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03:56 min | 4 months ago

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"Deliver on it. The segment of the market that stands out the best here is dividend payers. And Andy kapur and with reaching Atlanta capital says he's not only sticking with quality stocks, but also value. Over the weekend, Karen, we got more comments on fed policy, Minneapolis president Neil kashkari said he's not worried about whether the U.S. is in a technical recession. We are committed to bringing inflation down and we are going to do what we need to do. And we are a long way away from achieving an economy that is back at 2% inflation. Neil kashkari was a guest on CBS's face the nation heard Sundays on Bloomberg radio. Meantime, Nathan two notable equity strategists say recession fears may count further gains in stocks and more in this live report from Bloomberg's John Tucker, John. And Karen, you know, to clients this morning, Morgan Stanley's Mike Wilson warns the U.S. economy could be headed for recession. He says risk reward is poor after the recent rally and strategist at Goldman Sachs including David constant the rate of earnings beats is trailing the 62% average pace that was set in the last 5 quarters. They suggest that stocks are not out of the Woods yet after posting their strongest month since November of 2020. Live in New York, I'm John Tucker, Bloomberg daybreak. Thanks, John. Turning to big oil now looks like shale could be blossoming again after a decade of steep losses, Bloomberg's we need a young joins us live with that. Good morning Renee. Good morning, Nathan, several shale companies are set to report earnings this week. Estimates compiled by Bloomberg show the top 28 publicly traded U.S. independent oil producers generated $25.5 billion in free cash flow in the second quarter. Compare that to the last ten to 15 years when the company's lost about $115 billion leading up to the COVID-19 pandemic. Live in New York, I'm renita young Bloomberg daybreak. All right, we need to thank you. That's the 5 things that you need to know to start your day brought to you by interactive brokers. And again, futures are moving lower this morning. And straight ahead, your latest local headlines plus a check of sports and this is Bloomberg. Thanks Karen 6 33 on Wall Street rain in 69° in Central Park, still got the closure in Warren township westbound 78 between exits 36 and 33, details coming up in traffic first, Michael Barr, with what else is going on in New York and around the world Michael good morning. Good morning, Nathan drivers, slow your roll in New York City, about 2000 speed cameras in our operating 24 hours a day, 7 days a week across the city. Anyone to run up speeding by the camera can expect a $50 ticket in the mail until now, the cameras were only running between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m.. However, experts say more than half of traffic deaths happen overnight. Rescue crews continue to dig through piles with debris from deadly flooding last week in Kentucky, at least 28 people are now dead, Kentucky governor Andy beshear warns they expect to find more bodies in the weeks ahead. Every day, every week, every month, and every year it takes to rebuild. We are committed to the people of eastern Kentucky. Governor Bashir says search dogs are being used. No public events on President Biden's schedule today, he remains in isolation, following his rebound with COVID-19 after treatment with an antiviral drug, medical experts say pax levit is still preventing severe disease and deaths even when there's a rebound case. Doctor darion Sutton. The theory is is that that virus then replicates and causes rebound symptoms. As we saw over the weekend, as reported by the case of the president, sometimes it doesn't involve symptoms at all. Sometimes it's just simply a positive test, which is what we saw. Doctor Sutton spoke to ABC. In Washington today, a judge can hand down the longest prison term so far in the January 6th capitol riot case. Prosecutors said guy rapid of Texas carried a gun on his waist while confronting police at the capitol, his own son testified against him, prosecutors are seeking 15 years in prison. The very lucky winner of Friday's mega millions drawing as yet

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03:35 min | 6 months ago

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"Minutes past the hour joules back to you All right time for global news Growing tension between Washington and Beijing over the Taiwan strait and an earthquake in Taiwan from all let's get to the newsroom and Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini Denise That's where Juliet magnitude 6 quake in Taiwan just a few minutes ago shaking buildings in Taipei epicenter south southwest of hualian county on Taiwan's east coast And we have another report just coming in of a 5.2 quake on Japan's western coastal prefecture of ishikawa no indications of its tsunami there were monitoring both for you of course here on Bloomberg radio And we do have those COVID cases in Macau you know Macau just eased visitor requirements days ago and now 21 COVID cases detected the first in months their schools and non-essential businesses are shut down until further notice and the government in Macau urging people not to panic by says there will be enough food for everyone Opposite story in Beijing unfolding the sour the subway has been totally reopened there as COVID cases in Beijing and in Shanghai as well The CDC okaying Pfizer and Moderna COVID shots for kids as young as 6 months old some parents struggling to decide if their kids should get these shots xenophon's 8 month and three year old children participated in a trial with no bad effects And Xena good says you should catch your kids vaccinated Any potential side effects that could result from a vaccine they are so there is so much less than getting disease And the COVID shots for young kids in the U.S. could be available on Tuesday The U.S. has rejecting China's latest claim about the Taiwan strait Bloomberg Stephen engel says China is increasingly claiming something the U.S. doesn't like Sources are telling us now almost at every level and at every occasion Beijing is protesting and essentially saying that the Taiwan strait is as they have long asserted part of its exclusive economic zone and are not international Waters Now that poses significant problem Bloomberg sources say that Biden administration isn't buying that claim that Stephen engel just mentioned and is mulling an official response Mike Pence could be subpoenaed by the January 6th committee representative Adam Schiff tells CNN it is a possibility You know it's 50 years after the Watergate scandal in summer noting some similarities between Watergate and details unearthed in the January 6 insurrection including Watergate investigative reporter Carl Bernstein How do we get to a place where these people are so crave And so captured by Trump and his movement that they won't do the right thing And Bernstein there on ABC this week heard here on Bloomberg radio Meantime congressman Adam kinzinger says the January 6th select committee does not have legal authority but there is ample evidence that former president Trump knew his actions were outside the law We're not a criminal charges committee So I want to be careful in specifically using that language but I think what we're presenting before the American people certainly would rise to a level of criminal involvement by a president and definitely failure of the oath The oath has to matter here And kinzinger ahead of the next public January 6th hearing Tuesday and we have a couple more updates about the earthquakes NHK says no tsunami threat from the Japan earthquake and that earthquake in Taipei should buildings but no damage there so far Global news 24 hours a day I'm to these Pellegrini and this is Bloomberg Denise thank you Let's get to global sports here on.

