opportunity To really become a majority party for the next decade this republic this is there anything the Republicans are just giving away. There's no there's no majority for the next decade and becoming a white Party in America Gripe right and let's talk about speaking out. Let's talk about your home party here. The California Republican Party Which should they be doing in this? In this state. Where two thirds of the we we should start restart the clock on his podcast. Right now with two thirds of the voters. Here don't like the president or D disagreeable two-thirds they're gonNA vote against. What should they be doing now? 'cause I had the Jessica. Patterson on G STANDS BY THE PRESIDENT. But at the same time you know. She's trying to interweave from a little bit more about that. What should they be doing to? What's the path back to relevancy? I look and I I I. I will the full disclaimer on this. Is I think the solution to this is very easy from an intellectual standpoint. It's extraordinarily complicated from a practical political standpoint. I think that we have to do what successful. Republican governors in Maryland and Vermont and Massachusetts have done very deep blue states. What they have done is they have vocally and publicly distanced themselves from Donald Trump and trumpism and they've demonstrated that conservative governance works and trumpism is abhorrent and. This is some of the most popular governors and of the three. I think are the most popular governors in America. Are Republican governors in blue states? So it can be done now. California's different unique much. More diverse electorate which makes it even more challenging. But the road map is there. It's not complicated to figure out now. The Republican Party as it shrinking it. You know it's on a downward trajectory and has been for twenty years is increasingly represented in areas. Have a couple of key characteristics overwhelmingly white? The Republican Party is eighty percent white my registration in a state. That is thirty. Six percent white they have much lower medium incomes than the average Californian. They're in districts where trump one and only sixteen percent of the congressional districts where Republicans represent the house. Only sixteen percent of the population have college degrees. So these communities don't look like the rest of California by educational racial or income or ethnic standards so but but we are only talking to those constituencies so we will say as a party and we have since I was a Political Director. Twenty five some odd years ago that we want to reach out to these communities and different issue set in. Let's show up and you demonstrate that we care too you know show up and wherever the truth of the matter is the party has not done that in twenty five years in any meaningful way. It has no plans. No designs to it is doubling down on its shrinking constituency. Because as it shrinks it becomes more monolithic. You lose those moderate voices you lose the ability for people to think outside of that bubble and so it becomes an even smaller more intense echo chamber and so no. The party is not going to come back in California. Anytime soon. And we'LL COSIGN ROB Watson. There's a there are a couple people who could come out of this. Whatever happens in the next few years Kevin Faulkner Faulkner fans? He was on the PODCASTS. These seems like someone who could get that Middle Road. He's the or could he could. He win statewide. Look if you go by the numbers. Republicans are the third category of registration. And about twenty three thousand. Actually it actually grew for the first time. Yes but at some of the some because everyone's gone to their tribes right. This thing is getting really try the whole here. They're choosing the gangs before this all goes down November so in reality the party still declining so by the numbers. It's it's it's really kind of cult. Imagine a Republican winning absent extenuating circumstances. And you know been through a few things in California politics in a recall election. You're at the head of the tip of the spirit of the Governor Schwarzenegger ending. Extenuating circumstances are possible when there's a downturn in the economy that the effect on the budget here we know is devastating to incumbent governors This homelessness issue people are going to get to the point where they're going to hold people to account who again. They may do so with a lot of political violence so in at Fault obviously has identified homelessness issue ballot measure on. I think any what we've learned especially the trump is the never say never But I do think it's difficult and with the prospect of a rising centrist or centre right independent to me might be seem more plausible. Mamie than a Republican. If the only person out there I can identify I think that maybe this could come around for with an opportunity would would be faulkner. I one hundred percent agree. I'll tell you why. Think Everything Rob said plus one other area. The homelessness issue exemplifies. Not just an emerging issue which I think is is a an issue that both parties really have a difficult time getting their arms around what it means. What's causing it? And what are the solutions to it? But Kevin faulkners Republican who has worked on urban policy problems in a major city. That's an extremely rare commodity. I think there's one member of the assembly and the Senate that has actually served on the city council and one of our ten biggest cities in California. So they're not very very. Few Republicans have actually gone their hands dirty in the governance of actually making government work. A lot of them just can't take the sidelines and it's easier to just kind of be sort of the party of no. He's had to get in there. That's incendiary quite quite successful. He's got a record and so for Republicans talk about successful governance. I think in its own way very unique so really tall a obstacles before him. But I think Kevin Falcon. I'm a big fan of. I liked the way he approaches governance. He's not he doesn't hate government he understands that there's a role that he's gotTa make it work and he does it from a conservative perspective. Speak Spanish and that's kind of an his tackled successfully. Some very significant problems for we wrap up Mike. Tell us a little bit about Lincoln's plans. As specifically in Californian sort of broadly general. Give us a quick five thousand foot overview here the first primary objective is donald trump is not reelected the second in. It's a pretty close second is money you have to do. Well WE'VE GOT A. There's there's there's a number ways to look at this. The first is it will be multi. Seven figure very significant resources. I mean we know. We're out of taking this. These are people at the very top of their game in the consulting profession. There's a lot of republican money..
