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"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

10:27 min | 1 year ago

"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In Singapore, Juliet, Sally, and I'm Bryan Curtis trading is underway now in most of the key markets around the region. Just seeing now thanking index is in positive territory. But it's moving a little bit down off the highs in the past couple of minutes, it's a third of one percent, and in China the market. There is also supported up about four tenths of one percent. The rest of the region is down more or less at the moment. We'll get you details on trading here in the Asia Pacific in just a moment. But for now we want to focus on the stories moving markets. Juliette? Well, the department is proposing changing rulemaking to allow it to impose countervailing duties on countries that act to undeveloped currencies. This could give some to the Trump administration's threats to go off to countries that deliberately manipulate their currencies to subsidize exports. Vietnam is one of the countries, the US may be concerned about, and Vietnamese officials Mitch with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin Thursday. He's calling the meeting productive. Live. Speaking of currencies. A lot of speculation about what's next. China's currency is tariffs begin to buy and how Joe senior emerging market economists debt. Komo's Bank tells US China maybe facing pressure to devalue China's facing pressure of slow dial in the external environment. As wasn't in the China also need to have think about in the way, the, the is somehow is too strong. All all they've somehow weakest courtesy to suppose economy and they'll show you on is just a little weaker at the moment. Six nine three two three. President Trump is suggesting way could be part of a trade deal with China, and it's after his administration earlier this month blacklisted the Chinese telecoms equipment maker, and cited national security risks. Trump also says he thinks China will respond to US pressure and cut a deal think things probably going to happen with China fast because I can't imagine that they can be thrilled with houses of company. Companies leaving their shores for other places. And today, Microsoft joined the going list of companies from the United States, limiting access to its products will mail. Japanese official says President Trump and Japan's Prime Minister are unlikely to resolve trade disputes, involving Ocho tariffs during mating starting this weekend in Tokyo, and that's according to Japanese embassy, official in Washington. US officials also downplaying prospects for progress in Trump's meeting with Shinzo Ave investors in one Chinese company, that just listed in the United States running outta luck at least for the moment, we're talking here about luck in coffee shares down forty three percent from the high after last week's US IPO more now from Bloomberg's Yvonne man. Luck ends ADR's is getting very hard hit in the US says investors question the company sacrifice a prophets in favor of a costly homeland expansion strategy. And of course, this all comes of the US, China relationship weighs on global markets. Of this year's public offerings that raise at least five hundred million dollars luck thirteen percent decline from its offering price of seventeen dollars. A share makes the Chinese coffee retailer the second worst, one behind lift and hedge analysts Howard penny among the market watchers fooled by luck in last week, penny projected a fifty percent upside for the stock in Hong Kong. I'm Yvonne man Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Well, it's a little counter intuitive. But a lot of these markets have moved more solidly into the green a moment ago. I said, most of the other markets, besides Hong Kong and Shanghai were down, but even Taiwan is higher now four tenths of one percent. The streets times index in Singapore is up about a tenth of one percent. The Hang Seng index gains four tenths of one percent, the CSI three hundred is up six tenths of one percent. So there is a little bit of buying here, and part of it might be what we've been running about President Trump's comments about while way that it could be part of a trade deal surprised some investors are coming in and buying. We still have some negativity in stralia. And in Tokyo, the Nikkei is trading down about a half of one percent the S X two hundred down six tenths of one percent, even though for most of the morning, we've been maintaining that the US and China continue to harden, their trade war positions in some data. That was out earlier, Japan's ki inflation gauge tick tire in. April, and we had multiple factors set to weigh on price momentum over the coming months. Consumer prices excluding fresh food rising by zero point nine percent in April from year earlier, and that was up from about a half a percent in the previous month Dalian now one nine seventy one, so that's a little more risk on as the yen has weakened yield on the ten years up to two thirty three now. So it hit two point two nine percent. Earlier in US trading and crude oil has recovered by two thirds of one percent, fifty eight thirty one a barrel. Thirty five minutes past the hour Juliette to you. Well, China is one in the US the TV continue sailing ships through the Taiwan Strait. It will further damage relations at Baxter covering, global news. In the Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco newsroom, Ed. Yeah. Right