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Oil hits three-month high over hopes for output cuts

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Oil hits three-month high over hopes for output cuts

"Oil crude oil futures finished higher as OPEC plus moved to extend output cuts we get more now from bluemix Rudy de young OPEC and its allies edged closer to a consensus on next ending production cuts to prop up the oil market even as wrangling continued for a third day about whether to bring forward their next meeting crude oil also rebounded as the market for real barrels shows signs of strength futures settled at their highest since March sixth on Tuesday remedial Bloomberg daybreak

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"bluemix" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"bluemix" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg business slash Bloomberg markets continues now with Lisa and Paul take care thank you so much we appreciate that as Lisa mentioned we are awaiting comments from Washington DC mayor Muriel Bowser we will have them for you in just a moment right now let's get a look at what's going on in the world of small caps in on a risk on day today to do that we welcome our good friend bluemix accident or tables and they were you looking at well looking at smaller companies being larger ones for one thing the Russell two thousand index is up two point two percent the S. and P. five hundred only up one point four percent biggest gainer Russell belongs to Ellington from whose ticker is P. F. C. the mortgage finance companies jumped almost sixty four percent after maintaining a dividend the monthly payout was cut to eight cents a share from fifteen cents the real estate investment trust's unknown mortgages and related securities are also climbing New York mortgage trust ticker N. Y. M. T. is up about forty one and a half percent and AG mortgage trust ticker Mitch and my T. T. is up about thirty one percent were son of therapeutics ticker M. R. S. and has added almost seventeen percent to drug developers sold sixty five million dollars of shares private equity firm Bain capital amber sama chairman David Mott were among the buyers a day that I have to I cut in here we now have DC mayor Muriel Bowser let's get her listened to our comments resources that can help our residents and businesses get by during these very uncertain times while we began planning for this pant pandemic in February it was just about a month ago on March the seventh that we announced our first confirmed on Colbert nineteen case we continue to work with the council and with our regional and federal partners to flatten the curve and implement programs to support our residents and businesses the most recent mayors order issued this week not freezes hiring salary increases in.

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"bluemix" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"bluemix" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And on a quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than a hundred twenty countries are Michael Barr this is Bloomberg John Michael bye thank you Sir thank you very much that's the news headlines worldwide has you price action I said just before the equity futures were limit down with down by five percent down haven't tried about that level for quite a while S. and P. five hundred spidery TF down by ten point one two percent writing is brutal out there more thought still coming up from a wide range of guests including Microsemi Stanley he's next on bluemix violence life idea with the it's a good time to be a doer and it's a good time to join the home depot now hiring no home improvement experience no problem they'll train you apply at home depot dot com slash careers or text jobs to five two two seven zero message and data rates apply the home depot is an equal opportunity employer did you know that Bloomberg surveillance now has a daily podcast every weekday Bloomberg's Tom Keene and Jonathan Ferris speak with the world's smartest experts on subjects including economics finance investment and international relations the surveillance podcast available every day by noon eastern on the Bloomberg terminal Bloomberg dot com I. teens soundcloud and whatever you prefer to use to browse your favorite part costs if knowledge is power the Bloomberg terminal is your power connecting you to the real time financial news data and analytics they can take more work flow to the next level power on at dot com slash professional the Bloomberg business of sports report I'm Charlie Pallett American sports of ground to a halt in for the next few weeks there will be no NBA or NHL no M. L. B. no pro lacrosse and no soccer but one form of competition is still going strong despite the corona virus pandemic and that is E. sports on like basketball or hockey the billion dollar world of competitive video games does not require much if any social gathering and the sports fans betting houses and TV networks there a calendar devoid of traditional sports there may be an opportunity free sports to attract a new audience if the coronavirus forces Europe soccer leagues.

