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"hang seng" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:49 min | 4 months ago

"hang seng" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now in terms of future as China futures flat. Hang Seng Index Futures up 2/10 of 1%. And we see a big rally in Tokyo. The Nikkei up another 1.2%, and that is a check of markets. Let's get to use update with Ed Baxter in San Francisco head All right. Brian can do. Taliban is saying that international flights out of Kabul Will resume shortly as Qatar and Turkey help restart operations. Taro Kono's chief rival for prime Minister of Japan, Shigeru Ishiba, has apparently not going to run for leadership of Japan's LDP, this in Asahi report. New York Mayor Bill de Blasio says with federal emergency declaration made areas need IDA relief money now, and FEMA says it is going to oblige Chinese Foreign Minister Wang He is now scheduled to meet with South Korean President Moon Jae in next week. This a male business report New Zealand is lifting its three week old lockdown for areas outside Auckland. Singapore The finance minister says transmissions need to be cut and will increase the frequency of mandatory testing for higher risk environments and Australia's New South Wales reporting over 1200 new cases as prime Minister Scott Morrison races to boost vaccination rates. In San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg are Juliette. Thank you. And let's get back to Mohammed Atta by city, head of APEC trading strategies in a interactive brokers studio in Hong Kong. So we are seeing this rally continue on these expectations that perhaps Tapering from the Fed will be delayed. But also this big rally in Japan. It was extraordinary. What happened on Friday? How much further do you see this run? Go. We have a piece on the Bloomberg on a M live blog today, saying the Nikkei 2 to 5 hasn't seen this much good news in years. Well, I think the rally in Japan actually started on August the 20th when there was a change in sentiment towards the whole of Asia, the market had become oversold and was rolling back. There was something that was expected from Japan on the on the political side. But I think what they've with with the announcement from the prime minister, there is some hope here. That something will change On the political side. There's hopes of a new stimulus package. The number of cases of covid is also peaked. At least it seems in the in the short term. I think the most important thing here is the one about positioning. We do have Nikki Futures and options expiry on Friday morning, so there's what's called A short gamma hall that is here, which basically means that as the market goes higher, a lot of those futures and options hedging people actually have to chase the market higher. And we've also got fund managers globally who are underweight. So they're all watching this. I think if we can get through, um fair value in our models is around 30,000 and 15. I think if we managed to get through that, then the December target is something like 31 a half 1000. Well again as we mentioned the Nikkei, hitting 30,000 for the first time since April in early trade, let's talk more about the potential delay here to the Fed, tapering and what that means for E m. You're saying we're at a critical level already in the MSC I emerging market medics Well, I think we were at the critical level sort of on August the 20th around that sort of 12 50 level at that point. What we said was, you know you had the nick I around 26,800. The Hang Seng Index was around 25,000 and emerging markets were around 12, 50 12 30 level and from analysis of where we are in terms of positioning. What we were looking at was, if the markets hadn't managed to hold those levels would be looking at further unwind of between 10 and 13%. So Lot of bad news had been factored in. You had this sort of negative virus and regulatory and monetary policy news that that was there. But on the flip side, you also have this positive liquidity that is being put into global markets by the central banks around the world. And some of that money flows back into this region. And so that was a key point at which that liquidity argument was being tested. So for the time being, what it appears, is that those models remain intact. What we have is The markets continuing to remain very dependent on the global central bank liquidity, So I think that the past 18 months have actually been the easy ones for investors. I think once we get to the end of this year and we look into 2022 When they take away that liquidity. That's going to be the real test of whether the fund managers are any good or not, and just quickly. Let's also talk about the Asian supply chain crunch. We know this is likely to possess, causing a raft of issues, including global supply shortages, but there is some opportunity you would expect here, too. There's there's always opportunity. I think the question is, and this is going back to the question where we started off with, you know, sort of where the supply trains are going to be rerouted. I think one of the big issues over the next few years is going to be the implementation of this carbon, um, equalization measures from the European Union How that's going to impact China the issue of state subsidies. All of these issues, which sort of trying to get a bit of a free ride from 2000 and five onwards, probably until 2000 and 18. Those issues are now coming back and and being revisited, So I do think there's going to be a continued vilification of the of the global economy. And there's going to be opportunities within that, especially in Japan, Korea, Maybe even India as there's a re routing away from, um, try knees, supplies..

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"hang seng" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:35 min | 7 months ago

"hang seng" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With recession. We're looking at trading getting underway in 30 minutes in Tokyo and Seoul and also in Sydney. Two hours then, before the Hong Kong market starts to trade and also Shanghai and Shenzhen at the moment, it looks fairly positive. Yesterday was a pretty sharp down day right across the region, so we might see a little relief today you've got Hang Seng Index futures up 2/10 of a percent. China futures edging higher More pronounced gains expected in Australia Nikkei Futures 8 28,045, and that would just be a fractionally higher than the cash close yesterday. That's all coming up. But for now the top stories, Richmond Fed President Thomas Barkin says the U. S labor market isn't close to its pre pandemic levels, he says. There's a long way to go. On labor market progresses, Employment is 7.6 million below pre covid levels. Howard Barker said He didn't believe that there were structural reasons that would keep employment from recovering, eventually expecting to see strong job gains by August in September, with regard to asset purchases Bar can emphasize patients. Before scaling back. I think there is some downside to trying to get too clever and how you move left and how you move right To the extent that we're going to at some point here, reach substantial further progress and start the process of tapering. I would also, in addition to the arguments that I just discussed, I also have some preference for sort of the the least drama way of losing back to normal. Also today in Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari, saying that the U. S economy has a long way to go to fully recover, but he expects employment to pick up after the summer months. Fed officials will, of course be perusing Friday's employment report is the latest gauge for progress with regards to the labor market. And we heard from Fed Governor Christopher Waller on this program sitting down with our Kathleen Hays and he said he has a very optimistic outlook. The economy has been better than people thought, and that it is now in a different phase, although he also admitted he did not move his dot Plot forward At the June FOMC meeting. We were told that JPMorgan Chase has increased pay for its junior bankers. That's to ease the burden of a heavy workload during the pandemic. First year. Analysts are now being offered starting salaries of $100,000. We're told the bank is also boosting entry level banker pay before bonuses across its global workforce. The plan reported earlier by insider and financial news at the same thing at the same time, JP Morgan CEO Jamie Diamond said that Paris is now the bank's main trading center in Europe. He said the new headquarters will see as much as $400 billion in trading volume every day. Alibaba, the Chinese government nearing a deal to buy a stake in the retail, um soon in a social setting, as a deal would be made via a consortium led by Baba and the Jiangsu Provincial government. This is Beijing's latest effort to clean up its heavily indebted conglomerates. Olympics, Tom Mackenzie told us as Sunni wound up here. Well, they went on a shopping spree just like H and aided and just like wonder did, And those were both companies that were reined in, ultimately by the government are forced to sell off assets or taken over completely. What they did was buy into areas like real estate and finance. Even sport soon owns the European, the Italian soccer team, Inter Milan, So it is a consequence of that. Well indeed, billionaire Jin Jin Dong is president and executive director of Soon in, I was told that Jang will no longer have control of the company after the deal, and it's something which could be announced as soon as this week. All right. The time is 34 minutes past the hour. Let's take a look at markets, particularly here in the Asia Pacific, and we can wrap what happened on Wall Street. A fairly positive lead in from Wall Street with the NASDAQ Up to 10 Sieve Percent, Continuing a trend of late for tech companies rebounding. The S and P 500 was flat up one point only. And the Dow industrials finished up nine points so very slight gains, but again not only technology, but retail companies. Rising financials underperformed and so did energy here in the Asia Pacific. We've got futures higher and looking at a couple of interesting News stories this morning Telstra selling 49% stake and in its mobile tower assets for $2.8 billion and we have the Chinese ride, hailing giant DD Global. Pricing shares in its U. S initial public offering looks like it will raise about $4 billion. This would add to the sum of by expanding from the earlier indications on the share sale, and it would put This as the second biggest I P o coming from China in the U. S. After Alibaba, which raised more than $25 billion many years ago. Right now, The dollar is pretty steady Dollar yen 1 10 55. The yield on the 10 year treasury at 1.46% and WTI crude is trading up two thirds of a percent $73.46 a barrel were shot. All right. Well, it's that time when we check in with some of the global news Moderna says new research shoes It's faction does protect against the delta variant. Let's get over to San Francisco enjoying Ed Baxter. Yeah, thank you, Rich in as you know, that is the one that's infecting a good part of the globe. Now, the company says, as well. It produced antibodies against all tested variants. Dr Ahmed Adel jah.

