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"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Coming up in a chat with mark Klein his presidency of southern rock capital to get his thoughts on the venture capital business plus our good friend Dan eyes equities analysts at Wedbush securities is gonna talk to us about apple making its own chips on my thanks will get even bigger echo that nineteen the first let's go to Greg Jarrett Bloomberg news for a Bloomberg business slash right of all stocks about come off earlier losses as a rally in tech shares offset concern over stretched valuations and economic prospects treasuries or AFP tax stocks that outperform example declined on news that the company is preparing to announce a shift to its own main processors instead of Intel in mac computers we look at the numbers every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day apple by the way is up two and a half percent at three forty one seventy the S. and P. five hundred is down seven tenths of a percent down twenty to the the Dow is down nine tenths percent down two hundred forty and the nasdaq is up a quarter of a percent of twenty three ten years up seventeen thirty seconds mobile point eight one percent West Texas intermediate crude is down four tenths of percent thirty eight oh six a barrel public schools up one point one percent at seventeen twenty four seventy an ounce the dollar yen one of seven seventy one the euro to dollar thirteen sixty one of the British pound a dollar twenty seven forty one I had scratching rally in the shares of hertz global holdings lost some steam today sending stocks lower for the first time in four trading sessions the struggling car rental company quickly tumbled thirty nine percent in the first fifteen minutes supporting the rally briefly for a four point nine percent in the stock right now is down eight percent that's a Bloomberg business slash I'm Greg Jerry this is Bloomberg markets with Paul Sweeney and funny Quinn on Bloomberg radio moving to a slightly different.

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"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Then the NHL than the NC double a tournament now even the masters all postponing or canceling events in the wake of the coronavirus we'll see what it means for the business of sport we'll take a look at that but first let's go to Greg Jarrett Bloomberg news for a Bloomberg business slash Greg would have helped let's not forget the English premier league as well they have said that they're gonna stop playing until at least early April and then they'll reassess and now president Donald Trump says he plans to declare a national emergency today over the corona virus outbreak that news conference is anticipated at three PM Wall Street time we've invoking the Stafford act according to sources to open the door to more federal aid for states and municipalities and when that news broke stocks began to back off games by how much well the Dow was up well over a thousand at the open now it's only up to a little over three hundred James Bevin CCL investment management tells Bloomberg uncertainty is the biggest enemy of investors here we really don't know enough about festivals the progress the virus itself the pop secondly more importantly what happens to the fear of participants in market seven forty six I think it's gonna be a significant focus some of their first instinct that central banks and governments well it was last fifteen seconds stocks really came off their highs S. and P. five hundred is now up one point three percent up thirty three the Dow as I said was well up well over a thousand it's out of two hundred thirty six or one point one percent the nasdaq is up one and a quarter percent of ninety the ten year is currently down eighteen thirty seconds will be of a point eight six percent West Texas intermediate had been in the green all morning long now it's down a tenth of a percent thirty one forty six a barrel comex gold is down one point six percent at fifteen sixty five fifty per ounce the dollar yen is at one oh six seventy seven euro dollar eleven sixteen and the British pound a dollar twenty four ninety three we just got a red headline the Trudeau government in Canada says they're seeking advice on a stimulus package that's a Bloomberg business slash Bloomberg markets continues with Lisa Abramowicz and pulse with thank you so much Greg there is a question of what to do with bond yields this low given the fact also that they are acting is something you sell in a market that is often Pingry that we've seen yesterday and on Monday in other words we saw yields rise even.

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Scout24 Gets $5.5 Billion Boost to Rival Axel Springer, EBay

Bloomberg Daybreak Weekend

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Scout24 Gets $5.5 Billion Boost to Rival Axel Springer, EBay

"Germany's scout twenty four received a five and a half billion dollar boost from to US private equity firms as it battles Axel Springer and EBay for dominance of Europe's online classifieds market. Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett reports the sweeten forty six year share bid from Hellman and Friedman and Blackstone group which gives scout twenty four and equity value of four point nine billion euros will help the company better challenge rivals and grow across Europe. This according to scout twenty four chief executive officer Tobias Hartmann, Greg Jarrett, Bloomberg radio

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"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I'm Greg Jarrett. Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. It's two oh nine the acting White House. Chief of staff says President Trump is prepared for another government shutdown in three weeks if congress won't work with him to secure the southern border. Mick Mulvaney, says the president doesn't want to see federal agencies closed again and doesn't want to declare a national emergency either. But adds he will if he has to democratic New York democratic congressman Hakeem Jeffries tells NBC's meet the press a wall is not the solution. What we want to support over the next few weeks is twenty-first-century border security. So we're willing to invest in additional infrastructure, particularly as it relates to our legal ports of entry. We're willing to invest in personnel. Until invest in additional technology. Florida Republican Senator Marco Rubio says he's eager to help broker a deal on border security as the clock ticks down telling CNN tackling the issue will allow the White House to advance to other more pressing immigration concerns. People will be surprised at how much is White House is willing to do maybe not as far as the Democrats want to go, but how much certainty they're willing to provide people under Dr under TPS people that have been here for a long time, but aren't criminals, well, they need tell CBS's face the nation. Some Democrats agree with the president's plan to better secure the border, but says they couldn't work with the White House as long as there was a government shutdown in place. The National Park Service says it's reopening parks in Boston. Now that the shutdown is over the park service says operations will be limited at Boston national historical park, the Boston African American national historical site and the Boston Harbor islands state and national park through today. But the park should be running on their regular winter schedule starting tomorrow. Roger stone is making more of the media rounds. President Trump's longtime adviser arrested in a dramatic FBI raid on his Florida home before dawn on Friday tells ABC's this week the whole thing was designed to be over the top was an expensive show a force to try to depict me as public enemy number one. The OJ attempt to poison the jury pool, it's these Gestapo tactics. Stone appearing on CNN says F B I agents, terrorized his wife and dogs California Democratic congressman and former prosecutor Adam Schiff says stone is trying to blow smoke is presumed innocent, but these are very specific allegations of lies and witness intimidation. They're matters that will be easily provable. These are not ambiguous statements. They're very detailed stone will appear in DC federal court on Tuesday of charges of lying to congress and witness tampering in connection with the special counsel Russia investigation. It's to eleven we turn out WBZ's, Charlie. I'm sorry. WBZ's Charlie bird. On Amazon Charlie Sherman. I'll answer to either. Anyway, you both job checking sports return to you. Now. All right, gar was the patriots head to Atlanta today and get a week of prep in for Super Bowl fifty three. Let's go back to where it all began January fourth two thousand Bill Belichick head coach of the New York Jets for one day, he resigns it was on this date nineteen years ago today, Bill Belichick came to Foxborough put that New York minute in the past. That's all behind me on tremendously excited to be here to be a part of the New England Patriots organization. This is a first class operation. I've had a outstanding experience in one thousand nine hundred eighty six when I was here with the patriots. And and with Robert, and I'm thrilled to be part of this organization, and and to be able to have the opportunity to lead this team, and that's their he's done that he leads his patriots to a.