"bluemix" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"bluemix" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"All right it's now ten in the morning in Sydney which means the equity market there is coming online if you're joining us from the region good morning on the Christian or the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York and I'm Kathleen Hays Bloomberg daybreak Asia presented by interactive brokers margin loans start at two point five nine percent and a decrease for larger loan values rates subject to change learn more at I. B. K. R. dot com slash compare now after a very interesting up and down but strong finish in the U. S. trading day we're going to rivers Brian Curtis for how this is setting up the Asian day little bit early to say Kathleen we had a very powerful rally on on Wall Street where most of the major averages were up close to five percent for the day a big rebound after the route yesterday but in Asia this morning it's not quite so clear we do have a few features indexes higher like footage on a fifties a little more than one point one percent thanks index futures up two tenths of one percent Nikkei futures though suggested a modest pullback this morning maybe about a hundred points or so at the moment we do see a much weaker yen normally that means risk on but at least in the in this early part of the day we're not seeing clear signs that Dalian one of five fifteen well we did have the ten year treasury yield jumping up over eighty basis points after the big plunge yesterday at at the moment it's not trading because Japan has opened yet we'll see once that gets going WTI crude after gaining ten percent is fairly stable now it's trading up but just a little under a tenth of a percent at thirty four dollars and thirty nine cents but gold is lower down about a half of one percent and we're seeing kind of steady trading in the offshore Chinese currency one thing I want to point out really briefly the PBOC's will take a thirty eight percent stake in the bank of Jinzhou that's after share place might be details on that in about fifteen minutes stuck to you so it's very much Brian as you know about the corona virus and alphabet the parent company of Google now telling its staff in North America not to go into the office unless those employees have to in terms of the price action that we had in markets today we had a recovery in U. S. stocks now a lot of this was predicated on the idea that the White House is going to be forthcoming with some kind of stimulus to counteract to the economic impact of the outbreak yesterday the equity market here in the U. S. plunged the most since two thousand eight early indications today let little choppy we started the day positive then we went negative at one point stock index futures were down twenty percent from the record before that recovery did take hold we reached out to Keith ski he is the CEO at standard life Aberdeen he said yesterday's turbulence was driven by pure emotion I think yesterday was driven by pure panic and you know we thought stock prices and bond prices effectively all discounting a global a global recession and you know potentially some periods of deflation whether it turns out like that or not is going to depend on the economic impact of these to supply shelves that his kids he he is of the CEO of standard life Aberdeen Kathleen well another casualty of the corona virus US airlines out wanting deep cuts to their flight schedules because of the virus is spread more from bluemix Charlie palette it comes amid an industry crisis that is shaping up to be worse than the aftermath of the nine eleven terrorist attacks delta and American Airlines have withdrawn their profit forecasts and say they will reduce domestic and international flying and United Airlines holding says it is running stress tests for a potentially quote dire scenario in which revenue would plunge by as much as seventy percent in April and may that compares with a decline of about forty percent in the two months after nine eleven United president Scott Kirby Saturday JPMorgan chase conference was held virtually quote we're planning for extreme scenarios we're not planning for hope the New York Charlie Pallett Bloomberg daybreak Asia will there be a cure for this outbreak well hundreds of other patients have now been treated with Kelly adds experimental Ebola treatment that's happening under an FTA program it allows access to unapproved drugs Gilead sciences is expecting to know by April whether a clinical trial now being conducted in China of the anti viral drug room does a beer can effectively treat patients infected with the virus the one that causes covert nineteen all right you know those words from the White House has kept this stock rally going today president trump telling GOP legislators he wants a payroll tax Wade through the election and Baxter has the details on this and more in global news from the bluebird nine sixty San Francisco news room at yeah Kathy thank you he also says he wants help you're talking there Charlie was about the airlines that with cruise lines we.

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"bluemix" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"bluemix" Discussed on WJR 760

"Watching wall street's ups and downs these past few days is enough to give you whiplash correspondent Steve cast about report on another major drop in stock prices at the closing bell the Dow was down nine hundred and sixty nine points a loss in value of more than three and a half percent that followed rises of more than one thousand points in two out of the previous three days the roller coaster ride at the stock exchange continues with Wall Street still concerned about the impact of the spread of corona virus on the global economy the number of cases and deaths have been rising in some countries and more states in the U. S. reported their first cases while others have confirmed cobit nineteen cases through community transmission not because of international travel Steve cast about New York vice president Mike pence visited with a leading maker of masks being used to stem the spread of the corona virus at three AM headquarters in Minnesota he is asking Americans to refrain from buying masks unless they are sick one of the ways the American people can help us making sure the medical equipment is available broadly but not not buying mass not taking them off the market so that they're available for people that may become ill and it may be beneficial for someone who is ill with the flu or corona virus or any other respiratory ailments Dr Frank make George of Henry Ford health says reports from China are encouraging Saugus in bluemix increased but over the last several weeks of school we've seen a decrease in their new case counts so they're seeing fewer and fewer new cases because they have managed to contain it on the flip side we are seeing more cases globally whether you choose Italy South Korea and now gradually the United States Elizabeth Warren ended her presidential campaign bowing to the reality that the race for the democratic nomination has become a two way battle between former vice president Joe Biden and U. S. senator Bernie Sanders warned me the announcement along with her husband outside her home in Cambridge Massachusetts I am now warning of that audience is spending my campaign for president and democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden will be in Detroit on Monday for a get out the vote event Bernie Sanders holding a rally in Detroit Friday grand rapids Sunday it comes the day before Michigan's presidential primary on Tuesday Gary Jones former UAW president was charged with three counts of embezzlement and income tax evasion U. S. attorney Matthew Schneider said Jones and his cohorts spent union dues on things the rank and file could scarcely afford luxury condos and villas.

