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W.H.O. Says North Korea Is Accepting Medical Supplies
"The World Health Organization has started shipping covert nineteen medical supplies into North Korea a possible sign that the north is easing on one of the world's strictest pandemic border closures to receive outside help W. H. O. said in a weekly monitoring report that he has started the shipment of essential covert nineteen medical supplies through the Chinese port of Dalian for strategic stockpiling and further dispatch to north Korea Edvin Salvador WHO's representative to North Korea said in an email to the Associated Press that some items including emergency health kits and medicine have reached the North Korean port of non pull off the north Korean authorities allowed the W. H. O. and other U. N. agencies to send supplies that had been stuck in Downey on I'm
"dalian" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Now unless you're looking at Shanghai and Shenzhen, Brian Yeah. The MSC Asia Pacific Index. Paul is trading a little bit higher this morning. At the moment we are up about 3/10 of 1%. The Nikkei is just barely in positive territory. The asx 200 in Australia pretty solidly so up 4/10 of 1%. Cosby is also trading up about 3/10 of a percent and we have gains in Hong Kong and Jianxing index portents of her sentence. Some tech stocks faring even better, perhaps Ah, a little bit of Ah, Influence here on whether not more stocks will be coming to Hong Kong as a result of delisting in the United States. In any case, a 10 Cent has rebounded. 1.3% and Ali Baba was traded a bit lower in the U. S session off 1% is trading higher here in the Hong Kong market. Up about 4/10 of 1%. We have firm bond yields A Theresa, We look at the yield on the 10 year got up to 93 basis points. And right now we've also got Dalian at one of 4 51, So I've had some fairly broad weakness in the U. S. Dollar. At the euro's stronger right now at a dollar 21 13 and the Ozzy up over 74 US sense Morgan Stanley upgrading reach here in Hong Kong, a couple link read and Worf real estate investment company, both stocks. Off about 3%. There's obviously a fair degree of optimism over the US stimulus and also on the vaccines. But investors also little bit cautious due to the rapid gains of late and the current valuations. Paul to you. Well, there's maybe some more optimism around stimulus legislation in the U. S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate democratically to Chuck Schumer, now supporting a $908 billion bipartisan stimulus proposal. I said it could be the foundation for a new round of negotiations with congressional Republicans and the White House. Now this Max, the first public retreat from their backing of a much larger 2.4 trillion relief package, the move Annapolis pressure on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and GOP to act Meanwhile, McConnell on the Senate floor today, said he's been circulating his own plan to fellow Republicans. But at the risk of repeating something we all know Mr President making law will require not just the Senate's approval. But also the signature of the president of the United States. So after several conversations with Secretary of the Treasury and the White House chief of staff I put forward yesterday another proposal. Reflecting what the president Is ready to sign into law. I was told this is largely a revision of an earlier $500 billion plan that have been rejected by Democrats as an adequate. Even so, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer said House and Senate leaders are striving for a deal on pandemic relief by the weekend and that it would be voted on by the middle of next week, right. Paul, the U. K has approved Fizer and buy on Tex Vaccine candidate for emergency use. It means that the UK will get first dibs on a shot developed into other countries, the United States and Germany. The UK government cited a rule allowing it to authorize a shot independently before the end of the Brexit transition period, which is December 31st and accelerated review process in which regulators were able to monitor some of the trial data from Fizer in real time, well that also helped by on Tex Chief Commercial Officer Sean Merritt says that doses the vaccine will be provided in a timely manner. Going into next year, including the 50 million From this year. We anticipate 1.3 billion in total. I don't think we've disclosed for we're going to be providing in the first half. But what I can say is, of course, we're ramping up production extremely quickly s so that we can get the vaccine to everyone as quickly as possible. And there are plans in the United States to distribute the vaccine that coming from the states, according to the general leading the federal government's role out effort. The US planning to ship 6.4 million doses after getting clearance from the FDA. We're told that that could come in the middle of this month. The U. S. House approved legislation that could potentially kick Chinese companies off U. S exchanges, and that is unless they comply with requirements. Now this could affect behemoths like Alibaba, and by do Chinese companies will need to allow US regulators to review their financial orders that's already practiced by all U. S. And most foreign companies. But Chinese companies don't do that. Additionally, the new bill requires firms to disclose whether that under government control legislation easily cleared the Senate of May and one bipartisan support in the House Senate's now on its way to President Trump, who is expected to sign it. Right? All right. The time. Five minutes past the hour. Let's get you a news update and Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison is saying that.
U.S. stock futures stronger after a down day for the Dow and S&P 500
"Very much. It looks like kind of uneventful start to the trading day here. Nikkei Futures are flat at the moment. We have a little balance underway in S and P Minnie's trading, up about 2/10 of 1%. China futures down about 7/10 of a percent modestly higher for Australian futures HangSeng Index futures after a Pretty solid day yesterday, down about 2/10 of 1% on Wall Street. We had a flip. We had a day where it looked like cyclicals and value really came to the fore. The NASDAQ was trading lower. The Dow at one point up 360 points. About two o'clock We started trending lower. In the end, the Dow finished down about 104 points, off 4/10 of 1%. Yes and P 500 finishing up a 33 33. Down 8/10 of a percent. The NASDAQ with a big loss of 1.7%. Money did flow out of the big technology names and we had Apple alphabet Facebook all trading lower. Some traders side comments from the Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell, saying that stimulus talks We're at a stalemate. But there was also some thinking that the S and P 500 was just running out of gas getting up to all time highs, and it slipped back from that The dollar is weaker. Now it's trading down about 1/10 of 1%. Dalian, 106 49 She's got a weaker yen there to yield on the 10 year had quite a pop up to like 66 basis points. Now at 64 crude $41.64 a little bit uneventful, But the day is
"dalian" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And so they're trying to get approval from the U. S government. Also, we have a deal here this morning. Bloomberg reporting that analog devices is said to be in discussions to buy Maxim integrated products. That would be a $17 billion deal and Beijing is selling shares to raise about $2 billion. The offering is expected to close the day after tomorrow on July 15th. So here's some of the numbers. The Nikkei up 1/2 percent TSX, up 1.3% Cost be off 1% Dollar right now is a little weaker. Dalian, one of 6 88 And the yield on the 10 year Treasury dipping 62 bases points. All right, That's a look at markets 12 minutes before the top of the hour here. Setbacks go ahead. Alright, Brian. Thank you. Hong Kong. Opposition leaders say almost 600,000 people have voted In the weekend primaries. Meanwhile, the region reported 38 new covert 19 cases yesterday, feeding some fears of a resurgent some government. Distancing measures have been tightened schools have been re close starting in early summer break. Virus in the U. S. Florida now on fear of I C U Bed shortage reported cases hit new record 6% much above the seven day average. Florida broke the daily record for all U. S. States with more than 15,000 new cases. California reports Over 8400 new cases 2.7 increase but below the seven day average arise in cases Texas. 3.3% increase below the seven day average after President Donald Trump or a mascot Walter Reed Hospital yesterday today, members of the task force have said that the best line of defense against Corona virus at this point Is wearing facemasks and physical distancing still discussion of the administration's inner circle about school openings. But Trump's education secretary, Betsy DeVos, says schools need to re open. She did not focus on safety. In her remarks today, North Korea's announced the UK will pay for the sanctions they have put in place. At least 17 sailors have been hurt an explosion and fire on a US Navy ship in San Diego. The crew Is off and has been accounted for in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter, This is Bloomberg. Alright, Julia. Thank you so much adolescent Get to market more now managing editor of Bloomberg's Em Live team on the line from Singapore, discussing the latest on the Asian markets a pretty good start to the trading week. Mark. We've got oil above $40 We're looking at Earnings coming through from U. S banks is well gonna ask your own question of the day back to which earnings here a cave of broad markets as we look into this new trading, wake Well, I think that this week will obviously be dominated by the banks. The financial sector tends to kick off the earning season. And I think that this gives us a reason and perhaps start with a little bit of positivity, and that's because expectations are so low that it there's a very low hurdle for a positive surprise when you combine that with the fact that volatile financial markets can lead to better trading returns, and that is the most respectable sector by analysts, So I think there's a chance we've got some trading profits there. Slightly beat some of the negative forecasts and banks and that means we might get off a good start for what's most important overall from the earnings season. I think it's whether we get more guidance justice. This earning season is dominated. The fact that so few companies are providing guidance is a complete lack of on a certain date there many historic uncertainty values that were historic way too much the moment I think it's whether companies start providing Mohr guidance for the court is coming forward on whether we start returning to a more normal equity market where we can look at the guidance. Look at whether we see we expect earnings to beat or missed those that kind of guidance on then tradeoff that instead of just trading a little bit of pot luck of stimulus vs Virus We've also got China. GDP in focus is being a bit of rhetoric once again from the U. S side about, you know, pushing back the likelihood of any kind of face to deal, which is probably not something that markets are paying too much attention to, But in terms of the GDP report, what are we expecting there? And how's that going to impact assets? So, as you say, I don't think people really expecting much from face anyways. That's a slight dampener. And that kind of implies that might be more attention but won't be the big driver. I think that are for the GDP data. It's actually more the high frequency did that comes at the same time on Thursday, it will be more important. I think that overall, the GDP data is Mohr backward, looking at always case for every country. It does have a little bit more relevant than normal This time, though, because it's publican emphasized that China will be Probably the only country major economy in the world that might actually Ikea growth this year. You know, in a massive global recession, it does look like China might manage growth somewhere between one and 2%. Overall, this county and I will be quite an impressive performance that they've kind of acted quickly to control the virus, and that might see that their assets continue to perform in the next couple of months or in next couple of years. They're the economy has coped with this unusual crisis in such an extraordinary positive way. Mark. You were not russet on Friday night on the election shift, but I know you were watching it very closely here in Singapore. This as being you know a little bit, I guess of a slap in the face to the ruling party. In a sense, But what does the election result? Main, Facing a pause assets, you know, stocks in and also what we could see in terms of the dollar and how the government is going to try and propel the economy When we Coming out ofthe thie circuit breaker period. I think probably what was most interesting was the quite Danby speech from the prime minister in the wake of the results. It's pretty rare that you see a country when government win 83 93 seats. I'm still saying negative, and I think that reflects the fact that they're going to really be focused on growth going forward. That should be good for the stock market on probably might be good for the Singapore dollars Well, so I think that Ironically, this kind of admonishment of the government that they really need to focus on the economy they need to focus on generating jobs they focused on more stimulus will ultimately be a positive for the nation's assets. Mark, as always, Thank you cut more managing editor of Bloomberg's and live team, and you can raid all their analysis. If you're a terminal subscribed by going to ML. I've go on the terminal. Let's get now to Rose. Krasny Bloomberg Washington, deputy managing editor to discuss the US warning at citizens in China, that they risk arbitrary arrest. The State Department warning US citizens living, you know, traveling to China. They could be facing this arbitrary arrests. And Roz, I guess this is the latest sign of deteriorating relations here. Yes, Julia did absolutely is the main trade tension that tremendous amount of tension over the Corona virus And, of course, President Trump has a bill on his desk to sign, presumably in the next few days. Punishing various Chinese officials over Hong Kong..