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"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Greg Jarrett. Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. It's three oh nine. The White House says US troops will not leave north eastern Syria until the last vestiges of ISIS are gone American allied. Kurdish fighters are protected to that's sick. Pause to the withdrawal abruptly announced by President Trump last month and initially expected to be completed within weeks House Republican conference chair Liz Cheney of Wyoming, reinforced her position in an appearance on ABC's. This week said that the administration that the United States should not pull out of Syria. I've been very hopeful as I've seen reports that we are now going to slow that down national security adviser John Bolton in Israel meeting. With Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says there is no firm timetable to pull US troops out of Syria. Iran says it wants to make the US well aware of its military capability. Iran says it plans to deploy warships close to America's Atlantic territorial waters to counter the presence of US aircraft carriers in the Gulf a senior Iranian. Naval officials says the move in March is intended to wave the flag of Iran, and secure shipping. Routes vessels taking part will include a destroyer equipped with helicopters service to air missiles, and anti aircraft guns. The announcement comes after secretary of state Pompeo warns Iran not to launch a number of satellites. Larry Miller CBS news Senator Warren is just about done with what's likely her first presidential campaign. Swing through the first in the nation caucus state of Iowa political reporter Bryon fun and steel with the Des Moines Register has been traveling with Warren and says it's been standing-room-only. I wins really eager to hear from her. We've seen a lot of the potential twenty twenty candidates over the last several months Senator Warren is one of the few who had not made it a head of the midterms. I think people were really excited to hear from her for the first time for this presidential cycle and to kind of get offense at what she has today. You know, a lot of people still have some questions Iowans are known for kind of holding out until the very end. Dr they've had a chance to hear from everyone and tried to that candidate the Iowa trip comes after Warren announced the formation of a presidential exploratory committee and named key political. Staff hires with IRA campaign credentials, many times, former San Antonio, Texas, mayor Julian Castro is planning events in Iowa and Nevada this week as he prepares to make an announcement about his presidential plans. Castro appearing on ABC's this week talked about what's driving a whole bunch of people that feel a tremendous difference in terms of the leadership that we had under Barack Obama versus the lack of leadership, and the total disaster that we have under Donald Trump Castro also served as HUD secretary under President Obama and was the youngest member of the Obama cabinet Castro had endorsed Hillary Clinton in the two thousand sixteen presidential election and campaign for her in Iowa. It's three twelve we turn it over now to WBZ's Chris Fhimah with a look at sports second half in the AFC wildcard game Garo, but we'll start off with the Celtics. And this team seems to be on the mend is both. Kyrie Irving and Marcus Morris were full participants. In today's practice Morris now probable for tomorrow's game against. Brooklyn. Rob Williams, also a greater good news to Gordon Hayward who acknowledges that things work differently. With a depleted roster.

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"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To Greg Jarrett. Bloomberg business flash, Greg. Why thank you, Lisa stocks. Extend the sell off traders are taking a grim view of the outlook for global growth and a potential escalation of tensions between Washington and Beijing, the pound is weaker as Theresa May delays that crucial. Brexit vote sentiment in financial markets has been fragile and wish in recent weeks as traders gauge, whether the Federal Reserve will slow it's tightening path amid lingering trade warfares, Richard Turnhill BlackRock global chief investment strategist tells Bloomberg with the world entering a late cycle slowdown. Phase investors need to diversify. Now, Reverend little difficulty there. Try it again. Still not working. But we do check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day here on Bloomberg radio. S and P five hundred is down. One point four percent down thirty seven. The Dow's down. One point six percent down four hundred two now, the NASDAQ's down eight tenths of a percent down fifty eight the ten years up three thirty seconds. The yield is two point eight two percent. West Texas intermediate. Crude oil is down one point nine percent of fifty one sixty three a barrel. Comex gold down a tenth of a percent at twelve fifty one even per ounce. The dollar yen is at one twelve ninety one the euro, a dollar thirteen seventy seven the British crowded dollar twenty five twenty six Verizon says ten thousand four hundred people's are about six point eight percent of its total staff were accepted for voluntary buyouts is the company looks to trim ten billion dollars from costs and retool for five G wireless technology for results down one point two percent. That's a Bloomberg business flash. Bloomberg markets continues on Bloomberg radio with Lisa.