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MGM Resorts CEO Jim Murren to step down before contract ends

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

MGM Resorts CEO Jim Murren to step down before contract ends

"MGM resorts reported quarterly profit below estimates the company also withdrew its full cost for twenty twenty citing the impact of the corona virus outbreak the shocking news came when MGM said its leaders planning to step before his contract expires bluemix Chris Paul Murray says chairman and CEO Jim Marin is making the move under pressure Mar and say you know just completed this transition under pressure from activist investors for years to boost the stock price they've they've sold really almost all of their marquee assets to third parties and they'll continue to manage them under this sort of asset like strategy but there's no doubt that marine has been under pressure in recent years she has an MGM rose four percent in late US

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Carnival shares rise even as cruise company warns of ‘material’ COVID-19 impact

Bloomberg Markets

02:44 min | 2 years ago

Carnival shares rise even as cruise company warns of ‘material’ COVID-19 impact

"Reporting cannot keep a good market down at the nasdaq up a half a percentage point to doubt nine tenths of one percent and nasdaq up a half a percent to see where the action is underneath the hood return to bluemix accented or Dave Wilson they will look at this morning well what's interesting about today is you you get companies talking about the effect of the corona virus on their business and their shares go walk and he'll look at carnival look at the cruise lines more generally carnival saying that canceled voyages in Los bookings because the corona virus will have a material impact on results no material that sort of standard accounting terms when you got to talk about what's going on and yet the shares are higher by close to three percent wrote Caribbeans up Norwegian cruise line is up another one is PVH I mean that's Calvin Klein Tommy Hilfiger or and you know they had to close some stores in China no surprise a lot of companies have they also get some of their apparel from China so you know when you put it all together they're real farming their earnings forecasts for one's really now it's an estimate for their latest fiscal year and you know they haven't really kind of express a lot of concern about what's ahead so you see PVH shares among the top performers the S. and P. five hundred or a five point seven percent so really looks like one of those days where corona virus at the very least we seize into the background as an issue for companies when it comes to work doing business or perhaps people are just getting a firmer sense of just how vast the liability will be I mean perhaps this is just an issue of perhaps stocks would be even higher and much higher at that if it weren't for the corona virus worry are we getting any sense of of how much of a dampening effect it's had even as we reach new highs well at this point it's kind of hard to see how much of an affect there might even be in the he'll look at how we're doing this year you know you see the S. and P. five hundred up close to four and a half percent the nasdaq higher by almost eight percent today I'd say I just you you can set price alerts on your Bloomberg terminal is set up to with them that are going to be Sir interesting milestones thirty thousand for the Dow industrials it's a twenty nine five hundred almost at this point and ten thousand for the nasdaq composite which it is just below ninety seven hundred right now it just goes to show you you know as this advance keeps calling it almost eleven years into a ball market and me here you're definitely up against some

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"bluemix" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"bluemix" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Everybody good morning from Hong Kong I'm brain Curtis and good afternoon from the pole Allen here in Sydney was just gone one minute past mid day and we have the I. S. six giving up some of those gains that we saw yesterday so for details on that now close look at what else is going on with the Asian trading day let's get of the bluemix dot Krishna so Paul let's begin with the the number of cases of the corona virus in China thirties they're saying it has jumped to seventy seven hundred eleven that may be having a bit of impact on the market psychology we also had numbers from Sam song fourth quarter net down one and a half percent below with the market was looking for operating profit declined thirty seven a check that thirty four percent dog really by down turn in the chip market Sam some shares right now in the soul session off by about one percent in that striking the cost be lower by a half of one percent little bit of yen weakness here was certainly the case in New York trading where we picked up about two tenths of one percent the end higher by a tenth of one percent now at one oh eight ninety eight and the Nikkei is weaker by seven tenths of one percent in Sydney ASX two hundred is down about two tenths of one percent while continuing to weaken after the U. S. government reported a big jump in US stockpiles the largest increase since November we were down seven tenths of one percent in New York right now trading fifty three ten in the electronic session and the U. S. ten year treasury now in the Tokyo session yielding one point five seven percent Brian all right Doug let's take a look at the fed here and the policy committee leaving interest rates unchanged today that was one of the big stories the fed decision widely expected policy makers signal that rates would stay on hold for the time being fed chair J. Powell also said at his news briefing that the fed is monitoring the spread of the coronavirus of course the situation is really in its early stages and it's very uncertain about how far it will spread and what the macro economic effects will be in China in its immediate trading partners and neighbors and around the world so in light of that uncertainty I'm not going to speculate about at this point I I will just tell you that of course we are very carefully monitoring the situation also taken innings today among them Facebook quarterly results showing the growth has slowed and there are questions on whether the company's peak for more we turn to Bloomberg tech reporter Kurt Wagner the world's biggest social media company reported record fourth quarter revenue of twenty one point one billion dollars boosted by ads on Instagram and in video that's a twenty five percent from last year even so the latest results represent the company slowest ever quarterly sales growth Facebook said had two point eight nine billion total global users but the trajectory of growth is limited most of the world's internet users already have an account on Facebook or it's what sap Instagram or messenger properties this means finding future revenue streams will be increasingly difficult that will require experimentation with Avenue such as artificial intelligence virtual reality and shopping I'm Kurt Wagner Bloomberg daybreak Asia in some other earnings news Tessler staying on a roll reporting better than expected fourth quarter sales of seven point three eight billion dollars number of markets live reporter creepy Gupta says the company will speed up its vehicle deliveries this year the big headline here was seeing twenty twenty vehicle deliveries exceeding five hundred thousand that's the forward guidance that they gave us and that was a really big move for Tesla now keep in mind that a big concern for Tesla has been really making a profit will still selling their lower priced cars and now seeing more deliveries exceeding those estimates that that's a really good time to tell as Bloomberg markets live reporter creepy Gupta does the shares rose more than ten percent after the close of regular trading the stock already up thirty nine percent this year Microsoft schooling sales beat analysts' projections by more than a billion dollars I've got more from Linda exit Charlie Pellett look quarter was fueled by persistent demand from corporate customers seeking to shift computing tasks to cloud based systems revenue in the period ending December thirty first rose fourteen percent to thirty six point nine billion dollars marking the software maker's tenth straight quarter of double digit sales growth analysts on average had predicted thirty five point seven billion CEO Satya Nadella has been trying to narrow the gap in cloud infrastructure with market leader Amazon in both technical capabilities and the caliber of customers are going to transfer its as your products and services in New York Charlie public Bloomberg daybreak Asia all right let's get a news update now there appears to be nothing standing in the way of brexit in two days time Baxter has that story and.