"dalian" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"It may be that investors will take pause at some point here but not looks like at least not in the early going today Dalian one oh eight seventy so that's the end weaker against the dollar not that the dollar was strong it's actually a little weaker the euro is strong the dollar eleven seventy the Aussie pushing sixty nine US cents now WTI crude thirty seven seventeen of peril that's a check of markets another fifteen minutes we'll do it again let's get it back to San Francisco news all right thank you Brian curfews going affected major U. S. cities through the evening it's ineffective Washington DC where there been some good sized demonstrations Lincoln Memorial is pretty much disperse now at Lafayette the park just across from the White House nobody's leaving it is quite large in New York the curfew goes into effect in about forty five minutes actually forty one minutes and they're been protesters out for several hours there in Los Angeles there are several groups out and the as the evening goes on that more cities have curfews and there are more protests governor Cuomo meanwhile New York is a critical of the New York police department for not stopping looting in the city so we'll have to see how that goes tonight Bloomberg news is reporting that Attorney General William Barr is an architect of sending the U. S. military into the streets as a trump so called plan president Donald Trump is under harsh criticism from a number of quarters for his callousness and having peaceful protests dispersed with tear gas and flash bombs so we could walk across the street for a church photo op new Jersey's Attorney General is saying the state panel will recommend licensing police officers in the state and New York Attorney General a teacher James is just said the White House needs to stop the act of racial bias of baiting she says it is the worst since the civil war in San Francisco I'm at Baxter this is Bloomberg Paul all right thanks very much indeed I guess this half hour is that David could learn management's managers found that NC are at mine state capital into Davis one of back up on the point you were making where we left off that you say obviously is not your job to questions of faith and what it does is you just need to trade around it as best you can but I do wonder do you think about how all of the sands this low rates Q. we forever and and what is your plan for trading around what might be a potentially ugly denominator one day David to not with us so we're going to re establish that line momentarily with that David could law from mainstay capital that's a very important question of all in terms of at the point at which the fed begins to reduce some of the accommodation that we've had although I think many in the market place or saying that not for the foreseeable future there's such a big question mark over how the American Rick a condom is going to recover not only because of the cone covered nineteen pandemic but now that we're dealing with the social unrest pretty much across the United States I mean that has put a bit of a question mark over the recovery as well yes it has and there is so much going on and this is a question about asking a week isn't this the US China tensions there are those are terrible riots that you're seeing there in the United States at the moment and credibly the coronavirus is taking a backseat to all of the search three huge macro factors there and yet markets continue to rally so knows David could look was saying you do have to put a lot of the credit for this at the feet of the fed but I remember every time they tried to walk back some of this easy money monetary policy policy dog cat the markets tend to have a tantrum so the white Ford yeah we've seen it time and again and look what's happening in Europe to we've had a number of people on the gas to on this program saying that maybe on a relative basis the opportunities are in European equities we're getting indications are that German chancellor on the Americal is now working on a second aid package for her country also a collective move on the part of companies or other countries in the E. U. I'm told we have David Cutler back from our from Detroit David it is management founder and CEO of mainstay capital David W. Paul was wondering about to the point at which the fed is forced to kind of dialed back some of the accommodation do you think that's something that we'll see at least let's say for five years from now I think that okay so it is our belief that or Japan now that were were on the zero bound and more here we will have a very difficult time S. leading the rebound we tried you know we tried quantitative fighting for two years from summer of twenty seventeen to the summer of twenty nineteen we got one entry too far and stress in the system and repo operations were started in mid September of last year I think that it is going to be very difficult for the fed to raise rates they may be forced to with inflationary pressures and that will be very problematic for the economy but I think it be very difficult it will be years before they raise rates or quantitatively tighten again and I know that you say you know this is obviously an environment in which it is good to on gold but so what do you see the top being for gold when you get out of that very quickly David yeah right right there's there's no telling I mean it it with if you look at the central bank policies around the world this is just a a very very good environment for gold and the opportunity cost is very low with rates near zero or negative so goal just continues to be a good environment for the secular argument and when the rear the fear trade resurrects a tad it becomes a safe haven investment as well yeah right now we're training about the seventeen twenty seven in the spot price David thank you for joining us sorry about the technical issues here David could lower management founder the CEO at the Maine state capital joining us here from Detroit on Bloomberg daybreak.
"dalian" Discussed on Blue Roads
"I wasn't here to teach them all the great things they needed to do. But rather I was coming in as a facilitator to help them to share their expertise with each other and occasionally I might have something to add to the conversation content wise but it was more about creating processes them to learn from each other. And that's been a model that that I think he had has been very successful on that Where we're value has been created that I look now at at The far southwestern region of our state it is the poorest region in the state highest poverty level. Lowest teacher pay. They're they're losing Enrollments in their schools which means their funding is going down on the challenges that they're facing and several years ago as opposed to working on all those problems individually s school divisions they all came together and said how can we pool our knowledge our skill our experiences and be bitter as a region on no state assessments aren't in Dalian be all of the measurement of a good school but it is one measurement marinas a measurement by which we judge schools today and that region of the state went from being the poorest performing region in the state to being the highest performing region. Day It was because of the pooling. Bet Knowledge and expertise not going to outside experts not looking for the outside program creating structures in which they get engaged with each other and learn from each other and grow with each other and they've just been incredibly successful as a result. The last thing that I'll share I have recently started teaching this this doctoral class. He's an amazing group of school leaders. Who Want to continue to learn and to grow and they know that they have to be the ones to create very new different schools. We acknowledge that our schools today aren't even appropriately preparing our students of today four today. It's less are we preparing them for for the next decade or twenty from now and they recognize. They've got beat wants to do that. I was a little intimidated at the thought of teaching this group because they are they are so smart and they have such great experience and they've done so many things I was really affiliates anxiety is. I was preparing to teach this first class them. They're they're all smarter than I am on so but I went back to. It is that is not so much about content. It's about facilitating experiences. Where they are able to learn it is about demonstrating Acura bottom and I WANNA help learn. And to the extent possible empowering them with some tools where where they can bathed change makers and their school divisions patients in short. I just simply needed to be their teacher who?.
Containing the Coronavirus: What's the Risk to the Global Economy?
