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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 9 months ago

"bloomberg world" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg World headquarters are losing week losing day on Wall Street has state traders. Bids for a heavily shorted stocks fueled speculation hedge funds will need to reduce their market exposure. Chris Marangi is co chief investment officer at Gabelli Funds. I think we all know how this is gonna end. Much like Kobe. We know it's going to end is probably gonna be a lot of pain for some people along the way, but it's probably going to end in tears for a lot of these retail investors and hedge funds. Indeed, another day of big moves for a lot of stocks popular in Internet chat rooms. Jim Paulsen is chief investment strategist at Leuthold. Weeden Capital. Just seems like you You can collude with Reddick platform on by acting in unison to target a specific security and move its price wherever you want to, with just a little bit of leverage. Um, I think that's a dest able izing force. I think it Z to me, sounds a lot like market manipulation and probably needs to be regulated from markets to the economy and consumer confidence hit another bump in the road in late January. That story from Bloomberg's Vinny del Jude eyes. The University of Michigan's national consumer sentiment Index edged lower late in the month. Other sign consumers are weary is the pandemic drags on, Even so, vaccine slowing infections and new stimulus darks and Washington off for some reason for optimism, And yet the Federal Reserve continues to warn covert 19 post is considerable economic risk. Detail to dice Bloomberg Radio. The S and P 500 Index fell. 73 points down 1.9% the Dow and S and P Now negative on the year, the Dow down 620 down 2% NASDAQ also down by 2%. Global use 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick, take power by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie Pellet. This is Bloomberg..

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"bloomberg world" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:01 min | 9 months ago

"bloomberg world" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Paella Tap. Bloomberg World headquarters are losing week losing day on Wall Street has state traders bids for a heavily shorted stocks fueled speculation hedge funds will need to reduce their market exposure. Chris Marangi is co chief investment officer at Gabelli Funds. I think we all know how this is gonna end. Much like Kobe. We know it's gonna, and they're probably gonna be a lot of pain for some people along the way. But it's probably going to end in tears for a lot of these retail investors and hedge funds. Indeed, another day of big moves for a lot of stocks popular in Internet chat rooms. Jim Paulsen is chief investment strategist at Leuthold. Weeden Capital. Just seems like you, you can collude With with Reddick platform on by acting in unison to target a specific security and move its price wherever you want to, with just a little bit of leverage. Um, I think that's a dest able izing force. I think it Z to me sounds a lot like market manipulation and probably needs to be regulated for markets to the economy and consumer confidence hit another bump in the road in late January. That story from Bloomberg's Vinny del Jude eyes. The University of Michigan's national consumer sentiment Index edged lower late in the month. Other sign consumers are weary is the pandemic drags on, Even so, vaccine slowing infections and new stimulus ducks and Washington off for some reason for optimism And yet the Federal Reserve continues to warn covert 19 post is considerable economic risk. Detail too nice. Bloomberg Radio. The S and P 500 Index fell. 73 points down 1.9%, the Dow and S and P Now negative on the year, the Dow down 620 down 2% NASDAQ also down by 2%. Global use 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick, take power by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie Pellet. This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg.