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Pro-democracy camp looks to have won big in Hong Kong vote

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

03:02 min | 2 years ago

Pro-democracy camp looks to have won big in Hong Kong vote

"Yeah we've got to stunning developments on the political scene right hand Hong Kong with the territory's pro democracy candidates voice to win a majority of seats for the district councils that off the record would turn out as well as bring in bluemix roasted she's reporting from the streets of Hong Kong rose will consider what's happened what we've seen is unprecedented numbers in terms of people voting cannot open borders seventy one percent which is really unheard of historic hit the home call it is very difficult and highly politicized environment as we protest on going for five months now the diesel engines really have been seen as a barometer a referendum pretty much on what's been going on in the process and the government not the vote has their own billing we are hearing that the pro democracy camp is gaining the lion's share of the vote and functional quickly get a final cut in the coming hours what about the selection both sides but the pro democracy site and the posts that businesses it usually means for China okay Beijing people to come out to exercise the democratic what does not election and that doesn't like what is he not yeah we know that these neighborhood councils of district councils are normally do deal with things like sanitation and and pedestrian issues and and noise levels in that but obviously a much bigger reading in this I was just looking through some of these losses Alice mac who's a lawmaker and so she lost in the district council elections and and she actually blamed Carrie lam for it and she's been in there Ross since nineteen ninety three so it's quite it's quite incredible the the way the public has spoken here very much said we the people have definitely made that feeling the fact that a very well established pro establishment figure like that it might be seeking out again there's a leadership is also something they think of blaming the lock is on only about eight fifty five is but does it depends as well as long as we speak as you say they focus on local issues I may have a little ones will be making government policy five do you feel they have some impact on the political makeup of Hong Kong they do you have the planes the Legislative Council elections will happen next yeah fight is it because it can take up art of those old state they can open up the makeup of the election select if you think that could be because of the one thousand three hundred people in that movie a hundred and seventeen a call from the house and if he pro democracy can really take the majority office is the county seat according to the example Steve then it's more likely of course than more of the that's correct that is a hundred seventeen well of course right alright Roz thanks very much Bloomberg's Rosalyn

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"bluemix" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"bluemix" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"All dot com slash why I'd be there's a look at the the things that really should be it was our the trading day goes by the Japan open of course the opponent is a bluemix Brian Curtis here is one that we're gonna be watching softbank led to well yeah absolutely that that's that stock is going to be trading down for sure today just give us a few minutes here on the opening numbers the Nikkei's trading off about a tenth of one percent but the SX two hundred is trading higher by about a half of a percent rounding out some of the cash markets up and running the cost be off two tenths of one percent yeah a lot of it is down to this delay a possible delay in the signing of the phase one deal between the US and China it looks like a a delay not a substantial reason for this so that it's more scheduling snag but it depends on how you look at this if you see it that way then you see this is opportunity is little set back here rather than a set back but you might see it the other way which is someone getting cold feet a particularly in China so that that's that that could cast a pall for more than just a single session we did have yes to be five hundred eking out a slight gain the Dow Jones industrial average fraud flat the nasdaq was off about three tenths of one percent some good news on the economic data side in Germany with factory orders soaring one point three percent in September the estimate was just zero point one percent then you have this in the U. S. productivity unexpectedly posting the first decline in almost four years in the third quarter labor costs accelerating the oil price fifty six thirty five and we had to build up in inventories there the yield on the ten year down a little bit one point eight one percent Dolly and one of eight ninety Doug over here well so let's get to this issue of US China trade in the idea that a partial deal between the two countries may not be completed until at least December that's only a month away Bloomberg Selena lying areas in Shanghai and she was telling us earlier the hold up may be related to domestic pressures the China president she is facing it is a little difficult for me to accept any deal even please when many deal with the threat of terrorism being a give the perception that Chinese capitulating to the United States under sort of a maximum.