"Talking about said the risks to the global economy from the spreading coronavirus middle you're saying are you expect the likes of the tourism and services sector to be under quite significant pressure what does it mean I follow a lot of these emerging market currencies as well because that's likely to hurt a lot of their economies to if we do see some more depressed weakness for these currencies yep that's a good question I think the impact conservation currencies in the authority of the fact that there are signs of some of the pressure of the summation of Moffat's acts may be elite gauging flowing short term but I think you know the reality is that this has left all of buying on Monson dollar strength has been ignoring connected across the emerging market FX spectrum hi you wouldn't like me to currencies the on the pressure but you know as you mentioned the the the currencies of the you know more prone to supply chain pressures need lookalikes of cream on for instance huh Hey pretty hard and then you look at the boys and then you look at things like single Thailand sorry type offerings and continue out there to the overall trade implications and he just he just pulled myself on EM at a time when risk aversion is being elevated to the only copy out here is that we've already seen a lot of pain it's a question now with the U. S. starting to being Gulf more more in terms of market pressures as to whether the dollar can continue to strengthen as much as a hospital yeah the Bloomberg dollar spot index is flat this morning we saw a lot of strength in the yen but it's backed off the strongest levels Dalian for instance was one oh seven oh four this morning when I first looked at it one of seven seventy two now can you watch markets to get some wisdom more do you think that there's it's just too dissonant yeah I think I just having it is it patriotism at the moment I think the markets are in a bit of a panic mode I think we're seeing extreme moves on equities on bones on on commodities as well under nonsense okay is that there is some clues as to how much it could impact the economy but I suspect we're already in to exaggerated moves in terms of most of the markets at the moment currently we're not going to see more pain but I think the C. isn't a novel overtaking the reality in terms of what this is going to mean for the economic outlook there's no doubt that we couldn't see it more likely declining growth in Q. one I'm probably on the other hand you know does not smoke that global growth could end up in the recession this year closer to an office and handle on the global economy but you know we probably will see some recovery at least in Q. two the question is is the shape of a little device early was a hockey stick type of coverage and in your view what is it clothing at this stage it doesn't look very sharp nearly the most it could be a you or as you said the allocation type recovery I think the impact is going to be more of a longer more pronounced in the had been initially expected I want to tell us how how how you get run I just gonna say how did you gauge the economy before the coronavirus it improving or sideways yeah actually we were seeing encouraging signs of improvement and you know there were tentative signs generally that the global economy whistles on the phone according to this year we could not get a lot of the forward looking indicators or anything of the PMI I'm not was starting to be exhibited not data unfortunately not enough well paid things look obviously not much worse than they did the problem was that it was a frightening recovery from a very weak footing last year and clearly you know the global economy really wasn't in the position to take this sort of shock that exceed non about supply I guess the risks are more intense than it would have been otherwise just very very quickly about gold that drop we saw last week was that people more sort of maybe selling out to cover margin positions because gold does seem to be still some way you'd want to put your money at the moment yeah I think that's exactly right at me we will be hearing a lot of margin Coles is a lot of everything taking place in the main office philosophy generally work was something that I think I agree having colder still a safe place and I think this liquidation probably won't apply to gold as much as it does to a process Patel always great to have you inside thanks so much for being with us until the Duchess EMI G. market strategist TD securities
"dalian" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"S. in yen strength if Dalian you know saying where to begin to trade in the ninety five one hundred range that could really put a damper on our to the outlook for the Japanese economy for Japanese corporate profits in particular so give us an outlook for the Japanese economy twenty twenty because we also have the Tokyo Olympics coming up and that huge stimulus package from prime minister Ave how are things looking for the Japanese right now I I think you know Japan is going to go for gold because you've got both a public demand with the fiscal package and private Dimond with business investment and consumer spending actually on very very solid footing so I think that the consensus estimates for growth are way too low this is a Japanese economy that in twenty twenty could easily Grohl by as much as one and a half to two percent here more interviews like this one on Bloomberg television streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings from the financial capital of the world twenty four hours a day dot com on the Bloomberg business at this is Bloomberg radio live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studios this is Bloomberg daybreak for Friday January third twenty twenty coming up this hour global stocks tumble after US airstrike kills a runs top general right I'm not sure Donald Trump understands the implications of what he has for me oil prices surge as tensions climb in the Middle East the market is not for this is that US usually small gold climbs in the yen strengthens the top democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden comments on the air strike in a run I'm Michael Moore and I'm downstairs Aaron towards a fourth straight loss to the nets they fell in Dallas the Rangers lost in Calgary at the Coliseum the devils top the island that's all straight ahead on.
Global shares take a hit on U.S. manufacturing shock
"And yes the markets did take a little bit of a hit because we had been down about eight or nine tenths of a percent now down one point one percent a drop of twenty three points and the Korean won his trading here now at twelve oh three so it's off about a third of one percent Asian stocks are pretty much following US equities lower the Dow Jones industrial average is down three hundred and forty three points it was a week American manufacturing report which you guys just highlighted but there was this JP Morgan global manufacturing PMI that rose for a second month in September but it's still below fifty so it wasn't strong enough to offset the shocking I assume number around the markets the hunting index is trading down eight tenths of one percent so that's two hundred and five odd points or so we don't have any trading in China today because of the longer term a Chinese holiday which runs for five working days some news though road king infrastructure which is a a company that's listed here in Hong Kong has agreed to by forty percent equity into Indonesian companies which operate toll roads and city has a report out saying that Chinese developer shares could rebound due to catalysts that includes strong sales the falling rate outlook and also valuation sales of thirty four listed developers that city tracked in September rose twenty nine percent on year beating city estimates of just ten to fifteen percent of percent Dalian have now one oh seven seventy so again you know this is a risk off day but not by a crazy amount in fact most of the markets are trading down less than what we saw on Wall Street the exception would be that we do have a a strong downdraft in Australia the SX two hundred down one point four percent that's check of markets do
Markets move higher as Trump and China signal room for 'calm' in trade talks
"For a look at how things are shaping up for the Asian trading day here's Bloomberg's Brian Curtis one thanks very much let's get some of these opening numbers here China futures just trading in Singapore now the footage on a fifty contract up fifteen points that's about a tenth of one percent the Taiwan market has just opened and the tie axes up two tenths of a percent and the straits times index in Singapore also of two tenths of one percent meantime the head of one of the world's largest sovereign wealth funds is warning that markets are becoming increasingly dire Lin Chao chaos who's the chief executive officer of Singapore's GI C. has sounded the alarm about the state of the economy the world economy he's decrying populism trade protectionism and decline in the ability of governments to markets to deliver broad based prosperity I got you scared well if you look at the markets today at least in the Asia Pacific mostly green numbers here the Nikkei is up four tenths of a percent there's a little bit of optimism over US China talk even though we've got some buffeting comments of the SX two hundred up eight tenths of one percent and over in Seoul the cost be is trading up about a tenth of one percent Dalian one oh seven ninety four so that's a little bit of a stronger yen there and we got the yield on the ten year treasury down to one point seven seven percent whereas two years at one
Reaction To The Fed cut In The markets
"Tenths of a percent in the US it was interesting because we initially sold equities drop in reaction to the fed decision and Jay Powell dropping as much as one percent but then they recoup those losses to close a flat off to Powell talks about the possibility of aggressive easing futures a little bit on the downside now though SNP five hundred down three tenths of percent nasdaq futures down five tenths of a percent Dow futures down three tenths of a percent is really interesting actually how muted the market reaction was to Powell yesterday in that ten year treasury yield goes no where right now just below a one eighty handled the two year yield flat as well now one seventy six we did see some curve flattening in reaction yesterday I'm breakeven schooling which may be shows a little bit of a perception of the fat is is not doing enough but overall it was a bit of a muted reaction he was actually move higher in Europe the ten you bundled up almost two basis points negative forty nine ten your guilt yield up two basis points of course you have the B. O. J. a decision as well standing passing her he co Kuroda speaking in a news conference but again not she stays stronger a which is not surprising because he hasn't come over as a movie dovish in his comment tree any particular when he said the B. O. J. won't allow yields to full for a prolonged period Dalian is down four tenths of percent one await of six world not one away to handle now Donna strengthens yesterday in a reaction to the said and in terms of. the Bloomberg dollar index is trading now we all flock project turned into we got