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"bloomberg world" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"bloomberg world" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is a Bloomberg business from Bloomberg World Headquarters. I'm Charlie Paletta down Thursday s and P down for Second day technology shares. The biggest decliners, let's begin with NASDAQ and the NASDAQ 100 Index. First of all, NASDAQ Down 140 a drop Today of 1.3%. NASDAQ 100 Index Down 1.5%. Facebook. Microsoft certainly weighed on the NASDAQ composite Today. Facebook Down 3.3% Microsoft Down 1% 1 of the tech name to move to throw in here, Apple Lord today by 1.6%. S and P 500 index down 28 to drop their of just about 8/10 of 1% The Dow Down 130 points down 5/10 of 1% At the worst level of the day the Dow has been down 384 down 1.4% We have got gold down 7/10 of 1% 1940 60 ounce 10 Year Yield 100.68% West Texas Intermediate crewed up 2.2% 41 0 for a barrel recapping stocks lower as some he down for a second day down 28 points a drop of 8/10 of 1%. I'm Charlie Pala pats of Bloomberg Business Flash. All right, Charlie really appreciate that update. So we've been watching a lot of virus headlines today. Moderna releasing details of a plan for analyzing the data from its cove in 19 vaccine trial, which is Well bit of unusual move kind of giving it under the hood. Look at the study of a top vaccine candidate and so much more going on. Let's talk about this race for a vaccine. Your bar. Xev is associate professor and deputy director of the International Vaccine Access Center, the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, a pediatric infectious disease. Physician statistical epidemiologist. He's got such a great background, Of course, the Bloomberg School of Public House supported by Michael R. Bloomberg founder Bloomberg LP, and Bloomberg Philanthropies now, or joining us on the phone from Baltimore is so nice to have you here on Bloomberg. This is your world and you look at research. You look at how to maximize the benefit of existing and future vaccines. So tell us about this race. What intrigues you? What do you think will be ultimately the answer? And where are we in this race for a vaccine and vaccinating the global population. Well, I think a few things that makes this some bit different to a standard race. You know, normally no race. You want to have some one winner and he wants to reach the finish line as soon as possible and in the trade. We really want to have multiple witnesses and we have multiple finish line. So we have, you know, finish line of having a vaccine. That's passive safety studies earlier than into the immunity necessity. Death one milestone. You didn't wanted to demonstrate actual efficacy in clinical trial that it reduces covert disease. You didn't want it to be able to be produced an effective to scale and available in enough doses, and that's another mountain. And then even when you have a product in the day after product lessons and ready to go, you still have another few slang, which is to get it to the people who need it. In each of those things are hurdles and need to be a common They can be overcome with collective effort and we join King have bested deploying have this to reach communities of Nate. And so in your estimation, dr Bars of what is the most important thing we need to know right now about where we are related to the most important milestones there. Clearly the next big thing that everybody's waiting for the faith, three results, The evidences of clinical efficacy and more evidence of safety. Safety can't be underestimated, Super important in any vaccine development, but it's even more important, I would say in the current climate that we were in, we think he's moving so quickly. With the community being understandably nervous about the deployment of what is a relatively new taxing on in some cases, and in talking, you platform. The vaccines. So we really need those pastries that isn't going to have proof of efficacy that it reduces disease. And we wanna have demonstrated safety that at least the sirens very large controlled trials go with things off on a reassuring Clearly safety even once the vaccine and deploy it will continue to be lied to continue to monitor for safety. And it is possible that will fear it serious side effects even after a century and then We need to have the mechanisms to hang. And in the worst case scenario withdraw product That would be the nation's happened before, but clearly what we want safety results. And even once we have that we know that the vaccine's working no. Please go ahead. Well, you know what I want to ask you. You talked about safety that they're going to continue to monitor it right? Because This is a fast process. It's not the usual process where we have years to look over. You know, safety. The safety consequences are you are you know bad negative impacts of a vaccine. But I do wonder. Do you think that's going to prevent people from taking it? I'm looking for is a lot of hesitancy in the community and before the lot of their residencies understandable, and they had a few issues when it comes to safety. It is clearly the harm that can be done from a direct shot. Effective vaccine. You know, we saw an example of AstraZeneca Pause for a few days. It's child because of concerns about that you could have happened on DH carried on with the trial, but we were also in a position where they you know, at least in the first round. The target audience going to be the target recipients are going to the older adults. Now older adults have generally poor health and I have helped that comes that it could anyway in them, you know, Imagine if there was a description of a run of strokes increase hospitalizations among A bunch of older adults who received the vaccine. Or if we hear about a lot of early pregnancy losses, for example, among women who make the vaccines unless we have the mechanisms to reassure the public that he is Either coincidental that they're not related or indeed that they might be related to the action. Unless we have a way of pretending that we can't with the hand on the hat, So yes, this is all good and we're ready to go on Deploy. So we do need to make isn't being placed to evaluate participants in Charles Long term and beyond. How, how quickly Once everybody starts taking a vaccine. When we start to see if there is something that's going to go wrong, how quickly Does it start doing even know to events? The more people are exposed to the vaccine? The more opportunity you have to see her soon. So if you give the vaccine to a million people will soon know if something happened one in every 50,000, for example. But they're also side effects that the most effective might be that the initial side effects is comfort around. Receiving the vaccine happens in the back the 1st 48 hours. People are looking for side effects, maybe up to two weeks, but We'll need to continue to the vaccine and this effect well beyond that time, and so even if I've given a million people vaccine today, I'm only going to know that side effect today. I'm not going to know what will happen in a year from now. And he will need to be a long term surveillance right? And there will be. Many of those studies are going up to two years in Germany. Will the folding all right, stick with us? We're going to continue this conversation because this is what it all comes down to. In many ways on DH now our bar Xev. He is an absolute expert on this deputy director of the International Vaccine Access Center. And that access piece I think is something we want to talk about as well. The access and distribution certainly key to all of this, And we've heard again some mixed messages, even the last 24 hours. About that here in the United States. Well, for those of you listening in New York and San Francisco watching on YouTube. Bloomberg BusinessWeek continues right here. We are going to continue that conversation about vaccines. If you're listening on Bloomberg, 99 1.

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"bloomberg world" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"bloomberg world" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg World is listening. This's balance of power. Bloomberg television and radio. I'm David Westerns. Time we get a check on the markets for that we turn to scarlet food. Scott, What are they doing? Well, David, it's more record highs here for the S and P. 500, the NASDAQ the fourth straight record high for both those indexes right now we're back to the tech drives everything. Stock market rally. Clearly, the outperformer here is tech and tech related companies. You've got sales for us coming in with Bloch West results, Jeffries called a monster B and raise second quarter Netflix also popping, you can see gains of 9% there. The Wall Street Journal Reporting that TIC tac is Asking that flex to join in on the bidding. All the Netflix denied that it's taking part Adobe perhaps up in sympathy, and Facebook, gaining almost 5%. And, of course, the backdrop here is improving ties between the U. S and China at least when it comes to the face, one trade deal Bloomberg is reporting China said to buy a record amount of soybeans from the U. S this year, so the effect tracks soybeans SA Y B is trading at around 51 high. You can see the study grind higher over the past three months of 7.5% gain. Even bury strategists are capitulating. You have to buy his Levkovich over a Citigroup, raising his urine target for the S and P 533 100 from 2900. And he says that is because in large part of the Federal Reserve, so when you talk about the Federal Reserve, Of course, we've got J. Paolo, the Fed chairs. Speech tomorrow at Jackson Hole, the virtual Jackson Hole symposium, and that is helping Dr Bonds lower and pushing yields up. He's expected to say the central bank will keep rates lower for longer. We're thinking at least the next five years. That's according to people who are kind of gazing into the crystal ball, and also to say that the Federal Reserve will tolerate faster inflation, perhaps above its 2% target. We also have a five year auction of Five year auction notes. An auction of five notes there ago at 1 P.m. today will be looking for that love supply coming into market and seeing if the market can absorb all that, David Thank you so much. It's a healthy reminder that despite the conventions, everything really it's the Fed that matters. Thanks so much to Bloomberg. Scarlet Fu up next one of the standout speakers at the Republican Convention this week. Democrat Vernon.