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"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Trails descent as the Republican candidate for governor the results in both races fell within the margin that by law triggers, a recount, the state of Florida, the new results are due. No later than Thursday afternoon. And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters. Opec members are meeting this weekend in Abu Dhabi this as crude oil prices fell for a tenth day in a row yesterday. Benchmark crude fell to sixty dollars nineteen cents a barrel in New York. Its lowest in almost eight months. Crude has tumbled twenty one percent since October third and they'd worries over a global oil surplus, even so today, the Saudi energy minister said it's too premature to discuss output cuts. Alibaba group holding log to one point forty four billion dollars worth of sales volume in the opening minutes of its annual singles day extravaganza today that outpaced last year's start the annual retail celebration, originally dedicated to China's single people has become an important bellwether not just for Alibaba group, but also for China White House trade advisor, Peter Navarro warned Wall Street, bankers and hedge fund managers to back down from their push for president. Donald Trump to strike a quick trade deal with China's Xi Jinping Navarro's comments came in a speech at the center for strategic and international studies in Washington yesterday, Navarro said investors should be redirecting their money into helping rebuild areas. Hit by manufacturing job losses. Ford could be close to getting junked again. Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett explains at least that's what the bond market is saying the company's debt is trading like it's speculative grade as investors are concerned about how higher steel tariffs and slowing sales will way on its profits. Ford is rated one step above junk by Moody's Investors Service in two steps by SNP global ratings. Greg Jarrett, Bloomberg radio, and it was an on Wall Street with the S and P five hundred rising two point one percent. The Dow up two point eight percent and the NASDAQ up seven tenths of one percent this week global news twenty four hours a day on air and at ticked up on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg..

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"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters in a tweet US secretary of state. Mike Pompeo says, he's deeply concerned about reports that Iran is moving ballistic missiles into Iraq. Pompeo calls it a gross violation of Iraqi sovereignty and a breach of a UN resolution pump. HALE was responding to a Reuters report that Iran had provided missiles to Shiite proxies in Iraq. In the past few months, Iran's oil. Exports are tumbling again as the country's key buyers in Asia, take fewer cargoes. This all in the weeks before US sanctions take their full effect. Pressure is growing on buyers of Iran's. Crude after President, Donald Trump announced in may that sanctions would be fully reimposed by November. Fourth, if you're trying to figure out where to spend that extra dollar as the bull run for US equities rages on one veteran money manager says, try some unloved consumer Staples socks, and tobacco companies dishing out dividends. Bloomberg's, Greg Jarrett reports stocks with. Higher. Valuation such as, tech pay low dividends have been trouncing cheap equities with big payouts but. That, may be about to change according to Ben Lofthouse Janice Henderson valuation gap is now so stark driving him to companies like General Motors with an, expected dividend yield of more than, double the s. and p. five. Hundred, average Greg Jarrett Bloomberg radio The Irish rock band, u two had to cancel a concert in Berlin, after, singer Bono lost his voice, during the performance the band said on its website late Saturday night that we don't know what has happened and we are taking medical advice this newscast was brought. To you by. Sector spider ATF's. Why a single stock when you can invest in the entire sector, visit sector SPD's dot com or call one eight six six sector t.f global news twenty, four hours a day on air and ticked up on Twitter powered by. More than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg you're listening to CBS Sunday morning with Jane. Pauley on. Bloomberg radio Jane Pauley.

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Pompeo Concerned by Reports of Iran Moving Missiles to Iraq

00:18 sec | 3 years ago

Pompeo Concerned by Reports of Iran Moving Missiles to Iraq

"Iran's oil. Exports are tumbling again as the country's key buyers in Asia, take fewer cargoes. This all in the weeks before US sanctions take their full effect. Pressure is growing on buyers of Iran's. Crude after President, Donald Trump announced in may that sanctions would be fully reimposed by November. Fourth,

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"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Started, today at carbonite dot, com now with body of Senator John McCain will be buried in the cemetery of the US naval, academy in Annapolis, Maryland this, afternoon the late. Senator's, longtime friend eight and co author Mark Salter says McCain will be laid to rest at the place. Where his life of service began he's kind of Buried next to his one of, his oldest friends, who was, a four star. Admiral, cincpac twice superintendent naval academy Chuck Larson his classmate at the naval academy this day they were a. Real odd couple Admiral Larson had purchased four four plots one for he and his wife and one for Johnson looking looking died August twenty fifth after a long battle. With brain cancer he was eighty one at least thirteen people have been injured and two others are missing after to recreational. Boats collided head on last night on the Colorado river near the California border. And the investigation, continues into what may have caused a truck to crash into a greyhound. Bus in New Mexico on Thursday Christopher Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters in a tweet. US secretary of state Mike Pompeo says he's deeply concerned about reports that Iran is moving ballistic missiles. Into Iraq Pompeo calls it, a gross. Violation of Iraqi sovereignty and a breach of a UN resolution palm HALE was responding to a Reuters report that Iran had provided missiles to Shiite proxies in, Iraq, in the, past few, months Iran's oil exports are tumbling. Again as. The country's key buyers in Asia Take fewer cargoes. This, all in the weeks before US sanctions. Take their full effect pressure is growing on buyers of Iran's crude after President Donald Trump announced in may that sanctions would be fully reimposed by November fourth if you're trying to figure. Out where to spend that extra dollar as the bull run for US equities rages on one veteran money manager says try. Some unloved consumer Staples stocks and tobacco companies dishing out dividends Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett. Reports stocks with, higher valuation such as tech that pay low dividends have been trouncing cheap. Equities with big payouts but that may be about to change according to Ben Lofthouse of. Janice Henderson valuation gap is now so stark than striving him to companies like General Motors with an. Expected dividend yield of more, than double. The s. and p. five hundred average Greg Jarrett Bloomberg radio The Irish rock band you U2. had to cancel. A concert in Berlin after, singer Bono lost his voice during the performance the band said on its website late Saturday night that we don't know what has happened..

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"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Other basic supplies I'm Christopher cruise And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters China's on buying insurance. Group is looking to sell a portfolio of luxury hotels that, it acquired for five and. A half billion dollars just two years ago that according. To the Wall Street Journal setting unidentified people, familiar with the matter the journal. Reports an unidentified spokesman. As saying an effort to sell the hotels was quote pure market speculation in a tweet Tesla's CEO Elon Musk says changing the way he works is not an option mosque was responding to Uber technologies board member Ariana Huffington an open letter from Huffington to musk accused him of quote demonstrating a wildly outdated anti-scientific and horribly inefficient way of using human energy it follows an interview with the New York Times last week in which mosque said he'd just been through the most difficult and painful year of his career in the race to meet tesla production targets tesla shares plunged eight point nine. Percent on Friday Mosque sparked controversy by tweeting August seventh that he had funding secured to take tesla private the company later. Received a subpoena from the SEC over the tweet the biggest US asset managers are going, head to head to win a piece of. A one and, a half trillion dollar corporate cash comeback Bloomberg's Greg. Jarrett reports on what that means, that's the some companies are expected to bring on shore under, the US tax overhaul, passed last year according to Invesco estimates about four hundred billion has already. Been repatriated according to the firm overseas at least one major asset managers losing out as a result of the changes Cisco systems yanked five billion euros from deutchebanks asset management arm WS group in recent, quarters as it repatriated profits, Greg Jarrett Bloomberg radio Global news twenty four hours a day on air and it ticked up on. Twitter powered by, more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna, Palmer, this..

