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Bloomberg Radio New York

08:25 min | 3 months ago

"bonnie quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With Bloomberg Business Flash, Right or thank you made that I appreciate that stocks in the U. S have dropped off, as did European stocks earlier. This is a risk off. Moved descended on markets the dollars higher. In fact, it's jumped the most since September, and Treasury yields are down. Let's look at the numbers the recipes down 1.3% down 51 the Dow's Down 1.3% down 392 and the NASDAQ is down over 1% down 138. 10 Years up 5 30 seconds with a yield of 1.1%, West Texas Intermediate crude oil is up a half a percent now 50 to 87 a barrel with comics gold down 4/10 of a percent at 18 47 90 and pounce. The dollar yen 10404. The euro adult 2088 in the British found a dollar 37 even let's take our quarterly our look at Gamestop, which is extended its surge. Bullish day, traders were keeping the upper hand over short sellers. The stock was up 140% as of the open in New York, after having served more than three fold in the past four days. Now up 95% of that is a Bloomberg business Flash. I'm Gregg Jarrett. You're listening to Bloomberg Markets with Bonnie Quinn and polls Weenie on Bloomberg Radio on this focus on fixed income is brought to you by Pimco, a global leader in active fixed income. Learn how pinko creates opportunities for investors at pimco dot com slash bonds. All investments contain risk and may lose value. Consult your investment professional before investing. And now we want to get to our next guest, Brian Whelan, his group managing director for TCW's fixed income group, Brian, The obvious question were below 1% once again on the 10 year, We waited a long time to get back above the 1%. And actually in the In the immediate moment, we're back above it, But we did get below it. Well, what took us there and what happens post everyone see. Sure, Bonnie. Thanks for having me. Um you know, I think the run from the 10 year up about 25 basis points on the year when I got up close to about 11.2% was a lot about the blue wave. And, um, the You know the hope that there'd be you know, a tremendous amount of fiscal stimulus. And I think that you know the run back toward 1% or maybe different right below. It is kind of maybe a recognition that You know the the administration. While they may have these these goals and I'll put out the stimulus packages, it may not be as easy to implement a zoo originally thought on. It certainly might take a little bit longer than originally thought. So, Brian, What do you think? Just focus on the 10 year year. How do you What's your outlook here for rates because you know, we had been in that trading range from was still in there. Obviously kind of right smack in the middle of some type of trading range here, But what's your outlook? Yeah. You know, it's um, first. I think we took that out. Look, you gotta kind of forget. You know what? You what you learned back in school, and you know how the had a nominal rates should move relative to growth? Because, you know we're in this world where Rates are clearly controlled by by the Fed, you know, and what they do with their balance sheet on, so I think you just gotta you gotta take him out their word, You know, which is that? You know they're going to continue with this policy. You know, they're not gonna you know, lift off the zero bounds. Not gonna happen till at least 2023. You know, a reduction in the pace of the growth of the balance sheet. That's not gonna happen till next year. S so it's hard to see rates going much you know, significantly higher from where they are now because you know, also in addition, Not only the economy fragile, but I think you know the markets would react negatively to it to attend your rate significantly higher. So you know, we hate to put you know numbers and bands on rates because you know, you never know. But you know, it's kind of hard to see the 10 year. Certainly not getting to a you know, a two point something Ah yield this year And personally, I think we'd be surprised if you know it got much above a 1.5. So what do you do? Because we were just talking yesterday about the record amount of junk issuance. There's also huge, you know, investment grade issuance. There's lots to buy out there, but none of it is all that attractive. Is it? Uh, it's a bond party now. You know, I think that the Fed has successfully repressed everyone. Um, and you know, we're I mean, just, you know, for for your three year, your listeners. I mean, you know, we are what we're much lower and interest rates, you know, um today than we were a year ago. When you look at other things like credit spreads and where Heil bonds are trading and leverage, loans and parts of the securitized market, the mortgage backed securities when he talked about like the spread, and how they trade relative to Treasuries. We're right back where we were last year, so you know from Just from a kind of the narrow world of the bond world, At least on on the credit side, everything non treasure related. You know, it looks exactly like it did before the pandemic. So we've unwound. Um you know the entire pandemic period even though You know, we're clearly not out of the pandemic, so that so the market does. I've heard some of you know, Alan Blinder said. You're the markets are definitely forward looking on, and I think they're priced not necessarily for even like the middle of 2021 markets on the credit side are priced for, you know the end of 2021, if not 2020. 2022 All right. So, Brian, let's talk about credit quality. How are you viewing it? What are you seeing in your portfolio in terms of credit quality here? We're almost 12 months into this pandemic and economic disruption. Yeah, I think I think that's the same way. You know we're running with here is that Let's just let's try to justify today's prices in today's spreads from a credit perspective, like clearly the market is looking toward like I said, the end of the year and let's just say, and that's kind of consensus that by the end of this year The economy is the same size as it was, you know in, Let's say, February 2020 so before the pandemic, so so we kind of we kind gun. We've gone through the dark ravine of the of the economic contraction, and it was about the same size economy. The point we like to emphasize is that while the size economy may be the same by the end of the year, it's going to have a different shape. And when an economy has a different shape. And that may be a good thing long term. But when an economy has a different shape, there's gonna be winners and losers. Some are going to kind of fall outside of the economy and maybe not relevant anymore, so our thoughts, particularly when spread their tight and there's not a lot of value in his Vanni indicated. You're gonna have have and have nots. And so as an investor, you want to think you can't just think from Ah, hi. Macro perspective. You know the economy back where it was by the end of the year. No, no. You've got to think about what economy gonna look like. How do we eat? How do we entertain ourselves? How do we work? Where do we work? How do we travel all these things and who we're going to be the winners and who are gonna be the losers and then reconstruct your bond or even your equity portfolio. To succeed in that new world, you know again, not not just focusing on the size or the growth of that new world. But what does it look like? Ryan willing, Thank you so much for joining us. We appreciate that Brian wailing. He's a group managing director for TCW's fixed income group. They're based at on the West Coast. They have a couple of dollars under management. So we always pay attention to what they're saying on the fixed income side Looking at Gamestop Bonnie, I know you wanted an update. It's up 117% today. Up 1600% year to date up 7400%. As for the Bloomberg terminal on a trailing 12 month basis, let's try to put some of that. Into context. We could do that with John Authors. He's a senior editor for Bloomberg Markets. He's seen a thing or two John. Thanks so much for joining us here. What do you make it of the game stops of the world, and there's a lot more besides Gamestop and you take a look at some these other names like Tootsie Roll on AMC Entertainment and others. Well, I guess my my best take on this, which has provoked a lot of reaction, but this is obviously publish behavior. Not necessarily a bubble for the entire market that extremely Proffy behavior at the margins in the very least, which is concerning what's really concerning is that it's not a classic bubble driven by Greed. It seems to me to be driven by Anger. People feel that the current situation is unfair..

