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02:58 min | 2 years ago

"gregory cousy bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Council very much on starting in China where president Xi Jinping stressed the need to maintain political stability in an unusual meeting of the country's top leaders. In beijing. Bloomberg's currently says it signals his party is growing worried about the social implications of the slowing economy. The Chinese president's remarks contain signs of greater urgency than in the past with areas of concern, including politics on ideology, the economy and the environment. Monday's gathering was held the same day China reported its slowest quarterly economic growth since the global financial crisis in two thousand nine in Hong Kong, Karen Lee, Bloomberg daybreak Europe in US politics of Belan image. Gratien and the government shutdown could come up in the Senate as early as today. Bloomberg's Ed Baxter has the story. This comes out of a weekend of increased tweets and recriminations between President Donald Trump and house speaker Nancy Pelosi Trump calling her irrational as Republicans try to put the ball in the Democrats court with regard to blame for the shutdown. But Democrats like Senator Elizabeth Warren say open the government, and then there will be talk in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Zimbabwe's President says misconduct by security forces against people demonstrating over fuel prices rising will be investigating will be investigated rather. A human rights group says at least twelve people have been killed and dozens injured Emerson mnangagwa's. Now back in the county as he was due to attend the Davos economic summit where he was expected to seek international investment, and France and Germany will sign a treaty in the historic border town of Arken today. Bloomberg's Gregory the scuzzy says this reflects the struck. Michael faces in pushing for his skulls of deeper European integration, the treaty which updates a landmark ninety sixty three accord between the two enemies, mostly outlines areas of cooperation that already exist. Macaroni came to power in France with wide ranging plans for deeper European integration. But election results in Germany and Italy have put many of those plans on hold in Paris. Gregory Cousy Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Markus Karlsson. This is Bloomberg Anna. Thanks, very much Marcus now with your morning sports. News his loans. Mora former Liverpool striker husky is typically as club to become champions of England for the first time in twenty nine years. This season x months the city man, Danny Mills though, disagrees. He doesn't think Liverpool a good enough to finish above city. The other end of the Premier League Huddersfield's new manager Yan seaward, we'll be speaking publicly for the first time. Since being named as David vagueness successor. The thirty six road takes a team that the bottom of the Premier League ten points adrift from safety with fifteen games remaining. Even has says he's thinking about leaving Chelsea all the Premier League the Fords told the magazine France Football that he's won everything.

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"gregory cousy bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"gregory cousy bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A new set of any peace to European parliament in may. And I also believe that does not yet being enough recognition of the way that the second referendum could damage social cohesion by undermining faith. That was UK Prime Minister Theresa may in China. Meanwhile, President Xi Jinping is signaling that communist party leaders are concerned about the social implications of the slowing economy. She stressed the need to maintain political stability in an unusual meeting of the country's top leaders. He said that there are serious dangers to the party's long rule in Spain contributing to the kind of risk of sentiment that we've seen across markets, particularly in light of that IMF report downgrading its outlook for global growth will discuss more in a second. But in top corporate news UBS says investors withdrew almost thirteen billion dollars in assets during the market turmoil of the fourth quarter. And the Swiss Bank warns the worst may not be over UBS says increased volatility protectionism and geopolitical tensions may way on the banks revenues in the first quarter. We did see a UBS stock open down as much as five percent as trading got going right now for take a check on that were down four point seven percent. It is banks that have been some of the biggest drags in terms of industry groups to the downside on the stock. Six hundred the banks index down one point two percent. And the Dutch navigation technology mapping company. Tom Tom has agreed to sell its telematics fleet management business to Bridgestone. The price is nine hundred and ten million euros that will free up resources for Tom Tom to battle Silicon Valley giants such as alphabet four access to mapping technology in car. Dashboards just looking at Tom Tom shares. Now, they are down by one point four percent. So they're on the back foot. In other words. Those are your top stories for the latest in global news. Here's Bloomberg's leeann guarantee and good morning, Nara. Zimbabwe's President says misconduct by security forces. Hence people demonstrating over fuel price hikes will be investigated a human rights group since at least twelve people have been killed and dozens injured M's and Monica quals now back in the country after being forced to cut a trip to Europe short. He was also g to attend the devils economic summit where he was expected to seek investment in the US of Bologne immigration, and the government shutdown could come up in the senators early as today. Bloomberg's Ed Baxter has the story. This comes out of a weekend of increased tweets and recriminations between President Donald Trump and house speaker Nancy Pelosi Trump calling her irrational as Republicans try to put the ball on the Democrats court with regard to blame for the shutdown. But Democrats like Senator Elizabeth Warren say open the government, and then there will be talk in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. France and Germany will sign a treaty in the historic border town of Arken today. Green growing viscous says this reflects struggle Emmanuel Macron faces and pushing for his goals of deeper European integration treaty, which updates a landmark ninety sixty three accord between the two enemies, mostly outlines areas of cooperation that already exist. Mccraw came on hold in Paris Gregory's Cousy. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And finally, the European Union house targeted. Russia was sanctions of the attempted murder of a former Russian spy in the UK. The EU has imposed travel bans and asset freeze on four Russians. Implicated in the near fatal poisoning of Circe scruple and his daughter is the first time sanctions chemical weapons have been used global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron at tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm young guarantees. This is Bloomberg Marcus back so much in sports news this morning, Rafael Nadal continues his quest for an eighteenth grand, slam title, the Spaniard takes on unseeded Francis. T foe from the US in Melbourne at nine fifteen this morning with the rest of your morning sports. Here's Laura's more.

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"gregory cousy bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