charge, Juliet, the US has sailed to military ships within the last two days through the strait China says it's closely monitoring, and his urging the US to understand the complex sovereignty issues involved in a time of great trade war, tension. Warns this only makes things worse. The rhetoric between US house speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Donald Trump is at the same time heated even more and gotten away more personal today Pelosi saying the president's families should call an intervention. She says he's not in grasp of reality, and it showed yesterday at the infrastructure, meeting up to the task of figuring out the difficult choices of how to cover the cost of what the important infrastructure legislation that we had talked about three weeks before, now, the president says she is a mess crazy and has lost it and says doesn't have a grasp on her job using an example, the Mexico Canada US trade deal saying that her job performance is not up to snuff. Many are supporting. I must say they've told us this supporting regardless of leadership. I don't think Nancy Pelosi understands the deal is too complicated, but it's not a complicated. The Pelosi says she's. Is truly afraid for the country. The president isn't an extremely stable genius. Okay. India's prime minister Narendra Modi has strengthened his grip on power landslide. Election polling India, further to the right Pakistan's military says it successfully test-fired a long range ballistic missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead. Facebook says it removed two point two billion fake accounts in the first quarter, vice president for policy enforcement, Monica bicker, says this is using new technology and is working to protect global elections, when we think about how to keep Alexis free and fair, one of the things that we are investing in this making show, removing fake accounts as quickly as we can we now remove more than a million accounts a day at the time of upload bickered. Bloomberg technology says they are not as able to analyze the content as they were. But they are getting at least these bad actors down, US Senate has passed a Bill that aims to combat robo calling co-sponsor John thune. Sayings is to eliminate annoying the practice, but also to take care of a threat to elderly populations populations. Get preyed upon by bad actors violators of the law scam artists, and although this won't limit all robo calling, it'll Bill certainly put a dent in it. And, and that's something I think every American will welcome. And as a business practice a shea many Americans don't do any business with anybody who cold calls robo or not global news, twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on Twitter, power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. In San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Brian, thanks very much, global sport. Now with Dan Schwartzman. Dan is menu. Looking to move on at goalkeeper. That's an interesting question Brian, because it seems like they may be Davi to heya rejecting. What's believed to be Manu's final offer to the goalkeeper has petty Saint Germain has emerged as a favourite to land the Spain international. Per transfer fee of sixty million pounds to hey, has fought to be asking for a salary three hundred fifty thousand pounds per week, which Red Devils are not willing to meet. Meanwhile, AC Milan keeper GianLuigi don't Aruba could be targeted by Old Trafford with a twenty year old commanding a transfer fee of around sixty five million pounds tiger. Woods enhancing, you'll play the memorial tournament next week in Dublin, Ohio woods has one Jack Nicklaus event five times and finished twenty third last year. The memorials always run up to the US open to later for woods, who did not make the cut at the PGA championship last week, NBA game number five of Eastern Conference final halftime in Milwaukee Bucks holding onto a forty nine forty six lead that series tied at two games apiece. The all NBA teams have been announced the first team consisting of Steph Karajan asandra, dako- Nicola Jokic, all George and James harden. Lebron James has been named the first team for eleven straight years was named the third team, which does continue a record tying streak of fifteen years of being all NBA Golden State Warriors announcing that Kevin Durant will not be ready for. The start of the NBA finals is terrain has yet to be cleared for on-court activities is thirty year old continues. His recovery restrained. Right. Calf warriors though, do expect into comeback. At some point during the series. Golden State has also hopeful that DeMarcus cousins recovering from a torn left quad will also return during the latter portion of the finals major league baseball scoreboard, local teams in action, all files Mets getting past Washington, six to four Yankees, Baltimore six to five. Boston all over Toronto eight to two. It took thirteen innings, but Atlanta gets past San Francisco five to four. Doan assessments of the Mets is going to miss the rest of the season. He underwent ankle surgery on Dan Schwartzman. That's your Bloomberg NBC world sports update. Juliette, dad. Thanks so much coming up, we are going to be joined by Ian. Christopher director of incisive security. They released the twenty nine hundred Hong Kong and Taiwan. Encryption trends survey this week, so we'll ask them all about the biggest threats they see in Hong Kong and Taiwan with data encryption is consent. Very. Timely conversation. C U S, China trade.

