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00:45 sec | 8 hrs ago

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"Carol master This stock has shot up big time Jim Stevie So take us into the economic impact of this Along with reporters and editors who helped make your business week profitable Let's dig into it with Bloomberg business week editor Joe Weber It's the cover story of the upcoming issue Bloomberg businessweek We did afternoons at two eastern These are retailers that have been on everybody's radar Those Apple numbers continuing to come in On Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com We first opened about ten years ago we were small just a few of us But it was exciting I always dreamt of having my own business It was kind of slow at first but things started picking up We had big plans But in our wildest dreams we never never thought we'd have this much work Yeah with so many businesses cut off guard.

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01:00 min | 10 hrs ago

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"You see the value in worldwide market news The push for a global minimum corporate tax rate is still alive and well and you want it first The Labor Department has sent an emergency regulation to The White House So do we bond yields around the world are tumbling Bloomberg daybreak With Karen Moscow and Nathan Hager Straight ahead your latest local headlines plus a check of sports We good mornings at 5 eastern on Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com I was in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean when it happened There was a sudden jolt and our submarine crashed on the sea floor We were in total darkness That's doctor Dijon figueroa a marine biologist and stem teacher talking about a deep sea dive she'll never forget It's funny When I was a kid I was afraid of the ocean and there I was two miles below the surface But as a scientist you prepare for that Using our training in a little creativity we fix the sub and finish our experiments The dive was just too important Every diet gives us glimpses at things few people ever get to see Blowing creatures fiery undersea volcanos When we got back to the surface I kissed the ground and called my mom of course But you know what I wouldn't trade that die for anything.

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02:06 min | 2 months ago

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"From companies for this What if you don't have to choose It also has enormous importance for the labor market How do they get ahead of different administrations we see this move towards digital currencies Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg the world is listening We used to take our freedom of movement for granted not anymore It's not just that people work for the airlines and it's natural to feel grateful for the things that kept you going Does America have a chance to lose our advantage Can we get to herd immunity fast enough so that will be in good shape But really we were just doing our jobs Oxford University is starting a study on patients who've recovered from COVID Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg the world is listening Let's get you a quick check on the very latest business launch headlines from around the world Citigroup is expected to face an estimated $1.5 billion hit to its earnings from a broader Russia exit Analyst of Wells Fargo say the company will probably have to write down a portion of its investment in the Russian subsidiary and set aside additional funds for loan losses The lender is expanding the scope of its withdrawal from Russia beyond disposing of its consumer unit UK property developer Nick candy says he has the funding in place to make an offer for Chelsea football club He's our discussions with potential partners including British businessmen Martin Brockton about forming a consortium The sale of the West London club has been complicated by the sanctioning of the Russian owner Roman Abramovich And Foxconn is reportedly in discussions with Saudi Arabia about jointly building a $9 billion multi purpose facility in the country According to The Wall Street Journal chips EV components and other electronics could be made at the site but the sources say that the site is a conducting due diligence and benchmarking the offer That is you bring my business flash.

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02:32 min | 3 months ago

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"Dubai Islamic bank That's odd mansion About the Lando's latest earnings report and what the year ahead looks like But up next we ask Ariana CIO Isaac pooley central banks art changing the narrative for markets This is Bloomberg The markets in focus every business day the Bloomberg markets podcast with Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller Are there some sectors that you want to have more or less exposure to We've got a vaccinate the whole world analysis of the day's Wall Street actions Bloomberg intelligence Bloomberg opinion and influential newsmakers The bond market was the boss Bloomberg markets with all Sweeney and Matt Miller Subscribe to day at Bloomberg radio dot com The Bloomberg business app or iTunes Before and after the pandemic Is it driven by politics or by science There may be how we keep track of our lives from here on out What do you think the political effects of that impatience will be And through it all there's been Bloomberg We begin on Capitol Hill the most accurate business world and healthcare news before and after The fundamentals do not justify this price action Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg the world is listening Would you say it's more important to gather information fast or to have it first or to be the most accurate They can really move the needle when it comes to programs It's the level of support you get from companies for this What if you don't have to choose It also has enormous importance for the labor market How do they get ahead of different administrations We see this move towards digital currencies Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg the world is listening We used to take our freedom of movement for granted not anymore It's not just that people work for the airline and it's natural to feel grateful for the things that kept you going Does America have a chance to lose our advantage Can we get to her community fast enough So that will be in good shape But really we were just doing our jobs Oxford University is starting a study on patients who've recovered from COVID Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg the world is listening Compared with our expectations in.

