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"charles panty" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"charles panty" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Call liaison office says he has every confidence in the one country two systems framework Lou Wayne Newton is seen as the Communist Party strongman he's credited only state meet is having reinvigorated trying his northern province of Shanxi that's often forcing the central government's campaign to page corruption and we dont disloyal officials know to Australia authorities are counting the cost of wildfires ravaging the country the weekend so properties in small towns in the south coast of New South Wales and applying villages in neighboring Victoria have played places that grew so large they generated dry thunderstorms thousands of people have been evacuated to recreation grounds hastily converted into a makeshift terms that strolled it by toxic smoke crossing over to Europe Spain's acting prime minister Pedro Sanchez is on course to form a new government as soon as tomorrow revokes chills panties says this comes off the lining up enough support in parliament to stay on as prime minister the first vote on Sunday such as one hundred and sixty six votes in favor two hundred sixty five against but that wasn't enough to win parliamentary approval phase but staying power in the second round of voting in parliament on Tuesday however the simple majority will be enough and one of them is a very touchy date it looks as though Sanchez has the support he needs to launch its government in connection with the anti austerity party boarding house in Madrid Charles panty creamer daybreak Europe and the mysterious pneumonia help break is hospitalized fifty nine people in the central Chinese city of Wuhan according to authorities the Bucks chasing Gail reports seven are in serious condition the tally is up from forty four cases Friday doctors yet to pinpoint the cause that have ruled out pathogens including influenza and size and say there is no clear sign of human to human transmission or that medical workers have been infected in the open chasing Gail Bloomberg daybreak Europe cable needs twenty four hours a day on a quick take by Bloomberg pellets by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred and twenty countries I'm young Gerrans this is Bloomberg vote to Leon thank you now with the morning sport his with him as well the mosque using or any says Harry Qian's hamstring injury is as bad as he feared locking their talismans.

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"charles panty" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"charles panty" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"It intends to weekend yesterday even for a grievance it would be difficult more and more difficult for the for the the possible this week his comments follow the telegraph reporting a mood of cautious optimism in London and Brussels but it follows the leader Finland currently holding the EU presidency say there isn't enough time to reach a deal before Thursday's summit this can be a very interesting week on brexit meanwhile president trump says he's going to impose sanctions on Turkey in response to that nation's advance into Syria more from Bloomberg Charlie the move comes days after he cleared the way for the offensive by pulling American forces from the area the penalties will raise steel tariffs on Turkey back to fifty percent the level before a reduction in may and the U. S. will help negotiations over a trade pact the president also says his administration will sanction current and former Turkish government officials and anyone contributing to Turkey's quote destabilization actions in northeast Syria Charlie palette Bloomberg daybreak Europe now the efforts full short what many lawmakers including some trump allies consider a strong enough responds expert some sanctions said the US administration could impose restrictions last week if they wanted to meanwhile European Union foreign ministers could any agree on some restrictions on arms exports to Turkey yet on the U. site that is a pretty big story talking about how those restrictions forms exports it rings a little bit hello for Turkey turning to China data overnight show China's factory deflation deepened in September due to slowing output growth and falling raw material prices that adds to signs that the country's domestic slowdown is an increasing drag on the struggling world economy and that he's committed fading optimism about me easing in the trade war Bloomberg so mackenzie has more from Beijing the US and China plans to continue talks as they look to finalize last week's partial trade agreement sources tell us Beijing wants the details I am down before president she puts pen to paper possibly at a meeting with trump at the APEC summit in November officials said also want the US to shell the terrified planned for December China remains circumspect about the prospects of a final deal following the break down of previous agreements markets also cautious city group doesn't expect a comprehensive U. S. China trade back until after the twenty twenty U. S. elections in Beijing Tom mackenzie Bloomberg daybreak Europe meanwhile the IMF and World Bank kick off the annual meetings today in Washington at the IMF all presents its world economic outlook and is likely to cut its twenty nineteen global growth for costs from three point two percent already the weakest since two thousand and nine now this is the first major week of the third quarter earnings reporting season Bloomberg's Jeff Bennett jazz the preview for the big US banks the begin reporting today results from JP Morgan chase Citigroup Wells Fargo and Goldman Sachs will reflect the impact of the recent interest rate cuts Bloomberg says CEOs will have to lean on cost cutting to reach their goals but there are bright spots as well consumers can still be counted on to help boost banks' bottom lines and the low interest rates that are pressuring banks efficiency ratios are also giving the housing market a boost mortgage bankers estimate third quarter home loan originations were up twenty one percent from the prior third quarter and refinancings rose fifty eight percent Jeff Ballenger Bloomberg daybreak Europe in the way of being back intelligences Allison Williams as sums this up is that costs a relatively more critical for sixty is the incoming Wells Fargo CO may re based targets and tweak strategy market share opportunity should support JP Morgan but progress is more important for Goldman's trading and fees in the third quarter another lot analysts described Tuesday today like drinking from a fire hose in terms of the deluge that we're going to get a visa for results from the four big banks out of six yes dig down for that coming later now we work is leaning towards a roughly five billion dollar debt package led by JP Morgan we've learned that since stead of selling a controlling stake in itself to softbank will Strickland is now pitching investors on what would be one of the riskiest junk debt offerings in recent years some of the financing good evening can unsecured notes with unusually hefty coupon a fifteen percent and finally Facebook's remaining crypto currency partners have signed the paperwork to join the leaper association is the governing body that will oversee the social media giant's new digital coin but Leeper has already faced intense scrutiny from regulators says and many of the original partners pulled out of the project before it even started including visa MasterCard and PayPal right for the racing Lebanese his Bloomberg's Lee I'm currently and good morning mode to good morning in Hong Kong chief executive Carrie lam continues to defy her critics in a weekly briefing she denied Hong Kong was akin to a key state repeating that violence is no disillusion two months of unrest lamb is set to presenting you legislative agenda tomorrow but any new policies are likely to be overshadowed by continuing protests in the city London's police have banned climate change protests by extinction rebellion the vexed George Bush scientists as it comes off to authorities arrested more than one thousand four hundred people this month has been clearing out service from Trafalgar Square overnights off to issuing the London white band it went into force at nine PM yesterday evening with protesters given an opportunity to leave and only if they fail to comply with a arrested and prosecuted in response extinction rebellion said it will let trunks way go but the the international rebellion continues in London George shankha Bloomberg daybreak Europe Catalan separatists took to the streets of Barcelona yesterday this of the many of the leaders were jailed by Spain's Supreme Court have an attempt to break away in two thousand and seventeen prime minister Pedro Sanchez now faces the task of steering Catalunya and Spain through an intense peer to protest is weeks away from another general election the books tells the Pensieve reports spraying Supreme Court on Monday gave its long awaited verdict in the trial of Catalan independence movement leaders sending audio drunkenness the former deputy president of Catalonia to jail for thirteen years the sentences handed down to him and eight other separatist leaders Spock operation Catalonia Madrid Charles panty number daybreak Europe and Japanese companies has suspended factory operations to assess the damage caused by typhoon Huckabee said the weekend manufacturers say facilities in the worst affected areas where flooding forcing a shutdown that could last a week the storm killed more than thirty people and left several more missing the monetary cost of the damage is still not certain I would label needs twenty four hours a day on average tictoc on Twitter by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred and twenty countries I'm Liane Karen's this is Bloomberg vote tally and thank you for that now straight at on Bloomberg daybreak Europe US bank earnings begin today the city Goldman JP Morgan and Wells Fargo reporting revenues may have been hit by falling interest rates the bright spots could include strong credit.