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"bonnie quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 3 months ago

"bonnie quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Funny Quinn and Paul, Sweetie. Well, technology lead us out of this crisis. I don't know how many companies can accept people back on their roster bed seems to have really flexed its muscles. There's still a coronavirus risk breaking market news and inside from Bloomberg experts to wring out that boy. The dip mentality that takes time. Are we looking at a more damaging break in the labor market? Does the shape of the yield curve matter? We're looking at late 2021 early 2022 were really feels quote unquote normal. These he's Bloomberg markets with Bonnie Quinn and Paul Sweetie on Bloomberg Radio. Coming up following a disappointing jobs number this morning. We will chat with Marty Moochie, president, CEO of Paycheck Get a check on their outlook for small business employment plus job, my SEC from a Bloomberg briefs. We will get the latest on the municipal bond market, but first, let's go to great Jared Bloomberg News for a Bloomberg business flash record. All the SNT has resumed its advanced azi data showing a sharp slowdown. US. Hiring bolstered speculation further stimulus is coming. Let's look those numbers the S and P is up 4/10 of a percent of 15. The Dow is little changed up 20 and the NASDAQ is up. Three quarters of 1% of 97 10. Years down, 6 30 seconds. The Yield 1.1% West Texas Intermediate crude's up 1.8% of 51 76. A barrel with Comex gold down 2.6% 18 64 20 announced. The dollar yen is the one of 3 76 the euro dollar 20 to 16, the British found a dollar 35 95 that is a Bloomberg business Flash Bloomberg markets is underway Bonnie Quinn and Paul Swing All right, let's get back to Dave Wilson. Now we want to have a look at.