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"bloomberg world" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"bloomberg world" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From Bloomberg World headquarters in New York. I'm Doug Prisoner. Five PM on Wall Street, a mixed session for the equity market, with the S and P and the NASDAQ closing at all time highs, but weakness and Chevron dragging the Dow down. A little more than 2/10 of 1%. Shares in Chinese firms Trading here in the states were down from session highs today. That was after the State Department asked colleges and universities to divest From Chinese holdings in their endowments. Ali Baba ended up 9/10 of 1%, but well off the best level of the day and we had shares in a 10 Cent weaker by just 1/10 of 1% of the end of the US session. Goldman Sachs and the government of Malaysia has signed off on the agreement to finalize Thiss $3.9 billion settlement. Over the one MDB scandal. The state fund as you might recall was at the centre of global investigations into corruption and money laundering. Goldman chairs today popping by a little bit more than 1% in the late US session. Amazon shares today finishing up by more than 4% to a record high 33 12 Tesla, also at a closing record with a gain of more than 2.5%. 18 87 1 of the big losers. Today, Cold stock was down more than 14%. The pandemic forced the company to shutter some stores at least temporarily, and that produced obviously declining sales and produced a quarterly loss so holes today down by more than 14% US 10 Year Treasury last quoted in New York at a yield of 66 basis points. A lot of weakness in the dollar today. Bloomberg Dollar spot index down a half of 1%. We've got a stronger yen and a stronger offshore Chinese.

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"bloomberg world" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"bloomberg world" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Whole lot of President Trump said it could signed the executive order before the end of the week. I'm Rich Johnson and I'm Charlie Pellet at Bloomberg World. Hank Waters, Tech stocks slumped a small caps gained. It was AH mixed Friday, with the S and P and the Dow both advancing NASDAQ declined on the weak. The S and P 500 index was up 2.5%. America's labor market made up more lost ground in July, though payrolls recovered at roughly 1/3 of June's pace. And with more Here's Bloomberg's Vinny Del Giudice, the government's data signal the economy is gradually improving. Despite the surge in Corona virus infections. The economy regained 1.8 million jobs in July, but payrolls air still down by 13 million this year. God Look, it's uncertain. His businesses use up the last of their federal loans and reduced unemployment benefits. Pressure. Consumer spending Vinny Del True dice Bloomberg radio reaction to the report from Tiffany Wilding, chief economist at Pimco. Clearly, it was a it was a stronger than expected report. But I think we have to keep in mind here that the state is lagging in terms of when it says that July report. It really means halfway through July, because that's when the survey has taken, so it's really capturing halfway through June to halfway through July, and economics Professor Danny Blanche, florid Dartmouth College says it is tough to extrapolate these numbers. This is unprecedented territory. We've never seen anything any dip of the kind that we saw, not even so much necessarily the scale of the dip but the speed, so there's really no precedent. Baker Hughes says. Drillers cut exploration and U. S oil fields to a 15 year lows. Billions of barrels from old discoveries became worthless. And Explorers abandoned growth plans as stumpy up two points a little changed up less than 1/10 of 1%. The Dow up 47 up two tents that stack down 97 down 9/10 of 1%. Global used 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take power by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie Pellet. This is Bloomberg..

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"bloomberg world" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From Bloomberg World Headquarters. I'm Charlie Appellate. We move into the final hour of trading on this. Thursday, July 23rd doubt the S and P. No stack all or off session lows close to the bottom, though stocks are falling after an unexpected rise in jobless claims rekindled concern the economic recovery has stalled. The dollar weekend Treasuries rose SNP slipping from a four month I led by losses in technology and consumer discretionary shares. Here's where we stand. The S and P 500 index is now lower by 37 points. That's a drop of 1.1%. The Dow is down 337. That is a drop of 1.2% on NASDAQ is down 225 dropped their of 2.1% 10 years up for 30 seconds, with a yield of 300.58%. Gold up 1% Now with 18. 89 the ounce the higher by $18.35. Sam was Texas enemy, the accrued lower by 1.7% 41 19 a barrel on West Texas Intermediate crude. As for the economic Outlook, Bill Dudley is former president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. He is now a research scholar at Princeton University. I don't think we're going to see a full back to where we were, You know, in March, April May But the recovery is going to be a point to do. The unemployment rate is going to stay for quite some time. And as a consequence of that monetary policy is going to be on hold it. American Airlines Group in Southwest Airlines are taking a cautious approach to their third quarter flight schedules is the Corona virus pandemic worsens in the US Southwest has bookings have stalled in July with.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"bloomberg world" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg World headquarters in New York. I'm Doug Prisoner. Let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets. Softbank Group has hired Goldman Sachs to help it sell its data and service management unit called Treasure Data. We're told, Softbank is seeking a price of about a $1,000,000,000 right now. In the Tokyo session, Softbank is up by more than 2%. Jack Mas and Group is seeking evaluation north of $200 billion. The company is getting ready to go public in both Hong Kong and Shanghai. We're told this AIPO could raise about $10 billion now. During the U. S session, We had a rally in tech shares, leading the NASDAQ composite higher by more than 2.5%. One all time high 7 10,067 shares an Amazon were up nearly 8%. Then after the bell, IBM reported quarterly revenue above estimates. Cloud sales helped the company offset a decline in consulting services shares were up 4.7% in late US trade, AstraZeneca released results from its early vaccine studies, they showed promise, although analyst did express some concern about whether this vaccine can match those From competitors Years and AstraZeneca and in the New York session, down 4%. Meantime, German biotech firm BYO N Tek and Fizer reported additional data from their experimental covert 19 vaccine. It showed the vaccine was safe and induced an immune response in patients bio in tech shares were up 3.5%. In New York trading, Pfizer picked up 7/10 of 1%. We checked markets every 15 minutes here on Bloomberg. In Hong Kong, Hang Sang is up 1.6%. Shanghai composite, up 3/10 of 1% Danica had 6/10 of 1% and the cost be hired by 1.3%. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analyst in more than 120 countries. This.