10:31 min | 2 years ago

"gregory cousy bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Thirty in London. Eleven thirty in the morning abusive abusive. I was gonna say almost oh my thumb to use it for my name is Marcus Carlson. I'm in London where it is indeed seven thirty. Let's say talke through the markets as we do every fifteen minutes here on Bloomberg radio. We're counting down to the start of European equity trading, and the futures are pointing towards losses for a second day in this part of the world's euro stocks. Fifty futures are down by a third of one percent. We're seeing Dax futures down by four tenths of one percent and footsie one hundred feet is also on the back foot by about a quarter of percentage point looking hand-over, Asian stocks. They've also been declining overnight with the regional benchmark index down by about two thirds of one percent lead lower by China. Aim particular the CSI three hundred now off by one point three percent risk off setting the tone across asset classes, really with the ten year treasury yield softening by three and a half basis points two point seven four nine percent. That's where we are this morning. We're also seeing the German Boone jail. Following in bats wake down by almost two basis points at twenty three basis points looking at FX as well. We're seeing the WGN increasing in value by coach of upset the points against the dollar. We're looking at a dollar yen right now. One nine spot thirty nine the euro under pressure one spot thirteen fifty one and we're also seeing sterling we're of course, watching starting because of the Brexit story down by two tenths of one percent against the dollar at one spot twenty eight sixty three of. Yeah. Let's let's out some of these stories a bit more detail. If got the UK opposition labor party calling for a second vote in parliament that could trigger another referendum on Brexit. Prime Minister Theresa may is refusing to rule out delaying the split, but is under pressure from a draft Bill that could force her to ask Brussels to extend the Brexit deadline. She told the house of comments there's no justification for a second referendum require an extension of article fifty. We would very likely have to return a new set of any European parliament in may. And I also believe that this is not yet been enough recognition of the way that the second referendum could damage social cohesion by undermining face. That was UK Prime Minister Theresa may now in China. Meanwhile, President Xi Jinping is signaling the communist party leaders are concerned about the social implications of the slow the economy. She stressed the need to maintain political stability in an unusual meeting of the country's top leaders. He said there are serious dangers to the party's longstanding rule. And Ireland has dominated central Bank. Governor Philip lane to join the e c b as it prepares to end the crisis era stimulus. Euro-zone finance ministers met in Brussels and Dublin put lane forward for the six member executive board win pizza Prates term ends in may if laid succeeds he could take role as chief economist he holds ethos from Harvard, and is widely considered the front-runner and on the corporate front. Google says it's considering pulling its news service from Europe this comes as the EU is working towards a controversial new copyright law. It would give publishes the right to demand money from the likes of alphabet and Facebook when small fragments of their articles show up in search results or are shared by uses. This follows Google being fined fifty million euros by Francis privacy. Regulator a use new powers to Levy a much higher penalty for the first time under the new p r. Rules, right. Let's get the latest thing. Global news to round out the picture with Burkes land. Good morning Yussef. Zimbabwe's President says misconduct by security forces against people demonstrating over fuel price hikes will be investigated. Human rights group says at least twelve people have been killed and dozens injured Emerson mnangagwa's Mel back in the country after being forced to contra trip to Europe shoot. He was g to attend the Davos economic summit where he was expected to seek investment in the US Bill on immigration, and the government shutdown could come up in the Senate is early as today. But in beds at Baxter has the story. This comes out of a weekend of increased tweets and recriminations between President Donald Trump and house speaker Nancy Pelosi Trump calling her irrational as Republicans try to put the ball on the Democrats court with regard to blame for the shutdown. But Democrats like Senator Elizabeth Warren say open the government, and then there will be talk in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. France and Germany will sign a treaty in the historic border town of all can today. Bloomberg's Greg Fisk. Cousy says this reflexive struggle Emmanuel Macron faces and pushing for his goals of deeper European integration the treaty which updates a landmark ninety sixty three accord between the two enemies, mostly outlines areas of cooperation that already exist Macron came to power in France with wide ranging plans for deeper European integration. But election results in Germany and Italy, put many of those plans on hold in Paris. Gregory Cousy Bloomberg daybreak Europe and an extensive bomber targeted a convoy of US troops yesterday. That was his second attack on American forces and less than a week in Syria. Bloomberg's Donna creche reports it shows the Jihadist group remains a danger there, even though President Donald Trump claimed victory over them and announced he would withdraw US troops soon. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham has said the US collect should be gradual or else, it was emboldening others primarily, Iran. They route Donna Creech, Bloomberg daybreak Europe cable news twenty four hours a day on Aaron a tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven. Seven hundred journalists analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries guarantee at this is Bloomberg Yussef. Thank you very much for that. All right. Let's get some additional context on what's happening in markets. Peter dixon. He's the global equities economists that Commertzbank he's joining us from our London studio. Peter welcome back to the show. We've got the IMF really sending shockwaves around the world. I mean, maybe investors aren't that much surprised that growth is slowing. But the fact that they're seeing it. In paper imprint in an announcement from the IMF is is probably something to worry about isn't it? Morning. Well, yes, no. I mean, obviously, the growth themselves are I guess they're important because there obviously what he to the extent to which companies could generate sales and profitability, which is ultimately what supports markets. But now, I think in terms of the. Small shutting down and growth that we've seen over the course of you know, yesterday, it's not something that we're going to Sonny get too concerned about. I mean, I think there's no doubt. However, the global economy is slowing you'll seeing I think consensus China in particular, which yesterday reported its slowest rows making what was it thirty years or something? And in the in the United States over concerns about the shutdown. The length of the cycle layer, which suggested at some point in the near future. The US is to slow as well. So there are concerns at this stage. Now, I don't think investors are too concerned about them much more concerned about the risks around in Brexit, surrounding the trade, war, etc. Etc. What about China? You just mentioned that there in in your laundry list, so to speak we've heard from the Chinese president warning of series dangers and that risks are mounting from his perspective, not only economically. But also socially at the same time. I notes an interesting debates on our markets live blog today. Marc Cobb more making the case that no country in the world added more to global GDP in two thousand eighteen that China, and that will be the case again in two thousand nine hundred nineteen and other words, he's kind of playing down the concerns of Chinese slow down where d- sit specifically when it comes to that issue. Yeah. I mean, I think he's right. Because basically what he's saying is that the Chinese economy doesn't need to grow. So did say ten years ago generate same increasing GDP not makes perfect sense also canoes mature because very difficult to to continue growing they rapidly. And obviously the the Chinese economy will in the not too distant future starts through into demographic constraints, which will act as a. A constraint upon potential growth. So when we're not going to go back to double digit figures anytime soon, if ever, you know, China's going to grow at six percent and under slow rates in in in the longer term future. But, but of course, that doesn't mean that China important because it's waiting Konami has obviously increased significantly over the course of the last even just the last decade. It's now the biggest marginal player in the economy is more pointed out and the real concern. I think in China is if something untoward were to happen to not grow significantly below six percent path that could happen. It could be social unrest. It could be some kind of economic shopping could be fallout from from the trade war. But I think the the signs are at the moment that we're going to have to get used to a six percent plus roundabout browse Becky China for the foreseeable future. Yeah. So in terms of asset allocation, Peter how does this translate? What are you doing in terms of? Recommendations for clients, and maybe we can slightly focus on on Asian equities in the scheme of of the sell off that we've seen stocks being on the pressure as we speak. Yeah. I mean, I think there was a sense. Certainly my sense is that in the industrialized world, you probably don't want to be too overweight right now, given the problems in the US, and the fact that the European economy isn't isn't meeting making an awful lot of headway. I decide I think there was a sense that maybe I would want to think about emerging markets. But now, perhaps isn't the time. So I think if you're an investor you probably want to sit on the sidelines waiting to see how the chips fall. And then if there are indications that maybe the fed is on the sidelines for now, that's the point at which I think marked particular to do. Well, all right pizza, Dixon. You're going to be staying with us. We're gonna talk about Brexit next. Yes. That too back in the four global equities economist comments by Peter Dixon will be staying with us for the next segment. You're listening to a daybreak Europe. We are live from London. We're live. From Dubai this morning. We're counting you down to the start of the European equity trading. And the futures they are pointing lower this morning. So we might see losses for a second consecutive day. This Tuesday, your stocks fifty futures off by about a third of one percent. Dax futures by four tenths of one percent. And Footsie-100 features on the back foot by about a quarter of a percentage.

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"gregory cousy bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"gregory cousy bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Cannot slow walk this stall this Mander this bear word immediate. So I expect to see that say confirming results. That was a White House. National Economic Council director, Larry cudlow, speaking them. Meanwhile, then mentioned a section of the US treasury's yield curve has inverted for the first time in more than a decade the spread between three and five year yields Tom negative for the first time since two thousand seven the two to five year has followed suit the ten year. Meanwhile, more closely watched as a potential indicator of pending recessions, but the move could be the first signal from the market. That'd be end of the Fed's tightening cycle is approaching Theresa May's attempt to sell her. Brexit deal has been torpedoed with opposition parties granted emergency debate on whether the government is in contempt for refusing to release legal advice on the draft. She was hoping to start the discussion later today saying that the deal delivers on the two thousand sixteen referendum, but speaker John back how agreed that there is a case for saying that the government is in control. Tempt of parliament. And that is going to be the driving force of this debates in parliament and the euro area. Finance ministers are backing the European Commission in its standoff with Italy over the country's budget. Bloomberg's Kevin Castillo has the latest. The euro group agrees that Italy's proposed budget does not comply with European Union rules and the group of euro area. Finance ministers, urged Italy to come into compliance with those requirements Italian finance minister Giovanni tria has been meeting with his fellow finance ministers in Brussels to explain his country's position in Rome. Kevin Costello, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Let's get you some more headlines now from around the world, here's Bloomberg's beyond GARRETT'S. Good morning, Markus. French president Macron could introduce emergency tax cuts to quell violent protests, and these that risks worsening the country's budget deficit paint scrape vis Casey. Reports manual my crawl cancelled a trip to Serbia and prime minister red dwarf. You leave spend the day meeting political leaders as the French government sought an exit from violent protests that have swept France Phillies speaks to parliament Wednesday and could announce a moratorium on plan gasoline taxes. There wasn't any violence Monday. But the yellow Vespa radically blocked roads and depots around the country in Paris, Gregory Cousy Bloomberg daybreak Europe. France, Germany have agree to a compromise proposal. One house attacks large tech companies. According to a joint statement digital companies could face it. Three percent Levy on the European advertising revenue, and it's scaling back called the plan initially envisioned by Paris, they deal doesn't guarantee the tax will become Lou with several countries, including Sweden an island. Previously indicating they could block the measure the nation is bidding farewell to its forty. First president George H W Bush provokes both Maine has the story..