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"bonnie quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:47 min | 4 months ago

"bonnie quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg Markets with Bonnie Quinn and Paul Sweetie. Well, technology lead us out of this crisis. We don't know how many companies can accept people back on the roster bed seems to have really flexed its muscles. They're still growing the virus risk breaking market news and inside from Bloomberg experts ring out that by the dip mentality That takes time. Are we looking at more damaging break in the labor market? Does the shape of the yield curve matter? We're looking at late 2021 early 2022 were really feels quote unquote normal. These he's Bloomberg Markets, with Bonnie Quinn and Paul Sweetie on Bloomberg Radio. Welcome to Bloomberg Markets on this Thursday, December 31st 2020 wrapping up for the year, our last trading day. Of 2020. I'm Cal master in for Bonnie Quinn and Paul Sweeney. It's a quiet market day. Little changes a little bit lower on the down the NASDAQ on Dollar Day when we've got the most read story in the Bloomberg millions of Americans calling in sick, stumping the recovery so we might dig into that. Of the next few hours. Never calling in sick, though, is John Tucker. He's going to check on your world, the national not world, the national top business stories, although you could do it all. John Tucker e. No. Yeah, that's pretty much what they hear me with you weigh the major averages slightly lower, lighter than usual volume. As we close out 2020 training eight of the 11 industry groups in the S and P 500, lower communications services stocks biggest gainers. Real estate, the biggest losing sector. We had the economic data that claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly falling tow a one month low. That surprise declining claims is a welcome sign. Of course, the level remains pretty much elevated. Over at Glory. Me well,.

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"bonnie quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:47 min | 4 months ago

"bonnie quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg Markets with Bonnie Quinn and Paul Sweetie. Well, technology lead us out of this crisis. We don't know how many companies can accept people back on the roster bed seems to have really flexed its muscles. They're still growing the virus risk breaking market news and inside from Bloomberg experts to wring out that by the dip mentality that takes time. Are we looking at the most Damaging break in the labor market. Does the shape of the yield curve matter? We're looking at late 2041 early 2022 were really feels quote unquote normal. This he's Bloomberg markets with Bonnie Quinn and Paul Sweetie on Bloomberg Radio. You are listening to Bloomberg markets. I'm not funny, Quinn. I'm not Paul Sweeney and Carol Master in for both of them on this Tuesday, December 29 2020 will continue to track the markets for you also coming up. Going to talk about that solar winds. Hackett, the latest on that also, what do you make of airlines Oil golden Bitcoin as maybe some investments to consider. They're gonna wrap up with another update on specs. We'll get to that in just a moment. First up, though, Let's get to your top business stories and a check on that trading day here is John Tucker and Carol MPs. These records sucks right now kind of flat. At least the major averages healthcare companies among the best performers in the S and P. 500. The index has been fluctuating. Closing at that record to start the week in the wake of the relief package for covert 19 S and P 500 is set to end the year more than 15% higher and take that with the NASDAQ composite index gains exceeding 40%. And Matt Porn back is head of global macro strategy of Morgan Stanley, he says, with so much liquidity floating around kind of tough to say there's gonna be a correction in stocks anytime soon. Validation is.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:34 min | 5 months ago