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03:07 min | 4 months ago

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"The upcoming issue Bloomberg business week Week day afternoons at two eastern These are retailers that have been on everybody's radar Those Apple numbers continuing to come in on Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com At least 7 people are dead after a cliff collapsed on tourist boats at a Brazilian waterfall Officials say heavy rains may have loosened the large rocks that fell Saturday at furnace like in southern Brazil A video showing the deadly collapse has gone viral The House committee investigating the January 6th capitol riot last year is expected to ask former vice president Mike Pence to appear before the panel The chairman of the committee democratic representative Benny Thompson indicated Friday Pence would likely get an invitation sometime this month U.S. and Russian negotiators will meet tomorrow They'll talk about military exercises in Europe a Reuters report says the conversations will center around Russia's presence along the border with Ukraine and an 8 year old boy is still alive after falling from a 7th floor window of a Florida apartment building The boy reportedly fell by accident yesterday morning from an apartment complex in North Miami I'm Scott Carr And I'm susannah Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom New York State has added more hospitals to the list of those ordered to postpone elective surgeries for at least two weeks as the surge in COVID-19 cases threatens to overwhelm hospitals New York reported a record 90,132 new COVID cases Saturday as the state passed 4 million total infections since the start of the pandemic The Department of Health said in a statement yesterday that the list now includes 40 hospitals that have met the state's threshold for high risk regions or low capacity facilities The statement says all 31 hospitals in the Mohawk valley finger lakes and central regions are now included on the list and the 9 others are located throughout the state The hospitals must cancel procedures starting Thursday No hospitals in New York City are on that list Mayor Eric Adams allowed legislation approved by the city council a month ago to automatically become law today It means more than 800,000 non citizens and so called dreamers in New York City can vote in municipal elections They don't have access to vote in federal or state elections they pick governor judges legislators or the president The board of elections must now figure out voter registration rules and provisions to make separate ballots for local races opponents have vowed to challenge the new law Investors will be watching for a key measure of U.S. inflation in the week ahead Bloomberg's care and Moscow reports The consumer price index out Wednesday may have posted the strongest year over year advance in nearly 40 years and could put additional pressure on Federal Reserve policy makers to act U.S. Senate confirmation hearings will be held in the coming week for Jerome Powell nominated for a second term as fed chairman Major Wall Street banks are scheduled to report earnings on Friday including Wells Fargo Citigroup and JPMorgan Chase Karen Moscow Bloomberg radio Global news 24 hours a day on air.

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08:05 min | 5 months ago

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"Day The Bloomberg markets podcast with Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller Are there some sectors that you want to have more or less exposure to We've got a vaccinate the whole world analysis of the day's Wall Street action What's the thought on apple here Bloomberg opinion and influential newsmaker The bond market was the boss Bloomberg markets with holes when he and Matt Miller subscribe to Dan Bloomberg radio dot com The Bloomberg business app or iTunes This is Wall Street week I'm David Westin This year brought us the Biden all of government approach to the climate And the meeting of world leaders at cop 26 but with all of the talk the question remained of the actions to follow It looks like one of the first places we'll be seeing a real difference will be in how we get around So we'll start our yearend review of the environment with GM chair and CEO Mary Barra and the coming explosion in electric vehicles We think we're going to have a very positive year in 2021 not only from a financial perspective but also the continued acceleration of our EV and our AV business We're really excited that very shortly we're going to be launching the Chevrolet bold EUV which is a great vehicle and that's days away And then you know later this year will be serving the market with the GMC Hummer EV and then the Cadillac lyric comes shortly after that as well as tremendous progress being made from an autonomous perspective as well So we're really excited about the year the growth opportunities that we have in front of us And so it's a year of execution and the issues with chips This is a short term mission We'll work through it How much help do you anticipate getting out of the government We have a new president now President Biden who says he really wants to go to a mission feed vehicles in the government fleet very quickly He basically wants to replace them all over period of time create 1 million new jobs Is that going to help a lot your move at General Motors over to electric vehicles Well I absolutely think So I think understanding EVs understanding the importance and really we have to work together business and governments need to work together to make sure we have a whole ecosystem that encourages EV adoption We need to make sure there's the right charging and that's why the work going on for infrastructure is so important So we're having regular conversations with members of the administration as well as members of Congress to make sure they understand all the pieces that need to come together to support an alibi future How do we avoid what's called greenwashing a term that I'm only becoming familiar with which is I understand it's basically a company saying oh yes we're green but it's really more of a marketing thing the way they presented than actually in their conduct How do we avoid that Is it possible to avoid greenwashing both for the government to make sure but also for Bank of America as your investors your banking companies Yeah you'll be able to determine that As I said at the moment we're using a third party this TCFD as our disclosure and greenhouse protocol as our measurement But the truth is I mean transparency will be the key to eliminating green washing If you write it all down and you express it publicly and allow third parties to take a look at it particularly the advocates I think you're going to see a reduction in the claim of greenwashing One moment of just a clarity here is that for any company in its early stages you can't really get all the way to not let's begin with carbon neutrality your own operations We still can't get all the way there Bank of America hasn't and we have not seen many companies that have gotten there They need something in the end called an offset So you get 90% of the way but you can't get a 100% And the last 10% requires some kind of offset And you buy the offset which is at the moment mostly for a station or projects which is trees forests either building a new or retaining what exists because obviously through your grade school as science you know photosynthesis and the expression of oxygen from the forest Well we need more than that to get there because if every company in the world were to try to get to carbon neutrality first and ultimately net zero we don't have enough offsets Distinguish if you would defense from offense And this is what I mean by that It's one thing to say if I'm working for a bank or an asset management firm I'm going to really shy away from some of the fossil fuel companies I understand that I'll call that defense woman But does this encourage companies to go on the offense For example to invest in green steel Look David absolutely And that's the big shift here I think that we've been aware of the risks around climate and the most obvious ones are when New York gets hit by extreme weather event and there's big property losses or supply chains are disrupted by another event on the other side of the world And we have those effects and we have to manage those But there are huge huge opportunities in being part of the solution And so the offense here is very very broad Of course it includes and in my professional life I do a lot of this at Brookfield one of the largest renewable producers in the world It includes building out when solar hydro eventually hydrogen and other technologies that produce electricity with no emissions and are very much central to our future But almost as interesting and really more valuable is going to companies that have high emissions today you rightly mention the steel industry or the auto industry or the cement industry the building industry commercial real estate others and helping them get emissions down Now it takes a lot of capital in order to do that but it's going to pay off in terms of a huge amount of value So we've heard these lofty goals every signing up for them But what does it mean in the real world As you're doing deals as you're managing assets is it changing what you do On the asset management side of the business absolutely That's changing rapidly On the advisory side of the business which is arranging mergers and acquisitions that's on the company so to speak We're seeing the beginning of it but it's not quite there yet Let me speak to the asset management side to begin with One has to step back and realize this has been in play now for several years The first thing that happened is that core demographic that drives activity in the economy started spending their values That was a couple of years ago in three four or 5 years ago in the United States longer in Europe Over the last couple of years everybody it has shifted now so that to sing demographic is starting to invest their values And that's playing through in the asset owners and it's really having a big impact on the asset management business So when you talk about investing in assets is it defense or offense And by that I mean this it's one thing to say I don't want to invest for example in a fossil fuels company Okay I get that But what about a firmly investing in a green steel company I think in the beginning it's going to be defensive Because at this moment in time there's very little that ties green performance whether you are your emissions policy or social policies there's very little that actually ties that to performance in the stock market or cost of capital That's at its very early stages But scoring companies is there So I'd say at this moment in time we're probably doing most of asset management is investing defensively around ESG and I think that's going to shift over time That was Mary Barra and Mark Carney and Ken Jacobs.