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04:59 min | 6 months ago

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"Wall Street time on Bloomberg radio Meantime Nathan's Citigroup is getting more bearish on stocks and we get the details live from Bloomberg's ranita young good morning ready to good morning Karen Citigroup cut its recommendation on U.S. stocks to neutral on the risk of a recession Strategists there join an increasing number of banks in warning of a growth slowdown They say with this high level of uncertainty and a lack of reassurance from the Federal Reserve the market is showing elements of a deflating bubble But opinion on U.S. equities remains divided Some Wall Street analysts are betting on a rebound They believe that the odds of a recession are overstated Live in New York I'm renita young Bloomberg daybreak I need to thank solid retail earnings helped sentiment yesterday Today retail results are not helping Gap shares are down 19% after the company's first quarter profit missed estimates We get the story from Bloomberg's Charlie palette It shows that operational missteps and higher costs are hurting the apparel retailer The company which also owns the banana republic and old navy brands posted a loss of 44 cents a share in the quarter ending April 30th below analysts average estimates Full year earnings are now seen at between 40 and 70 cents a share well below the dollar 85 to two O 5 range previously provided In New York Charlie palette Bloomberg daybreak Thank you while U.S. futures are still higher despite those results from gap sentiment was also strong overnight in Asia after solid earnings from Chinese tech companies to get the recount from Bloomberg's Juliet's settling in Singapore Good morning Juliet Good morning Karen The regional benchmark index posted its best gain in a week rising for the first time in four sessions to set itself up for a second weekly advance Alibaba and Baidu shares rallied in Hong Kong lifting the hang seng tech index after both beat sales forecasts Japanese equities also rose as the nation announced it would reopen to select tourists on package tours from June 10 and Australian retailers recorded a fourth consecutive month of sales gains highlighting underlying momentum in the economy and a degree of resilience among consumers In Singapore Juliette Saleh Bloomberg daybreak All right Juliet thanks in Shanghai We're seeing more signs of the extreme steps being taken to keep factories running during COVID lockdowns Workers at an Apple supplier quanta computer have started to revolt against their bosses after being locked down in their factory for almost two months They've been fighting with guards and rushing past isolation barriers in search of daily necessities The current system forces workers to live and sleep on factory sites I know Nathan China's coming under even more pressure from The White House as Bloomberg said Baxter reports Secretary of State Antony Blinken is vowing to influence China's behavior by shaping the world around Beijing Blinken says this is a charged moment for the globe and says while he would like to work with China Beijing can not be trusted We stand ready to increase our direct communication with Beijing across a full range of issues And we hope that that can happen But we can not rely on Beijing to change its trajectory Blinken says alliances like the quad this at the same time the U.S. and Taiwan have announced plans to enter into economic talks enhancing economic cooperation and supply chain resiliency In San Francisco I met Baxter Bloomberg daybreak All right Ed thanks Meantime the war in Ukraine rages on and now the U.S. is rejecting a food for sanctions relief plan by Russian president Vladimir Putin The proposal would facilitate fertilizer and grain exports but if sanctions on Russia are lifted that's the condition The U.S. says the Kremlin's blocking the shipments and stoking concerns of a global food shortage Well we turn now closer to home Nathan with the latest on the school shooting and Yuval di Texas the National Rifle Association is holding its annual convention in Houston today but Texas governor Greg Abbott won't be there The Dallas morning news says he's dropped plans to address the event in person He'll give a pre recorded speech instead Meantime Senate Democrats say there's room for compromise on gun control legislation and we spoke with Maryland Democrat Ben cardin What I'd like to see done is certainly close the loopholes in the background check Red flags are consistent with that We need to deal with the military style and high capacity magazines that are out there that are the weapons of choice for those who want to commit mass murders Senator Ben Kurt in Maryland spoke with our Washington correspondent Joe Matthew on Bloomberg sound on catch the show weekdays at 5 p.m. eastern on Bloomberg radio and in the interest of transparency we should note that Michael Bloomberg the founder and majority owner of Bloomberg LP the parent of Bloomberg radio is a donor to groups that support gun control They want more note out of Washington this morning Karen The White House is scrambling to do something about record high gas prices this election year Bloomberg news has learned the Biden administration has reached out to the oil industry about restarting closed refineries The average price of a gallon of regular unleaded stood at a record four 60 cents as of Wednesday You're listening to Bloomberg daybreak.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

06:18 min | 6 months ago

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"Rangers face elimination I'll have that and more coming up in sports That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg daybreak On Bloomberg 11 three O New York Bloomberg 99 one Washington D.C. Bloomberg one O 6 one Boston Bloomberg 9 60 San Francisco Syria's exam one 19 and around the world on Bloomberg radio dot com and via the Bloomberg business app Bad good Friday morning I'm Nathan Hager And I'm Karen Moscow and U.S. stock index futures are on the rise this morning We're coming up to 5 O one on Wall Street and we check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg Right now S&P futures are up about 12 points down futures up 38 NASDAQ futures up 51 Ten year treasury down one 32nd the yield 2.75% that yield on the two year 2.47% Nymex screwed oil is up three tenths percent or 33 cents at a $114 42 cents a barrel Comex gold is up a third of a percent or $6 90 cents at 1860 80 announced And Nathan All right Karen thank you Well the S&P 500 this morning is on track for its first weekly gain in nearly two months The index rose 2% yesterday its biggest gain there in ten days max wasserman is founder and senior portfolio manager at Miramar capital I'm optimistic in the long-term It doesn't mean you could get it more downside And we could see another 5 to 7% on the downside But we think we're through the majority of the problem And it's been a bad market NASDAQ was down 30% in the S&P was close to down 20 It could still go further but we're not bailing on this market I mean Mark capital's max wasserman made those comments on Bloomberg businessweek You can catch the program weekdays from two to 5 p.m. Wall Street time right here on Bloomberg radio Meantime Nathan Citigroup is getting more bearish on stocks and we get the details live from Bloomberg's reneta young good morning Good morning Karen Citigroup cut its recommendation on U.S. stocks to neutral on the risk of a recession strategists there join an increasing number of banks and warning of a growth slowdown They say with this high level of uncertainty and a lack of reassurance from the Federal Reserve the market is showing elements of a deflating bubble But opinion on U.S. equities remains divided Some Wall Street analysts are betting on a rebound They believe that the odds of a recession are overstated live in New York I'm Renee young Bloomberg day break All right ready to thank you a solid retail earnings helped sentiment yesterday today retail results are not helping gap shares are down 16% after that company's first quarter profit missed estimates we get that story from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet It shows that operational missteps and higher costs are hurting the apparel retailer The company which also owns the banana republic and old navy brands posted a loss of 44 cents a share in the quarter ending April 30th below analysts average estimates Full year earnings are now seen at between 40 and 70 cents a share well below the dollar 85 to two O 5 range previously provided In New York Charlie pellet Bloomberg daybreak All right Charlie thank you all U.S. futures are still higher despite those results from gap and sentiment was also strong overnight in Asia after solid earnings from Chinese tech companies We get the recap from Bloomberg's Juliet Sally in Singapore Good morning Juliet Good morning Karen The regional benchmarking index posted its best gain in a week rising for the first time in four sessions to set itself up for a second weekly advance Alibaba and Baidu shares rallied in Hong Kong lifting the hang seng tech index after both beat sales forecasts Japanese equities also rose as the nation announced it would reopen to select tourists on package tours from June 10 at Australian retailers recorded a fourth consecutive month of sales gains highlighting underlying momentum in the economy and a degree of resilience among consumers In Singapore Juliet sale Bloomberg daybreak Okay Juliet thank you In Shanghai we're seeing more signs of the extreme steps being taken to keep factories running during a COVID lockdown Workers at an Apple supplier quanta computer have started revolting against their bosses after they were locked down in their factory for almost two months They've been fighting with guards and rushing past isolation barriers in search of daily necessities The current system forces workers to live and sleep on factory sites And now Nathan Gina is coming under even more pressure from The White House as Bloomberg's at Baxter reports Secretary of State Antony Blinken is vowing to influence China's behavior by shaping the world around Beijing Blinken says this is a charged moment for the globe and says while he would like to work with China Beijing can not be trusted We stand ready to increase our direct communication with Beijing across a full range of issues And we hope that that can happen But we can not rely on Beijing to change its trajectory Blinken says alliances like the quad this at the same time the U.S. and Taiwan have announced plans to enter into economic talks enhancing economic cooperation and supply chain resiliency In San Francisco Ahmed Baxter Bloomberg daybreak All right Ed thank you Meantime the war in Ukraine rages on and now the U.S. is rejecting a food for sanctions relief plan floated by Russian president Vladimir Putin The proposal would facilitate fertilizer and grain exports but only if sanctions on Russia are lifted The U.S. says the Kremlin is blocking the shipments and stoking concerns of a global food shortage And we turn closer to home now Nathan with the latest on the school shooting and Yuval di Texas the National Rifle Association is holding its annual convention in Houston today but Texas governor Greg Abbott won't be there The Dallas morning news says he's dropped plans to address the event in person He'll give a prerecorded speech instead Meantime Senate Democrats say there's room for compromise on gun control legislation We spoke with Maryland Democrat Ben cardin What I'd like to see done is certainly close the loopholes in the background check Red flags are consistent with that We need to deal with the military style and high capacity magazines that are out there that are the weapons of choice for those who want to commit mass murders Senator Ben cardin of Maryland spoke with our Washington correspondent Joe Matthew on Bloomberg sound on catch the show weekdays at 5 p.m..