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Bloomberg Radio New York

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"gregory cousy bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Focus on reducing auto tariffs. As I've mentioned there's a lot of work to be done over the next ninety days. But one of the specific issues we talked about was a significant increase in industrial products, including US so big opportunity. Meantime, the Wall Street Journal says US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer be leading US China, negotiate. Over the next ninety days. Butts Mnuchin says that President Trump will be heading up talks. I had to say we allowed it yesterday when west used he says, she says, I'm not sure we can continue with that. Oh apologies. Couldn't help myself. I. I appreciate it. But well, let's see. Let's see. All right. A section of US. Treasury yield yield curve has inverted for the first time in more than a decade. We haven't seen any sections invert really in in ten years spread between three and five year. Yields turn negative for the first time since two thousand seven the twos. Fives has followed suit the twos. Tens is. Of course, the most closely watched as a potential indicator of appending recession, but that move could be the move could be the first signal the threes fives from the market that the end of the Fed's tightening cycle is approaching now speaking of the Federal Reserve, the vice chairman, Richard Clarita, says he's more concerned about falling short of the central banks t percents inflation target the running above it. His remarks to blue bag odd to signals that policymakers are not yet convinced that inflation has returned to their long-run objective. That said Clarita added the broad US economy is strong. And welcome to the trae truce with China. Terms of the outlook for the US economy, obviously trades an important part of the global economy right now, I think the US economy is is in good shape when we can talk about, you know, risky scenarios. But I think the baseline outlooks, very solid. Now, the fed is widely expected to raise interest rates another quarter point at its meeting later this month. Of course, it's twenty nineteen that's turning into a little bit of a conundrum are let's cross over to Singapore. Now, we're Wes Goodman from the markets live team joins us and west. Let's kick it off with the end live questioned the days we've been talking about a piece of the US yield curve has now inverted we're looking at the threes fives. Apparently, the twos FIS is followed suit. What does this mean? Hi, good morning, everyone. Well, yeah. Like, you said it's a warning sign right of small per portion of yield curve inverted. And the concern is that that's a taste of things to come. Which would of course, be fattening of the broader yield curve, which signals a recession head, you know, what I should add and caution that doesn't mean a recessions right around the corner can be there can be a lag of several months, but you know, it is a warning that people looked at so, and you know. Coincidentally with that. We're hearing more and more about how the recession's getting old it's going to die of old age. So, you know, the flattening of the curve is certainly one warning that the recession expansion won't last forever and will one day give way to recession. Yeah. That's a certainty, isn't it that the expenditure won't last forever. We're gonna be talking a lot more about the yield of this morning there. Are question marks at the same time over this U S China trade story west stocks wobbling today, but the Chinese Yuan is on course, for its biggest two day rally in a decade. What's driving dot gain from your perspective? Yeah. That's one of the one of the big winners out of all this. Of course, we have this trade truce between President Trump's President Trump. And she even if the details still need to be ironed out and. Also, we just recently had the PBOC governor saying monetary policy should be flexible, which made people think that he's open to a rate cut if so that would help the economy and by extension help the currency. So, you know, there had been if you remember there have been all this talk about the Chinese Yuan. Maybe weakening to seven against the dollar that seems seems much more unlikely. Now. All right west thanks very much for joining us. Wes Goodman there from the team for more real time market commentary analysis. Check out markets live blog. NFL Ivy go on your Bloomberg terminal now turning to Brexit next to Theresa May's attempt to sell her divorce deal with the European Union to skeptical. Members of parliaments was torpedo torpedo draw. Even before it began last night. Bloomberg's Robert Hutton has this report from Westminster the opposition parties were granted an emergency debate into whether her government was in contempt of parliament for refusing to publish the full legal advice on the agreement. She wants to sign with the European Union that debate will take place this afternoon pushing back the start of the debate the prime minister is supposed to be leading on the deal. Facing before she even starts why she's on course to fail there. Simply more members of parliament who are against her then supporter in London, Robert Hutton, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Meanwhile, Japan's saying Kay newspaper says Tokyo prosecutors plan to re-arrest former Nissan Motor chairman Carlos gone and director, Greg Kelly. The paper says the rearrest will happen on December tenth on a new charge of understating his income. Thank says prosecutors now think going will pay his pay was under reported by about seventy nine million dollars. Just so it's clear Japanese prosecutors have not pressed official charges. They've held going for more than ten days. They're only allowed to hold someone for up to twenty days. And then they have to re arrest that person if they don't want to press charges, but do you want to keep the person in jail? So that's why they're doing this. All right Wilson, eat to talk a little bit of our oil this morning, Iran warning that oil could slump to forty dollars a barrel unless OPEC and its allies impose significant production cubs. Tehran says output needs to be reduced by at least one point four million barrels a day to cut oversupply and fears. The cartel may not be able to reach agreement when it meets in Vienna later this week Iran is of course, a founding member of OPEC and will not participate in cuts while under US. Sanctions relooking at old prices though, continuing to rise this morning by seven tenths of one percent when it comes to WTI Matt's. All right. Let's get the national news headlines for you for that. We go to Leon guarantee and good morning months. France and Germany have reached a compromise on how to tante larged tech companies according to joint statement, but Bloomberg's Alexsandr weapons explains. EU finance ministers have a loss on their plates. When they meet in Brussels later for one. Due to a final banking regulations will give firms in the region. Some clarity of the use of talks the digital texts. More controversial and won't get a former green light is about a third of Member States still oppose what's on the table. Also, be an extra money laundering as a response to recent scandals. In Brussels Viva Bloomberg daybreak Europe. French president Macron could introduce emergency tax cuts to quell violent protests, and these that risks worsening the country's budget deficit. Bloomberg's Greg this Casey reports Emmanuel Macron cancel the trip to Serbia and prime minister Edward you, leave spend the day meeting political leaders as the French government sought an exit from violent protests swept France speaks to Poland Wednesday and could announce a moratorium on plans gasoline taxes. There wasn't any violence Monday. But the yellow vest paddock. We blocked roads and depots around the country in Paris, Gregory, Cousy Bloomberg daybreak Europe Australians governing liberal party is changed its internal rules to avoid a repeat. Of the leadership cues that have seen the country turned three booth and five prime ministers in just eleven years ministers approved a mechanism requiring a two-thirds fatal party lawmakers to trigger a leadership challenge, your position labor party adopted similar rules after its own series of leadership changes and America is bidding farewell to its food. I president George H W Bush beanbags Feldman has the story..

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"gregory cousy bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"gregory cousy bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That twenty five minutes from now future is again moving higher s and p futures are up forty eight points. Dow futures up four hundred ninety one NASDAQ futures of one hundred sixty eight straight ahead the latest world and national news. This is Bloomberg. Six oh, seven on Wall Street time to bring in Michael Barr and find out what's happening in the world. Michael beggar very much Nathan president, George H W Bush is body is lying in state at the capitol today Wednesday has been designated as a national day of mourning to pay tribute on the day state funeral at the National Cathedral in Washington will be held his close friend. James Baker told ABC's this week. He was at former president signed on the day. He died. One of his aides said Mr President secretary Baker share? Well, he bounced bounced perked up he opened his eyes. You looked me banking where we going go. He kept his spirit, and he kept his sense of humor right Tilbury in. Meanwhile, the White House says that President Trump will attend the funeral service. Former President Bush's body will be returned to Houston to be laid to rest Thursday. Former FBI director James Comey says he will testify in the closed door session with the House Judiciary and house oversight committee's after. Filing legal challenge to force. A public hearing top House Democrats said allegations that President Trump sought business in Russia longer into the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign that he previously suggested raises the possibility that the Russians have compromised his ability to work in the national interest Representative Adam Schiff who is expected to take over the house intelligence committee next year says the relationship between Trump and Russia outlined in the guilty plea by former Trump attorney Michael Cohen is so deeply compromising at the same time that Donald Trump was the presumptive nominee of the GOP and arguing in favor of doing away with sanctions he was working on a deal that would require doing away with sanctions for him to make money in Russia. That is a real problem shift spoke on ABC's this week which can be heard Sundays on Bloomberg radio Francis. Yellow vest anti-government protests intensified over the weekend with vandalism and looting. Bloomberg's gregory. Viscose? Ian, Peres reports hundreds were arrested and at least one hundred thirty three injured. Emmanuel Macron was at the g twenty and Argentine awhile protests are sacked Peres Saturday, the president returned Sunday to inspect the damage and hold an emergency cabinet meeting afterwards, indicating is open to dialogue with the so-called yellow vests who opposes taxing environmental policies. Meanwhile, the protests are expected to go on in Paris, Gregory Cousy Bloomberg daybreak. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and it took on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Michael Barr. This is Bloomberg Michael..