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"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Paroled soon I'm Christopher cruise And I'm Susanna. Palmer from Bloomberg. World headquarters China's, on buying insurance. Group is looking to sell a portfolio. Of luxury hotels that it acquired for, five and a half billion dollars just two years ago that according to the Wall Street. Journal, setting unidentified people familiar with the matter the journal, reports an unidentified unveiling spokesman as saying an effort to sell the hotels was quote pure market speculation in a tweet Tesla's CEO Elon Musk says changing the. Way he, works is not an option musk was responding to Uber technologies board member area Huffington an open letter from Huffington to musk accused him of quote demonstrating a wildly outdated. Anti-scientific and horribly inefficient way of. Using human energy it follows an interview with the New York Times last week. In which mosque. Said he'd just been through the most difficult and painful year of his career in the race. To meet tesla production targets tesla shares. Plunged eight point Nine percent on Friday mosque sparked controversy by tweeting August seventh that he had funding secured to take tesla private the company later received a subpoena. From the SEC over the tweet the biggest US asset managers are going head to head to, win a piece of a one and a. Half trillion dollar, corporate cash comeback Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett reports on what. That means that's the some companies, are expected to bring on shore under the US tax overhaul, passed last year according, to Invesco estimates about four hundred billion has already been repatriated according to. The firm overseas at least one major asset managers losing out as a result of the changes Cisco systems yanked five billion euros from deutchebanks asset management arm WS group in recent quarters as it repatriated, profits Greg Jarrett Bloomberg radio Global news twenty four hours a day on air and it ticked up on. Twitter powered by, more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna, Palmer, this. Is Bloomberg You're..

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Texas jury finds Toyota negligent in accident, awards $242 million to family

Masters in Business

00:27 sec | 3 years ago

Texas jury finds Toyota negligent in accident, awards $242 million to family

"And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg. World headquarters German magazine Spiegel reports. Dime lawyer. AG might be forced to recall as many as seven hundred thousand diesel-powered, cars throughout Europe in which emissions cheating devices have been detected Spiegel cited a reported obtained from the German federal motor, transport agency the report lists twenty four models including the small Mercedes-Benz c class the high end s class some

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"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:42 min | 3 years ago

"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Three tenths. Of a percent down, twenty, four the ten. Year, is up three. Thirty seconds we'll, be able to two point eight MC. That two point eight five percent west Texas Intermediate's up, one, point one percent at, sixty six seventeen a barrel COMEX gold's, up a tenth of a percent at eleven thousand five forty. A barrel the dollar-yen stands at one ten forty five euros at a dollar. Fourteen fourteen the British pound dollar, twenty seven thirty four. Foot seas down three tenths of a percent that action Germany's down four tenths of a percent and so is the CAC in. Paris as you heard earlier from, Lisa President, Trump says he's asked the. Securities and Exchange Commission to study ending quarterly reporting, for US businesses in order to ease. Regulations and spur growth wants to go to six months we'll hear on more on that coming up in Bloomberg markets that's a Bloomberg business flash I'm Greg Jarrett Bloomberg. Markets continues with Lisa Abramowicz thank you so much Greg Jarrett joining us now Dave Wilson Bloomberg stocks editor columnist. And blogger at mlive go on the Bloomberg. Also we have been Bain with us, because he is the SEC, reporter for, Bloomberg and, certainly driving a lot of chatter if not perhaps market action this. Morning has been President Trump's proposal to move corporate reporting to a six month basis. Rather than quarterly one and I want to start with Ben actually. And I won't get you in one second Dave but Ben I want to start with you how sort of wild is this idea and how likely would it be that the SEC would. Move fairly quickly to try to study this and, come up with some kind of proposal nothing moves too quickly at the at the SEC on but I mean it's not it's not something that's that that's unheard. Of at least with kind of business intrigue groups you know. The argument has been for a while that. Companies have to spend too much. Time focusing on meeting, analysts, estimates every quarter. They, have to You know kind of play to those numbers if. He will and and think. More short term so it's something business and trade groups have wanted for a while that said on to my knowledge, the SEC, has never really seriously kind of dove into this would be it would be a change it would be the kind of change. That would certainly be controversial and subject to, a lot of debate on and again I, don't, think it's, anything that would would happen you know terribly quickly when he SEC proposes? And then passes a rule that that takes months and sometimes you can take years but it's you know it's definitely is notable for a bunch. Of reasons certainly because you know this is you know. This is the, Trump administration. Even though the season independent. Agency you have the president out there today saying something that. He says, a business leader talked him about so you know you have a kind of a deregulatory environment in Washington and this is really the first Time that the president has gone out on Twitter. Early in the morning like you, often doesn't, mention the, SEC so it's something that's on his mind and. It's, something we're paying, attention to, for that, reason and Bain thank you, so much for being with us, and for that update Ben Bain SEC reporter for Bloomberg news tables and come on in here and. Are you hearing, anything from analysts or investors about this idea and whether, or not they're actually for it Well at this point it really is sort of the corporate, executives against the analysts to some extent I mean you look at our reporting, it points out, Warren Buffett over Berkshire Hathaway Jamie diamond and j. p. Morgan Chase urge companies to stop coming out with quarterly earnings guidance earlier this, year and you know that's the issue it's not just the reporting schedule, which by the way. Has been in place since the nineteen seventies it's the idea that companies have to set these financial targets or, at least feel like they do and. Then kind of push analysts along the, way and either they beat projections come up short heck every day. I'm talking about Ernie's and it's relative to. The estimates that you, really measure, how a company's doing in many cases at least not just. Looking at the top line of the bottom line seeing how it's changing so that is as much as anything What the. Issue is, that it's being defined here, yeah and we'll have more on this Arthur Levitt the former SEC chair will be, joining us in the next hour to talk a little bit more about. This Dave I'd, love to get. Your sense of some of the, movers underpinning the market I think it's really interesting today that the. Weakness is being driven by the NASDAQ and Invidia obviously is a big part of this but what, are you seeing there is a big part of it because it turns out, that the crypto currency is no longer going to help their results the whole idea that they've been able to sell chips that go into these wigs, you might call them that people use to mine bitcoin and its peers, computerized rigs this is. Not the traditional on we're not talking You know people tend to talk about them as rigs but any. Case third quarter revenue estimate came up short of what analysts were looking we're talking about. Company guidance that, he was a perfect example the video isn't even. The, worst performer and the s. and p. five. Hundred today that would be Applied Materials which is down at the moment eight and a half percent because they. Came. Out and suggest that third quarter sales are going to be lower than analysts. Are looking for and it's about customers cutting back on spending that becomes a concern here and it's not just Applied Materials it's down, either since it's the biggest maker of chip production equipment it's sort of a bellwether for the industry and so you look at the s. and p. five. Hundred and you see there's KOA ten core down three percent and Lam research down. Three and a half percent so that industry three of the four biggest. Declines in. The s. and p. five hundred. The fourth one Being in video I do. Think it's interesting stay the dollar is weakening a little bit. Even though versus the lira it's strengthening because lira's could fall out of bed as tensions are ongoing with the US and Turkey I'm just wondering what you're seeing on that side especially since that's been driving arguably a lot of the action the commodity space where we've seen metals falling out of bed and you're seeing a little. Bit of reprieve nah today because of the dollar well the. Way that I keep track bath to pick one investment is the. I shares NS Turkey exchange traded fund with. A ticker t. you are it's down today I mean it's. Not an exceptional, move by recent standards at least it's lower by about four percent hold on a second. I just have to say that's exceptional in and of itself it's not down exceptionally down. Four percents nothing When you consider this week you know you. Had an eleven. Percent loss, on Monday and eleven percent gain on Tuesday. I mean that's the way things have been. Going you know let's. Face it emerging markets tend to be more volatile period and. We've certainly seen that show up in, Turkey Meanwhile, the. Down and presumably some of, the American, depositary receipts circus companies. Are too I mean it's not something that suggests there's any kind of full blown panic at. The moment, no it's definitely a quieter moment moment despite. President Trump's Twitter feed otherwise the. Tone is a lot calmer virtually flat bark it. Really, aka summer. Friday Dave Wilson there you have it, I. Hope. You have a wonderful weekend and enjoy the reprieve from some of the sultry weather. Dave Wilson, Bloomberg stocks editor columnist and blogger. At mlive go on the Bloomberg right now let's head over toward.

