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"donald baltic" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"donald baltic" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Qatari Leonard the commercial Bank has reported full year net income of one point sixty six billion riyal speeding the highest analyst. Group. CEO's Joseph Abraham joins us now on the line from Doha for his first interview of the day Joseph run me through some of the key highlights in terms of profitability in terms of capital metrics, and how that sets us up for twenty nine and the remaining remaining quarters. The result is really the outcome about five year strategy. So if you look at it. Income has remained reasonably flat. Negri provisioning come down by about nine hundred million and. About fifty million. So that actually account for the increase in net profit. However, you gotta remember that we have actually taken a number of loans do non-performing book, and they put that income. Like. The last year, and they will be back to be running. To growth, that'd be bad. Overall. In return on equity we've gone up from. About two point eight point one percent. A good increase. Of course, it's not where we want to be nine hundred. And we'd like to be in double d. Joseph. What does this mean for plans to boost capital? Is there anything going to come through in the next few months? And does that mean you're going to issue any debts as well as that around the corner? Capital? We're not talking about any right? The ending like that what we are doing is actually increasing our capital by retention. Very BP capital is increasing ten point nine point three. But then. I mean, and that is because we are about thirty five percent. Ratio. And we will continue to follow that. Polity capital back to where we think is. Factory level. Joseph wanna talk about some of your international investments talking about the national Bank of Oman. Specifically, we understand that you weren't happy with some of the proposed merger plans. Can you shed some light on on where you thinking is now on that? Bank that. Bank too far public. In december. The largest shareholder holding point nine percent. Obviously, go ahead. It need the. The ball at the board level at N B O and a final outcome and will be conveyed to the market. Did you call? What about your stake in you UAB, you've told Bloomberg in the past that, hey, if we don't get the right price we are in. No hurry. Are you speaking to anybody else in in in recent weeks? And is there an update on that front? Have you found somebody who could who could take from you? Sure. We were in the body. But. I didn't go through because ultimately the in the. That they were asking. Ultimately. We annoying hurry to fill it. He gets ready to about. But we believe the current market bright. The value in UAB because we recapitalize the Bank. We've actually cleaned out the legacy loan book. The Bank has great potential going forward who will be that. If you don't get the looking for. We're going to spend the next year and hop actually realizing the value that they really in the beat through to the hip, right. And that would make future feel much more realistic for any bio. Does in a wave of mergers and acquisitions a lot of consolidation in the industry in in the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. There's a lot of appetite in Kuwait and in Amman what's situation like Qatar and for your Bank, specifically are you supporting that move towards less banks and more assets under one roof? Keno controlling new good, even thank you. Thank you. The margins under pressure and overall league worldwide. Between IBM Q and Mara Bank. Until Berea an hour if not two years. And it needs the meeting a mind controlling shareholder is pretty important. Anymore will happen in really depend on. Holder getting together. Of course. Title. Let me refine that question. Would ju- be open to a conversation on a on a merger? Then specifically are you looking at any plans similar? Probably we don't have any. Lena planning. Sometimes we things come up opportunistically. So you have to be in a strong position. That. On holiday to rather than being consolidated. So it's really appreciate your time this morning. Thank you very much. For those insights that of Abraham he's the commercial Bank group chief executive officer. All right. So let's talk about what's happening. Elsewhere around the world specifically in Turkey 'cause food costs while they've halted a broader deceleration and price growth complicating the start of monetary easing food or non alcoholic beverage prices. Surged annual thirty one percent in January that's the most since at least two thousand and four sending consumer inflation to twenty point four percent. Let's get more with Bloomberg's emerging markets team leader, Donald g. It is such a critical point of contention. The inflation numbers on the Turkey. What are some of the first conclusions that the teams draw? Well, I mean, first of all some analysts are saying that this sort of pressure is going to increase next month as well. So there is a lot of relief in the market, actually because this sort of complicates the central banks plans to eventually lowering the interest rate, which actually might interrupt the yield party that we're seeing that we're seeing across emerging markets. Now, how does this leave investors position? Because I mean, there was a lot of speculation about what the central Bank might do about what the government might do from a fiscal standpoint. What's been the reaction from investors an appetite for Turkish, well, the appetite for Turkish acids has been very very strong. We've seen in the first three weeks of January that foreigners on a net basis have bought more Turkish stocks Dan since two thousand and five so obviously the yield that we're. Seeing in Turkey is extremely attractive not just there, but we are seeing across emerging markets. However inflation in Turkey is still among the highest in the world. So investors, look at this very very closely. Then appreciate your bold inside Serb Lindbergh's emerging markets team leader, Donald Baltic. Gee, let's get you a snapshot of what's coming up. It's been a big story halting operations at a top iron ore mine in Brazil causing incremental supply shock. I don't know if you will.