"bluemix" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"bluemix" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And Jimmy Lee to place in today's final book Zano he's missed that. thanks very much J. rules in there with all the latest sports now we're about to go back over to zero where the crave sweets chairman is finished the briefing he was giving this morning a lot of really interesting car lines coming out of that Caroline so we know already that the CO I Paley viewable way has resigned at taking responsibility for the spying scandal I thought it was interesting that the credit squeeze chairman us run a saying that there is no cultural problem at the bank I really try to draw a line on to the issue that he's saying also that to the chairman has full confidence has the full confidence of the board and the board has full confidence into jantan let's go live now to use here again and Maria today who's there on the line first bluemix Maria today because what what was the sense you got from his press briefing in terms of what the the chairman what in the the whole company really wants to happen now. well I'd argue that this is damage control especially businesses are focusing on the German made it clear that it's not it's not a joke this will have repercussions on the reputation of the institution that damage has already been done but they're trying really actively cute console the term I came out I apologize everyone who's the boss your here are what caught personally also said that he was sorry about everything that happened to him he also to yours I thought. everyone that this is not something that happens regularly that there is no cultural as your problem I credit they do not usually age and at the relic operation like that but of course there are still many question marks you what happens here the on the on the on campus the old state the obvious question is how can you have full trust and a man who simply did not know all of this is happening why he by a man who worked very closely with him how to your institution and not be aware of that yeah indeed so you have more questions also. on the credit three story thank you so much for joining us that rebates Maria today that live from Zurich and coming up we'll be looking at two oil because the Gulf investment head of debt capital markets Rafael but Tony we talking to you I will bring you bluebirds exclusive interview with the CEO of Aramco trading that's coming up here all day.

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"bluemix" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"bluemix" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Can only lose the company's an egg producer or to use their words a shell a producer not counting his website show sales for the fiscal year ended in June were about twelve and a half billion aids that amounts to nineteen percent of all aids consume during the period cal may resulted from the nineteen sixty nine merger involving egg producers based in California and may hence the name the company has been publicly traded since nineteen ninety six the ticker is C. A. L. am cal Maine shares peaked in record four years ago since then disappointing earnings of drag down the stock of the company came out with fiscal first quarter results today and they brought more of the same cal Maine posted a wider loss and lower revenues than analysts expected in a Bloomberg survey for the second straight quarter company said the average selling price birds eggs dropped thirty percent from a year ago because there's simply too much production industry wide is there has been now for more than eighteen months those results sent count main shares to their biggest loss in four years they dropped twelve percent on the day I bet it eggs eggs eggs I never heard of this come how can I did not hear about that one of the largest producers of eggs Paul this is what stock of the day is all about finding companies relatively small you know that to you don't hear about every day and that are having a particularly interesting move now to put cal many contact that's almost a two billion dollar company by market value even after today's decline so there you go so interesting I I I personally am am a Big Eight. fans so yep you know I I support this message about eggs produced companies based in Jackson Mississippi has almost thirty five hundred employees as they mention a market cap of about two billion dollars so go figure tables and bluemix acceptor thank you so much as always joining us here in our Bloomberg interactive brokers studios I love Dave yeah I mean it's not just the tie it is that's a tight the music it's everything all right now let's get a check on the latest world and national headlines with Bob mood in the Bloomberg eleven three oh newsroom in New York thanks.

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"bluemix" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"bluemix" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Everything was going according to plan a doubt it was better yields about trade tensions of these within this week we come out on Monday and we get the oil supply and the funding issue which is sort of a two headed monster for the fed and I think they had to change course S. and P. five hundred index flattered three thousand six hundred changed on the day the Dow down fifty. two down two tenths of one percent and nasdaq up five a gain of one tenth of one percent in New York Charlie Pellett Bloomberg daybreak Asia okay let's get a close up of what is IT to happen and the trading day loss of the week of course right here in the Asia Pacific we got Sydney take care and sold coming on board and just about twenty five minutes time that's one of the for the man who knows his bluemix bronchitis well as we just heard no strong lead coming from Wall Street and the numbers here in terms of equity futures not all that outstanding a little bit higher but a couple that are down a bit U. K. futures for instance at twenty two thousand ten that's very close to our we finished up in cash yesterday China futures up a tenth of one percent hang Seng index futures about two tenths of one percent some Chinese traders have been disappointed by the lack of rate cuts in the country well we get a new gauge of borrowing costs that comes out today that'll be very interesting to see this loan prime rate released by the PTO see and that comes out again on this day Friday here stocks bonds and the currency tumbled on Tuesday following the decision by the previous you to keep the costs on the medium term lending facility steady so all eyes will be on that and in Japan we got some price stated today not all that to interesting the August core consumer prices rose half a percent year on year that match the estimate there was one slightly positive note if you strip out fresh food and energy so you've got the CPI X. those two items well you had a zero point six percent year on year gain and that was better than zero point five riso even that's not all that exciting Dalian right now want to wait too so slightly stronger yen good deals on the ten year one seventy eight and your price now fifty eight seventy five of barrel shot to you okay well we got the Hong Kong police being accused of unnecessary using unnecessary and excessive force on. multiple.

