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"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Investment to China slumped 87 % in the second quarter from last year the data was released by China's state administration and foreign exchange it shows inbound and outbound FDI as well as net foreign investment are all down foreign companies are losing confidence due to China's waning economic recovery and testy geopolitical tensions top Chinese officials have tried to strike a more favorable tone for foreign companies in recent months but it remains to be seen how effective this will be in turning the tide Germany is acting TSMC to approve the construction of a big chip plant in Dresden that could happen as soon as today Bloomberg's Joanne Wong has the story from Hong Kong the 11 billion dollar plant will specialize in making chips for the automotive sector the German government will provide more than five billion dollars worth of subsidies the for plant governments around the world are competing fiercely to attract chip companies to their shores and Germany has emerged as one of the most aggressive on that front another semiconductor firm Intel is said to receive about 11 billion dollars in subsidies from the German government for its own plant in the country in Hong Kong I'm Joanne Bloomberg Day Bredesia Palantir Technologies raised its annual forecast for adjusted profit in 1923 and authorized a 1 billion dollar share buyback the company did this based on strength what in he calls transformative traction for its AI technology the company recently launched its AI platform called AIP Palantir says the platform now has users across more than 100 organizations separately the company reported second quarter profit and revenue that beat analyst shares rising around 2 % in late trading we're hearing that Amazon may be meeting with the Federal Trade Commission next week and that's in a push to avoid an antitrust lawsuit the from Bloomberg's Erica Herskowitz the FTC has been investigating Amazon for potential anti -competitive conduct over several aspects of its business including its marketplace prime subscription service and cloud computing the agency opened a new investigation into Amazon Prime in 2021 focused on whether the service violates consumer protection laws by making it difficult for customers to cancel a meeting between the company and FTC commissioners is often one last step before either a suit is filed or a settlement is reached in in New York I'm Erica Herskowitz Bloomberg Daybreak Asia Amazon did trade up during the regular session to around 2 % or so 32 minutes past the hour this is Bloomberg it's time now for global news the US eastern seaboard is getting some very heavy weather Ed Baxter has news in San Francisco and yeah exactly right Brian China had a very heavy weather a central part of the US seaboard

Bryan Dean Wright Reveals Why America Is a Joke to Our Enemies

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:38 min | 5 months ago

Bryan Dean Wright Reveals Why America Is a Joke to Our Enemies

"A woman of color, I am a mom. I am a cisgender millennial who's been diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder. I am intersectional, but my existence is not a box checking exercise. That's actually a clip from a CIA recruiting video, an open one of public one. What do I got to ask this question, 8 politically, just national security question, Brian. China, what does the Kremlin? What did the mothers in Iran? ISIS, the remnants of ISIS or Pyongyang. What do they think? Let's do a little bit of red teaming exercise. When they see an ad like that, somebody who's professes to have an anxiety disorder proudly talking about it as she is walking in and out of her skiff with a top secret SCI clearance. What do our enemies think of that? Or what do they think when a surveillance device a balloon traverses the whole of the nation scooping up our intelligence? What do they think about America? What do they think about The White House and your former colleagues in the intelligence community? We're not serious. They think that we are not serious. The White House isn't serious. The Intel community isn't serious. We're focused on silly things that have nothing to do with the world and how it works and America trying to continue its exceptional Ness around this wonderful globe of ours, right? So that's what they think. And they think of themselves, hey, we can start getting away with more. Let's keep pushing. Let's see how much more we can get away with. And I think

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"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:04 min | 5 months ago

"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Hi everybody, 20 minutes before the top of the hour we update markets for you all throughout the day on Bloomberg radio. I'm Brian Curtis in the Bloomberg interactive broker studio here in Hong Kong looking at markets that are just moving gently to the downside. We'll see whether or not we pick up more momentum in that direction. We'll make it the Hong Kong and China markets opening up, but nothing really all that special in the news just drifting a little lower than EK's down about two tenths of a percent. The ASX 200 down one tenth of a percent similar losses in New Zealand is also down a little less than a tenth of 1%. We had some economic data, we had Japan march exports rising 4.3% year on year and was better than the estimate of 2.4% imports a little disappointing though, rising 7.3% of solid number, but less than the estimate of 11.6%. And Japan's march exports to China actually negative. -7.7%. An independent review of the reserve bank of Australia says the Central Bank should set up an expert policy panel should hold fewer meetings and give news conferences explaining its decisions. And the treasurer Jim Chalmers announced this this morning just after 8 o'clock, agreeing with all 51 recommendations that came in. All throughout the morning we'll be taking a closer look at that. The fed's beige book survey indicates that the U.S. economy was little changed in the past month, but has begun to show some signs of slowing and traders have kept their bets leaning toward a rate hike next month from the Federal Reserve. Dalyan won 34 75 the yield on the ten year three 59 and the yield on the two year 4.24%. That's a check of markets. 18 minutes here before the top of the hour, let's get headline news with Ed Baxter and San Francisco Ed. All right, thank you, Brian. China's the 9 reports in western media that it's supplying drones to aid Russia's invasion of Ukraine saying they are groundless and are fake information. India has overtaken China as the world's most populous nation. U.S. Supreme Court has extended the pause on