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Stock-market futures slightly up on vaccine optimism

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Stock-market futures slightly up on vaccine optimism

"We're are looking at futures moving slightly higher. Hang Seng Index Futures China futures About 3/10 of 1% or so the cash market in Tokyo just moving a little bit lower here in the early going, but the SX 200 trading up about a half of

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Nikkei rises to fresh 3-month high on recovery hopes

America's Morning News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Nikkei rises to fresh 3-month high on recovery hopes

"AFN markets and shares advanced in Asia today Tokyo's Nikkei closing at its highest level since late February gaining point four percent after opening lawyer the hang Seng in Hong Kong surging one percent after authorities showed restraint as thousands defied a police ban to join a candlelight vigil Thursday marking the thirty first anniversary of China's crushing of democracy in Beijing's Tiananmen Square

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Hong Kong Stocks Rally After Trump Holds Fire on Retaliation

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Hong Kong Stocks Rally After Trump Holds Fire on Retaliation

"Update Hong Kong stocks surged today despite president trump's value and the financial hubs the special trading status over China's push to increase its control over the former British colony the hang Seng index gained more than three percent China reported an unexpected increase in manufacturing activity in may also at a sluggish

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"hang seng" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"hang seng" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Dot com and futures are falling this morning six SO one on Wall Street we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S. and P. futures down sixteen points Dow futures down a hundred thirty eight nasdaq futures down to sixty four the dax in Germany down three quarters of a percent the footsie one hundred is down one point three percent hang Seng in Hong Kong fell five and a half percent ten year treasury up ten thirty seconds he'll point six three percent of the yield on the two year point one five percent NYMEX crude oil is down five point seven percent on a dollar ninety two at thirty two dollars and one cent a barrel Nathan McCarron the drop in equities comes on news out of Asia China announced plans to impose a national security law in Hong Kong Bloomberg's Ian Barlow begins our global team coverage out of Hong Kong China is making dramatic moves to impose national security laws in Hong Kong a development that has alarmed pro democracy forces in the city and prompted US lawmakers to propose sanctions Chinese officials have said the law is necessary because of the city's violent protests over the past year Chinese officials also said they acted because Hong Kong lawmakers have failed to pass national security legislation that is mandated in the city's constitution the controversial move to impose a national security law could make it easier for the government to curtail dissent street protests and freedom of speech and are almost certainly bound to prompt more unrest in the former British colony in Hong Kong Iain Marlow Bloomberg daybreak guardian thank you the news led to a selloff in Asia we get the recap from Bloomberg's Juliette Sally in Singapore good morning night and Karen the embassy I Hong Kong index plunged the most since October two thousand and H. while the hang sang had its biggest drop in five years with property stocks leading the declines an index of real estate companies slumping eight percent the Hong Kong dollar weakened the most in six weeks and the three month high ball rose by twenty three basis points the most since October two thousand and eight on the mainland the CSI three hundred closed lower by two point three percent as China abandoned its hard growth targets in India the benchmark repurchase rate was lowered by fifty basis points to four percent elsewhere the K. two to five down eight tenths of one percent in Tokyo Australia's ASX two hundred down one percent on the clothes in Sydney and south Korea's KOSPI down one point four percent in Singapore Juliet's Ali Bloomberg daybreak hi Julia thank you China is pledging to implement the first phase of its trade deal with the U. S. despite setbacks in the corona virus outbreak and growing tensions to Bloomberg's John Tucker joins us live with the latest on good morning Karen premier league fishing told an annual gathering of lawmakers in Beijing today we will work with the United States to implement the phase one trade agreement the U. S. and China say and signed the pact on January fifteenth and rolled back some tears but the agreement has come under threat as the two nations escalate disputes on a number of fronts and China's promises to buy more from the U. S. that promise looks out of reach as demand plummets because of the pandemic president trump last weeks of the U. S. would save five hundred billion dollars if it cut off ties with China John Tucker Bloomberg daybreak thank you John federal reserve vice chairman Richard Clarida says U. S. policymakers may need to provide the battered economy with additional support beyond the unprecedented actions they've already taken and appearing on the corner of our state and the declaration of the downturn that it argues additional support from both monetary and fiscal policy maybe call weren't clear to made the comments in a speech delivered via webcast to New York association for business economics Abbott laboratories says an ongoing study shows that it's ID now Kobe nineteen test is a high rate of accuracy we get more from Bloomberg Charlie Pellett the company is attempting to counter a claim by outside doctor is that the test may return too many false negatives in a statement Abbott said partial data from the company funded study showed that it accurately detected the virus ninety four point seven percent of the time and correctly gave negative results ninety eight point six percent of the time Abbott labs shares fell last week after researchers at New York University said they're independent study but shown that Abbott's desktop printer size machine may Mrs many as half of positive cases Charlie Pallett Bloomberg daybreak thank you Charlie the university of Oxford in AstraZeneca have begun recruiting more than ten thousand subjects for advanced human studies of one of the world's fastest moving experimental covered nineteen vaccines volunteers will be recruited across the UK and will record their reactions in an E. diary and attend some follow up visits some will be given swabs for taking samples at home a corona virus pandemic has led to a record budget deficit and a U. K. M. bloomers you and Potts has more life from our London bureau you and good morning good morning Karen Nathan a budget deficit of sixty two billion pounds the British government board more in April than in any month since records began the government spends on unprecedented package to prevent the collapse of the UK's economy barring last month was more than the whole of the previous fiscal year the devastating impact of ours also on display in retail sales data that number dropped by eighteen percent in April life in London I'm you impulsively but daybreak thanks you and IBM is the latest tech company to cut jobs in the midst of the pandemic the company let workers going at least five states so IBM didn't give any numbers one worker who lost his job though says the number of positions eliminated is likely to be in the thousands it's unclear how many of the cuts are caused by the pandemic IBM has suffered years of falling revenue dell is cutting costs to deal with the weakening global economy it'll quit making contributions to employees four oh one K. retirement plans does also frozen hiring internal promotions and raises for the rest of the fiscal year in a memo chief operating officer Jeff Clark cited the shrinking spending on information technology and again futures are lower this morning with S. and P. futures down about twelve points straight ahead we have the latest world and national news HM this is Bloomberg I.

"hang seng" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"hang seng" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The markets for you every fifteen minutes it's pretty uniform across the Asia Pacific futures are higher this morning the numbers are not huge but looking at hang Seng index futures up four tenths of a percent China futures up half a percent Nikkei futures are now up about six tenths of one percent implying a gain of maybe a hundred and fifty hundred sixty points at the open we'll get some markets opening up in the next ten minutes or so some positive developments so U. S. coronavirus cases up just one point eight percent that was well below the average the U. K. is taking some first steps to open the economy are we should mention that there were a couple of concerning factors in places like South Korea where they had fifty four cases over a number of days in the nightclub circuit in detail on and so the the president there was super was concerned it was expressing that but if you look at market so trying to move on trying to get some economies opening up and this is a theme that was evident in U. S. trading on Friday at shares of energy industrial and consumer staples companies doing well the ex L. ET ETF representing energy was up four point six percent in that session and I was running these numbers over the weekend just for my own edification share them with you there's this misconception that the big tech companies have rebounded the most in drag everything else up but actually since the March twenty third low yes P. five hundred is up thirty one percent the nasdaq one hundred so the biggest make Capitec's up thirty two percent the Russell two thousand bunch of the small guys up thirty four percent and R. S. P. the equal weight up thirty five percent so even since the time of the lows investors have been playing that some of the smaller come openings will benefit from economies opening up you know what I was saying earlier was that if you think that was the case then when we didn't have much word about economies re opening it may even be more.