"bloomberg pride" Discussed on 710 WOR
"I'll drop she uses a focal points out how long how how long you serve twenty one years when did you retire L. right but six months before nine eleven oh boy do we you did you did you you must have felt though when Rudy guiliani was mad that he had the backs of policemen did he not I'll for the most part yes except but when it came to contract negotiations yeah well it's got a it's it yeah we were we were at one percent a year at that point how are you ever in serious harms way during those twenty one years I had a few things going on yeah I will I I was yeah at the other end of a what it what medically they will call a projectile boy all right so yeah I don't know why I did see yeah I've I've been through a few situations all right world yeah I appreciate you are sending it out there to work people to let them know that you can't keep doing this to the people that are protecting you right now we got around thanks for the call listening all right when we get back we're gonna be joined by ABC news political analyst Alex Castellanos with his preview of the New Hampshire primary now let's get the news at seven o'clock the only live and local talk show for the ride box sixty weeknights six till seven on the voice of New York at seven ten W. and the station forty five and rating at seven o'clock good morning no one Lleyton mayor to Blasi of striking back at the sergeants benevolent association he says there should be consequences after the union declared war on him absolute appropriate I was disgusted by it the union blames the blouse you offer to police officers are being shot up in the Bronx PBA president Pat Lynch not backing down start packing our police officers our elected officials that stand and not with this it's time you open your mouth and say this much stock more coming up in the big three with Landon Michael voters headed to the polls in New Hampshire where results are already coming in from today's primaries a white polls will begin to close at seven PM until then any clover shar is your leader in new Hampshire's democratic primary she picked up six votes in Hart's location another two in nearby bills field but the biggest surprise of the night was in Dixville notch four out of five voters three road in that mayor Michael Bloomberg pride milky ABC news Dixville notch New Hampshire more coming up in the big three with Lennon Michael a defense witness raising questions about the allegations of Harvey Weinstein accuser Claudia Salinas contradicted the testimony of Lauren young at the Harvey Weinstein trial testifying for the defense she never let young into a hotel bathroom and shut the door leaving her alone with winds dean young testified she believes Salinas help to set up the rendezvous on cross examination Salinas said she was never afraid of winds dean but he could be a bully Alice stacked in rows any W. O. R. news and problems on the Lower East Side this morning several restricts remain closed after a water main break water flowed like a river on a number of roads like south tarian Water Street under the FDR drive in this after a main broke around six o'clock on South Street during yesterday's evening rush took hours for crews to shut off the water to least two dozen vehicle suffered water damage sub to my knees.
"bloomberg pride" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"They simply said that the fire with today is as temperatures soared so about forty two degrees Celsius a strong winds sweep through with the danger of lightning strikes that it's simply going to be too dangerous and authorities are also concerned that fires could close a major highway there global news twenty four hours a day on there and I'm quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in New York I'm Denise Pellegrini this is Bloomberg pride your pastel it's a good morning brought silvers managing director it's a good morning to Brock silvers managing director for a Thomas asset management joining us here live in our Hong Kong studios so Brock thank you very much for taking out the time to be with us let's talk a little bit about this adjustment on rates in China using the loan prime rate which is about twenty basis points lower than the benchmark rate if you think about that not only in terms of new loans but in refinancing a lot of old loans that could be quite a lot of stimulus so but on the other hand this might be bad for the bank's right you know it it will be a bit of stimulus and I think that's that's a positive move but the really interesting thing to me is how the P. B. O. C. is bending over backwards to sort of raise rates without raising rates because they're really in a bind where if what they want to do is simply carries all the risks that they're not willing to bear this is cutting cutting rates ten that that's what I mean excuse me for cutting rates what they read they really want to do it you know what they really want to do Kerry's other risks and they just can't sort of make up their mind so they're trying to cut rates without cutting rates event at all the sale of they also trying to do is continue to stimulate the economy and that has been coming through in a number of different matches what do you kind of see as the process for twenty twenty amidst of course the uncertainty between the US and China and their trade disputes well the slowdown doesn't seem to be near over and fact if anything I I'd say it seems to be picking up steam so China I'd say is becoming more and more more and more desperate to find some measures that will work you know Beijing has yet to enunciate a real clear plan that strikes confidence in the markets for how to deal with the slowdown so I think things are getting a bit worse and Beijing will be driven to take a stronger and stronger measures to try to get a handle on things you tend to take kind of negative edge to look at yeah right now I mean let's it's fair to say we've we've chatted with you so much over the years a sauna flip it around rather than try to defend you know some of the policies that their take king and and some of the metrics that we see is what do you think they actually should be doing well look I think what they've they've sort of boxed themselves into a corner and then what the reforms that they need are economically reasonable but politically still a step too far and that's the fundamental conundrum here so until they're willing to undertake some of the reforms that so far aren't being considered I I think they're gonna have continuing economic issues so you know really liberalizing the trade in the R. and B. Reno removing capital controls etcetera these things would be great and would be just rocket fuel for China but politically they're just not feasible right now okay will continue with you in a moment Brock of rock silvers is the managing director at a dominus asset management I mention which seems like turn the markets to us some positive outcomes here at least in the early going banking index is trading up about two tenths of a percent similar gains.
