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"hong kong ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:29 min | 3 months ago

"hong kong ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With me I got to spend the money a good morning label coronavirus cases have gone if the one point three million and deaths have exceeded seventy four thousand according to Johns Hopkins University data but there's a glimmer of hope as signs begin to emerge suggesting the crisis may be easing in some European countries Italy France Germany and Spain reported lowering numbers of new cases despite this chancellor Angela Merkel insists it's too early to set a date for easing the lockdown in Gemini medical also warned the EU is confronting its biggest challenge since it's found Asian Plavix Patrick Donahue has more the German leader pledged her country's solidarity in contributing to the bloc's economic reconstruction after the coronavirus subsides Meckel said the euro area's bailout fund would be central in helping European states that our government has rejected proposals for jointly issue debt in the form of corona bonds in Berlin Patrick Donahue Bloomberg daybreak Europe once Europe's at the center it's really has recorded the lowest number of new coronavirus infections in nearly three weeks this is prompting debate over how and when the country should start emerging from a nationwide lot sound three thousand five hundred and ninety nine U. cases were reported yesterday compared with four thousand three hundred and sixteen a day earlier it's really now has fewer cases than Spain and the U. S. despite this room still has no plans to reflects any restrictions for the first time since the pandemic image China has reported no new deaths from the coronavirus Bloomberg spying Curtis has moved from Hong Kong it's a sign the crisis could be sick China did have thirty two new infections but all of them imported into Hong Kong leader Carrie lam says we'll also see more imported cases many are Hong Kong residents coming home authorities have banded nonresident entry until further notice although Kong and Singapore are worried about this second wave so far the numbers are not that alarming in Hong Kong Ryan Curtis Bloomberg daybreak Europe cable needs twenty four hours a day on it and I'm quick take my plea back powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts and more than one hundred and twenty countries I'm young parents this is Bloomberg Caroline thank you so much the idea is that not coming up next we'll bring back day break you of the prime minister Boris Yeltsin is in intensive care in hospital what does it mean for Britain's battle with the virus we're going to be speaking.

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"hong kong ryan" Discussed on Popgram Podcast

Popgram Podcast

01:33 min | 4 months ago

"hong kong ryan" Discussed on Popgram Podcast

"Hold on 'cause I think Eli. Please tell me about your. What's the trailer because he never wants to tell me get so? Can I say something I? The trailer made me want to watch the movie. Oh what what movie. I read something that I talked to you about this. I remember. It's about as about the girl. Okay nurturing that difference on the ground hong-kong Ryan mainly but that's what my mother casually shopping. So has everyone who misses customers. I love Moly. Yes that is my. That's my girl so much so that when you the announced release date for this movie two years ago I put in my fridge in diary awhile. Yes okay we'll watch movie with or without then confirm it but I heard that's the removing Lee. Shang that's when I read my own from the film but you know they were removing. Yes I know why okay. So why would they were moving? Andy in the middle. Now that we have me to thank your much. They felt it would be inappropriate for Milan to be an. I'm sorry we use the phrase the used in sexual established sexual love. Interests has her boss. Es.

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"hong kong ryan" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