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Bloomberg Radio New York

11:02 min | 2 years ago

"gregory cousy bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Let's check the markets. Very good morning to you everybody. This says Bloomberg daybreak this Monday morning. Let's check the markets. We do that. Every fifteen minutes, of course, equity monkeys in Europe, doing quite nicely up by one point nine percents and breaking news on the manufacturing side of things the market euro-zone manufacturing PM. I just went easily at a handle on what was going on here. When you thought that things will look more sluggish in the euro zone. We get some data that looks better than estimates of stunningly. So, but certainly slightly better say fifty one point eight is reading from for the eurozone manufacturing. The survey of estimate was a fifty one point five. So it has come in a little higher than that survey. A fifty one point five percents of the prior readings supposed to come in a little stronger than the previous reading but not by much. It does provide some comfort pats because earlier on this morning. We got the Italian manufacturing PM. I wish looked sluggish compared to the to the forecast. So there is interesting to note the trajectory of that data points. Let's get back to the big picture. Because really that is where the big story lies this morning. It is all around trade all around. Oil and the comments coming from their China US meeting with regards to trade and the Russia Saudi conversation with regards to oil. So the stock six hundred by just shy of two percent. The Xetra Dax getting the best of the gains up by two point six percents. So everything that was really beaten up on trade looking much better this morning BMW up by six point seven percent. Volkswagen up by four percents on the oil story as well. We have this commitment from the Russians and the Saudis to continue working together. Even if OPEC is hemorrhaging members in the shape of cutter BP and shell by trade higher both up by more than two percent. More than two point three percents in facts. The oil price up by four and a half percent on WTI fifty three twenty three and four point two percent higher on Brent sixty one Ninety-six. So that's where we see a lot the strength coming through in these equity markets this morning. Of course, if we see a risk on trading day across Asia across Europe, we are seeing money coming out of fixed income and coming out of treasuries in general as we see yields going higher three point zero three is very yield on the US ten year. Interesting to see these as being reflected FX markets. As well. Investors piling into emerging market affects an out of the of the dollar is weaker by half a percent. The pound is gained by half a percent. And the euro is stronger by four tenths of a percent against the US dollar, Matt. That's a look at the markets. A lot to say this morning. Yeah. I mean, you just mentioned BMW's games. And I'm looking at dime Laura's. Well, Donald Chrysler is up by the most that it's been since two thousand eleven BMW up by the most has been since July of twenty ten yet. So important long-term perspective really on the side of the outsize nature of these names. It really tells you how concerned investors were about the about the situation. Those two automakers are in. Let's bring in Stephen say well right now, senior multi-asset specialists at BNP para he was with us on Bloomberg television joins us now on radio. Even when we talk to well, detered Secchia doesn't really give interviews anymore. But when we talk to Harold Kruger BMW, he didn't seem that concerned about the tariffs that the Chinese had put on us imports in retaliation for Donald Trump's moves. But it seems that the market was really worried about this. Yes, it's a really interesting point, Matt I think two points, I would make to this one those two companies you've mentioned BMW in global producer. They put us 'cause all around the world. So they do have the ability to some extent to to change where they're building cars and where they send things from. But the second point I'd highlight here is. The with the tariffs that are being imposed on US cars that are imported to their exports to China dime, LA and BMW or actually the largest car exporters from the US these days. So that's why the market's focused on this because these two companies particularly of the US car car exporters. Not that you've not something you'd expect from those two names, but perspective that certainly does explain the very sharp rally in their prices. I'll tell you BMW was producing upwards of four hundred thousand cars year and South Carolina, and they're going to boost that to four fifty. So it's going to become their biggest production point in the world. I heard that they export more than ten billion is BMW alone. Ten billion dollars of good year to be the biggest US exporter of anything not defence-related. So we're gonna be talking more about cars this week because the bosses of some of those big German car makers are going to be at the White House tomorrow. So this is a story that's going to be very much a focus for us this week. It's the big picture around trade season. Is today a day for putting aside those concerns about how long this rally last because clearly we're caught in the midst of it in the grips of it. There is some sense of relief across many asset causes this morning and sure we can ask questions about well. We maybe we've just kicked a can ninety days down the road. Maybe there's not enough detail flesh on the bones really to get excited about. But but the market has been surprised by the positively here. Yes, exactly. And I think that is the way to look at it, certainly from our perspective, we spoke earlier on television. We recently published our global outlook for twenty nine nine in that publication. We had. Assumed they would be some agreement at some point this is probably earlier than we antiquated and probably better than we anticipated that we may not see that twenty five percent tariff apply to Chinese goods. However, we know Mr. Trump, notoriously changes his mind, we've got ninety days to play with. It's only day one. So from that perspective. Yes, it's great today for risk assets. This is the theme of the market, and we also spoke about the dollar weakening as a trend here as well too. But we wouldn't count our chickens. Just yet we think there is a lot more to to be negotiated when you look at equities. I wonder what do you think a huge drops in in Europe? We talked about this earlier. The Dax has been absolutely decimated. Here today down ten and a half percent, the S and P five hundred and the Dow Jones on the other hand are up three and a third percent year to date till looks like they could finish out the year with gains. Where would you put your money if you had cash right now? Okay. That's a very clear question for us it being. Europe. We would definitely put them there. We think Europe European equities have been underpriced as you just pointed out, Matt I'm they have liked this rally of there's been a lot of uncertainty over the trade war shifting will. She say spreading from the U S China relationship to the US European relationship. We don't think that would happen. We will we want thinking that would happen. And I think to Anna's point today, I think we can take this as a positive sign that things are improving between the US and China, I think that diminishes the potential for this trade war to spread to to Europe going forward a little bit like the US Canada deal that we saw a few months back. Yeah. And we actually got that sign. Didn't we saw that being signed over the weekend? Of course, it does that again faces faces some challenges domestic easy, get it cleared through necessarily approvals. But still it was signed. There was some progress made on a trade subjects, and let me ask you about the weakness in the dollar then saving because he's down by half a percent is that something. We can we will expect to continue to see if we're much more Wisconsin as we head towards the end of the great question. And the answer is definitely certainly we've been surprised at BNP power about how how strong the dollar has been this year. It's less reflection of the fed rate hikes going forward. But I think this tray scenario has certainly helped the dollar the Russian all here being that the market thinks the US will be the biggest beneficiary of trade wars here. So if by following that logic through if the pressure will the trade was diminish the dollar should we can again, and we should see other currencies Yoro even sterling and the emerging market currencies do much better. So one way of looking at this is our very aggressive forecasts for euro dollar end of twenty nine thousand nine hundred mislead that said years time, we have one twenty five on eurodollar far cry from the one fourteen we've been trading recently. Okay. Thank you. Steven say, well, senior multi-asset specialist at BNP fire by joining us here in London. Let's get up to date with the latest global news play. He's been bugs, Markus Karlsson. That's very much on. South. Africa's finance minister says the government is prioritizing regaining an investment grade rating on its debt as part of its plans to revive the country's stagnant economy. Speaking exclusively to Bloomberg in Tito, Mboweni says South Africa's focused on lowering debt and show restraint in fiscal support for state owned companies. Prior to number one and number one because we have to get out of the statues that were in back to proper investment gravy. And we're working hard it this. They change will not happen because we simply wanted to be the case the change will happen because of the things that we need to do. Theresa May's facing a vote to bring down her government should the house of Commons reject her Brexit deal next week labor says it's inevitable that the party will propose a no confidence motion. Should may lose the debate on December the eleventh that would put the UK on calls for an early general election with the e saying the only options are the deal on the table or cancelling Brexit altogether in France. Meanwhile, President Michel is ordering his prime minister to hold talks with political leaders and members of the so called yellow vests. Bloomberg's Greg viscosity has more the president returned Sunday to inspect the damage and hold an emergency cabinet meeting. Afterwards, indicating is open to dialogue with the so-called yellow vests who opposes tax environmental policies, but the yellow vest movement is totally new phenomenon France, and so far hasn't been able to produce any leadership and its demands keep growing in Paris, Gregory Cousy Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Greg viscous reporting there after clashes over the week. Weekend in Paris between demonstrators and police and the EU is turning up the heat on Italy demanding the populist governments lowers its budget deficit targets from the state of two point four percent to below two percent. A lot of Republican newspaper says Brussels wants spending cuts of at least five billion dollars to avert potential sanctions for breaching E U budget rules. The Italian parliament will debate the proposed budget on Wednesday. Global news twenty four hours a day on Aruna talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Markus Karlsson. This is Bloomberg Anna, Marcus, thank you. Now you want export. His least Lenovo are two points off the top of the primarily this morning after a bizarre rent to their Merseyside Darby with Everton developed Regan scored a ninety six minute winner in the one nil finish headed in after England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford elected to keep the ball in play. When it looked like it was going over his bar and. European club admits he got carried away with his wild.