"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 6 months ago

"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"China, blasting the west for nuclear sub deal, that nuclear submarine deal. And deepening cooperation with Russia on a nuclear project. Let's get to head back to sort that out for us yet. Yeah, that's right, Brian. China's land based at the August effort to supply nuclear powered submarines to Australia, Beijing's ambassador to the IAEA says it will undercut efforts to stop the spread of weapons generally if the fuel globally. Meanwhile, during the Xi Putin summit, both countries say they are deepening their cooperation on their commitment to develop the so called fast neutron reactors, the U.S. says that could upset the global balance of nuclear weapons. This is the U.S. State Department asks for an 18% budget increase to increase efforts to repel China's efforts to expand and they end up Pacific. Secretary of State Antony Blinken says part of his to stop China from giving lethal for weapons force weapons, I should say to Russia. It's not just us. When we shared with allies and partners, some of the information we had about the active consideration that China was giving to providing the sleeve of material support to Russia. This galvanized, a number of other countries. All of whom directly engaged senior Chinese leadership on the question. And he says the overall budget is needed as well to help Russian aggression. The immediate acute threat posed by Russia's autocracy and aggression. Most destructively, of course, through its brutal aggression against Ukraine. And the long-term challenge from the People's Republic of China. Yeah, blinken says the needs are different in this cycle. Republican Lindsey Graham says very hard sell. The price tag is too high. UK's parliament is overwhelmingly back prime minister Rishi sunak's post Brexit deal with the EU involving trade with Northern Ireland. It does have failed to resolve the region's power sharing dispute about the so called storm ought break avoids of benchmark rebellion though. France, president Emmanuel Macron has defiantly spoken out today for the first time since parliament moved ahead with his push to raise the retirement age from 62 to 64

"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 9 months ago

"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Hi everybody, I'm Brian Curtis and the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in Hong Kong poring over this huge data release in China. Fourth quarter GDP better than expected growing 2.9% year on year, and that compares with an estimate of just 1.6% for the whole year. In other words, January to December, the economy grew 3%. Again, better than the expected 2.7%, but to give you some perspective, the government's target last year was 5 and a half percent, and this performance of 3% was the slowest pace since the 1970s. So better than expected, but not good news at all. Industrial production growing 1.3% in December from a year ago, electricity output up 3% and notably energy vehicle production growth was 55 and a half percent with soaring demand coming from Europe. Retail sales down 1.8% in December that was better than the 9% expected. And the other big takeaway from all these numbers is the demographics headline, China's total population fell by 850,000 on year to 1.41 billion. It's dropped for the first time since 1961. On to Japan, where the ten year yield rose above the BOJ's ceiling in its yield curve control program of 50 basis points, just slightly over that Asian stocks have turned a little bit lower generally here. The MSCI Asia Pacific index down about a tenth of 1%, the CSI 300 in China down to 1% and that's a check of markets. Let's get to it back to the headline news, Ed. All right, thank you, Brian, China says France is supporting its

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"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:03 min | 9 months ago

"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"All right, thank you, Brian, China's public is showing mixed emotions about COVID zero 7 and China lifting the last of the COVID curbs inbound travelers no longer to be subject to quarantine from January 8th outbound travel planned surge as well. China has announced meanwhile that it will require tests for visitors from China. Taiwan has announced its extending its compulsory military service to one year from the current four months threat from China, South Korea's president Yun soko calling for stronger air defenses and high-tech stealth drones while apologizing for failing to shoot down North Korean drones, and North Koreans leader Kim Jong-un has set new goals as he puts it bolstering up self reliant defense capabilities. The entire state of New York is now under a federal weather declaration of emergency. Parts of the northeast being asked to cut back on power consumption is natural gas supplies, dwindle, Southwest Airlines says it is making slow progress toward getting back to normal, but still will have flight cancellations for the next couple of days tomorrow, again, 60%, and U.S. federal prosecutors are investigating the disappearance of more than $370 million out of FTX just hours after the exchange filed for bankruptcy. In San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter, this is Bloomberg, all right, let's get you sports now. And well, Australia is going to get to see the Joker through well to warm up to tournaments and the open, right? Yeah, absolutely at tennis Australia confirming that Novak Djokovic has in fact landed in the country and he will play the Adelaide international one year after being deported from the country for not being vaccinated against COVID-19. The 21 time Grand Slam winner is going to be looking to win his tenth Australian open, which runs from January 16th to the 29th in Melbourne without the 35 year old in the field rather than now winning the 2022 open over Danielle Medvedev in 5 sets. Future Hall of Fame defensive end JJ watt announcing on Twitter that he will be retiring at the end of the season, but two road games left for the Arizona Cardinals. The 33 year old three time NFL defensive player of the year has accumulated 9 and a half sacks

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"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:02 min | 10 months ago