"bonnie quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"But he can't say that in reverse. Also any back with you, a Bloomberg markets. We lost connections a little technical difficulty. New right now, let's head the great Jerry will get a Bloomberg business flash right now. Great what he have force well, stocks continue to extend the record games ball. The dollar's slide is deeper as investors wait prospects for fresh physical support from Washington. Service Industries expanded it a more moderate yet still healthy face in November. Let's take a look at the numbers right now, as they stand. The S and P is up a quarter of a percent up 10. The Dow is up 6/10 of a percent of 177. And the NASDAQ is up. One half of 1% of 59 10 year right now is up to 30. Seconds, with the yield of 300.92%, West Texas Intermediate crude oils now up 8/10 of represented 45 64 Barrel comics. Gold's up attempted represented 18 32, 80 and pounds. Reality and one of 3 81 the eurozone 21 53, the British pound a dollar 34 90. Let's take a look at some things people are interested in silver, for one is down three quarters of 1% of 23 92. An ounce Google is set up a quarter of a percent. Netflix is down one half of 1% and Apple is down a temple percent. That's a Bloomberg business Flash. I'm glad you have it. You're listening to Bloomberg markets with Bonnie Quinn and polls Weenie on Bloomberg Radio. Suite here with you. Bonnie Quinn is off. We apologize for the technical difficulties.

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"bonnie quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:32 min | 5 months ago

"bonnie quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It's gotta Bloomberg business last from Greg Jared's stock's been fluctuating Baniyas. A slide in tech companies is tempering bets on a surgeon. Economic activity once vaccines Become widely available. Let's take a look at the numbers. Now the S and P is little changed up one. The Dow is up one half of 1% up 144, the NASDAQ Down 3/10 of a percent down 38. The 10 year is down 10 30 seconds with the yield of 300.85% West Texas Intermediate crude oil's up 1.2% of 42 90 a barrel comics, gold is down. 2.2% at 18 37 10 per ounce, the dollar yen 14 53, the euro, Valerie Team 20 and the British pound developed 32 86 GM is recalling 5.9 million vehicles after losing an appeal of the government ordered callback related to a massive safety issue affecting more than 60 million airbags in cars and trucks. Made by almost every major automakers GM right now, those up 2.1% at 43 93 a share. That's a Bloomberg business flash. I'm going, Jerry. You're listening to Bloomberg markets. With Bonnie Quinn and polls Weenie on Bloomberg Radio Well with equity markets at or near all time highs, the market is clearly discounting better economic trends in 2021. In part, perhaps because some of this very strong vaccine vaccine news we've been receiving over the past couple of weeks. Let's chat with our next guest on his thoughts for the markets. We do that Bill Smead, chief investment.

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"bonnie quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 5 months ago

"bonnie quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg markets with body Quinn and Paul Sweetie, the Fed action essentially unlimited quantitative easing company's taking aim at Corona virus vaccines and other treatments. This could be a lower for longer hit market selloff, feeling global, once again breaking market news and inside from Bloomberg experts. It's possible that this is going to be a starring recession. The scent is really showing. They're doing whatever it takes. A lot of people don't expect that the economy will reopen in full is really hitting Industrial America and it's a major crisis, please. He's Bloomberg markets, with Bonnie Quinn and Paul Sweetie on Bloomberg Radio Good Wednesday morning from New York City and points beyond to our world wide audience coming up. Going? It looks like 7 37. Max is going to be back in the air. We're gonna get a sense of what That means for Boeing and for the airlines. Plus, we're going to speak to bio and tech CEO. He's going to speak with you. Johnson from Bloomberg Television at the bottom of the hour, get the latest on the vaccine. Some very, very important is coming across over the past week or so This relates to the vaccine, but first, let's go to great Jared Bloomberg News or a Bloomberg This is flash correct. Stocks are fluctuating right now, Paul is investors way signs that scientists are making fast progress toward a Corona virus vaccine that with news of fresh restrictions to curtail the spread bit going, has surged past $18,000 for the first time since December. 2017 report easing off that advance George Bori What's Fargo Asset Management tells Bloomberg Vaccine news is mixed at best. We still have some very meaningful headwinds. The data is getting worse. Not better. The statistics from covert or getting worse, not better. While there's hopes for a vaccine, the reality is that vaccine probably doesn't come to the fore until probably the second quarter of next year..