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"bloomberg world" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"bloomberg world" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg world headquarters in New York on deck prisoner let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets US equities closed at record highs largely because the temperature between the U. S. in Iran was a bit lower relative to what was felt earlier this week and there was optimism on the US China trade story given the fact that China has confirmed its trade delegation will be in Washington next week to sign the phase one deal apple shares finished at a record high in the New York session at three hundred nine sixty three that move came on board iPhone sales in China surged most recent data show smart phone shipments from apple group nearly nineteen percent year on year in the month of December China is considering increasing its importation of ethanol this would be a way of achieving a nationwide target to use more bio fuel this year we are told to boosting overseas purchases of ethanol is one option another option is importing the raw materials needed to make ethanol that would include corn and sorghum food delivery company GrubHub is insisting it's not for sale the company says there is quote unequivocally no process to sell and no plans to do so earlier both the Wall Street journal and the New York Post reported GrubHub was considering a sale and the U. S. jobs report will be released in the next U. S. session eight thirty AM Wall Street time this will be the final report for twenty nineteen and will have special coverage on Bloomberg radio we check markets every fifteen minutes here on Bloomberg the end weaker at one oh nine fifty four and in Tokyo the Nikkei is higher by two tenths of one percent hang sang is down less than a tenth of one percent in Shanghai the composite index weaker by three tenths of one percent the cost be higher by four tenths of one percent and in Sydney the SX two hundred is up seven tenths of one percent global news twenty four hours a day and on quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more then one hundred twenty countries this is Bloomberg.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"bloomberg world" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters the U. S. assassination of Iran's General Qasem Soleimani has sent a shudder through risk assets overriding the optimism that's been generated by progress on an initial trade deal between the US and China middle eastern stock markets sank today continuing a sell off that began at the end of last week as news of the assassination emerged developing nations stocks currencies and bonds dropped by the most since November on Friday and analysts are expecting Asian markets to react when Monday trading begins Saudi Aramco the world's most profitable company tumbled one point seven percent today that's the most in more than two weeks this as the U. S. killing of Iran's most prominent general last week triggered fresh concern of a wider conflict in the Gulf region Aramco still has some built in protection because the shares are mostly in the hands of those with lots of experience in regional politics which softens the selling pressure at times of tension Saudi government institutions invested almost two point three billion dollars in the Saudi Aramco IPO democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said he would halt the sale of vaping products until more research about their affects is conducted that's even more of a restriction on the trump administration's partial ban on the sale of flavor products speaking in des Moines Iowa yesterday Biden said there needs to be serious scientific data as to whether or not it has the kind of long term damage on the lungs and it causes death before we allow it to be sold the December jobs report is on the economic calendar for the week ahead it's due out on Friday the jobs report is expected to show the unemployment rate in the U. S. held steady at a fifty year low of three and a half percent global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg.

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Bloomberg Best

01:19 min | 2 years ago

Today's Top Business News

"I'm dead prisoner at Bloomberg world headquarters in New York let's check this hour's top business stories in the markets the U. S. says Chinese vice premier Leo we'll be in the U. S. early next month for trade talks treasury secretary Stephen Yushin made the announcement in Houston also said the visit to American farmers by a Chinese delegation will be rescheduled after being abruptly cancelled late last week at the same time we are told China is buying nine hundred thousand tonnes of U. S. soy Facebook has agreed to acquire the start up control labs the company build software to let people control a digital avatar using only their thoughts we are told Facebook is paying anywhere between five hundred million to a billion dollars board members of we work are considering calling for the ouster of company C. E. O. Adam Newman we're told the board is expected to discuss the prospect as soon as this week apple said the next version of its high end macbook pro desktop computer will be assembled in Texas this move came after the company received terror of waivers from the U. S. on key components. Anheuser Busch InBev has priced the Hong Kong initial public offering of its Asian unit at twenty seven Hong Kong dollars apiece this is at the bottom end of the market

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Pfizer in talks to merge off-patent drugs business with Mylan

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02:00 min | 2 years ago

Pfizer in talks to merge off-patent drugs business with Mylan

"I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters two big themes will dominate this week on Wednesday the federal reserve wraps up a two day meeting in Washington with an interest rate decision investors are expecting a quarter point rate cut to come out of that meeting also almost three months after a breakdown in trade talks Chinese and American negotiators meet again in Shanghai this week two days of talks are set to restart on Tuesday deep tensions remain and there are mixed signals from both sides Charles Henry Munch how is C. E. O. L. mail capital he says the trump administration is balancing possible recession against being seen as soft on trade we are in the pre election year we don't see Mr trump taking too much we can respond that sites he wants to avoid economic recession at any price but on the other hand is the one to do it in front of the Chinese Montero was interviewed on Bloomberg daybreak also on the agenda this week earnings reports quite a lot of companies are set to report including apple master card yeah Chrysler Toyota G. E. and beyond meat representatives from Europe China and Russia nations they're still committed to the Iran nuclear deal plan to meet with Iran's representative in Vienna today to discuss how to save the accord the meeting of diplomats takes place after Iran surpassed the deal stockpile and enrichment limits has learned exact sciences Corp which is developing tests for cancer and is the maker of the Colo guard colon cancer test is in advanced talks to acquire genomic health for about two point eight billion dollars this to boost its cancer testing business genomic health business also centers around cancer screenings the source says an agreement could be announced as early as this week but discussions could still be delayed or fall apart global news twenty four hours a day on air had it checked out on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg these

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"bloomberg world" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters Bloomberg has learned Fizer plans to combine its off patent business which includes a Lipitor a cholesterol pills and male impotence drug **** with Mylan envy and form a generic drug giant the source says the deal if completed could be announced as early as Monday is it in Donald Trump says China may wait until the twenty twenty U. S. presidential election is over to sign a trade agreement this because Beijing he says would prefer to reach a deal with the Democrats but trump predicted when I win like almost immediately they're all going to sign deals Bloomberg has learned flight simulations show Boeing might be right when it says a relatively easy software fix could return the seven thirty seven Max to the air the flaw was revealed last month but a source says the problem didn't occur as the result of a computer hardware fault your base Apollo global management is examining its co founders ties to disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein Leon black is said to have turned to abstain even years after obscene was convicted of sex offenses he's currently facing federal charges that he molested and exploited teenage girls obscene has pleaded not guilty to those charges every corporate board in the S. and P. five hundred now has a woman on it the story from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett Copart Inc the last company of the index without a female director last week appointed Cyrus one chief financial officer Diane more field to its board of directors earlier this year Skechers on tripadvisor also added women the final stretch of progress has been slow in two thousand about eighty six percent of S. and P. five hundred companies had at least one woman on their board according to Spencer Stuart the last fourteen percent of companies have taken almost twenty years to close the gap global news twenty four hours a day on air and it took took on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg this is a masters in business with very results on Bloomberg radio my special guest this week is Nathan sheets he is the chief economist and head of global macro economic research at P. Jim.

