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"cmc markets" Discussed on KCRW
"The Dow Jones industrial average hit a record high yesterday the first one since July on an increase of four tenths of a percent the Dow future this morning is up eighty four points three tenths percent suggesting perhaps a new record today we'll see but Europe's economies been faltering and growth isn't what it used to be in China this morning I asked Michael Hewson chief market analyst on the trading floor at CMC markets in London about the disconnect but I think the stock market is ever really been truly representative of the underlying economy I think is more representative all of central bank policy certainly if you look at the economic conditions here in the here in Europe there are a lot more difficult for example the nail in the US and we've also seen the Chinese central bank eases some one year policy right for the first time since two thousand sixteen so they're making monetary conditions a little bit looser in the in the Asian region as well and obviously when that happens investors generally tend to migrate into stocks and shares simply because is much better opportunity to get a return the Dow is up seventeen percent the year so far S. and P. five hundred up nearly twenty three percent the nasdaq composite up twenty seven percent this year apple ID does phones watches TV streaming and now affordable housing yesterday it made a two and a half billion dollar pledge as it joins with other big tech companies looking for ways to ease the enormous cost of finding a place to live in California one by product of tex success experts are well being welcoming the money and the sentiments but cautioning that it's not going to fix the national problem market places Jack Stewart is been speaking to some of them apple's money joins a billion each from Facebook and alphabets Google's parent company so here's a two men from the council of large public housing authorities says these amounts are a crucial recognition of the importance of housing to both communities and corporations but even more is needed my candid assessment would be a day late and a dollar short in terms of order of magnitude I would say it's an important starting point she says public housing in the U. S. needs an injection of between fifty and seventy billion dollars and is a national shortage of seven million homes for a very low income renters says Andrew are on the from the national low income housing coalition it's great to see companies like apple making investments like this because it's so desperately needed in the end what we need our federal resources he says not every part of the country has rich companies that can make investments in local housing I.
"cmc markets" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The Dow Jones industrial average hit a record high yesterday the first one since July on an increase of four tenths of a percent the Dow future this morning is up eighty four points three tenths percent suggesting perhaps a new record today we'll see but Europe's economies been faltering and growth isn't what it used to be in China this morning I asked Michael Hewson chief market analyst on the trading floor at CMC markets in London about the disconnect but I think the stock market is ever really been truly representative of the underlying economy I think is more representative all of central bank policy certainly if you look at the economic conditions here in the here in Europe there are a lot more difficult for example the nail in the US and we've also seen the Chinese central bank eases some one year policy right for the first time since two thousand sixteen so they're making monetary conditions a little bit looser in the in the Asian region as well and obviously when that happens investors generally tend to migrate into stocks and shares simply because it is much better opportunity to get a return the Dow is up seventeen percent the year so far S. and P. five hundred up nearly twenty three percent the nasdaq composite of twenty seven percent this year apple it does phones watches TV streaming and now affordable housing yesterday it made a two and a half billion dollar pledge as it joins with other big tech companies looking for ways to ease the enormous cost of finding a place to live in California one by product of tex success experts are well being the welcoming the money and the sentiments but cautioning that it's not going to fix the national problem market places Jack Stewart is been speaking to some of them apple's money joins a billion each from Facebook and alphabets Google's parent company so he has a two men from the council of large public housing authorities says these amounts are a crucial recognition of the importance of housing to both communities and corporations but even more is needed my candid assessment would be a day late and a dollar short in terms of order of magnitude I would say it's an important starting point she says public housing in the U. S. needs an injection of between fifty and seventy billion dollars and is a national shortage of seven million homes for very low income renters says Andrew are on the from the national low income housing coalition it's great to see companies like apple making investments like this because it's so desperately needed in the end what we need our federal resources he says not every part of the country has a rich companies that can make investments in local housing I.