Russia, Europe And Telecoms discussed on Financial Issues
"We've gotten to the end of the week Russia thirty minutes since the equity market open off to a wild week the stock six hundred is up six tenths of a percent off the two days of declines looking at industry groups what you're seeing is one of them actually in the green utilities tech and telecoms and healthcare leading the gains that's interesting that defensive sectors I seem to be out performing some of them at least on Europe's equity benchmark I we've had a notification from the and I see that as a delay it to the opening of foot see one hundred and two fifty seems to be due to some technical issues so we don't have forty one hundred trading at the moment CAC forty up seven tenths of percent know the tax also in the green up eight tenths of a cent on the ibex on foot see may also trading higher worlds of seeing a some green on the screen it with the U. S. futures S. and P. five hundred even ease up seven tenths of a cent nasdaq futures high by almost nine tenths of percent in Dow futures up six tenths of percent wild swings as what we saw on the S. and P. five hundred yesterday but we did manage to eek out a gain of a quarter of a percentage point in the end off to plunging three percent the day before of course that came off that historic in version of the two's tends yields because for the first time since two thousand and seven if we look at the two stands right now we're at three basis points were back in positive territory the question becomes do we we invite and if we do do we stay there for how long it is it really the re steepening off to that that you truly need to fear the ten year drop below one point five percent for the first time since twenty sixteen yesterday we back up three basis points I'm on a one fifty six handle but we have talked about twenty basis points will not ten year yield this week and the thirty eight year old has dropped below two percent for the first time since twenty sixteen were up four basis points now on a two a one handle we've seen to the ten year JGB yields hit negative twenty five in this session we close at negative twenty three though ten year bund yield at negative seventy but we are seeing some back up in yields across Europe generally in terms of other safe havens bank America has said that we've seen a huge inflow to safe havens vertically this week Dalian flat now though one of six sport twenty and will bear out she heading for a weekly game demi Saiyan brands both of more than one percent step which I fifty five spot nineteen printed fifty eight to spot ninety
Juliet, Japan And South Korea discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
"Good morning from Singapore I'm Juliet's Ali it's just gone a say and then we are seeing markets open in Japan and South Korea and a straight A. F. let's get all the latest action with bronchitis in Hong Kong Brian yes the Nikkei opening Juliet down six tenths of one percent the SX two hundred little bit lower as well the cost be down about two tenths of one percent these losses that are similar in in size to what we saw on Wall Street overnight we had the Dow industrials down four tenths of a percent S. and P. five hundred down six tenths of a percent to investors digesting the record highs of last week and also mixed corporate earnings and then you also have the US China trade dispute that is weighing in and again global growth and some of that reflected Japanese exports falling for a seventh straight month in June the value of shipments abroad dropping six point seven percent from a year earlier economists surveyed by Bloomberg had estimated of five point four percent drop so worse than expected not quite as bad as what we saw in Singapore yesterday but again troubling investors monetary policy decisions coming in South Korea and Indonesia today that's that's a very big part of this Thursday and perhaps even bigger in one sense Taiwan semiconductor will be reporting earnings TSMC is a stock that really feeds into so much of the technology sector really right around the globe right now the yield on the ten year at two point zero five percent who picked up one basis point WTI crude fifty six fifty four and looking at the the dollar right now the Dalian one oh seven ninety three dollars flat slightly weaker this morning Juliet
"dalian" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Before the top of the hour. We update markets every fifteen minutes, I'm Brian Curtis live in the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio right here in Hong Kong. So US stocks pushed forward, extending global rally that after President Trump suspended his plan for tariffs on, on Mexico. But the president also warned the tariffs on China would go up if Xi Jinping doesn't need him at the g twenty summit that took a little shine off of the optimism that the Mexico deal might imply a China opening. And so here's some of the markers that suggests that maybe we might see a little risk off today. The yen's getting a little stronger. Gold is higher. So gold is up about a quarter almost three tenths of one percent, yen, a strengthened against the dollar Dalian now one eight thirty seven a huge move. We've seen SNP minis come off a little bit under a tenth of one percents. Nikkei futures are down about a tenth of one percent. So that's, that's the. Suggestion that maybe the rally comes to a stop here in Asia today. However, hang index futures are higher and China futures higher cash market in New Zealand up about three quarters of one percent. And we do have Australian teaches about a third of one percent. So a little bit of a battle today, bulls and bears, the standoff WTI crude fifty three thirty two so up tenth of one percent, mentioned golden thirteen thirty two now so three dollars and sixty cents yield on the ten year two point one four percent. That's a check of markets. Let's get a news update from the top stories making headlines with at Baxter head. All right, Bryan. Thank you, Hong Kong pro democracy, demonstrators vowing to surround the city's legislative council tomorrow when the bait begins on the new extradition legislation chief.
"dalian" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"They fail to say. In that same report is the myth said. Was actually related to talent intelligence services. So you can't if you're molar you don't get to just report part of what you want in the store you have to put the entire piece before the American people. He didn't do that. So we're calling him out. This is not how investigations are supposed to be run. When you look into Mifsud closer, professor of closer, you realize that he is connected with all kinds of intelligence agencies, including our own FBI. And in that letter, Sean you'll see there's pictures with FBI agents at the link campus where professor Missa teaches that. So we asked the question all get to the L summit up like this. We wanna know every document that these agencies have related to because if he is in fact, a Russian agent this would be one of the biggest intelligence scandals for not only the United States, but also our allies like the. Dalian's and the Brits and others because of Russian agent, he would know all kinds of our intelligence agents throughout the globe. So we ask those questions we want those documents. We're giving them a week. You believe that the F B I had all of these sources out to entrap people from the Trump campaign. So that they could claim that there was a conspiracy that Donald Trump was colluding with the Russians. But in fact, they put all of these sources.
"dalian" Discussed on KTRH
"They failed to say. In that same report is the myth sued. Was actually related to talion intelligence services. So you can't if you're you don't get to just report part of what you want in the store you have to put the entire piece before the American people. He didn't do that. So we're calling him out. This is not how investigations are supposed to be run when you look into Mifsud closer, professor of closer. He realized that he is connected with all kinds of intelligence agencies, including our own FBI. And then let her Sean you'll see there's pictures with FBI agents at the link campus where professor miss the teaches that. So we asked the question and get to the all summit up like this. We wanna know every document that these agencies have related to foot because if he is in fact, a Russian agent this would be one of the biggest intelligence scandals for not only the United States, but also our allies like the. Dalian's and the Brits and others because of Mifsud is a Russian agent, she would know all kinds of our intelligence agents throughout the globe. So those questions we want those documents giving them a week, you believe that the FBI had all of these sources out to entrap people from the Trump campaign. So that they could claim that there was a conspiracy that Donald Trump was colluding with the Russians. But in fact, they put all of these sources.
"dalian" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In London, I'm neighbor chayhitch with this Bloomberg radio business flash equity mall catch when he got the wind knocked out of them yesterday. But we have seen them drool breath again today, this was already happening before we got the headlines that China's top trade negotiates, you will be traveling to Washington for talks on Thursday and Friday the stock six hundred now in the green though up two tenths of a percent. We with flat earliest we all seen risk appetite pick up a little bit cross assets of the cut full flat. The ducks up a tenth of a percent ibex and footsie made firmly in the green the footsie one hundred still in the red. But of course, it's playing catch up off to the Bank holiday yesterday. The US equity market didn't see quite the colonies yesterday that Asia's equity markets futures are on the back foot, though, S and P five hundred E mini futures. Nasdaq futures and Dow futures Olo by at least two tenths of a percent. Speaking of a bit of risk on across small case the ten year treasury yield dropped six paces points yesterday. Wake up basis point now approaching two forty nine hundred ten year deal is steady. It is edging into negative territory of the tenure yield down three basis points, but again playing catch-up off to the Bank holiday yesterday. Elsewhere Dalian study today, we did see Dalian Trump through the hundred day moving average yesterday with the yen being bid. However, we all seeing a lot of focus on the donor, which is catching a big today off to the all be kept rates on hold on the Dona trading. A firmly above seventy how long can that be lost seventy twenty eight is where we are right now up five tenths of a percent. The London Metal Exchange back online as well. A copper trading down a quarter of a percentage point right now. WTI Brent also in the red after a flat lining earlier WTI trading at sixty two zero.