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"Is it going to be more cost cutting or new product highly going to achieve this kind of boost to profitability to Ebert of seven hundred and fifty million euros. Yeah. The title of this program is resolved improving program, and we are concentrating on the Howard process in crosses. And we saw with engineering go over to production processes, and our idea is up to twenty twenty five to improve our results and over six billion of euros to support the lower margin. Electra mobility, immobility immaterial cost high of around six thousand to ten thousand dollars. And so we thought about to start the program now when we are in a very good position in a very strong position. And we want to remain our profit margin of fifteen percent for future. And therefore we went into this program. That was pushing CEO Oliver bloom speaking exclusively to Bloomberg. Now, let's get some more headlines from other parts of the world here is bags Leon guarantee. Good morning. Good morning. Egypt will not ask for further funding from the International Monetary Fund. When it's twelve billion dollar program expires next year. The Cairo is opening to maintaining a relationship with the lender to reassure investors. Finance minister Muhammad Moayed spoke exclusively to blame back. We're going to go for. The international markets this year. We haven't decided yet about mount bliss currency and the thing. However, we are very much interested and made it very clear. We will diversify markets will diverse. Why currencies will diversify products Russian Cortes? Or did you cranium sailors to be detained for two months following a maritime clash between the two countries? Being the Tony helping has more the decision threatens to prolong the crisis over control of the Kerch strait near Crimea as European Union governments consider fresh sanctions against Russia in response to Sunday's incident. Ukraine is demanding that Russia return, the Twenty-three, sailors and three ships that had captured in Moscow, Tony helping Bloomberg daybreak Europe, Indonesia, authorities investigating last month's deadly clash are looking into whether footsie information from senses caused the line to crush from Jakarta. Bloomberg's call us on their reports. Similar issues reported on previous flights the latest. Developments. Come after a preliminary report whose released Wednesday local time, the new Boeing seven three seven Maxine plunged into the job the city on October twenty nine killing all one hundred and one thousand nine people on board in Jakarta collar of Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And French president Emmanuel Macron's finally responded to the protesters who've blockaded Francais behind petrol prices Bloomberg's Greg he has more. But is rather technocratic response full of talk of floating gas taxes and citizens debates is unlikely to satisfy movement that's unhappy about a whole range of issues related to the cost of living. In Paris, Gregory Cousy Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Global news twenty pounds day on Aaron at tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts symbol, the one hundred twenty countries. This is Bloomberg Markus. Thanks very much. Indeed Leon now coming up next here on Bloomberg daybreak Europe. We'll be speaking to Michael Houston chief market analysts that CMC markets. He's going to be joining us next. Plenty. To talk about today narrow. Yeah, we can start with a panoply of fedspeak is that we got yesterday. And of course, looking ahead to Jerome Powell today. Meanwhile, equity seemed to be on the front foot, perhaps split lightly on trade optimism, we'll discuss that with Michael as well as the outlook for Brexit and UK banks. We also want to talk about the oil price seems today Marcus like, it's maybe just been swept up a little in the risk on and the optimism around trade WTI this morning rising by almost eight percentage point looking at.

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"To me it's all about America. I we're not gonna give up hundreds of billions of dollars in orders and let Russia China and everybody else have them. It's all about for me. Very simple. It's America verse. French protests over rising, petrol prices have become totally excessive as they spill into a fourth day. That's according to the country's interior minister, Bloomberg's Greg the squeezy reports, prime minister and interior minister. I've taken a firm line sending in police to lift blockades. The present the menu micro without mentioning the moon by name Tuesday called for dialogue processors, get smaller each day, the movement appears beginning we're radical and all eyes are now on Saturday. When a big Paris demonstration is planned in Paris. Gregory Cousy Bloomberg daybreak Europe on paper US sanctions permit Iranian purchases of humanitarian goods like medicines. However, Bloomberg's Dana Syria explains restrictions on Iran's banks in shipping comp. Trade for Indra companies and international banks are now taking extra precautions even for permitted business to avoid accidentally triggering penalties. And this means that some drugs are increasingly difficult to find anyone in Dubai lead unnecessary. Bloomberg daybreak Europe and save the children estimates that around eighty five thousand under five year olds helping have died in Yemen since the war started then two thousand and fifteen fourteen million people in the country are at risk of starvation marquee is from the charity as soon as they sought to lose weight. They're more vulnerable than diseases, and we had this Cecil self fulfilling cycle where children lose weight get sick. And because they say they lose weight even more global news twenty four hours a day on Erin at tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm young guarantee. This is Bloomberg Marcus much straight to support his job Woolsey Scotland. Manager. Alex McLeish has praised the performance of his side in that three two win over Israel. The retreat means they secured promotion from their nations late grape..

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"For me. It's all about America. I we're not gonna give up hundreds of billions of dollars at orders. And let Russia China and everybody else have them. It's all about for me. Very simple. It's America versus French protests. Rising petrol prices have become it's totally excessive as they spill into a fourth day. That's according to the country's interior minister, Bloomberg's Greg viscosity reports prime minister interior minister, I've taken a firm line sending in police to lift blockades. A president Emmanuel Macron without mentioning the moon by name Tuesday called for dialogue processors, get smaller each day, the movement appears beginning more radical and all eyes are now on Saturday. When a big Paris demonstration is planned in Paris. Gregory Cousy Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Save the children estimates at around eighty five thousand under five year olds have died in Yemen since the war started then two thousand and fifteen fourteen million people in the country are at risk of starvation markes from the charity and says children are particularly vulnerable in conflict as soon as they sought to lose white. They are more vulnerable than disease. Seizes this. This'll self fulfilling cycle where children lose weight get sick. And because they say, they lose weight, even more and German Chancellor Angela Merkel speech to make is eight is an opportunity to talk about her policy goals in the SCA has more with an E. U summit scheduled for Sunday. Brexit is the most immediate issue. Also on miracles mind is strengthening the crisis. Firewalls in the euro area. Where Germany and France say they're close to an accord in Berlin. Tony to Bloomberg daybreak Europe will news twenty four hours a day on Aaron it tick tock on Twitter pump by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm young guarantee. This is Bloomberg Marcus. Thanks very much. Indeed Leon now Yohan Murray head of investment at Hermes investment management joins us now in the London. Studio are very good morning. Great to have you here. I wanted to kick it off with asking what you think is going on in these equity markets, especially after the S and P five hundred took a took a real beating last night. And that almost seems like an understatement. That's what we've been seeing in the past forty eight hours or so are we seeing Craxton the credit markets? Always seeing concerns about the Federal Reserve raising rates a slowing economy. What's your explanation? Good morning, Markus. My explanation is all of the above was option, e and I think in some ways we have had this well telegraphed throughout the year for the following reasons. Rising US rates decent guys. Global grace deteriorating growth in China and rising trade tensions have been the background the backdrop to the markets really since the peak back in January late January. Early February add to that. We're starting to see some idiosyncratic risks creep back into the credit markets to clear say around GE and Ford and all of a sudden, the the the the the sentiment has turned negative on the equity markets as one of my colleagues said to me yesterday. There's blood in the water, and the sharks are beginning to circle let me follow up on the equity market because I've been looking over some of the charts comparing sort of where we are now with what happened in two thousand and eight and the suggestion is that you've got a market that's slowing after a period of excess and that's also unlikely to see support from the central Bank at least not as much as the market with desire. And that's exactly what happened in two thousand eight at what point in the selloff. Do you become concerned or maybe what point does affect become concerned as well? Good morning USA. There are rumors that actually the fed is already concerned, although I'd like to wake for for further confirmation confirmation of that. And actually think that there is more than likely that they'll still proceed with a rate rise in December. But might we see them pause at that point with maybe not the three or four rate rises forecast for next year. That'll be interesting question for me. I still think the situation is quite a bit different to two thousand and eight we I think this has got more to do with growth economic growth is a whole rather than the particular localized debt problems that we faced back in two thousand and eight you're on the question of the day in the markets live blog is as follows when will the dip by as much to halt this route. What's your thinking of that? Well, I do worry that the dip fires have been flipped and they've become rally sellers. Learn a little bit shy at the moment. They are. They're scared that there. Yes. So I'm not sure that we're gonna see the market thinking in those terms right now. When the when the market makes comparisons to longer-run moving average is I think the challenge now is not are they the bottoms that will cause us to bounce. But rather are the the Top's that will stop any upward movement in the markets at this point. Right. All right. Gopher use of. Yeah. I mean, I'm just can't give everybody a flavor. What's on the show because we're going to be continuing our conversations, of course, with Hermes UN Murray, he's gonna be sticking around. And we'll also hear from what he Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman and.