Stocks Fluctuate Before Fed; Treasuries Advance
"As to be five hundred a ball swinging from small gains the small losses of banks years led the stocks lower crude oil that is plunging giving back some of Monday's fifteen percent surge this comes after reports that Saudi output will return to normal sooner than expected and Michael Hewson chief market analyst at CMC markets as yes the spike in oil prices that needs to be kept in perspective but we still well below the levels that we were a little table austere win W. T. I was around about seventy five seventy six dollars a barrel of Brent crude was well above eighty dollars a barrel so I think we got quite a way to get out before we start to hit the plane
"cmc markets" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Costs but does nothing to overcome the disputes involving trade for or checkout Bankrate dot com I'm more Cameri this is a blue bird market stocks fluctuated in Tuesday trading as investors tried to follow the twists and turns in the trade war between the US and China Michael Hewson of CMC markets tells Bloomberg it's hard for anyone to figure out just where things stand and stock investors are moving cautiously the economic outlook is likely to remain cloudy and that for me is driving a continue to move into safe havens all of government bonds and making it very very difficult for equity markets to rally Bloomberg reports Revlon will start a formal marketing process after Labor Day sources say the cosmetics maker wants to find a buyer that will help turn the company around without taking it private second quarter results from Tiffany and company will get attention this morning analysts say the high end jeweler same store sales face a tough comparison because they surged seven percent in the prior second quarter William so no more reports after the markets closed today Jeff Ballenger Bloomberg radio let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably most along and skip anybody notice to mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's lawn and complained about having to mow the lawn again good news is it's easy to model home an auto through progressive and save on your car insurance which of course will go right into the lawn progressive.
U.S. Futures Rise to End Volatile Week; Bonds Dip
"European stocks rising along with US futures this morning mostly Asian shares they posted modest gains of tell mulches week of trade on certainly appears over global growth drawing to a close for this of Friday at treasures Perrin most of Thursday's gains what does it all mean let's wrap up the week with Michael Hughes and he's the chief market analyst at CMC markets joining us from London this morning my god thanks for your perspective of this morning did the smart money the bond market get it right or wrong this week with the version I think that's really the big question facing investors right now is the inversion a harbinger of an approaching recession or is it simply because interest rates are so low and you'll curves aside flat or negative the investors are not only looking for yield anyway I can find it and obviously you is he able to much higher than yields here in Europe or there is an element of deflation risk and I think really nice and the jury is still out on that if you look up blogs comments yesterday is quite clear to me the the US federal reserve is going to push back on a fifty basis point right calf in September we might get some more color on that Jackson Hole next week or even from the fed minutes next week but I think between now and then it's going to be a pretty bumpy ride given the geo political backdrop between the US and China and obviously Hong Kong as well okay with the data yesterday also with the employment picture here in the United States the question to you that is a hobby out of recession with data like that we've done I don't think that for me is the the big thing I think what we've best is looking for is more yield ply then IT of a risk of recession ply because you know you look at US thirty yep okay speck above two percent you call the US ten year one point five six percent you compare that to what you get out of here you know there's a there's an almost there is another two percent difference in terms of your pain you if you look at the German bund yield is a minus no point seven lotus quite a difference in Cary so US unfortunately four eight he's suffering from the fact that he's healed to so much higher now you can blame the fate you can blame the economy you can even blame president trump in the fiscal stimulus from every year ago the full the full size the fate essentially I think two of the shoot in terms of its right because I think the fight with a reverse the December one in July was probably the wise thing to do but if you look at the data there's nothing in that thanks for that would suggest that the US consumer is anything other than fairly resilient now that might change with the consumer confidence numbers of the coming out for August because the timing of those numbers all the rebound in July was then followed by president trump announcing those tariffs all the remaining Chinese goods in August now how that affected US consumer sentiment for this month could be a key indicator of how retail sales perform when they released next month but I'm not seeing any evidence that the US economy is insignificant trouble and count out the U. S. consumer at your own risk as opposed to the history is any indication well you have cigna so you can go by alma I'm a great believer in looking back a war history tells me with respect to well I called him Mr but by the same token I also reminded to think of all mark Twain's repeat to say history doesn't repeat itself but sometimes it often rhymes so in other words don't take anything for granted look at the price section and trade what you say also we will if you're talking about the differentials in in yields you know you also look at the the yield from S. and P. five hundred that the year that's also above some of the treasury's at this point it it it it kind of begs the question I suppose or does it what's the alternative to the United States well there isn't one but you also have to take into account the overseas earnings of these S. and P. five hundred companies and while the US consumers ultimately very resilient the S. the S. and P. five hundred does get an awful lot of IT seasonings if you go outside and in China and Europe at some point the US will catch hold of Mike thanks a lot Michael Hewson chief market analyst at CMC