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"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Herron Singapore. Juliet sally. And I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York, so we've got trading underway now in Hong Kong after a holiday yesterday. Hang sang is essentially flat. And in Seoul, the kospi better by about one half of one percents Korea also online after a holiday yesterday. Meantime, in Sydney, we've got a little bit of weakness in the ASX two hundred down about six tenths of one percent, deeper dive into markets in a moment after Juliet. And I get you caught up on this hour's top business stories, and it's all about the fed the interbank saying evidence if we can flation may be temporary. That's one of the reasons Chidgey Powell seems to be on the fence about an interest rate hike or Akash we've just come through a two day meeting and we've done a deep dive on economic and financial conditions at the United States and around the world and thought about our policy, and we do think our policy stance is appropriate right now, we don't we don't see a strong case for moving in either direction. The fed did announce though h. Will lower the regime one of the tools used to influence the fed fundraise. Now, this is the right on excess reserves and Powell's a small technical adjustment. Speaking of borrowing costs, it may be easier to get a cheap loan in China. If you are a member of the communist party more from Bloomberg's Yvonne man, I new local government program in China is rewarding companies with balance-sheets in the green. But a political affiliation. That's red. Local officials say these Lowe's to companies that enthusiastically support the communist party a part of an effort to fund more credit to officiant private companies, but some critics including Michael Spencer of Deutsche Bank here. In Hong Kong say it's not obvious that being familiar with Xi Jinping. Thaad makes a firm more economically efficient push for more red loans could undermine progress and the government's drive to curve, but as you'll leverage in Hong Kong, I'm Yvonne man, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. The komo's department is starting a probe into imports of Chinese. Ramic tile. It's looking at where the Chinese companies dumping the product in the US one thing that's looking at is whether produces in China at getting unfair subsidies. Meanwhile, the White House says U S China trade Tokes zeroing in on structural issues and rebalancing US China trade Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin calling this week's meetings in Beijing productive negotiations will continue next week in Washington. Well, details are emerging on how much money apple will be paying Qualcomm after these two companies settled a legal battle that span. Two years. That settlement was reached last month. You'll recall we have details from Bloomberg's Emily Chang in San Francisco. The chipmaker disclosed in its quarterly earnings report that the iphone maker will pay them up to four point seven billion dollars. That's less than the seven billion dollars. Qualcomm claimed apple owed in legal documents excluding this one time payment the revenue forecast for the current quarter fell short of analysts estimates, Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf told Bloomberg that's in part due to. Weaker demand for smartphones expected in China in San Francisco, I'm Emily Chang, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. And in the late session. We had Qualcomm shares down about three percent Juliette. Well, Samsung jumping into the home building business MO from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. De Electric's maker is hoping that making the homes will help it unlock the market for the smart technology at wants to put in them. This includes Samson's personal assistant Bixby which can show you what's in the fridge along with an Alexa feature controlling lights and the speaker developed by never that recommends music and TV Samsung software overlays the competing products with a unified control system, and the South Korean company may someday be able to analyze all the incoming data to refine its own internet of things development at tries to develop things like a mirror that can analyze your health, a bathtub that fills with your commute home and lights that either help you amp up the energy or calmed down. Denise Pellegrini, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. So many of the markets in Asia that were on holiday. Day yesterday. I have returned to action. I'm thinking Taiwan. I'm taking Singapore, South Korea and Hong Kong few exceptions, though mainland. Chinese markets will be closed for the remainder of the week. And of course, Japan is on holiday through Tuesday of next week right now in Hong Kong hang sang is up three tenths of one percent. In Seoul, the kospi better by about a half of one percents and in Sydney little bit of weakness coming through we're down there in the ASX two hundred by about six tenths of one percent equities in the states drifted lower. We had the fed to contend with. Now, the statement from the fed after the meeting concluded indicated an emphasis on subdued inflation. Obviously, the fed left rates unchanged and reiterated the posture of being patient. Those were pretty much discounted already. But what was a bit surprising was that during the press conference fed chair? Jay Powell said low inflation is transient that seemed to take the equity market to new lows on the session with the Dow and the NASDAQ each down about six ten. Of one percent, the S and P five hundred dropped eight tenths of one percent. And in the bond market, the US ten year treasury last quoted in the New York session, just under two point five zero. No trading in Tokyo, obviously in US sovereigns because of the holiday and WTI crude oil after slumping in New York on that inventory data. We are now at sixty three sixty six in the electron accession. I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg interactive brokers studio Juliette well after his testimony before the Senate US attorney general William by has decided not to testify before the house Ed Baxter covering global news in the Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco newsroom. Ed. Juliette questioning today got brutal. It was under Republican control on the judiciary committee. The Senate the house committee roles and staff attorneys doing some of the questioning tomorrow and after the testimony today, Mr. bar has decided not to attend more on that in a moment. Now today, his defense of his not finding obstruction of Justice was premised on the fact that the president asked attorney, Don Mcgann to fire Robert Muller, but not to end the investigation in terms of the requests to ask again to memorialize. That fact, we do not think in this case that the government could show corrupt intent beyond a reasonable doubt. And Barr says he finds the whole proceeding mind-bending Lee bizarre because I made clear from the beginning that I was putting out the report is much of the report as I could. And it was clear it was going to take three weeks or so maybe four to do that. Well, now, the Justice department is Juliet has looted- to says, Mr. VAR will not appear before the House Judiciary committee tomorrow chair, Jerry Nadler convenient nine.

