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Bloomberg Radio New York

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"bob moan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For president trump from one of his most trusted captain members Bloomberg's Bob moan as the story Attorney General William Barr declared in an interview with ABC news it's time for the president to stop the tweeting about department of justice criminal cases I'm not gonna be bullied or influenced by anybody and he insisted that's not what happened when he decided to reduce the prison sentence recommendation for trump friend Roger stone he had made the decision before the president tweeted criticism of the sentence was too harsh it demonstrates the problem bar says I cannot do my job here at the department with a constant background commentary that undercuts by some Democrats on Capitol Hill called on bar to resign Bob moon Bloomberg gave Rick the Senate has approved a bipartisan measure aimed at limiting president trump at the ready to launch military operations against Iran eight Republicans joined Democrats Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer the president does not have the authority to go to war democratic and Republican senators have made that crystal clear no president no president can sidestep Congress when it comes to matters of war and peace president trump is expected to veto the war powers resolution if it reaches his desk they're not as powerful culinary workers union declined to endorse the democratic presidential candidate ahead of the states February twenty second caucus the union has criticized Bernie Sanders Medicare for all proposal which it has warned would replace the healthcare benefits the labor group has negotiated over the years president trump and governor Andrew Cuomo failed to reach an agreement to resolve a dispute over the administration's decision to ban New York state residents from using programs that allow speedier customs and immigration checks trump informal maybe yesterday at the White House during a news conference como pledge not to let federal immigration agents see lists of people who had applied for a new type of license that does not require applicants to prove that they are in the U. S. legal if they think they're going to extort New York into giving them the database of undocumented people that role I will never do that acting homeland security secretary general of says New York is the only state that restricts customs and border protection access to their data across the board global news twenty four hours a day on air and on critic by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts to more than a hundred twenty countries Michael bar this is Bloomberg make my Michael thank six oh nine on Wall Street time for the Bloomberg NBC sports update here's John stash our eight consign steely in Houston dominated the baseball season we had heard from Astros owner Jim crane when he fired as manager and GM the ex manager AJ hand recently did a sit down interview we had not heard from any of the Astros players yet three hours pregnant I was able to be both the liver grief in somewhat robotic apologies because Korea was later more forthcoming he was asked about a recent report that paid to Carlos Beltran as the ringleader of the Steve bell from was was was the the clubhouse and we all have a say in in everything that we're doing in there and he said whatever we're doing we had the chance to stop and sixteen everybody everybody has a chance to say something and we did it they'll join a course vendors all season.

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"bob moan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:41 min | 2 years ago