China, Netflix And Fed discussed on Vickie Allen and Levon Putney
"Concerns over corporate earnings and the trade dispute with China wait on the stock market at mid week the key averages some modest declines investors got a big disappointment from Netflix after the bell the streaming video service lost some U. S. subscribers in the latest quarter after raised its prices it's widely expected that the fed will lower interest rates this month there's some debate over the size of the reduction Michael Hewson of CMC markets told Bloomberg an aggressive half percentage point cut would be a bad idea hello to argue that it will be uniformly negative because my take on that will be what is the fed saying the wind now we look to the pyros tighter earlier this month and that
"cmc markets" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
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"cmc markets" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"News time four fifty five the KYW business report now and after yesterday's big sell off on Wall Street futures are down this morning off twenty five points for the s&p five hundred futures. Nasdaq futures down fifty seven Dow futures off two hundred forty one points with the Bloomberg morning market report. Here's Jeff Bellinger, Wall Street is coming off its worst day in months. Analysts blamed the perfect storm of worry for triggering a Wednesday sell off. There were concerns about the impact of hurricane. Michael international trade and rising interest rates Michael Houston of CMC markets told Bloomberg radio, it's unusual. But stocks and bonds have declined simultaneously. What we're expecting is much higher US rights, and that's likely to weigh on the US economy. And I think it's not really surprising. You'll getting a sell off in bonds and a selloff in stocks. A couple of closely followed reports will be released in Washington before the markets opened this morning. Economists surveyed by Bloomberg think the consumer price index rose two tenths of a percent last month, and they are looking for a small uptick in the number of first-time claims for unemployment benefits for last week. The weekly updates on consumer comfort mortgage interest rates. Crude oil supplies and natural gas inventories will be out shortly after the start trading. I'm Jeff Bellinger. Bloomberg business for KYW NewsRadio. Again, futures down this morning. Twenty five points for the SNP fifty eight for the NASDAQ Dow futures down now two hundred thirty seven points news time, four fifty six. There's a reason we invented.
"cmc markets" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Earl delaying the flight for about two hours. Frontier said the passenger noted in her reservation that she was bringing a support animal on board. But did not indicate that it was a squirrel the airline says rodents, including squirrels are not allowed on board. She refused to leave the plane forcing the airline to call police all those on board had to get off the plane so officers could escort the woman back to the terminal. I'm John Stolnis wins. News time three fifty six. Now, Bloomberg money watch on ten ten wins. Wall Street is coming off its worst day in months. Analysts blamed a perfect storm of worry for triggering a Wednesday sell off. There were concerns about the impact of hurricane. Michael international trade and rising interest rates. Michael Houston of CMC markets told Bloomberg radio, it's unusual, but stocks and bonds have declined simultaneously. We're expecting is much higher US rice, and that's likely to weigh on the US economy. And I think it's not really surprising. You'll getting. Selloff in bonds and a selloff in stocks. A couple of closely followed reports will be released in Washington before the markets opened this morning. Economists surveyed by Bloomberg think the consumer price index rose two tenths of a percent last month, and they're looking for a small uptick in the number of first-time claims for unemployment benefits for last week. The weekly updates on consumer comfort mortgage interest rates. Crude oil supplies and natural gas inventories will be out shortly after the start trading. Bloomberg money watch at twenty six and fifty six past every hour. I'm Jeff Bellinger, four ten ten wins wins news time three fifty seven.
"cmc markets" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"We'll get more on all that in five minutes for now at one twenty five. Get the Bloomberg money news here on WCBS Wednesday was the worst session for stocks. Since February investors are worried about the economic impact of hurricane Michael a trade war with China and the possibility interest rate hikes could end the economic recovery. Michael Houston of CMC markets tells Bloomberg a retail giant has likely set the stage for further interest rate increases Amazon as racist minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour, and I expect that to have trickle down effects and other retailers and other employees in the US economy. So I think in reaction to that the fed will definitely raise rates in December. The Labor Department could help set the tone for the day's trade on Wall Street with its reports on retail level inflation and first time claims for unemployment benefits, economists think the consumer price index rose two tenths percent last month. And they're thinking we may hear of a small uptick in new unemployment claims last week with money news at twenty five and fifty five on WCBS. I'm Bloomberg's Lisa. Parental. If you love puzzle games, but our board of crushing candy, the hugely popular mobile game best beans this game is ridiculously but with consistence by that a five star ratings. It's a puzzle game. You can't miss out on salt. Thousands of puzzles collect tons of characters and play weekly events. Best beans updates every month. So you'll never get bored. Crushing candy is so twenty fifteen so click now or visit the apple app store or Google play to download.