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"bloomberg world" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"bloomberg world" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg business for Bloomberg world headquarters Charlotte held up Tuesday here with the Dow the NASDAQ making up some of yesterday's declined. Folks. Trunk thick I'll Corp Bunka ringing that closing bell stocks rebounding from the worst round four months as President Trump moved to reassure markets that he will clinch a trade deal with China, but US stocks did finish well off their session highs. The Dow up two hundred eleven points at the close that to gain of eight tenths of one percent of the best level today. The Dow had been up three hundred sixty three points up one point four percent P ending the session with a gain of twenty two points up eight tenths of one percent again best love of the day. The S and P have been up forty points higher by one and a half percent. So tech takes the helm is the S and P rallies. Nasdaq up today by eighty seven points, a gain of one point one percent utilities, by the way, the only sector down on another. Otherwise update the tenured on three thirty seconds. The old two point four one percent. Gold down two tenths of one percent. Twelve ninety seven the ounce. West Texas intermediate crude oil up one point one percent, sixty one seventy two barrel as for US markets in the interest rate backdrop Henley Smith is senior relationship manager at stone castle cash management, and he was our guest moments ago right here on Bloomberg BusinessWeek. I don't think you have to fight the fed here that they are building the case for an easing later on this year. I think if you look at the numbers, the sediment is well over seventy percent that the next move will be an EAS by the Federal Reserve, but I follow some other fed presidents and other governors, and I think they're keeping the case, you know, keeping their options open at this point and update for both lift and Uber Uber picking.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"bloomberg world" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters Federal Reserve, chairman Jerome Powell made clear he and his colleagues aren't in any hurry to adjust interest rates as growth slows and inflation stays tame. Diane Swonk chief economist at grant Thornton says looking ahead. That's the right move. I'm still worried about a recession in two thousand twenty that's related to China. Not just trade deficit is related to global growth and global growth is something I'm really watching closely because we're not an island, and we are not insulated from what happens bride Powell also said yesterday FOMC policymakers are discussing how to wrap up the selling that the feds been doing as it tries to normalize its balance sheet. Meantime, quantitative easing, maybe be on bond fund managers minds as they note flagging global growth and take stock of efforts to combat it managers. Bloomberg spoke to warn that with the fed funds target in a range of two and a quarter to two and a half percent. Fed officials won't have nearly the room to us. Interest rates to fight a downturn. And so might need to return to buying bonds. Tesla bowl who used to bet against the company thinks it's stock is poised for rebound Andrew left, the founder of Citron research wrote in a report he forecasts tesla shares to rise back to three hundred twenty dollars sock has slumped since the end of February closing at two eighty four fourteen yesterday after CEO Elon Musk slashed, tesla prices and announced the company will close almost all at stores left. Also published a photo that hinted at what the new model s would look like. But tesla is saying today that photo is not the new model S S and P five hundred index closed slightly lower yesterday for its fifth straight drop in the worst week of the year, the S and P five hundred was down two point two percent this week global news twenty four hours a day on air and it ticked up on Twitter. Powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg..