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06:19 min | 8 months ago

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"The Bloomberg business app Good morning I'm Nathan Hager And I'm Karen Moscow and U.S. stock index futures are higher to end the week We're coming up to 6 O one on Wall Street and we check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S&P futures up about ten points Dow futures have 96 NASDAQ futures up 32 the ten year treasury down four 30 seconds Yale 2.67% that yield on the two year 2.51% and I make screw do is up 9 10% at $96 85 cents a barrel Nathan All right Karen we'll have more on the markets in a minute First the latest on the war Ukraine says dozens of civilians have been killed in a Russian attack on a railway station in Donetsk Russia denies it Meantime the UN General Assembly has voted to suspend Russia from the Human Rights Council and that's just the first step Bloomberg's head Baxter reports Secretary of State Antony Blinken says exactly the right move and U.S. ambassador to the UN Linda Thomas Greenfield says the body must proceed with investigation and punishment It's about the credibility of the UN Right now the world is looking to us They are asking if the United Nations is prepared to meet this moment Greenfield calls it an historic moment with work left to be done In San Francisco I met Baxter Bloomberg daybreak All right thank you both for the first time that European Union has now targeted Russia's crucial energy revenues We go live to London and get the latest with Bloomberg's max Ramsey Good morning max Good morning to you Karen and Nathan Yes the European Union has banned coal imports from Russia As you say this is a significant step It's the first move targeting energy revenue from the European Union The sanctions the sanctions package also includes a preventions on Russian trucks and ships from entering the EU It previously there were no sanctions on energy Germany Hungary were among those blocking this move given that reliance on Russian fossil fuels now some members want to go further and want more measures on Russian energy imports and oil in particular Live in London max Ramsey Bloomberg daybreak Okay max thanks So many analysts think energy sanctions will put more pressure on Vladimir Putin Is a former policy adviser in the Treasury Department sanctions division The language he understands is the most is the threat of military force And so I don't want to equate the threat of sanctions to the threat of military force when it comes to changing his behavior and compelling him to negotiate But it helps further the pressure and it helps most importantly limit his ability to finance his violence machines Former treasury adviser hagar shamali was a guest on Bloomberg sound on You can catch the program weekdays at 5 p.m. eastern on Bloomberg radio Meantime Nathan the war in Ukraine is having a major impact on the cost of food global food prices are surging at the fastest pace ever as the war wreaks havoc on supply chains in the Black Sea region That send food prices to a record but the United Nations index of world costs soaring 13% last month We have more economic news this morning Karen is several fed officials weigh in on policy St. Louis president Jim bullard says he favors raising interest rates sharply to counter the highest inflation in four decades This Taylor rule calculation is telling us that where we should be in a minimal under minimal assumptions very generous assumptions It's saying it should be a three and a half percent Where are we actually only one third of 1% or 37 and a half Basis points So you're too low by about 300 basis points St. Louis fed president Jim bullard suggesting he backs a 50 basis point hike in May however Atlanta's Rafael bostic supports increases more in line with the path laid out by the fed's projections or dot plot I think it's fully appropriate that we move our policy closer to a neutral position But I think we need to do it in a measured way Atlanta fed president Raphael bostic is a voter this year on the rate setting FOMC Meantime Nathan fed meetings could see some new faces on the way Senate banking chairman shared Brown says he expects votes by the full chamber on President Biden's four fed board nominees later this month We get the details from Bloomberg Charlie pellet He thinks it'll happen after the Senate's two week break the Ohio Democrats said he also hopes Biden will have nominated a new vice chair of supervision by then Brown said he expects Lisa cook a pick for fed governor or lael brainard nominated as vice chair to be the first to be confirmed Republicans have lined up in opposition to cook but four Republicans backed brainard in the banking committee In New York Charlie palette Bloomberg daybreak All right Charlie thank you At the Treasury Department this morning there may be a setback for Janet Yellen's push for a global tax agreement Let's get the latest on that live from Bloomberg's John Tucker John And Nathan it looks like big business is not backing the plan Executives at 8 major U.S. based multinational corporations interviewed by Bloomberg said that far too much remains unknown about the deal Treasury secretary Yellen counting on their support which could be critical to help win passage in Congress Corporate leaders agree the groundbreaking global deal that Yellen secured last year could deliver important benefits by helping to reduce disputes and prevent trade wars but they also call the plan overly complex live in New York and John Tucker Bloomberg daybreak All right John thank you about turning to corporate news now It's all about Twitter again this morning Just days after announcing a stake in the company Elon Musk is reportedly set to address the staff and we get the details live for a Bloomberg so we need a young good morning ready to good morning Karen Twitter is planning to host Elon Musk for a Q&A session with employees That's according to company messages obtained by The Washington Post which says there are internal outcries over Musk's appointment to Twitter's board of directors Town hall meetings like this are not new to Silicon Valley but it's rare to host a board member at one Twitter's hoping to calm any anxiety workers have about Musk's impact on company culture by giving them the chance to ask him anything Live in New York I'm renita young Bloomberg daybreak Thank you S&P futures now up ten points down futures up 99 NASDAQ futures up 34 points in the ten year treasury yield 2.67% Local headlines next plus a check of sports this is Bloomberg.