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01:34 min | 5 months ago

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"Market it's a really interesting suit on keen Jonathan perro and Lisa Abramovich Isn't your base case the worst case scenario for us Which one of us Bloomberg surveillance Must watch I think they made a great decision step permission We've been warnings at 7 eastern on Bloomberg radio and Bloomberg television When you reorganize and declutter we're probably the first thing you decide to keep Is there any serious contemplation of sanctions against China detailed financial and business reporting Tell us more about your customers and how they're doing now Expert analysis You're basically just changing a $5 bill into 5 ones Definitely essential Looking at high yield where does that take you these days Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg the world is listening The composer Joseph Haydn famously said I listened more than I studied It sounds like a law school hypothetical Here at Bloomberg it's the same thing Do you maintain that low rate regime Can you see our two years How do you build a strategy with that eventuality in mind Experts information news The push sets up a potential fight What do we know about how it will go public Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg the world is listening The future of the metaverse.

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01:55 min | 5 months ago

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"Radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg the world is listening Real estate report brought to you by Granger What's the best way to sell your home over the holidays Well pay attention to curb appeal with a well groomed home according to Zillow and also think about ways to enhance natural light Brighten up those dark corners according to Zillow maybe even put a crackling fireplace video on a TV screen fur cozier feeling Foreclosures haven't been too much of a problem lately between the foreclosure moratoriums during the pandemic plus the fact that home prices are rising and that keeps many homeowners from owing more than their homes are worth to begin with And that's when many people walk away But now there is a new problem The digital home ownership platform knock says rising home prices also means rising real estate taxes And Knox says people struggling to make those payments will drive new waves foreclosures Knox says it's already happening in states including Virginia Georgia and New York and Knox says property Texas have increased dramatically in those states this year on average Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio Burden LLP accountants and advisers presents tax chat with Richard Goldstein senior principal and co leader of burden state and local tax practice The COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting state and local government restrictions have caused businesses to close their doors and many employees to work in locations that were not included in their companies original business footprints The new normal of remote working has created a variety of state and local tax challenges from tax nexus and multi state income tax apportionment to income tax withholding and tax resident status Businesses and individuals need to stay ahead of these issues to help reduce the impact they may have on their overall tax liability If you are a high net worth individual or a business owner left burden help protect you your family and your business For more tax chat from burden accountants and advisers visit.

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01:46 min | 6 months ago

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"What's the wood it could have should have that you do actually regret not doing The markets in focus every business day The Bloomberg markets podcast with Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller Are there some sectors that you want to have more or less exposure to We've got a vaccinate the whole world analysis of the day's Wall Street actions Bloomberg intelligence Bloomberg opinion and influential newsmakers The bond market was the boss Bloomberg markets with all Sweeney and Matt Miller Subscribe to Dan Bloomberg radio dot com The Bloomberg business app or iTunes Before and after the pandemic Is it driven by politics or by science That may be how we keep track of our lives from here on out What do you think the political effects of that impatience will be And through it all there's been Bloomberg We begin on Capitol Hill the most accurate business world and healthcare news before and after The fundamentals do not justify this price section Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg the world is listening Would you say it's more important to gather information fast or to have it first or to be the most accurate They can really move the needle when it comes to programs It's the level of support you get from companies for this What if you don't have to choose It also has a north importance for the labor market How do they get ahead of different administrations We see this move towards digital currencies Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg the world is listening I would have to imagine.