"charles panty" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"charles panty" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Good morning yes good morning Caroline the political deadlock remains in Israel often either Benjamin Netanyahu over his rival Benny Gantz quickly upon to form a coalition government exit polls indicate the two blocks on neck and neck the prime minister remains defiant. there will not be and there cannot be a government that leans on Arab anti Zionist parties parties at the gate the very existence of Israel as a Jewish and democratic state parties exalt and praised bloodthirsty terrorists murder our soldiers citizens and children. meanwhile Spain is heading for its fourth election in four years off to acting prime minister petrous sons has failed to form a government the books tells panty says the polls will open in November. king for the for the six had been holding consultations with political leaders including Sanches and concluded there was no way for government to be formed new elections highlight the increasingly fragmented nature Spanish politics I'm coming to challenging time for Spain as the economy starts to slow in Madrid Charles panty Bloomberg daybreak Europe Emmanuel knuckle heads to rain today in a bid to put French Italian relations back on track thanks Greg skews the site's its lease new pro European government as the reason that doesn't mean they agree on all issues Italy would still like friends to take in migrant ships headed to Italian shores but the tone is certainly likely to improve in with it chances to repair more United front against Germany on E. U. budget issues in Paris Gregory's Guzzi Wilbur daybreak Europe on mother nature's revolting at the royal palace of us say and then for okay breaks planes the rest of Europe is feeling the pain to put keepers a grappling to rapidly adapt trees varieties to their house future pests fires invited storms it's a discreet and crucial race to plan today forests that will be able to survive in a hundred years and continue to store Youmans carbon dioxide emissions in Paris it and forget Bloomberg daybreak Europe when used twenty has a day on a minute to talk on Twitter pot by more than twenty seven hundred Denison on the similar to one hundred and twenty countries and some to kill health this is Bloomberg Raja thanks so much reset about trees and that sort of essentially a lot of the usual trees in that say a really struggling under the heat and so now they have to replant a bunch of trees that they think will actually be able to withstand soaring temperatures on trees. possibly yeah I will of course we had had a very hot some of the some across Europe and Lhasa see a climate change a is really in focus now thank you so much for that world and national news that with that so to kill off listen to some of the patients over the markets the federal reserve took action to call money market for the first time since the financial crisis the central bank injected billions in cash to quell a surge in short term interest rates on Tuesday and it has said that is willing to spend potentially up to another seventy five billion dollars on Wednesday said the liquidity crunch comes of course is the FOMC is expected to love a benchmark interest rates in the United States of America will joining us in all of this you get Chris rock who CIO isn't James is place very good morning to you at the time only the repo market potentially could overshadow a little bit the fed decision what's your what's your view I think that's what Carolina I I feel certain that during times can be also questions about what's going on what he considers its normal not normal and that may overshadow some of the really important language that he needs to get writes about what future fed policy will be going forward whether they were going to be a series of further cuts as we head toward the end of this year and twenty twenty and Chris is I mean does it justify does this kind of crisis which is at the repair rates it's quite technical in little ways we certainly heard that from various people including from from blacks and in fact but it does seem to be a shattering and people say well the last time this happened was the financial crisis I'm willing to loan us about this now I think think today all I was reading something from Bridgeport this morning to is saying that this isn't a crisis of the current time and and that when making too much of this and and when making two plus two equals seven. trying to say that this is a replica of what happened did in two thousand seven such at this point in time we I think the general view is that the fed can control it through the multi policy that's being talked of the contact okay so then let's go to the main issue that of Dr pile of dissent is over whether the fed looks entirely at the domestic economic performance of the US with a look externally to the trade war and a slowing global economy what do you think of that going to say in terms of future interest rate policy because the twenty five basis points is like ten are completely agree twenty five basis points is baked in so the two points all what's going on to the don't plots and what's going to what's going to be in the statement I truly considering what some people describe as the mess of the statement in the press conference last time I think that was probably gonna be more focus on what's happening in the press conference and walked devoting Powell's messaging is about the future path of of of rates going forward and I think what he's going to say eight is an economy that's coming towards was near the end of it so cycle than a ravine being at the mid point that he just got to the last press conference bottle service cherish overshadowed by my trade concerns I think the I think he's going to get a language absolutely right to all the market would you go for the storm but Chris to the argument seems to be focusing certainly in in Europe and elsewhere but but also some exams but of the balance between monetary policy fiscal policy where the actual guy who who is a burden for them let's just here a little bit from one of the European central bank gold member schools from suave in early and Gallo whose over from Frans talking about this whole issue so you are should now explored its fiscal anyway. for instance in Germany and the Netherlands to support group. is he right I mean the euro you should not exploited for school the way it is he right all I I think it's looking increasingly likely that governments will use fiscal policy as a way of stimulating the economy is obviously with money for policy where it is in in the a in Europe they go everything on full of the current time they call queue either it's open ended they've got negative interest rates and a lot of areas there's not much more they can do sort of fiscal policy is going to be the way in which accompanies a stimulated thought there was concerns about the level of debt that my great going forward yeah I thought was interesting that the Gallo was very pointed saying Germany and the Netherlands calling them out by name in terms of of the countries that need to take action because you stayed with us Hey Brubeck radio Chris well see I isn't James is place plenty more to discuss openly back day break yet including the oil markets that's.

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"charles panty" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

10:23 min | 1 year ago

"charles panty" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That keeps the global financial system tugging at this of course the I. you for not re purchase right there been worries for some time about this kind of crucial overnight boring market drying up it did then seem to have put on usually we go intervention for the first time since the financial crisis I'd like you to be more according to reports of the moment more billions going into tron get that'll moving one of the story we need to keep an eye on which she's brexit inevitably the court case yesterday in front of the Supreme Court went through general sense the parents the government didn't have the best staying cool cool so plenty more to come and of course we got young cut talking a little bit later you may give an indication of what the E. U.'s views on a list that city breaks it rumbles all abit of course it's an important central bank day today the feds makes its decision and we also have the B. O. J. items a ten year yields says steady close to one point eight percent on the ten year this morning one sport eight zero exactly that JGB futures have been gating ahead of Thursday's at B. O. J. decision the ECB's available it to Gallo has interesting the because they own you area countries to do more so that's kind of the ECB take on things in terms of the rest of the market stocks in Asia trading makes this morning as I say a lot of really on hold the head of the fed decision the topics a slip for the first time in nine days and I see I Asia Pacific off by tenth of one percent US and European features also aging low and in the oil markets we do see prices stabilizing this morning as the Saudis restore output so Braintree trades at sixty four dollars fifty and WTI crude at fifty nine sports zero seven down four tenths of one percent well let's have a look at our top stories then and dealers are bracing for another blast of cash from the fed today after jumped into money not. as for the first time in over a decade more from Bloomberg start Christmas early Tuesday morning a stunning jump in short term rates pointed to a scarcity of cash in the financial system the knock on effect sent the fed's key fed funds rate to the upper end of its target range two and a quarter percent a move if unchecked could push a range of borrowing costs higher so the New York fed added liquidity by buying more than fifty three billion in securities and then like Tuesday the fed said it will do it again and conduct a second repo operation with as much as seventy five billion available I'm Doug prisoner Bloomberg daybreak Europe now traders scrambles of calls for clues as to what cool was the unexpected spike in the repo market but a senior Blackstone group executive says it's not a sign of a systemic problem that will affect the economy Tony James has been telling bring back that he believes the fed has the tools to solve these short term problems he doesn't see a ripple through the economy the rate spike looks very scary but it's only overnight so that the actual cost of the system is not high I was more of a concern to dealers is our technical it's a technical problem very short term that the defense addressing the James added that he wasn't surprised that the fed stepped in to ensure stability I suppose the crucial a bit of this is that this was one of the market's involved in Lima brothers during the financial crisis that that's a decade ago and a lot has changed since then new rules with books and so that's why some saying is not as serious as one might think the mention of Oleg time ago certainly got people a bit scared meanwhile double line CEO Jeffrey gun like says the spike in the repair right may prompt the fed to expand its balance sheet he cools the way of baby stepping to more QB yeah interesting I mean well the feds repo operations come of course is policy makers meet to consider another cut to the fed funds rate makes Michael McKee has the previous it's not so much what they do as what they plan to do next the twenty five basis point. that is baked into the decision but is that the last of eight mid cycle correction as chairman Jay Powell put it in July or do trade in geo political uncertainty mean more cuts are likely it's a communication challenge for Powell get it wrong and yields and the dollar may rise offsetting the fed's easy one more issue does the fed need to change its balance sheet strategy given the backup in repo rates this week in Washington Michael McKee Bloomberg daybreak Europe and will have special coverage of today's FOMC meeting beginning at seven PM London time right here. Willis cross seven out to Singapore when was Goodman from the markets life team is joining us so where is good morning to you now the fed well everyone's assuming a twenty five percent rate cut I guess given the everyone's assuming it how stocks gonna react yes I good morning everyone twenty five basis points I think you saw what we're expecting you know all the details of P. five hundred is within one percent of a record high so if the fed is stimulating the economy you know it doesn't take a great leap to think that the S. and P. five hundred can you know can get to a new record but there are a couple warning signs one pattern the S. and P. five hundred has been showing is that it tends to retreat for a little while after setting a new high you know that may happen again also you know did did the index is up twenty percent this year and probably not realistic to to expect a lot more from it so yeah I mean I think you can push to a new record but it may have trouble going much beyond that. okay so will show the stock market sell it does seem as if with a bit all not hold until the decision meanwhile the Chinese central bank will it followed the fed as it has done it in the pulse of shattering the feds. has done it or not every single time but occasionally it does it does show the fed will definitely be on watch for tomorrow no one thing to keep in mind is that the PPO see has been just tweaking its money market rates rather than changing its main policy benchmarks when follows the fed so there's a question of how how much good that can do. you know again stocks are up a lot the CSI three hundred is up thirty percent this year that that beats the S. and P. five of five hundred and you know it's difficult to to see that a small tweak in interest rates can can really push China shares much higher west thanks so much was Goodman that live on the line from Singapore for real time market commission Alice's markets live M. L. IV on you'll blue but will it stick with central bank news but actually here in the U. K. bank of England governor mark Carney maybe else to extend his term if breaks it is delayed that is according to the Financial Times reports that the prospect of a snap general election makes the naming of a successor less and less likely Connie originally planned to seventy five years but he's extended his time twice already to help to prepare for breakfast Saudi Arabia's restored almost home off of the output loss to the world's largest oil refinery after this weekend's attack crude flow the plant is back up around two million barrels a day I'm the chief executive of Saudi ram kids up to mystic about being able to soon return to pre attack levels okay will be at full capacity of course by as a state by the end of September of gate will be at capacity and the update give me yesterday gave the market much needed clarity but progress bit slower than initially expected crude prices remain holier is trade the trade is factoring greater risks for Saudi supply and you know the top corporate news FedEx slumped in late trading off the costing is profit full cost of the twenty twenty this don't drop white town the shipping companies year to date gate it's the latest sign that the trade war on global slowdown is starting to hit US corporate Titans fed ex is also preparing for a jackal revenue of to separate most of its ties with Amazon okay for the listing but will use his Bloomberg summer kill off and summer you beginning with the Israeli election yes Roger that hasn't broken the political deadlock in the country with me the prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu. his rival dance looking to have any coupons to form a coalition government formal let's go live to Tel Aviv a blue bags Ivan Levingston is standing by Ivan what is the political situation right now. there's a lot of been the air here in Israel last name delivered a strong set back to Benjamin Netanyahu he won't be able to easily put together a government of his steadfast right wing and religious allies but there still remains political horse trading and coalition building so it's unclear who the next prime minister will be. but supposedly the king maker that might support the Likud party will Netanyahu be able to remain in power. that depends on what kind of deals he's able to cut the if he's able to form a national unity government with the party that's emerged as the king made occurred the the use of a cane party and and with another arrival party. he could find a way to stand how I make the case that he remains the best person to lead Israel but it's still too soon to to tell that being said never count that's me I I. thank you so much on that update that live from Tel Aviv of course web vote counting is still very much in the way we will keep you updated on the Israeli election throughout the morning now Spain is heading for its fourth election in four years off to acting prime minister pantry Sanchez failed to form a government U. banks tells panty says the polls will open in November king for the for the six had been holding consultations with political leaders including Sanches and concluded there was no way for government to be formed new elections highlight the increasingly fragmented nature Spanish politics and come out of challenging time for Spain as the economy starts to slow in Madrid Charles panty Bloomberg daybreak Europe. and Malaysia's employing cloud seeding in an attempt to clear thick haze blanketing Kuala Lumpur and the surrounding region the choking haze comes from forest fires in Indonesia with neighboring countries urging them to do more to stop the banning Malaysian ruling party leader on well Abraham spoke exclusively to bring back. with all the leaves and I because these and they call it the color warfare really quiet government to be more.