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05:50 min | 9 months ago

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"The markets every 15 minutes during the trading day on Bloomberg S&P futures are up 14 points down futures up a 138 NASDAQ futures higher by 45 points The Dax in Germany is up 1.1% that can't compare us up 8 tenths of 1% ten year treasuries down 1530 seconds the yield 2.34% yield on the two year 2.18% Nymex crude is down 2.2% or $2 49 cents at a $109 63 cents a barrel comex gold down two tenths percent or $4 at 1930 80 ounce The Euro is at 1.0994 against the dollar and the yen is at one 20.82 John And Nathan will have more on the markets in a minute But first new developments involving the war Ukraine's president says he's ready to discuss a deal with Russia in exchange for a ceasefire Amy Morris has details from our Bloomberg 99 one newsroom in Washington Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky said late last night he is prepared to discuss a commitment from Ukraine not to seek NATO membership in exchange for a ceasefire The withdrawal of Russian troops and a guarantee of Ukraine security He called it a compromise for everyone He also repeated his call for direct talks with Russian president Vladimir Putin saying that unless he meets with him personally it's impossible to know if Russia even wants to stop the war In Washington I made me more as Bloomberg daybreak Thank you President zelensky says his forces are still holding Russian troops at bay on several fronts retired U.S. Navy commander ward Carroll says Ukrainian forces remain resilient I can tell you from the legend of the ghost of Kyiv to the other things that they've done against overwhelming odds their air force has shown itself to be very capable Retired navy commander ward Carroll spoke with our Washington correspondent Joe Matthew on Bloomberg sound on catch the program weekdays at 5 p.m. eastern on Bloomberg radio Meantime The White House says Russian president Vladimir Putin's back is against the wall and President Biden tells business leaders that makes him even more dangerous He suggesting Putin could soon use chemical weapons Bloomberg's Ed Baxter has the story Biden in front of the business roundtable CEO quarterly meeting said Putin is already sending up false flags about chemical weapons saying the U.S. has used them as well They're also suggesting that Ukraine has biological and chemical weapons in Ukraine That's a clear sign He's considering using both of those He's already used chemical weapons in the past And we should be careful about what's about to come Biden says the U.S. does not use chemical weapons and the president also warned if a potential of increased cyberattacks In San Francisco I'm Ed Baxter Bloomberg daybreak All right Ed thank you Another major story we're following brings us to yesterday's crash of a Boeing jet in China all 132 people on board are believed dead The cause of the crunch is still unknown Experts remain baffled by the plane's nosedive from 29,000 feet Bloomberg Stephen engel has the latest from Hong Kong Xi Jinping the president of China said he's calling for an all out investigation They have found part of the wreckage We just don't know how this accident happened on a flight from kunming to Guangzhou That was already just about to descend to Guangzhou It's very different from the max accidents in Indonesia and in Ethiopia Bloomberg Stephen engel says the China eastern airlines crash is China's worst commercial aviation accident in more than a decade In turning to the markets now sell off in bonds is deepening You have to fed chair Jay Powell struck a more hawkish tone on his campaign against high inflation The expectation going into this year was that we would see basically see inflation peaking in the first quarter than maybe leveling out and then see a lot of progress in the second half That story has already fallen apart to the extent it continues to fall apart My colleagues and I may well reach the conclusion that will need to move more quickly And if so we'll do so Sheer pal says the fed is prepared to raise the interest rates by 50 basis points at the next policy meeting if needed Tracy McMillan has had a global asset allocation strategy at Wells Fargo They're preparing the market for a really tough inflation fight And so that means we're going to see higher yields and we are seeing those higher yields in the front end that the curve where the fed really has more of an impact Wells Fargo's Tracy McMillan says she prefers equities over fixed income at the moment And we'll have much more on the future of interest rates and the fight against inflation later this morning John will we speak live with St. Louis fed president Jim bullard stay tuned for that conversation It's coming up at 8 30 a.m. Wall Street time on Bloomberg radio and television And overnight we saw the bond sell off spread to Asia stocks in the region gained as the bonds fell Let's get the recap from Bloomberg's Julian Sally in Singapore Good morning Julia Good morning John and Nathan Australian yields here that are higher since 2018 on the ten year note while the kiwi equivalent was at a 5 year high The yield differential between the U.S. and Japan pushed the yen to a 6 year low boosting Japanese equities which returned from a long weekend Then it gave two two 5 rows one and a half percent in Tokyo to post its 6th consecutive session of gains the longest streak since September and Ali Baba shares gay nearly 10% in Hong Kong as the tech giant increased its share buyback program to 25 billion from $15 billion in Singapore Juliet sali Bloomberg daybreak All right Julia thanks On the earnings front this morning shares of Nike are up nearly 6% in early trading the company's quarterly results topped estimates revenue outpaced expectations in all regions including Greater China where sales fell less than predicted Right now S&P futures are higher by 11 points down futures up a 125 NASDAQ futures up 31 points ten year treasuries down 1530 seconds the yield 2.34% Nymex screw is now down 1.4%.

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06:05 min | 9 months ago

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"Now S&P futures are up By 17 points now features up a 145 NASDAQ futures up 65 points The Dax in Germany up 8 tenths of 1% The ten year treasury is down 14 30 seconds the yield 2.34% yield on the two year 2.17 Nymex crude is down 7 tenths percent or 82 cents at a $111 30 cents a barrel Comex gold down a third of 1% down $6 30 cents at 1928 50 announced the Euro is at 1.1005 against the dollar the end is at one 20.48 John Nathan will have more on the markets in a minute but first new developments involving the war Ukraine's president says he's ready to discuss a deal with Russia in exchange for a ceasefire Amy Morris has details from our Bloomberg 99 one newsroom in Washington Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky said late last night he is prepared to discuss a commitment from Ukraine not to seek NATO membership in exchange for a ceasefire The withdrawal of Russian troops and guarantee of Ukraine's security He called it a compromise for everyone He also repeated his call for direct talks with Russian president Vladimir Putin saying that unless he meets with him personally it's impossible to know if Russia even wants to stop the war In Washington I made me more as Bloomberg daybreak All right Amy thank you President zelensky says Ukrainian forces are still holding Russian troops at bay on several fights retired U.S. Navy commander ward Carroll says Ukraine has remained resilient I can tell you from the legend of the ghost of Kyiv to the other things that they've done against overwhelming odds their air force has shown itself to be very capable Retired navy commander ward Carroll spoke with our Washington correspondent Joe Matthew on Bloomberg's sound on catch the program weekdays at 5 p.m. eastern on Bloomberg radio Meantime The White House says Russian president Vladimir Putin's back is against the wall and President Biden tells business leaders that makes him even more dangerous He suggested Putin may soon use chemical weapons more in this report from Bloomberg's Ed Baxter Biden in front of the business roundtable CEO quarterly meeting said Putin is already sending up false flags about chemical weapons saying the U.S. has used them as well They're also suggesting that Ukraine has biological and chemical weapons in Ukraine That's a clear sign He's considering using both of those He's already used chemical weapons in the past And we should be careful what about to come Biden says the U.S. does not use chemical weapons And the president also warned of a potential of increased cyberattacks In San Francisco I met Baxter Bloomberg daybreak All right Ed thank you Another major story we're following brings us to yesterday's crash of a Boeing plane in China all 132 people on board are believed dead The cause of the crash is still unknown Experts remain baffled by the plane's nosedive from 29,000 feet Bloomberg Stephen engel has the latest from Hong Kong Xi Jinping the president of China said he's calling for an all out investigation They have found part of the wreckage We just don't know how this accident happened on a flight from kunming to Guangzhou That was already just about to descend to Guangzhou It's very different from the max accidents in Indonesia and in Ethiopia Bloomberg Steven engel says the China eastern airlines crashed as China's worst commercial aviation accident in more than a decade Turning to the markets Now a sell off in bonds is deepening and to fed shared J Powell struck a more hawkish tone on his campaign against high inflation The expectation going into this year was that we would see basically see inflation peaking in the first quarter then maybe leveling out and then see a lot of progress in the second half That story has already fallen apart to the extent it continues to fall apart My colleagues and I may well reach the conclusion that will need to move more quickly And if so we'll do so Share Powell says the fed is prepared to raise interest rates by half a point at the next policy meeting if needed Traces McMillan is head of global asset allocation strategy at Wells Fargo They're preparing the markets for a really tough inflation fight And so that means we're going to see higher yields and we are seeing those higher yields in the front end that the curve where the fed really has more of an impact Wells Fargo's Tracy McMillan says she prefers equities over fixed income at the moment We'll have much more in the future of interest rates and the fight against inflation later this morning John will speak live with St. Louis fed president Jim bullard Stay tuned for that conversation coming up at 8 30 a.m. Wall Street time on Bloomberg radio and television And overnight we saw the bond sell off spread to Asia stocks in the region gained as the bonds fell Let's get the recap from Bloomberg's Juliet Sally in Singapore Good morning Julia Good morning John and Nathan Australian yields here that are higher since 2018 on the ten year note while the kiwi equivalent was at a 5 year high The yield differential between the U.S. and Japan pushed the yen to a 6 year low roosting Japanese equities which returned from a long weekend The nikkei two two 5 rose one and a half percent in Tokyo to post its 6th consecutive session of gains the longest streak since September and Alibaba shares gay nearly 10% in Hong Kong as the tech giant increased its share buyback program to 25 billion from $15 billion in Singapore Juliette Saleh Bloomberg daybreak Marie Juliet thank you and on the earnings front this morning shares of Nike are up nearly 6% in early trading The company's quarterly results top estimates revenue outpaced expectations in all regions including Greater China where sales fell less than predicted Right now S&P futures are up 17 points down features up a 151 NASDAQ futures are higher by 64 points The ten year treasuries down 1530 seconds the yield 2.34% nymex crew down 7 tenths percent or 82 cents at a $111 30 cents a barrel Straight ahead your latest local 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07:57 min | 9 months ago