Sean Spicer is developing a talk show to have 'respectful' conversation on 'issues of the day'
"Night president trump campaign in west columbia south carolina for republican governor henry mcmaster in baseball the yankees won the mets lost along with the nationals and orioles the as were winners in the world cup saudi arabia in uruguay one spain morocco ended in a draw iran in portugal also ended in a draw finally from daybreak on the bloomberg terminal will former white house press secretary sean spicer getting the talk show game the new york times reports spicer is developing a talk show with working title sean spicer's common ground according to the pitch sheet for the show spicer we're host interesting and thoughtful public figures for a drink in conversation at a local pub baba pilot is expected to be shocked in july and it will be the largest audience ever to witness a talk show period and i know you're going there global news twenty four hours a day on air an addict doc on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries michael barr this is bloomberg thank you michael it is now six forty nine on wall street time to check in what's going on in dc some of the top stories in our nation's capital include secretary of state mike pompeo meeting this morning with his visiting counterparts from norway and guitar and hhs secretary alex as our testifies to the senate finance committee on prescription drug prices also making news this news this morning the trump administration talks down the trade policy threat and helps calm the markets bloomberg news chief washington correspondent kevin cirilli joins us now to recap what we have learned from white house trade advisor peter navarro and will it stand kevin cmc market strategist michael houston who were going to be speaking to in a moment he says what investors really need is clarity on exactly who speaks for the president on this trade issue do we know it's not just investors who were seeking clarity it's also lawmakers including republicans among hill who are urging this administration to more clearly articulate what exactly the end goal is in how they are dealing with their negotiations on trade now as you mentioned just within the past twelve hours we've seen pushback from widespread reports including from bloomberg that china that the us was looking to put investment restrictions against the chinese now treasury secretary steven mnuchin as well as trump senior economic adviser economic adviser peter navarro saying that that's not the case however there has been talked for quite some time i can tell you about how this administration is going to be using sylvia's or the committee on foreign investment in the us to restrict investment from the chinese into us markets and then there's the special counsels russia investigation remember that some fresh news on where robert muller is focusing now.
"cmc markets" Discussed on KCBS All News
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"Two year two point three four percents nymex crude oil up seven tenths percent or forty eight cents at sixty seven fifty five a barrel comex gold up a tenth of a percent of a dollar sixty two thirteen forty three fifty an ounce the euro dollar twenty three thirty three and the yen one zero seven point five nine that's a bloomberg business flash now here's michael barr with more on what's going on around the world good morning michael good morning karen the un security council is scheduled another emergency meeting today at russia's request on the threat to international peace from basel airstrikes on syria by the us and its allies it comes as president trump met with his national security team yesterday to discuss a us response to the apparent chemical weapons attack in syria former fbi director james homey lichens president trump to a mafia boss in his new book komi claims president trump told him at a dinner i need loyalty i expect loyalty a few months later called me was fired by the president in the nhl playoffs the devils lost along with the capitals the bruins one in baseball the yankees lost to the red sox the nationals lost the giants were winners global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg bob michael thanks very much heat is coming up on five twenty on wall street and we're joined now by michael houston chief market analyst at cmc markets michael good morning and welcome have to start out asking you about our top story the morning president donald trump's apparent turnabout on the transpacific partnership word that he's told aides to see about rejoining that trade agreement markets seemed to rejoice but then he tweets that the us would only join tpp the deal were substantially better than the deal offered to president obama likewise chinese tariffs may be a turnabout on that he says maybe they won't come about after all what's the net effect of this kind of uncertainty for the for the markets.