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"donald baltic" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"donald baltic" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Good even the banking. Margin under pressure and overall it it's the worldwide trend. As we know. Moving IB, Hugh and Vara Bank. Until an hour. Two years. And it needs the meeting of mind. The very controlling channel is very important anymore will happen in really. Depend on. Getting no real ratio. Of course. Title. Let me refine that question a little bit more. Would you be open to a conversation on a on a merger? Then specifically are you looking at any plans similar? Probably don't have any. Lena planning. The point is sometimes we come up opportunistically. So you have to be in a strong position. That. Olympic data rather than being a consolidated. So it's really appreciate your time this morning. Thank you very much. For those insights that Sosa Abraham. He's the commercial Bank group chief executive officer. All right. So let's talk about what's happening. Elsewhere around the world specifically in Turkey because food costs they've halted a broader deceleration and price growth complicating the start of the monetary easing food and non alcoholic beverage prices surged and annual thirty one percent in January that's the most since at least two thousand and four sending consumer inflation to twenty point four percent. It's got more with Bloomberg's emerging markets team leader, Donald delta G is such a critical point of contention. The inflation numbers on a Turkey. What are some of the first conclusions that the teams drawn? Well, I mean, first of all some analysts are saying that this sort of pressure is going to increase next month as well. So there is a lot of relief in the market actually because this sort of complicates the central banks plans to eventually lower the. Interest rate, which actually might interrupt the yield party that we're seeing that we're seeing across emerging markets. Now, how does this leave investors position because there was a lot of speculation about what the central Bank might do about what the government might do from a fiscal standpoint. What's been the reaction from investors an appetite for took assassins while the appetite for Turkish assets has been very very strong. We've seen in the first three weeks of January that foreigners on a net basis have bought more Turkish stocks Dan since two thousand and five so obviously the yield that we're seeing in Turkey is extremely attractive not just there. But we are seeing that across emerging markets. However inflation in Turkey is still among the highest in the world. So investors, look at this very very closely. Then appreciate your insights there. Bloomberg's emerging markets team leader, Donald Baltic. Gee, let's get you. A snapshot of what's coming up at volley spin a big story halting operations at a top. Iron ore mine in Brazil, causing an incremental supply shock on the move will break that down for you. This is.

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"donald baltic" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"donald baltic" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Smashed cars joe mcconnell for kqed thanks joe his report brought to you by unbound dot org coming up on our program we'll have more about secretary of state rex tillerson's unannounced trip to afghanistan and to iraq and then later this morning on forum more than five thousand residential properties were launched in the northern california wildfires over the last two weeks paul gullikson joins the program in the first half hour to talk about the community's recovery and then you'll hear a discussion of the future of the seventeen billion dollar plan to build water tunnels below the sacramento san joaquin delta and in the tannock clock our our conversation with psychiatrists about the goldwater rule and the science the politics and ethics of evaluating president trump's mental health we'll bring of that foreign program from nine till eleven today here on kqed sunny and hot look for highs from the mid '80s to the mid nineties it's eight oh seven it's morning edition from npr news news i'm rachel martin and i'm steve inskeep president trump's top military adviser acknowledges that he too has questions about the deaths of four americans leisure general joseph dunford spoke to reporters as lawmakers in the public focused on a mission in west africa that went wrong did the mission of us forces change during the operation did our four you should have adequate intelligence equipment and training was or premission assessment of the threat from the area accurate some of the questions in the mind of joe dunford npr's tom bowman was in the room as he spoke what struck you there what was struck me is how many basic questions are unanswered at this point more than two weeks after the incident general done for talks voted the mission change will the mission was to go on a reconnaissance patrol and there were some reports it may be they were actually chasing terrorists a suspected terrorists on motorbikes now look presumably we would have an answer to that question two weeks later i know there's an investigation going on but for had to have this many basic questions unanswered it is surprising well let's pursue some of those questions with retired army brigadier general donald baltic until june he led special operations command africa and like some of the men killed and leisure he was a green beret general good morning good morning thank you let's start with this mission described as a reconnaissance mission to a very remote village on the.