07:18 min | 5 months ago

"hong kong ryan" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"The first reason girl here my high school in the nineties had open showers like bin is describing yeah I I it's wrong just the goal really been just inviting bullying and humiliation no one got bullied at my school for the no one else was doing it only you guys we were the only two who were getting naked on there he could seize this go sliding around like it's like it's a slip and slide man it's all of a sudden really foggy out there super really nice today into market is supposed to elicit a sports club would be very sense any day sun shiny day mama lots of people love years surf use everything with I am aware that I off gas people are into it work that into a sense if you can't that's it this is your homework everyone works a fuse everything that I off gas into a sentence please I'm managing them yeah yeah garlic those noodles are great brand go get em now go get em now I would have but they're not open right now I figured out your the producers was to produce the food that we want to eat the food okay you have to worry about a twenty four seven should know this by now on the Sir every time you mention that Brett is supposed to worry about you guys twenty four seven it's coming off as sounding bitter that use that has left are you better hello I'm not I'm actually really proud of her and happy for her she got her own show we're just having fun I mean it is gonna be hard job and you do have to worry about a twenty four to twenty four so I just need I didn't realize that she worried about a twenty four seven and all I found that only old crap we just lost our twenty four seven percent well Brian Niccol yeah I do Brandon were everywhere is Brandon not worried about us twenty four so he's at home where much of Moscow good enough she was clearly not worried about a twenty four seven anymore he plus Allman histograms ones of only stop the mountain in Bali and like my god what's happening don't ask me about it that's Kim who we talking to whoever that whoever is gonna instagramming about it anyway you every time you bring up his name then the people start writing in anger where is that guy we don't know ask him right him on his Instagram and ask him real traveler I gaze moved on and the you know what that's great he never needed the money that that he was paid here to begin with now and we never knew how we got money but we know wasn't from here I talked to him here and there and he's like I'm on the way to give the sauce made the journey to work anymore how do you get sick whatever you haven't yet another massage do good for him I mean don't we all want to have to I'm jealous of anything this person you know sometimes I think it's interesting how you say something and you expect that the meaning is how you meant it yeah and then people hear something else okay many I'm with you I can't stand J. lo and I'm Latin it's not that I can't stand I'm just not a fan of J. lo I I don't know our music on in there for the Niners some and during that half time show me to split yeah there is no rally in Union Square about how down with J. lo I'm not I don't dislike her I don't hate her he didn't like the I didn't like the whole assumption that if you didn't like J. lo you don't like Latinos are that if you were a Latino you had the Lakers I don't like that that seems more races than just you know deciding on all I don't like that person's music or what I agree with you van on the Jay Leno show I could not be less interested I will be replenishing the food table and using the bathroom the commercials are too good to miss them yeah I'm just gonna do not as you might really knock your socks off keep an open mind you never know plus the secure I mean she cares so cute got all of the girl I do like her but I only know one song it's a hips don't lie and that's the only one I know and not I can't say that I'm a fan what else should be be forced to digest cellos music just because he married a Latina I'm Latino and I can't stand J. lower her music rock on Vinnie yeah I don't I'm not trying to start trouble I betraying alliances which is not good from the same place American check actually so jail over that matter right it's Jane Porter Rican I don't know her yeah but I'm pretty sure she was born in America I don't just for New York I'm glad she's in New York I what I do know though is she has she's she's also a producer of TV shows a man in Hong Kong Ryan all over the place maybe not she like me produced and starred in some cop show recently yeah that's not recent remember what your dog in about the last year when we I don't know but I do remember that that she was on a show and it was she was a some other shades of what well yeah what was that well twenty sixteen years ago yeah twenty eighteen not twenty eight yeah it we're in twenty eight canister what episode she was in the which was she wasn't she I don't know if she was I never watch one for an episode of it I just heard she was behind it was on and I was like oh good for her this is in all caps so just know him yelling around everyone right saying the impeachment was a complete waste of time is a G. 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GOP talking points trying to uphold our constitution is never a waste of time this was not a complete waste of time yeah except that the outcome I think was I mean honestly this is more frustration with the broken government set up that we have right now than whether or not it was truly a waste of time you know it's it's it just I just knew that I I'm I mean I'm not the only one who knew this everyone predicted this is not going to turn out the way the Democrats Kratz wanted to do to go there were even plenty of Democrats who said week let's not do this but it happened in a probably in today and then that guy will talk about how stupid everybody who's a liberalization well let's just say hello to it we get a word the contestant for the upcoming election and at least it's a nice fair five well listen we just need a what's really killing me about this whole this his entire presidency is the way that the the Supreme Court sets now on the way all the I mean he's replace something like nine hundred justices in the in the country I mean the entire viewpoint of America it will shift based on what he's done judicially G. to show Lee you're asking us for I'm trying to think that's the right word for it and he's replace so many good circuit court judges and I mean it's just it's unbelievable it's like roe V. Wade gonna get overturned in a worst case scenarios Porter Rican all there is and we break okay it was.