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"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"AM in Berlin. I'm Juliet Sally. You're listening to Bloomberg daybreak Europe. It does look like European stocks will start the final trading day of the week on a positive note. Features on the Euro Stoxx fifty up by six tenths of one percent. Dax futures higher by four tenths of one percent. And in London footsie futures up by around a third of one percent that's following on from a very solid session in the Asian trading day led by China's CSI three hundred which is almost four percent in the last half hour of trade at three thousand eight hundred seventy three points. We've got talks continuing between the US and China in Beijing. We've also seen some pretty solid moves across the region with Hong Kong Taiwan Japan also tracking higher and the Asia Pacific index is set to finish the quarter with a gain of around eight point eight percent marking a very solid quarter. After that eleven point three percent drop in the final quarter of twenty eighteen having a look at. Sterling at his firm against the Dollah at one sports three zero seven two ahead of yet. Another big day for parliamentarians in Britain. And also just a quick I on commodities on or in Singapore up by three and a half percent combat in Shanghai is up by around one percent. And we've got a little bit of upside coming through in Brent crude as well up a third of one percent at sixty eight dollars a barrel. Let's get to top stories. Now, Bloomberg daybreak, of course is out on customer terminals, bringing you all the news that you need to start your day. Let's get a check of the top headlines with daybreak editor Brian Fowler. Joining us live from Tokyo and Brian. Of course, I'm guessing breaks. It is one of the top stories if not the top stories today. Oh, well, specs it day, or at least respected dang, so. Yeah. That's that's that's a big one. And we'll be watching to see how the vote in parliament goes. And if it gets voted down Theresa May's gonna probably face either, no deal exit in April or a very long delay. Also from the fed way hearing some upbeat musings with St Louis Fred president James Bullard saying that it's premature to consider a bright kosh. Yeah. So we had in the last few days we had a couple of things happen. We had Stephen Moore fed nominee calling for an immediate fifty basis point cut. And then we saw in the fed teachers veterans teachers market we saw it was pricing in about thirty basis points at this year. And that's nothing like what the fed has said. So we saw kind of a coordinated effort. I think today to push back against these expectations. In addition to Bullard calling saying that it's too premature to even think about a rate cut. We had New York chief John Williams talking about another indicator version of the yield curve, he said, the inverted you curve has been a recession predictor for reasons in the past that don't quite apply today. So it seems like they're trying to push back against those expectations. Well, maybe while Washington is saying that there's no rush for a trade deal. And it's prepared to talk to China for wake. So even months to reach an agreement that suits the US. So doesn't look likely that there's going to be an imminent. Deal. It doesn't look imminent. Yeah. Larry cudlow said it could take weeks or months, we have seen some signs of movement from the Chinese side. We have sources saying that China's getting back into the US soy market. And we had a report from the Wall Street Journal saying that that China could allow porn tech firms better access to its cloud computing market. So there are some indications out there, but it's gonna take a while to come to a deal. Let's talk about some of the top corporate news because where you are in Tokyo. There's been a huge surge in Daiichi Sankyo this after Astra Zeneca agreed to pay nearly seven billion dollars to help form a cancer treatment with the Japanese drugmaker. This is obviously a very big deal. Yeah. Analysts are saying it's just a huge deal. And then I won't try to say the name of the. Hard to style. But it's it's it's a treatment that for gastric cancer. And also progress Kanter and analysts are saying it's a game changer, especially for breast cancer. Peak sales could be worth seven billion dollars annually. And so it looks like a very good investment. We saw Sankei shares rise about sixty percent which the daily limit. And just checking right now, I can see that the. Still outnumber the asks by about three to one. So you could probably expect further gains on Monday. I think you can just call it S eight two zero one rather than try that big name with a blockbuster IPO lift raising two point three billion dollas, what does the listing? Tell us about other big Silicon Valley is this year. Walter very bullish story because not only did they raise their range. But then they finally price it at the very top of the the upwardly revised rain. So it's looking very good for the IPO market analysts saying that they think that this could be the precursor of one of the best years you've had an IPO in a very long time. And of course, it's good news for Uber, which is expected to bring its own idea to market next month. All right. Thank you to Brian fallow, daybreak editor joining us live there from Tokyo. And for the news that you need to start your day. Bloomberg customers can access daybreak by typing D A Y B on the Bloomberg terminal. Let's get a check now of global news his.