"bob moan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Daybreak weekend our global look ahead at the top stories for investors in the coming week I'm Bob moan into York later in our program a look at what to expect as the rich and famous gather for the annual confab in Davos Switzerland but first we check in with our bureau in Europe about what's happening at the European central bank with Bloomberg daybreak Europe anchors Caroline help Kerr and Roger hearing both of the ECB president sent a letter to policy makers about discussing the strategy review and is also a loss for open minds of the masses well for more weight joined by blue bags European economy and as a young Aranda and also see yeah you're gonna miss David Powell a great have you on the program so Christine Lagarde told the press conference last month that she's planning to stone this review in the course of January so what might that cover at Jana so first and foremost they will look at the inflation goal itself right now below but close to two percent it's quite difficult to explain there have been voices here and there to say well should we settle at two percent was some flexibility around they're very keen on establishing that the goal is symmetrical so there will be a big discussion about the inflation goal as such but there will also be discussion about climate change about digital currencies about the tools ECB uses so what we should really expect to be all encompassing okay David let me pick up on that nation about the inflation tug of having collision number the C. B. policy makers what what's the drifters to walk Montel could happen is this not only that issue that Jana brought up of what exactly the target is is also the issue of how is it measured so is is the CPI inflation the right thing to be looking at and that's what better Accor Hey brought up just before he retired from the C. B. in December there's also the rolodex inflation expect tions which she said they should look at the different measures of it as information expectations point to different things should be looking with the markets expect to what business is expecting households expect so this is a lot wrapped up in that inflation question she's going to be there their primary focus in this review so as Jana said it will look at climate change monetary policy implementation and other aspects of their jobs okay so this is the big picture oversee the stars of the new presidency radio the infancy of any presidency on the stalls of in a venue yeah but let's catch Donnell said to Paul status and actually all they go to do anything just out of this meeting of course you have the latest USA dated suggest perhaps of the worst may be over for European money factors unemployment is close to recollect than inflation crept up in December so David just one is through the latest economic data serve away from the big picture what might they actually do this makes if anything well the answer to that is very little is he economic data essentially said things are kind of just going along as they were before they're no big changes from the last the last meeting probably the biggest the biggest thing that's happening in the eurozone is that these global trade tensions are are coming down a little bit we have a measure of uncertainty in the economy that we've crate inches uncertainties coming out that's good for economic growth businesses have more clarity about what next year will look like so while we expect the latest survey suggests that in the last quarter of the year the economy grew at the same pace the third quarter zero point two you might see a small bit of improvement in the first quarter and that will provide the ECB with the luxury of focusing on longer term issues as they since you don't have to do anything on monetary policy right now or in the foreseeable future thanks there too senior year Erica colonists to David Powell and also you to Bloomberg European economy editor young around out I'm rushing hearing and I'm Carolyn had good Hey in London you can catch us every weekday morning have a pretty big day but you're beginning at six AM in London one AM oval streak bald all right thank you guys and now let's head to India where a controversy law is rattling nerves number get break Asia host Ryan Curtis is tracking developments from our Hong Kong bureau Brian Bob in the next week India's Supreme Court will begin a review of the government's controversial new citizenship law now this law has sparked weeks of demonstrations and a police crackdown in more than a dozen people have died in the protests the new law bars undocumented Muslims from neighboring countries including Pakistan and Bangladesh from seeking citizenship in India it allows people with other religious beliefs to do so the law is called the citizenship amendment act and he has been decried by many Microsoft boss such in a deli is one he said what is happening is sad joining us now to understand more about this and particularly the process of the review in the Supreme Court is Bloomberg's arsenal Chowdhry arsenal critics say that this is a violation of the constitution walk us through exactly what will the court's approach be to this review right on top we need to mention that India has a secular is a secular country and we were in our constitution is decidedly for your holiday be diligent every citizen equal before the law this is the first time dad in the history of India independent India since nineteen forty seven but we have a government that has come up with a law that says that only a but did you know they that would exclude the particular religion it includes religion of Muslims from this particular you know from seeking citizenship in India which is something that violates the article fourteen of our constitution and so we are expecting that that is what we come up before the Supreme Court and the Supreme Court to look at it as we did this is a violation of that particular article and with the you know disloyal then holds because we hoping that we will basically get to redefine and agree once again on the fact that you don't mean it the whole truck based on the street have been about basically this that you cannot keep out one group of citizens because this law comes is supposed to be followed by something called the national citizens registry actually what the national citizens a history will do is that it was done at all I need will ask people you know well for this individual documents if he moves and sick or Jane door the other religions in India even Christians they find that these religions of people from these religions don't have the documents they can you see a basically get the citizenship but the most will not be able to do that it's a process to to enable refugees in India to get citizenship and have that formalized and that process and that would help them in in order to get into educational institutions to get jobs and buy property but it's backfired has not had his backside tremendously because people can see the malice behind this particular you know law there was no need for this law is unprecedented all right we are so thank you so much for joining us here on the program Bloomberg's Arjuna Chowdhry I'm Brian Curtis in Hong Kong along with Doug Chris near on the program you can catch us every week day here for Bloomberg daybreak Asia begins at seven AM in Hong Kong and six PM on Wall Street Bob all right thank you Brian.

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"bob moan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"bob moan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To determine order cut off times for the holidays FedEx shares jumping as much as three point three percent on the news all right six minutes you're past the hour let's get a news update back and forth on impeachment even before its official let's get to Bloomberg spot moon in the newsroom he explains it for us Bob Bryan the arguments for and against impeachment are still officially days away but the battle in the court of public opinion is already well underway as the democratic White House prepares to trance main articles of impeachment to the Republican led Senate on Wednesday Republican leader Mitch McConnell is already attacking the case before he's received your for your you really got to wonder what the definition of fair trial is they did almost nothing that you would expect the house to do in order to set up this case to be considered by the Senate as pressure mounts for McConnell to call fresh witnesses he's ridiculing that idea he explains it this way if the case is strong there should be no need for additional testimony and if the case is weak house Democrats should not impeached in the first place a coughing fit stop the play at a qualifying match for the coming Australian Open tennis tournament so Vinny is Dolly yucca Povich collapsed and had to withdraw from the match because of smoke caused by wildfires if wept across Australia the announcer at the match telling the crowd she couldn't go on these young which is unable to continue skating seven months okay he was assisted off the court match officials were criticized beforehand for going ahead with competition even though a cloud of smoke hangs over Milborne prime minister Scott Morrison says forecasters expect more difficult dry and warm conditions in the months ahead and the National Security Agency has discovered was classified as a major security flaw in Microsoft Windows operating system Microsoft says the NSA notify the company about it and a fix is now being sent out to only use twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than a hundred twenty countries Brian back to you Bob thanks very much our guest is on woody Bahuguna head of multi asset strategy Columbia Threadneedle I'm ready we just heard from Bob moan about the back and forth on impeachment spent quite a bit of back and forth here on on U. S. China what get signed to Morrow since we don't know too much about it it's it's very hard to answer this question but do you think that the market today acted appropriately given some of these new inputs hi dad I believe that is my understanding I think what markets were looking for one is Stanford escalation if the escalation in the tire discussion or are we taking a step back and despite the news that some of that how is there not be told Bach and bills will remain in place what what encouraging is that there is no further escalation in so I think yesterday or the day before we got the news on the building the currency manipulation title and today the get the near that well actually they're trying to make sure there's better enforcement of little bit of carrot little bit of steak yeah the two loving even bar B. E. L. I I take that point but even if it even if it doesn't mean a hit to sentiment we still have these terrorists then for much longer and there is the negative effect on the economy to take into consideration I yes absolutely the estimate he had lost the for the existing tariff and their impact on the economy were actually fairly small David and zero point two two zero point three and of grow to range which really wasn't enough to knocked the momentum of girls that he had lost here the field was that escalation would worsen would make it a sizable economic here and then on top of that there was a fear that it would make a CDS dented sentiment and bills factors have great cringed a bit so since there is so much uncertainty about this trade deal phase one phase two what's in phase one win will face to come is two percent GDP growth for the U. S. probably a safe middle ground prediction yes I would say I it it's got a quite quite save that daughter thought of where we are I think the consensus around that maybe a little less of most of it I would say still reliant very much on the U. S. concealer I think what I would love to see is some of the set Hey Nikki died down love to see some improvement in the business sentiment indicators things like the the your current events date the NFIB data the theme crude mentions that data Dan asal phase that we could upgrade what kind and also great sure and also an improvement in earnings and to talk a little bit about it we had some pretty strong earnings from city and JP Morgan today so talk a little bit more about what you expect to see an earnings and and whether these valuations can be made to look a little bit more.