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"bonnie quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Vaccine prevented More than 90% of infections. In the study of tens of thousands of volunteers, the results could pave the way for a vaccine by the end of the year. Visor and bio in Tech could get two months safety data next week Wall Street that was throwing caution to the wind at the news s and P Futures are up. 125 NASDAQ futures Up 72 Dow futures up 1410 points Investors had already resumed their rally. Even before the vaccine news. Money managers say they were relieved The election results weren't drawn out with a razor thin margin, and they're looking forward to aid for the economy from a Biden administration. A company that owns vans in North Face. VF Corporation is now buying supreme. It's a street where fashion label it's a more than $2 billion cash deal. Joan Doniger Bloomberg Radio. Would you believe that finding knowledgeable people who think about what they're guests just said is easy. You're right. It wasn't reviewing that sector of the market. Bonnie Quinn Sounds like you think this movie is not a fetish. It's just a little breather. Paul's Weenie where connect confidence come from given what's going on in the world Bloomberg markets. We came mornings at 10 Eastern on Bloomberg Radio. The Bloomberg business happened. Bloomberg radio dot com. Bloomberg, the world is listening. When we say Bloomberg brings you the latest financial and business news anywhere we've actually given the matter quite a bit of thought. Let's get now too. I guess joining us from Bangkok. She joins us on the phone from the Hudson Valley. Bloomberg Radio Bloomberg business happen Bloomberg radio dot com. What is that? Moral leadership looked like T you at number the world is listening..

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:06 min | 6 months ago

"bonnie quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg Markets podcast with Paul Sweeney and Bonnie quit, But there's some sectors that you want to have more or less exposure to market selloff. Healing glow will once again analysis of the day's Wall Street action. What's the thought on Apple here from Bloomberg Intelligence, Bloomberg opinion and Influential. Mrs Baker is a very, very disturbing, dynamic network. Bloomberg Markets with Paul Sweeney and Bunny Quinn subscribe today at Bloomberg radio dot com. Bloomberg Business or Would you believe that finding knowledgeable people who think about what they're guests just said is easy. You're right. It wasn't Howard. Reviewing that sector of the market. Bonnie Quinn Sounds like you think this movie is not a pinkish. It's just a little breather. Paul's Weenie where connect confidence come from given what's going on in the world Bloomberg markets. We came mornings at 10 Eastern on Bloomberg Radio. The Bloomberg business happened. Bloomberg radio dot com. Bloomberg, the world is listening. Imagine being fired because of who you love. Imagine being denied medical treatment because of who you marry. Imagine being evicted because of who you are. Millions of Americans don't have to imagine this. They have to live it because in 31 states, it's legal to discriminate against LGBT people get the fax that beyond I do dot or brought to you by the Guild Foundation in the Ad council, not completing high school is more of a social thing, but it was an academic thing I came out. In the 11th grade. Nobody was embracing you Kids were cruel. It was very difficult to be gay. Even though all these years have passed. I still had that longing to have my diploma. The hard part was Determining I was gonna do, But I definitely didn't do it on at age 30 With the help of her mentor, Parisa finished her high school diploma. Have a mentor Maria. She convinced me to continue my education and finish what I started to get my diploma. Just never judges. She's a true role model..

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:43 min | 7 months ago

"bonnie quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Bloomberg business Four subscribe on apple pie, Gas economics. All this doom and gloom was out there finding you see, this is a technical correction. Investment. What are you looking at? Give you some sort of compass. Through this period. Bloomberg supervillains podcast lots and lots of talk about what the Fed should and shouldn't do Donkey, Jonathan Farrow, these Abramowitz and the names that shape the world's markets. Speak with Professor Schiller of Yale University. Bloomberg Surveillance. Listen today and Bloomberg dot com or subscribe on Apple podcast the markets in focus every Business day Bloomberg Markets Podcast with Paul Sweeney and Bonnie Quinn. But there's some sectors that you wanna have more less exposure to market selloff. Feeling global, once again Analysis of the day's Wall Street action. What's the thought on Apple here from Bloomberg Intelligence, Bloomberg opinion and influential newsmaker. Disturbing, dynamic network. Bloomberg Markets with Paul Sweeney and Bonnie Quinn subscribe today at Bloomberg radio dot com. Bloomberg Business APP or COVERT 19 Can the world reopened for business gives a sense of how you're wrapping up? Take care of folks on the ground? What's the long term impact? Why will we not see a shape recovery? When will there be a cure or a vaccine? How can you model that at a time when it's unclear whether we're going to see a resurgence and viruses? The answers will emerge. Can you give us A sense of timing and you'll find them here. Bloomberg Radio. The Bloomberg business happened. Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg World is listening. Well more of that Treasury sell off that we saw.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:16 min | 7 months ago