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"The stock six hundred in Europe up by six tenths of a percent. The fifty one hundred up by three tenths as is the CAC Karen does that you Dax up by around four tenths of a percent. And we see some modest gains coming through on the footsie. Memphis, well, up by two tenths of one percents. But how long will that last? Of course, this is all picking up on a strong session in the US yesterday. We were up by more than two percents in the US session. That's the S and P in yesterday. Isn't that the market is like the tax cuts from Donald Trump in the first two years of his administration, but they might get quite used to a divided congress as well. And so we see equity investors getting on board and sending echo. Markets higher as we head towards the end of the year. But if I look at US features now, then flats negative. So therefore, we ask how long this is gonna last are we gonna join line in the sand in this post midterms euphoria we see in stock markets as we see the US equity markets not later today. Quick check on some other assets, we see in about ten for oil prices, the general trajectory in recent weeks have been downwards, of course. Now, we see move of more than one percent of the upside on WTI at sixty two thirty three and on Brent up by one and a quarter percent to seventy to ninety six. The yield on the ten year at bounced up yesterday to three point two two percents estate pretty much around that region. We see a little bit of strength coming through in the dollar index. The dollar fairly steady this morning up by around one eight let's call of a percent at quick check on some other currencies. The pound against the dollar is fairly flat this morning and the euro also fairly flat. We've had a host of corporate reporting this morning, and some of the highlights really Commerzbank trades up by more than five percents on the back of their numbers. We had Astra Zeneca numbers earlier that stock up by more. Two percents. So that so in France up six point seven percent after their numbers ProSieben sat a big fall on the stock six hundred over in Germany down by sixteen point six percents as they guided a little bit lower. They cut their full year outlook for that business. Let's bring in another voice to the conversation. Lee. Hartman is a currency analyst at anywhere G and joins us. Now here in the studio Lee, very good to have you with us. Let's talk a little bit about what's going on in currency markets than in the wake of the midterms the strength of the dollar. Of course has been part of the Trump story today. Do we expect that continues? I think yesterday the initial reaction was one of modest dollar weakness following the announcement of a divided congress. I think that's really the market just taking risk off the table. There was obviously a fear going into the midterm elections that the Republicans could have outperformed expectations if they'd held onto the house and the Senate that would have increased the risk of the stimulus down the road. And that could have made the fat even more aggressive in terms of raising. Right. So that was probably it's the kind of upside risk for the dollar going into the midterms. And there was obviously a kind of sigh of relief that we avoided that outcome. But I think in terms of the big picture. We don't think that's really changed. Now, we have a divided congress. Our expectation is that going forward what kind of a peak impact now in terms of the fiscal stimulus boosting growth in the US. And we think as we go into twenty nineteen the story next year will be one of US growth falling back more towards the kind of software growth. We're seeing outside of the US because we have the fiscal stimulus, of course, into in the shape of the. Tax cuts in the first part of the Trump presidency. But now if we see gridlock in Washington says the thinking goes, you don't get that level of fiscal stimulus. So maybe that means the fed isn't pushed a hike rates, quite so much that could be something of a positive, I suppose. Yeah. I think so in terms of the fan, I think they're probably comfortable to stick to their current path for further gradual rate hikes, at least hiking every other quarter until the some some some evidence that the economy signed to slow more. Notably think at that point. We think around the middle of next year that the fed will start to consider potentially pausing rate hikes, and that we think will that start to coincide with a general kind of peaking in the dollar, more broadly. We spoke to David Solomon, the Goldman Sachs yesterday. He was saying that overheating in the US economy is is the biggest risk. This was coming as just the early results the midterms we're coming through, but he still sees overheating as a big risk. Do you? Do you think that's a big worry for you in two thousand nine hundred in terms of the outlook, obviously, a respective of the mid-term outcome. The economy is obviously running hot right now. The the labor market is is very tight. And if the economy continues to generate two hundred thousand plus job gains per month going forward that's going to keep the fed under pressure. To continue to raise rates. I I'd I'd see that situation. Kind of dissipating anytime soon, I suppose the one relief for the fed, and I think for markets more generally as even though we have over-heating an overheating economy. Inflation is still relatively contained at this stage. Obviously, if we were to see a kind of sharp acceleration from here in terms of wage growth and inflation pressures, and that would be a whole different ballgame for for markets, more broadly and just interesting to look at the fed is has been hiking for many months, as we know. But we've also seen heading higher various measures of funding costs having a little bit higher spreads, for example, T-Bills the rates heading higher there and some people are asking. In fact, we've been asking in our markets live question of the day, whether this tightness in money markets is going to say the hand of the fed. Whether it's going to mean that they're less likely to have to hike rates if money market rates, I'll tightening. Anyway, is that something that your looking assets anywhere g or is that not quite the story yet? I don't think it's quite the story as Oviously this month as well financial conditions generally have tightened because of the notable correction low we see in the US equity markets and also some correction in in US credit markets. But at this stage is still not really sufficient scale to to really alter the Fed's current plans for for tightening. So it's something to watch over say if the dog was to continue to remain that these stronger levels as well or strengthen further strengthens our view that the fed will become more wary about over further tightening as we go into twenty nine hundred and some suggests that emerging markets might get a bit of a break from the strong dollar. Do you think that emerging-market currencies are going to be able to make up a little bit of their lost ground for the last year or so? Yeah. I mean, that's kind of been happening really over the last month, we had oversee over the summer markets become very pessimistic over emerging markets in general, and we have at least over the last month or so, and I kind of initial relief rally and at this stage. I still think the kind of story is is relatively favorable for for emerging markets. Just because they were so hard hits over over the summer period. But for these kinds of gains to be sustained going forward. I think we also need to see more evidence that the fed is is becoming more cautious over the need for further tightening. And also as well, we'd like to see kind of clear evidence that the dollar is is peaking out. More more broadly as well. What about the impact of all of this on? Currency's here in Europe. Then so if we look at the euro a fairly stable this morning, lots of people asking whether the will withdraw extraordinarily loose stimulus at the pace. It has intended to given what's happening with easily the fallout between the Italian government and Brussels. Do you see the on course to do what it said it will do hike rates at the end of next year? At this point in time were still sticking our view that will end Curie this year and then deliver right hike potentially at the end of Q three of next year. Like, you said right now, the the balance of risks is probably shifting towards them potentially being more cautious. And and potentially delaying the timing of of the first rate hike, obviously seen a loss of growth momentum this year in Europe. I was still thinking at this stage that that's just kind of a natural moderation in growth as the economy is now kind of getting closer to two full capacity, and what kind of converging back towards kind of more potential growth levels around one to one and a half percent. But obviously if this loss of growth for Benjamin Q three that was to continue, and as we go into q four and into next year, then we'd becoming closer to more worrying levels of growth where the would would seriously have to consider kind of take altering their plans to tighten policy. Okay. Thank you very much. Thanks for joining us Lee hardman currency analyst at ME. G we those here in London studio. Now, let's get the bigger picture. For the latest in global news is Louie beds, Markus Karlsson, Jonah Australia's prime minister. Scott Morrison is putting the Pacific islands at the center of his country's strategic outlook his comments come amid concerns over China's increasing diplomatic and economic presence in the region. This is their patch. This is part of the world. This is where we have special responsibilities. We always have we always will we have their back in die have house. We are more than partners by choice. We're connected as members of a Pacific family. Australia's prime minister, Scott Morrison. The Christian woman jailed for eight years on Pakistan's death row for blasphemy has been freed Beeby was last week cleared of the charges by Pakistan's Supreme court decision. That sparked mass protests across the country. Dozens of children kidnapped by unidentified gunmen from school in Cameroon have been released. Bloomberg's Kathrina higher reports now from Rb John authorities accused anglophone separatists have objecting to children, but a separatist spokesman denied being involved protesting against what they say is the modernisation of English-speaking minority by the majority. French-speaking government separatists have closed schools and driven away students and teachers have been kidnappings at other schools. But the group taken Sunday was the largest number of children abducted at one time in Abajian Caterina here, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. The French president Emmanuel Macron has drawn control the sea by defending his decision to include a Nazi collaborator in a ceremony for military leaders. Bloomberg's Gregor viscosity reports from Paris, of course, was a hero in World War One, but was sentenced to death after World War Two for his role in collaborating with Nazi-occupied. Here's critize name won't actually be read and Saturday ceremony and Macron, never defended his Vichy war. But he said office three. Protests after we said the towns role in the second World War didn't change the fact that he was a great soldier in the first in Paris, Gregory Cousy Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Global news twenty four hours a day on Aruna takes talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Markus Karlsson. This is Bloomberg Marcus. Thank you very much. Now the morning sports.