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05:44 min | 7 months ago

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"Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller There's some sectors that you want to have more or less exposure to it We've got a vaccinate the whole world analysis of the day's Wall Street action What's the thought on apple here from Bloomberg and diligence Bloomberg opinion and influential newsmakers The bond market was the boss Bloomberg markets with all Sweeny and Matt Miller Subscribe to Dan Bloomberg radio dot com The Bloomberg business act or iTunes Before and after the pandemic Is it driven by politics or by science There may be how we keep track of our lives from here on out What do you think the political effects of that impatience will be And through it all there's been Bloomberg We begin on Capitol Hill the most accurate business world and healthcare news before and after The fundamentals do not justify this price section Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg the world is listening Welcome back let's get a further look at the markets with pretty Gupta in New York City Why are you watching now Well Emily we are smack in the middle of earnings season I won the big themes right now is inflation What's better what's better way to measure inflation than yields And one of the big issues for tech here is that as we started to see yield rise earlier in the year it kind of spooked tech especially big tech but not anymore Emily in the last couple of months You can really see yields and tech rising together and it really has everything to do with tech being an inflation hedge Essentially they're so big they're actually able to pass on the cost to consumers a little better That's the macro environment I want to really think about as we go into the rest of earnings season Let's switch to the micro really quickly We'll talk about some of the movers on the day specifically Tesla and hurts Tesla coming up with a kind of booster for its stock The first a $1200 price target from Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas And then on top of that a Bloomberg scoop or I'm very own Eric schatzker a 100,000 car order from hertz a big investment in their own EV fleet So really boosting both companies you can see on the day and of course you saw that help Tesla hit the 1 trillion market cap beating even Facebook Emily All right pretty thank you so much Dive into this a little bit more Big move for hurts which is barely four months out of bankruptcy now placing that order for a 100,000 teslas It is the first step of an ambitious plan to electrify its rental car fleet joining us now with more on the scoop our Bloomberg news Tessa reporter Dan a hall So huge order for Tesla What makes this so significant This is just going to be enormous because not only is hertz ordering these cars but they've got this whole ad campaign with Tom Brady So you know Tesla has never paid for advertising traditional advertising at least And now you have this NFL star basically encouraging people to let's go electric And so there's like this de facto pitchman now for the whole EV revolution in Tom Brady but hurts us paying for it So how will this actually work if you rent a Tesla from hertz Will you be able to use Tesla's supercharger station You will Absolutely And I think what's really important is that you know right now if you don't own a Tesla but you want to drive one you can try to get a ride or borrow our friends or you can rent on churro but there was never a way to fly to another city and rent a Tesla at an airport And now you will be able to not just in North America but Europe as well Is this something we're expecting other rental car companies to do I think so I mean I think the question is where are they going to get the cars from 'cause other automakers are still selling EVs and fairly low numbers But I think you're absolutely going to see this big pivot particularly for business travelers who maybe their corporations will give them a discount earn incentive to go electric on the next time they travel for business Here we are now at a $1 trillion market cap I mean what does Tesla have going for the rest of the year Where does that number go Up probably I mean Tesla still has risks right Like the nitsa is investigating autopilot The NTSB is not happy that the company hasn't followed safety recommendations But this is a company that's now going into several different markets Fleet sales insurance energy moving the headquarters to Texas Opening these two new factories in Berlin and Austin We're looking at the chart there of Facebook and Tesla you know both at that $1 trillion mark and it's just sort of a tale of two companies and I wonder if sort of the next generation of what is big tech is different you know this decade They just keep expanding I mean like octopuses with tentacles and all kinds of businesses What about what's going on in China Obviously there have been some headwinds there They're continuing to be supply chain issues which is affecting everyone and really carmakers Right Tesla navigated the chip shortage better than most They had record third quarter third quarter sales which really underpinned the strong earnings report Adam Jonas raised his price target today So the chip shortage is still an issue but I think Tesla is feeling pretty well strong And yet there are the things that Tesla hasn't delivered on that Elon Musk has promised Like the ride sharing network When is that going to happen Or is that now is that still part of the plan It's so hard to plan I mean 2020 was supposed to be the year of the robo taxi We are nowhere near close to that actually happening But as Elon says himself you know he delivers often on later timelines but eventually he thinks he'll get there All right Little more Stan of hall Thank you for your reporting on this Thank you Now sticking with Tesla the model three was the top selling car in Europe last month It is the first time an electric car has outsold rival models with gas engines It is a major milestone for EVs and another sign that the car 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02:44 min | 7 months ago