"hong kong ryan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"hong kong ryan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Bill Curtis and I'm Peter Sagal it was the week we've all been waiting for when everything would change and then nothing changed most disappointing big reveal since the time he found the magazines your dad hated his sock drawer rolled copies of the economist well I was totally not exciting while orchestra conductor merit also will do just a home happy too and bill Curtis collapse back at the doubters who said this show would ruin his reputation they will disapprove that down as the dunes does and the gloom says domino's Joe right after this hour's news the Supreme Court is giving president trump the go ahead to divert military funds to border wall construction until challenges to the plan are decided trump is also hailing a new agreement with Guatemala that requires migrants who cross through that country on their way to the US to first apply for sun asylum in Guatemala Maria Martin reports to use took many but the mountains by surprise accord recently blocked president Jimmy more on this from signing to help with the mother become a safe third country opponents say what the mother is in safe even for its own citizens the country's human rights ombudsman program provides told NPR he planned to challenge the deal in the courts what is your most it's starting to go she ation done under the table says from us without taking into account the well being of the watermelon people for his part more on this posted on social media that with the agreement he supported president trump's threatened sanctions these included race terror of fees on remittances and even a ban on travel to the U. S. by what the Marlins for NPR news somebody a Martin on this eight th weekend of protests in Hong Kong Ryan police fired tear gas and rubber bullets of protest protesters in a part of the territory where pro democracy protesters were attacked last weekend the BBC's Nick because their houses.