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"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Juliet Sally. And I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg brokers interactive studio in San Francisco right now, we've got a mixed picture for markets in the Asia Pac region a little bit of weakness in New Zealand higher prices though in Sydney and Seoul, a market holiday in Tokyo. Although we do have Chicago Nikkei futures trading. The active contract implies a move of about three hundred points to the downside when the market in Tokyo is up and running next. It's all about the fed will unpack that story right now here on daybreak Asia. The fate, of course, signaling no rate hike this year with only one increasing in twenty twenty Powell says we didn't flation time. It is a good time to be patient unresolved policy issues, such as Brexit, any ongoing trade negotiations pose some risks to the outlook Palo saying, he sees the fed tapering its balance sheet run off and halting it by the end of September to China next where the NBA is apparently seeking a government point guard there as it seeks an assist amid U S China trade tensions that story from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. The NBA plans to hire its first head of government and public affairs in China the position in either Beijing or Shanghai will report directly to NBA China's CEO Derrick Chan and be in charge of shaping the public narrative in the world's second largest economy. The NBA has already scored the kind of success in China that other international sports leaks. Covet licensing retail deals include a five hundred million dollar packed with ten cent and a thirty plus partnership, but state run broadcasters. The NBA tells us growth in the region is strong. It's job. Posting requires fifteen years of experience clue inside in Mandarin and English and a deep knowledge of legislative and regulatory issues in mainland China. Denise Pellegrini, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Well, Chinese banks is sitting record fundraising results, and Bloomberg's Rishaad Salamat has more. The banks have raised at least forty eight billion dollars this year. The most ever for a first quarter bulking up on capitol is a pressing need for the banks. That's as a grapple with rising bad debts being pushed to help the government achieve economic targets. Regulators say the banks had about three hundred billion dollars in non-performing loans on their balance sheets at the end of eighteen more than doubled twenty fourteen and the banks have another reason to be collecting funds from investors Everbright says the big four will be required by international regulations to raise nearly six hundred billion dollars in funds by twenty twenty eight. In Hong Kong, I'm Rishaad. Salaam at Bloomberg daybreak Asia. We're just now getting another data point for Australia underscoring, the weakness of the economy down under employment in the month of February was up only forty six hundred the market was looking for something in the vicinity of fifteen thousand will look at market reaction in a moment next. We go to Hong Kong where securities regulators have ordered brokers to freeze client assets linked to suspected market manipulation in shares of China. Dinghy Fung holdings that story from Bloomberg's Yvonne man. Dips Kerr investment firm as rallied more than eight thousand percent over the past five years making it the best performer and MCI's global stock index, and that's in spite of losing money for seven of the past eight years now, Hong Kong securities futures commission says it's been investigated D Y F for months and searches offices earlier this week the company operates like a closed end fund. It's led by swayed Guangyi, it's our scholar fashioned after Warren Buffett had a value of more. Than three and a half billion dollars before trading was frozen. In Hong Kong. I'm Yvonne, man. Bloomberg daybreak Asia. All right. We're go. Sorry. I was gonna say checking markets now. Because as you mentioned, we did have that unemployment rate coming through from Australia, but what is more well, actually, the jobless numbers. But what is more important is that the unemployment rate has fallen in February two four point nine percent from five percent. And that is actually pushed the AUSSIE dollar higher by six tenths of one percent to seventy one point six. So obviously underscoring the fact that perhaps we may not as much as C A right cuts indication as what we had thought we might say, even though these job numbers a little to the downside that we have seen. The prior month are pretty much coming in in line with what it was before at thirty eight point three. So that show that January had some very strong jobs growth, and that has pushed the unemployment rate down in a strategy to four point nine percent in February. I think that is some kind of close records Ozzy Dulles spiking on that Japan is closed today for. A public holiday. We are seeing some upside the coming through in South Korea's market is up by one percent. New Zealand is a little weaker down by about a tenth of one percent. And the ASX two hundred is flat. We are awaiting some interest rate decisions coming through from the Bank of Philippines, Indonesia and Taiwan today. It's to stay on hold after we had that dovish tilt from the fed the Bank of Thailand yesterday left. It's a cash rate at one point seven five percent as expected, but it did cut its economic growth forecast for twenty nineteen so signaling as Evan Lucas was telling us these concerns that we have in the overall Asia Pacific as we start to see the implications of the trade dispute and the slowdown. Let's get a check now of global news for that. We go to San Francisco and UK Prime Minister.