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KOMO

04:34 min | 3 years ago

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Bloomberg Radio New York

04:04 min | 3 years ago

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"Home called in Beijing at six thirty PM on the eastern seaboard of United States and Russia filament and I'm Ryan Curtis for ninety minutes out from the start of trading in some key markets in Tokyo and Sydney and soul within three hours to go before Hong Kong and Shanghai open up investors this morning eyeing weekend protests in Hong Kong as well as the weaker than expected Chinese data the economic data there and of course the trade war and so we see little risk off this morning U. K. futures down six tenths of a percent hang Seng index futures down about a third of a percent and China features a weaker by a fifth of a percent were shot yeah but I imagine that those terrorists and indeed China retaliating with higher tariffs on about seventy five billion dollars worth of US goods including soybeans orders in oil this is being rolled out in the coming months removals go pulled beef chicken wheat sorghum and cotton was going to be hit with extra terrace this is up to the trump administration did put more levees on a hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese imports affected today in Washington the fifteen percent duties are on a lot of consumer products including apparel what's more the U. S. is planning to slap tariffs on an additional one hundred and sixty billion dollars worth of goods including laptops and cell phones and that is in mid December the new US tariffs on Chinese goods means that the trade war is finally hitting apple in a real sort of way we get that story from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini the new tariffs that went into effect just after the stroke of midnight here on the east coast include a fifteen percent levies on apple watch's air pods home pods IMAX some beats headphones and possibly on some repair parts for iPhones and the nand flash storage component the iPhone won't be hit with a fifteen percent tariff until December fifteenth and summer hoping for a trade deal before then but Max Baucus former ambassador to China and former US senator says don't count on it China has begun to hunker down China's began to can't wait this out China thinks that they can weather the storm more easily than president trump for Americans think they might it's not clear if apple will absorb the terror of costs or pass them on to consumers Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg daybreak catia that we were talking about those that Chinese that purchasing managers indices numbers out over the weekend the manufacturing PMI coming in a weaker than expected the that is the trade will bit of cozy purchase no gong also hurting the region's economy was have evidence of that today with casino revenue in the cast slipping again in August let's get details on bluemix Tom mackenzie gross gaming revenue from Macau casino operators slid more than eight and a half percent last month from a year ago to about three billion dollars the plunge is more than twice as large as what analysts estimated and comes after a drop the previous month as well the protests in Hong Kong have disrupted transportation and visa applications for Chinese visitors and high rollers awards are becoming cautious again because of moves by Chinese government to clamp down on the phone and online gaming in Beijing I'm Tom mackenzie Bloomberg daybreak Asia alright let's take a look at the markets you mentioned that some of these numbers were a bit lower this morning Nikkei futures off about two thirds of one percent twenty thousand five thirty cash close to twenty thousand seven oh four late last week and SMP minis are now down about three quarters of one percent so that's a good twenty one points or so on the S. and P. five hundred pushing up we're pushing closer to twenty nine hundred there and the currency is leading the way as well the one is significantly weaker down a quarter of a percent seven seventeen eighty nine Dalian yes a lot stronger this morning Dolly and one oh six oh eight and as rich mentioned a little while ago the euro down below a dollar ten one oh nine ninety three the yield on the ten year one point four nine percent shot all right does that so what we have the members of a quick look at what else is going on out there in terms of.

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01:43 min | 3 years ago

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"All about that yields a rich this morning we are looking at a better hand off compared to where we were yesterday here what he was equities rally although volumes with a quite them absolutely we just that really did see quite a lot of comments in the morning didn't we David I mean I'm a good feature is moving to the upside and take you in Sydney bass of you more muted gains here in Hong Kong I did of course see the U. S. set equity market recover and that was following that Friday move closer when Donald Trump did say prospector trade do a better now than at anytime since talks began last year what do we have them in the Asian Stokes expected to really to get going and gain as I just mentioned we do features indicating old out of the moment it is is this it Iraq take trade narrative is some of putting it has said turned hopeful how long is it to and hopeful that is the question the diving down of trade tensions between Washington and Beijing greeted with some relief as a two mulches month for global markets is coming to an end so with that said about remaining courses it is added no probably not day your everybody too much risk on to the table amid signs that the economy glibly speaking is slowing and of course you've been here before I suppose peers of trade com of quickly been ended by surprise escalations right said that since it's a look at the snapshot of what is going on as of find out how other things in living in that it in equities and indeed in bonds as well let's take a look at that this a rise in US equities overnight hold on to the possibility of making a trade deal this is the very latest on bluemix area I do think I want to make a deal very badly.