"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In San Francisco Ed. All right, thank you, Brian. China's reporting out over 2200 new COVID cases day to day. This just moving, skepticism, of course, about the numbers is testing in many areas has been relaxed or suspended. Sam bankman fried charged with 8 criminal counts fraud, conspiracy, wire fraud, bailed an eyed extradition hearing in February. U.S. prosecutor in the case says one of the largest frauds ever inflicted on the public, currency CEO John ray and Congress today says it'll take some time to see how much money can be recovered and Congress says that it's going to look at potential oversight. Scientists have managed for the first time to produce nuclear fusion results using less energy to produce than being generated, a major, major energy advancement. Australian authorities say 6 people, including two police officers were killed in an hours long gunfight at a rural property in Queensland, Moderna and Merck are announcing mid stage trials of an mRNA vaccine that has reduced deaths from melanoma. Skin cancer, the most deadly form, final stage studies next year, and Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell, has blamed the GOP midterm Senate losses on Donald Trump and some of the candidates that he said were hand picked that he said were inferior candidates. In San Francisco, I'm a Baxter, this is Bloomberg. All right, thanks very much, it's China, pushing back at its economic policy meeting that was due to stop this week. Joining us now to talk about this, John mu, Bloomberg executive editor in Beijing. So John, this was the central economic work conference now not happening. I guess it's no surprise why, right? Yeah, you know, obviously Beijing is seeing a very fast rapid and widespread of infections of COVID and the recent couple of days. That's what we're being told is the reason behind the decision to postpone this meeting, we had expected it to take place on Thursday, so tomorrow. Obviously, it's the place where senior policymakers gather at the end of the year to try and plan out game plan. How they're going to manage the economy in the coming year and 2023 in the instance. And so we do not know what it's going to be rescheduled, but we are expecting it to happen, obviously, the state of the economy is very much in focus recently. Yeah, John, I think it's fair to say the last thing Beijing needs is a super spreader event, especially when you consider that China's top leaders will be there or would have been, talk to me about how well the healthcare system has been responding to the spike in cases. There's been a lot of signs of strain. So for example, doctors have been asked to come back for a vacation. Doctors, some hospitals have even been told that if they, if they do test positive for COVID, they should still work if their symptoms are mild. We've seen really long queues at hospitals. We had some data out just a couple of days ago, showing on Sunday the number of people visiting hospitals in Beijing with fevers with 16 times as many as we had last week. And so really a lot of straight starting to show. And what are the implications here for economic growth in China? What sort of updates are we expecting when we do get the work conference underway? Well, we're supposed to get some economic data for the month of November tomorrow. We are expecting that data to come in relatively weak retail sales, especially we are expecting economists are expected at the client year over year 4%. That's a bigger decline than we saw in October. Obviously we had lots of lockdowns in November. We had the protests as a result of some of those lockdowns. And so a lot of people in their homes unable to go out and shop. So we should see that reflected in the numbers a week economy. I think December given the turnaround given the widespread infections as China's pivot away from COVID zero, I think is set out to be a weak month as well. So we're just now getting as you're speaking, John, this headline on the Bloomberg terminal, the China is offering a second COVID booster for the elderly and those who are at high risk very quickly here. What is the vaccination process been like? Has it been accelerated at all? They are trying very hard to get the elderly and high risk vaccinated. That has been a big stumbling block for the authorities and they try to open up the economy. I think the number of elderly who have had three shots or at least one booster, I think was somewhere around in the 30 to 40% range. So still relatively low, they are pushing, they are telling the elderly that if they are refusing a vaccine, they have to give a reason why they are taking it. So really adding putting on the pressure. Thanks, John. Appreciate your time and your perspective. John Lu is Bloomberg executive editor in Beijing joining us here on DBA

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"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Check of sports from around the world pierce Pete Fox. Thanks, Doug. As expected Paris Saint-Germain has confirmed that manager Mauricio Pochettino will not return to park to pants next season despite winning Ligue 1. The French giants did disappoint though in Europe, getting knocked out of the Champions League at the round of 16 by eventual winner Real Madrid, despite leading two known the second leg with 30 minutes remaining. Nissan Christoph gaultier and former Madrid manager and French legend Zinedine Zidane are considered the frontrunners to take over in Paris. Sources report that Manchester City star Raheem Sterling is interested in a transfer this summer to Chelsea after hearing that he is the top target of the new ownership group at Stanford bridge. The 27 year old has one year remaining on his deal at the Etihad with city looking to get a fee of around 50 to 60 million pounds for the forward who could leave as a free transfer next summer. Former Chelsea starring Antonio Rüdiger says he only wanted to move the Real Madrid as a 29 year old was presented to the media earlier today in Madrid at the club's training ground. The defender also said that his agent had met with Barcelona before the France international agreed to a four year deal to move to the Santiago Bernabeu. The NHL Stanley Cup final game three is tonight in Tampa Bay as a Colorado avalanche lead the lightning two games to none after winning both games at home four to three and 7 nothing. Finally, despite a request from the House oversight committee, Washington commander's owner Daniel Snyder has declined an invite to testify on June 22nd as a committee investigates the work environment that the team. I'm Dan schwarzman that your Bloomberg world sports op day. Markets, headlines, and breaking news, 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business class. Asian equities are solidly higher, we also saw stocks move up in Europe and U.S. futures up more than 1.2%. What's different from last week? We'll probably nothing. We still have concerns about inflation, the RBA and the BOK both said inflation is still accelerating and rates will go higher, but we do see cyclicals doing well, industrials, materials, and energy in both Tokyo and Sydney and elsewhere among the best performing sectors. The dollar has been slightly weaker down about a tenth of a percent. Yields are edging up that may also be part of the story that investors expect slightly higher inflation, but that growth is hanging in there. The yield on the ten year 3.28%. Oil, one 1155 a barrel, and that's a Bloomberg business flash. Headline news, in San Francisco with Ed Baxter. All right, thank you, Brian China and the EU aiming at high level talks in the next few weeks topics economy and climate. We're getting word that the EU really wants to talk about other issues. So we'll have more on that in about 15 minutes. Manny Macron has lost his absolute majority historic gains by France far right and far left. Children as young as 6 months to begin getting COVID shots this week in the U.S., Shanghai's weekend COVID