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Federal Reserve cuts rates to near zero in emergency action

First Morning News

01:33 min | 1 year ago

Federal Reserve cuts rates to near zero in emergency action

"Well stocks coming up some big games Friday wrapping up a roller coaster week on Wall Street a lot of big swings Friday the Dow added nineteen hundred eighty five points to close at twenty three thousand one hundred eighty six the nasdaq was up six hundred seventy three point seven nine percent gain S. and P. up nine percent well guess what going away today the Dow futures pointing lower again after a move by the fed to cut interest rates to near zero the federal reserve announcing rare emergency action to calm financial fears cutting interest rates to near zero percent their lowest level since the Great Recession president trump who's been critical of the fed previously applauding I want to congratulate the federal reserve that's a big difference quite a bit of a point since the record highs last month the Dow is now down twenty one percent for the average four oh one K. that started the year at one hundred twelve thousand three hundred dollars that would mean a drop as much as twenty three thousand five hundred dollars correspondent Rebecca Jarvis let's look at those future numbers this morning the market actually in a lock down because of the teachers went down about five percent this morning so the Dow futures down a thousand points nasdaq down the three hundred fifty nine and the S. and P. futures down hard twenty they're all locked in at like four and a half percent drop at the open overseas markets are sharply lower this morning we've got the footy London dax in Germany each down about eight percent of the early trading the Japanese Nikkei index closed down two and a half percent this morning hang Seng index in Hong Kong down four

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Asian Shares Tumble On Virus Worries

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

01:21 min | 2 years ago

Asian Shares Tumble On Virus Worries

"And Brian we are seeing significant selling coming through across a number of key Asian markets today yes this spread outside China particularly with South Korea this morning announcing so many new cases another hundred sixty one cases investors very nervous the crosspiece trading down sixty three points now that's a drop just under three percent for that index no trading in Tokyo today some of the other big losses include the ASX two hundred trading down two point two percent and the hang Seng index here in Hong Kong off one point three percent the China markets are faring a little bit better with the CSI three hundred trading down about a half of one percent this consideration here that the spread outside China might run unabated and that could bring down global growth and so investors are selling and we've been musing in the in the markets live blog that this is one dip that maybe investors will be slow to buy and that's what we're seeing this morning out of single market is trading higher some of the haven investments are higher gold for instance sixteen hundred sixty three dollars and eighty cents and bitcoin is higher just under ten thousand now with a gain of two point four percent some of the selling in the Chinese currency the CNH now seven oh four eighteen although off the worst levels of the day trade on the weak side of seven oh five billion now one eleven fifty eight so lots of action in the

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"hang seng" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:49 min | 2 years ago

"hang seng" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is nine thirty AM in Hong Kong and here in Singapore on Juliet solid and our brain Kurdish trading is underway throughout most of the region the hang Seng index is just open down about a half of one percent that's a hundred and thirty point two so the CSI three hundred in China trading down about two thirds of a percent pretty much a down day here in the region will get you details with Doug prisoner coming up momentarily but for now the top stories well Elliott management has built a stake in Japan's softbank worth nearly three billion dollars the main coincides with Elliott's push on softbank to make changes that would boost its share price ideas in self bankrupt by more than eight percent and just checking in on shares in Tokyo out by five point three percent and just briefly wanted to mention the death toll from the coronavirus stands at six hundred thirty six that's an increase of seventy three overall with sixty nine into bay province and the total number of mainland cases at thirty one thousand one hundred sixty one and some twenty two thousand in who bay Boeing has identified another issue with the ground at seven thirty seven Max the company says the float won't set back the goal of returning the plane to service Bloomberg's run in case says another development was welcome news six and said that certification flight could occur within a few weeks after a key regulatory step on the way to getting the plane back into service and Boeing shares rose significantly after he said that leading the Dow Jones industrial average the playmaker identified the issue during flight testing and notified the Federal Aviation Administration last month F. A. A. chief Steve Dixon told reporters in London the FAA is evaluating the latest software issue will face massive become incredibly hard to find in Hong Kong with the corona virus outbreak people have been queuing other nice when they get news of new stock arriving which joined now by Bloomberg Hong Kong bureau chief young lady to consider he should have access to these precious supplies and he'll tell us how the distribution of mall supplies is a working in Hong Kong and I guess how it differs around Asia hi Juliet on the mosque distribution is that really sucks alive call call I think that's why you're seeing people queuing up in the streets overnight setting up ten and sharing one thing is we have some confusion politician she looks like a Caroline whether people should wear a facemask she where she would face not last week in some press conferences disposition stop she says she wants to save face mask for the medical staff I'm sure that's confusion hair and she's getting criticism spectrum off the political circle hair for the next that now yeah just anecdotally in going around trying to get some of the essentials what you hear from people is a lack of confidence in the government is that in in the the decisions that they're making or is it basically because of the quarantine possibilities with China and US you know where a lot of the supplies come from I think it's an makes those what you said on one hand this of this hospital a lack of trust how the government handling it leasing medical staff he is striking asking together close the borders of China and highly recommended moved his shot some of the borders but not the entire borders in terms of supplies he's a surgical mask I'm sure going to we also running out all in general this to the market okay I think in terms of supplies and the government they clarified even Nash something the borders consciously issue than if I call gold trade coming from China I think again in this point of time people that could be a big concert I did just want to get supplies ahead of the curve yes certainly a concerning time we hope you are safely but Kong Kong bureau chief few on that late thanks so much let's get a check on market action here in Asia on the final trading day of the week with live extra Christmas Julie at a lot of the negativity that we're seeing in the equity market may be tied to weaker currencies right now I think aliens soul that's the case where the Korean one is concerned against the dollar down off about six sent tens of one percent and then in the equity space The Cosby is down eight tenths of one percent now the end is a bit stronger against the dollar not by much though one oh nine eighty eight the Nikkei only off about two tenths of one percent in Hong Kong however hang sang is weaker by half of one percent Shanghai composite off about six tenths of one percent and in Sydney be a SX two hundred he is down about a half of one percent of some of the weakness that we're seeing displayed in the currency market may be predicated on this idea that central banks are standing ready to mitigate any downside to the global economy particularly economies in the APEC region that given the the outbreak of the corona virus and quickly from the Bloomberg terminal Toyota China is a delaying the restart of it's a production he in China that according to Kyodo news I want to let you know that in terms of a U. S. sovereign debt to the ten year treasury in the Tokyo session is actually down in yield terms to one sixty three as a result of a push up in price I'm Doug prisoner at the bluebird interactive brokers studio in New York Juliet thank you very much as well as Chinese doctor who tried to sound and early alarm regarding that the novel coronavirus says now died of the disease and Baxter has all the glove when using the nine sixty San Francisco newsroom at yeah that's exactly right surely at doctor leave when the young who's a thirty four year old doctor tried to sound the alarm on the potential of Wuhan corona virus and was confronted in December by police for spreading rumors doctor Lee is passed away now after trying to research on ammonia the note pneumonia an epidemic from now which she's died the death is because some criticism of China for late reaction again he was thirty four China not happy with nations to cancel flights into and out of China John manning it is a Chinese ambassador to the U. R. L. dead dead dead the other man's of different countries all respect and follow W. H. O. but my sis and regulations which are professional but today the director general of saying the WHL doesn't know all whole lot about the virus Blankley we shadow boxing we need to bring this minus out into the light so we can attack the property a doctor general doctor catchers go braces says they have learned a lot it's.