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"charles panty" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"charles panty" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Command has the preview. nothing else campaign has been all about survival claiming opponents are trying to steal the election through voter fraud and reviving anti error messages that won him support and last elections also at stake is his desire to stay out of court and possibly jail for several graft allegations Jerusalem Glenn Ackerman Bloomberg daybreak Europe Russia and Iran have expressed growing frustration with extremists in northwest Syria president Putin met with leaders Rouhani and out of one in the Turkish capital yesterday. which is better still concerned about the tense situation and the remaining the escalations you'd live where terrorist organizations have increased their activity recently together we must make additional steps for the complete removal of the terror threat coming from the in the area. action in a live would paint Russia and Iran against Turkey which fears renewed fighting could push millions of migrants to its borders Spain's king Felipe pay meets with political parties today to judge if they can form a new government otherwise blue bags channels Pencey says an election is on the cards. which is with acting prime minister better senses of the Socialist Party I'm publications leader for the house will be key such as needs the support of putting us to be able to form a government but so far talks are in deadlock it is no breakthrough Spain is headed for elections on November the tenth in Madrid Charles panty Bloomberg daybreak Europe and the Dutch government will today unveil its twenty twenty budget but has been excused aka months reports some of it has already been leaked the budget officially presented by finance minister vocals car may include wording on national investment fund that according to local media reports would take advantage of historically low interest rates it could be worth billions of euros such a step would mean a big shift of Lawrence state that has until now been paramount in mainstream Dutch politics in Amsterdam your talking owns Bloomberg daybreak Europe global news twenty four hours a day on a on a tick tock on Twitter pod by more than twenty seven hundred Jennison unless the more the one hundred and twenty countries and some to kill off this is Billy Beck neighbor Sandra thank you so much now he's a European sports. Liverpool manager Yahgan cloth and say suggestions he might not sign any contracts because of the weather in England was not sent a German.

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"charles panty" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"charles panty" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"They've truly been the number one provocateur of terror. We have no indication that anything's happened or will happen. But if it does it will be met with great force. We'll have no choice. French president. Emmanuel McColl is reiterating. His calls for European unity in a bid to rally support a head of the EU elections beanbags Greg vis Cousy reports with a week to go formation his neck and neck in the polls with that Marie lapenne, if fringe vote for her nationalistic view of Europe. We that much harder to convince hesitant leaders elsewhere to agree to follow his bishops. European vision in Paris. Greg grievous Cousy, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Meanwhile, Angela Merkel is preparing for a clash with France as she pushes Germany's most ambitious Baid yet, for Tump you job. The German Chancellor is said to want to secure the European Commission presidency. All the European Central Bank for one compatriots people Amelia tell Bloomberg that if her Bavarian ally Manfred Weber cannot lead the commission, a gem, and should run the instead it sets up for a battle with French leader. Emmanuel MAC home for the European jobs. The first summit on the upcoming array of e vacancies is just one week away and Spain's parliament is due to reconvene later today. Bloomberg's Charles Pentti says it's a big. Cladding prime minister Petre Sanchez even Chroma as a handful of Kaplan diseases being held in jail on remand take up opponent overseas. They wanted me elections held loss month. Politics is also bracing for European elections Sentras hopes to repeat his success in Madrid Charles panty, Bloomberg daybreak. Your global news twenty thousand day on Erna Toco Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Sandra Kilhof. This is Bloomberg. Caroline. Thank you so much, Sandra. His the morning sports update with Jay Townsend at fallen legend and three time well champion. Nikki loud, has died.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