"bloomberg pride" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Press the United States I just because they don't like something they're not calling it necessarily impeachable offense so I I I did I agree with you that this is about how much damage you can inflict on the present before the election because your candidates are so bad and by the way even one of those bad candidates I want to defend today Michael Bloomberg because just as a reminder don't have a lot of time to spend on anti semitic Ilan Omar but she treated other anti semitic attack this time on what looks like to be the latest Democrat to enter the field Michael Bloomberg when she retweeted sub I should put out a tweet saying well no surprise this guy who is Jewish tweeted endorsed Michael Bloomberg it was originally was this is someone who's been accused of of you know anti semitism is suppose we've got you know a lot of people trying to help her through that's it you know again this what keeps their anti semitism alive even in attacks on fellow Democrats but I'm not one of them but not in that that party if you will and again don't we don't tell you to vote for but but the way that they're moving it's just a dangerous place to be this everybody's getting a their tax because you're Jewish heritage and Michael Bloomberg prides itself under that attack they want to be thinking about getting in the political race by the way a political race which makes sense for me to even think about getting incense Democrats obviously don't want to focusing on those candidates they would be doing this whole body impeachment they know is going nowhere yet another segment coming up it's really focused on phone calls will run through quickly the rest of the witnesses Republicans would like to testify I think they're probably likely tough one is good a likely one is not in traffic we've got the answer this report is sponsored by the a stall in Fremont southbound eight eighty after Thorton Avenue in the second lane from the left back at two two cocoa Avenue marine has a stall as well use twice daily after Francisco Boulevard in the left lane back to Sir Francis Drake Menlo Park still seeing this blockage two eighty north bound at alpine road only the left lanes open with us earlier overturned flash back to el Monte itself one wants to be closed until nine PM the full freeway closure from San Martine Abby delta mastered from the earlier overturned tanker truck back to to Concord road that's traffic that's.
"bloomberg pride" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"So the things you needed one perhaps futures without two tenths of percent but we all we could for a third day in terms all of the industry groups you see call may because tech insurance underperform media and utilities and real estate out perform so some of those defensive sectors out performing a little bit the SP five hundred also eating around the three thousand mark yesterday we did close below it futures on the back foot S. and P. futures down a tenth of a cent Dow futures level by tenth of a cent not stock futures lower by two tenths of a percent as well in the bull market not showing a huge amount of optimism although the ten year yield slid yet studying now what kind of marking time on the ten year treasury yield one seventy six handle and he was actually taking up in Europe the ten year bund yield up a basis point negative thirty nine ten you deal healed also bounces back up three basis points went back above seventy basis points on that Russia okay let's have a look at what stocks are off to watch this morning Bloomberg Jerry Stiller's joined us in our London studio city official Renner they've cut the full the full cost and that then we can in Columbus yes good morning Sir we start with renown as neighbor mentioned that the auto sector is one of the weakest performance today we had an update from brand I lost nights off to the clothes and as you mentioned today downgraded I focus on the economy now this this morning saying that their innings estimates for the it could be cut by as much as twenty six percent so it's a bit of a shocker in terms of this update the dividend for rent I seem to be at risk this is also partly because my son recently also cut the dividend and of course when I I'm drowned forty percent of my sensei had this hits from their income from one of the holdings in another company now there are intending to declining and their earnings estimates coming down analysts worried about a dividend that one is not open yet but I'm saying some of the pages Volkswagen down around turn off sent Volvo down four percent despite quite strong earnings and some of the supplies the intercontinental the time I can lead on tape since the whole or two sectors being hit from a run a profit warning about dinner and they they float there for cost own weakness in the U. yogurt and bottled water that's right says Gordon interesting one in terms of what I saw I thing has as you mentioned a blow that Christ focused about two point five percent to three percent Alex for expecting about three point eight cents to is a bit of a downgrade as you mentioned the yoga business so interestingly this saying that Russian company customers in particular switching to cheaper brands of yoga is we don't really know why that's what they're saying and another thing is both with washers week those a cold oldest which they sang reduced amount for both of water United is also I went to custom re this year and I found both rules that I think that's the reason but you know it's it's in line with what they're saying