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"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With tourists at least. Twelve people died when a quake hit the same island a week ago I'm Christopher cruise and I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters of forty, two billion dollar merger to create what, would become the world's largest gas. Producer is facing an unexpected hurdle from the US antitrust regulator that could derail the deal the Federal. Trade Commission indicated, it wants, Germany's Lind and Danbury Connecticut-based Praxair to sell more assets before it approves, their, deal that's according to lend. It, today in a statement to the markets will ended noted a higher likelihood that the requirement May push total asset disposals to beyond what would be acceptable to it in the merger deal playing hardball. With China on trade is working that according to President Donald Trump last night in Ohio he told supporters at a rally. That China is looking at a dropping Chinese stock market as a result of tariffs and is quote talking to us Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing which makes. Chips for the iphone and other devices detailed it's progress in recovering from. A, computer virus in an E. Mail TSMC said that eighty percent of the fabrication tools affected. By a virus outbreak on Friday had been restored and that it expects full recovery tomorrow the Taiwanese company said the incident would delay, shipments and warned of reduced revenue ins meds long drug is to face FDA questions. This week. On safety, and efficacy, Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett reports in spreads Allah says a proposed treatment for adult patients with non tuberculosis. Myo 'Bacterial lung disease caused by Myo 'Bacterial Avium complex will face questions on the drug safety in relation to its effect on Tuesday the FDA panelists to discuss the drugs, clinical benefit evidence of its effectiveness, and safety Greg Jarrett Bloomberg radio global news twenty four hours a day on air hand picked up on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred Journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this. Is Bloomberg This, is Bloomberg opinion, on Bloomberg. Radio bring you news comments and insights from. Bloomberg opinions worldwide team of editors and columnists I'm June Grosso coming up on the show a look at the gerrymandering wars already underway. For the midterm elections also on the show how starbuck. Sees its future outside high-cost cities but first experts have long been warning.

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Linde-Praxair $42 billion merger threatened by FTC demand

02:31 min | 3 years ago

Linde-Praxair $42 billion merger threatened by FTC demand

"With tourists at least. Twelve people died when a quake hit the same island a week ago I'm Christopher cruise and I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters of forty, two billion dollar merger to create what, would become the world's largest gas. Producer is facing an unexpected hurdle from the US antitrust regulator that could derail the deal the Federal. Trade Commission indicated, it wants, Germany's Lind and Danbury Connecticut-based Praxair to sell more assets before it approves, their, deal that's according to lend. It, today in a statement to the markets will ended noted a higher likelihood that the requirement May push total asset disposals to beyond what would be acceptable to it in the merger deal playing hardball. With China on trade is working that according to President Donald Trump last night in Ohio he told supporters at a rally. That China is looking at a dropping Chinese stock market as a result of tariffs and is quote talking to us Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing which makes. Chips for the iphone and other devices detailed it's progress in recovering from. A, computer virus in an E. Mail TSMC said that eighty percent of the fabrication tools affected. By a virus outbreak on Friday had been restored and that it expects full recovery tomorrow the Taiwanese company said the incident would delay, shipments and warned of reduced revenue ins meds long drug is to face FDA questions. This week. On safety, and efficacy, Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett reports in spreads Allah says a proposed treatment for adult patients with non tuberculosis. Myo 'Bacterial lung disease caused by Myo 'Bacterial Avium complex will face questions on the drug safety in relation to its effect on Tuesday the FDA panelists to discuss the drugs, clinical benefit evidence of its effectiveness, and safety Greg Jarrett Bloomberg radio global news twenty four hours a day on air hand picked up on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred Journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this. Is Bloomberg This, is Bloomberg opinion, on Bloomberg. Radio bring you news comments and insights from. Bloomberg opinions worldwide team of editors and columnists I'm June Grosso coming up on the show a look at the gerrymandering wars already underway. For the midterm elections also on the show how starbuck. Sees its future outside high-cost cities but first experts have long been warning.