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"Dina kodiak And I'm susannah Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom As we've been reporting turkey said Moscow and Kyiv are close to an agreement on key points This even as a top Ukrainian aide said Russia has turned to more destructive artillery hours after Russia said it used hypersonic kinzel missiles for a second time to hit Ukrainian targets Ukraine expects to get its next batch of U.S. weaponry including javelins and stingers in the coming days As the Federal Reserve makes moves to slow the economy is a recession coming or not Bloomberg's Greg Garrett looks at the yield curve Two year 5 year and ten year yields will end 2022 at 2.75% 2.5% and 2.4% respectively with inverted curves across the entire treasury space This according to guneet dengra traditionally that's been a harbinger of a recession though not this time around according to Morgan Stanley analysts Greg Jarrett Bloomberg radio Meantime a busy week ahead for fed chair Jerome Powell Powell set to speak Monday at the 38th annual NAB economic policy conference in Washington Wednesday Powell speaks on another panel focused on the challenges for Central Bank governors in a digital world Growing interest in the outdoors during the pandemic continues to give a boost to L.L.Bean and its employees the story on that from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet The outdoors retailer reported double digit revenue growth allowing the board to provide a healthy bonus for workers CEO Steve Smith said the company had quote a fabulous year with 14% growth in sales and the company's 2021 fiscal year Its board is sharing the wealth with workers who are getting a 20% bonus 12% in cash 8% in 401k contributions all 5500 full and part time employees are eligible for the bonus Charlie palette Bloomberg radio Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg Broadcasting from the financial capital of the world Bloomberg 11 three O in New York to Washington D.C. Bloomberg 99 one to Boston Bloomberg one O 6 one to San Francisco Bloomberg 9 60 to the country SiriusXM channel one 19 and around the globe the Bloomberg business app in Bloomberg radio dot com This is Bloomberg business week Our next guest is an entrepreneur in every sense of the word he wants ran his parallel operation out of his mother's basement Well now Damon John is a CEO of the multi-billion dollar lifestyle brand that he founded we're talking about fubu He's also CEO of the marketing firm the shark group and one of the stars of ABC's long running series Shark Tank It of course offers budding entrepreneurs the chance to secure business deals that could make them rich Well now Damon is combining his pension for investing with his love of board games and game shows by backing a new interactive streaming platform it is called game star plus You know what I think it is I think you know I think everything's going to be in the metaverse but I guess the simplest way to say it for all the listeners is kind of like Netflix for game night And me being a huge lower of games and I think board games I think through this last two years all of us have picked up some of that old love for board games This was just a new delivery of form of delivery of board games And that's why I thought it was an absolutely amazing investment So all right you made an investment like where's it going to go Tell us how it's going to play out here I'm thinking about our audience there investors and trying to understand as the technological world continues to really evolve Where do you see this all going Well I think that more people are going to start living in the metaverse and or online and doing what they're doing but you're bringing the simplicity of game night like a Netflix And I think that for the initial customer we're launching and we already launched family feud really great IP You have obviously Steve Harvey there After that we have seen it with Mario Lopez and jeopardy with Ken Jennings a wheel of fortune and there's so many more slated These are all titles that people really love You average out about anywhere from 15 to $20 for a game But this is a subscription of about $3 3.99 a month and you are going to get tons of games and this is definitely something that I think some of the streamers are going to want to acquire down the road because they need to get more eyeballs and keep more stickiness on their platforms And I think this is a way to do this without having to compete for more content from other streamers So talk to us about this platform You mentioned family feud that it is out there and it's streaming So how many consumers are using it What's the stickiness of someone who signed on and then stays with it Well it's too early to tell the stickiness because we just launched it and you can go to target dot com and get it or go into target because there are some physical components to the game some hard You may want to have but it's a little too early to look at that and listen after being on Shark Tank every year seeing people tell me how they're going to do a gajillion dollars in the first week I can not think about estimates like that How about half a kajillion Do you think it could be happening to you Yeah I like the fundamentals of knowing the IPs there knowing the celebrities that are knowing my reach is there knowing people are moving towards streaming in all different forms and knowing the metaverse is coming around I like all the different things that are in position for success So is the game right now Damon is it one that's meant to be played when people are physically together or is it to the point now where you can actually play with people who are not in the same space as you and you do this over the Internet Well out right now is going to be physically together but it's going to grow to that I mean there are games that exist in apps that exist They're all separate that obviously you can play separately That's nothing new But right now it's physically in the home because then you'll be able to stream all the games to that home and the physical components of there too a couple of those pieces So right now you need to be in the same household Hey David you know as you guys build this out content content content and we see it with the streaming services but that's going to be true for this platform as well Is it fair to say that it's going to there's going to be maybe as you guys build it out and add content in terms of profitability it may take a little while I would say so but listen the two founders come from both the board from the gaming world and from the licensing world I think that there's going to just be a lot of massive IP there And if I would have we already saw this years ago we thought the Netflix was something wasn't going to happen now You have Hulu Netflix and all these type of things I think this is going to be the new norm What other titles are you thinking of You mentioned that you have seen it with Mario Lopez jeopardy with Ken Jennings Wheel of fortune coming You already have family feud out How else are you thinking about I don't want to call it content necessarily It is content But it's a little different in the sense of like you know it's interactive Well we're looking at all IPs you know one of my favorite IPs is monopoly of course but deal or no deal or the price is right pyramid I think all of these IPs are going to be on there What's the acquisition process for getting that intellectual property Is it really tough to get monopoly It is really Well it's somewhat self when you have people like myself Steve Harvey the great founders who worked over at Sony and various other places We all have the right connections of Mattel and Hasbro and I think that they're always trying to expand their IP and put it in different hands as well So I don't think this one is going to be as challenging because we're kind of like in that blue ocean space with this and there's not too many other competitors in this area delivering it on the same platform So I think it's going to be fairly easy That's daymond John founder and CEO of fubu CEO of the shark group bestselling author and as you know him probably one of the stars of the Emmy Award winning Shark Tank on ABC I'm out I'm not investing I always love when they say that or not You're listening to Bloomberg businessweek coming up celebrated and inventor dean kamen is back with us Talking about how we got Disney and thousands of other companies to work with him for many years to help him promote stem education around the globe This.