"cmc markets" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
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"cmc markets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Have to work at it those of us who care and those of us who care after helps explain what we think is going on at least start the discussion much deeper level that it's been thus far do you think that our current government is is is doing that are ready to do that i mean china certain is than a focus of of president trump no i don't think we have to be honest i think are cooked we really has not had a coherent comprehensive china policy we have in the past stuck to russia uh maybe even iran but not with stuck to china i think we america gyp it buffalo by china its way over there still thousand miles away or or the thousand miles away different culture columbia and all that is it just it we do luke quite what to do but china china is is is going very fast and frankly i care a lot about the relationship we all do uschina i wanted to work i want figures to mesh not declined zero sum game where it's united states wins try to losers are china winds us loses it should be an approach where or working together by that means we're gonna have to stand up and say no to china uh wars appropriate because i tell you otherwise trend's gonna keep going until they're checked either externally or in tripoli and it's up to us to do something about that us ambassador to china max baucus joining us on on the phone from washington dc you're listening to bloomberg markets i'm carol massar longer cory johnson right here on bloomberg radio this is karen moskow that i'm bob moon hope redo the trading day with michael houston chief market analyst at cmc markets plus abruptly overseas workers who lose who need for the day on wall street's tomorrow morning at five eastern on bloomberg radio this is a bloomberg market minute.
"cmc markets" Discussed on WGTK
"In washington what goes up must come down but on wall street what goes down can also bounce right back up again there's been some of each so far today right now there are losses but they are minimal the dow off by 19 points the nasdaq back down by about twelve the s p 500 is off about a dozen points as well they have been fluctuating wildly so farm in early trading for jittery investors economist hugh johnson with johnson advisers says this would be a good time to hang on and pray for daylight close your eyes hold your breath hang on because they're going to still have some volatility in the next at least a week or too much of that volatility felted markets around the world today after yesterday's big selloff on wall street michael hughes to that cmc markets that set off in the us that we saw on friday carried over into asia has carried on further into us markets on on the monday and resulted in the big big selloff that we saw yesterday evening and then carried over again into asia early this morning now remembers onto wall street would stabilise ease the selling pressure during european trading hours as well the dollar gained against the yen and slipped against the uram congress his rambling again to patch yet another shortterm spending measure to avert a government shutdown on thursday here's wally hindes on capitol hill speaker paul ryan says don't blame republicans democrats continue to hold funding for a government hostage on an unrelated issue democrats are insisting that any longterm plan include protections for young immigrants but ryan ads were not going to bring in.
"cmc markets" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Arm in early trading for jittery investors economist hugh johnson with you johnson advisers says this would be a good time to hang on and pray for daylight close your eyes uh hold your breath hang on uh because they're gonna still have some volatility in the next at least a week or two much of that volatility thousand markets around the world today after yesterday's big selloff on wall street michael houston at cmc markets settle in the us so we saw friday carried i've into asia is carried on into us small case on on the monday and resulted in the big big selloff that we saw yesterday evening and then carried over again into asia sloan it however signs of wall street would stabilise ease the selling pressure during european trading hours as well the dollar gained against the yen in slip against the euro congress his rambling again to passion another shortterm spending measure to avert a government shutdown on thursday here's wally hindes on capitol hill but speaker paul ryan says don't blame republicans democrats continue to hold funding for a government hostage on an unrelated issue democrats are insisting that any longterm plan include protections for young immigrants but ryan ads were not gonna bring immigration legislation through the present doesn't support we're working on something here in the house work and bipartisan negotiations it's going to be a bill that we support that the present support with democrats heading to their annual retreat tomorrow the house will hold on another shortterm spending bill this evening that's capitol hill correspondent wally hindes more from town home dot com you and options trading involves financial risk it is not suitable for all investors for the stockbroker in hiring yourself i'm scott power in are going on the trading floor for 25 years i traded for goldman sachs and.
"cmc markets" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"The patriots fm one on one point five am 1410 t t k detroit to the salem media group on the nasdaq as saom nine o'clock on operates thomas the dow is now about eight and a half percent below its record high of recent days aboard losses more volatility could be in store today dow futures are off sharply global equities markets taken a hit as well cmc markets analyst michael houston says there's a lesson in this for investor a saint what this has done is this reminded investors that ultimately knock histone always go up i think marcus have become complacent about the recent gains that we've seen and equity markets in the declines of the last two or three days are minder sometimes markets can go down and is can become complacent and i think these force shaken investors out of their complacency economists had been talking of a market correction quite term time the clock is ticking for president trump to decide whether to clear a democratic memo for release the president has five days to decide whether to declassify the document it's a rebuttal to our republican memo alleging an anti trump bias and the fbi and justice department resulting in abuses of surveillance powers vicepresident pence on his way to south korea he'll be attending the winter olympics well he meet with any north korean officials there pence says we'll see my message whatever the setting whoever is president will be the same and that is at north korea must once and for all abandon its nuclear weapons program and ballistic missile ambition the vice president will also be spending some time in japan and other country directly threatened by north korea on wall street this hour stock futures are deep in the red now futures down about two hundred sixty eight points off about one percent nasdaq futures 25 points lower and sp futures twenty points in the red more on the stories at town hall dot com mike gallagher here again for one of my all time and i mean all time favorite sponsors relief factor dot com i.