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"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"China is warning the United States in the strongest fashion yet over the risk of war over Taiwan particularly use of the Taiwan straits Let's get to it back to he's got the story in Yeah that's exactly what it is Brian China's defense minister a wave function saying that it is up to the U.S. to improve the bilateral relationship saying they're at a crucial juncture at this point Bloomberg Steven engel reports the defense minister's language is stronger than it has been Now it has been long that Beijing's a surgeon that Taiwan strait is part of China's exclusive economic zone However we're hearing from military sources that it is rarely brought up in military to military talks as a main talking point But increasingly now with the rhetoric ramping up the Taiwan strait is increasingly being called on as a no go zone for the United States by Beijing authorities And that is alarming U.S. defense officials Yeah U.S. has sailed straight for years U.S. seeking support in Asia over the weekend reassuring nations they do not need to join a coalition against China defense secretary Lloyd Austin saying the country should be free to choose free to prosper free to chart their own course He said there is no need to pick sides Australia seems to be taking the same tact defense minister Richard marles and talking with Juliet at the shangri la summit in Singapore says Australia is seeking a path If we engage with energy if we seek to place the interests of the Pacific people first and there are lots of challenges that the countries of the Pacific face in terms of development and Australia is in a unique position to assist If we do all of that we will be the natural partner of choice for the countries of the Pacific but it's not something that we get by right We need to earn it Miles tells Juliet the new government is working very hard in being fully engaged in the Pacific South Korea says it will boost its defense capacity to boost its defenses against North Korea defense minister Lee Jong soup saying that the situation on the Peninsula poses a global threat and he says he wants to work closely with U.S. and Japan U.S. Senate is apparently found a compromise over gun safety at least something that can pass the Senate Democratic senator Richard blumenthal and ABC has heard here on Bloomberg says it can save lives We can build on it We can move forward with other common sense Hopefully bipartisan proposals after this one is passed our focus right now is making sure we have the legislative language and the 60 votes we need to pass it Now the bill includes giving grants to states to implement red flag laws which could potentially allow courts to remove guns from potentially dangerous owners and it could provide for more school safety as well as provision to improve background checks for younger gun buyers look into records of domestic violence abuse convictions and restraining orders It does as of now have the support of ten Republican senators which is needed to get it passed Beijing and Shanghai have resumed mass testing as COVID cases rise planned reopening of schools in the capital just days after the two ended social curves have been put in place for a month now back on Hong Kong cases are rising still as well Latest count day to today more than 800 U.S. House January 6th committee holds a hearing a hearing two is what it is tomorrow in the committee member Adam Schiff on ABC says the focus of this one There are connections between these white nationalist groups and some in Trump's orbit Yeah chef says it'll move from there to the documenting the chance of hang Mike Pence and whether Donald Trump contributed to those thoughts In San Francisco I'm Ed Baxter This is Bloomberg right Brian All right thanks very much Ed 38 minutes past the hour It's time for world sport So let's get to Dan Schwartzman sword but he worried about spending by consumers but for the big football clubs no problem in spending.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On Bloomberg radio Those stocks in Asia are heading a little bit higher this morning The MSCI Asia Pacific index is now up about three tenths of 1% Pretty handsome gains in technology in the Hong Kong market And that may follow from what we saw on Wall Street the NASDAQ put on gains of 1.3% Stocks like Apple and alphabet meta all traded higher for the day so did Microsoft so did Amazon So we're seeing a gain there of 3.4% pretty substantial and also the hang seng index is up It's up about 9 tenths of a percent The CSI 300 up just one tenth of a percent We did get a line from the PBOC that it's pledging to increase support for the real economy and this is as authorities try to calm financial markets I don't see too much in this statement that speaks of specifics We did have something specific yesterday when they moved into cut the amount of money that banks had to hold in reserve for their foreign foreign exchange a holdings and that did have an effect but we've seen the offshore Chinese currency weakened this morning right now at 6 58 51 It's off the worst levels of the day but still weaker than when we got that line out of the PBOC A couple of other numbers for you the nikkei is up about four tenths of 1% so it's been pretty solid day there The tye X is now flat the straight times index in Singapore trading down a half of 1% And the Cosby has been holding on to gains up about a half of a percent We had some data out of South Korea the economy expanded at a slower pace last quarter It was GDP rising 0.7% in the three months to march and that was slightly above estimates And also the unemployment rate dropped a little bit in Japan looking pretty good there at just two point 6% And that's check of markets Head back to with headline news in San Francisco All right thank you Brian China's extended COVID testing at Beijing.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Early indicators for the open today Tencent we had The Wall Street Journal reporting earlier that it faced a record fine for violating Chinese anti money laundering regulations That from the PBOC In some other news we had a weaker fix from the PBOC on the yuan right now the CNH is on the weak side of 6 40 to the U.S. dollar Oil prices now $99 and ten cents a barrel So a huge drop in oil today the yield on the ten year treasury 2.13% And that is a look at markets And Baxter with headline news in San Francisco head All right thank you very much Brian China's now reporting out over 5100 new local COVID cases day to today China says it will conduct mandatory testing in Shenzhen province midst the lockdown that is going on there now and in Hong Kong chief executive Carrie lam says Hong Kong does not have the infrastructure to roll out a snap lockdown and roll out testing that has been done in Shenzhen U.S. wastewater network that monitors for COVID trans is warning that cases will once again rise in many parts of the United States Now this is coming out of Bloomberg data in conjunction with the CDC Talks between U.S. and China regarding Russia are characterized by the United States as substantial the U.S. has told China any interference with sanctions on Russia will be met with severe financial consequences and China's public stance is that the U.S. has been putting out some misleading information about it possibly helping Russia saying that it is not and that it is a peacekeeper in San Francisco I'm Ed Baxter This is Bloomberg All right guys back to you Paul All right thanks very much I guess for the hot thought is Helen cha she's great for great chief of creator China economist at Bank of America global research and we're talking about China's economy as we count down to the release of a whole lot of data at the top of the next hour In terms of that data we're getting industrial production We're expecting that to slow to 4% in February but as Shenzhen is in lockdown as there are restrictions and other Chinese cities in the price of commodities continue to rise could that just be the start could we see industrial production slowing even sharper from here Yes that's probably very likely I think the problem is that first of all we have a higher base of some a year ago so for gen fat but this data IP data is probably going to be weaker compared to December But then as you said the recent COVID related lockdowns and also various restrictions not only in Shenzhen and dongguan but also on your Shanghai and also in Shandong and jilin will potentially weigh on overall industrial activities So I think the risks are definitely tilting towards the downside going forward We were speculating or at least markets were speculating yesterday about a move on the part of the PBOC to reduce the medium term lending facility rate maybe as early as today if you look at what's happening in the currency we had a weaker than expected fix moments ago from the PBOC and I believe that the offshore currency is flirting with that 200 day moving average which has proved to be a key support level for the currency Right now we're trading about 6 spot four zero against the greenback What if we see much more weakness in the yuan What are the options for policymakers in China They're a good question In fact as we speak I think the MLS rates have just came out at 2.85 without change So unfortunately we think that the PBOC has missed another opportunity to cut the interest rate We would have the we would expect about ten basis points of reduction here which will lead to ultimately the one year LPR being lowered by ten basis points later on But missing this opportunity basically means that before the fed hikes I don't necessarily think that the would have another chance to raise anymore But it's not necessarily going to suggest that they would have the tilting towards the currency depreciation Through that I remember it was said to be a lower than market expected slightly Today but I don't necessarily think that this is all something that the PPO C wants the market to believe that while the capital market performance report now is to turn for currency to be weaker We think that they still need to The best of strategy is still to accelerate the pace of credit expansion and lower the funding cost onshore And how about fiscal stimulus do you expect to see anything more on that front Well that is a great question The national People's Congress just concluded last Friday And they seems to be suggesting that they are more options that they could potentially use funds from previous years and also various other means to basically inject to help with the liquidity for small and medium sized companies in particular There was not too much of mentioning of massive structural tax reduction But we think that the at the moment the focus is primarily to help it with the infrastructure investment and also support employment through our SMEs What do we hope to see is actually more help to the consumers through direct subsidies but so far there is no indication that they will do it Helen very quickly I can give you 20 seconds to address the concern you may have or Bank of America on the tension now between the U.S. and China as it involves Russia Are you watching this closely And what are your big concerns Very quickly Well we are working this very closely and we think that the wild is directed impact on China's third trade I mean it may not be very significant in the near term The worry that we have is that in one the indirect impact of inflation especially if we commodity prices and two a.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"No is looking to free up some money and while death is a player they haven't wanted to move on from in the past if the right offer comes in they would have to consider it Meanwhile reports say that varsa has a deal for €55 million to bring in Manchester City's Ferran Torres only if cam don't flip enough money to make the move With incentives the deal could increase to €65 million With the NBA allowing teams to bring in players on ten day contracts due to COVID hardship losses the Boston Celtics have brought in 7 time all star guard Joe Johnson the 40 year old last played in the league back in 2018 for the Houston Rockets I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports aren't they Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day As Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business out and at Bloomberg quick take this is a Bloomberg business lash While we see Asian stocks buoyant this morning hi everybody I'm Brian Curtis in the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in Los Angeles 13 minutes here before the top of the hour and we update markets for you every quarter hour here on Bloomberg radio all throughout the day Well as mentioned we had a pretty good lead in from Wall Street earlier with the S&P 500 up more than 1% and the S&P 500 closing in on its record high writer of consumer confidence and home sales aided sentiment as did studies that signal that omicron may be less likely to land patients in hospital than the delta variant At the same time though officials in Asia in particular are pretty cautious about the spreading of this variant so quickly in China for instance the central city of xi'an is tightening rules to curb an outbreak of COVID We talked a lot this morning about the ten cent story plans to distribute nearly its $16 billion mistake in JD.com is giving it back to investors as a special dividend Analysts say that the dividend is a reaction to China's anti monopoly crackdown and it isn't particularly positive for JD you're hearing lines like you can expect less business cooperation between Tencent and JD.com going forward But one way of looking at it it's a lot better to get a payout in this form rather than cash from the ten cents own account because the market would probably look at that as no more M and a opportunity in the near future and maybe they couldn't find anything better to do with the money that pay it out to shareholders So anyway it's a winner for ten cent today It's up 5% but it's a loser for JD They're down about 7 and a half percent The offshore Chinese currency is steady at 6 37 68 against the greenback The greenback itself is flat Dolly in one 1414 And that is a check of markets Let's get to San Francisco in the 9 60 newsroom at Baxter has news All right thank you Brian China's president Xi Jinping according to the government has told Hong Kong chief executive.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Up late to the training grounds New York Jets coach Robert sala has tested positive for COVID and has symptoms Salah could return on Thursday if he clears protocols but if the first year head coach is not cleared by Sunday tight ends coach Ron Milton with coach a team against the Jaguars The COVID outbreak getting worse for the Brooklyn Nets as a team will not have the required 8 players available to play Thursday against the Portland Trail Blazers which has now led to the NBA postponing the game This marks the third trade game the Brooklyn has not been able to play as a team as ten players in the league south in safety protocols And the enforcement that your Bloomberg world sports op day Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day As Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business act and at Bloomberg quick take This is a Bloomberg business lash Hi buddy 17 minutes past the hour We update markets every quarter hour here on Bloomberg radio Well we mentioned that the hang Chang tech index had stumbled but it did pop into positive territory just about the time I was giving you that tease a moment ago It's up about a tenth of a percent only The hanging index is up about 6 tenths of a percent Most of the major benchmarks are higher this morning but with modest gains And EK up about a third of 1% and the ASX 200 in Sydney about four tenths of a percent In terms of U.S. futures pretty steady here after the S&P 500 closed in on record high it's up about a tenth of 1% we had stronger consumer confidence and home sales aiding sentiment in the U.S. we also had studies signaling that omicron may be less likely to land patients in hospital than the delta variant Still officials are cautious in China the central city of Shia is tightening up rules of curva of COVID outbreak Well after a difficult 2021 Chinese property firms have the toughest month yet ahead of them they are going to have to pay developers will have to pay a $173 billion in deferred wages to migrate construction workers that'll have to be by the end of January Our guest is charo channa she said one of the front and she's actually from continuum economics She said probably a two big risks in China for this year You got a chance to mention the first one the property sector sector I'm just going to predict that second one I have no idea what it is but I'm going to guess that she'll say policy error in China So that's coming up in a moment And that is a look at markets Off to San Francisco in the 9 60 newsroom Ed Baxter has the top stories making headlines in Yeah thank you Brian China's president Xi Jinping according.