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"donald baltic" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"donald baltic" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To go on a reconnaissance patrol and there are some reports it may be they were actually chasing terror chris the suspected terrace on motorbikes now look presumably we would have an answer to that question two weeks later i know is an investigation going on but for had to have this many basic questions unanswered is surprising well let's pursue some of those questions with retired army brigadier general donald baltic until june he led special operations command africa and like some of the men killed in leisure he was a green beret general to morning good morning steve thank you let's start with this mission described as a reconnaissance mission to a very remote village on the border with molly was that a normal operation four special operations troops to be doing in asia are ah yes sir uh it's part of normal types of operations that are done and as general dunford laid out yesterday i think very succinctly there are uh limitation to how us forces participate in that and uh you know he laid goes out and so i would call this yes atypical advise and assist court of our partner limitation limitations meaning they're supposed to be helping troops from new shared do their jobs better not generally supposed to be in a combat role that's that's correct because we're not uh it's not a combat environment there uh however it is uh it is very volatile uncertain complex and ambiguous it replicate the environment in afghanistan iraq and syria but the united states is not at war there are.

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"donald baltic" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"donald baltic" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And i'm steve inskeep president trump's top military adviser acknowledges that he too has questions about the deaths of four americans and leisure general joseph dunford spoke to reporters as lawmakers in the public focused on a mission in west africa that went raw did the mission of us forces change during the operation that our forces have adequate intelligence equipment and training was or premission assessment of the threat in the area accurate some of the questions in the mind of joe dunford anne pierce tom bowman was in the room as he spoke tom what struck you there what was struck me as hominid basic questions are unanswered at this point more than two weeks after the incident general dough for talks voted the mission change will the mission was to go on a reconnaissance patrol and there were some reports it maybe they were actually chasing terrorists a suspected terrorists on motorbikes now look presumably we would have an answer to their question two weeks later i know there's an investigation going on but for had to have this many basic questions unanswered is surprised well let's pursue some of those questions with retired army brigadier general donald baltic until june he led special operations command africa and like some of the men killed in leisure he was a green beret general to morning good morning steve thank you let's start with this mission described as a reconnaissance mission to a very remote village on the border with molly was that a normal operation for special operations troops be doing in asia right yes sir a part of the normal types of operations that are done and as general dunford laid out yesterday i think very frankly there are our uh limitation to how us forces participate in that and you know he laid goes out and so i would call this yes atypical advise and assist and support of our partner limitation of limitations meaning they're supposed to be helping troops from leisure do their jobs better not generally supposed to be in a combat role that that's correct because we're not uh it's not a combat environment there uh however it is uh it is very volatile uncertain complex and ambiguous it replicate the environment in afghanistan iraq and syria but the.

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"donald baltic" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"donald baltic" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The top of the program more than five thousand residential properties were lost in the northern california wildfires during the last couple of weeks many people will have to decide whether to rebuild or go somewhere else the editorial director of the santa rosa president mcgrath hopes the people will snake paul gullikson will join forum to talk about the communities recovery that's right off the top of the show this morning at nine are be prepared now for a clear on hot the day to day with sunny skies and highs as high as the mid nineties far number seven after four of the time no more morning edition for a tuesday from kqed public radio it's morning edition from npr news i'm rachel martin and i'm steve inskeep president trump's top military adviser acknowledges that he too ask questions about the deaths of four americans and leisure general joseph dunford spoke to reporters as lawmakers in the public focused on a mission in west africa that went wrong do the most in of us forces change during the operation did our forces have adequate intelligence equipment and training was or promotion assessment of the threat from the area accurate some of the questions on the mind of joe dunford and bureau's tom bowman was in the room as he spoke tom what struck you there what was struck me as hominid basic questions are unanswered of this point more than two weeks after the incident general done for talks voted the mission change will the mission was to go on a reconnaissance patrol and there are some reports would maybe they were actually chasing terrorists was suspected terrorists on motorbikes now look presumably we would have an answer to that question two weeks later i know is an investigation going on but for hit to have this many basic questions unanswered is surprising while let's pursue some of those questions with retired army brigadier general donald baltic until june he led special operations command africa and like some of the men killed in leisure he was a green beret general good morning good morning thank you let's start with this mission described as a reconnaissance mission to a very remote village on the.

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