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Asia Stocks Rise on Trade Hopes

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:42 sec | 2 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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"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Juliet Sally alongside with Doug krizner in New York. We've got trading underway in Tokyo, Sydney and solemn hour away from the trade in Hong Kong and Shanghai. But let's get the top stories of the day. And the fed is signaling. It's done raising interest rates for awhile chap house says the US economy is in a good place. But the fed has its eye on overseas developments, especially in Europe and China Powell also indicating the fed may not be as aggressive on its balance sheet run off as some thought, Doug. We heard from Facebook after the closing bell here in the states fourth quarter revenue beat at sixteen point nine one billion monthly active users two point three two billion smack in line with estimates. And if you look at that number relative, December it's a nine percent increase, and we're looking at Facebook stock right now trading up by eleven and a half percent in late US trading will US in Chinese officials gathering. A working dinner in Washington after a day of meetings to settle trade differences the highlight could bay when President Trump joins the makings stay in the US which takes us to India where I see I see I Bank out with third quarter results numbers miss estimates. We have more from Bloomberg's Ramey and Asensio Mumbai-based ICICI is blaming an increase in bad loan provisions for the miss those provisions increased by about nineteen percent of the quarter from a year ago. The previous head of one of the nation's largest private sector lenders resigned in October. That's after allegations of corporate governance violations and new CEO Sunday Bakshi is seeking to improve asset quality and boo shareholder returns. Partly by trying to recover soured loans in India's courts, Remy incensio, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. We've been talking about that increase in Chinese exports to the US late last year is CIA stella's in China, theoretically tried to ship. Ahead of tariffs. But some economists are questioning the premise, and we get more from Bloomberg's Yvonne man warehouses on the west coast of the US are full of goods from China. Presumably as part of a rush to get things in the US. And with this in mind. Forecasters happened expecting Chinese exports to slow this year. But economists at Bloomberg economics say Chinese exports to other countries also picked up in the second half of last year. And they say the amount of China's overall export increase attributable to frontloading was likely only two tenths of a percent of China's twenty eighteen exports still the economists say they expect Chinese exports to slow this year from last year's pace as the impact of US impose tariffs ripples across the globe. One early sign that may be true shipping rates from Hong Kong to Los Angeles have been slower to pick up this year that in the recent past in Hong Kong, I'm Yvonne man, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Well here in the states, we had the fed meeting. Inspiring a risk on day for markets S and P five hundred finishing at an eight week high. Let's get more from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett moves for stocks as investors assessed the late his corporate earnings along with the chances of a trade breakthrough between the world's biggest economies. Lisa. Shallow does head of investment and portfolio strategies at Morgan Stanley one of the things that we often forget is that roughly forty percent of s and p five hundred profits are coming from economies outside the United States that's very different than the composition of the US economy S and P five hundred index down three down two tenths of one percent. Dow Industrial's up fifty one up two tenths NASDAQ down fifty seven down eight tenths of one percent in New York. Charlie Pellett, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Let's get a close up look at what's happening in financial markets here in Asia. His Bryan Curtis in Hong Kong, Brian Juliet, thanks very much. Well, the fed is putting its rates policy on hold you guys just indicated that and he's showing flexible. Ability on the balance sheet reduction if you thought this was already discounted you'd be wrong. Well, maybe the first part was the second part, not so much and the markets responded. We had the Dow up four hundred and thirty four points, the S and P five hundred was up forty one points. And that's a gain of one point six percent, some quick data. And then we'll get to Paul Allen, Sydney. Japan's factory output dropped again in December industrial output edging down. Not point one percent. The fall was smaller than the overall estimate of zero point five percent. But it does add to concern that there's only a limited rebound in the economy or was so in the final three months of the year. But I would argue that there was this interesting dichotomy that we're seeing that because we had retail sales in Japan that increased zero point nine percent from November and that was much stronger than zero point four percent. So the same happened in in China where consumption was a little better than what the is. And the export data showed. All right. Let's get over it. When the question on that is which affects more. Or does the factory stuff pulled down consumption or does come pull up factories? Anyway, let's get to Paul Allen in Sydney, Paul. What are you seeing? Well, it's quieter than you expect on the six were just modestly higher financials are really weighing on things here. The looking at the better up seven tenths of one percent. The dollar the big beneficiary of fedspeak today. That's back above seventy two cents. Narrower Sydney to spoke fifty four brand. All right. Thanks very much. Paul Bloomberg is brought to you by sector spider. 