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02:20 min | 10 months ago

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"Now the rest of the album unlimited love is now set to drop April 1st It'll be the chili's first studio album since the getaway nearly 6 years ago And the band's first release with guitarist John frusciante since 2006 the band's upcoming global stadium summer tour slated to kick off in Denver in July I'm Scott Cohen And I'm susannah Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom A new memo issued Friday by Manhattan district attorney Alvin Bragg staked to out clearer positions on guns in the city We get more about that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini Bragg says most gun cases in the city will be prosecuted as felonies And this will include he says instances where a gun or other weapon such as a knife is used to rob a business And this walk back on policy cited in Bragg's day one memo comes after critics accused him of being soft on crime Bregman with governor Cathy yesterday And after their meeting hoeke said the conversation was productive And she said she'll continue to work with Bragg and other district attorneys to restore sense of security and enforce laws Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio A crazy mess of jobs data had economists getting it wrong again on the monthly jobs report We get the story on that from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet It was a tough report to call the U.S. did add 467,000 jobs in January above all estimates but a cron and seasonal adjustments made this report particularly hard to predict But it wasn't just last month the median estimate has missed by an average of about 95,000 in the past year before revisions versus less than 20,000 in the 6 months through March of 2020 Charlie pellet Bloomberg radio Meantime the problems playing out on U.S. factory floors look likely to persist into the second half of the year That is the message from the heads of lumber producers and makers of air conditioners to home builders and a peril manufacturers Recent corporate earnings calls have highlighted effects that are hurting companies ability to meet demand including labor and supply shortages transportation bottlenecks and the coronavirus Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg.

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03:46 min | 10 months ago

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"The Republican National Committee is formally censuring two of their own house members Wyoming's Liz Cheney and Adam kinzinger of Illinois both targeted for their membership on the House committee investigating last year's attack on the U.S. capitol Cheney and kinzinger also both voted to impeach former president Trump last year The coronavirus death toll in the country stands at about 900,000 While Johns Hopkins University reports the number of cases stands at about 76 million and there's some good news on the vaccine front the CDC reports 212 million Americans are fully vaccinated And attorney for stormy Daniels says she's relieved the nightmare is over after her former attorney Michael avenatti was found guilty of stealing from her Friday avenatti was found guilty of stealing $300,000 from a former porn star He faces up to 22 years in prison and the power still out for tens of thousands of Americans due to winter weather Tennessee with the most lights out this morning I'm Scott Carr And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom A new memo issued Friday by Manhattan district attorney Alvin Bragg staked to out clear positions on guns in the city We get more about that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini Bragg says most gun cases in the city will be prosecuted as felonies And this will include he says instances where a gun or other weapon such as a knife is used to rob a business And this walk back on policy cited in Bragg's day one memo comes after critics accused him of being soft on crime Bregman with governor Cathy hok yesterday And after their meeting hogel said the conversation was productive And she says she'll continue to work with Bragg Another district attorneys to restore a sense of security and enforce laws Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio A crazy mess of jobs data had economists of getting it wrong again on the monthly jobs report We get the story on that from Bloomberg's Charlie poet It was a tough report to call the U.S. did at 467,000 jobs in January above all estimates but a Macron and seasonal adjustments made this report particularly hard to predict But it wasn't just last month the median estimate has missed by an average of about 95,000 in the past year before revisions versus less than 20,000 in the 6 months through March of 2020 Charlie pellet Bloomberg radio Meantime the problems playing out on U.S. factory floors look likely to persist into the second half of the year That is the message from the heads of lumber producers and makers of air conditioners to home builders and a peril manufacturers Recent corporate earnings calls have highlighted effects that are hurting companies ability to meet demand including labor and supply shortages transportation bottlenecks and the coronavirus Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm susannah Palmer This is Bloomberg This is Bloomberg law with June grotto from Bloomberg radio Battle tested legends leaders United community Everything we need is in this room We are The commander The Washington football team announced its new name this week It took 18 months from the time it dropped the name Redskins which Native American groups found offensive The team even had a video explaining the difficulties in coming up with a new name including the legal challenges Searching the intellectual property landscape is extraordinarily complicated for something like this that's going to be this famous.

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02:08 min | 11 months ago

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"Now with the latest news from New York City and around the world here's John Tucker And more news this morning Lisa on the Ukraine front Russia's top diplomat says that Moscow will not start a war in Ukraine but it did warn today Also won't allow the west to trample on its security interests Meantime they're called the Ukraine's president President Joe Biden has reaffirmed total support details from Bloomberg's head Baxter In a White House readout Biden underscored the commitment to Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity Biden said he's exploring other macroeconomic support and a decisive response of Russia troops invade But as communications continue to go back and forth State Department deputy secretary Wendy Sherman says Russia continues to move at the border Certainly see every indication that he is going to use military force Sherman says sometime between now and mid February Russia says meanwhile it will need time to look at U.S. proposals In San Francisco I'm at Baxter Bloomberg radio Meantime on MSNBC in an interview this morning the press secretary for The Pentagon said some kind of Russia invasion could be imminent President Biden says he'll name his choice to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Steven breyer by the end of February Biden promising to nominate the first black woman to the high court Merck's COVID-19 drug showed activity against Alma cron in 6 laboratory studies that raise confidence in the ability of a new therapy to battle the contagious dominant variant The independent studies from the U.S. in 5 European countries stood the impact of Merck's antiviral against various concerns including the omicron variant And China and Russia say they'll sign an agreement to build a research station on the moon The two countries say they aimed at complete basic infrastructure construction for the lunar station by 2035 the announcements the latest signs of closer cooperation between the two countries Russian president Vladimir Putin is expected to be the most notable world leader to visit Beijing but the opening of the Winter Olympics next week Global.

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01:58 min | 1 year ago

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"Worldwide The 7 day rolling average of cases is at 841,000 a jump of 49% from just a month ago But even though infections and hospitalizations have soared the number of deaths for now remain stable In Washington I'm immoral as Bloomberg radio Meantime a new study out of South Africa finds only cron infection could boost immunity to prior strains up to 14 fold though less so when it comes to Delta And immunologist at the University of Oxford tells BBC Radio the horrific scenes of last year of full ICUs and lots of premature deaths are now history In Colorado 5 people are dead including a suspect in a string of shootings that started in Denver and ended in the suburb of Lakewood Denver police chief Paul pays and says it began late yesterday afternoon We had three individuals that were shot to adult women are deceased One adult male was injured as a result of this gunfire She pays and says officers tried to stop the shooter at another location but they say he disabled a police vehicle and fled to Lakewood officers there got into a firefight with the gunman one officer was wounded before police shot and killed that still unidentified suspect in the wounded officer last check was said to be in stable condition at a hospital Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts to more than a 120 countries this is Bloomberg Asset Care has the power to bring kindness where it's needed It brings out the best in every one of us It doesn't just see people It takes time to understand them It puts the needs of others ahead of its own And when you start with care you end up with a very different kind of bank Truest Truest bank member FDIC.

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02:24 min | 1 year ago

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"The Bloomberg business act Good morning I'm Nathan Hager And I'm Karen Moscow in U.S. stock index futures on the rise this morning we're coming up to 6 O one on Wall Street and we check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S&P futures up 9 points down futures of 27 NASDAQ futures have 42 the Dax in Germany up about two tenths of upper The ten year treasury at 5 30 seconds yields 1.47% yield on the two year .69% Nymex crude oil is down 1% on 76 cents at $73 three cents a barrel Comics gold is down three tenths percent or 5.7 at 1806 announced the Euro 1.1318 against the dollar the yen one 14.69 Nathan Karen let's begin this morning with the Alma cron variant driving a new COVID surge around the world in the U.S. new daily cases are higher than they were during the delta wave though hospitalizations are still lower Doctor shisha is dean at Brown university school of public health He says he's hopeful this wave will pass as quickly as it started Certainly South Africa is a hopeful sign That this wave of infections sweeping across America is going to rise very very quickly But hopefully he quickly and start coming down quickly as well Doctor shishe Josh spoke on Fox News Sunday heard here on Bloomberg radio Meantime a hospital in Israel is beginning a study into the safety and efficacy of fourth vaccine doses Sheba medical center will give the shots to a 150 medical workers who received third doses before August 20th While Nathan President Biden's top medical adviser is warning Americans not to get complacent about the omicron variant doctor Anthony Fauci said the volume of cases could still overwhelm hospitals despite evidence that symptoms may be less severe The issue that we don't want to get complacent about is that when you have such a high volume of new infections it might override a real diminution in severity Doctor Fauci made the comments on EBC's this week her Sunday is on Bloomberg radio Preliminary data from Scotland shows that obi cron is ten times more likely than delta to infect people who have already had COVID A new study here in the U.S. Karen could point to answers about so called long COVID Researchers at the national Institutes of health have found the virus that causes COVID-19 can spread within days to almost every organ system in the body and stay there for.