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"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the tel healthcare needs help patient visits costs and paperwork are spiraling but tells advanced technology in analytics are designed to improve efficiency patient outcomes and the healthcare experience at the tell it can be done learn more at patel dot org slash q i am by linked him a business is only as strong as its people at every higher matters don't settle for posting and hoping the right person will apply instead choose linked in go to linked in dot com slash morning and get a fifty dollars credit toward your first job post that's linked in dot com slash morning for your fifty dollars credit today terms and conditions apply what happened is stocks in the us timezones on friday is contributing to down days in asia and now europe i'm david brancaccio in new york japan's nikkei index fell two point two percent today but it's also true that index tends toward the volatile the hang seng in hong kong fell one point one percent the footsie in london down one point two percent now germany and france down as well this after the sp 500 on friday fell more than two percent in the dow lost six hundred sixty five points two and a half percent it was the weakest day for stocks of the trump presidency who just got off the line with michael husin chief market analyst at cmc markets in the uk in expectation will dole believer in chris fennell no not put cycle um we feigned economic data out of japan china and europe today coming much better than expected prompting a reassessment all the con easy monetary policy of central bank putting upward pressure on light.
"cmc markets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The an yeah e e train to was uh a higher longterm interest rates continues there might be a little bit concerned about capital flight of stairs will probably the faith ruled at least to begin with our inaugural year of japan rather than am all right explain that we're going to have to leave it there that's rick spain achieved market analyst at cmc markets here in sydney thanks very much for your time this morning still more to come here on bloomberg daybreak asia remind other things we'll be talking commodities this is bloomberg this is a bloomberg market minute this year's oscar nominee show a change in hollywood the entertainment industry wants to better reflect society get out is up for best picture lambing quite fatima become animals weekend the director of the film jordan peel is only the fifth african american to be nominated for best director creative side of the it made up of all the people and i think that's being represented well in this year's oscar nominees calm scores paul daguerre abedian notes the academy has been expanding its membership to include more women and minorities there's been a lot of criticism over the past few years about a lack of diversification in the lineup and this year i think were being tried moving forward in that direction peels get out generated two hundred fifty five million dollars worldwide off a production budget a four and a half million dollars showing the appeal of minority led films may still be underestimated in hollywood a lease a parental bloomberg radio.
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"Of 2017 going back and forth with saudi arabia and the top spot for the top supplier of crude to china so with the syrup of this pipeline and what it really means is that russia is tightening its grip on of the market share for china china will now be able to import about six hundred thousand barrels a day of of russian as spoke crude that's double of what it was in taking before the start of of this pipeline and really well why is this is so important well china is the biggest buyer of oil globally imports a lot of oil so if it's taking more from russia well it's clearly taking less from someone else absolutely are now if we look at the markets day christine new we're seeing sort of the gains in december extending into today's session with with the who for instance creeping closer to the sixty one dollar a barrel markelle what now that was suppose that is the question looking forward yeah things have been pretty steady just if you just look to the combined net long positions of brand wti we saw both of those at record levels in the month of december so really we're seeing this unprecedented optimism fromfrom money managers and headphones in the oil market i would really what kicked off this the latest round of optimism was will we saw opec at the end of november meet in vienna and say hey we are going to extend those cuts to the end of 2018 and we are serious about balancing the markets of since then we've seen us stockpiles come down for for five consecutive weeks in a row that the lowest since 2015 that's obviously triggering some optimism in the market and we've also got u s drillers that are holding back on really adding rigs we've seen them pause for two weeks now and some collins out there today cmc markets has said that there seems to be developing consensus out there that us shale production the increase in that production just may not be as significant as people expected in in 2018 and so that may just be feeding into this optimism that opec is is really doing its job with those opec cuts and invest in the market and is winning over over us shale but now we're going.
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