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"Wes Goodman full real time market commentary on knowledge this check out markets live that's m. l. i. v. on your Bloomberg terminal all right let's get back quickly that g twenty, meeting in Buenos I this the world's top finance chiefs have warned that trade tensions threaten global, growth is engines as the engines. Of leading economies fall out of, sync g twenty finance ministers and. Central bankers said in a statement published at the end of their two-day summit in. The Argentine capitol. That global, growth remains robust and many emerging market countries. Are better prepared, to face the crisis but risks to the world economy have increased it when it, comes to, corporate news this morning the former head of at Chrysler Sergio. Marconi remains, in intensive care struggling with complications after. Shoulder surgery according to the Italian news agency, answer the automaker named fifty four year old Britain And. Mike Manley to replace. Him. Over the weekend and as Bloomberg's Denise pelligrini reports. The choice shows that Fiat. Chrysler thinks it's future is all about Jeep Manley's. Been head. Of Fiat Chrysler automobiles Jeep brand since two thousand nine. And he, has a reputation for inspiring. Here's loyalty and getting the job done but he'll also face a lot of challenges including raising GPS profile in China meeting Beijing's rigorous fuel economy standards electrifying the company's lineup and boosting Alfa Romeo and Maserati GPS Lynch pin at the company's plant double prophet in the next five years and some analysts estimate Jeep alone could be worth, the entire market value of FIA at Chrysler Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg daybreak in Brexit news this morning, Amazon's UK head Doug girder has. Reportedly said there could be quote, civil unrest within two weeks if. Britain leaves the European Union with no deal the times newspaper says the warning was Given, a meeting on Friday organized by. Brexit secretary Dominic Robb it makes Amazon. UK the first business to issue issues, such a stark assessment of the threat posed, by a no deal Brexit quite scary girder girl from Gherman anyway let's move onto some other headlines from around the world we're gonna kick it off with Donald Trump really who's dominating once more let's. Say kick it over to Leon GARRETT'S good morning good morning Markus everyone's political leaders warning President. Trump in no uncertain terms not threaten his nation's. Oil exports exports. Hasaan Ruhani he said the US would be sorry, if it reimposes sanctions Iran. Name is the Americans say they won't allow Iran. To export even a, drop of oil Iran is that week what are you thinking what you cannot do such a thing we will stand up to you we are people have resistance the entire Iranian nation will resist, Meanwhile President Trump. Wound, around not a threaten the US. Tweeting that the country would. Face consequences really seen in history French president Macron has ordered a staff, shakeup after. Video emerged showing his aide beating up a protester officials say being beg scrape Fiske's says Macron has not said a public word. About what's. Shaping up to be the. First real crisis of his presidency parliament Monday will addition. The interior minister and the head of the, Paris police to understand why, security aide, to the French president meeting protesters. On may, first and. Why. The presidential palace kept it quiet and allow the to. Keep managing macaroni security are, we, Macron was singing. And dancing, in the dressing room of. France's victorious World Cup, team now retreated from public view in Paris Gregory Cousy Bloomberg daybreak Europe one woman's died and Thirteen people have? Been injured after a? Gunman opened fire in the Canadian city of Toronto details on scares but. Witnesses say a man opened. Fire in the Greek town area. Of, the city a place no info popular restaurants say the suspects shooter is dead and it's all change in Spain's..

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UK top diplomat warns no Brexit deal 'now a very real risk'

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

03:55 min | 2 years ago

UK top diplomat warns no Brexit deal 'now a very real risk'

"Wes Goodman full real time market commentary on knowledge this check out markets live that's m. l. i. v. on your Bloomberg terminal all right let's get back quickly that g twenty, meeting in Buenos I this the world's top finance chiefs have warned that trade tensions threaten global, growth is engines as the engines. Of leading economies fall out of, sync g twenty finance ministers and. Central bankers said in a statement published at the end of their two-day summit in. The Argentine capitol. That global, growth remains robust and many emerging market countries. Are better prepared, to face the crisis but risks to the world economy have increased it when it, comes to, corporate news this morning the former head of at Chrysler Sergio. Marconi remains, in intensive care struggling with complications after. Shoulder surgery according to the Italian news agency, answer the automaker named fifty four year old Britain And. Mike Manley to replace. Him. Over the weekend and as Bloomberg's Denise pelligrini reports. The choice shows that Fiat. Chrysler thinks it's future is all about Jeep Manley's. Been head. Of Fiat Chrysler automobiles Jeep brand since two thousand nine. And he, has a reputation for inspiring. Here's loyalty and getting the job done but he'll also face a lot of challenges including raising GPS profile in China meeting Beijing's rigorous fuel economy standards electrifying the company's lineup and boosting Alfa Romeo and Maserati GPS Lynch pin at the company's plant double prophet in the next five years and some analysts estimate Jeep alone could be worth, the entire market value of FIA at Chrysler Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg daybreak in Brexit news this morning, Amazon's UK head Doug girder has. Reportedly said there could be quote, civil unrest within two weeks if. Britain leaves the European Union with no deal the times newspaper says the warning was Given, a meeting on Friday organized by. Brexit secretary Dominic Robb it makes Amazon. UK the first business to issue issues, such a stark assessment of the threat posed, by a no deal Brexit quite scary girder girl from Gherman anyway let's move onto some other headlines from around the world we're gonna kick it off with Donald Trump really who's dominating once more let's. Say kick it over to Leon GARRETT'S good morning good morning Markus everyone's political leaders warning President. Trump in no uncertain terms not threaten his nation's. Oil exports exports. Hasaan Ruhani he said the US would be sorry, if it reimposes sanctions Iran. Name is the Americans say they won't allow Iran. To export even a, drop of oil Iran is that week what are you thinking what you cannot do such a thing we will stand up to you we are people have resistance the entire Iranian nation will resist, Meanwhile President Trump. Wound, around not a threaten the US. Tweeting that the country would. Face consequences really seen in history French president Macron has ordered a staff, shakeup after. Video emerged showing his aide beating up a protester officials say being beg scrape Fiske's says Macron has not said a public word. About what's. Shaping up to be the. First real crisis of his presidency parliament Monday will addition. The interior minister and the head of the, Paris police to understand why, security aide, to the French president meeting protesters. On may, first and. Why. The presidential palace kept it quiet and allow the to. Keep managing macaroni security are, we, Macron was singing. And dancing, in the dressing room of. France's victorious World Cup, team now retreated from public view in Paris Gregory Cousy Bloomberg daybreak Europe one woman's died and Thirteen people have? Been injured after a? Gunman opened fire in the Canadian city of Toronto details on scares but. Witnesses say a man opened. Fire in the Greek town area. Of, the city a place no info popular restaurants say the suspects shooter is dead and it's all change in Spain's..