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02:43 min | 3 years ago

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"Bad for your your statement about all will we fall into recession for two months okay the fact is somebody had to take John on my life would be a lot easier if I didn't take China on but I like doing it because I have to do it and we're getting great results trump says the terrorists are hurting China's economy and he thinks Beijing wants to make a deal earlier secretary of state Mike Pompeii indicated that the U. S. B. B. expanding its efforts against Beijing he said the telecom equipment giant qual way is not only Chinese not the only Chinese company that poses a security risk well home depot reporting stronger than expected sales the company saying it hasn't seen a blow back from the US China trade fight yes the bluemix image foundresses the home improvement chain is warning that could change that's why we've seen the full year at guidance cut when it comes to comparative sales revenue growth is that some concern that if they take the trade war isn't resolved for still see these terrorist you in September and some of the ones in the delays in December that is going to affect the consumer home depot says threatened twenty five percent tariffs on a whole new range of goods could concert about a billion dollars this year Kinsey's warning about the dangers of another Asian debt crisis it calls increasing debt repayment stress lender vulnerabilities and shadow banking practices ominous and it's calling on governments and businesses to monitor the situation we also have Morgan Stanley warning that interbank lending rates in Hong Kong could be about to rise we'll have more on that with our of on man later in the program what's an investor to do in this environment we are small commodious he's cofounder upon at Moby S. capital partners in Hays says buy gold at any level gold long term prospect is out the up and up and the reason why I say that is money supply is up up enough you know with the efforts by the central banks to lower interest rates are going to be printing like crazy and then you have all of these currencies new currencies coming into play and those new cars is of course all the crypto currencies bursting in on the sea Walmart is suing Tesla over possible fire risks for that from Bloomberg Lisa Parenti Walmart is going after Tesla's energy operations for alleged breach of contract the retailer says the Tesla company formally known as solar city failed to live up to industry standards on the installation of solar panels on hundreds of stores and it says this resulted in multiple fires across the country test low choir solar city for more than two and a half billion dollars back in twenty sixteen a Lisa Parenti Bloomberg daybreak Asia or Japan is saying that North Korea likely already has nuclear warheads and Baxter covering global news in the Bloomberg.

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02:38 min | 3 years ago

"bluemix" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"So if I know this week whether the U. K. economy shrunk in the second quarter bluemix of Austin sonic and our senior economist Tom Hansen discuss expectations for the GDP numbers the economy suffering from all the economy suffering from behind from the first course we still are a big pickup in growth so point five singles from course about what that reflected was quite a lot of stuff pointing my phones because they were worried about NATO brexit on the twenty on the March and now in the second quarter with seeing some of that come off and we will say sore night fool some call factory shut down so they're a little these one of faxes the wiring on Corey sit in the second quarter and bring it all together we think the economy's gonna experience very mild contractions point one percent to other any potential full upside surprises yeah I think I think that going as we sort of going through the courts the balance of risk has me from the downside we think to the upside we saw some retail sales states in June that was quite strong suggesting that the consumer which is about sixty five percent of the economy this thing a little bit better than people had expected so we think yeah the risks around all four Halsall serves as the up side there's a better chance of a flat reading for members of the west reading the minus zero point one three seven is that a good enough potentially to to save the data quite possibly yes so without reach across to the white a service sector there's a good chance that growth wealthy economy will at least that night we don't think we'll see growth in the second quarter I think what she was more important about this G. numbers is that it says something about what can happen in the third quarter and what is going to tell us we think at least as the economy will avoid recession which two consecutive quarters of contraction and we think grace can return in the third quarter will be it's a pretty modest rights of zero point three percent quarter horse and he said it it we think at this stage in the the recession is going to be avoided what could change that what could push things into ready next thanks well the affair of sites in the office but the the what's going with brexit is wearing at the moment we had all the warnings from all call me in the fun things like some place reports in his press conference think of the words that were in a duplex it to happen recession miss what's going okay but we think the third quarter at least the economy's probably safe course gonna stay pretty weak but going flat for schools a formal type of the thirty first you can find yourself without deal and there's been no extensions the perks that point and the U. K.'s highlights be facing recession.

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01:32 min | 3 years ago

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"Smart freak management that the move will bankroll DD's expansion plans the company still hasn't turned a profit and has been struggling with government curbs on sat on casa blank elsewhere in China the solar market is set to perhaps see a boy and year in twenty twenty that's the view of the deputy secretary general for the China photovoltaic industry association now the optimism seems to follow the release of a delayed government plan on solar development the industry had now has a better sense of where official policy is headed in the first half of the year solar installations in China slumped more than fifty percent compared to last year developers wanted to hear from the government so they were kind of treading water until that point in time the companies or rather I should say China is adopting a more market driven approach for management of solar development kind of moving away from the idea of state sponsored subsidy the first batch of on subsidized solar projects will total fourteen point eight giga watch all of that only about four gigawatts will be completed this year the remainder in twenty twenty okay let's have a look at that the day that was I have the street of dreams was lost a little bit of a giant stocks retreating from records let's get details on bluemix Charlie Pellett in this will street rap will down the S. and P. and nasdaq all lower amid a torrent of corporate results Steve chaperone is portfolio manager at federated global investment management I think right now if you're an investor the things you need to be focused on is is inflation staying low to keep the fed.