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"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Across the region around about the three tenths of 1% area the nikkei is now up 87 points with a gain of about that about a third of a percent similar gains in Sydney and at the moment the Hank sing index is up about a tenth of 1% but the Hanks and tech index is down another 9 tenths of 1% We feature the ten cent story It's going to give away almost its entire $16 billion stake in JD.com to its shareholders But there's a few things about the story that some investors don't like one it's reminder that the regulatory crackdown is very much there the thinking is that Tencent probably wouldn't be doing this unless it's being forced to take a hands off position In any case the shares of JD.com perhaps because of expectations of less of a partnership with Tencent going forward A down pretty sharply off about 10% Now to the other story that we said we'd feature here It's been a pretty tough year for Chinese property firms but it's going to get even harder in the coming months On top of increasing offshore Bond bills developers and their contractors need to pay 1.1 trillion a 173 billion U.S. in deferred wages to migrate construction workers and that has to happen by the end of the lunar year And that's according to Nomura estimates In 2022 that falls on January 31st China has made it clear that failing to pay workers on time is not an option given the risk of unrest just before the Beijing Winter Olympics So that's all ahead for the developers Yield on the ten year 1.45% WTI crew now 73 O 7 a barrel And that is a check of markets Ten minutes before the top of the hour thereabouts news for that Baxter in San Francisco All right thank you Brian China's president Xi Jinping according to the government has told Hong Kong chief executive Carrie.