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KBNP AM 1410

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"gregory cousy bloomberg" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Your time this morning we didn't get tons to occupy raising grand in the fed comments but we did the last hour and there's what's coming this hour as a we'll get to show matlock ethics and rights justice which james yeah let's get to work other news were covering from around the world for that we go to markets carlson thanks very much much today calls political movement will announce its slate of candidates for the parliamentary election in france bloomberg's greg viscous he has a preview with macro he wants to do things a little differently half must be woman and a half people from civil society we've never been involved in politics before it's a tough task the parties of the for the candidate who lost in the presidential elections are counting on the parliamentary elections the bounce back gregory cousy bloomberg daybreak paris us president donald trump is fighting back against criticisms from democrats and republicans that he mishandle the firing of fbi director james colmey bloomberg's kevin severely has more his spokesperson sarah huckabee sanders telling reporters at a briefing that it was the quote unquote purest form of hypocrisy for democrats to be outraged after specifically calling for his own outstanding during the presidential campaign members of the senate intelligence committee has invited director colmey me to testify privately in a meeting next week in the senate reporting from washington kevin really bloomberg news president trump also how does how does highest level face to face contact with russia on wednesday a day off the firing colmey bloomberg's nathan hey go reports russian foreign minister sergei lavrov says the buck an alia as he put it of russian election meddling didn't come up in his talks with president trump and secretary of state rex tillerson so what did come out as trump could stay to to build like trick matter relations with russia and to settle outstanding issues by speaking through an interpreter nathan hager bloomberg daybreak europe washington the european commission has sent a letter to the us government regarding a possible bound over electric devices on flights from european ports a german magazine has reported the us may announce the laptop ban on european flights this week earlier this year the us bound certain devices on flights originating from ten middle eastern airports global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty.

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"gregory cousy bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"gregory cousy bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Years since we have you here in you're you're the bloomberg mlive affect strategists let me ask you what your outlook or what the market's outlook is for currencies in this case and we were told yesterday pay the closest tension to the euro pound rate yeah that's that's that's an important rate i think and it's it's it's an interesting sort of metric for looking at you know how is brags brexit going to play out and i think even though we've had a bit of a squeeze squeezing inch in inspire short pound positioning i think that's probably still is a further squeeze to come in in that particular area so we could we could see your sterling may be feeling a little bit a downward pressure as that as that short pound positioning get squeezed out but the longer term prognosis for the euro zone economy is probably a little bit better than the than the uk and i would say as a result of that there's probably once you get up positioning washed out we could get further false story which thank you very much for your time this morning we didn't get to about raising granted the fed comments that we did that last hour and is what's coming this hour as shown mock as i've affects invites justice james yeah let's get to what other news were covering from around the world for that we go to market carlson thanks very much much today mccall's political movement will announce its slate of candidates for the parliamentary election in france bloomberg's greg viscous goosey has a preview always with macro he wants to do things a little differently half must be woman and a half people from civil society with never been involved in politics before it's a tough task the parties of the for the candidate who lost in the presidential elections are counting on the parliamentary elections the bounce back gregory cousy bloomberg daybreak paris us president donald trump is fighting back against criticisms from democrats and republicans that he mishandle the firing of fbi director james colmey bloomberg's kevin serenity has more his spokesperson sarah huckabee sanders telling reporters that everything that it was the quote unquote purest form of hypocrisy for democrats to be outraged after specifically calling for his own out saying during the presidential campaign members of the senate intelligence committee has invited director.

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"gregory cousy bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:37 min | 4 years ago

"gregory cousy bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Said that eight million daily active users period for a total of one hundred sixty six million with growth from a year earlier slowing to thirty six percent revenue also fell short of analysts estimates snap is working to pre can attract a dedicated young audience in the competitive social messaging market justifying a market value of almost twenty seven billion dollars charlie pellett bloomberg daybreak i was charlie pellett with the latest on snapchat which still for me is an riddled complete riddle anyway let's move on from that for the latest in global news here's the bucks use of the prime minister theresa may has pledged to britain's defense budget with above inflation spending increases as well as a commitment to meet nato is two percent of gdp target survey corporates party says it to committed to that target a today across but will announce its slate of candidates and the parliamentary election bloomberg's greg discu she has a preview with micro he wants to do things a little differently half must be woman and a half people from civil society will never been involved in politics before it's a tough task the parties of the for the candidates who lost in the presidential elections are counting on the parliamentary elections the bounce back gregory cousy bloomberg daybreak paris and president trump is fighting back against criticisms from democrats republicans that he mishandle the firing of fbi director james comey brooks covered sir really has for his spokesperson sarah huckabee sanders telling reporters at a briefing that it was the quote unquote purest form of hypocrisy for democrats to be outraged after specifically calling for his own out saying during the presidential campaign numbers of the senate intelligence committee has invited director call me to testify privately in a meeting next week in the senate reporting from washington kevin really bloomberg news president trump also had his highest level face to face contact yet rush on wednesday just a day after firing fbi director cheeks comic books reports russian foreign minister sergei lavrov says the buck an alia as he put it of russian election meddling didn't come up in his talks with president trump and secretary of state rex tillerson so what did come out as trump clearly stated his trista to builds business electric matter relations with russia and to settle outstanding issues speaking through an interpreter the white house says president trump press lavrov on the need to rein in syrian president bashar assad in that country's civil war nathan hager bloomberg daybreak europe washington twenty four hours a day powered by more than six hundred journalists and analysts.

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"gregory cousy bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"gregory cousy bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The timing isn't old too surprising we know that the anniversary of can ill song is coming up on april the fifteenth on saturday and we know that often the north koreans choose the social events to do a missile test it doesn't always happen on the day either so it could be coming at any time on any maybe he'll surprises have anything to react to at all meanwhile us president donald trump says he's delivered an ultimatum to china's president even north korea i think he wants to help us with north korea we talk trade we talk a lot of things and i said the where you're going to make a good trade deal is to help us with north korea otherwise we're just gonna go it alone that will be all right too but going it alone means going it with lots of other nations it has been a busy twenty four hours for trump is also demanded that nato members ramp up the defense spending after meeting with secretary general install sandbag yesterday south africa faces its worst crisis in a decade with thousands demanding presidency is also in the second protest in just a week these banks and reports the case was held on wednesday to coincide with zuma seventy fifth birthday signaling heighten cabinet composition after cabinet reshuffle that you widespread criticism the needed of opposition party for the call for people to continue organizing the games zuma in their own communities i'm thank you and in france this summer parliamentary elections could be bad news for three out of the four leading presidential candidates it makes gregory the skills he has more without a parliamentary majority of french president has no control over domestic policy in the passage generally gone together but this year three the four front runners have we political movements behind them would struggle to win a majority only fossil fuels as strong party behind them appointee never tires of making on parliament could either mean instability or it could be a major break and the more radical proposals of say look pen or mental shown gregory cousy bloomberg daybreak paris global needs twenty fires day powered by more than twenty six hundred journalists and i'm a similar the one hundred and twenty countries and founder kill half this back neighbor thanks so much sandra.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"gregory cousy bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Has turned ugly after becoming a four way race for less than two weeks to go before the fast vote this has more on emanuel micro was the undisputed front runner he could indulge in the luxury of not insulting his opponents now he's openly calling mellish communist in fion trustworthy off yawns responding micron doesn't have presidential stature and everyone is round on marine le pen after she made comments at exonerated france for any responsibility in the world war two collaboration gregory cousy bloomberg daybreak harris global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty six hundred yuan this analysis listen more than one hundred and twenty countries and to kill half this bag marcus thank sandra now the sport with column leslie stored in champions league quarter final first leg action against athletic who madrid later after all feel the veins dominated last night in the competition bruce the adornment monico who will face each other this evening a delete the planned this third three explosions went off near the german sites team bus pre much which leads to the bike else real deal with barcelona after convincing three the win by nearly take on real madrid list the ball street shakespeare's denied any falling with pre this flow the run every in the build up to the game of the italian claimed that someone behind him the club gordon employer in february crystal palace chairman steve party says they're not interested in cashing in wilfrid the warriors attracted a lot of claiming illegal attention this season and established himself the ivory coast national team i'm ben stalks at his rising pretty super giant team our second bottom of crickets t twenty indian premier league after a ninety seven one defeat to the daily deal devils liter just butlers by indians it up against the sunrise us hyderabad site featuring chris jordan european sports there we go to moscow live next this is bloomberg.

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