The Real Iran Threat to the Strait of Hormuz (Causing Oil Prices to Skyrocket)
"Over the years. We've heard these on and off from hotheads in the Tehran regime, but now they're becoming commonplace. The news reports that Iran will close the strait for moves for those who have a map in front of the Ilan will guide you to why this is critical ally. Very good evening to you. What does the straight of our moves mean to the Middle East and to the world economy could evening? Good evening. So I think that's a great question. So the straight of move which Iran to graphically sits on top of is a key waterway it on a day-to-day basis. It is the waterway through which something like twenty percent of global oil. Traffic transit so any disruption to the straight any disruption to the ability of oil tankers to transit the street. Has a real direct effect on the supply of oil on the global market. And as a result, it has a direct effect on the price of global oil. So. Do you believe that they will take steps that would give the United States and others the opportunities? You know, they've been debasing the Europeans and saying, you know, their promises are being effective, and they're turning to Russia, China, the others indicating that they have, you know, Pakistan, Italy, India, offering them to do joint exercises. I mean, it seems to me a lot of provocative because they know that that taking those steps and giving United States the opportunity to take actions. Would prove detrimental to them in the short run and even more in the low moan. No, I think that's absolutely right. And in fact, I've talked over the years I've talked to a lot of US military officials who have said something along the lines of if the Iranians take steps to close the strait. We will keep the straits closed, right? What the US military will see this as a Kansas Pelaez a cause for war. And we will you know, because we have superior military capabilities. We will move to keep the straight quote. I think the real threat here is a little bit different. The Iranians have been signaling that they're going to close the strait for a long time. I don't think they're actually going to do it. But I think they've hit on a formula that is potentially really destabilizing, which is that not closing the straits outright. But they can narrow it they can conduct mining exercises. They can conduct military drills of the kind of just announced what the Russians and in doing so complicate traffic through the strait. This had the effect of narrowing and women. The amount of commerce comes through the strait without creating a clear basis for the US to act, and what that does is that has a thriving global oil prices upwards in a way that benefits the Iranian regime, right? Because even if the rain rain exporting less oil in total if the price per barrel is higher. They make up the difference. On Russia, watches, the price of very carefully. Does this soup them that Iran would play with the price of oil by making threats or by even coming up with this scenario? I think in the short run directions, our cognitive the fact that if oil markets go to haywire. If the markets are volatile it doesn't benefit them. But if Iran what Iran does geopolitically has an upward pressure on the price of world oil. The remember the Russians are also under sanctions under sanctions from the Europeans under sanctions in the United States. And so a commodity that they are heavily invested in if it becomes more valuable globally. Not only do the Iranians benefit the Russians benefit as well. And the Saudis in the UAE house use the taking both the thread, which for them is that they wreck threat being the neighbors, and and how will they respond should maneuvers. Go ahead. No. I think that's a great question. And and certainly these guys are watching what the ratings are planning, very carefully. I think the Trump administration has has invested a lot of time and effort in trying to convince the Saudis in particular to replace Iran as a supplier of oil to countries like China countries. Like India, the ones that will no longer receive waivers. And so the idea is to get their purchase of our of Iranian oil to go to zero and to replace them with more reliable Gulf suppliers, but those countries to I mean, obviously, they're very dependent on the straight apart moves, so if Iran claw. Causes the straight outright all all of these countries will rally to the side of the United States. But if Iran creates a scenario where it is essentially, more or less stable custodian narrows, the strait the price of oil goes up, but nothing else really changes. It doesn't really escalate the ability the opportunity for conflict in the region those countries actually benefit as well. Right because they're commodity their export commodity becomes more valuable. The US. Does it have a plan to keep the straight open? So the US has plans for everything right from including keeping this rate open. But I think it's very clear that for a long time regional planners American regional players have been very worried about incremental steps like this that Iran can take that would force us into a scenario where you know, we're forced to escalate tensions with Iran. If we want to respond. If Iran closes, the straight. This would be really a cause for escalation of conflict if they do less than that. If they narrow this rate, the balls in our court, and we have to decide whether we want this different than the tanker were of the nineteen eighties which was pretty violent and pretty scary moments. But it was also we were involved, but it was also a regional conflict, but we're actually talking about here is a scenario in which Iran positioned itself as the regional hegemonic controlling key sea-lanes of control, but you know, way that actually benefits neighbors and disadvantages the United States. It's a pretty volatile scenario can ice cube out, the the this really odd story of the billion dollars worth of reining. Crude at sitting in China's Dalian port for more than half a year from what I read can we expect to China to continue to take care of the backlog and the refineries are having. Problems getting financing being able to skirt with the sanctions regime in place. So how long can they continue to fulfil this phone? We have less than thirty seconds on a great question. And I think it actually goes to the heart of the decision point that the Trump administration is that now we have told all these countries that were no longer going to allow them to have waivers and they have to stop buying Iranian oil. But China's the big fish in this pot, and we have to figure out whether we're willing to have significant economic dislocation and really pressure the Chinese to stop
"dalian" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Well, we're talking about driverless vehicles, and you and Elon Musk on the same track on this one. He said that electric automaker expects to have its first operating robo taxis on the road next year. According to Fox News must noted that any customer would be able to add or move their car from the tesla taxi network. So it's, you know, it's a model like Uber, and lift no driver would be operating the car, but owners could earn money on the rise while you're sleeping. Money making money. Just the would take twenty five percent. Thirty percent of the profits predicted one million tests could have fully autonomous capabilities in twenty twenty say this. Take take something like this. But, you know, get it back to let's say Uber lift remember few short years ago when they're talking about Uber left and the folks that had the tax Dalian's, we're going, this is an outrage you need a professional driver. Who knows what these people who knows what their backgrounds are. They're fully insured. These guys are not professional drivers, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, how great an impact has this made in everybody's life. I mean, we personally only ever used the rut the the lesson the Uber's the world we walked out of the San Francisco hotel. We were in five forty five in the morning two Sundays ago, max Pata with sitting in the lobby. I you know, it's dark outside. It's Sunday's five forty five in the morning. It's like, let's get over Bom. Where is he within one minute one minute away one minute away cabs or like member you'd being room you'd be calling the dispatch here where is he? We'll give between twin what's your name again ninety minutes ago. Yeah. And they're always very pleasant. It's surly the cap, they smelled it weird suspension was shot. Look everybody. Let's not whether it's the driverless semi trucks or the driverless Uber's or the the Tesla's or the Ubers or whatever, of course, there such a thing of a rogue Uber or lift driver who's high or drunk or loss had his license suspended had just got divorced. And it's now going to drive you to New Mexico against your will like, okay. But that also exists with bad truck drivers and also exists with bad cabdriver. So let's just call that a push. And now I've used these guys for thousands of miles never had a bad experience. And this is all you complain about them this to me, it's all of.
"dalian" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"That going nowhere. You'll be no that. Show. Oh, yeah. This dog and pony show with Dalian, you know, I wanna play. Thank God that Robert Cray. Video was not released. Say not for the time being anyway there I have no desire to see him having. Down that. Danny was that it's probably gonna be released at some point in time. And they're gonna they're gonna pick pixellated the dirty bits and whatnot. So you can't really. Thank God, you know, an Albany New York. They had a barbecue job offer. No, Robert Cray thing. It was a cope and chicken sandwich. I got Louis. I got a little reupped that said that with no, you know, not not the proper thing to me. And. Oh, yeah. There's not why I could be a politician. They easy to dig up dirt on mate. You know? I'm a redneck. Good old. Boy, just call me. Bubba there. You know? It's the right lady incorrect there, but you know, if you wanna live alone. Stay away from them. Politique doctor lawyer and dumb breakthrough there. Now one that ever say, whoa. To in the bible, then bloggers and that most them there. Hopefully, I'll get it straightened out in in that, right? We can keep our fingers crossed. I hope for the best. Drain on year why they're hopefully down here tomorrow. But I doubt it I'll be raining down here all day. Y'all have a site moaning that on the right with all right? Thanks for that little touch of baloney knuckle BUSTER, there you go. The stock market. It has been kind of a crazy ride this for the last six or seven months. But the five hundred closed at a record high surpassing the peak it's at last September. In other words, recouping all the ground. It lost in that nosedive late last year. The NASDAQ also closed at eight record high Tuesday. The market has gone up sharply since bottoming out pretty much on Christmas Eve. Confidence the economy reassurances that the Federal Reserve is not likely to raise interest rates this year. Member when the fed was raising rates Trump at the time was saying that the fed is the biggest enemy of the stock markets right now. And that that's kind of true. But. Supposedly, they grunt the numbers. And they know what what they're supposed to do. But. The gauge yesterday as some big companies began turning in some pretty darn.
Dow posts huge reversal as bond yields plunge
"We start with a big reversal for stocks today. The Dow swinging more than three hundred points as the bond market continues to wreak havoc on Wall Street, the ten year yield sink to its lowest level in fourteen months as the yield curve continues to flatten even the bond proxy sectors. Like utilities falling today. The should you shake off the growth fears, and what is safe to buy guy? Well, again, welcome back day to day. We I know you're playing hurt so Kudo, thank you. So you thanks for looking at mom. I'm pointed out for the growth mirrors. Were blown while. We talk about him a lot. But are they overblown will no not at Vicks at fifteen and that when the s&p five hundred within four percent of the all time, high we made back this fall. So I think although there talked a lot about the market doesn't seem all that concerned yet. But what I will say is this, you know, the fact that we continue sort of seem the roll over this twenty eight hundred level has to be somewhat concerning. I think the vix is too cheap given this environment. And I do think stocks come under some pressure with that said to answer your original question. I still have time by. About quitting. Waiting for. About that. Obviously not hurt. And I think Tim would agree with me on this. When I still think energy could be bought and specific areas big cap energy, Exxon Mobil, at some of the names, Tim, Michio. They Devon and capital. For example, is a by. And I still think healthcare goes higher from. So I would agree with that. And I would just take my glass half full to the half empty the what's going on with the ten year. Also, maybe this this some of this. Today's news, not not the entire move in the tenure, obviously we been wrestling with growth fears, but Stephen Moore, you know, do we have a loose cannon the pen wants to cut rates the rumors out there, another fifty basis point cut. There's no he said, well, okay. So but the rumor that the fed would actually go through and do this. You're right. I mean, people are contemplating whether the fed cuts once or twice the fact that we're even doing that is very different than we were a month ago. The things I'm encouraged about first of all today's trade data indicated exports were not only up, but they are up significantly to Europe for everybody. That's looking for a rebound in at least some response to. Hey, I think we're through the worst of the growth fears. I think that's something. Some of the risk indicators. You could be looking at Dalian X fine US levers loan index X fine US high yield X fine. The places where you really get concerned emerging markets and Sammy's have been battered over the last five days you could pay caution there. Sorry, dad as long as rates though, remain low and at the top of the conversation, doesn't it puts somewhat of a cap on on the rally it might do. But I think at this stage of the game with rates going the way they are from the tenure yield above three and a quarter just what six months ago to where it is. It looks like it's going back to two percent. That's not particularly bullish in my mind for. It just I. Well. Okay. So he has he's the one. Here's what want. So the last time we had this situation was was late two thousand fifteen early two thousand and sixteen and we really did have a serious global growth. Fear about deflation about rates just go in there. This is when we started to see a lot of sovereign debt.