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"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Who when we had some dropping stock prices in Hong Kong and he said well he thought it would turn around at 23,000 for the banks and index At that time I think we were on 23,600 We dropped down to about 23 three and now we're at 24 three in about a week as a thousand points A pretty substantial rally in the session yesterday thanks to index was up 1.1% and CSI 300 jumped up over 5000 with a rally of 1.7% Today it feels like a little bit of give back Hanging index futures down two tenths of a percent We just started to get China futures trading and they're down about 6 tenths of a percent and a couple of cash Mark is just opened up in Taiwan and Singapore The streets times index is down a quarter of 1% the tych is down about a half of 1% Not all that much has changed But our guests have been kind of identifying this that even though some of the mood about the omicron variant have improved but you still have all these Asian nations that are tightening up restrictions and that is not a very good prospect It doesn't offer a good prospect for companies At the moment that seems to be outweighing some of the optimism that we have about vaccines handling the omicron variant Both the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ pulled back the NASDAQ 100 pretty sharply the NASDAQ composite down 1.7% But here's this The Biden administration according to top officials is aiming to sign what could be a very powerful economic framework agreement with Asian nations next year And according to commerce secretary Gina Romano she says it will focus on areas including cooperation and coordination on supply chains on export controls and standards for artificial intelligence She says it's a priority for the president And that is a check of markets Julian All right Well it happened Brian China ever granted officially labeled a defaulter for the first time fit ratings cutting evergreen to restricted default over its failure to pay two coupon payments to Monday This came just minutes after Fitch applied the same default label to the Kaiser group And Bloomberg Steven engel tells us now what This could trigger a kind of cascading cross default on its $19.2 billion in outstanding offshore notes So that is a big concern But at the same time you have all these assurances from Chinese regulators and also ego He said it's a market event evergreen is And should be dealt with in a market oriented way He also said the rights and interests of creditors and shareholders will be fully respected in accordance to their legal seniority And China has recently cut lenders reserve requirements signaling and easing of real estate curbs Let's get now to China forcing banks to hold more foreign currencies in reserves banks will now need to hold 9% starting on December 15th This is compared to 7% earlier This is the second time that the PBOC has hyped the ratio this year and the goal is to rein in the surging you are on the increase coming just one day after the one advanced to its highest in three years We'll get the fix shortly We have seen the offshore on decline the most since July are currently the offshore one 6 point three 7 9 form It is four and a half minutes past the hour time for global news The.