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03:17 min | 3 years ago

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"B. K. out dot com slash why I'd be Brian all right thanks very much rich let's take a closer look at what we're seeing in the markets here this morning Asian stocks are tip to move slightly higher with the emphasis on slightly we had US equities down investors taking a cautious approach to a week full of central bank activity and we have drawn pal speaking this week that'll be a big focus the dollar edged a bit higher versus a major peers but there were a couple of good signs for those of you worried about momentum in the global slowdown China's auto sales showed some signs of recovery in June and we'll get you details on that in a moment also Taiwan exports surprising to the up side as well and that could boot boot bode well for either slow down that we thought might just a spread across the global economy it looks like at least on a couple of levels things could be improving and let's take a closer look at the dollar I mentioned that he'd had strength and at the moment Dalian one away to seventy five euro at a dollar twelve the Aussie at sixty nine point seven three US cents and the offer Chinese currency right around six eighty nine WTI crude fifty seven dollars and fifty one cents in gold at thirteen hundred ninety six dollars an ounce we mentioned that equities or taking up and at the moment hang Seng index futures up about two tenths of one percent wish to you yep let's have a look at what's going on in South Korea with the president the Jing Japan to dial back on new restrictions on what it exports to his country hit is a moon J. in through a translator for one it will know you're there a global concerns over the move to limit mutually beneficial trade between civilian companies for political purposes moon's coating on take your to to return to principles of free trade also threatening to take quite responsive measures if south Korean companies are hurt by the new curbs Japan's prime minister Shinzo Ave yesterday denied the controls in retaliation for south Korean court rulings that whole Japanese companies liable for cases of forced labor before and during the second World War well subscriptions have four and nine companies opened today on China's new tech ward it's the single well it's the biggest really for a single day in four years in China the additions coming as regulators speed up IPOs for the nasdaq styled venue the first batch of twenty five firms will begin trading in two weeks time all this igniting some concern that the tech board will drain liquidity from other parts of the stock market and it was cited yesterday when we saw a very big sell off we'll see how the tech heavy China expires today after sliding nearly three percent in yesterday's action I would go to China is it will take market revving up for the first time in months this get details here courtesy of bluemix Yvonne man retail sales of sedans sports utility vehicles minivans a multi purpose vehicles rose four point nine percent to one point eight million units in June from a year ago that's according to the China passenger car association this is the first gain in more than a year but it came as dealers offer discounts to clear inventory before new emissions rules cake den.

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04:38 min | 3 years ago

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"Dot com slash PA right let's have a look at things are shaping up for the Asian session and the better to do that within bluemix drug craze the duck shot a couple of things here not the least of which of the outlook for interest rates we have the president of the Cleveland fed bank Loretta master kind of laying out the argument today against a rate cut this month on the other side that we have the C. I. over pimco telling us earlier today the fed is likely to cut rates by twenty five basis points at this month's meeting so then we have the trump trade wars we know the U. S. and China are talking that's all the earlier terrace to remain in place and now the U. S. is talking about retaliatory temperance on products from the European Union in spite of all this noise we have the S. and P. five hundred extending a record with a gain of about three tenths of one percent today we close twenty nine seventy three although to be fair volume in the S. and P. was roughly thirteen percent below the thirty day average we've got a holiday shortened week that help explain some of that Dow nasdaq comp each up more than two tenths of one percent got a ten year treasury yield at one ninety seven gold spike two and a half percent in New York or back about fourteen announce and the and strengthening by half of one percent one oh seven eighty eight Chicago Nikkei futures down a bit relative to cash Brian but it's not by much over to you all right let's take a look at this top story here Christine Lagarde set to become the head of the European central bank it makes her the first woman to run your area monetary policy well we spoke earlier with Bloomberg's Maria today in Brussels he says a Lagarde ECB could be a continuation and policy of her predecessor Mario Draghi vocal in saying that Mario Draghi in his assessment of the European economy those measures that he put in place to almost say the year improper the European economy were correct were the right path French is a big backer of the guard but more grand chief global strategist at bea Riley F. B. R. says he sees signs of trouble in the ECB's future I think it's going to become very political in Europe and I wish her well but you you have you do have to say that she doesn't have the experience under her belt to do something like this the guard would be the first to see the president who has not been a career central banker right one of a warning means I'm coming for the bank of England the governor that mug Connie warning of a damage to the global economy from rising protectionism and he referred to a cause widespread slowdown that may require a major policy response well under this one China and Mexico agreeing to boost economic relations more now from Bloomberg's Yvonne man Mexico's foreign ministry says the two countries have established an outline on how to boost relations over the next five years that's after minister Marcello every yard met with his Chinese counterpart while he in Beijing Mexico says the countries are seeking to overcome ties that were strained under the previous administration in twenty fourteen Mexico awarded a four point three billion dollar contract to a consortium led by a Chinese company for high speed rail line it was canceled three days later just before journalists revealed former president pending yet those wife had agreed to buy a luxury home from a unit of another consortium member in Hong Kong Yvonne men Bloomberg the brigade to does the show is over in about seven percent of the late session of the or to make a set a record for quarterly vehicle deliveries with members Max Schaff can says part of the reason for the surge could be consumers rushing to order vehicles ahead of the scaling back of that tax break for electric because we had a similar dynamic two quarters ago when this tax credit reduced for the first time and then there was a bit of a hang over in the first quarter where demand was very low investors got very down on the stock and now once again we're seeing sort of an a for service swing this is jazz is down by more than thirty percent so far this year well numbers out from others in the auto industry as well fiat Chrysler surging ram brand is a standout deliveries of the pick up rising fifty six percent in June and that approaches the level typically reached only by Ford's F. series the ram success carrying fiat Chrysler here to a surprise total sales game in the meantime other major automakers including Toyota and Nissan reported steeper than expected sales decline the trump administration is abandoning its fight to add a citizenship question to the twenty twenty census and Baxter has global news in the Bloomberg and.

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