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Asian Markets Lower As Coronavirus Fears Intensify

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:14 min | 2 years ago

Asian Markets Lower As Coronavirus Fears Intensify

"Let's talk about the Asian stock markets. Of course the corona viruses creating havoc. Not only with our health but also with the economy. Yes and it's difficult to retell or estimate how how how bad that's going to be. We had a Federal Reserve meeting the US Central Bank last night and he did. Act- actually acknowledge the risks to the global economy for China. China is the second largest economic block in terms of largest economy in the world and the moment the Shanghai stock market is closed just because of Lunar New Year and that's been extended until Friday so we don't have the Chinese stock market opening trading. But we do have indications from other markets. The the Nikkei in Japan is down almost two percent. Hong Kong's Hang Seng has lost eight percent in the ten days. Since the spread of the virus I started to become sort of global issue. And if you look at sort of Asia Pacific shares. It's a seven week low so it's very very difficult difficult to try to work out the economic impact but it could be considerable taking Chinese growth from over six percent to below five percent notwithstanding Zainul the appalling human cost of this as well and stocks in Europe stocks all over the world that aren't even the airline stocks down because we saw yesterday. Yes they put your share wasted. It's not going to be flying China. You've got luxury goods companies like LVMH. Nobody's buying a China's massive by of luxury goods. Nobody's buying luxury she gets. You've got metals and mining companies companies that dig raw materials out the ground. Those shares fell why because China is a big user of raw materials. This this is something that is affecting the global economy although right now nobody knows quite how significant that is going to be. What about? The Star could precedent. Because of course. We've been here before. With the SARS academic yes but suddenly everyone was become experts in viruses. I don't know if you've noted this Georgina. I am not an expert advice. I can just just repeat what I've read. What I've read is that it is spreading? Ulster but what do I know. Keep with me on business. Finance and Economics Georgina. Georgina off much viruses.

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Asian markets keep falling over the coronavirus

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Asian markets keep falling over the coronavirus

"Slash now European and U. S. equity futures are pointing to a lower open following a slump in Asian stocks this morning it comes amid mounting evidence that the coronaviruses disrupting Chinese grows with economists revising the phone calls and a slew of companies to spending some of that China operations in an effort to contain the disease to that end we have seen the hang Seng slipped to an eight tenths of a percent the sea of red generally across the major

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"hang seng" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"hang seng" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Hand-eye Bryan Curtis. In Hong Kong. Let's get you this hour's top business stories and the markets. President Trump has warned the tariffs on China will be raised if president Xi Jinping, does not meet him at the g twenty summit Trump told reporters he could impose tariffs of even much higher than twenty five percent on some three hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods. In the meantime, China's central Bank unexpectedly set you on daily reference rates stronger than six point nine to the dollar. It's a move seen as stemming for the weakness in the currency. PBC also said it would sell bills in on calm this month. The issuance could soak up you on liquidity and make shorting the currency more expensive. China is said to be willing to allow more imported me to overcome a potential shortage of pork. Bloomberg's Rishaad Salamat has more. The China meet association says Beijing may lift restrictions on buffalo meat from India, as well as cows, and sheep from Gola also Polk from Russia and beef from the UK, this is because after. Swine fever has infected China's domestic pig hoods experts from the targeted countries currently restricted for a number of reasons. These in good BSE, and even swine fever and other countries coming as well. Germany's agriculture minister plans to visit China later this week. And that's Rashad Salona Salesforce, has agreed to buy the software maker Tableau in a fifteen point three billion dollar deal. And AG L energy, one of Australia's biggest power generators has offered to pick up network operator vocal group, the offer twenty-seven percent more than focuses last closing price in the markets today. A lot of buoyancy the Hang Seng index up half a percent, CSI three hundred in China one point five percent. Stocks are higher in Tokyo with gains of four tenths of percent and the two hundred in Australia up one.

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"hang seng" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"hang seng" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In a wheelchair to win the Tony. I'm Evan Haning. And I'm Bryan Curtis in Hong Kong. Let's get you this hour's top business stories and the markets Asian stocks are sharply higher after President Trump suspended, his plans for tariffs on Mexico treasuries fell and the yen retreated as demand for havens, sank chief, executive Carrie Lam is addressing the news media, as we record in comments, so far, she has not mentioned withdrawing controversial extradition, Bill, as many as a million people marched against it over the weekend. In economic news. China's exports unexpectedly rebounded in may and imports fell exports up one point one percent year on year. The estimate was for a drop of three point nine percent import. Fell eight point five percent. And that was more than estimated from the G twenty secretary-general on hell. Gloria tells Bloomberg television trade tensions and slowing growth have put the onus on central bankers. He calls them heroes. But says even they may not be able to do enough. United Technologies has agreed to by Raytheon in all-stock deal it forms. A huge aerospace and defense company with seventy four billion in sales. Growth, accor- is an analyst at Bloomberg intelligence. Boost in commercial exposure, nine four United Technologies. Premier top tier provider of the high margin defense system, radars and missile defense, components munitions offers a pretty sizable instinct diversification. Factor that rivals Boeing is Japan's economy expanded at a slightly faster pace than initially estimated in the first quarter of two point. Two percent revised higher from two point one percent. All right. A quick check in the markets. The Hang Seng index surging more than six hundred points higher two and a quarter percent. And the Nikkei two to five is up one point one percent. Global news, twenty four hours a day, live at tick tock on Twitter, and powered by twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. You know, I'm Bryan Curtis. This is Bloomberg..

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Chinese markets rise after release of higher-than-expected May trade surplus

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

01:26 min | 2 years ago

Chinese markets rise after release of higher-than-expected May trade surplus

"Very much. We'll just looking at China futures just started to trade up about three quarters of one percent. We're making up for markets being closed on Friday in China. Hong Kong and also in Taiwan, so we get quite a few markets opening here. Taiwan market opening also pretty sharply to the upside up nine tenths of one percent. Singapore has just opened up about a third of a percent. So we definitely have the animal spirits. Released to a certain degree today. We've got US equity futures that are hired to just two tenths of one percent, but the weaker US jobs report brings the fed a little bit closer to possibly a rate cut, so that has investors into and also the deal that was announced President Trump suspending his plan for tariffs on Mexico that were to come into place on the Monday has also led to some optimism, the Mexican peso jumped the most in about a year. It's trading here at the moment, up one point seven three percent. So it looks like a pretty solid day. But there's, there's no real progress on the US China front so that could could keep things perhaps a little bit restrained. The offshore Chinese currency is bit weaker now. Six ninety four thirty four against the US dollar. We'll get Hang Seng index futures to start trade in about thirteen minutes or so, we'll bring you that. And right now, the doll yen is at one hundred forty five that's a sharply. Weaker yen cash market in Tokyo. The Nikkei is up a full one percentage point no trading in Australia. Area and around the rest of the region positive numbers

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"hang seng" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"hang seng" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on the Bloomberg SNP futures up eight and a half points. Dow futures up seventy eight NASDAQ futures up twenty five Dax in Germany's up six tenths percent. Cac in Paris up eight tenths percent and the Footsie-100 up seven tenths percent. Nikkei two twenty five in Japan. Little change. The Hang Seng in Hong Kong gained a quarter percent. Ten year treasury up ten thirty seconds, yield two point one zero percent yield on the two year one point eight two percent. Nymex crude oil up one percent or fifty two cents to fifty two twenty a barrel. Comex gold up six tenths percent or seven dollars thirty cents at thirteen forty ninety announce. The euro, one point one two, three six against the dollar and the yen one. Oh, eight point one six Nathan journey. We begin with Fiat Chrysler walking away from talks with Renault Fiat abruptly, withdrew its offer to combine with the French automaker after its board postponed a decision on the deal for a second time. We get the very latest from Bloomberg's Dave mccombs who says talks put Renault in a tough position. They were seeking an agreement from the to Nissan board members in the company that's been very tricky to negotiate for them. They want to be able to protect it Nissan's interests within a broader alliance. At the same time, you also add in, of course, the French government, and that's where things get even more difficult than more complicated. Fiat specifically cited political conditions, not existing for the deal at this time. So I think it's a combination of both of political pressure pressure from other stakeholders and Nissan that made it really hard for to make a quick decision on shares of Renault are down about seven and a half percent on the news while Fiat shares are little changed. Mexico's foreign minister thinks he can reach a deal with the US to word off tariffs domestic, because we have a good meeting with respect to position from both parts. We have to share our point of view. President Trump is also striking an optimistic tone. I think.