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"The ambitions for Siemens What are the next stages I understand in Egypt there's another thousand kilometers of track to be nice How close are you to doing that deal being that deal being a lead on that deal Break some news So I think we have a very interesting position because obviously we have been in direct talks with the government And we have now successfully secured this deal and we're already far strongly underway in making the designs and doing the execution So I mean we can not discuss ongoing deals but I can tell you we have active talks Up next dogs drop again As traders weigh the impact of elevated inflation on the economic recovery That is the fed's Raphael bostick says transitory is a dirty word This is Bloomberg Start your market day with Bloomberg surveillance The bond market it's a really interesting suit on keen Jonathan perrot and Lisa Abramovich Isn't your base case the worst case scenario for us Can't be fun Which one of us Bloomberg surveillance Must watch I think they made a great decision step parallel sponge We've been warnings at 7 eastern on Bloomberg radio and Bloomberg television When you reorganize and declutter we're probably the first thing you decide to keep Is there any serious contemplation of sanctions against China detailed financial and business reporting Tell us more about your customers and how they're doing now Expert analysis You're basically just changing a $5 bill into 5 ones Definitely essential Looking at high yield where does that take you these days Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg the world is listening The composer Joseph Haydn famously said I listened more than I study It sounds like a law school hypothetical Here in Bloomberg it's the same thing Do you maintain that low rate regime Can you see how two years How do you build a strategy with that eventuality in mind Experts information news The push sets up a potential fight What do we know about how it will go public Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg the world is listening I see persistence and inflation Yes You know I believe it's more than transitory related to supply chain issues and commodity prices Hopefully it will straighten out of the next 6 months history of choice Should the.

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01:33 min | 1 year ago

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"And Bloomberg radio dot com. This is Bloomberg. Daybreak Asia, It is 7:30 A.m. right here in Hong Kong and singer Pull it is at the moment. 6 30 PM on Wall Street and Rashard Salama and I, Brian Curtis. Training is underway in Sydney. We're up about three quarters of 1% 1st session. After the long weekend because they have yesterday off for boxing day and we've got 30 minutes to go before we get to Tokyo and Seoul markets up two hours, then to Hong Kong and Shanghai and Shenzhen starting trade House just voted in a bipartisan effort to replace the $600 stimulus payments. In this new pandemic relief legislation with $2000 checks, it goes to the Senate. We'll see what the thinking is there. One other interesting note overnight, particularly for investors out here is that Ali Baba stabilized. It actually finished slightly in the green. We'll get to the markets and a moment for shock. All right, well, China is a far away from meeting his U. S trade deal Commitments data shows that it important to save a half of American goods it promised to buy in the first year of the Phase one agreement, China Pictures about half of the total 2020 target of $172 billion, according to Bloomberg calculations. I look for the trade deal remains uncertain as President elect Biden prepares to take office US natural gas prices nose dived in the final week of this year here in 2020, plunging as much as 11% as weather forecast signal weak winter demand. The eastern and southern states or set for above normal temperatures.

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05:52 min | 1 year ago

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"D. C. Bloomberg 99 12 Boston, Bloomberg, one of 61 to San Francisco Bloomberg 9 16 to the country, Sirius XM Channel 1, 19. And around the Globe. The Bloomberg business out. Bloomberg radio dot com Face is balance of power With David Western, Coming up on balance of power in the U. S economy struggles to continue its recovery. We get the diagnosis from Lindsay Piegza. Of steeple, Nicholas, But first we get a market check from Charlie Paella. Right? I thank you very much. David Westin. Here's what's going on on this. Wednesday, December 23rd, the Dow, the S and P NASDAQ or all advancing right now, In fact, we are at or near session highs. NASDAQ is at a record as MP higher is, investors appeared to look past the possibility of a delay in pandemic aid. After President Trump demanded changes to the package Congress approved this week. Here's where we Stand s and P Up Now by 22 points of 37 09 up 6/10 of 1%. The Dow is up, 258 points up 9/10 of 1% and NASDAQ extending its yearly gains. It is up 24 points up 3/10 of 1% right now, the NASDAQ composite index for all of this year up now by 43% Tender down 13 30 seconds 10 Year Yield 100.9. 5% gold is up 7/10 of 1% 18 73 the ounce and a rally for crude today. West Texas Intermediate, Surging 2.4% 48 16 a barrel There is a stream of data today underscoring the pandemics drag on America's economy. And with that story, Here's Bloomberg's Vinny Del Jude Ice Consumer spending and household income dropped in November's The Corona virus spread well, durable goods orders moderated. Weekly jobless claims declined for the first time in three weeks, but remain elevate. Did you have a 3000? So it's time to say goodbye, The 2020. But the data employ many more challenges and 2021 Any girl. Should I? Spielberg radio And of course, we'll have more on the economy coming up in just a moment with steep hills, Lindsay P. Exhaust. Clorox's planning an additional way to keep shelves stocked in the new year, and that is rolling out more pocket sized packs of disinfecting wipes. The bleach maker who's plastic tubs of 35 to 75 went wipes have become a coveted item during the pandemic will be adding more flat packets of disinfecting wipes to its lineup. It says will be intended for out of home use. Shares of Clorox are advancing today by 8/10 of 1% again recapping SNP of 21 again of 6/10 of 1%. I'm Charlie Pellet that David Western Is a Bloomberg business Flash. Thank you so much. Charlie Appellate, well as Vinny Del Judah's just told us jobs claims numbers out this morning were still elevated, but they were a bit better, with both initial and continuing claims falling while earlier this week U. S GDP third quarter numbers were also a bit bigger and better than expected to get a better sense of where the economy is. Right now we welcome Lindsey Piegza. Steeple. Nicholas chief economist Lindsay Always great to have you with us. Give us you're taking the comment that I want to talk about this stimulus package on again off again. But where is the economy before we start talking about stimulus? Well, I think it's very clear that we're seeing two diverging seems in the economy at this point. On the one hand, it is important to recognize that the U. S economy rebounded at a stellar paid in the third quarter as we saw the reversion higher earlier this week, you couple that with strong games and manufacturing, solid auto sales and modest improvement in the labor market, and there certainly called for optimism going forward. On the other hand, what we've seen is that there are indications of U. S economy is already losing mo mentum from Bad bounce of the third quarter as we saw this morning, with retail sales and consumer spending now hitting multi month lows, you couple that with a slower pace of hiring in the labor market and still elevated levels in jobless claims, and there's a reason to be concerned that we're losing momenta more that the recovery will be a much longer bump yours. Lower recovery back to pre pandemic levels. So at this point right now it is vital that we see continued support both from the central bank and the federal government. As the virus remains the number one risk to that path of recovery. Well, that's what I was gonna ask about. Now. We thought we needed this $908 billion stimulus bill. Which would be the second largest in U. S history. After the cares act, and now President Trump raised raised questions He didn't say was gonna veto raise questions. What is the what is the divergence of those to pass? If we get it? You don't get it, And we put it very bluntly. If we don't get this, what does it do the odds of a double dip recession here going back in recession. Well, it certainly wasn't unexpected plot twist. We did think that this stuff this round coronavirus aid package was in the bag already baked in the cake, But we're still apparently waiting for these negotiations to determine whether or not we're going to see this immediate funding to the American public, and the big question comes down to direct payments. Is it going to be $600 or $2000, but really the most Wouldn't component for my perspective is timing. We need to get those monies out to the American people. Not today, not a week from now, But yesterday the American people are really suffering small businesses, workers forced to return home losing their livelihood, moving losing income opportunities. And so it really comes down to they need fun. Asked, And instead of grappling over the size of the direct check that really like to see those sent out immediately, and then if we determine further funds are needed. Sure we can do is sixth around package or even 1/7 round package down the road. But right now, what we see is that consumers are not out in the marketplace spending, particularly during this key holiday shopping season. Which is going to compound the pressure on business is making it less likely that more able to survive as we turn the corner into 2021..