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"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We've got a couple of reasons why it's debatable how sustainable this will be but the gains are there today Investors taking hearts from reports that the omicron variant has been relatively mild for patients or is it taking heart They're encouraged by that somewhat And also China cut the reserve ratio requirements for its banks and this is right across the board not targeted It should affect just about everybody and should eventually mean lower interest rates there So that could be seen as a positive some stimulus for the economy And even more important than that Paul it could be a change of thinking for the PBOC and for policymakers to be a little less tight going forward And we're also wondering whether that extends to the all the regulatory changes that have been made We had a guest earlier this morning who told us she felt that the changes would be put on hold now and then they would let things kind of simmer down a little bit We'll have to wait and see the hexing index is rallied about 1.1% the Hanks and tech index up 1.8% We've seen a big rally in the developers today and a couple of key points there Kaiser group holdings bondholders have given the company a little leeway with a letter they wrote That's designed to buy some time to avoid default And China evergrande which will tell you more about in a moment to include all of its offshore public bonds and private debt obligations in a restructuring So both of those stocks are up pretty handsomely We also have China merchant sheko up as much as 6% and in the Hong Kong market in addition to China evergreens 8% game We've got country garden of 5% Kaiser about 4% And soon at China with a gain of 12% So heady day indeed Yield on the ten year treasury at 1.44% WTI crude back up over $70 a barrel $70 20 cents Paul As you mentioned Brian China's policymakers adding support to the nation's economy the PBOC said on Monday it'll cut the triple out for most banks by half a percentage point next week and that's going to release a $188 billion of liquidity Meantime president Xi oversaw a meeting of the Communist Party's Politburo on Monday Bloomberg's Kathleen Hayes tells us what that meeting concludes They are ready to stabilize the economy as well They're talking about supporting the housing market building more subsidized housing to facilitate healthy development of the property industry It seems like a shift of tone now where they're not trying to push so hard on the developers but acknowledge that there has been a slowdown There are some problems now And they've got to counteract it Leadership panel also pledged to ensure the economy grows in a reasonable range and the society remains orderly Brian Yeah and Paul I mentioned a few moments ago that we're hearing that China evergreen is planning to include all in the restructuring that's now being planned Bloomberg Steven engel tells us what else is there All of ever grands offshore public bonds and also private debt offerings including from the units such as scenery journey which was on the hook for about 83 and a half million U.S. dollar coupon payment as the 30 day grace period ended yesterday No word on whether that was actually paid but also would include a bonds of that joint venture jumbo fortune enterprises All of these offshore bonds would be included in this debt restructuring which would make it perhaps one of the biggest debt restructurings ever in China According to Bloomberg data evergrande has about $19 billion in outstanding offshore public bonds and around 8 billion in local notes.

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"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Falcons 43 to three It's a good AFC matchup on Sunday Night football as a 5 and three Las Vegas Raiders are hosting the 5 and four Kansas City Chiefs Vegas is coming off a loss to the Giants while Kansas City has won two in a row knocking off the Giants and the packers On Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports outdate Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day As Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business at and at Bloomberg quick take This is a Bloomberg business flash Hi everybody Good day to you I'm Brian Curtis in the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in Los Angeles We look at markets every 15 minutes on Bloomberg radio Equities are higher in the Asia Pacific by about half to two thirds of 1% in most instances The Cosby has rallied 9 tenths of a percent but at the ASX 200 in Sydney up about four tenths of a percent and the Nike is higher at a 199 points to the good That's a gain of about two thirds of 1% As even with the economy in Japan shrinking more than expected last quarter it grew or contracted as it were an annualized 3% in the three months through September economists have been looking for a 0.7% decline Morgan Stanley economists are sticking with their idea that the fed won't raise interest rates until 2023 The fed bank of Minneapolis president Neil kashkari says the U.S. Central Bank should not overreact to inflation even as it does cause pain for Americans A couple of other quick notes in the corporate world Boeing is optimistic that it soon will be getting some Chinese orders on its 7 37 max That's after the regulator in China's signal it is close to ending more than a two and a half year grounding of that airplane And Airbus has logged a mega order for some 255 narrow body jets at the Dubai airshow and that is lifting the playmaker the playmaker is a case that aircraft demand has started to come back The deal is worth some $30 billion WTI crude now $80 in 91 cents up about two tenths of a percent Yield on the tenure treasuries at 1.56% so not too much of a change there And looking at the Aussie dollar 73.31 U.S. cents while the Bloomberg dollar spot index is flat at the moment And that is a check of markets Let's get to Denise in the Bloomberg newsroom with the top story making headlines for these Well thank you Brian China is.