07:02 min | 2 years ago

"charles panty" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Nine thirty AM in Hong Kong also in Beijing where I am now. And I'm Kathleen Hayes, and I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York, so yes, Kathleen, we do have the market on the mainland up and running and the Shanghai composite is up about three tenths of one percent. Similar gain for the hang sang. In Hong Kong. We've got no trading today. As a matter of fact for the entire week in Tokyo. We'll talk more about markets in a moment when we check in with Bryan Curtis right now, Kathleen, and I wanna get you caught up on this hour's top business stories the tip top story big round of U S, China trade talks coming right up with US trade rep, Robert lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin heading to Beijing. Unfortunately, I'm not meeting them for lunch. They are going to be busy with meetings mid week. The two sides are currently hoping to agree on a deal, President Trump and China's leader she Shing pink, consign in a face to face meeting may time. Former US Treasury Secretary, Tim Geithner says the debt. Decade-long US expansion still has legs. This has been a very modest recovery. And it comes after a savage downturn which made people very cautious and the foundations of this expansion are more stable than is true for many fast expansions. So it's true that with some modest look and without with as long as people make some dumb mistakes, this this expensive could go on that has guide near speaking earlier on C N N's Farid Sakaria GPS Boeing will hold its annual shareholder meeting in Chicago tomorrow and CEO, Dennis Muilenburg is pretty certain to take some heat. The planemaker continues to deal with problems with the seven thirty seven max following to fail crashes. We've learned Boeing didn't tell Southwest Airlines that a standard safety feature had been deactivated until after the lion aircrash and south west didn't learn until later that the feature had been moved to a separate display, and it was only available for an extra fee. Be in Hong Kong, the banking sector is seeing a spurt of hiring as newly licensed virtual banks snap up talent. We have more from Bloomberg's David Ingles. It's virtual banking, but the jobs are real for newly licensed ventures expect to hire two hundred people in the coming months, that's double their existing headcount. The Hong Kong Monetary authority expects, the banks to offer retail and commercial services within nine months and the authority is processing for more applications, but finding the right skill set may actually be tough. Simon loan is the founder of one of the license holders. And he says there's simply a lack of fintech talent. In Hong Kong. So suffice to say the hunt is on both here and globally in Hong Kong. I'm David Ingles. Bloomberg daybreak Asia. All right for a close up look at what's happening in financial markets as our Asian trading day and week it's underway. Let's get back to Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis. What's on your radar screen? Kathleen. Thanks very much. Well, it's positive day in the Asia Pacific. Every market is higher with the exception of Australia. The sex is off three tenths of a percent. But all these other markets Taiwan Singapore, the markets that Doug just mentioned acting dixies now up three tenths of a percent China markets up about one tenth of resent. We just had this story move in the last ten minutes. And well, it seems like something that happens all the time. I it is taking a little bit of the shine off of off of these great numbers in this is that the US and China still face significant unresolved issues over trade, according to a senior administration official now if it says the possibility remains that President Trump will walk away from the negotiating table, if he isn't satisfied without talks progressing now has mentioned this type of comment that we always get when these talks come in. But now that we're talking about it. We may see a little bit more in terms of hedges come into play because these these markets in Hong Kong China looked like they'd be up about a half percent. Now, they're more in the one tenth of percent to about a quarter of a percent BYU gained about a five percent in Hong Kong trading after its four four first quarter results and Bank, which is has come out with its earnings. First of the big banks got a slew more coming today up about three tenths of one percent. In terms of some other action that dollars a little bit stronger, but less than a tenth of a percent dollar yen one eleven sixty three very little change the yield on the ten year not moving today because no no trading in Tokyo. So we're at two point four nine percent and all has picked up a little bit still down a third of a percent sixty three o eight a barrel and Kathleen back to you. Well, thank you so much Bryan Curtis will get back to you later. But for now, we're going to take a look at the global news senior on North Korean leaders meeting to try and decide how to proceed under US sanctions. Ed Baxter has global news in the Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco newsroom. Ed, Kathleen, pretty cool. Beijing to San Francisco Iran's foreign minister Javad Zarif on CBS says nobody wants war, but that the US is creating situations where mistakes can happen. He says the president cannot be trusted. We have hundred and fifty pages of campany negotiate agreement a monkey lateral agreement endorsed by the Security Council, but the United States is a permanent member. So if if the United States does not respect that what would respect he says Iran North have much in common Spain's governing center left socialists, have won the country's election. But Bloomberg's Charles panty in. Madrid says the job is not over very impressive result, full, the socialist policy. Prime minister Peres punches has to go out that and seal some some packs with other with other NATO forces Senate, he can kill them. Meanwhile, far right party road and unprecedented. Surge of support to enter lower house of parliament for the first time in four decades. US Republican Senator Lindsey Graham has calling on the president to put more sanctions on Russia is a big deal. It's not just a few Facebook ads. They were very successful in pitting one American against the other joined the twenty sixteen campaign, by manipulating social media. He says on CBS is not about party. It's about election integrity. Sri Lankan Catholic celebrated mass via TV over the weekend. In their homes, Catholic churches closing their doors for fear of more violence. Meanwhile, Muslim women have been ordered to stop wearing veils in public violence at a Jewish synagogue over the weekend just outside San Diego one person killed three others injured. US Senator Chuck Schumer. We must we must be thinking of more ways to stay. Stop the spread of this hate and protect all houses of worship. And of course, the need to address gun violence is greater than ever before the president saying it's a tragedy and says appears to be a hate crime construction crane fell off a building on new Google campus in Seattle into the street below over the weekend. Four people died mayor is Jenny Durkan as many of you.

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Everything you need to know about Spain's general election on Sunday April 28

Bloomberg Daybreak Weekend

04:50 min | 2 years ago

Everything you need to know about Spain's general election on Sunday April 28

"Europe where Spain is holding another election for more on the country's political landscape. Let's bring in Bloomberg daybreak Europe anchor. Neighbor, take Bob Spanish voters will go to the pose this weekend for the country's third general election in four years. Spain's economy has been a source of Chia, even as Germany, France and Italy have flounded, but the risk is an economic slowdown could happen van expected. Prime minister Pedro Sanchez is seen as a front runner. But the fragmented political landscape means a hung parliament is also a probability for more on the general election Madrid bureau chief Charles Pentti joins me to discuss great. Have you with us Charles? Thank you so much joining. So I mentioned that prime minister petro Sanchez is seen as the front runner going into the elections. Tell us more about that. Prime minister Spain he became prime minister when he he threw a whole you may remember competence Spain's surprise, prime minister. He was forced to call elections this weekend because he was. But coming out of that to weakness, he's actually very effective campaign. We see him as a clear front runner going into these elections. He will seems. Beat the biggest in in in parliament's. But but the question really is is whether he will enough to be able to form a ruling majority, and the you know, the way to do that is through building coalition. Spain has now become used to mechanism of governing coalition in the old days. We saw two very strong politics such as policy on the PB divide. But because of the effects of the crisis a decade ago. You know, the Kaplan cry fifteen what we've seen is m scape. And what we expect to see would be some results going to Hong Peng, Ponant and know, which Sanchez as the leading candidate will be reaching out to try and form coalition in Spain. What would be the implications of that of a hung parliament policy? Then. Coalition shape. If as seems likely Sanchez emerges as the biggest party. Has the short trying to form a coalition? These natural would be to reach out to the anti-establishment Pontypool on to his left politically. So that combination would have a certain consequences policy by Amos would seek to have a policy, and and that would influence Sanchez's thinking. To government. Another possible coalition with the centrist parties. So. Has ruled out that possibility. Seen as the more likely partner in postponed, right wing coalition. But that is another option. That's another pulse that could unfold based on what happens this weekend, right and talk to us about what that could mean for the economy. I mean Spain's unemployment rate some say gives campaign Fota to Sanchez's opponents. He's been doing well, we're in the sixth year of expansion engine duty Spain still coming out of his brutal financial crisis two thousand ten thousand two thousand twelve is recovering strongly. And and you know. This this year expects growth of two point two percent. It's a solid expansion. And we we see the economy going forward with plenty of momentum. People will be watching the impact the election result. Only Coney how policy may shape the economy going forward. But we don't detect them too much nervousness in the markets. For example, you know, setting Sanchez up. So now has no he's he's his socialist governments as so she's minority. Government has has has not been a coast is not a concern for for example. What should we watch full as the results come in anything that might move markets? The big surprise would be a a win for the right result. Which might lead people to think that a right wing coalition power in Spain by which I mean. This emerging national politics. You know, the main thing that unites. On independence. But I suppose have very committed to for example, cutting taxes. The market might might might applaud that that could be a result. Which would be a significant surprise full. Bureau. Chief Charles panty. Thank you so much for

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"charles panty" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:59 min | 2 years ago