"bonnie quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg markets money Quinn and Poles We How do you kind of you? The volatility in the marketplace here? The harshest downturn for American workers in history companies across the board across industries, really trying to shore up their balance sheets? Very, very disturbing, dynamic braking market news and inside from Bloomberg experts so much that you can speed up vaccine development Because of all the dislocations. There's always relative value trade that you could be doing. This could use a procession of in a V shape profession. The uncertainty I think that is Cooking everyone Bloomberg markets with Bonnie Quinn and Poles on Bloomberg Radio. Coming up. We're going to get the latest on US China Tech relations. We checked Tic tac. We'll get all the latest post. We could get a sense of how the stalled fiscal stimulus is impacting the municipal bond market. But first we go to great Jared Bloomberg News or a blooper business flash. All in a month, during which the red hot trade in tech stocks has wavered and options activities dominates headlines. Traders were just jolted with a spike of trading volume. Quadruple witching is being given credit for that. Investors are also reacting to the Federal Reserve. Atlanta Fed President Rafael Bostic tells Bloomberg he still thinks 2% inflation is possible, so I think we were actually much, much closer to our target. Just pre crisis then I think has been really recognized in the press that said, wear not in that place now, but I have confidence that once we get back into sort of stable growth and robust recovery that we can get back to that pre pre crisis level where all the signs were positive stocks are down. We checked the markets every 15 minutes. Frustrated baby SNC is down one half of 1% down 18. Housed in a quarter of a percent down 68. The NASDAQ is down. 8% down 93 10 years little changed. The yield is 100.68%, West Texas Intermediate. Crude's up 7/10 of a percent of 41 26 barrel with Cummings Gold up. Half a percent at 1960 80 announced the gallery and 10 for 30 to the euro salary. 18 58 in the British found dollars 29 60. It's a Bloomberg business. Flash. Bloomberg markets continues Now Bonnie Quinn and Paul Sweetie Sorry, Greg. Thank you very much is time now for.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:13 min | 8 months ago

"bonnie quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bluebird markets with Quinn and Paul Sweetie, will technology lead us out of this crisis. I don't know how many companies can accept people back on their roster. If Ed seems to have really flexed its muscles, there's still a Corona virus risk breaking market news and inside from Bloomberg experts to wring out that by the dip mentality that takes time, But we're looking at a more damaging breaking, believe the market does the shape of the guilt. Kurt Matter get late. 2021 early 20. 22 were really feels horrible. Thes Bloomberg markets with Bonnie Quinn and Paul Sweetie on Bloomberg Radio coming up, We're going to check in on a very interesting story that title Hunger is threatening to kill more people than Cove it this year. We'll dive into that story coming up plus Ron con managing director at Lincoln on how middle market companies are doing in this pandemic economic environment. First, Let's go to great Jared Bloomberg News for a Bloomberg business flesh. I got a little bit of wavering going on here. Paul, the major equity bench. Lunch is still on track, however, to close up their best month since April, both B S and P and the tech heavy NASDAQ not stall time heist The end of last week is the summer vacation season began to draw to a close. Let's take a look at these numbers s and P is little changed now up just less than one. The Dow is down 6/10 percent of 160. The NASDAQ is up 6/10 of a percent up 73 10 years up one 32nd with a yield of 10.71%, West Texas Intermediate crews now up 3/10 of a percent of 43 12 barrels. Comics goes down to 10 presented 1970. Even for ounce. The dollar yen is currently at one of six. So for the euros about 1959 on the British pound dollar 33 82 backto oil got about $43 a barrel as we just mentioned, snapping a TV drop as China's economic recovery continues. West exit there. West Texas intermediate features prepared their games justice that they were up as much as 1.4% again. Right now up on Lee pretense of 1%. That is a Bloomberg business Flash. Bloomberg markets continues. Now Bonnie Quinn and Paul Sweeney Thanks to you, Greg. Jared..