Australia says coal holdups at China ports are not a ban
"See the Australian government has denied that China is banning imports of its coal. The minister for trade Simon Birmingham said holdups at various ports in northern China, including Dalian were being caused by import. Quotas are not a blanket ban. Mr. vista Birmingham said the government was seeking assurances that Australia wasn't the only country
"dalian" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Golly. Singing. Her focus is on her husband's as it seems every week about Dalian. It's always good. And this is actually good the fact that she loves her husband and doesn't really care that he doesn't really like for music. Kind of interesting. Karl dean is his name. Carl Thomas dean husband been married for fifty years, and she was on a program in England to promote the West End premiere of nine to five the musical. She revealed that her husband is only seen her perform couple of times not a big fan of music. Usually she says, I'm playing at state fairs. He loves to go to the fair and go to the tractor pull go to the yards and do all that could be. This guy's best friend. Tractor poor. Although I would I would differ with him. I love delis music. But she said he's not necessarily my biggest fan. He's proud of me. And he loves what I do. He's more of a hard rock and bluegrass fan of Bradley. They've been married since nineteen sixty six. Kids. This song whenever it plays. I have. Regression? You got a couple of Dalai songs. We're not supposed to be playing. Well, okay. Down here. Here you come again. We're not supposed to do this. Come again. This is okay. This. Sorry that we're doing a story about how she loves her husband and they've been together for it's. Okay. I just now getting my brand appropriate. The this the reason that it does the trigger. It's a trigger for me because my wife on the day of our divorce played this song for me. Forget cara. Yeah. I remember. I didn't realize it was going to have this big of an impact my best. No just gotta Ringo next out twenty-six after the hour, Ringo Starr, outlawed Dolly Parton, who I love so much No-now other Dolly I love Dali to just. A big fan of golly. Goofed you forever trying I'll tell you the ones that are. Okay. That don't cause. She has more retrigger meet anybody else, okay, Ringo. And this is an interesting combination Ringo and Santana are going to play at the Woodstock fiftieth anniversary show. This is really interesting schedule for this August the anniversary of the nineteen sixty nine Woodstock music and art fair who does it. No, no matter what your age about Wichita. Would you say everybody in your circle of friends CARA? Victoria, Jennifer knows about Woodstock. And what it meant. It was it was it was one of the defining moments of my youth. I was in my first year tuition defining. So that makes sense. Yeah. Yep. That in the war, and it was about the war. Hey, this all came about because of the war and government and people just aided Lyndon Johnson. Oh my God him. You think there's animosity toward Trump be should have lived through the O J. Here's the last year or two of his presidency. So the season of song and celebration. Excuse me, which is scheduled for a Woodstock this summer cleaning live music, Ted style, talk or two or three special exhibits and a director's cut screening of the documentary, which I I'd like to go to this actually, I don't know if there's a lot of business. On the original grounds. Or is this the other one no they move because there, isn't it? Now something else. Yeah. But the real one was on what's his name farm. I forget the guy's name. But this is up the street. It's okay, close enough Ringo and his all star band performing the sixteenth of August along with our low Guthrie and Edgar Witter both of whom performed at the festival originally.
"dalian" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"So let's get back to our top story. President Trump has hailed the US economy during his state of the union address calling it the hottest in the world. But he warned that they are dangerous lurking that could derail the growth. An economic miracle is taking place in the United States. And the only thing that can stop it. Our foolish wars politics or ridiculous partisan investigations. Let's get to Bloomberg's rainy and Asensio joins us live from New York, rainy to one extent and was Donald Trump's address any kind of game changer as we look through the transcript of at all. Yes. Sure. Yusef? Well, you know in your introduction to the top of the Sarah, you're talking about how markets really did it move it all in net net. This really wasn't a game changer when he came to policy as well. Sure there were some lighthearted moments. Surprisingly, I also want to say some respectful moments. Some even moving moments of for example, you see on your screen there. Some congresswoman dress in white. They were dancing in their rose at one point when Donald Trump said that more women were serving in congress than ever before. But for the most part this really probably was something that was a home run. As were some critics were saying earlier on Bloomberg television. One of the biggest things that came out of this is well, we were expecting Donald Trump to say that the state of the union is strong, right? And he did say that the economy is you mentioned one of the. The big things. They're US GDP strong, unemployment low at four percent, lower taxes, of course, one of the big things helping that along the twenty eighteen but remember forecasts say the growth is going to fall to two point six percent by the end of this year. Trump also talked about manufacturing jobs, and he did point this out in terms of the truth that it has been rising ever since two thousand ten of course, that came from a bottom right after the financial crisis. Mona comes to economics when it comes to infrastructure long, a measure of bipartisanship, in addition to prescription drug prices of those are all things that you put on the table with that same on the ladder to he didn't give too much shift to those really giving the navy just a few minutes time. Rainy. Excellent insight. That's always rainy in a sense. You live out of New York. Let's get some additional perspective. Tony us now is Chris Weston. He's the head of research at pepper stone financial, Chris you would have thought that the state of the union address is the opportunity to hit some of the sensitive issues hard, some of the issues that are weighing on the shoulders of investors. I'm thinking about the prospect of another government shutdown of the standoff with China over trade over North Korea. But they were not a lot of tangible in his speech. I mean, how the traders investors, go about this at the open. Anything new there to be honest. We did say that if a blip in Dalian a little bit of very very small twigs to risk on risk aversion on the headlines there. Is there around what's happening with the only thing that can derail? This US economy is the investigations on a partisan basis. And yeah, I pay for paper Bolton's the yen. And we saw a little bit of letdown in the year was in the treasury market. But ultimately, nothing tasted Sancho. I think this is one of those kind of states. The unions were tried had a daily close had it on loud speaker. And no one really reacted if anyone who reacted the algorithm. So you hate reacted some of the headlines. But yeah, this was something we listened to for the bravado. But it probably isn't any. We haven't learned anything new about immigration. Learn anything new about trade and Paul accounts next week. We all can say that law is heading back over to China for further talks, and we can say Simone meet on the by nab, but did nothing. Nothing. New in this statement on this space by Trump today. Does the world need to prepare for another government shutdown? I mean, you look at the transcript of the speech, we can break decades of political stalemates weakened bridge old divisions heal old wounds. Build new coalitions Ford's new solutions and unlock the extraordinary promise of America's future. The decision is ours to make but again, no clear plan as to how these to the Democrats and the Republicans come together at the end of seven resolve it. Well, I'm not sure if I'm gonna say show that anyone really to take concerned about that to be honest. I mean, if you look at the way that the equity markets and rallied for the previous government shutdown, and it really wasn't a market events. I mean, we'd be more focused on what was happening in the courtesy increase money supply. The turnaround in base metals industrial metals equities haven't really been concerned about the shutdown, and I think that will be the same. If we went to say going going through again, I mean, the calculations we've we've seen in the headwinds to to US GDP haven't been material to any kind of capacity. And I think if we all gonna say something on on a political frame other than what we say between the relationship between she and and Trump is really more about the debt ceiling, and that doesn't really become a major issue until say August. So I'm not I don't think anyone's too concerned with taking risk off the table with a potential now the government shutdown, but yeah. Let's let's say if the debt ceiling becomes a market, and then that will become volatility event. Well, you clearly not too concerned. But let's say what exactly is in store in terms of upside GDP gopher our clients. This is a chart that really reflects on the first couple of years of this administration. You looking here at a story of US markets since two thousand sixteen election and and broad gains NASDAQ's been declared winner up forty percent since November of twenty sixteen where does the narrative goal from here when it comes to the US equities. What are you buying? We've been we've been fairly positive pay for like the last couple of weeks. And I think we should have been reacting to the changes in conditions. And and the fact that we've got so many of these tier one God was central banks have have come to wait and see adopted mode. Oversee categorically join that today. Everyone seems to be fairly data dependent. And therefore, we've got this kind of central Bank issue where the data does deteriorate. Yeah. You know, the the the central banks will look to react to that. And and try and Cape financial conditions fellowship fairly accommodative. And we might say some songs of stability. We all saying signs of economic stability in the US. And one of the things on looking actually is the in base metals. The changing liquidity dynamics the changing money supply. If we do see the US starting to stabilize and we're seeing signs of that again. Are we going to see a less pronounced rerun? If what we saw in two thousand eighteen and that's is that we saying the US sort of oil and onto its own with this economic divergence. The US Europe is the tights that continues to tear, right? We sing songs of Australia. The UK we don't know the full ounce. Brexit yet the economics. We have been saying been deteriorating. Could we be seeing situations where a lot of this global capital starts making its way back into the US because it starts saying that signs of economic divergence? That's thing. We're looking at the moment. Sure. Chris. Get into some of the other views shortly Chris west that stays with us. Here's what's up ahead. The Qatar is going to be looking at Lebanon, while being we already know that they've agreed to buy half a billion dollars in east bonds. Now, the indebted countries and talks with other nations about financial backing we'll have the details. I more from President Trump state of the union address. We're going to dive deeper into what he had to say about a potential trade deal with.