"charles panty" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Start your day. We're gonna get a check of the top headlines with daybreak editor Richard MacAuley who is live for us out of Hong Kong this morning, Richard. You all talking about the resignation of matters in the newsletter euro-zone, including this this warning from the WTO that's global trade looks increasingly precarious as we're heading into twenty nine nine leading indicators pointing to a meaningful slow down next year. That's right. Yeah. We heard from chief economist Robert Koopman, he was pointing to the continuing decline in leading indicators and was kind of concerned about the impact. This is going to have in two thousand nineteen on investment and on consumers. Now, he did say there's been no single big change to the leading indicators yet. Instead, he says is it's the smaller changes that are adding up quickly. He used the phrase, it's like death by thousand cuts all told Koopman reckons. They they point to a meaningful slow down as you say. But the WTO it did stick to it September forecast of three point seven percent growth in trade, the global trade in two thousand nineteen that was already down downwardly revised forecasts, then I guess if if was right it could be downgraded again. All right. So that's one down arrows story from. From from the daybreak newsletter. We do have a rally predicted though hedge fund manager Greg coffee made his first bullish call since starting his own money pool. Eight months ago saying a rally in riskier assets is going to surprise investors next year. Why is that? Yeah. Well, he he reckons essentially the things will got so bad in the US. The fed reverses its course, and we see a charge inequities. So specifically he reckons tight some money supply interest rate hikes pushed down stocks in the first quarter in the second. We could see some easing off. And that's obviously going to be caused through celebration. For investors coffee was a low self deprecating in his note to clients you mentioned the talking about November. He said that the only really terrible thing about that month was the lack of talent so owned by investment managers, including himself. So. Humidity. I guess, but yeah, I mean, he's suddenly putting that's the sort of silver lining on the current cloudy market, look. Yeah, humidity. Indeed. And yeah, I'm kind of liking the message, or at least I think find it interesting that it's going to get worse before it gets better. We also need to talk a little bit about callers gone. Richard tap knees. Prosecutors rearresting the now former Nissan chairman, thus right is real surprised this morning as last night judge says there's no reason to keep going in custody any longer that. Let's hope hopes you might be released on bail this morning. The police rearrested him this time on even more serious allegations of financial misconduct. Prosecutors suspect him of transferring his personal investment losses to Nitzan his lawyers declined to comment on those accusations. What it means forgotten is the prosecutors now have the right to keep him in custody for at least another ten days possibly they could keep him even longer than that and the new arrest. My also hurt his chances of making bail when he is eligible for potential release. I gotta ask quickly about General Mattis. You guys are leading the daybreak newsletter with it how how rough is this for for President Trump? Well, he's he's kind of pushed out the three big sort of defense military chiefs, certainly looks like he's gonna be winging it by himself for John Bolton. I mean, there are people in position. But he's really made a statement that he's just going to be sort of ruling by his own kind of. Ideology, I guess is is really sort of in a position to to listen to anyone maybe. Yes. To see as opposed to the fair or the concern is that Donald Trump is is shooting from the hip suppose, that's one way that you can put it Richard MacAuley. Thanks, so much daybreak editor joining his out of Hong Kong this morning, and for the niece that you need to start your day. Bloomberg customers can access daybreak every morning at five thirty London time by typing G A Y B on the Bloomberg terminal. Let's get your world national news for that. We go to Ben Clarke. Thank you max. The first inbound flights to get work airport since Wednesday night landed eleven past six this morning from Shanghai. The UK's busiest second busiest airports is the benway's currently available. In a limited. Number of aircraft are jeweled for departure and arrival a rogue drone left six hundred and fifty flights canceled leaving one hundred and twenty thousand people's travel plans and chaos there were more sightings of drone neither runway last night as police and the army continue the search for its operation. Spanish, Prime minister Pedro, son. Chase is sent to hold a cabinet meeting in Catalonia's capital amid widespread protests. Bloomberg's Charles panty reports. The Catalan capital is after all Spanish city but ever since former Kathleen president callers pushed made in the legal attempt to break away from Spain just over a year ago politics in the region have been far from normal Spanish, Prime minister, petro Sanchez, and his ministers should expect noisy. Protests in Barcelona. Sanchez has taken a software approach to the Catalan issue than his predecessor Mariano Rajoy events in Boston and provide a clue as to whether his Catalan strategy is working emerge. Charles pentti. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Eight demonstrators have been killed in eastern Sudan. During clashes with riot police, they follow growing protests there over the rising price of bridge. Bloomberg's Helen Buddha reports sedan declared a state of emergency in the northeastern city of Barra. Fully participate soaring prices in the future. Teach participants set fire to the ruling party's main of his as well as the headquarters of the local government. So that has had sporadic protests over rising cost of living measures recommended by the Nairobi Kenya. Bloomberg daybreak Europe, the sexual assault case against Harvey Weinstein's being given the go-ahead my judge in New York. The Hollywood producers lawyers argued for it to be thrown out. So the claims of a bunch police investigation. But the judge has ruled that allegation of misconduct had no basis. Global news twenty four hours a day on air it talk on Twitter bowel by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm paying Clark. This is Bloomberg Marcus. Thank you very much indeed band. And now, let's bring you up to date with the sports sneeze restarting with a homecoming of sorts, his Lawrence, Mora, new Manchester. United manager Ali goodness OSHA says that pretending to the club. Feels like coming home. The Norwegian will face the media this morning for the first time since taking over at Old Trafford until the end of the season. He succeeds Joseph marina who was sacked on Tuesday after two and a half years in charge. I want to show first task will be to try and close at nineteen point gap between United and top. The Premier League Liverpool that got though could be even bigger by this evening as Yagan clubs team kickoff. The weekends league action. With a visit to wolves Klopp says it's still too early in the season to suggest it's a battle between themselves and city for the title might should be thinking about about one of the only one who can stop secure, whatever it's not like that. This is looks completely different. Only city can stop city to be honest and not not we we have to play our own game. And try to get as many points as possible moves manager Nudo says that his team's belief in each other gives them a fighting chance against upside. There's no other way to get. That team spirit the way we feel the way we think as a team is what can push pushes foreign and able to achieve things that we want in rugby union premiership strugglers Worcester. Face north Hampton with both teams locked on the same number of points. And there's no Welsh clash in rugby, Union's pro fourteen tonight Cardiff blues, hosted dragons, and the other gate is Noel island affairs, the take them and stack. All right. That was your European sports report still after living here for two years. I only understand about a third of what Laurence says let's talk back about the markets again and about what's going on in this global economic slowdown up next. We're going to get a little bit from voucher stalking, boom, chief investment strategist of EMEA, and.

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"charles panty" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

10:20 min | 2 years ago

"charles panty" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Eight thirty you're listening in Frankfurt, Paris, or Brussels. Let me bring you up to date with these markets as we're counting you down to the of European equity trading this Wednesday euro stocks fifty futures ahead of that gaining about four tenths of one percent. Footsie futures also on the front foot this morning by a similar amount. Receiving and futures higher by between five tenths of one percent and six tenths of one percent. These European gains would come in the aftermath of Asian equities on the front foot. This this. Morning led by tech stocks in particular, the Hang Seng index in Hong Kong leading the way forward hair higher by about one and one third of one percents. We're seeing similar gains for the CSI three hundred in mainland China when it comes to you the benchmark the regional benchmark it is higher by about six tenths of one percent. The only place where we've seen a little bit of weakness. Shining through is Australia where the ASX two hundred closed marginally to the downside a little bit earlier all prices jumping today with Brent crude rising by one point three percent. Some trade optimism paps coming through here. As traders also reports falling US gasoline inventories. Traders are mulling Vosa reports when it comes to the currency space this morning. The KOREAN WON The biggest gainer against the greenback. Among major currencies perhaps another sign of some trade tourism coming through. The euro is little changed. Rules are seeing sterling well gaining marginally marginally I hasten to add at one spot twenty-seven v. At this stage. That's a quick look at the data. Let me talk you through our top stories that we're watching as well fed chair fed. Vice chairman Richard Carta has called the central bank's gradual approach to interest rate hikes appropriate. It comes ahead of fetch hedgerow Powell speaking today, here's Bloomberg's feds. Reporter Chris condom, the tax to the speech is expected to be regulatory matters Bont, they'll be an audience Q and A and that audiences really full of some heavy hitting economists. So they're going to be some good questions. I'm sure they'll try to draw him out on the path of policy that was Chris Connor. And speaking there ahead of the fed chair Drome, Powell's speech. Meanwhile, President Trump has renewed his attacks on Powell telling the Washington Post, he's not even a little bit happy with my selection of j that is a quote once again from the US president. Meanwhile, there's some potential positive signs in the U S, China trade war. Residents Trump on she will meet over dinner on Saturday evening in Buenos Aires and White House. Economic adviser. Larry cudlow says President Trump is feeling optimistic and his view. There's a good possibility that a deal can be made. And then he is open to that is open to that. But Kudlow, also says intellectual property force technology and tariff and non-tariff barrier related issues. Still need to be resolved. When it comes to Brexit needs this morning. The Prime Minister Theresa may is said to be ditching plans to prevent lawmakers from time to rewrite her Brexit deal. Sources say MP's will be free to vote on a series of potential changes to the motion which could include calls for a second referendum or for a different deal with the EU Bloomberg's pizza Flanagan says it comes as may towards the country to drum up support for the deal. Trees a main metric cold reception from the DP in Belfast, Tuesday, ardine fosters DP, which affectively props up as government said she should not waste time selling this deal, and instead seek better terms or Brussels, even as both nay and the EU insists there is no room for further negotiation foster pledged piracy revolt against the dealer in its current form with may already under severe pressure from her own party to America. Her Clarence in Dublin. Peter Flanagan, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And don't you Bank is said to be considering replacing senior executives who manage its relationships with regulators. According to a Bloomberg sauce, Sylvie mattress, a management board member who serves as the bank's chief regulatory officer. And Tom Patrick who runs operations in the Americas are among the executives who might alternate leave. Now, let's get you some more headlines from around the world. Here is Bloomberg's leeann GARRETT'S good morning, Markus. Egypt point ask for further IMF funding next year when it's twelve billion dollar loan program. Expires finance minister Muhammad mo- eight spoke says the economy is now in better shape, and he's working to reduce debt and gain investors confidence. He spoke exclusively tippling Beck. We gonna go for the international markets this year. We haven't decided yet about mount bliss currency the thing. However, we are very much interested and made it very clear, we will diversify. Was five. Markets. Win diverse currencies will diversify products version called has ordered Ukrainian sailors to be detained for two months following a maritime clash between the two countries. Bloomberg's ten helping has more the decision threatens to prolong the crisis over control of the Kerch strait near Crimea as European Union governments consider fresh sanctions against Russia in response to Sunday's incident. Ukraine is demanding that Russia return, the Twenty-three, sailors and three ships that had captured in Moscow tiny, helping Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Chinese president Xi Jinping had an audience with king Philip the six last night as he begins around of official GT's in Spain. Bloomberg's chose panty reports. Last night business leaders to partner attracted top companies from both countries, including Spain's back or something and China's Alibaba visits enables both countries to reform that ties project the influence on the world stage as they signed commercial Inc. Agreements who Spanish companies dishing prize is access to the markets of the world's most popular. This country. Retrieved Charles panty, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And a preliminary report says a faulty sensor on the doomed liner at wasn't prepared before the fatal flight last month. Even though it had failed on a previous trip. Indonesian? Aviation regulators say work was carried out on other senses, but not on the angle of attack vein. Investigators are to resume the search for the cockpit voice recorder. Cleveland news twenty four hours a day on marinate tick tock on Twitter about by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts symbol than one hundred twenty countries and the guarantees this is Bloomberg Markus. Thanks very much. Indeed, leeann now, let's say get to our guest this hour. Michael LeVine, chief investment strategist at Nordia wealth management joins me now live from Stockholm. Great to have you on the line. Michael really, great to have you on the show. We have a lot of different event Chris on the radar this week Jerome Powell speaking later on today, the d twenty talks coming up. At the weekend with U S China trade tensions. What's what has the most market moving potential for from your perspective as we look ahead in the short term. Markus. Thanks for having me. Good question. I'd say that of course, the main focus on the central Bank angle and also to g twenty meeting coming up. I mean trade has been. Sort of a focal point the whole year. And and it's a it's a highly moving target. I would say, although perhaps the market this is expecting perhaps a bit too much. We don't see any material things coming out that the g twenty per possibly, some communication or or KOMO wording. But, but I would be very surprised if we see sort of a full-blown trade deal coming out from that same dinner. Absolutely. We're we're looking at that. Of course. Now, we've seen sort of three trillion dollars wiped off you as equities since September. Michael looking at your risk appetite GE still seem fairly keen hair going forward. Are you buying this dip then? Yeah. You could sorta say, so we we have actually recommended and I'll wait position in this throughout this this this route. And then we still think that and the global economy, although perhaps slowing a little bit still level. It's more than than quick friendly. If you put it that way. And also, the earnings picture is very encouraging. We know that earnings growth will sort of gear down a little bit next year, but we will still have support from from that angle. And if we are right in in that the suspect and global growth sort of putting on and then then with think equities will still be most of the sixteen come space within equities do shuffle around some of the tech Chaz so to speak at the same time. I mean, a lot of folks are on this program. They're starting to say look. Yeah, we all turning a little bit more defensive where we're starting to approach the exit in preparation for for the end of the cycle. I mean d- sign up to that approach. Yeah. I it's again, very is very hard to give a definitive Asher too. But as I said, we still think there's some use left in in in the market, and and looking at the different regions right now, we have which are actually merging markets out that route earlier this year, they are becoming more attractive both in terms of valuation. But also today in terms of earnings growth and to finance that. We are Linda skeptical about Europe where we have some issues there Brexit looming. The Italian situation, but above all the earnings situation in in Europe. It's not bad. In a relative perspective. It's it's not good either. All right, stay with us. Michael levine. He's going to be staying with us in the next segment as we're also going to be looking ahead to today's financial stability report and Bank stress tests from the Bank of England the treasury as well as the O.