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"bloomberg world" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"bloomberg world" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Krizner at Bloomberg world headquarters in New York. Let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets after the bell here in the states Intel reported fourth quarter, revenue below estimates. The company also said that revenue for the current quarter will be disappointing Intel said, it's data center customers have inventory and have cut orders. We had shares Intel down more than seven percent in late US session. Meantime, Starbucks reported quarterly results above estimates. And the company said same store sales in China were up just one percent last quarter. Well, that's better than the surprise drop reported early. Last summer, we had Starbucks shares finishing up two percent in late US trading on bond insurance group is said to be exploring the sale of the Manhattan office building that houses, it's US headquarters. We are told the company has solicited proposals from potential advisors as it considers offloading. The office portion of seven seventeen Fifth Avenue, we are chairs and Fannie Mae. And Freddie, MAC rallying in the last session. That was. After political reported, the White House will announce a plan by next month to end government control of Fannie, and Freddie in a bid to resolve a long debate over the fate of two dominant players in the US mortgage market, and we had shares in the California utility PGA surging seventy five percent. That's after a state investigation cleared, the company of liability for the deadliest California wildfire from two thousand seventeen we check markets every fifteen minutes here on Bloomberg right now. In tokyo. The Nikkei is up. One percent. Hang Seng higher by more than one point two percent. In Seoul, the kospi. Had one percent in Sydney. The ASX. Two hundred is up eight tenths of one percent. And on the mainland. Shanghai composite is up one half of one percent. The US ten year treasury in the Tokyo session with the yield of two point seven two percent. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. This is Bloomberg. How're banks position for the next crisis? The world's biggest bankers gave Bloomberg there. Take at the World Economic Forum in Davos end-june. Barclays CEO Staley says it's likely there will be another financial crisis potentially in the credit markets Staley spoke with Bloomberg's Francine LA the banks are in very good shape around the world the level of capitalisation is a multiple. Our our capital risk weighted assets at Barclays is more than three and a half times. What it was in two thousand and seven the calculation of risk on our balance sheet is two or three times more stringent than it was in two thousand seven the level of the quantity that we are. Required to hold. I think the banking system, actually, whilst I know more than likely there will be a financial crisis. It will probably occur somewhere else in the financial ecosystem. They actually think this time. There's a chance the banks will be the buffer as opposed to the cause. Where did you see the next crisis coming from? I what region the reasoning is. If what I would say is is there's an extremely high amounts of debt that's been accrued both in sovereign balance-sheets as well as corporate balance sheets on the back of essentially zero risk free interest rates. And then I think. The banking sector has shrank dense capacity to take on debt on its own balance sheet that debt has gone to instruments like collateralized loan obligations called ceelo's. They've gone into more more investment products that have new challenges that were created in two thousand seven. So I think the question is going to be whether there'll be some sort of a quantity shock around credit overall, and whether that will pull credit away from the capital markets in put issuers under pressure. We sort of saw that in December zero high yield debt issued in the world in December. And there are a lot of companies that have high yield bonds that need to roll them over if that had extended I'm talking about extension of governments that had extended into the first quarter that itself, I think would have created potentially a credit shock and talk to me about a little bit about know. Potential shock from a no deal breaks. It I would it be a systemic risk and are the banks ready. Are you ready? Clearly, they'll be enormous level of uncertainty coming into the twenty eighth th twenty ninth of March. If we don't have a more organiz exit from from the European Union. We already feel that. Now, I think there's no question. There's been an economic costs paid by the UK consumer and UK industry because this uncertainty has gone on for so long, our obligation as the Bank is to make sure that no matter what happens. Barclays will be open, and we will be we have restructured itself. So we can do all the business tomorrow that we can do to day. But you know, there's going to be a lot of secondary shock effects. If it is indeed, a hard Brexit, and I don't think that would be constructive either for the European Union or for the or the UK European banks. Don't get better they always going to be second best to the US banks unless they consolidate. No, I don't think Barclay's the second best to a US Bank. We just announced the largest buyout of public company in the United Kingdom. That's the largest deal done in Europe in the last ten years, and that's led by Barclays, but you need consolidation to make European banks stronger. I just three things you need to think about when when when you had this conversation. Around consolidation. One is in retail banking scale matters in your national market. So so why don't you about the scale of Barclays in our retail Bank? I look at Lloyds, and I look at Scotland I don't care about the size of Bank of America in the US by Moynihan's not open it back. American branch in Manchester and Liverpool. And I don't think he is. It doesn't matter who we're talking about scale and retail banking. You look to your national market in investment banking scale does have value, and you know, we have the same balance sheet risk assets and balancing that Morgan Stanley does. So Barclays has the scale today to compete with the large American banks, and you see that in terms of are gaining market share in terms of our activities and debt capital markets. And then if you don't have the scale, if you talk to any investment banker who has been to a merger of two investment banks. They will tell you. They do not work talked to someone from DOJ Pakistan from First Boston talked to someone from Jay. Morgan and Bear Stearns in I was their merger of investment banks does not work as a way to get scale. So I think we have the scale, and I think that's one of our advantages because you can't buy your way into having that scale, and then finally, and perhaps the most important issue runs consolidation. Every Bank that you'll talk to hear recognizes that we are in a race around technology, fintech companies or big tech companies. We need to digitize our consumer offering we need to laugh electric trading. We need to protect data in a safe secure environment. We need to go to the cloud. That is an incredible amount of work for all the banks. If you do a major merger today, just the process of trying to integrate your systems, you're putting a heartbreak on any innovation platform. And.

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Bloomberg, Jay Jay And Johnson discussed on Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Bloomberg, Jay Jay And Johnson discussed on Rush Limbaugh

"The patriots three point favorites over the LA Rams twelve four now Bloomberg market minute. Being brought to you by the Holland grip retirement wealth advisers, stocks are lower to start the holiday-shortened week. The Dow Jones industrials are down one hundred ninety three points to twenty four thousand five thirteen. The NASDAQ is down seventy eight the S and P five hundred down twenty five points. Johnson and Johnson shares are lower. Jay Jay's fourth quarter results topped analysts forecasts, but the pharmaceutical company predict sales growth will slow in two thousand nineteen. There was a big drop last month and the number of houses changing hands across the country. The. National association of realtors reports sales of existing homes fell six point four percent. In December homes were selling at an annual rate of just under five million the slowest in nearly three years and UBS clients pulled thirteen billion dollars in assets during the market meltdown at the end of last year. The based Bank says volatility protectionism and geopolitical tensions are still weighing on investors from Bloomberg world headquarters, I'm Jeff Bellinger for NewsRadio nine seventy WFL. A it's my name on the door. You bet I want things done a certain way every idea has to be best for the client back when I first got into this business financial advisors were mostly tied to those big name companies. They have that broad name recognition, but they were restricted in the products and services that they could offer. I just didn't want to do things that way. So even though people weren't exactly knocking my door down at first. I knew in the long run being independent would help. Me better serve my clients. So that is my

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"bloomberg world" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg world" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters u s forces will remain in northeastern Syria until Turkey agrees, not to go. After the Kurds that according to national security advisor, John Bolton speaking today. Clarifying that President Donald Trump is committed to protecting opposition allies. Bloomberg has learned to Sears holdings is preparing to potentially liquidate this after chairman Eddie Lampert bid to buy several hundred stores out of bankruptcy fell. Short of bankers. Qualifications. His ESL. Hedge fund could still make a last-minute improvement to its bid before a status hearing on Tuesday. It'll be all about that Brexit when the UK parliament returns from its holiday break tomorrow. The big question is whether Prime Minister Theresa may can persuade a hostile house of comments to back the withdrawal agreement. She has struck up with the European Union vote is currently set for the week of January fourteenth with oil prices down OPEC's strategy. You stabilize the market might look like it's not working, but the strategy of output restraint has continued to deliver. What matters most higher revenue for the OPEC economies. Bloomberg numbers show the nominal value of the group's crude production surged by thirty three percent last year this as supply cuts from OPEC and its allies boosted the average price of oil west Texas intermediate was last quoted at forty seven ninety six a barrel. Congo's government today postponed the release of the results of last weekend's presidential election that fueled suspicion that president Joseph Kabila's ruling party is maneuvering declaring the power now..