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"hang seng" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"hang seng" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Impact of the tariffs on GDP so far has been relatively small, it's been big on the financial markets. And of course, the risk is that financial conditions will then feed back into the state of the economy. The state of investment, the s&p five hundred index down twenty three a drop of eight tenths of one percent. The Dow down two hundred thirty seven points, down nine tenths, and NASDAQ was down twenty nine drop a four tenths of one percent in New York, Charlie Pellett, Bloomberg. Daybreak asia. All right, we're thirty four past the hour. Bryan Curtis is here looking at markets. So it looks like it could be a little bit of a down day for the APEC region. Don't you think it does? You've got the bond market, and the trade war both of them or flashing warning signals as we just heard there in that report by Charlie, and that has investors nervous. So probably see some losses today. You mentioned that Nikkei futures suggesting two hundred and fifty to two hundred seventy point decline at the open sets more than one percent. Hang Seng index futures contract, not active, but flat, and China futures down about two thirds of one percent. Australian futures also down similar margin about two thirds of one percent. So let's let's take a look at the past month the CSI three hundred down seven percent. The Hang Seng index down seven and a half percent. The S and P five hundred down four point eight percent. So he starting to see a little bit of catch-up now for American stocks. And here's the. Sensex lonely there with gains of seven point three percent in just the past two weeks alone since the election. And so, that'll be a good one to keep an eye on up again yesterday at thirty thousand seven forty nine. We started this run thirty-seven thousand about two weeks back. Let's take a look at oil WTI could not fifty dollars eighty seven cents down another half of one percent. Gold is trading twelve hundred eighty four the Chinese currency has been steadily weakening Monday kind of hanging around six ninety to the dollar yesterday. More like six ninety one to six ninety two today. We're at six point nine two one seven but off the worst levels earlier this morning at six ninety three that's check of markets, and we.

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Global Stocks Outlook

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

02:32 min | 2 years ago

Global Stocks Outlook

"With that this morning as we say Asian stocks are mixed fluctuating after positive data on China's economy raised doubts over additional stimulus. But it does look like the stimulus has been working thus far taking a look at the major indexes overnight. We see the Nikkei and the topics up a quarter percent or or more of the Hang Seng in Hong Kong, though, down two tenths of a percent. And the CSI three hundred the broader Chinese index is also down about one tenth of one percent. So very interesting after we saw the Chinese economy growing six point four percent taking a look at the futures trade early in the session here, we see negative trade on footsie few. Features and one tenth of one percent. Dax futures unchanged right now, and US futures all showing a positive trade. So a lot of times it takes a while to work out these prices in the morning, we could see some swings here or there. So let's take a look at some other risk indicators to see which way things could go US ten year. Treasury yield is very little changed at two point five nine four percent. So it did come up substantially in the last twenty four hours but currently hovering around two point six we see gold at twelve seventy seven. So it fell decently over the last twenty four hours, but is now on its way back up, and we see a yen little changed at one eleven nine. Almost one twelve right now, the euro holding at one thirteen a pound at one thirty sixty one and we have some breaking news here out of Sweden, Switzerland right now. Now Rauch is raising its guidance for two thousand nineteen taking a look at the ticker or g at SP as as as the one I use raising its two thousand nineteen sales growth guidance to mid single digit percentage. So basically saying, you know, four five six percent sales growth in two thousand nineteen sees core EPS earnings per share growing broadly in line with sales. So if you wanted to a look at what's going on in terms of Russia's forecasts. You've got it there. It did report. First quarter sales beating the analysts estimates, in fact, beating all including the highest analysts estimates so watch for Roche

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"hang seng" Discussed on Get Your Glow Back

Get Your Glow Back

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"hang seng" Discussed on Get Your Glow Back

"Always. I'm an M peaceful 'have, and it is just so issue. I didn't anyone's, but she's very much ical kind of gorgeous women house represents in every way. It's cozy. It's Viking colorful. I just love I feel at home completely. Thank you. I love him. It's place to feel safe and cozy and just cocoon yourself say, I love it. So I really wanted to speech today about tenancy because when it comes to facility, I just feel like you have the answer tabby thing. And you've really helped me on my Fatu the Johnny five years ago now and succumbing to see help regulate my periods because I have PO ass on. I think PCS is something that so many people are struggling with. And when do you think it's the point that you should start to seek help when you figure out that you have irregular periods or PCS thing that we really as general rule, we want to be having a least three periods in a year in the absolute minimum before if becomes through detrimental to our health. So I think if you all go long periods without Peres that you wanna get that checked out probably with I would say within six months, really because knowledge is power, and you know, the so much that we can do to help. There's a lot of stuff you can do before gain to Dr yourself, you can appeal and things that I knew exercise. One of the things on finding Los in Kennedy's. The Ashley this quite misdiagnosis between policy covers and hypothalamus came in a rare hypothermic, Amen, arrear usually happens opted. Periods of extreme exercise and weight off. Because when you look at the over onto a scam. They look that cystic as well as really important together blood tests to determine whether it's actually policy covers all Coloma came in. And you could get that from your GP. Yes. Because that's becoming ready common. I got a lot of questions of people messaging me saying haven't how my period for year. And I think because we've become obsessed with like having ABS and going to the gym laws. This is often causing people to go quite underweight and not have aloft body fat because buddy Fouts pretty important right for your hormones. It is. Yes, we want not too much body fat and not too little. And obviously this both comes. And you want a bit of body especially for visibility. And I think that's what I tend to see women maybe in that twenties. Thirties are working out to get a really good day. But actually that's often not really healthy intensive ability one hundred percent, and that's difficult balance to strike is an because I think people can get obsessed with the Hang Seng way all can lose control with that east. Hang from the other side to kind of get in that middle can be quite a difficult thing to do if someone for example has peace yo ass. What would you advise him to be doing should be Ritchie sing sugar levels? We hear a lot about eating too much sugar. When you have PC us is that uninvited that you would give people. Yeah. Absolutely. But my purchase quite interesting in the Kennedy. I work with a nutritional therapist at nutritious just calling about. I never understand the difference. But anyway, she's nutritionist, but I come at it from the Chinese medicine point. So between us we have a kind of multi disciplined deprived. So she's looking at the kind of sugars carbohydrates, the individual things aying in all of that fun thing on I'm tending to look at it from a Chinese medicine point of view, which is very much based on the individual. And that's what I love about Chinese medicine. Because actually, we're beginning to see this. With all the research is coming out about nutrition is incredibly difficult to say than this food is going to do the same in that person that is another person, and even nutrition changes, depending on the time of day that you ISA and the way the body absorbs it and really interesting is this is so much more in line with what China's medicine of always said that one man's maters another man's poison..