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"charles panty" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

11:39 min | 2 years ago

"charles panty" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"If you're listening in Frankfurt or Paris. You will know what it means? It means that European equities are just getting out of the gates this morning. The stock six hundred not moving much faster few minutes also higher but only by zero point zero five percents. I'm interested to see what he does Marcus. Because course, yesterday, we saw the footsie MIB jumped more than two percent real that spread tightening on the beach EP bun spread we take a look across some of the regional indices. The footsie may have higher by five tenths of a percent generally seeing modest gains across the board. The cat forty the Dax slightly higher by two tenths of a percent. The Footsie-100 slightly weaker by two tenths of a percent. I wonder if that has anything to do with cable. Yeah. Absolutely looking at the cable, right? This morning. It is building on yesterday's gains higher by about two tenths of one percent at one spot. Fifty also seeing the euro rate higher this morning against the dollar one spot sixteen twenty four sourcing both euro as well as starring being bid at the same time. The Japanese yen has been weakening by about three tenths of one percent. As part of what would spin a risk on the sentiment. Sentimental teams over in Japan. Yeah. A little bit. We've definitely seen what I would call a bit of cautious risk on the Asian session. I mean, if you look at those g ten currencies as you highlighted the yen, the only one actually weakening against the dollar in the session today. Dollar. Yen's been very much in focus and that gave a lift to Japanese equities. We saw the Asia Pacific index gain after eight straight days of losses, which was the longest losing streak since December twenty seventeen and in terms of why we might be seeing a little bit of cautious risk on. Well, there's a distinct absence of any headlines on trade today. Absolutely. I suppose that's a good thing. We're going to get to the stocks to watch in just a moment. I just want to mention BT p yields the ten year BT, Dan by almost five basis points said this morning, there's been this. Report from propublica the Italian newspaper that the Italian budget may include a maximum of five billion euros for a citizen income perhaps the fair in the market have been that. This figure would be a lot bigger. So that sort of builds into the narrative that we've been getting out of Rome in the past few days. Also, this government baps being a little bit more budgetarily responsible than than some had feared. And guess what? Lord of the spread has has responded because we've been seeing that BTV button spread tightening up yesterday. And today, we're at two hundred forty four basis points right now, of course, we're also going to be talking about emerging markets a lot in the hour. We're still seeing emerging market equities under some pressure in this session. But steadying when it comes to EMS currencies. But for now, let's turn to our stocks to watch. Because of course, we are straight out of the gate. It is the hour of the European equity market open as Marcus was saying the stock six hundred on a headline level pretty much unchanged. But definitely some interesting stories under the surface. So for more on our stocks. To watch this morning. Bloomberg stocks editor Sam unstaged joins us in the London studio. Sam what are you kicking off with? I n j so this is a big story this morning, and it's very interesting story. So their CFO step down. There's a money laundering investigation has just gone on the Bank see CFO's gone there. She has a slightly higher this morning and we'd seen them called in both directions. But it's an interesting story in the context of Danske Bank, which has been falling a lot recently. And we have a really good story out this morning on the terminal about the full. Their Wallace is saying is the lack of transparency, there's no one taking a great deal of accountability is a lack of transparency as to what exactly has gone on at Danske Bank. So it's it's creating Puget overhang for the stock. Ryan Jay, this might well be taken pretty well because they're actually taking a bit of accountability transparency, and what's going on as your sort of suggesting that Sam I in g is just about two tenths of a percent. So a little bit of a game. Now, of course, we've heard the CFO stepping down. We also need to talk about a rest, which is a Swiss company. That well, it's close to my heart because it makes special specialty bakery products. I was learning baked goods and the radio. Good morning. Anyway, because through why we should be watching most notably they make the bones for big Macs. So they make McDonald's bans, and that's that's one of their main business. So this is a company that has been a serious. They've been a serial profit Warner over the course of the last year. And this is also put them in an issue with that debt. So they not too high level of debt, but the share prices moved so much and the downgrade surroundings have been so significant they've now had to retool their decadence, but they call that done today. So they've managed to their covenants gives them a little bit of breathing space, and you can see this morning as they actually bought this morning. Eight point four percent quite a pop and then looking at ash Ted as well. So here seeing their full year results ahead of us. Yeah. And I'm actually if if a Riester cereal profit Warner ash, they've actually generally a serial profound grader, they tend to be the expectations. There are company that analysts consistently say they get lumped in with a lot of all the different equipment rental companies. Whether they're exposures actually, very different. Yeah. This morning. They said they see full year ahead the up there by back. We have nonetheless this morning saying that they should just completely strung across the board. And their shares are up about five percent. Yeah. One of the best performers at the moment on the stock six hundred if we drill down into the individual stocks. Thank you so much to stocks editor Sam unstirred for joining us in the London studio or we've got some other top stories to drill into the pound holding gains softer jumping yesterday this morning. Sterling surging above the one thirty Mark against the dollar yesterday's session. This is the EU. Steve Brexit, negotiator said a deal on the U case orderly withdrawal from the block is possible within eight weeks. I think that if we are able to reach agreement on the first stage of distribution, which is Brexit treaty. Six or eight weeks? So that was the chief Brexit negotiator. Michelle. Obama malice made me laugh on TV earlier saying it takes a Frenchman to make the pound pop. Sterling gained some eight tenths of a percent yesterday. It's extending those gains today. But you know, it's interesting because even though Michelle bounty has given this somewhat spot positive spin. I mean, his words, of course, we're realistic that we get this deal in eight weeks. Theresa May still could face a lot of trouble from her own party in the Brexit is in her own party. Absolutely. The reports this morning that essentially they are against the Brexit tears. That is they are against Theresa May keeping some form of EU in place after Brexit. So the mood music out of London, very different than the one after Brussels. Yeah. Absolutely. Now, let's turn to trade. I mean today we all getting a little bit of an absence of headlines that's moving the markets when it comes to trade, but progress was made yesterday when it comes to trade relations between the US and EU. Bloomberg's Richard Bravo reports following high level negotiations. In Brussels on Monday. The US said it will seek fast track approval from congress for trade deal with the EU the move indicates a progress bodes well for the next round of meetings at the end of this month. US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer any EU trade chief Cecilia Malmstrom. Will then meet again in November to finalize outcomes. According to a US statement in Brussels, Richard Bravo, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. We also need to talk a little bit about emerging markets. You were just mentioning it, Nara. Vietnam says that it will be using a combination of trade deals and domestic reforms to survive the fallout from a U S, China trade war Bloomberg. We've had an interesting interview with the prime minister at Phnom wind swin Phuc, he said that his country will remain resilient in the face of global challenges. Molin seeking new ways to grow. We already had twelve free trade agreements and anelle promptly working on four other trade deals, including with the EU, and we want to maintain good relations with both the US and China. The Vietnamese economy particularly sensitive to disruptions in global supply chains is trade amounts to about twice its GDP. Now, Russian President Vladimir Putin is hosting his counterparts from China and Japan today at the Eastern Economic forum in Vladivostok this as Putin and Japan's Prime Minister are bay have agreed to step up economic cooperation in four disputed islands. That's despite making no progress on resolving the decades-old territorial spat. Obviously, we've touched on the peace treaty issued during the talks. It's well known. This issue has been discussed for decades new would be naive to assume it can be resolved in an hour. But we are ready to seek for a solution satisfactory for both Russia and Japan accepted by both nations that was Russia's President Putin speaking last night and Russia will today also hold joint military exercises with China. A what's being called the biggest wargame for decades now in top corporate news Boeing has raised its forecast for aircraft amount in China. That's even as an escalating trade war between the two worlds biggest economies costs a shadow over the planemakers prospects in the Asian country. Boeing says the China will need seven thousand six hundred and nine hundred thousand new planes by one point two trillion dollars in the next two decades three to twenty thirty seven. That's a six percent increase over its projections. Just last September. All right goes your top stories for the late. In global news. Here's Bloomberg's Hannah George. Hey hannah. Hey, neighbor, hurricane Florence could make landfall in the Carolinas and Virginia with total losses. Possibly reaching twenty seven billion dollars that would make it the eighth costliest storm to hit the US markets are reflecting this pressure. The story from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett. If it does come shore in the region, it'll be the most powerful storms since Hugo slammed into South Carolina in nineteen Eighty-nine. The hurricanes affects were already being felt in market shares of home improvement retailers. Lowe's, and Home Depot rising alongside the price of hogs and cotton, Charlie Pellett. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Turkey has deployed tanks and commandos to its board with serious last rebel bastion. It led province. Bloomberg. Sal majora has more Turkey guards the presence of its troops inside lip as a deterrent against a large scale assault by forces of Syrian President, Bashar Assad and his allies Ankara, southern Ajao. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. The data so-called national stay has been an annual flashpoint among separatist parties pushing to split from Spain in a defiant speech last week. The region's leader Quim Torah urged people to take to the streets to protest the imprisonment of separatist leaders who carried us a succession referendum last October. But that's Bloomberg's Charles panty reports. Achieving consensus is easier said than done truth is the separatist movements itself is split between those who favor more confrontation with Spain. And those who she can more pragmatic approach Catalan politics seems to be in stagnation with little progress made since the events of last four Madrid Charles Pinci, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Finally, left wing candidates have made the most significant gains in the Brazilian presidential campaign while far-right lawmaker jar Bozon row continues to lead the field. 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04:02 min | 2 years ago