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"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Kong and here in Singapore. I'm Juliet Sally. And I Bryan Curtis. Trading is underway. In many of the key markets across the region. The big rally in Tokyo, Nikkei up three point one percent. Six hundred ten points thinking index is just open more than three hundred thirty points higher. That's about one point three percent. The China markets are trending up as well. Although under three quarters of one percents. We'll get the details on the markets and all the triggers for this with Doug krizner in a moment. But for now, the top stories of the hour, President Trump saying that U S China trade talks are going. Well, Trump also saying US tariffs have hurt China badly officials from the two sides making this week in Beijing for the first time since President Trump and shea struck a trade truce in December. Apple TV has announced a new deal with Samsung. And as Bloomberg's rainy incensio reports it highlights apple shift to services as smartphone. Sales slow under this deal apple will start offering itunes movies. And TV shows on its former arch-rivals TV sets the move demonstrates apples deepening shift into tech and media services as iphone sales, Wayne apple also recently opened up apple music to the Amazon echo, apple and Samsung, we're at war for about seven years over smartphone patents but ended litigation last summer. Ramy Inocencio, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. We'll watch for Nissan's full Matt chairman back that's after being indicted on suspicion of violating Japan's financial reporting laws. We get more from Bloomberg's Susanna Palmer going, son. Anthony tells Francis journal du demolished that his father will mount a vigorous defense at his first hearing this week gone plans to attend to hearing in Tokyo district court tomorrow, his legal team wants to know why guns detention has been repeatedly extended since he was taken into custody November nineteenth and his son tells the paper everyone will be surprised to hear his father's version of the story. Prosecutors have accused Goan of transferring personal trading losses. As to the Japanese automaker. Meantime, Nissan's chief performance officer is now taking a leave of absence. The company says Jose does a will assist in special tasks arising from recent events some had seen him as a possible successor to CEO hero psycho. Susanna Palmer, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Well, it looks like this spree of emanate deals in Japan is just getting started. And Bloomberg's Yvonne man has more on that with one hundred ninety one billion dollars in deals Japan. Out-muscle China and dominated mergers and acquisitions in Asia last year analysts say shrinking Japanese population and stagnant economy is motivating the splurge and with the company sitting on more than eight hundred ninety billion dollars. The spending spree is likely to continue plus firm sitting on cash may be more likely to become takeover targets themselves. So that's another reason to seek takeovers JV Morgan's, emanate joy. Chiro DOI's says Japanese companies are poised to clinch the most off-shore deals ever. And he says this year, the US will be the most sought after destination. In Hong Kong. I'm Yvonne, man. Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Well, Hong Kong's market opening that big rally on Wall Street and within Nikkei up by over three percent. Let's get all the latest market action with Doug Christner, Doug. Well, there are a couple of things at work here. Julia, let's go back to the Friday session in the states. That's when the yen weakened quite dramatically against the dollar. We were down by about eight tenths of one percent right around the level that we were trading at now one eight fifty so with the yen weakness, we are seeing much higher prices in the Nikkei two twenty five the index is up three point two percent now to step back and look at some of the other factors at play in this risk on mood. We had fed chair. Jay Powell saying the fed is not as you talked about earlier on a preset tightening. Cathy, said policy is going to be flexible fed is listening carefully to financial markets. We had a strong employment report and then late Friday and Beijing with that triple are cut. So everything kind of working together in concert right now. In Hong Kong is Brian indicated Hong sung up by about one and a half percent. We have Shanghai composite better by one. One half of one percent, the kospi is at one point six percents. And in Sydney, the ASX two hundred is better by about one point four percent. The dollar pulling in against the majors ever so slightly that was the case Friday as the market is the foreign exchange market. I should say is really betting on a pause in fed tightening. Bloomberg dollar spot index. Friday was down two tenths of one percent right now we're pulling in by about one tenth of one percent offshore Chinese you six eighty five seventy five again, the gain against the dollar is about one tenth of one percent. And crude oil with the pop here in the electronic session. Forty eight fifty the gain is a nearly one point two percent. I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York, Juliet to you. US President Donald Trump saying he may now call a national emergency to.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On Juliet Sally in Singapore. It is the last trading day of the wake and we are seeing a little bit more mixed movement coming through in these markets. Let's get all the latest with Bloomberg's Doug krizner, Doug. Julia. Some of this may be tied to a big move in the dollar to the upside during New York session. We had the Bloomberg dollar spot index picking up about six tenths of one percent. When looking at the dollar to possibilities. That would explain that strength won a big drop in the price of crude oil WTI now down twenty one percent from October peak. We're going to be unpacking. This oil story in a moment. The other is the fed we had the fed meeting. They left rates unchanged. That wasn't really surprising. Although the fed did repeat the outlook for further gradual rate increases, Bloomberg dollar spot index rising six tenths of one percent. We had a quite a bit of weakness in the yen actually at one point trading with a one fourteen handle the end has a strength. Ever so slightly one thirteen ninety-five nonetheless. The Nikkei is down by about four tenths of one percent kospi weaker by about one tenth of one percent. And in Sydney, the ASX two hundred is down about two tenths of one percent. Donald lot of movement in the US treasury market right now in the Tokyo session. We've come in maybe a basis points or so on the ten year three point two two percent. We were a three twenty three in New York. And we're going to be looking for the inflation data coming up for China will have CPI and PPI figures to report a little while from now, I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York, Brian. All right, Doug. Thanks very much. Let's get to the news flow. Here is on OPEC. At the moment. You mentioned prices have been falling into a bear market. Just here at the moment. We're up about a tenth of one percent. And Scott Bauer of prosper Trading Academy says oil could move in that direction never mind the bear market. He could move up sometime soon. I don't know that it has much lower here. I think we've had a big overreaction. I'm.