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:22 min | 9 months ago

"bonnie quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On the Bloomberg business APP and a Bloomberg Quick Take Thiss is Bloomberg Radio. Bloomberg markets Funny Quinn and Poles we How do you kind of you? The volatility in the marketplace here? The harshest downturn for American workers in history companies across the board across industries, really trying to shore up their balance sheets? Very, very disturbing, dynamic braking market news and inside from Bloomberg experts so much that you can speed up the vaccine development Because of all the dislocations. There's always relative value traits that you could be doing. This could use a procession rather than a V shaped profession. Certainly, I think that It's really cooking everyone. He's Bloomberg markets with Bonnie Quinn and Poles, sweetie on Bloomberg Radio. A show for you going up for the next two hours. We're gonna be speaking about Argentina's restructuring with Bill Roads off William Rhodes Global Advisors also going to be talking in Lebanon at the markets with Barry Riddles and lots lots more first, Let's get a Bloomberg business lash now from Greg Harris. Bonnie stocks are fluctuating as an uncertain outlook for Congress to approve more stimulus overshadow better than forecast, But still not that great jobs data. European stocks dropped on earnings disappointments and gold extends its games. We check the markets every 15 minutes of trading day s and P 500 is little changed up one. Dow's up 2/10 of a percent of 53. And the NASDAQ is little changed. Down 1 10 years. Up 10 30 seconds. You'll 300.51% Once Texas intermediate crude oil is up 3/4 of one person 3/4 of 1% of 40 to 50 a barrel. Comex goals, up 1.4%. At $2077.50 dollars. The dollar euro is right now 1 18 56 British found. A dollar 31 64 on the yen is 105 40. Let's take a look at people's love of burgers, chocolates and make up. Those offers the investors the best bet for growth and income, according to former Goldman Sachs Group executive who runs a hedge fund from London. In few Steve Asset Management seeks to harness deeper to human impulses, according to its chief executive officer. Andrea Go, Jerry. As holdings include Nestle, the maker of Kit Kat and Errol Chucked that margin McDonald's staying in due to the pandemic. The answer. Is it Burger and a candy bar? That's a Bloomberg business. Flash Bonnie Quinn and Paul Sweeney continued out with Bloomberg.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 10 months ago

"bonnie quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"New powers. What does it mean? And what's it like on the streets? It is a holiday in Hong Kong today, as well. And we'll be speaking with the former small business administrator, Karen Mills to see what exactly PPP has done to keep small business in business. So far, let's get a Bloomberg business slash now Let's head to Greg Barrett. Money stocks her up just a bit amid new Corona virus vaccine developments and hopes surprise profit from economic bellwether FedEx hasn't heard it all. FedEx is up 16%. We checked those markets every 15 minutes, rather tricky day on Bloomberg S and P 504 10th of a percent of 13. That adds up 4/10 of 1% of 116 of NASDAQ's up 2/10 of a percent of 18. 10 years, down 11 30 seconds. The yield 300.69% was Texas Intermediate Crew takes a leg, up by 9/10 of 1% of 39 63 barrels. Next gold is down 1.2%. Comex gold, down 1.2% of 17 79 20 announced. The dollar yen is currently at 107 51. The euros dollars 12 47. The British found a dollar 24 34 U. S companies added fewer jobs and expected in June Has business Re openings expanded, adding the signs of economic recovery is cooling following a quick start. Business payrolls increased by 2.37 million in June, following the revised 3.7 million game in May. That was previously reported as decline. That's a Bloomberg business Flash Bloomberg markets is underway. Bonnie Quinn and false Week, Jerry. Thank.