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"hong kong ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"hong kong ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In Hong Kong and here in Singapore on Juliet Sally. And our Doug krizner at Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York, so now we have trading underway in Hong Kong and on the mainland. Hang sang is up by about four tenths of one percent. Shanghai composite ahead nine tenths of one percent in the opening moments. Take a closer look at markets with Bryan Curtis in a moment right now. Juliet, and I wanted to get you caught up on this hour's top business stories. Nissan, shares tumbling in Tokyo trade currently down six and a half percent of the company full cost way way Kevin expected financial results. The company has already cut its full cost twice in the previous fiscal year following the arrest of its full match him and Kalos going over alleged financial improprieties and Bloomberg's Stephen Engle says Nissan is indicating things could get worse. The hit does psycho. The CEO says they've hit rock bottom will number of analysts say, no there's further ways to go because their outlook for twenty twenty fiscal year looks pretty bleak as well. And even psychologists EEO is asking investors for more time two to three years before they're going to return to the pre gone crisis levels and more on Nissan coming up shortly. Bryan Curtis stock is getting hammered quite a bit. In the Tokyo session. We've got some new developments on the US fight with walkway. President Trump is expected to sign an executive order. It would bar US telecom companies from using equipment manufactured, by the way on the grounds. This equipment poses a national security risk now this could happen as soon as tomorrow, and it would involve using the international emergency economic Powers Act. We'll President Trump says he can win the trade with China or he still might be able to struck a deal. With Beijing Trump. Also, encouraging the fed to match China's central Bank actions and stimulate the economy to help compensate US companies for the business they and will be losing. We have a warning about the impact of those tariffs from the head of the New York fed Bank. John Williams, he's telling us it could be bad news for consumers that this is starts affecting consumer prices as these tariffs applied more broadly in the consumer started seeing in terms of the prices are paying at store. So that's definitely a significant effect. We also heard today from the head of the Kansas City fed Bank. This is Esther Georgia, and she was warning about the danger of cutting interest rates. She says at this point, the move could spark an asset bubble. We'll Taiwan is helping it's companies to seek out new Asian manufacturing hubs outside China that says skyrocketing US tariffs threaten to splinter the global tick supply chain, Bloomberg's Rishaad Salamat has mole Taiwanese minister in charge of economic affairs. Kunming sin tells us President Trump's. Move last week to increase tariffs on two hundred billion dollars in Chinese goods will encourage Taiwanese companies to shift production from China, and he says after Taiwan Vietnam and India the next to prefer destinations for Taiwanese electronics companies Taiwan is being the primary beneficiary so far fifty two local companies have pledged to invest around about nine billion dollars on the island as part of a government program to production back home in Hong Kong number shot. Salama Bloomberg daybreak Asia, the founder and CEO of Hayman capital management. Kyle says he has no vested interest in China's currency program anymore. Here's how he explained it on Bloomberg television. I think this is such a it's such an important moment in time for US national security that all of the work that I'd done over the last seven years is gonna moving more into the political sphere than the financial fear. But yes, if you have money invested in China, first of all what you've been able to do what I the first thing you have. Do is realize that there is no rule of law there. So once you get over the fact that there's no rule of law there that they don't that. They don't respect human rights and that they don't play by our rules. If you can get over those three things that maybe you should invest more money in China. And you want has dropped about two and a half percent. This month alone is the trade war between the US and China has intensified. Juliet. Well, it looks like we might see some gains for the first time this week for Asian equities. Let's get all the latest with Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis in Hong Kong. Ryan. Yes, I'd call it sort of mechanical response to the really torrid selling that we've seen we were oversold, I suppose, and so we're bouncing a little bit today. But again, there's not real animal spirits here. Although the CSI three hundred is up a little more than one percent. But for the rest of the markets the gains are about a half a percent or so thanking index is up and running now with those kind of margins to the upside the HSE as well, I think one of the really interesting stories sort of interesting. Off the back of the couch story is the PBOC and China are doing almost exactly the opposite of what many in the states probably feared they would do which is which is weaken the Chinese currency and the CNA or rates have steadily risen, and what that effectively does is make it a lot more expensive to borrow the Euan to try to short it. So in effect, the PBC is kind of squashing the shorts in there. And if you want to look at an interesting charges look at HI CNN H one AM on your Bloomberg terminal. And you'll see the spike over on the right hand side those rates rising from about three percent to about three point nine percent again just making a lot more expensive. And right now, we see the offshore currency at six hundred thirty six the onshore six eighty seven twenty-seven so not a lot of movement there in terms of the other equity markets, the ASX hundreds of three tenths of one percent. Big election coming on Saturday. Obviously Nikkei down about one tenth of one percent cost me is up. Six tenths of one percent. Pardon me. You mentioned Nissan Motor shares down six point four percent here at the moment. What happened? There was the company came out and cut the dividend for the first time in a full decade. And they also predicted lower than expected operating profit so investors giving the thumbs down to that yield on the ten year. Now two point four one percent. Well, priced sixty one forty nine a barrel and Juliette back to you. Thank you. We'll Russia and US leadership have missed and say progress was made in the area of trusted Bax has all the global news in the Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco newsroom. Ed. Yeah. Juliet Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says things have not been good to now. Frank conversation. It is clear that I'm our relations have seen better times. There is a potential for mutually beneficial operation, and it largely remains on and US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo. We did have a productive set of conversations. Between us. His we disagree places. I think are truly overlapping interests that we can fill most importantly, President Trump very much wants to do that Dan Pompeo says they did talk about potential Russian interference in the twenty twenty election continue to do the things we need to do to protect or elections in two thousand twenty and I don't think he could be thinking about America finding that Russian interference is unacceptable. Twenty twenty and Russian President Vladimir Putin, then came out to say, the Robert Muller did a good job in showing no collusion. US Senate Judiciary committee held hearings today regarding the US five g technology technology. It's told other countries not to us Senator Dianne Feinstein says she feels severe day told is it's going to fundamentally change our society Konami and our national security, New Zealand's, Prime minister, just send ardor and says gun violence has to be stopped local globally, and she tells CNN Australia, experienced a and change they will was New Zealand head. 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"hong kong ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"hong kong ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Tokyo. That means the lunch break will get underway at the bottom of the hour. If you're joining us from the region, good morning. I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg. Interactive brokers studio in New York and on Juliette Solly in Singapore. A down day for equities. Let's get the latest with Bryan Curtis in Hong Kong. Ryan. Yes. Thanks very much. Juliette looking at the markets. We are seeing some losses today. The Nikkei is off six tenths of one percent. Anchoring index down about a half of one percent. Similar losses in Australia. And also the kospi is down about three quarters of one percent investors. Sort of groping for details about the US China trade deal we had the dollar edging little higher. And so that's also kind of providing a little bit of a roadblock for shares moving up and the gains have been so strong of late. It's naturally have a little bit getting back here. And so we see. A little bit of light selling in the markets. China lowered its growth target two six two six and a half percent. And if you think about a trade deal would constrain some Chinese companies, and we have slower growth in China and also that mountain of debt, so perhaps just a little rethink today and looking at a couple of other quick numbers the yield on the tenure little bit lower. Now, two point seven one percents losing another basis point in Tokyo trading. WTI Cude fifty six dollars and thirty eight cents South Korea's inflation came in the lowest level in two and a half years. Kylie Pacific is an active discussions about acquiring possibly Hong Kong express. The company said that in a filing to the stock exchange and IntelSat dropped nine point six percent is biggest clan decline since November. A political reports said President Trump. Well, his re-election campaign is in favor of a plan to give the government a role in managing the US is five G network. And that's check of some of the action in the markets today. Doug to you. All right. Thanks for much from Beijing. The national. People's Congress and Chinese authorities lowering the twenty nine thousand nine year old growth target to a range of between six to six and a half percent. China's also boosting plans for deficit spending to around two point eight percent of Chinese GDP and tax cuts are in the works as well. Including a move to cut the top vac of that bracket by three percentage points. We spoke earlier with Bloomberg's Tom MacKenzie where the National People's Congress is kicking off in the first bidding city, he said the VAT tax cut could be meaningful that is the highest of.