but we take on board that you entered last a very this year they have a you sit down with some of the kids right LSE on the stock exchange they have an interesting time obviously with this failed bid from from Hong Kong to try and take my but the third quarter total income three point nine percent above estimates but the see if I was on his way out that's right this info is retired that was quite say unexpected news that from my let's say this bear mind as you mentioned you had this Hong Kong takeover attempt recently this is the first update since I've mentioned that since they rejected that bit from Hong Kong and I really come out fighting in terms that language stays the same the business is strong across over there is this still committed to the huge offensive Dale and I've actually appointed a new integration chief which they haven't had before so he's going to come in and he's going to be in charge of integrating when you were finished two units with the rest of that I same folks on that date to business so you mentioned and I see shows up front one percent I would note that a lot of the U. K. financials heavily exposed to the UK economy down to see what you see why P. G. and low it's which make a hundred percent of their revenue in U. K. that down around three ten percent this morning never mention the made in the council looks like breaks the stocks under pressure again that's probably what we're talking about OJ thanks very much Joe Houston that here in the studio with us and Roger just wanna give a little bit more detail on a couple more stock some days you need to do more than three critically one earning season is kicking off a Joe did mention Volvo the fact it was down along with the news on a run a bit more detail on that is that full they said it was preparing for more output cuts off to full costing a slump in truck deliveries next year in North America and Europe on we could amount to a down more than three percent on that stock ready control also different part of the consumer sector of course to done known but we got to check this to second cultural ganic sales were down four percent that was worse than the estimate and what you're saying and what you're hearing from analyst city saying second quarter sales clearly weak on Asia watch pias and the reaction in Rhenish as certainly show some concern among investors were down two and a half percent okay let's have a quick look at our top stories and as you mentioned Boris Johnson Gotti's brexit deal in Brussels but now the focus turns to Westminster the prime minister is facing an uphill struggle to get parliament to back his agreement but he thinks it's possible I'm very confident that when my colleagues in parliament study this agreement that they will want to vote for it on on Saturday then in a in succeeding days but soon opened publish this morning by the Belfast telegraph the D. U. P. leader only in foster has confirmed the whole party will oppose the deal drums can take place tomorrow on a red cent of the session of the house of Commons meanwhile in the last hour bank of England deputy governor Dave Ramsden said a smooth breaks it puts rate hikes back on the table speaking of bringing back into the Thursday the B. we first remarks off the details of the prime minister's agreement were announced Ramsden said the central bank's guidance that a smooth exit from the E. U. which mean limited and gradual increases are empty needed remains valid on China's growth slowed more than expected in the third quarter Bloomberg's pride Curtis has more from Hong Kong GDP rose six percent from a year ago the slowest pace since the early nineteen nineties slightly weaker than the consensus six point one percent factory output surprised to the upside rising five point eight percent in September it was higher than the four point nine percent projected in retail sales in line at seven point eight percent the slowdown is further evidence the Chinese government is leading the economy drift lower well it cleans up the financial system and pointedly domestic consumption increased to sixty percent of the economy with net exports and investment about twenty percent each as China slows its buying less from the rest of the world in on Kong Brian Curtis Bloomberg daybreak Europe Saudi Aramco is delaying its IPO again saying the timing of the share offering will depend on market conditions it'll be postponed for at least a few weeks we've learned not to give back countless enough time to incorporate third quarter results the numbers are lucky show Aramco didn't suffer material financial hit from the attacks on oil facilities last month now let's get the latest in global uses Bloomberg summer kill off and Sandra you got more on that conflict in northeastern Syria yes good morning Roger Turkey and the US have agreed a cease fire in war torn Syria bags Symon Deming canned reports the Turkish president racial type hours one has agreed to suspend on Christmas tree operation on Kurdish lead minutes as in northeast Syria for the next five days in order to allow the wife he cheats withdrawal the agreement essentially gives on her what it wanted to achieve in the first place the removal of Kurdish fighters from the pool to in order to create a safe zone is stumble Simmons Emma can invent daybreak Europe acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney is backtracking his claim that president trump withheld military funds for Ukraine in order to push for a broad investigation into the Russia probe he was pressed on the matter by White House journalists right is a quid pro.