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"bonnie quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"bonnie quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Question well i certainly would i certainly expect though i am prepared to be way off but i i would certainly expect that we'll see lower share prices down the road as a result of shedding forcefully of a big big big chunk of that twenty trillion dollars worth of longterm debt and and why spoe's we'll see some further backing off in real estate i hope that one or the takeaways from from the six variance is going to be that we're gonna learn that the fed is not doesn't have any magic it doesn't know exactly what the consequences of what it does are going to be and since as a result you know we've we've got this tremendous expected rise of of a debt which has in effect we've told the the administrative branch that they can borrow all they want to do at virtually zero interest and they they accepted that bargain and so now we have a tremendous rise in government expenditures and a tremendous rise in the fiscal deficit and i'm afraid that the fed is just not been sufficiently concerned about that so do we need more deregulation what went back to to the dynamism of the us economy well the usisraeli us's right up there and and in and dynamism but as as you probably guess i'm all for more dynamism i have an unspeakable appetite for some yeah that was nobel winning economist edmund phelps speaking with bloomberg's bonnie quinn and mark barton coming up gina miller explains why the future of brexit should be decided by a parliamentary vote you could see all the vlct.

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"bonnie quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"bonnie quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Course i get a much more expensive wearing in harvey i think harvey were were activated hundred billion estimated at least in florida forty five billion but of course the virgin islands and have a good girl so it i i don't think that what directive all well talking about is the whole package but rather uh you know the initial money that will be put to solve it but we can we can get started i would agree this is not available in an emergency situation governor is is impossible to collect taxes right now it's impossible to collect sales taxes we were speaking to have on told her earlier you asked if the if the burden of the debt repayment for that servicing hasn't really shifted to main street as opposed wall street given that so much of the day is is held by investors that depend on sales taxes right well well this is the reality is something that we're looking at the reality in puerto rico were not going to have much revenue in the coming months while we restore uh you know basic infrastructure for communication poorest publishing internet while we can get to all of the different a private sector cutting be hard to get uh resources glowing so this is part of of argument you know not only recognizing but there was a natural disaster here in puerto rico but right now a lot of our efforts are being directed to preserve pat's here looking for alternative that was puerto rican governor ricardo rossello speaking with bloomberg's bonnie quinn and coming up we'll be speaking with mohamed elerian about the state of the us economy you.

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"bonnie quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"bonnie quinn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The year 2017 has already seen some major consolidation in the media sector with deals uniting discovery in scripts as well as at t and time warner for more on the everchanging media sector bloomberg's bonnie quinn spoke with lyon treat advisers ceo argue berkoff are a he said at the end of last year in your year end letter that 2017 was going to be the year for media deals and in days we're definitely seeing us lot of chatter about media deals you said it was because of the need for scale the further vertical integration in order to de risk and uniqueness and scarcity of high quality content assets where are we in 2017 have we done the bulk of the deal third is the second half going to provide us with a lot more well thanks for having me first of all vanni that is exactly what's happening in the broader marketplace for media technology telecom consolidation we see a lot of evidence of that already with the recent discovery scripts announcement many others that are out there today i the of the top ten deals right now you're today than the us i think maybe over half of more relate to this industry media and technology so far we haven't finished yet though we certainly have more content assets available both in the us and globally we also have a lot more vertical integration the at t time warner deal still hasn't been approved yet the should be shortly ah is what the consensus these are and then we may see more vertical integration as a result of the platform players getting more products and more applications a lot of this is dependent on the broader macro environment as well right now we are certainly awaiting tax reform from the government will rating more deregulatory postures activity so that the way that that works and interest rates overall will affect the overall parameters of you'll ever you just brought him out budget pie than us ahead it looks like he is going to be very positive for more conglomerates and maybe less competition more deregulation there was even as suggested in the new york times today in fact that he might have been helped along by sinclair into the role what does that support tend for the us consumer from my perspective.

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