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"bob moan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"bob moan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Michael good morning Megan Turkey agreed to a temporary pause of military operations in Syria that could be extended of Kurdish fighters formally allied with America leave the border region vice president Mike pence made the announcement in Ankara after a visit there following about five hours of talks with Turkish president race of giant bottle one bluebirds cementum account has more from Istanbul now this is a huge win for Texas president magic I pass on this is exactly what he's been pushing for four years now however is Wes noting that this hundred twenty hours will end the day that president has long will meet with Russian president Vladimir Putin this will be a huge meeting because of course Russia is the strongest form POW in Syria I want which supports the Syrian government at a campaign rally in Dallas last night president trump described the deal as a victory American combat troops should not be at the center of agent sectarian conflicts all over the world bring our soldiers back despite his remarks about Ukraine yesterday acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney now says his comments were misunderstood Bloomberg's Bob moan as the story what did Mulvaney need money effectively told White House reporters the president offered Ukraine military aid but tied into the man's the country investigate the origins of the rush of pro this is right is a quid pro quo funding will not flow in less the investigation is the Democrats server happen as well we do we do we do that all the time with foreign policy and when pressed on the question I have news for everybody get over it there's going to be political influence in foreign policy of any later denied admitting there was a quid pro quo after house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff said the admission and taking things from very very bad to much much worse Bob moon Bloomberg did break energy secretary Rick Perry says that he'll leave the posts this year the former Texas governor has recently come under scrutiny in the house impeachment inquiry over his discussions with Ukraine thousands of Chicago public school teachers are entering their second day of a labor strike calling for among other things better wages global news twenty four hours a day all Aironet tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than a hundred twenty countries are Michael bar this is Bloomberg all right Michael thanks it's five oh nine on.

"bob moan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"bob moan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Week they at this time terminal customers can read more at P. I. N. go just before six thirty nine on Wall Street time for the Bloomberg green report here's Bob moan when it comes to wind turbines bigger is definitely better and the largest offshore wind farm in the world is set to run on the world's biggest wind turbine developed by general electric's renewables units up to sixteen thousand European households could be powered by the renewable energy of one hell yeah that she is made an agreement to sell its eight hundred fifty three foot tall power generating machine for a wind farm off the eastern coast of England a testament to how the increasing scalable projects and turbans is driving down the cost of renewable energy it also increases pressure on other turbine makers to develop their own bigger versions which could bring in new wave of price competition to the industry the ease hardly at X. turban stands as high as an eighty five story building almost three times as tall as the statue of liberty the so called Dogger bank wind farm one of power purchase contracts from the U. K. government last month that will support the project that's the Bloomberg green business report I'm Bob Malone thank you Bob food insecurity appears to be a big problem for low income and disabled Medicare recipients Nancy alliance has more from the Bloomberg ninety nine one Washington newsroom a recent study published in the journal of the American medical association offers a snapshot of the problem roughly ten percent of Medicare seniors and about forty percent of Medicare recipients who are younger than sixty five with long term disability experienced food insecurity at some point in the last year Bloomberg laws Tony Pulis says beginning next year Medicare advantage plans will expand coverage to allow recipients to receive home. delivered.