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05:21 min | 1 year ago

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"The Giants lose again I'll have that and more coming up in sports That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg daybreak on Bloomberg the 11th Rio New York Bloomberg 99 one Washington D.C. Bloomberg one O 6 one Boston Bloomberg 9 60 San Francisco Syria's XM one 19 and around the world on Bloomberg radio dot com and via the Bloomberg business act Good morning I'm Nathan Hager And I'm Karen Moscow U.S. futures are higher this morning We're coming up to 5 O one on Wall Street and we check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S&P futures have 9 points this morning down futures up 21 NASDAQ futures up 44 the Dax in Germany is up to tenths of a percent Ten year treasury up 5 30 seconds Yields 1.47% the yield on the two year .69% 9 X crude oil is down 1.1% down 82 cents at $72 97 cents a barrel This down a quarter percent or 4.8 cents at 1806 90 announced the Euro 1.1308 against the dollar Nathan Karen let's begin this morning with the omicron variant which is driving a new COVID surge around the world Here in the U.S. new daily cases are higher than they were during the delta wave though hospitalizations are lower Doctor Xi's job dean at Brown university's school of public health says he is hopeful this wave will pass as quickly as it started Certainly South Africa is a hopeful sign That this wave of infections that's sweeping across America is going to rise very very quickly But hopefully peak quickly and start coming down quickly as well Doctor Ashish jah spoke on Fox News Sunday heard here on Bloomberg radio Meantime a hospital in Israel is beginning a study into the safety and efficacy of fourth vaccine doses Sheba medical center will give the shots to a 150 medical workers who received third doses before August 20th Monitoring President Biden's top medical adviser is warning Americans not to get complacent about the omicron variant Doctor Anthony Fauci said the volume of cases could still overwhelm hospitals despite evidence that symptoms may be less severe The issue that we don't want to get complacent about is that when you have such a high volume of new infections it might override a real diminution in severity Doctor Fauci made the comments on ABC's this week her Sundays on Bloomberg radio Preliminary data from Scotland shows that omikron is ten times more likely than delta to infect people who have already had COVID There's a new study here in the U.S. Karen that could point to answers about so called long COVID Researchers at the national Institutes of health have found the virus that causes COVID-19 can spread within days to almost every organ system in the body and stay there for months The study also found COVID is capable of replicating in human cells well beyond the respiratory tract The pandemic is having a major impact on travel this holiday season Nathan and we get the story from Bloomberg's and Kate's There are more than 2800 flight cancellations in the U.S. over the Christmas weekend An increase in coronavirus cases led to shortages of airline crews on one of the busiest travel periods of the year Jet blue and Alaska air Each dropped more than 10% of their flights yesterday on Saturday United Delta and JetBlue canceled at least 12% of their flights Analysts say the disruptions may extend into the new year's holiday weekend and cates Bloomberg daybreak All right and thank you COVID cases are also hitting new records in Europe and that has UK prime minister Boris Johnson considering new restrictions for England Bloomberg's Leanne guerin's reports from London The prime minister is going to look again at the science surrounding the omicron COVID variant of choosing not to announce new measures in England before Christmas Last week Boris Johnson said there was not enough evidence but today he'll meet with ministers to discuss possible curbs Scotland Wales and Northern Ireland are brought in new rules for hospitality and they have closed nightclubs Meanwhile there is a new push for people to receive their vaccinations with NHS England announcing one and a half million appointments are still available to book this week 61% of adults have now had they boost a vaccine in London I'm Leanne guerin's Bloomberg daybreak Thank you Back in Washington The White House is looking to save what it can from President Biden's build back better plan Vice president Kamala Harris says they're not giving up on the legislation just yet and Bloomberg said Baxter has more Harris says they continue to work every day on getting it done and that the precedent says they will There are many times over the course of history where legislation was doomed to be dead And it still kept going the Affordable Care Act being one of the most recent examples or even the bipartisan infrastructure act now not deal Where lots of folks said it was dead on arrival Harris on CBS face the nation has heard here on Bloomberg says it's just too important to working people Harris says it will get done In San Francisco I'm at Baxter Bloomberg gay break Well it looks like consumers got it done over the holiday shopping season new data show retail sales jumped 8 and a half percent from last year We get more from Bloomberg stud prisoner The holiday season is defined as the period from November 1st through December 24th and data from Mastercard.

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03:43 min | 1 year ago

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"For and it won't increase the deficit we're actually going to do that in a way that keeps the strong momentum in the economy going White House economic aid Brian D made the comments on Fox News Sunday heard every week on Bloomberg radio Meantime President Biden plans to personally assure Americans on inflation he'll give a speech on the matter tomorrow At the same time markets are awaiting on his decision on the next Federal Reserve chair The White House says an announcement will come before a Thursday Karen The White House is losing its vaccinations chief vaccinations coordinator Bashar is leaving the administration to return to the private sector Joint President Biden's team during the transition last year and was charged with accelerating the vaccination effort When it comes to shots Nathan the effort right now is all about boosters doctor Anthony Fauci is urging adults to get booster shots now that they've approved are now that they're approved for everyone 18 and older There's no ambiguity about that and we really hope that people go out there and utilize this very important tool to optimize their status with regard to protection And Doctor Fauci made the comments on ABC's this week or Sunday is on Bloomberg radio Heading overseas now Karen COVID restrictions hit Europe today Austria has officially entered its fourth national lockdown Let's go live to Europe and get the very latest from Bloomberg's UN Potts Good morning and good morning Nathan and Karen Austrians are waking up this morning to find themselves living under another lockdown only permitted to leave the house for work essential shopping or exercise The European nation has already become the first in the region to make vaccines compulsory That policy starting in February is one of the measures which has seen thousands take to the streets in protest not just in Austria but also in the Netherlands and in Belgium In London I mean pots Bloomberg daybreak You win thank you despite the clamp down overseas Air traffic here in the U.S. for the Thanksgiving holiday is expected to approach pre-pandemic levels Should we get the story from Bloomberg Lisa Matteo U.S. airlines say they're prepared for what looks to be the busiest holiday travel period since the pandemic began The transportation security administration says roughly 2 million people a day are projected to fly during the holiday period Travelers may be considering their plans with some concern after recent headlines about thousands of canceled flights The nationwide labor shortage and tight staffing have also left many airport employees and flight crews stressed from working heavy overtime Airline workers also have had to contend with a spate of belligerent passengers amid the pandemic Lease Matteo Bloomberg daybreak Lisa thank you In corporate news this morning we have a possible tie up to tell you about Bloomberg news has learned monster beverage is exploring a combination with Constellation Brands That's the brewer of Corona beer Monster beverage has a market value of $47 billion Constellation Brands is worth 44 billion The exact structure of a potential deal and weather discussions will lead to a full merger are unclear at this point And shares of Astra space soaring more than 42% in early trading Nathan over the weekend the rocket builder reached orbit for the first time Astronaut joined SpaceX and virgin galactic and reaching orbit using privately funded rockets We could tell you equity futures are moving a bit higher Karen S&P futures are up 16 points right now Dow futures up a 125 NASDAQ futures on the rise by 70 points in the ten year treasury is down 6 30 seconds yield 1.56% in the yield on the two year .52 Straight ahead your latest local headlines into check of sports this is Bloomberg It's 5 O 7 on Wall Street We're 53° in Central Park Wet roads Reagan cars into each other The FDR drive has 96 straight Michael.