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Deutsche Bank, Hang Seng And Commerce Bank discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

01:24 min | 3 years ago

Deutsche Bank, Hang Seng And Commerce Bank discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

"That's right. And we're looking at first of all I should say the reason I'm here. If you just tuned in is that yesterday, Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank. Both both announced that they were officially going into merger talks or talks to work together in some way to try and overcome the problems that they both have. So I've come to Frankfort to talk to a number of shareholders and stakeholders in these two banks and try and figure out what's going to happen. It's still could take months of negotiation before the bigger Deutsche Bank buys the smaller Commerce Bank. But the government is firmly behind it and has given them the okay to cut jobs pretty drastically. Which is what they would need to do. So now, we're here to watch. What happens? It'll be interesting to see what happens to the shares today. It's not like this is necessarily surprise. We've been expecting this informal. Talks been going on for months, but we do see shares otherwise rising around the world. So Asian shares the. Japanese indexes, for example, or up about seven tenths of one percent. The Hang Seng in Hong Kong is up more than one percent. The CSI three hundred in China is up two point six percent. So there's quite a lot of. Risk on sentiment in markets. And we see that reflected in European and US equity

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Asia Stocks Rise on Trade Hopes

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:42 sec | 3 years ago

Asia Stocks Rise on Trade Hopes

"Story in Asia today equities their gain for a second session has the Asia Pacific index now up ten percent from its December low. Bloomberg's Juliet Sally has details from Singapore. Good morning. Juliet good morning, Nathan and Karen Chinese Japanese markets were among the strongest performers in the region while energy Stokes. Propelled Hong Kong's Hang Seng index higher for a third session. Then he added one point three percent as the yen remained weak against the dollar and meets the risk on beds. Do also H tiring the on and off show stations. But it was the K which was the currency story of the day searching the most since November as the said kept rights at a record low one point seven five percent and push their high full cost into twenty

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"hang seng" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"hang seng" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Tonight in the Pac twelve in the National Hockey League. The islanders tame the wild to one for their third straight win the devils down the hurricanes. Three two to snap. A three game slide. The Bruins edge the avalanche to one in overtime. The jets skated by the sabres three one. The blues beat the predators. Five four in overtime for their sixth straight win. The Blackhawks blasted the Red Wings five to the Rangers are hosting the Maple Leafs tonight at Madison Square Garden in tennis. Jo Wilfried Sanga upset seven CPR UK bear in the final to win the open seat of France title, third. See Daniel Medvedev won the Sofia open title. I'm Donna page. That's your Bloomberg NBC world sports. Update. Global news twenty four hours a day at Bloomberg dot com. The Bloomberg business app. Doc on Twitter. This is a Bloomberg business flash. Let's get you caught up on market action here at forty seven past the hour mainland. Chinese markets are going to be back in session after a week long holiday. Taiwan will also be back online. It was last Friday in Hong Kong Chinese equities moved lower. Although the Hang Seng did finish well off the worst levels of the day kind of a similar situation here in the states for the S and P five hundred although the SNP did manage a very slim gain in the Friday session right now, if you look at Hang Seng futures we are about oh, not quite one hundred points below where we finished in cash Friday in Hong Kong key for the markets in the week ahead. Obviously, the high level trade talks we have between the US and China happening in Beijing here in the US, there's the possibility that we may be dealing with another government shutdown. That's if these talks do not move forward on border funding, we've been told already broken down. We'll have more on that coming up with Ed back. Exter- US ten year treasury came in about three basis points in yield on the Friday session. Last quoted at two sixty three we're going to have no trading and treasuries given a holiday in Japan today. It's national foundation day. So no trading Chicago. Nikkei futures are essentially flat. The yen right now one oh nine eighty four against the dollar. So a bit of weakness in the Bloomberg dollar spot index pushing up by less than one tenth of one percent front-page commentary in the Economic Information Daily saying that China's economy may continue to be under pressure this year GDP and Q one may reach six percent going to be interesting for China. Given some of the day that we have in the coming week inflation credit and trade numbers Mark Cranfield from the Bloomberg mlive blog saying that if the US dollar on short you want sticks to a range of about six seventy two six eighty it should provide a calming influence offshore. We're trading six seventy seven fifty nine next. Stop the San Francisco for some global news from Ed Baxter. He's in the Bloomberg nine sixty newsroom. All right. Douglas. Thank you negotiations to avert another US government shutdown hit a snag. The issue is immigrant.

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"hang seng" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"hang seng" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Nine thirty. If you're listening in Paris, Frankfurt or Brussels. Good morning everyone. I'm Nara chayhitch. And I'm Markus Karlsson. Good morning. Great to have you with us this morning as we are thirty minutes into the European equity session, and we're pretty flat at the headline level so far the stock six hundred perhaps softening somewhat, but only marginally we are looking at gains for the Footsie-100 higher by eight tenths of one percent. This is basic resources of the main gaining sector really across the European equity spectrum. This is iron ore prices have been rising as Varley is restricting output to looking at the Dax index in Frankfurt down by about a third of one percent or three tenths of one percent. The CAC have higher by four tenths of one percent led by atis as well as LVMH stocks. And if we look at the ibex that has down by a third of one percent tech stocks are getting a boost after Apple's earnings, and that is also boosting NASDAQ futures rising by about six tenths of one percent. Elsewhere, the S and P future. This little changed looking up handover from Asia, the Asia Pacific index strength somewhat as we're heading towards the tail end of the session over in Asia. We are looking at the Nikkei two five that was lower earlier. But the Hang Seng has come back rising by four tenths of one percent. Also, a quick look at the ten year treasury as well as we're preparing for the fed two point seven percent. That's where we are this morning. Yeah. That messaging is it going to push that ten year yield on equities either way in the UK the pounds been pushed around Brexit chaos continues as a key part of Theresa May's Brexit deal has been ripped up by parliament, the prime minister has promised to head back to Brussels to renegotiate the contentious Irish backstop proposal. There is limited appetite for such a change in the.

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Stocks close mostly lower on big day for earnings

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:52 sec | 3 years ago

Stocks close mostly lower on big day for earnings

"Stocks struggling for direction is investor looking over a fresh batch of earnings reports and awaiting clarity from a Federal Reserve on its monetary policy plans developments on US, China trade are also on the radar. Dow Jones industrial average rising zero point two percent. Twenty four thousand five hundred seventy six or the S and P five hundred index edging down zero point one percent in two thousand six hundred and forty two NASDAQ composite index falling zero point two percent seven thousand and seventy on Monday. The Dow two hundred eighty nine points in it twenty four thousand five hundred twenty eight while the S and P five hundred index. They'll twenty one point at two thousand six hundred forty three NASDAQ composite index dropped seventy nine points to finish in seven thousand in eighty-five stock markets in Asia closing mostly lower with his Shanghai composite index today's zero point one percent higher while Hong Kong's Hang Seng index falling zero point two percent and Japan's Nikkei two twenty five index gaining one percent.