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"bob moan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bob moan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"At six thirty seven on Wall Street the following is an editorial from Bloomberg opinion teachers have been using technology since the invention of the blackboard the digital revolution has accelerated that trend the market for educational taken the U. S. and Europe now exceeds a hundred billion dollars unfortunately there is little evidence improve student performance and too much tech may actually backfire for example a twenty fifteen study of thirty eight countries found that those that made large investments in educational technology showed no appreciable improvement in student achievement and in the U. S. fourth graders have reported using digital devices most or all of their classes did worse on reading test then those who use them laughs of course the school should be willing to adopt technologies that show promise such as some personalized learning programs which have yielded games for poor students but until these tools offer clearer and more widespread benefits for students they should be evaluated with a skeptical lie. this other four was written by the Bloomberg opinion editorial board I'm David Shipley for more Bloomberg opinion please go to Bloomberg dot com slash opinion or okay I go on the Bloomberg terminal this has been Bloomberg opinion of American opinion editorials every week at this time terminal customers can read more and P. I. N. go six thirty eight on Wall Street time for the Bloomberg green report here's Bob moan as president trump argues that the state of California shouldn't be able to decide auto emissions standards for other states more states are turning the message right back on trump it's not his decision to make two democratic governors have lined up their states to join the thirteen others in adopting California's rules even after the trump administration moved to nullify stated forty on fuel efficiency rules Minnesota governor Tim Walsh directed his state's environmental agency to begin drafting rules to cut tailpipe emissions and both to sales of electric cars with policies patterned after California will fill the news conference trump isn't about to set standards for his state that are less stringent. chaos.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"bob moan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The ad council this is Bloomberg daybreak weekend or global look ahead at the top stories for investors in the coming week I'm Bob moaned in New York up later in our program we continue the central bank theme with policy decisions from the bank of Japan and the bank of England but first what said to our Bloomberg ninety nine one newsroom in Washington to see what items in politics and government are set to top the agenda next week for that we bring in any Morris host of our politics policy power and law program heard weekdays at noon on Bloomberg radio Amy thank you Bob Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the chambers top priority next week a floor vote on the debt limit budget deal that the house passed on Thursday the most Republicans voted against it even after the president urged them to support it let's get more on this and other issues coming up next week with Bloomberg news managing editor Michael shepherd the first this is one of those deals nobody is one hundred percent in love with is there any risk that this might not pass it might get some push back well the as you know Congress has been under pressure to act on the borrowing limit which is government reached in March and the treasury's been able to manage the federal debt to avert a default but this extraordinary measures are running out sometime in September lawmakers are very well aware of that and nobody wants this thing to go side ways so we expect that the Senate vote next week on the measure would add to extend the US that's healing for for two years we'll go through the measure passed the house on Thursday with a wide margin and it has the support of president Donald Trump he has the like that it will lessen the odds of a government shutdown fight this fall and put off any risk of the US the fault until after the twenty twenty election now this deal that they're gonna be voting on also includes a three hundred twenty four billion dollar increase in spending about above the current budget caps there has been some grumbling from Republicans were concerned that it will add nearly two trillion dollars to the debt counting inflation and net interest over this two year period that said we're not seeing this thing going sideways right now is that we give them pause because it does sounds quite pricey it is pricey but you know we've noticed over the past many years but especially during president Donald trump's first term here that the deficit hawks out there have really gone into hiding and some people are saying that they're an endangered species and that whatever concerns that they have over increasing the deficit and adding to that that have been outweighed by the desire to spend in other areas and we do have another big event coming up this week the US sending top negotiators to Shanghai to jumpstart those trade talks with China what are you watching for what we're watching for US trade representative Robert light Heiser and treasury secretary Stephen the new chin to try to restart these face to face talks over trade you'll remember that in may they broke down and pretty spectacular for fashion it led to all these threats of additional terrorist from president Donald Trump and just in increasing tension between the two largest economies in the world the US side at the time was claiming that China had reneged on previously promises that were previously made in these trade talks and that's a contention that China has consistently rejected but the talks got back onto track in June during the group of twenty summit in Japan where trump in Chinese president she's in pain to clear this tentative truce in the year long trade war and that have been disrupted by the by the breakdown in talks no we can't look at the resumption of these high level talks as a harbinger of any broad deal being in an imminent minu chin says there will be many more meetings and discussions to be had they have been talking to their counterparts by phone but we have not seen any face to face conversation so this is a big moment of course all this is taking place is tensions are rising domestically in China they've been the protests in Hong Kong that grabbing global attention and drink some expressions of concern from the U. S. too all right thank you Michael that's Bloomberg news managing editor Michael shepherd and that's what's.

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