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"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Perez says. The prosecution also believes the accountants were lied to we. Heard from two, of my Paul manafort's accountants and both testified that he did not disclose to them that he owned these foreign Bank, accounts of the government says we're. Simply money that he stashed away sixteen billion dollars that he got paid. Over the years from Ukrainian oligarchs in Ukrainian government people that he was working for the account now says she, regrets her role in creating fraudulent documents I'm Christopher cruise And I'm, Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg. World headquarters Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway said today it's insurance operations helped to power a sixty seven, percent surge in second quarter operating profit this. As things improved, after twenty-seven teens hurricanes led to the first annual, underwriting loss at Berkshire in more than a, decade operating profit rose to six point eighty nine billion dollars. From four point, twelve billion a, year ago net income almost tripled to twelve point. Zero one billion from four point twenty, six billion dollars as we've been reporting China says it's poised to impose retaliatory tariffs on sixty billion dollars worth of US imports, that's goes ahead with its latest trade threat the items that would be targeted include coffee Honey and industrial chemicals a computer virus attacked Taiwan Semiconductor last night TSMC is the. Only maker of the main processor for apple iphones TSMC. Said it was Not. Caused by a hacker and was contained and. A solution was found a massive wrong way. Bet on bitcoin left an unidentified futures, trader unable to cover losses burning counterparties and threatening to dent confidence in one of the world's largest crypto currency venues Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett reports the long position. In bitcoin futures list on, a Hong Kong based exchange had a notional. Value of about four hundred sixteen billion dollars according. To an okay statement. And data compiled by Bloomberg okay ex moved to liquidate the position but the exchange was. Unable to cover the traders shortfall as bitcoins. Price slumped because okc x. as a socialized, clawback, policy for such. Instances it will force futures traders. With unrealised gains this week to give up about eighteen percent of their profits. Greg Jarrett Bloomberg radio Global news twenty, four hours a day on air and picked up on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna. Palmer this. Is Bloomberg This is Bloomberg business week in Chile from Bloomberg, radio friendless first.

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Trump administration eyes capital gains tax cut for wealthy

24 Hour News

04:17 min | 3 years ago

Trump administration eyes capital gains tax cut for wealthy

"Be in Tokyo Kathleen Hays Bloomberg daybreak global bonds are rallying after that announcement from the b. o. j. treasuries are. Gaining while French bonds a lead the charge in Europe the yen meanwhile touching its weakest. Level in a week currently trading, at one eleven point four. Nine on the economic front Japan's factory output. Declined in June for the second straight month that adds to. Concerns about the, strength of, the economy on the heels of the b. o. j. decision meanwhile in, China the official factory gauge for July shows domestic. And external pressures weighing on the economy Bloomberg's Tom, MacKenzie reports from Beijing manufacturing PM I missed estimates falling. From fifty. One point five to. Fifty one point two new order slumped while input and output prices dropped the sex is, being squeezed by a double whammy of. De leveraging and a trade war that sapping demand in Beijing Thomas Kenzi Bloomberg daybreak Tom thanks. The euro area's economic expansion entered a, sixth year in the second quarter although growth unexpectedly slowed to just three tenths Of a percent that is the weakest level in two years at the same. Time, inflation in, the euro area accelerated to two point one percent in July largely driven by stronger. Energy, prices on the earnings Ron, shares of. Credit sweetser higher by one and a half percent in Zurich the Swiss, Bank added more than, nine billion dollars and net new. Assets in the three months through June with gains in private banking offsetting weakness in trading Credit Suisse CEO John spoke. At Bloomberg following the, results, core. Performance is driven by the wealth management which is a much more stable. And much more predictable agreeing very nicely sober Validity of the wool market Credit. Suisse is the third in the third year of its turnaround. Plan CEO John, said the banks should be able to return cash to shareholders. Once that effort is complete shares of Standard Chartered meanwhile are down about three percent in London the Bank reported pre-tax, profit the top estimates but income from trading fell. In the period the rush to get out of technology stocks spilled into Asia today shares of tencent holdings Nintendo fell following the, US slump and FANG stocks here in the US. Netflix shares dropped five, percent yesterday while Facebook fell three percent the FANG. Index has tumbled the nine percent over the past three days and that tech. Slide is an alarming sign for Morgan Stanley the firm says it's just the beginning of bigger losses to come for equities despite a. Large majority of s. and p. five hundred companies beating estimates this earning season. Equity strategist at Morgan Stanley see the biggest, correction since February on its way I made all of this apple reports earn After the close of US, trading today Greg Jarrett has a preview from the Bloomberg nine sixty newsroom in San Francisco the Cupertino California-based. Tech giant is, expected to announce fiscal third quarter revenue of fifty two. Point three billion dollars according to analysts estimates compiled, by Bloomberg that's in line with the company's. Reaching forecast and translates to your over your, revenue growth of about fifteen percent that would. Be the strongest grapples June quarters since two thousand fifteen analysts say, higher iphone average selling. Prices increased services revenue and unit sales growth for the apple watch should. Drive the expansion in San Francisco I'm Greg Jarrett Bloomberg daybreak. Thanks Greg let's turn to the White House now where the Trump administration. May be considering another tax cut in this time congress wouldn't. Be involved Bloomberg's, John Tucker joins us live with the details good morning John. Mason the New York Times says the administration is considering bypassing congress to deliver one hundred billion dollar capital gains tax, cut capital gains were left untouched to the one. And a half trillion dollar tax law that President Trump's side last. Year the paper says the, treasury department is, studying whether it could use, its regulatory powers to allow Merican to account for inflation in determining capital gains tax liabilities. By at least one estimate. Index, in. Capital gains to inflation would reduce government revenues by one hundred two billion dollars over ten years John Tucker Bloomberg. Daybreak all right John. Thank, you s and p futures are up about. Four points. This morning. Dow futures up ten NASDAQ, futures up eight and a ten year treasury up six thirty seconds yield two point nine four percent straight ahead we have the latest world and national news and this is Bloomberg.