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Major Asian markets end mixed amid uncertainty over US-China trade talks

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:27 sec | 3 years ago

Major Asian markets end mixed amid uncertainty over US-China trade talks

"Stocks are mixed now after trading lower for most of the morning pessimism. You might say has gotten the upper hand in US, China trade talks structural issues there which could be a problem. But the Hang Seng index is trading little higher now up two tenths of a percent. China's stocks that are listed in Hong Kong. The shares are up about a quarter of a percent, both Shanghai and Shenzhen are flat. The Nikkei is flat. And the ASX two hundred is is also flat. Couple of

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China's economy grew 6.6% in 2018, the lowest pace in 28 years

Bloomberg Best

01:20 min | 3 years ago

China's economy grew 6.6% in 2018, the lowest pace in 28 years

"On that from Bloomberg's Ramy Inocencio. Economists who have studied the US China trade gap say it will be hard to eliminate since. It's caused in large part by US demand. For Chinese products is also not clear how quickly US farmers and companies would be able to meet the increased Chinese demand. Exporting more US liquefied natural gas to China. Could also be tricky because new export terminals could be needed to growth, South Korea's January. First twenty days of export numbers down fourteen point six percent. And there was a twenty three percent drop in shipments to China. Let's check the markets. The Hang Seng index is up a third of one percent. Shanghai composite is up seven tenths of one percent. Stocks are flat in Seoul. And the Nikkei is now four tenths of a percent in Tokyo. Global news twenty four hours a day live in talk on Twitter, powered by twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in one hundred twenty countries. In Hong Kong, I'm Bryan Curtis. This is Bloomberg. You're listening to Bloomberg best on Bloomberg radio. I'm June Grosso. And I'm Ed Baxter. Volkswagen of America. Ceo, Scott, Keough sees a major growth opportunity incidents and says it's still a segment worth pursuing. Bloomberg's David Westin spoke with Keough. So let's talk about your relatively new job. You had a lot of

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"hang seng" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"hang seng" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Eleven thirty in the morning in Dubai. Humidity is called sin hair in London, where we're going to go live to minister in a moment to talk more about last night's Brexit votes. Let's just whiz through the markets ahead of that though. European futures pointing higher as we're counting down to the start of European equity trading rising by about four tenths of one percent is water. Euro stocks fifty futures are doing we're seeing similar gains for taxes. What has futures? Doc futures on the front foot by about a third of one percent footsie one hundred futures underperforming. However this morning, they are little changed as I look at them. Now before the open in Asia earlier, we did see some caution with equities lower overnights, but the regional benchmark house clawed back some of those losses to trade little changed still seeing some red ink when it comes to the Nikkei two five closed lower by half of one percent. But the Hang Seng has turned into positive territory, and so have sheds in mainland China. I also need to drill down on the FX space. Of course. So we've seen a little bit of yen strength overnight and this morning when it comes to sterling as we've been looking at the Brexit story. We're seeing trade little changed against the dollar won't spot. Twenty eight sixty three cable is this morning, which brings us full circle. So to speak to the Brexit story Yousef. Now, let's talk about that. Because the government faces a vote of confidence later a day after suffering one of the biggest defeats. Ever Theresa May's? Brexit withdrawal deal was rejected by a majority of two hundred and thirty and peas labor leader. Jeremy Corbyn is hoping to force a general election. I'm pleased.

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"hang seng" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"hang seng" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The risk on rally. That's driven global equities higher. This week is faltering or at least taking a breather with Asian equities make and US and European futures pointing lower as well as old prices softening investors, they've been the Apsis absence rather of concrete details from U S China trade negotiations, and even as they're all signals of a more cautious approach to monetary policy from the fed going forward. That's concern over the continued US shutdown just been some inflation figures from China out overnight, which points to a continued slow down in the world's second largest economy. Looking at the fallout of that in markets. We are seeing Asian equities. Well, there are little changed the headline level with the Asia Pacific index only marginally lower. We have seen some losses. However, forward Japanese equities in particular overnight, the topics index closed. With the loss of nine tenths of one percent. They're all some modest gains in mainland China with a CSI three hundred higher by a tenth of one percent. But the Hang Seng is sort of flirting with a flat line. We've also seen. Australian shares doing the same overnight, although they finished with a gain of run about three tenths of one percent. Last night on Wall Street, the S and P five hundred rose for a fourth session. But the future state side. They're pointing lower this morning down by almost half of one percent. If I look at SNP impeaches as talks falter, we're seeing treasury's rising this morning with the ten year treasury yield declining by one and a half basis points said the dollar is flat to slightly lower. The Bloomberg dollar spot index extending losses from yesterday. The euro is gaining by about two tenths of one percent. And the Japanese yen by about two tenths of one percent against the greenback. That's a Bloomberg radio business flash. Now here the Bloomberg said Liam guarantee with more on what's going on around the world. Thank.

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"hang seng" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"hang seng" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Up. So it's not your fault. Maybe it was. And I thought it was Santa Claus. Okay. The S and P five hundred. We just talked about overall. It was down six point two percent. The Russell two thousand small-cap stocks were down twelve point two. That's that's pretty bad. And anyway, and and we actually did better than the rest of the world. That's what was weird the European stock. Six hundred index was down thirteen percent. The United came kingdom. One hundred index was down thirteen percent Japan. Neck Nikai down twelve percent. Shanghai composite down twenty five percent in Hong Chow, Hong Kong Hang Seng was down fourteen. So, you know, and and the reason for all of these bad results is not easy to pinpoint it, there's no single thing that caused it. Yeah. That's what's odd. Lots of people say, it's the trade talks. Well, look what China's done they're they're Shang has down twenty five percent. So who's losing that war in the trade? Talks. Trump is going to win the trade talks. Because China can't handle that very long. They'll have they'll have tens of millions of people unemployed if thanks keep going. So I think Trump is. It's part time pain short term pain. But in the long run, China will cave. She's just trying to figure out what how we compromise on building. This wall. He's talking about with immigration. I just you know, I it seems to be playing on everybody's emotions in the market and all of that. So I just you know, the trade talks, he might we. And I just don't know about the wall. Well to put it in perspective. They just signed a farm Bill for forty billion dollars for this year..

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"hang seng" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"hang seng" Discussed on KQED Radio

"News helped boost some Asian markets today. The Hang Seng closed up two point two percent about five hundred and sixty one points. The Shanghai composite index was up two percent. Dow SNP N NASDAQ futures are all up this morning in the one point three to one point eight percent range and a new year means new rules for hospitals. They are now required to post their prices online. The Trump administration says the new rule will help bring. Transparency to the complicated world of medical care. But not everyone is convinced. Martin gainer is a professor of economics and health policy at Carnegie Mellon University. Good morning. Good morning, Kimberly. And so what will these priceless actually include what's going to be on the price less are? I'll reverse the words the list price is that hospitals have for all their services, and those aren't the prices that hospitals get paid by Medicare, Medicaid, or by private insurers and individuals, very rarely pay these less prices. The only people for whom these list prices are remotely relevant are those among us who don't have any health insurance at all. But even if this isn't what people or insurance companies actually pay isn't having this information public useful just to compare what one hospital might have as its base charge compared to another. I would say now. Some colleagues, and I have taken a look at the relationship between hospital charges, and what hospitals actually get paid using a very large database. The relationship is actually very weak. What that means is that if you see a high list price that doesn't necessarily mean that the final price the actual price that matters is going to be high and the opposite is also true. If you see a low less price, it doesn't mean that is going to be the low priced hospital when you look at the prices, they're hospitals, actually, get paid and the amounts that people actually have to pay. So what can consumers do with this information to help them? Make more informed choices about their healthcare costs. I would say nothing one thing that I think a lot of people are concerned about is the inability for any of us to get information about how much something in healthcare might cost and often people end up being surprised sometimes for months later. So it's certainly understandable the efforts the government is going to try and make some more information available. Unfortunately, I think the information they're making available is just not useful and could actually. Alie be somewhat misleading. Is there any indication or any research out there that shows that when patients no the actual prices for their care? Whether it's list prices are not that actually changes where they go for their care. There is some evidence that there's impact to some degree on what people in the state of New Hampshire at access to this information did for certain kinds of services, but there's a lot more. We need to know about this Martin gainer is a professor of economics and health policy at Carnegie Mellon University. Thank you. Thank you very much, Kimberly. And thanks to all your listeners. Okay listener. So has your local hospital posted prices yet. Let us know.