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05:27 min | 1 year ago

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"Bloomberg radio dot com and now watch us on Bloomberg television. Trump is again suggesting that his supporters may need to vote twice. Speaking at a Tele rally in North Carolina last night, Trump said, If they vote by mail, they should go to their polling place anyway to see if their mail in vote has been tabulated. He said. If they're male unbalanced encounter, then they wouldn't be able to vote and if their mail in ballot arrived after they voted, the ballot wouldn't be counted because their votes already been cast. Thean vesting Gatien into the death of a man in Rochester police custody is now being handled by state authorities. Scott Pringle reports. Monroe County's district attorney, says Daniel proves death is being turned over to the state Attorney General Special Investigations and Prosecutions unit. Seven officers were suspended Thursday after footage of prudes arrest was released. He died after an encounter with Rochester police in March. But the incident just coming to light this week, the Rochester Police Locust Club says officers were just following their training. Scott Pringle Aqui Corona virus model from the University of Washington, predicts the U. S death toll could double by January. 1st. I'm John Jeffries. And I'm Denise Pellegrini in the Bloomberg News from investors are getting a breather with the long holiday weekend. After all the volatility we had Thursday and Friday, Laura Rehme is chief U. S economist NFS Investments, and she says she thinks it's just a speed bump for high flying tech stocks at the end of the day. You know, we're not being in broad day light quality. We've seen this market rise that pin you to a very small Number and increasingly small number of names, and I think you have to say the same thing about the market on the way down. Remember how Berkshire Hathaway used to be one of Wells Fargo's biggest shareholders? Well, those days are gone. Now. Billionaire Warren Buffett's company has slashed its stake in the troubled begged by more than 40% and held just about 3.3%. Of Wells Fargo in recent months, the lender is dealing with the aftermath of consumer abuse scandals. Factory owners are raising pay. CJ Pony Parts in Harrisburg tells us They have every temp agency on speed dial. But no one is showing up for work and factory and warehouse owners say they're boosting wages because of a surge in e commerce demand. And United Airlines Holdings is boosting its October schedule, including expanding flights to Hawaii. And we get that story from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet, Charlie Denise United is seeking to make the most of higher demand for leisure destinations during the pandemic. The carrier says it will fly 40% of its schedule from a year earlier. The plan represents a slight increase from September when United flew 34% of its year earlier roster. The increase includes the resumption of eight roots. So why pending the state's approval of pre arrival Corona virus tests that is mandated for visitors. Charlie Pellet, Bloomberg radio. All right. Thank you. Charlie and 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 Denise Pellegrini. And this is Bloomberg. This is my opinion on Bloomberg Radio during your news, comments and insights from Bloomberg opinions worldwide team of editors and columnists. I'm junior also coming up on the show Global warming is outpacing the power grid. First. What does a small business owner do when Cove it upends everything. Bloomberg opinion columnist Tara Lash Appel joins us with the story of how simply fit boutique gym owner Lisa Eskenazi pivoted to focusing on online fitness. So tell us a little bit about Lisa Eskenazi and her fitness studio in Queens, New York police opened her fitness studio called Simply Astoria about 10 years ago, and when she opened it, it was the height of a different crisis. It was the financial crisis and it was hard to the pie. Um, you know, get small business loans, and she was able to open the studio and it was really succesful. She even spent. A lot of money at one point to renovate a in a in a new facility, and, ah, you know, couldn't spin bikes and lockers and and all this stuff and you know, she employed a lot of people and it was just really bustling, please and a had a real sense of community for a young woman in Historia. And, you know, pass for it through the year and with a lock down during close it. I think she thought like a lot of other gym owners that this is going to be a temporary that you know they would get back to business. At some point that maybe it would just be a few weeks. There may be a few months but that you know they would still have their business at the end of the day and Things just turned out very differently than I think everyone expected. So what was the final straw for her? What made her decide to close her fitness studio? She told me that you know, she had been realizing that witness was starting to go online. You know when you go on Instagram, so many of the account nowadays are fitness expert who are, you know, doing classes on instagram lives. Or, you know, trying to promote their plan, and they become started influencers, and there's also a ton of different online services were doing workouts at home. There is, you know, Palette Pond. We have the Palestine bike and you pay for the subscription on on the bike to do those classes live, and there's also classes or you don't eat any equipment on old age sickness became really popular during the pandemics. I think she saw that..