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"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Mobile devices alphabet parent of Google up by three tenths of one, percent recapping US, equities mixed SNP up flora gain near of two tenths of one percent I'm Charlie pelletan that is a Bloomberg business flash, Charlie thank you well during the two thousand sixteen election Alabama Republican Representative Martha Roby, was one of the, first lawmakers to withdraw support from President Trump after the access Hollywood tape, was released now, with the support of the president she has won the midterm primary in, Alabama's second congressional district and she thanked the president in an interview last. Night President Trump's endorsement was certainly helpful And I appreciate the vice president's willingness to engage in this race important because we have a shared conservative agenda that we're working together to get these policies across the. Finish line for the American people Greg Jarrett Bloomberg government congressional reporter he joins us now for more on the race and the midterm primaries from our studio ninety ninety one studios in Washington so Greg dead Martha Roby Keep talking about politicians trying to. Walk back their comments did she walk back her. Her feelings her comments on the, access Hollywood tape and the president well she definitely downplayed them during the campaign didn't bring them up she was in an. Interview shortly before she. Wants she said she had no regrets but that the about her comments were that the election was long over and appeared. That the Trump administration and his allies let bygones be bygones Roby didn't have any substantive policy differences with the administration sided with Republican leaders and with the Trump administration on major. Votes the fact that vice president Pence says help assistance was also key. Along with the president Pence served with Roby in the house and has close ties to the house members there the House Republican leadership made sure Roby was well funded and her opponent. Bobby bright was a former. Democratic, congressman. Who struggled to raise. Money and also had the misfortune of having voted for Nancy Pelosi when he was in his one term in the house. I can't think of anything That. Would be a bigger black Mark in a Republican primary than to have. A vote for Nancy Pelosi who is certainly someone the Republicans like to attack so she won overwhelmingly by two to one margin yeah I'd imagine that is the case particularly in a. Deep red states like Alabama Put this in comparison and contrast to the other major race that we've seen in Alabama this election cycle that fire for the special election to fill a former Senator now attorney general Jeff Sessions seat I mean ala Bama has been a pretty significant. Focus in the cycle that's right the Robie race. Was, not the first time that the, president decided to Wade into Alabama, politics after In Alabama US Senate special election to replace. Jeff Sessions the president initially supported the election of Luther strange who had been, appointed to succeed Jeff Sessions he was defeated in a runoff by, ROY Moore the controversial former states state supreme court chief Justice who then had Trump support, and went on to lose, the election to democrat Doug Jones so Trump was singed there a couple of times you've. Been on the loser both times so I suppose there was some risks with the president waiting into this race. But with, Trump's support and with the vice president with the House Republican. Leadership Roby. Didn't have the same kind of baggage that Luther strange ROY Moore had and she won going away Nathan I know you agree. That nobody follows this better or closer Greg so Greg. Give us your congressional midterm primaries scorecard where do, things stand, now well, it it certainly, shaped, parties for both parties yeah it's certainly shaping up to be a highly competitive race for control. Of the house I think the, most recent development July is sort of a slow month when it comes to primary so we can sort of. Sit back and look at what's happened at at roughly the halfway point of the year a. Lot of candidates have the candidates had to reveal, their fundraising totals for this your second, quarter and we see that you know Republican incumbents are very well funded but so are dozens of. Democratic challengers it you don't really need more money to win the election you just need. Enough and we're going to see you know house races dozens of them well, into the seven figures of spending Democrats still have a decent chance, of winning control the house it's far from a sure bet but they are putting dozens, more districts into play in Creating a much larger universe of competitive seats and they, have..

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Trump, names EU, Russia, China as possible foes of US

Yankees Baseball (Air Only)

02:12 min | 3 years ago

Trump, names EU, Russia, China as possible foes of US

"Joe conviction defeated kevin anderson for his fourth wimbledon crown his thirteenth grand slam title president trump 'till cbs news the democrats should take blame for the hacking don't by russia during the two thousand sixteen campaign this was during the obama administration they were doing whatever it was during the obama administration and i heard that they were trying or people were trying to hack into the rnc to the republican national committee but we had much better defenses i've been told that by a number of people we had much better defensive so they couldn't tomorrow the president meets with russian president vladimir putin trump says nothing bad will come from the meeting he says maybe even some good will come from mike moss and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters president donald trump named the european union as a foe of the us in an interview following a contentious meeting last week with nato allies as to name the us biggest foe globally in an interview conducted yesterday and air today on cbs face the nation trump turned first to the eu naming it an enemy regarding trade issues trump also said russia and china were foes in certain respects people familiar with the matter say engine maker rolls royce holdings plans to offer airlines maintenance credits limiting direct compensation for grounding boeing seven hundred seven planes this in a bid to minimize the impact of unexpected where issues on cash flow the peoples that under the offer airlines would benefit from reduced engine overhaul fees as well as credits for future orders after the problems with roles trent one thousand turbines led to unscheduled repair shop visits the fight against a life threatening infections suffers another blow when one of the world's biggest drugmakers waves the white flag bloomberg's greg jarrett reports novartis is the latest drug giant and antibacterial and antiviral research joining the likes of astra zeneca snowfield allergan medecine glaxosmithkline is put some antibiotics assets under review the pullback revives concern about a world in which routine infections again become lethal as bugs develop resistance to existing drugs greg jarrett bloomberg radio.