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"hang seng" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"hang seng" Discussed on KCRW

"Let's do the numbers that news helped boost some Asian markets today. The Hang Seng closed up two point two percent about five hundred and sixty one points. The Shanghai composite index was up two percent. Dow SNP NASDAQ futures are all up this morning in the one point three to one point eight percent range and a new year means new rules for hospitals. They are now required to post their prices online. The Trump administration says the new rule will help bring. Transparency to the complicated world of medical care. But not everyone is convinced. Martin gainer is a professor of economics and health policy at Carnegie Mellon University. Good morning. Good morning, Kimberly. And so what will these priceless actually include what's going to be on the price less are? I'll reverse the words the list price is that hospitals have for all their services, and those aren't the prices that hospitals get paid by Medicare, Medicaid, or by private insurers and individuals, very rarely pay these less prices. The only people for whom these lists prices are remotely relevant are those among us who don't have any health insurance at all. But even if this isn't what people or insurance companies actually pay isn't having this information public useful just to compare what one hospital might have as its base charge compared to another. I would say now. Some colleagues, and I have taken a look at the relationship between hospital charges, and what hospitals actually get paid using a very large database. The relationship is actually very weak. What that means is that if you see a high list price that doesn't necessarily mean that the final price the actual price that matters is going to be high and the opposite is also true. If you see a low less price, it doesn't mean that is going to be the low priced hospital when you look at the prices, they're hospitals, actually, get paid and the amounts that people actually have to pay. So what can consumers do with this information to help them? Make more informed choices about their healthcare costs. I would say nothing one thing that I think a lot of people are concerned about is the inability for any of us to get information about how much something in healthcare might cost and often people end up being surprised sometimes months later, so it certainly understandable the efforts the government is going to to try and make some more information available. Unfortunately, I think the information they're making available is just not useful and could actually. Be somewhat misleading. Is there any indication or any research out there that shows that when patients no the actual prices for their care? Whether it's list prices are not that actually changes where they go for their care. There is some evidence that there's impact to some degree on what people in the state of New Hampshire at access to this information did for certain kinds of services, but there's a lot more. We need to know about this Martin gainer a professor of economics and health policy at Carnegie Mellon University. Thank you. Thank you very much, Kimberly. And thanks to all your listeners. Okay listener. So has your local hospital posted prices yet. Let us know we're at marketplace on Twitter..

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James Comey slams Trump for disparaging former attorney Michael Cohen

Bloomberg Best

00:22 sec | 3 years ago

James Comey slams Trump for disparaging former attorney Michael Cohen

"I'm Ann Cates. I'm Bryan Curtis. In Hong Kong. Let's get this hour's top business stories and the markets. Asian stocks are seeing losses today. I'll bring you details in a moment. Chinese president Xi Jinping has hailed the forty year reform process in China. He speaking live now in Beijing. He said there have been three milestones in modern China. The foundation of the communist party in nineteen nineteen the communist takeover of China in one thousand nine hundred forty nine and the reform and opening-up process that began in nineteen seventy eight she highlighted that. China has had an average of nine and a half percent annual growth rates over the past forty years. And he said that China's middle income group is expanding leading to significant reduction in poverty, which is one of the key reasons for the reform process. CBS is denying former CEO less moon base. He's one hundred twenty million dollars severance. The board says that moon vest denied company policies and failed to comply with an internal investigation. The longtime CEO agreed to step down back in September after dozens of complaints of sexual harassment. Moonves said to have cooperated with investigators and has denied any nonconsensual sexual relations. Well, investors will be scrutinizing. The Federal Reserve statement this week one of the more interesting questions will be how does the chair Jerome Powell show independence while at the same time giving a nod to investors that he sees what the markets see and in terms of what we're seeing in Asian markets. The Hang Seng index is down about one percent. The Nikkei is trading down one point two percent. And in Seoul, the kospi is down four tenths of one percents. Shanghai composite is now down one point one percent. The yield on the ten year treasury two point eight four percent and WTI. Crude is trading down. One percent at forty nine dollars thirty four cents a barrel. Global news twenty four hours a day live into tick tock on Twitter, powered by twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in one hundred twenty countries. In Hong Kong. I'm Bryan Curtis. This is Bloomberg broadcasting

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Paris assesses damage from the city's worst riot in a decade

Latino USA

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

Paris assesses damage from the city's worst riot in a decade

"The voices of John C Reilly and Sarah Silverman has made two hundred seventy two hundred seven million dollars worldwide in second place. Universals the grandch- brought in seventeen million dollars in its fourth week in third place creed to brought in sixteen million dollars in its second weekend and fantastic beasts crimes of Griswold fell to fourth place. He's your markets are trading higher at this hour, the Asia Dow is up just over two percent. The Nikkei the main market in Japan is up one point three percent. And the Hang Seng in Hong Kong is up. Two point one percent. I'm Janine Herbst. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the corporation for public broadcasting and the estate of Joan Kroc whose bequest serves as an enduring investments in the future of public radio. And the John D and Catherine T MacArthur foundation at macfound dot org. Welcome to letting USA. I'm mighty Hassan. And he grew up in a small town outside of Mexico City when she turned fifteen she had Kenyatta and one of the members of Raquin sick court was a local boy, she didn't know him. Really? Well, he's name was one Carlos, but he started showing up early for her cels. And then he didn't stop showing up even after the party had passed. He kept

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Asian markets give up early gains; Nikkei about flat

The Ray Lucia Show

00:55 sec | 3 years ago

Asian markets give up early gains; Nikkei about flat

"Eighty mortgage trading with most of the region's major indexes recovering from session. Lows into the close. Japan's Nikkei falling buys your point four percent while Australia's balling by zero point five percent. Hong Kong's Hang Seng index recovering from early losses to end the day absorb point five percent while China's Shanxi in composite index edging zero point two percent higher. European markets are trading higher today with the stock. You're paying six hundred rising zero point six percent. And the Footsie-100 up went percent. Crude oil is staging a relief rally up one point eight percent. During a November where prices had fallen more than sixteen percent. Go prices are edging up zero point four percent while the US dollar is down zero point two percent. Roth technology stocks are rising during the month. Win market leaders have otherwise Wallin sharply and Netflix shares are up one point four percent while Amazon Inc is up two point eight percent. This is the stockings.

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China: October money and credit data both surprise on the downside

24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 3 years ago

China: October money and credit data both surprise on the downside

"Markets up and running Doug krizner is tracking them for us. Fairmont of weakness with the exception of Tokyo where the Nikkei is now higher by four tenths of one percent. Some of this may be due to a weaker yen at one thirteen ninety four against the dollar wanted to get to our bureau in Tokyo, bring in Bloomberg's Jeff Sutherland for a closer look at what's happening on the ground there. Good morning. Jeff good morning. Well, we did get a report on GDP this morning and as expected Japan's economy got hit from several sides during the third quarter with GP shrinking one point two percent. That's the second time. Here we've seen a contraction of discount around because of the earthquakes and typhoons and heavy rains shut down factories and airports, but also experts weekend because of softer globally demand in that may reflect the impact of a trade war. And the overall result was a bit worse than economists had expected, but they're senior recovering the fourth quarter. Meanwhile, stocks are positive after yesterday's keep declined the Nikkei after about point three percent, and automakers are providing the biggest boost on hopes that the Trump administration will hold off on new tariffs for autos, but energy shares are down that dot yes, indeed energy. That was the same story. We had here in the states with a collapse in the price of crude oil WTI during New York trading fell to a nine month, low the drop was greater than seven percent and a lot of factors going on in the oil. Patch? Not the least of which all the latest tweets from President Trump with respect to being critical of Saudi Arabia on reducing output for the kingdom. In Hong Kong. Hang Seng down three tenths of one percents. Shanghai composite is off about two tenths of one percent right now in Seoul, the kospi down one tenth of one percent. And in Sydney, the ASX two hundred is weaker by eight tenths of one percent US ten year treasury in the Tokyo session, yielding three point one four percent. I'm Doug krizner in the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York. Juliette? Thank you, Doug. We'll as the SEM meetings continue today. What is the prime focus? Ed Baxter is covering all the global news in the

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