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"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"brian china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg. Daybreak Asia for this Wednesday, September 18th here in Hong Kong, Tuesday, September 7th in New York and coming up this hour. Asian stocks I a cautious start after a dip in US shares. Bitcoin plunges after El Salvador's crypto rollout gets off to a rocky start and China freezes fees and enrollment for tutoring. Hong Kong takes another step to open mainland border Boris Johnson offenses proposed Covid tax hike Touring New York. Biden says climate change must He stopped Now I'm Ed Baxter with level news to see Daniel Medvedev moves on to yet another semi final at the U. S Open. I'm Dan Schwartzman. I'll have that's doing more coming up in Bloomberg Sports. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg. Daybreak. Asia on Bloomberg 11 3, New York Bloomberg 99. 1 Washington, D. C. Bloomberg, 161. Boston, Bloomberg, 9, 60, San Francisco, Sirius, XM, 1, 19 and around the world on Bloomberg Radio Common via the Bloomberg business out. Everybody Good morning from Hong Kong. I'm Brian Curtis and I'm Paul Allen in Sydney and Bloomberg. Daybreak. Asia's presented by I. B. K are the professionals gateway to the world's markets. Their clients enjoy lowest cost access to stocks, options futures, forex and fixed income from a single integrated account. You can learn more at ivy kr dot com. Well, middle of the week. Brian. How's things looking in the Asia Pacific? The US back online? Well mixed markets here for the Asia Pacific. It seems maybe a little bit of a tilt to the upside and kind of a mixed message in trading on Wall Street. He had stocks lower, but you had yields and the dollar higher. So we're trying to make some sense of it and let's take a quick look here at Asian Equity Futures, Thanks in index futures up 4/10 of 1% part of what edges headline there. The Kind of reopening with China is helping a little bit Nikkei Futures are up a little 9 29,085. And that is about 70 odd points or so above the cash close yesterday. We did top 30,000 yesterday for a good portion of the day before slipping a little bit, but still with gains of 9/10 of 1%. China futures are flat and Australian futures are down about 4/10 of 1%. Now on Wall Street. U. S stocks edged lower coming back after the long weekend traders acting on concerns that growth could be slowing in the United States, the S and B and 500, the Dow Jones industrial average both declined. We did have the NASDAQ showing a very small game. The average stock in the S and P 500 was down about double the main average. So if you look at RSP down 8/10 of 1%, and even though the NASDAQ 100 finished higher, seven out of 10 stocks were lower for the day. The yield on the 10 year Treasury though up to 1.37%, and we had the dollar put on some modest gains at the moment. Dalian 1 10 29 Bitcoin selling down more than 5000 per coin. The current price. 46,700 w T crude now is flat at 68 41 a barrel Paul. Let's get back to that move in Bitcoin Brian are the biggest test in Bitcoins 12 year history got off to a rocky start. Today, El Salvador between the first country to adopt it as legal tender. They're all out there was hampered by technical glitches. The government briefly disconnected. It's Bitcoin while at Chievo to fix the issues. Bitcoin, though plunging, as you say, to its lowest level in a month after the news right now, 46,680. Crypto detractors monitoring this experience. Will this experiment to see if people want to transact with Bitcoin when it circulates alongside the US dollar, But despite all these glitches today, Galaxy Digital CEO Michael Novogratz remains Bush on crypto. It got long for good reasons, right? I think. In the last eight weeks there has been a giant realization that kryptos not just Bitcoin being bought as a hedge against bad monetary and fiscal policy, But maybe more importantly, it's Web three point out, it's the Internet of value transfer. There's a realization that this is a technology. And no investor wants to miss the next Internet. This is the next Internet. Fell. Salvador's experiment is a success. Other countries might follow its lead today. The Bloomberg Galaxy Crypto Index, which tracks some of the largest kryptos lost as much as 19%. While other smaller digital assets also sold off, Brian China has banned firms that teach school subjects from enrolling new students or collecting fees. We get the story from Bloomberg's Roslyn Chen The Education Ministry said it will require compulsory educators to officially registered as non profits by the end of 2021 is the latest regulation directed towards the education industry since July. That's when Beijing said it would forbid teetering outfits from making money of teaching compulsory curriculum as part of a campaign to rein in ad spending walls, rising price tags and cutthroat competition. On Monday, China said local governments should set fees for after school tutoring institutions. It's a stunning reversal of fortune for an industry that once boasted some of the fastest growth rates in the country. Muzzle and Chin Bloomberg Daybreak Asia Hong Kong will start allowing visitors from China to skip the strict quarantine process required for most arrivals. It Baxter's got global news. Exactly.

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"Global growth the s&p down for only the third time this month. Paul Nolte is portfolio manager at kingsview asset management betting treated is certainly having an impact here in a slower. China is a slower global economy, and it will filter through and eventually make it back to you shores. And then I think is really what investors are looking at the S and P five hundred index dropped thirteen points down five tenths of one percent. Dow Industrial's down Eighty-six down four tenths of one percent. The NASDAQ composite index was down sixty five points, a drop of nine tenths of one percent in New York. Charlie Pellett, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. All right. We're thirty four past the hour. Let's get to Hong Kong. Bryan Curtis is they're looking at market action. Not a lot of doom and gloom. Which is surprising. Right. Yeah. I chalk it up to Citi group actually because the way that CitiGroup traded. It's earnings were okay. Not great, obviously fixed income trading was weak, but it's emanate advisory and some of the trading operations. I mean, the treasury operations did pretty well, and it gave an upbeat forecasting that trading. Looked a lot better here in the past few weeks. And if you look at the Nikkei, you mentioned that it opened lower. In fact, we're expecting everything to be a little bit lower today. But the Nikkei up about two tenths of one percent financials in Tokyo or up nine tenths of one percent technology stocks up seven tenths of a percent healthcare is benefiting as well. So it seems that that this is the pattern that has has developed here in the last thirty two to forty five minutes that investors are are going with the city read and still going with last week's trade, which is slightly better conditions. The possibility of of a trade deal between the US in China. And also the fed that is seemingly. The on pause. I think we mentioned as well. That Richard Clarita was saying perhaps you'll see fewer than two interest rate hikes. That's a possibility at least. So let's run through the numbers. The Nikkei up two tenths of a percent. Asx two hundred up three tenths of a percent. New Zealand up about one tenth of a percent, and the kospi is now pushing one percent gains the dollar is weaker that helps doll yen one hundred thirty four year old one fourteen seventy four the OSCE back over seventy two cents and the yield on the ten year. Two point seven zero percent. A quick note oil is higher that maybe leading four tenths of one percent Paul over to you. All right. Thanks, brian. China's sentencing of a Canadian man to death has been called arbitrary Justice in retaliation for the Weiwei arrest. Bloomberg's back global news in the Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco newsroom. Ed. Yeah. Paul, right. Canadian Robert Lloyd Schoenberg has been sentenced to head been sense to fifteen years in prison last month for drug smuggling. Now, a judge on appeal suddenly has sentenced him to death. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau strongly condemning the action as retaliation for the rest of while way. Executive men want you saying the world needs to watch Beijing's use of the Justice system closing in on the vote on Brexit, e you deal in parliament, Prime Minister, Theresa may says MP's have to do the job that they were elected to do on all sides of this house, whatever you may have previously concluded over these next twenty four hours give this deal a second, look, but opposition labor leader. Jeremy Corbyn says no that's not right. We were promised the easiest

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