Bloomberg, SoftBank and Donald Trump discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
"China. Also, SoftBank in talks to buy a majority stake in we work. That's according to the Wall Street Journal, SoftBank would commit fifteen to twenty billion dollars in the co working startup and pimco says go after emerging markets. So that might inspire investors. I have to say we're kind of stuck in neutral here in the equity markets. We do have the Nikkei slightly higher is less than a tenth of a percent, though, just twelve points, Australia, flat. New Zealand is down about a third of one percent. The kospi is trading down about six tenths of one percent. So not a lot of movement. The Bloomberg dollar spot index is flat. The ended strengthen little against the dollar Dalian. Now one twelve ninety seven euros trading. Back over a dollar fifteen US the AUSSIE dollar down to seventy one point one seven you mentioned that oil to oil is down about a quarter of one percent in on the Chinese currency. Not too much movement there either the offshore currency trading. Six ninety one forty seven against the US star. Let's check of markets not all that much happening. We'll get to all the wise with it with Stephanie Hofer coming up chief investment strategist at LGBT Bank. That'll be in a few short minutes. But for now, let's get a news update. Twelve minutes before the top of the hour. Here's Mark mills in the Bloomberg newsroom. Brian. Thanks president. Donald Trump said he had North Korean leader,
SEC pressing Tesla directors for details on communications with Musk: Wall Street Journal
"And. The SEC is reportedly asking tesla directors what CEO Elon Musk actually told them ahead. Of his tweet last week about a potential deal to take, the company private the Wall Street Journal sites and unidentified sources saying the. Regulators investigating whether musk intentionally? Misled Investors tesla meantime is suing the government of Ontario for, cancelling electric, vehicle
Bloomberg, President Macron and Six Percent discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe
"Cup in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight ushered in a feel good periods bloomberg's greg viscous he explains president macron will be hoping this latest win will give france a much needed morale boost president macron will be hoping that sundays four two win over an unlucky croatia in the leary celebrations that set off afterwards will lift his popularity and help unite the country ninety two four didn't last long and never had much of an economic impact macro will be hoping that like the french team he might get lucky in paris gregory's bloomberg daybreak europe global news twenty four hours a day on air and at six on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries and young guarantee this is bloomberg markus thanks very much indeed leon speaking of the world cup his lee stocked with all of the sports headlines you got more than four years to wait for the next world cup in france will head towards it as champions debbie croatia four two in the final of the twenty eight team tournament to win the trophy for a second time joe townsend reports from moscow it's been a moment of upset and in germany altoona group russia to the quarters england the sammy's in croatia all the way to the final in the end the favorite did win but there was a no go video referee controversy goalkeeping how an kilian mbappe pay the first teenage story in a world cup final since novak djokovic go back into the top ten of the tennis world rankings later after stealing is fourth wimbledon men's singles title the former number one denied south african kevin anderson first grand slam triumph in three sets in a stunning final round of sixty help south african brandon stone win the scottish open gulf he can close to setting a european record but he missed a birdie putt on the eighteenth preventing him from shooting a historic fiftynine stern finished on twenty four shots ahead of nearest challenger eddie pepperell from england these start with the european sport now let's turn back to china an economic expansion there slowed in line with expectations are gdp increasing six point seven percent in the second quarter from a year earlier that was the slowest pace since twenty sixteen meanwhile industrial output rose six percent last month from a year earlier retail sales increased and actually beat the forecast fixed asset investment client six percent in the first six months overall it was a little bit of a mixed bag terms of what beat a what missed expectations nick will portfolio manager old mutual global investors joins us now in the studio nick great to have you with us on does this latest data out of china give you any sense about how well the world's secondbiggest economy could weather an escalation in a trade war i think it's reasonable encouraging them the dates were as you say was in line with expectations and actually when you look behind the data is kind of behavior as you've expected to behave and considering the headwinds that china's has had with the trade the trade wars and this big delivers enough is going on it's actually nazi van i think the market will take some comfort from it i mean you look at retail sales numbers they were strong that's a far less credit sense severity economy you look at a fixed investment which is sensitive and that was the that was aspects of the great numbers that fell if they'll start to loosen their response these trade wasn't it does start to kind of turn the credit test back on its to pick up a little bit it seems so far that the the authorities in china to under control so you seem fairly keen on china's that reflected in your portfolio yeah i mean it's going to when we look at say asian currencies will deliver the fact that we can easily be taken out by the occasional tapeworm only the occasional twitter twitter posts but we're not we're not seeing fairly neutral and we'll posted on am generally you mentioned asian currencies now the yen of course is asian but it fits into g ten rather than the the asian em and dalian has been really interesting because is trading near a six month high the yen hasn't really been acting as that sort of safe haven recently despite any losses we might have seen in equities what's behind the dollar strength against the.
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"Chayhitch with this bloomberg radio business flash we've seen a bit of a relief rally in asian equities overnight if you look ahead to the european equity market opening just over forty minutes euro stocks fifty futures pointing higher by about four tenths percent dax futures and footsie100 futures pointing higher by the same and cac cat forty futures higher by five tenths of a percent p five hundred futures also higher by four tenths of a percent we understand there could be the possibility of some negotiations between the us and china on trade and of course there are about seven weeks for traders and investors to get themselves together before we get those impositions of the new round of tariff so a bit of a relief in equities commodities very much in focus because this is where most of the bloodletting was yesterday we saw oil drop the most in a year dropping some five percent brent crude some seven percent bit of a rebound today brent crude higher by one point eight percent seventy four seventy dollars a barrel is where we trade wti trades at seventy spot eightyone up six tenths of a percent enemy copper also rebounding up one point three percent it had its lowest close in a year yesterday and goldman has cut its three six month and twelve month forecasts on elements copper if threemonth forecast of six thousand five hundred dollars a tonne by the way is actually higher than where we are now at six thousand two hundred and twenty four dollars turn on copper in the fx space dalian on the front foot we're seeing dalian trade one twelve spot twentysix up two tenths of a percent the korean one is under performing of major currencies the offshore yuan in a death cross for the first time since twenty fifteen and also passed that six seven level even though we have seen some gains in it today and then finally take you look at fixed income the ten year treasury yield up a basis point two point eight six percent ten year bundled steady bloomberg business flash is leeann guarantee with more on what's going on around the world good morning nara an execution in nevada which was set to become the country's first lethal injection using the powerful opioid defend no has been delayed by a judge this is due to a challenge from the drug company that objects to the states plan to use one of its products as a sedative for the procedure scott raymond dossier a twice convicted killer has said he prefers to be executed rather than stay in prison they dna elon musk has promised to pay for clean water for homes in flint michigan since the city whose water supply was contaminated with lead to the state changed a sources in two thousand fourteen the state says the water is safe now but some homeowners say it is still undrinkable and the dramatic rescue of twelve boys and they football coaches already in line to be made into a hollywood movie the production companies have announced plans to retell the story including one which says it's been selected by thailand's navy to make a film global news twenty four hours a day on and it took on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm the i'm gary this is bloomberg marcus thank you very much indeed.