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"bloomberg world" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg world" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters. US forces will remain in northeastern Syria until Turkey agrees, not to go. After the Kurds that according to national security adviser, John Bolton speaking today. Clarifying that President Donald Trump is committed to protecting opposition allies. Bloomberg has learned to Sears holdings is preparing to potentially liquidate this after chairman Eddie Lampert bid to buy several hundred stores out of bankruptcy fell. Short of bankers. Qualifications. His ESL. Hedge fund could still make a last-minute improvement to its bid before a status hearing on Tuesday. It'll be all about that Brexit when the UK parliament returns from its holiday break tomorrow. The big question is whether Prime Minister Theresa may can persuade a hostile house of comments to back the withdrawal agreement. She has struck up with the European Union vote is currently set for the week of January fourteenth with oil prices down OPEC's strategy. As you stabilize the market might look like it's not working, but the strategy of output restraint has continued to deliver. What matters most higher revenue for the OPEC economies. Bloomberg numbers show the nominal value of the group's crude production surged by thirty three percent last year this as supply cuts from OPEC and its allies boosted the average price of oil west Texas intermediate was last quoted at forty-seven Ninety-six a barrel. Congo's government today postponed the release of the results of last weekend's presidential election that fueled suspicion that president Joseph Kabila's ruling party is maneuvering declaring.

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"bloomberg world" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg world" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters u s forces will remain in northeastern Syria until Turkey agrees, not to go. After the Kurds that according to national security adviser, John Bolton speaking today. Clarifying that President Donald Trump is committed to protecting opposition allies. Bloomberg has learned to Sears holdings is preparing to potentially liquidate this after chairman Eddie Lampert bid to buy several hundred stores out of bankruptcy fell. Short of bankers. Qualifications. His ESL. Hedge fund could still make a last-minute improvement to its bid before a status hearing on Tuesday. It'll be all about that Brexit when the UK parliament returns from its holiday break tomorrow. The big question is whether Prime Minister Theresa may can persuade a hostile house of comments. To back the withdrawal agreement. She has struck up with the European Union vote is currently set for the week of January fourteenth with oil prices down OPEC's strategies, you stabilize the market might look like it's not working, but the strategy of output restraint has continued to deliver. What matters most higher revenue for the OPEC economies. Bloomberg numbers show the nominal value of the group's crude production surged by thirty three percent last year this as supply cuts from OPEC and its allies boosted the average price of oil west Texas intermediate was last quoted at forty seven ninety six a barrel. Investors will be focusing on comments from Federal Reserve officials in the coming week. Bloomberg's Karen Moskow reports the fed releases minutes of its December policy meeting on Wednesday necessarily day, we hear from it light effect President Rafael Bostick, Chicago's Charles Evans, and Boston's Eric Rosengren fed chairman Jerome Powell addresses the economic club of Washington Thursday. Karen Moskow Bloomberg. Radio. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and it ticked up on Twitter. Powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg..

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Federal Reserve, Bloomberg And Bloomberg World discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:11 sec | 3 years ago

Federal Reserve, Bloomberg And Bloomberg World discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"Arizona state Appalachian state delivered a forty five thirteen trouncing of middle Tennessee in the New Orleans bowl and Georgia Southern edged eastern Michigan twenty three twenty one in the chameleon. I'm Barbara Kusak. And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters as UK Prime Minister Theresa may prepares to face lawmakers in parliament tomorrow her team is pushing back on claims that cabinet ministers have been working on the possibility of a second referendum on leaving the European Union. A Brexit do over maze education secretary and chief of staff denied there are preparations for a second Brexit referendum. A are denying published reports newspapers that one could be in the works bond. Traders are all but certain the Federal Reserve will tighten policy this week this centers on officials latest forecasts for interest rates and the economy and whether to and ten year yields will invert following the inversion earlier in the month of three and five year yields the ten year note last quoted at yield of two point eight nine percent. The two year yield last quoted at two point seven three percent. Economists say the Federal Reserve could shift gears in two thousand hundred after raising interest rates next week more from blue. Bloomberg's Vinny Del Judas. The fed is titan three times since the start of the year and another quarter point hike is expected Wednesday. Looking further ahead. A Bloomberg survey of economists says the fed will make just two moves next year amid forecasts for slower economic growth depending on March and September Vinny Del Giudice, Bloomberg radio. On the economic calendar this week along with the Fed's decision on interest rates. We get reads on housing starts. Existing home sales, durable goods orders and personal income and spending. Several companies will report earnings this week among them that ex general mills and Nike.

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Russian Fighter Intercepts US Aircraft; Pentagon Says Came "Very Close"

Bloomberg Best

00:22 sec | 3 years ago

Russian Fighter Intercepts US Aircraft; Pentagon Says Came "Very Close"

"Out the vote effort, the Pentagon says a Russian fighter jet, flew close to US military reconnaissance plane and international airspace over the Black Sea for twenty five minutes today. Correspondent Barbara Starr the last such unsafe unprofessional encounter by the Russians was in January. The US thought these were pretty much put to bed if you will. But apparently the Russians back at it. On Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average rose one hundred ninety one points, the S and P gained fifteen the NASDAQ down twenty eight I'm Ann Cates. And I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg world headquarters in New York. Let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets. The broom the Bloomberg new economy form is now underway in Singapore. And it was there the Chinese vice-premier Wong Chee. Sean one of China's best known economic reformers said China is willing to talk to the US on the current trade dispute. Sears holdings is said

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Comcast outbids Fox with $39 billion offer for Sky in auction

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

Comcast outbids Fox with $39 billion offer for Sky in auction

"It's founder he resigned from Papa John's is summer over his of a racial slur. I'm Ann Cates. And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters are big time media acquisition moved forward today. Comcast had the highest bid and a quick fire auction of Skype ELC that deals Rupert Murdoch's twenty th Century Fox a potential knockout blow in the battle for Europe's largest satellite broadcaster, the UK takeover panel says Comcast offered twenty two dollars fifty nine cents a share for sky compared with FOX's twenty dollars. Forty eight