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"hong kong ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"hong kong ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now trading at fifteen times earnings instead of sixteen point seven times the historical average, stocks are no longer expensive focus will be on banks, including CitiGroup. J P Morgan. Chase Bank of America Wells Fargo, Morgan Stanley, and Goldman Sachs in New York. Charlie Pellett, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Okay. For a close up look now what's happening in financial markets on this first day of this trading week as our Asian trading day gets underway. Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis has that in Hong Kong, Ryan Ramey. Thank you very much. Just had a peak at some of the apple suppliers this morning, particularly in South Korea. Or will you have trading? And at the moment LG display is down about three quarters of one percent S K Hynix down about two percent in the trading this morning. We don't have Tokyo inaction today because of the coming of age holiday and the Taiwan market will open in about. Half an hour or so so we'll keep an eye on those generally speaking Asian Asian stocks look set to trade mixed today. And we do have some modest gains in Australia, but some modest losses in Seoul, the kospi is down about a tenth of one percent. Asx two hundred is up about a quarter of a percent as you fellas. Mentioned investors waiting on the data the trade data from China today as well as the Bank earnings coming in the United States in the first few days of this week. So that all sets up quite interesting last week is big week in Asia signs of progress in U S, China trade talks and also the dovish commentary that we got from the Federal Reserve have sparked a fairly torrid rally in the first eight days or so of this month. Well prices now higher fifty one eighty four no trading in Treasurys, but the yield on the ten year last traded at two point seven zero percent and all yet now one eight forty five we also have a slightly weakening Chinese currency, six seventy six seventy six rainy back to you. All right. Great stuff. Thank you very much, Brian. Let's do the globe. News right now because you Cape Prime Minister Theresa may is.