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05:18 min | 1 year ago

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"Brian. Well, we do have a couple headlines crossing the Bloomberg Terminal. The U. S House has the votes to pass the Energy Department, R and D build that vote ongoing And also, the House has the votes to pass the Science Foundation bill, so we'll be tracking those stories for you more coming up here on Bloomberg Radio. Meantime, Democrats are Questioning President Biden's authority to launch that strike on Iran backed militia near the Iraq Syria border and White House press Secretary Jen Psaki defending yesterday's attack China's President Xi Jinping, delivering an address honoring the ruling Communist Party as it celebrates its 1/100 anniversary. And she is also handing out some medals today. The number two in Japan's defence ministry says he's worried about China's long range missile capability. Hong Kong is banning passenger flights from Britain that starts on Thursday, and Britain is extremely high risk for Covid. According to Hong Kong UK cases are on the rise Spain among the country's limiting travel involving Britain, as well. And Toyota facing some heat for political donations to Republicans who tried to block President Biden's election victory. Global News 24 hours a day honored on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Denise Pellegrini. This is Bloomberg. All right. Well, let's get back to against Jo Anne Feeney, partner and portfolio manager at Advisors Capital Management, Joanne, just looking at the themes that you have in mind at the moment as we move forward and give us a sense of what you're looking at, in particular. And what are the stocks which match that trajectory? Right. Well, you know the reflation trade that's taking a little break here. We do expect that to come back in the fall, and so a few plays in that direction would include a company like T. J. Maxx. Where you know. Is it okay over the last 6 to 12 months, but we think they're really going to do well as folks go back into those stores, and so that I think is a really good opportunity. Very attractive valuations. We also expect housing and consumer related stocks more broadly to do well, a lot of savings in people's bank account. Look at a Williamson Oma, you know, fill up those houses that people are buying right now. Look at target. We expect that to continue to do well, but we also do see technology continuing. We saw it today. Obviously. But brought beyond that. I mean, look at the automotive sector pushing up the demand for semiconductors. Look at cloud confusing. Look at five G companies like Avago. Sorry, Broadcom. Corvo Qualcomm. We think these are all very attractive long term growth place. I'm curious Joannes. Whether or not the valuation on some of the stuff concerns you at all. Brian was talking about the S and P being in a record today. I think it intraday. We moved above the 10 year average on P E. I think the forward multiple now is greater than 30 times. You're not concerned about how expensive Pockets of this market happened to be I am very concerned about those certain pockets. And so that's why when we select individual starts and build portfolios for our clients were really looking for growth at a reasonable price, even in our more aggressive growth strategy or trying to find the growth that we can buy for them without paying too much, and it does take a lot more work to get there. And, you know, company like Facebook obviously had a great day. But there's still regulatory reason. It's a very expensive stock. You can go around those that were so good explosions, flavor security. The five G two autos again Broadcom is a good opportunity here, some of the smaller ones that people don't really know about, like a zebra attack or a stone company in Fintech. A lot of those names have pulled back. Company like an casino. You can find still good valuations, but you really have to do your research. Yeah, nobody saying you shouldn't do that. But looking at one of the major ones since the bite administration came into being we've surely got this moved towards, uh, zero carbon and you know much, much more Climate friendly administration. Are you doing anything in that regard? We are. We do have some specific investments in clean energy in some utilities that are leveraged to solar and wind, but also there's some subtle ways to get exposure to the ongoing climate change. Movement, and that is in some of the semiconductor suppliers that are really critical to building that industry and some of the tool suppliers and also voters and bearings and that sort of thing. So there are obvious ways to get exposure to clean energy and climate change plays overall, you know, train technology is a good one Honeywell as another one. Really going to be supplying into those types of investment. We'll see where this infrastructure the two parter goes from here. But Joanne before we let you go overseas, Give me 30. Seconds on whether or not you like foreign markets right now. We do and carefully us again growing more quickly and first, but the rest of the world will pick up as the vaccination spread. We actually like Brazil here for a number of opportunities. It has some of the worst problems in terms of covid. They're also really changing regulation on banking. And so there's Amazon type companies. Don't company I mentioned UM and B. C LTD. Is another one that's emerging in Brazil. So looks really beaten down. But that might be just the right time to get in and get some extortion..

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"This hour major storm targets the Northeast with more than a foot of snow on some areas after last week's game stopped frenzy. Retail traders move onto a new target. Republicans offer a new stimulus packages bipartisan support for the White House plan dwindles and Donald Trump changes his legal defense team just over a week before his impeachment trial. The nor'easter effects getting covert vaccines in the Tri State area, plus widespread condemnation from the U. S and the world after an apparent coup in Myanmar. I'm Michael Boner more hand. I'm John stand shower in sports losses for the Knicks, Nets and Islanders win to the Devil ST John's and ruptured. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg. Daybreak on Bloomberg he live in +30, New York. Bloomberg 99, 1 Washington, D. C. Bloomberg +1061. Boston. Bloomberg, 9, 60, San Francisco. Syria's exam 1 19 and around the world on Bloomberg radio dot com and by the Bloomberg Business Act. Good morning. I'm David Hager and I'm Karen Moscow. U S futures gaining to start the week. We're coming up to 501 on Wall Street and check the markets every 15 minutes Throughout the trading day on Bloomberg Futures again, Higher S and P Futures of 33 points down Features of 200. NASDAQ Futures of 137 or 1.1%, 10 Year Treasury down 4 30 seconds Yield 1.8% yield on the two year 20.10% Silver Futures are up more than 11% to $29.90 Comex gold is up 8/10 percent, or $14.50 at 18 64 80 announced Nathan Karen. We begin with a major storm bearing down on the Northeast, threatening more than a foot of snow in areas from D. C to Boston. Bloomberg meteorologist Rob Caroline joins us Now, with the latest drop. What's looking like? Nathan the worst. The storm system is over in the district in Baltimore, there just looks like some light rain, snow and sleet. Winter weather advisory only in effect of the district in Baltimore through 10. It's further to the North that we've got big problems today and tonight. For the tri state area around New York. We're looking at heavy snow 10 to 15 inches likely by the time it starts to wind down this evening, some of the suburbs 18 to 20 inches. There may be a few spots that pick up a little bit more. Austin will see the weather deteriorates this afternoon. Snow will be developing by mid day and becoming heavy by evening. Looks like a rough ride home in Southern New England of the Boston area could change the rain after midnight tonight. It looks like outside route 1 28, though it stays is all snow. Okay? Rob, What are we expecting this to wrap up? When does the snow end? Nathan, The district should be wrapping up by tomorrow morning. It also looks like accumulating precipitation is done in the New York City area by tomorrow. I think the Boston area will see some snow showers right into Wednesday, but the heaviest snowfall is tonight and it looks like inland areas around Boston could see 8 to 14 inches. I'm broad Caroline Bloomberg Daybreak. Right, Rob. Thank you and Robin are team will keep you up to date on the snow throughout the day here on Bloomberg radio. Meantime, let's move on to the markets for retail investors have a new target after last week's wild swings in game stop, it looks like Reddit. Traders are moving on to the commodity markets, and.

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