"charles panty" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To offer to buy. An unlimited amount of bombs at a, fixed rate operation the yield on tenure government, bond sort as much as six, basis points in early trading its biggest increase in almost two years on an intraday basis Putting the and high and weighing on stocks the benchmark powered its advance, after the Bank of Japan, offered to buy securities that a fixed rate of zero point one. One, percent though there were no sellers at that. Level so that's Japan we also. Need to talk about the trade story, this morning the world's top economic leaders have warned that rising trade tensions posts an. Increasing risk to global growth Bloomberg's Patrick less be has the latest from the g twenty, meeting in. Paris all. Leaders of the g twenty meetings sign the communique that? Was an improvement, after President Trump withdrew the US signature from, the g seven, communique in Canada last month despite the consensus in Argentina US and European leaders criticized each other. On trade over the weekend however the g twenty members didn't discuss currency manipulation an issue, Trump raised on Friday and when Patrick Espy Bloomberg daybreak Europe Okay those are your top headlines that get to. Leon guarantee has all the day's global good morning good morning Manus Donald Trump has lashed out on Twitter at, the president of Iran warning, of unspecified consequences have counterpart Hasaan Ruhani continues threatening America and the. Era, Honey warned the US president not to threaten. His nation's oil exports saying America would be sorry if it reimposes sanctions Iran name, is. The Americans say they won't allow Iran to export even a drop of oil you. Think Iran is that week what are you thinking you can't, do such a thing we will stand up to you we are people of resistance the entire Iranian nation will resist Elsewhere, US secretary, of state Mike Pompeo delivered a scathing criticism against Iran calling the religious leaders. Hypocritical holy men his criticism also extended, to the country's political and military leaders are in on the act too judging by their best they see more, concerned with Richards than religion. These hypocritical, holy device all kinds of crooked schemes to become some. Of the wealthiest men on earth while there, are people suffer in Toronto at least one. Person. Was killed when a gunman shot fourteen. People according, to, reports from Associated. Press p, say the gunman is also. Dead they say it's too early to say whether the shooting is terrorism the shooting took place. In Toronto's greektown neighborhood and it's. All change in Spain's? People's Party y'all the members chose. Pablo Casado to succeed prime minister. Mario no real holy as. Leader Charles panty has the details Casado allured by, training one, fifty seven percent of the votes to defeat former, deputy prime, minister Soraya sciences, Santamaria, to win the leadership contest is renewing its leadership of ROY resigned his post. When he lost confidence, vote in parliament two months ago in Madrid Charles Pentti Bloomberg daybreak, Europe global news. Twenty four hours a day on a talk on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in. More than one hundred and twenty countries guarantee, this is, Bloomberg markets, thanks very much indeed leeann now a first for Italy here's the morning sports. Has Georgia eleven Francesco Molinari says it, would be hard to believe he's the open golf champion if his name wasn't already engraved on the claret jug, he became the first Italian. So win, one of the sports Mejia's finishing two shots clear of. The rest of the field at Carnoustie Rory, mcilroy and Justin race had to settle for. Sheriff. Seconds free champion Tiger Woods briefly Wednesday. The top, of, the leaderboard before. Ending up, three strikes adrift Brooklyn's Brooklyn Thomas starts the final week of. The Bronx in. Possession of the leader's yellow jersey he maintained his one minutes thirty nine. Seconds advantage nearest.

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02:38 min | 2 years ago

"charles panty" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Done issues but i would not rule this out but this is probably the least we will hear but yes she has been paying a lot of high price for this immigration policy in order to find a european solution for example also in kinds of aligning with with turkey where she went a long long way also against the national mood in germany so yes she is going to be willing to pay a higher price whether we will find out what she did pay we will probably not thanks a lot birgit yennin in belen now for the latest in global news here's bloomberg's markus karlsson thanks very much mark i an update on the other and leg of the european migration story boats in a full taylor vessels carrying six hundred and twentynine migrants doctrine the spanish porta valencia yesterday the fatal destination overflow tiller have highlighted lingering political tensions over how to control immigration bloomberg's charles panty reports the new spanish prime minister pedro sanchez has agreed to take the migrants often the vessel aquarius with bond from entry i to italy and then multi the voyage of the aquarius has again highlighted the plight of the migrants and asylumseekers making the perilous journey across the mediterranean it is also putting more pressure on european governments to come up with a solution to the migrant crisis emerge charles pentti bloomberg daybreak europe uk prime minister theresa may also faces a crunch week over brexit some lawmakers within her own party are warning privately that they they could move to our top that's if parliament votes this week to give itself the ability to force her back to the negotiating table rather than allowing britain to leave the eu without a deal she's also under pressure over how she plans to fund nhs spending with government claims over socalled brexit dividend being widely discredited in twenty two twenty three twenty four there will be about six hundred million pounds a week in cash more in cash getting into the nhs now of course we've got to find that money that will be through the brexit dividend of the uk prime minister theresa may speaking to the bbc china's prepared to match donald trump below for blow in a trade fight research firm trivia mv says beijing is confident it can enjoy more pain the next set of announcements could be imminent president trump said that he would impose additional gt's if china retaliated his responded to.