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"hong kong ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"hong kong ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"His Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis in Hong Kong. Ryan. All right. Juliet, thanks very much. We'll take a look at the footsie China. Eight fifty futures trading down about six tenths of one percent. That's seventy two points lower. And we had a couple of markets cash markets just opening Taiwan coming back from its holiday yesterday. Taking down now about a quarter of one percent and Singapore always independent often going its own direction up three tenths of one percent. With about a ten point gain. The other markets. The Nikkei has been positive for much in the morning up two tenths of one percent were flat in Australia. A couple of themes this morning, I suppose the main themes U S China trade tensions and also politics surrounding the Trump administration both are testing investor confidence. Bloomberg's Tom Orlic has a piece on the Bloomberg terminal saying that it's President Trump that has the most leverage now in the US China trade war, we have the fed meeting this week, we'll likely see interest rates increased for the third time this year. Bloomberg's Carl Riccadonna sees a hawkish till at the FOMC ahead of this meeting on call and South Korea are shut for the holiday today. China will trade after being on holiday yesterday. The last time China traded we had a big gain of two and a half percent in the Shanghai composite sixty eight point one cents is that will be just the almost the flip side of that today. Maybe not quite so severe Dalian one twelve ninety three the euro dollar seventeen. We'd spike. Act up over one eighteen but we've settled back rainy and Juliette to you. Thanks so much Brian. Let's take a look at what we're following around the world right now and President Trump has clinched his first major trade deal the president and his South Korean counterpart that of course is moon. Jae-in have signed a free trade agreement on the sidelines of the UN general assembly. I'm very excited about our new trade agreement, and.

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"hong kong ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"hong kong ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Well, we are seeing Asian stocks in the rate of four at tenth day that is the longest losing streak since June two thousand and two if we stay at these levels by close, let's get all the latest week Bryan Curtis in Hong Kong, Ryan. Julia. Thanks very much. Yes. The Asia Pacific index is down a tenth of one percent. Most of the markets are lower. We have a couple that are trading higher. For instance, the kospi in Seoul is up little under a tenth of. Of one percent. Taiwan has just opened a little to the upside up about two tenths of one percent. It could be a very interesting day. Because if you thought that well, maybe investors you're getting close to enough is enough. You've got Hong Kong in a bear market. You've got the Shanghai composite back to early two thousand and sixteen levels. Well, you had an excuse to buy today because he had a pretty good day on Wall Street with down one hundred thirteen points and the S and P five hundred up ten points. But that's not the case we see the Nikkei selling off a little bit down four tenths of one percent. He s x two hundred is down a tenth of a percent. And some of the other markets are easing a little bit lower to like Singapore. Are we did have some calls from Jeff Gunnlaug who is one of the big bond kings that people follow the chief investment officer double line capital that the next move for the dollar should be weakening. Now, if you believe that you might be thinking about buying into some of the emerging markets that have been shellacked. The Bloomberg dollar spot index is a little weaker this morning. Donna tenth of one percent. But it's not feeding through into equities here at the moment. Dalian won eleven fifty four euro is just under a dollar sixteen. The Ozzy is perched right on seventy one US sense. And the yield on the ten year treasury up to two point nine seven percent. All this. Good news in the US is not exciting investors out here because it just means the likelihood of more interest rate increases by the fed, and that's worrisome, at least at the moment. All right. Doug over to you. All right. China is going to ask the World Trade Organization for permission to retaliate against the US for failing to comply with anti-dumping rules. Beijing one sanctions against the US totaling seven billion dollars. Now. This case goes back to two thousand thirteen the issue is how calculates the amount of dumping. The method repeatedly has been ruled illegal was in two thousand seventeen an arbitrator calls for the US to comply by August. Twenty second a week later. Well, Washington acknowledged it had not fully done. So well, meanwhile, a blue. Sprint to reform the world. Trade organization is being put forth by the Canadian government. The US has threatened to leave the WTO entirely at its fullest members to adjust in a document saying by Bloomberg Canadian officials say they're seeking an alliance of like-minded countries to restore confidence in the multilateral trading system. Trade officials from several countries will gather in Geneva on September twentieth. To discuss the Canadian proposal and ministerial talks scheduled to take place in Oshawa. In october. Meantime, the US and Canada continued to look for ways to bridge their differences on NAFTA today. Canadian foreign minister, Chris Freeland met with the US trade rep Robert lighthizer in.