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Canada announces billions in retaliatory tariffs against US

Bloomberg Opinion

00:53 sec | 3 years ago

Canada announces billions in retaliatory tariffs against US

"Canada's about to fire back against president donald trump on its national holiday with regard to tariffs bloomberg's greg jarrett reports prime minister justin trudeau will mark canada's one hundred fifty first birthday this weekend by imposing tariffs on about fourteen point six billion us dollars worth of us imports and response to american levies on canadian steel and aluminum that went into effect a month ago trudeau's proposed tariffs on us goods kind of broad swath from steel and aluminum to whiskeys toilet paper washing machines motorboats even maple syrup the duties will be twenty five percent on steel ten percent on everything else greg jarrett bloomberg radio this newscast was brought to you by granite shares a provider of cost effective no k one commodity etf's visit granite shares dot com for more information distributor foreside fund services llc global news twenty four hours a.

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Oracle's New Licenses Sales Drop While Revenue Meets Estimates

Market Advantage

01:00 min | 3 years ago

Oracle's New Licenses Sales Drop While Revenue Meets Estimates

"Is changing its tune a little bit when it comes to what is exactly investment advice also we're going to take stock of where facebook is share still falling after the breach of information that was disclosed right now though let's go to greg jarrett bloomberg business flash greg lisa that sharp loss for facebook is pulling tech companies lower us stock indices declined right now facebook is down six and a half percent oracle set to report earnings today after the close us trading let's get a preview on that from bloomberg's jeff bellinger bloomberg intelligence says investors will likely be most interested in hearing about oracle's license and support revenue the numbers will give traders a handle on the strength of demand for the company's new bring your own license and autonomous database offerings growth in cloud revenue is expected to have slowed significantly from a year ago analysts predict oracle will post an adjusted profit of seventy two cents a share on revenue topping nine and three quarter billion dollars jeff bellinger bloomberg radio could jeff.

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"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And the ad council why of east dying what's the deal with north korea what exactly is bitcoin any way get clear concise four minute answers to these and other complex questions with bloomberg quick date hard to explain topics explain simply visit bloombergcom flash quick take what's next right now on tuesday january 23rd bloomberg's the year ahead will be making its way to davos switzerland with a must attend lunch of it offering a new and exciting addition to the world economic forum week we'll talk artificial intelligence of automation was deemed speakers such as cv jayakumar's hcl technologies joined us culture quash neither electric david winning of ebay and many more proudly sponsored by hcl technologies for more info visit bloomberglivecom bloomberg market minute the movie business is not what it used to be not even close netflixing recently reported the new will smith feature production bright by herring harry surpasses theater release blockbuster status on home tvs recent box office numbers have crept up but a nishikori who covers the settlement film industry for bloomberg says that doesn't have anything to do with more people go into the movie very being able to do that because of the advent of digital man medium and said that taxation of fate is also the proliferation of premium largeformat screens like and i max theater screen within an agency cineplex for example security says theaters you're trying to make the experience something more special taping investing a lot of money in receipt adding luxury seating recliners so your experience is much more enjoyable you can also have invented dining what's next applause button greg jarrett bloomberg.

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"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Five dollars for failure to provide adequate protection from fall hazards farmers are looking for a sign from president trump and that their issues mean as much to him as their votes to bloomberg's greg jarrett reports the farmers hope to see that sign on monday the president is scheduled to speak to the american farm bureau federation annual coverage in nashville monday the first shitting pleasure to address the group twenty six years ago to warm welcome even though there are policies his administration is pursuing that run counter to some farm interest as he approaches his first anniversary office the president struggles to fulfill campaign promise to segments of the voting base including those farmers greg jarrett bloomberg radio japanese media reports indicate north korea's international olympic committee representative said his country is likely to compete in figure skating in next month's winter olympics in south korea global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm susanna palmer this is bloomberg ripcord maybe spacing of places which support with two point two and say what your money feet where the money is flowing inside sports i'll round the goal has fast cars his engine laws samoa's bali now on paying five or ten percent what i used to paid by the whole team michael vaughan another like cut she dog which is what should get scott's arsenic county you took your brand outside of the united states how do you patrick fans around the world bloomberg business on bloomberg radio hello i'm michael barr and i'm scott soft lic over the next hour we will explore the big issues of the world of sports talk to some of the biggest players in the industry on this week's show we speak to college football playoff executive director bill lam kok but first let's look at the top stories of the week joining us is bloomberg business of sports reporter evan novi williams let's start all this talk about the problems that espn is had but they still have strong ratings what are they always said they may not be the eight hundred pound gorilla anymore but they're the seven hundred and fifty pound gorilla these days they reclaimed the spot number one top cable network and a bit of an anomaly lester does it happened without the election and they lost this what the fox news.

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"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"greg jarrett bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Media company expects to sell up to seventy five million shares ars spoke scrapped plans to create a new class of shares that would have allowed zakho burg to sell almost all his stock without losing voting control of the company that was the move that prompted a lawsuit from some shareholders poland's deputy prime minister says his country has sealed a deal with jp morgan chase to open an operational headquarters in warsaw bloomberg's greg jarrett reports the us bank which set to hire several thousand people according to the deputy prime minister joins a list of foreign lenders relocating some of their mid and back his positions poland international banks or taking advantage lower cost and the formerly communist european union member especially amid uncertainty over the uk's relative you're following brexit greg jarrett bloomberg radio a spokeswoman at jp morgan in london declined to comment people familiar with the matter say softbank the majority owner of sprint is willing to accept a stockforstock merger with tmobile us that values spent at or near its current market price britain and the european union are set to resume that negotiations next week after uk prime minister theresa may broke the stalemate in the hope that real arguments can now begin in a major speech yesterday may signalled for the first time that she'll be ready to discuss the amount of money the uk will oh to the eu when it departs the black in 2019 this newscast was brought to you by sector spdr etfs why by a single stock when you can invest in the entire sector visit sectorspdrscom or call one eight six six sector etf global news 24 hours a day powered.

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