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JP Morgan chief Dimon says shouldn't have made remarks about Trump

Fox News Sunday

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

JP Morgan chief Dimon says shouldn't have made remarks about Trump

"And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters. The Wall Street Journal reports Amazon dot com is conducting an investigation into employees that are said to be giving sellers on its e commerce program. Confidential. Data for a fee employees are allegedly selling information on sales and searches

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Amazon aims to crack down on employees who sell confidential info to merchants

CBS Sports Radio (Web Stream Only)

00:22 sec | 3 years ago

Amazon aims to crack down on employees who sell confidential info to merchants

"The Wall Street Journal reports Amazon dot com is conducting an investigation into implies that are said to be giving sellers on its e commerce program. Confidential. Data for a fee employees are allegedly selling information on sales and searches to the independent merchants that operate on the site and providing away to delete negative reviews that may help sellers products appear higher in search

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President Donald Trump, Senator Thom Tillis and Florence Typhoon discussed on This Week

This Week

00:16 sec | 3 years ago

President Donald Trump, Senator Thom Tillis and Florence Typhoon discussed on This Week

"SNL crew will serve as their writing staff. This is the seventy if annual primetime EMMY awards, I'm Carey. She maker the Golden Globe awards are going to stay on the peacock network for a while the Hollywood Foreign Press association and dick Clark productions have agreed

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Florence continues to cause flooding

Bloomberg Opinion

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

Florence continues to cause flooding

"Number one. Alabama is an old miss sixth-ranked, Wisconsin hosts BYU and number twenty two USC heads to Darrell k Royal stadium in Austin. The take on the Texas longhorns. I'm TJ teeny. For the first time, an openly gay woman will lead the Federal Reserve Bank. Fifty five year old Mary Daly will take the helm of the Federal Reserve of San Francisco on October first she replaces John Williams who left to head the New York fed daily's edition brings the total number of female presidents to three at twelve fed regional

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Trump readies tariffs on $200 billion more Chinese goods despite talks

KZL Programming

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

Trump readies tariffs on $200 billion more Chinese goods despite talks

"Gang members Long Island well on Friday. She was getting ready for memorial service marking the second anniversary of her daughter's death when she got into an argument about the memorial with someone in an SUV the driver, then lurched forward and read her over an incident caught on video she died soon after New York congressman Peter King told news twelve Long

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Henri Bendel, Bloomberg and Trump discussed on Inside Europe

Inside Europe

00:17 sec | 3 years ago

Henri Bendel, Bloomberg and Trump discussed on Inside Europe

"The predator. I think they're attempting hybridization despite a casting controversy and mediocre reviews. The predator is ready to attack the box office industry. Watchers say the sequel is cracking open with twenty five to thirty million dollars or more giving it a chance to top the none for first

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Bloomberg, CEO Elon Musk and Charlie Pellett discussed on Bloomberg Best

Bloomberg Best

00:17 sec | 3 years ago

Bloomberg, CEO Elon Musk and Charlie Pellett discussed on Bloomberg Best

"And analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Nathan Hager. This is Bloomberg. From Bloomberg world headquarters. I'm Charlie Pellett. Apple has taken the wraps off of a renewed iphone strategy doing. A trio of phones at aim to spread the company's

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Ford Motor, Alibaba and President Trump discussed on Bloomberg Finance

Bloomberg Finance

00:15 sec | 3 years ago

Ford Motor, Alibaba and President Trump discussed on Bloomberg Finance

"Jack Ma will step down as executive chairman at Alibaba group holding in one year Baba's CEO, Daniel John will succeed Ma at Asia's most valuable company Ma will remain on the board until Alibaba is annual shareholders meeting in twenty

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Black Actors Just Made Emmys History With An Awards Sweep

Fox News Sunday

00:23 sec | 3 years ago

Black Actors Just Made Emmys History With An Awards Sweep

"Tiffany haddish, Ron sif as John Samir, Wiley and cat Williams have struck EMMY gold for their respective television guest star appearances and a history making set of results, and is the first time all four guests are EMMY statues were warded two black actors during a creative arts event this weekend, which is a precursor to the main ceremony next week. They are all first time. Emmy winners Star Trek TV franchise received the

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President, Bloomberg and New York Times discussed on Fitz and Brooks

Fitz and Brooks

00:16 sec | 3 years ago

President, Bloomberg and New York Times discussed on Fitz and Brooks

"Bloomberg dot com, teen, soundcloud, and whatever app you perfect Browns. You'll feel. Podcast. We'll soon learn whether Florence is a hurricane again. Meteorologist Allison Chinchar says it could be a major menace by the time. It makes it probable landfall in the Carolinas

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NAFTA talks make progress

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

NAFTA talks make progress

"Daybreak Asia. It is nine thirty AM here in Singapore. I'm Juliet Sally. And I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg world headquarters in New York, so markets in the Asia Pacific are up and running. Interestingly it's the ASX two hundred and Sydney, that's the worst performer index is down about one percent right now lots going on the foreign exchange to we've got a stronger yen and a weaker dollar.

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US, China Trade War May Hurt US Consumers

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

US, China Trade War May Hurt US Consumers

"And the US China trade wool, maybe about to make a lot of US household goods more expensive. China may not be hit as hard. We get more from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. If President Trump pulls the trigger on those tariffs targeting two hundred billion dollars in Chinese imports US shoppers could see price increases for dozens of everyday goods, including refrigerators freezers cutlery towels food tobacco carpets bicycles skis. Beauty products cat food and even toilet paper. Chinese consumers may also feel the pain, but not to the same extent. The country's counterpunch on sixty billion dollars imports from the US focuses primarily on manufacturing, chemicals and medical instruments and many of the ready to buy American goods that will be subject to duties by Beijing aren't really mass market. There are things like yacht writing crops and even false

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