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KBNP AM 1410

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"charles panty" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Radio all right now in barcelona protesters have clashed with police after the arrest of former catalonian leader carlos pooch damore he'd been living in exile in brussels since last year's abortive declaration of independence but was arrested in germany and maybe sent back to spain to face trial pushed him on have been traveling around europe to press the case for catalan independence just continuing to push for that for more let's cross over to madrid where our bureau chief charles panty joins us so charles doesn't this make sense i mean isn't pushing for catalan independence against the wishes of the federal government of spain high treason yes good morning i mean hydrogen i mean that doesn't necessarily kind of counting it in those times here kooks demont is facing prosecution on charges of rebellion and that is the reason why he was apprehended in germany yesterday a judge had lifted had re reinstated a european arrest warrant for him and he was captured as he came into germany and he was making his way back to belgium from from from finland way wade been carrying engagement so yes i mean the question that he's he's he's facing a serious serious serious legal consequences legal consequences in terms of how this plays out in spain i was really some of your reporting charles from from the region at talking about how what happens here could depend on whether the various separatist movements managed to all work together or not that's right the separatists a majority in the kaplan pong and the the majority in elections held in december but they haven't been able to put forward a candidate yet viable candidate yet to become president of catalonia replacing pushed him onto his fight back in october after you know after the declaration of independence i mean in that speaks to the internal divisions within the within the independence movement and we we still waiting to see how they're going to find their way forward talking taking they can't find a new candidate then new elections will be held in in two months time the question is i mean the main question is does this help in the government or does this help the independence movement by giving it a little bit more impetus to get get it together and move forward that's a very interesting question and i can only either it's a complex question because you know there's a lot of moving parts here i.

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02:13 min | 3 years ago

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"Sunday the two sides are engaged in productive conversations simultaneously having negotiations with the chinese to see if we can reach an agreement as the president said we want to cut the trade deficit one hundred billion over the next year we want to eliminate force joint ventures force technology and we're having very productive conversations with them that was the treasury secretary steve mnuchin last week the president you recall announced measures against china worth at least fifty billion dollars as punishment for alleged intellectual property theft meanwhile us president donald trump is poised to take his most aggressive actions yet against russia today he's likely to announce the expulsion of thousands of diplomats in response to the nerve agent attack on a former russian spy living in the uk the move is all but certain to provoke retaliation by president vladimir putin's government he comes as trump has tried to maintain at least a semblance of a constructive relationship with russian leader yeah and here's another important story that came out last few hours hooper's agreed to sell it south east asian operations to grab withdraw from yet another fast growing region gravel acquire all of uber's operations in the region of six hundred twenty million people including food delivery service uber eats in return and here's the kicker the us ride hayler will take a twenty seven and a half percent stake in a combined entity the ceo will join the board of singaporebased grab or at those are some of our top stories when it comes to business and finance this morning let's get out to sandra kilhof who has all the latest for us when it comes to global news you can talk to with the arrest of callers push on sandra yes good morning markus protesters angry over germany's detainment of the former catalonian leader have clashed with police in barcelona bloomberg's charles panty reports german priests detained poop dumont as he attempted to return by calling from belgium where he's been living in selfexile for the past five months detention marks mu chapter in his confrontation with spanish late he's detention german judges granted he's transferred to spain to face trial will change the dynamic of the independence campaign by making it impossible for him to personally directed immigrant charles pending bloomberg daybreak europe turkey's president ottawa news meeting e you leaders in bulgaria today to her out is he's able to.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"charles panty" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The end of may those is will decide whether to retain the eighth amendment of the constitution under which the life of a mother and her unborn child are equal his irish minister for health simon harris we have a very important weeks before us during which we the country will debate discuss is hugely important and sensitive issue but this issue is not going away it's time for the people of ireland to have their say on this and i think it is possible to do that in a way which is respectful of the deeplyheld views on all side germany's potential coalition partners are at loggerheads over immigration as they're trying to form a government ahead of a selfimposed deadline on friday bloomberg's putter donahue reports the social democrats have made an expansion of family reunion rights for asylumseekers a condition to join a government while many and chancellor angela merkel's christian democratic led block of refused to budge sure the disagreement not be resolved so far the weekend medical second attempt to form a government could be at risk in berlin patrick donahue bloomberg daybreak europe us house republicans have to release a confidential memo related to the russia investigation if reportedly suggests a political bias against president trump at the fbi and justice department but the republicans also voted to withhold a dissenting democrat memo onto denied the fbi and doj the opportunity to brief members of congress adam schiff is the top democrat on the house intelligence committee today this committee voted to put the president's personal interest perhaps local political interest above the national interest in denying themselves even the ability to hear from the department and the fbi and that is i think a deeply regrettable state of affairs and catalonia's parliament today convenes to enact a new regional president bloomberg's charles pentti reports the separatists candidate callers puzder montages of rest if he returns to spain for brussels which is being his base since he fled the country in october the constitutional court ruled over the weekend that he must be there in person to seek election to the post certain looks like another flashpoint in the catalan conflict which still looks a long way from any kind of resolution madrid charles panty bloomberg daybreak europe global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries and sought to.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"charles panty" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A big number of thousand dollars i think people recognize the value there getting and what about overseas because china has been a big target for apple there's been thought that when you get up to those kind of prices near really going to crowder because it gets a lot cheaper competitors over there do we have a sense of how they're doing for example in china don't have is good of a sense there it's been a boom and bust the iphone six cycle uh three years ago they did exceptionally well in china and on last two years and spend more difficult i suspect that the first phase of the iphone ten is going to do well in charitha but then competition will probably chip away so when you look at this strategy just for the phones and now ask about services but just for the funds do they need lower range strategy in tandem with the iphone ten or you don't are you think it's okay to put a lot of the eggs in the high tide profile basque i think profile baskets work in great form but i think that there's going to be there the broader focus going forward and then what about services and saw another quick pointed out they ever of really wide range of price on their phones to surprisingly is that the cheapest new iphone is four hundred fifty dollars at it goes up to 1150 fifty cheapest iphone four hundred fifty deputies it actually work well it's been a little more controversial lately is that have been clock down on these but it's the iphone se twenty two years old and so they do have a broad line and again about half of the phones are the older phones and a half will be about the door phones that was gene monster cofounder blueprint you're speaking with bloomberg's alec steel and coming up chinese policymakers prepare to amend the country's constitution for the first time since two thousand four but what will any changes mean for the leadership of you can see all the bloomberg vest stories f best go this is bloomberg this is a bloomberg quick take context in background on issues of interest our focuses on catalonia and what can catalan separatists do with the election win with bloomberg's charles panty this situation what comes next shepardson ought to winning the election would be to attempt to form a government that's not going to.

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01:33 min | 3 years ago

"charles panty" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I was a world of national news headlines and on the name of studios wants to these on an extraordinary day in catalonia cory sales of thousands of people attacked a central square in barcelona after the catalan regional parliament voted to declare independence from spain but spanish prime minister mariano rajoy is saying not so fast cory has come out against you you could play would come to play strong statement fired government a hugh cold election porta cemetery 21st did not far away um you he'll need to be dealt with quickly bloomberg madrid bureau chief charles panties says roy had said he could call elections within six months president trump's council of economic advisers is forecasting that a twenty percent corporate tax rate would grow the economy three to five per sent bloomberg serve chapman reports from washington to the proposal to allow companies to write off certain capital investments immediately would also contributive according to the council's chairman kevin has it we were proposing a big demandstimulus than it could very well lead to inflation an overheating economy but this is a supplyside stimulus which will increase product timothy and wages without creating inflationary fears the three percent the lot of it has been driven by business optimism i think because one the president has deregulated economy into because they expect the tax cut this year acid is confident corporate money will return from tax havens abroad for investment at home in washington nerve chapman bloomberg radio.

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