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01:43 min | 2 years ago

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"And Bloomberg radio dot com Thiss is Bloomberg markets. Sit with us coming up this half hour will be speaking with Lauren Sour of Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and Corona Virus Update and some questions surrounding the W H O will also be talking Bond markets with F H N Financials. Jimbo Go first. Let's get a rash from great Money. Most US doctor up as signs the world could be closer to an effective treatment for covered, 19 did blunt some concerns that a rising number of cases will curb the global economic recovery. Let's go ahead and check the markets now and we have to do every 15 minutes. The SNP 500 is up three tents set up eight thous, up 6/10 of 1% of 156 and the NASDAQ's down 1/10 of a percent down 15 10 year is up 1 32nd 10.6% Texas intermediates up 1.3% of $40.15 per barrel Connection gold is little changed 18 02 80 an ounce. A dollar yen 106 77 The euro dollar 13 12 The British found a dollar 26 44 Virgin Atlantic is closing in on a £400 million rescue, led by Davidson Kemper Capital Management after the US hedge fund offered more favorable terms that are the potential backers. Sources say Davidson campers often funded on terms that alliance of Elliott, Management and Investment from Grable Capital declined to match that is a Bloomberg business flash. I'm Greg You're listening to Bloomberg markets with funny Quinn and Poles Winnie on Bloomberg Radio. Well, I guess the narrative about the pandemic right now is one of trying to balance the medical risks of reopening the economy.

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"Bloomberg radio dot com this is Bloomberg businessweek well no surprise on this timing or the timing certainly isn't accidental a report about what apple and Foxconn are doing in terms of making eye phones on the eve of the Big Apple event tomorrow we'll get into that in just a moment to mine actually so number one top tech story on the Bloomberg right now let's get back to the world of business training this go in China. and we've got apple shares up five tenths of one percent right now to fourteen thirty nine more on apple coming up with a core sample with that major unveiled tomorrow the Dow higher S. and P. nasdaq they're both lower stocks mixed as investors ditch the companies of behind the the latest risk on rally right now the S. and P. is down two point drop there just about one tenth of one percent the Dow is up thirty six a gain of one tenth of one percent and nasdaq down twenty six of the climb the error of three tenths of one percent of the ten year note on twenty thirty seconds looking at the yield of one point six two percent gold is down four tenths of one percent holding about fifteen hundred dollars fifteen oh one the on Sam West Texas intermediate crude rallying two point six percent fifty eight oh one. consumers are ringing up credit card charges at the fastest pace in almost two years and with that story here's Bloomberg's maybe down to dis. credit rose by more than twenty three billion dollars in July led by the largest increase in credit card and revolving debt conflate twenty seventeen non revolving debt which includes auto loans and student loans little change America's economy.

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"And Bloomberg radio dot com this is politics policy power I'm June Grasso. the Supreme Court may not be in session but there is an unusual political dispute flaring up between Senate Democrats and Republicans in the gun case coming up the court then on Bob moon first check all the markets as stocks are in the red let's check in with Bloomberg gun questioner yeah Bob we have a weakness in equity prices couple of things at play here not the least of which of the U. S. China trade story we apparently have hit another snag after the trump administration rejected Beijing's request to delay the terrorists that went into effect over the weekend and then Chinese telecom equipment maker walkway is accusing the U. S. government of harassing workers and attacking its internal network now in terms of eco data factory activity in the U. S. unexpectedly contracted last month the I. S. M. C. PMI drop to a reading of forty nine one for the month of August so we know trade tensions in Florida growth globally really have been depressing a lot of freight volume the Wall Street journal ease citing data from broken capital freight rates have dropped more than twenty percent from a record high back in June twenty eighteen and trucking companies in turn are now ordering fewer vehicles Dow industrial average right now down one point four percent S. and P. five hundred off one percent the nasdaq composite weaker by about one point three percent long term interest rates coming in by more than three basis points if you look at the U. S. ten year treasury one.