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"hong kong ryan" Discussed on The Information's 411

The Information's 411

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"hong kong ryan" Discussed on The Information's 411

"All right, Wayne. So you've got this massive story about ten cents and bright games and the tricky relationship between the two companies. And I, I mean, if if you haven't read the story, I don't speaking to our listeners here. You should just read the whole thing. It's lengthy, but it goes into such details about, you know how these companies are trying to make it work, even though there's occasionally differing different strategies in different philosophies. But I mean, just right off the bat, Wayne, like what was your instigating factor in wanting to look at these companies in the story? I mean, what was like the first thing when you're like, I should probably investigate more about what's going on here. Well, it's it's interesting because. You know, I kind of been covering tents, not an off at my previous job at the Wall Street Journal. And occasionally, you know, sources would say, oh, you know, these companies don't get along, but they, they really couldn't really articulate why. But the telling thing wasn't two thousand fourteen. They opened up an office in Hong Kong Ryan. You know, that was very curious for a lot of people in the industry because they said, well, ten cent takes care of the game in China. So why do you need like you know, white? Why do you need riot open up a another office? Why does the ride just use Henson's offices? So that was sort of the inkling that there was something that that wasn't rights? Yeah, let's let's talk about that because that was one of the more interesting. I mean, there are so many, but one of the parts of really stuck out about the story. So explain to me this like rogue tencent riot office. Well, I mean normal outsider when they see that a company is owned by a much larger company, they just assume that everything's in sync, right that the subsidiary checks with the parent company before they do anything. That everything's gonna coordinated in in riots case though, because it operated as almost a separate company, you know, they were kinda just trying to do their own thing. I'm tencent knew about the office, but it was it was more when rights started to do things in China, that tencent wasn't happy with that right. Allow this conflict of came about. Right. So what were some of the things you mentioned in the story, but just for people who haven't ready yet? What were some of the things that right was doing? The tencent wasn't thrilled with well? Sure. Well, you have to go to the motivations first. So the idea is that the people at riot, they make their money from legal revenue tencent doesn't give them like an allowance or anything like that every year..

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"hong kong ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"hong kong ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of the program look at the equity space in asia things are improving slightly we'll talk about that coming up here on bloomberg daybreak asia if you're joining us from the pac rim good morning i'm doug krizner at bloomberg world headquarters in new york and i'm juliet solly in singapore yes things certainly not as dire as they were a couple of hours ago but we do have a few more markets coming online these our including here in singapore let's get the latest sweep bryan curtis in hong kong ryan yes juliet i think most importantly the footsie china eight fifty futures just started trading in singapore and they're actually higher now up about fifteen points or so twelve thousand eight seventeen doesn't mean they'll hold but that's up about a tenth of one percent the two markets cash markets has just opened taiwan atomic showdown about a third of a percent and the sti in singapore trading down about two thirds of one percent so we still have losses here but it does seem that were were switching or changing gears a little bit and we're just seeing china's first ever you on oil future start their trading in shanghai so that's kind of interesting we'll get you details on that momentarily wti crude futures sixty six twenty seven now that is up six tenths of one percent of course you had those missiles in yemen and saudi arabia so that's part of the action to the upside let's take a look at some of the other equity markets the nikkei is down one hundred and fifty points or so a drop of seven tenths of a percent down half a percent in australia new zealand is when we call morning down more than one percent the cosby has done a marginally better than the other markets it's flat here at the moment so what is leading to this change well the us and south korea did reach an agreement on their trade deal also treasury secretary steven mnuchin in a few short minutes you're going to hear him say that they're actually having some talks with china and that he is kind of quietly optimistic that some sort of deal can be reached so we'll we'll see how that develops the yield on the ten year now two point eight two percent so a little bit of a of a.