Bloomberg, Ten Minutes and Eight Seven Percent discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe
"In london i may ritchie hitch with this bloomberg radio business flash just over ten minutes away from the european equity market open and it looks like it could be risk back on a europe after we saw some modest declines on the asia pacific index with the hang sang leading the losses after that market came back from holiday playing catch up to some extent your stocks fifty futures higher by four tenths of a percent dax futures higher by seven tenths of a percent cat forty futures pointing higher by four tenths of a percent and footsie100 futures higher by three tenths of a percent or meanwhile us futures look in the s and p five hundred futures up one tenth of a percent in terms of the fx markets although we did see some risk off in the asian session it has really been expressed that much through dalian in fact the dollar is now higher by one tenth of a percent against the yen one eleven spot zero threes where we trade we've got onto that one eleven handle in this session the euro is fairly steady in this session we saw some losses yesterday but it's trading unchanged at one sixteen forty one in cable also not really moving a lotta though it is a big week for brexit one thirty one forty three as where we trade in the fixed income space the ten year treasury yield steady at two point eight seven percent germany's tenured boondi healed up one and a half basis points thirty two basis points in the gilt market opened up in just over ten minutes time looking at the oil markets we've seen wti jump as much as one point two percent in the session we're up one percent now seventy four spot sixty nine dollars a barrel we trade at seventy seven for eighty five on brent that is up some seven tenths of a percent this basically after we've seen data showing that opec output with steady in june despite a jump by the saudis that's your bloomberg business flash sandra kilhof with more on what's going on around the world good morning nara twelve boys and left football coach trapped in a tie cave will need to learn to dive all wait months for flooding to recede before they can get out the group had been missing for nine days before they were found by divers late yesterday rescuers battling rising water to bring more supplies to the group the tire authorities saying they may need food for at least the next four months the most senior roman catholic cleric to be convicted of covering up child sex abuse has been sentenced to twelve months detention australian archbishop philip wilson was found guilty of failing to tell police about the repeated abusive to alter boys by a priest in the nineteen seventies and disgraced movie producer harvey weinstein has been indicted on new sexual assault claims acquainted manhattan's district attorney facing charges of sexually assaulting three women weinstein could be convicted of minimum ten years in prison the maximum sentence of life imprisonment is attorney benjamin brachman said weinstein will plead not guilty global news twenty four hours a day on air net take talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and anisimov the one hundred twenty countries i'm sandra kilhof this is bloomberg markus thanks very much sandra now german chancellor angela merkel halted the media threats of a government break up in europe's biggest economy last night she crafted a plan to tighten migration and keep her bavarian sister party this issue in the coalition fold soccer and sabc ceo attorneys investment manager it's still with us in the studio soccer great to have you hey once again in a good morning to you twelve extent does this deal in germany and angela merkel staying in power for sure at least for now remove uncertainty i think it moves it to logic send people underestimate translator markle let us do a contrast between prime minister may translate both have problems within the coalition parties both are studying on faultlines trump solar merckel has has throughout her career showed pragmatism as what is an ability to cross deals and germany needs that the stage and actually europe needs leadership at this stage why does european because actually brexit in.
China is trying to downplay the brewing trade war with the US
"Hour bryan curtis is here as we get set for some asian trading what are you think we claw back any of what we lost yesterday perhaps perhaps it looks like futures will move higher or are higher for japan and australia no doubt hong kong will fall though because we had such torah day of selling in asia yesterday in hong kong was closed for a holiday and by the way we've seen a little bit of evidence in the asian data doug that the trade war is starting to impact growth and some of the official economic numbers we wonder when that will pop up in the united states if it does shinwa says this morning that china is more confident than the us to handle a trade war the new service says that china has a stable and powerful weapon or weapons it said the weapons include an enormous market and economy with potential and resilience deepening reform and opening up and strong leadership by the way the white house spokesperson sarah sanders said that trade negotiations are continuing with china now that was news to me so it's going on behind the scenes but she refused to give any further information when she was asked at a briefing by a reporter south korean headline inflation unexpectedly slid monthonmonth in june cord numbers slipped as well so june consumer prices down not point two percent monthonmonth the estimate was for a game and just one other quick note on this if you add that to the export figures that we saw from south korea over the weekend those were even worse than economists estimated and they also were a contraction for exports it does seem clear that korea's economy is facing a number of challenges on these trade tensions you learn the tenure to eighty seven dalian right now one ten eighty four the bloomberg dollar spot index is down a tenth of one percent and let's get over to paul paul thanks brian the twelve young soccer players coach who have missing and flooded caves in thailand for the past ten days are alive ed baxter's go global news in the bloomberg nine sixty san francisco newsroom ed yeah paul this this is good news so far they still need to be rescued in pulled out but they are alive and they are given nutrition they're being prepared to be taken out the reaction as the announcement of the caves has made we told you yesterday massive hampshire being used to get the water out and that navy seals would go and well british divers did and diver ben ram remanded saying the conditions definitely improved install more pumps bound rain got a bit less visibility better and actually today the visibility was almost drink the water and the flow guts assistant who could just swim so they're hopeful ebola polevoi's out very soon more heavy rains expected tomorrow on the next so they want to get them out as soon as possible you secretary general antonio gutierrez is at a row enga refugee camps and bang camps in bangladesh he says a world community has expressed concern about the torture and rape but has not stepped up monetarily appeal to the international community is to step up to the plate and to substantially increase the.
Asia trades mixed as US-China trade tensions simmer
"Business flash for about forty minutes away from the european equity market open we've seen risk of sentiment in asian equities the asia pacific index down some seven tenths of a percent as investors sort of assessing the latest rampup in trade tensions between the us and china us futures pointing lower down five tenths of a percent on the s and p five hundred emini's and it looks like we could see a weaker opening europe has well with your stocks fifty futures lower by five tenths of a percent footsie100 futures lower by the same dax futures lower by three tenths of a percent cat forty futures off by six tenths of a percent the risk of impulse seems to be in fx markets as well dalian is lower by five tenths of a percent one oh nine forty seven is where we trade euro and cable not doing a whole lot euros on a one sixteen handle cable on a one thirty to handle in focus very much is the turkish lira on the move we're seeing that a strengthened by three percent against the dollar so it's jumping today following ed ones election win four fifty four fifty s where we trade right now also the un in focus following the triple cut for some banks by the p b o the offshore yuan actually weakening for an eighth straight day the longest losing streak since twenty sixteen in the fixed income space you're seeing the ten year treasury yield down two basis points two point eight eight percent the ten year bundled also lower by two basis points thirty two basis points is where we are meanwhile in the periphery yields moving higher italy's tenure yield up six basis points and finally let's take a quick check on oil keep an eye on that wti brent spread narrowing quite significantly following the developments from opec over the weekend but also a us stockpiles wjr crude of by two tenths of a percent sixty eight spot forty five brent meanwhile down one point seven percent at seventy.
"dalian" Discussed on Critical Role
"The browns greens and greys the marsh itself is reflected in the browns greens and greys the people who now wander the streets going about their business they'll come to barrel then they somewhat miserable looking but functional village here dalian empire so as you as you come off the road the road gives way into this kind of central district which is looks to be a smattering of of stone slabs cobblestone and whatever pieces of material leftover from construction that can help fix and maintain some sort of a main road here in the central opening before scattered into the rest of the city what would you like to do technically a short rest on the way in or is that not happen well most of a day to harvest the gates yeah probably look for like in in or some deliver from braun who is a parent lii in the keystone pub and east on keys keystone in the in the the strict i ran out of page the puddles it isn't a puddle i got the end to put by the outside right now people walking to the streets in the caring small sacks over their shoulder from another or in the process of wandering over to make the business the city and they notice you prochet and they're kind of slightly nosy kind of paying attention to these strangers that just came off the bye way those guy self on myself to look like a little half lingo already.
"dalian" Discussed on Critical Role
"I'm sure you've heard of it we have actually sovereign town outside of the been dalian empire and outside of the law that uses the seventy would to keep the crown at bay spoken of as a haven for criminals thieves murderers but really it's a home to the truly free entrepreneurs of wild now it end criminals steps borders no feeley is unable to enact partnerships the moment has occurred business is tangled up in some of the local riffraff and she's requested aid in stabilizing her situation what i propose as you've already proven yourselves effective problem solvers selfstarters with enough sense of honor to see a deal through is free wall to travel northward past the silver quail ridge to shady creek run to parlay with affiliate help her absolving her from her current meyer of complications return with her here today for this task completed i offer an advance a five hundred gold pieces and a purse of four thousand five hundred gold pieces upon maturing with miss martin within the month yes will she come willingly she will once you managed to free her from her predicament complications predicament do you have any more specifics than that not that is the the intent in language she used when last we had correspondence i think the nature of her business much like ours is meant to be on a absolutely necessary basis on i'm sure once you speak to her you'll have better information on that tantalizing off you said you had others i do if this seems to be beyond your debt.
"dalian" Discussed on From da Bottom Episode's
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"dalian" Discussed on Joblogues
"Earlier stand of all i listen while you're not listening to this podcast live gonna develop my career maybe you are no sate but i i get you but i guess i guess what i'm saying is like one entrepreneurship is not some excape firmed as you know when i do hate though is when people try to shame pierrel with a 9 of fat yana kyaw there yeah okay i get bad when you're like y'all are in bondage y'all lane right i think that's really what it is and we're nine mindless drones lay right one is a choice and i can change the any time if i decided to be an entrepreneur but to usher partnership doesn't free you from the responsibility and like you are now beholden as an entrepreneur to your clients to your vendors lake as not just this lodhi dalian or you're doing everything that you feel right wing when you feel like doing it sure there's a different degree or freedom but i mean i could argue that i love the freedom of having 28 vacation as and getting paid travel you know what i mean yeah so i just feel like i dunno i just want to sell off check ourselves millionanhour that probably entrepreneur those up like three am trying to make them fit cells feel better about their outstanding in boise idaho via have it up in my time line thank you gifts so everyone in its hawk about this for a minute and it started their elmwood that sean to rhymes book beer of yes yes and nro has decided isaf everything you know just be open and guess is a you know way to opportunity blah blah blah thinking.