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"From around the world Here's Dan Schwartzman. Thanks, Doug. Sky Sports Germany reports that Bayern Munich is interested in a move for Tottenham star Harry Kane, although the price tag of around a €100 million may be too steep for the Bundesliga giants. Kane is expected to decide his future of the conclusion of the World Cup with Real Madrid also possible landing spot for the England captain. Speaking of the cup, Argentina has advanced the knockout round with a two zero win over Poland as Argentina overcomes a miss penalty kick by Messi in the first half. Meanwhile, Poland also does advance due to gold differential despite Mexico beating Saudi Arabia two to one as Mexico misses the knockout stage for the first time since 1990. After the match Mexico manager Tata martino announcing, he was leaving his post as his contract had officially ended. Tunisia shots France won nearest frames played mostly backups while Australia stuns Denmark one mill to move on to the round of 16. Saudi Arabian club Al nasr has reportedly offered Christiana Ronaldo a three and a half year contract value that more than a 100 million pounds per year for the 5 time the loan door winner will wait until after the World Cup to make a decision. Ronaldo left Manchester United by mutual termination and his free to sign with any club, but reportedly is still hoping to land within Europe. Finally, former New York Yankees great Don mantley agreeing to become the bench coach of the Toronto Blue Jays after 7 seasons managing the Miami Marlins. And we also managed the LA Dodgers for 5 seasons before heading to Miami. I'm Dan Schwartzman that's your Bloomberg world sports op aid. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business out and at Bloomberg quick take. This is a Bloomberg business flash. Well, we had some weak economic data right across the region today, South Korea's exports fell the most in two and a half years in November. We had the South Korea PMI for November at 49. That was a little higher than the 48.2 in October, but still disappointing as it's in contraction. The Taiwan that PMI was at 41.6 and the algebra bank Japan PMI fortune 4 November was at 49 also in contraction. Yeah, we see rallies in equity markets right across the region, so what is going on? Well, China is amending its COVID approach. The vice premier sun chunlan said that the battle against COVID is at a new stage as omicron becomes less severe, so they're giving you a reason why are they are changing COVID policy and has huge implications for the economy as so much of the country as we heard from Nomura yesterday a quarter of the country is under some form of lockdown. So that's one of the reasons we're seeing rallies throughout China throughout Hong Kong and the rest of the region. The nikkei F 1.1%, the tye X in Taiwan up one and a quarter percent the CSI 300 up 1.8% and hangs index up 1.7%. Let's take a look at currencies the dollar sharply weaker today about a full percentage point if you take in the U.S. and the Asian session together. Dolly N one 36 73 yield on the ten year treasury, 3.62%, a huge drop in yields there. The two year down to four 32 and WTI crude at $80 and 52 cents, we had the China signals as well as data showing a steep drop in U.S. inventories. And that is a Bloomberg business flash. Let's get headline news with Ed Baxter, Ed. All right, thank you very much, Brian. Beijing officials are saying that China's entering into a new phase