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"hong kong ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"hong kong ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A day powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm mark mills this is bloomberg doug all right thanks so much mark ryan roberts is here he is senior analyst at m c m partners us from our studios in hong kong ryan always a pleasure help me make sense of what's happening in markets right now we had records in the states we still very strong in the asian session bitcoin breaks 10 grand hoops so things begin to falter a bit i don't know whether or not there is a connection there they're very well may be but the other thing that seems to be happening is we know markets are generally discounting mechanisms there's not so much that we know right now there's a lot that we don't know so how do you make sense of price action right now what can we in the end of the year we're always in the syllabus selling pressure and i think that's that's what we're seeing definitely in in a in china and in hong kong particular um i i don't know of bitcoin has a direct correlation mom not sure the same as allocators are working in both asset classes equities in and bitcoin um but i do know that there's generally seems to be kind of in the equity markets some risk off as a community end of the year in terms of the fact that we are saying this huge rally into every asset class not just did coin you had that davinci going for four hundred and fifty million we just had about that pink diamond ring as well it seems to be a lot of money out there there has been speculation of a correction coming dove around ten percent do you think that that could be likely uh where do we look at the markets currently as we're trying to take a longerterm view on i think that's that's always kind of a a better approach than worrying about the next move over was the next couple of weeks and what we turn a look at more is our evaluation basis modestly in hong kong look at china the valuations really aren't that stretched so we if there is a correction if it's ten percent little more or less on the way i look at that honestly is as the.

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"hong kong ryan" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"hong kong ryan" Discussed on WLOB

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"hong kong ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"hong kong ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With the work of special council muller assuming that i can do it legally inappropriately absolute now the president says it's a witchhunt tiejun i consider director muller to be on a witchhunt data president saying it's which of bloomberg's kevin surly says there's a move now back from the president to move against russia i spoke with senator lindsey graham today he of course is hurting the house of representatives take up that sanctions on russia that the senate nearly unanimously passed now several weeks ago and kevin says the sources say the white house is expected to go back on the attack against democrats china saying is cracking down on japanese nationals perpetrating telecommunications fraud julia fancier john shaw saying on june thirty of thirty five japanese nationals were criminally detained by local chinese police on suspicion of swindle we have notified japan in accordance with china japan consular agreement looking australia's going to conduct a preview of its space industry capability will focus on comparative advantage as well as regional and international court collaboration with in the space sector global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg doug thank you at night past the hour ryan roberts is here here's a senior senior analyst at mcm partners joining us from our studios in hong kong ryan pleasure to heavy on the program i'd like to begin with this idea that the pboc should begin to expand to widen the ones trading ban in implicitily i guess that would put them in their situation where they didn't have to intervene is often the media is is this a good idea given the fact that a we're worried about stability and be cap it'll outflows is a persistent problem she added a shiite the evidence of very good idea but actually helps china towards more rate normalize can afford exchange management regime the band itself so is hasn't really been much vichy you recently the the army hasn't and pump hasn't bumping up against that so i don't think it'll be a nearterm major catalyst this widened the band because the band thus far as recently rather hasn't been hasn't in.

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"hong kong ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"hong kong ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Prices of mortgage back sick well he pleaded guilty cunt to conspiracy to commit securities fraud and he also agree to help in the investigation right let's get closeup look i was happening of financial markets as our asian training they gets underway here's bloomberg is primed curtis in hong kong ryan think he sharing just boring over the sam some electronics first quarter earning suffering profit nine point nine trillion one that was much higher than the estimate of nine point one a trillion and sales by the way at fifty truly and won better than the estimated forty nine point five trillion you know the galaxy note seven was a nightmare for sound so last year but some summed is already said to be increasing galaxy s eight production and so the earnings of course not reflecting that yet but still looking pretty good us stop extending higher after pairing some gains caution spread a little with donald trump meetings huge and playing in both syria and north korean development so weighing as well specially news that centering gas so was used in this area alright let's get a look at the asian markets australasia markets with the bricks paul allen in sydney paul what he's seen this morning he is six futures putting up about a third of one percent twentyfive minutes our from the opened home come see opie holding just expected to pursue a partial say a lot of energy australia strenuous food minder stingy retire listens big speak seal peter reduce of stake until returns i'm proof over new zealand means a dick still slipping our for food of one percent run well thanks very much ty ones foreign reserves fell to four hundred and thirty seven point five billion us dollars in march shut down just a tad in not only mention that because will get china's foreign exchange reserves later this afternoon after the show goes off year probably after the market close is but sometime later today us dollar right now trading flat.

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