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04:38 min | 3 years ago

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"And Bloomberg radio dot com please he's best and you also and I'm AT Baxter Philip says reported second quarter profits that beat analyst estimates that's after the Dutch company introduced new products to rekindle growth that its consumer health division and June Bloomberg there is a hitch a menace cranny spoke with the CEO of Phillips Frans van Houten they discuss the business strategy sales growth and business in Europe the strongest product division I can be clear about is our diagnoses and treatment business that's also the largest and the have seen strong traction in China both Sir the government hospitals but also the private sector of hospitals in China are expanding I find that pretty logical because with a growing and ageing population and more lifestyle the seas the capacity in China to treat all these patients is insufficient this is also a government policy to expand and we have been seeing strong double digit growth in China for our health systems business for several years now Franz you've said before that to Europe has been challenging how is that region doing at the moment obviously your Europe as a is so low single digit market and was in that market we are okay again also in Europe for good traction for our healthcare innovations nice order from the university hospital in Knowles see France was taking or into the space informatics platform to eight diagnostic decision making will soul rubber Ford in United Kingdom a chain or for a diagnostic centers is upgrading and standardizing all know also looks I I think customs really like the fact that we have tied ourselves to their future and also that our innovations help them deliver or what is referred to as the quadruple aim in health care driving HealthSouth combs productivity and a better patient and staff experience so I expect this momentum to continue BR well in our gross range effect at the higher end to fit of you expect a stronger half year thanks to his momentum and of course then with those mitigating actions also coming fully in place at France can I pick up a you he's mitigating actions twice night I'm I want to know where the biggest supply disruptions off for you I'm I'm what mitigating actions can we expect from Phillips are you prepared to put more into America given the political lines that we've seen over the past four five days where are the mitigating moos gonna be made yeah we have a very strong footprint actually both in the United States Europe and China and we are moving more towards a regional manufacturing hub strategy where we manufactory in each of these large continents VR and net exporter from the United States so I think we are contributing well to to the economy whiskey and rearrangement of the supply chain we are in fact more able to manufacture a broader product range in each of these geographies thereby also serving closer to the customer I was a shorter supply chain making us I've fact more responsive to and we may have been before other than the tariffs which we've discussed friends will two biggest concern for the second half of the year is it potentially the political environment in at the U. S. I would put at the top of my list still these trade wars that our defensive in the world and as a strong believer in both globalization has brought to the world I hope that if you can see people coming closer to each other and that will be good for the world economy France can ask you just funny at any update on their corruption bribery investigations in Brazil or China to to run off sure not much to say I mean the case in Brazil dates back many years is being investigated by the Brazilian authorities said as a consequence ripples followed up by the the American authorities and it in in China there's an enquiring true all were compliance of policies that's perhaps the Segway to say that you know Phillips you have a zero tolerance policy with regards to any wrongdoing that was friends on how and chief executive officer at Phillips and coming up Jason Furman former council of economic advisors chairman.

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02:23 min | 3 years ago

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"To go some of those central banks. Join all that they can probably correction. Then was your problem is this a bit of a surprise this collaboration between GM and Honda? How does that affect evaluations that they're going to be able to realize when they do try to go and sell this is as good as it gets bird radio? The Bloomberg business ad Bloomberg radio dot com. Bloomberg the world is listening. Our guest host from M B N G group where he's they partner and co founder Paul we've got our story Trump, and the Democrats inching closer potentially to getting over this shutdown the longest in history Harley important is that we get close on this very quickly. It's actually starting to hit the US economy probably in a margin away. But it's starting to hurt. The problem is, you know, there are all these factors. Marginal factors peripheral factors that are dominating. Because the underlying backdrop it's the week. Paul. I mean, we've had a bit of a rebound in the last thirteen fourteen sessions on the S and P five hundred the blipped or from December weighs heavily. What are you? What are you looking for in the numbers this week from some of the big corporates? So I think that's a really key point. You know, we got to look if we're gonna continue them up. We need to see a really good ending season. There's a risk that earnings revisions because the any revision ratio is now really plummeting. If we see innings revisions carry on, if we if we get numbers that reinforce the level of weakness that suggests that the market's not overdoing it and not being pessimistic then that's gonna knock the team out of the rally. So it's really crucial. What we say? Paul very briefly. I was just looking at prices, but values of US versus your price to US is back. Edging back to record put it in the TV library. Do you wanna take any draw downs? Do you want to buy the debt briefly in any US move? A whole bunch of data valuations is only one part of it look flows as well flows actually turned ugly last week. That's why we suddenly started to get real concerns about how long this rally can go flows out of equities last week. That's a warning sign. A lot of content and thank you very much for that. As Paul gambles N.

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