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"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Everybody. I'm Brian Curtis here in Singapore. At the new economy forum, and on Juliet Sally also here in Singapore. At the Bloomberg new economy foreign, but we all saying a little bit of a mix movement coming through in these markets, particularly weakness coming through in Hong Kong and China. Let's get all the latest weakling. Doug krizner in New York duck. That's right Julieta. The hang sang is down about four tenths of one percent. And on the mainland chong-hi composites weaker by about eight tenths of one percent right now seeing a bit of weakness in the offshore Chinese you want here at six ninety two eighteen a decline against the dollar of about two tenths of one percent, Bryan. And or broadcasting from the Bloomberg new economy forum in Singapore and earlier it was there that China's vice president one she Sean said that China is willing to talk to the US on this ongoing trade dispute now he prefaced his support for talks with a warning about the dangers of. Of right leaning populism and unilateralism we'll have more on that coming up here on the program and the dollar-yen relationship one thirteen twenty nine so the is slightly weaker. The Nikkei is higher by more than eight tenths of one percent. In Seoul, the kospi better by about three tenths of one percents. And in Sydney now, the ASX two hundred is ahead by about one tenth of one percent. A lot of the info tech stocks were down in the US session. This after the Nikkei reported the dapple is not going to boost phone production. Energy shares kind of did an interesting thing when you look at the normal relationship that we see between crude oil and many energy companies. They trade kind of in tandem today. Energy stocks gained even though crude oil fell to a seven month low WTI right now is at sixty to eighty eight most analysts with whom we speak. Tell us that the US sanctions on Iranian. Crude are not going to have a lot of immediate impact on worldwide supplies in the bond market. Meantime, US ten year treasury holding steady at a yield of three point. Two zero percent. I'm Doug krizner live from the Bloomberg. Interactive brokers studio back to Singapore.

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"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Morning in London ten thirty AM here in Dubai where the weather is finally getting better. I'm use of. And I'm Juliet Sally in a little bit of a dreary London. I have to say you're listening to Bloomberg daybreak Europe live from London we are seeing Asian markets, generally firm, but Hong Kong and China have started to sell off in late trade. The Hang Seng off by six tenths of one percent. The CSI three hundred on the mainland down eight tenths of one percent, Morgan Stanley warned about China's airlines saying that the Wiki and rising oil prices could start to hurt their earnings. They've seen quite a bit of a sell-off coming through from the likes of China. Ed, China Southern the Japanese market. So looking very solid today. The Nikkei closed higher by one and a quarter of one percent. We had the minutes from the abbey in Australia. Saying rates are likely to stay on hold their the Essex two hundred Thermo by six tenths of one percent. And it switch back into tech stocks in Asia as well which lifted the Taiex by eight tenths of one percent. Having a look at European futures. Dax futures suggesting a gain of about a tenth of one percent for German stocks. The Euro Stoxx fifty though a pretty flat there and the Footsie-100 futures also fairly flash also. Just having a quick look at bonds in the region. You've got the German ten year yields just down by about one at the moment. Ninety seven spot five, and then we have seen a little bit of lower Menton coming through in Italian at ten year yields as well. Let's get now to the global stories of the day Yousef. Yeah. Let's talk about more what's happening in the was Saudi spat. So CNN put out a new report they're saying that the kingdom is preparing to admit that the missing journalists that Japan has shocked g was killed in an interrogation that went wrong. So it's two unidentified sources say the operation did not have high level clearance. President Trump says he's been a short biking Kingston man that Riyadh has no official involvement in the journalist's disappearance president. Instead floated another idea the idea of Roque killers became.

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"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Visit eisneramper dot com slash tax turbulence Nathan, Karen, we are watching the technology sector this morning tech stocks in Asia following on the heels of yesterday's one point eight percent loss for the NASDAQ. It all comes after our Bloomberg exclusive on Chinese hackers infiltrating, nearly thirty US companies. Bloomberg's Juliet Sally reports from Singapore. Nathan and Caroline ovo. In Hong Kong led the declines as much as twenty three percent. The most you'd almost a decade, while Z TA also plunged Taiwan chipmakers were punished to sending the Taiex to a five month. Low while Japanese tech stocks the Nikkei closed low by eight tenths of one percent. In Tokyo, the Asia Pacific infotech index hit its lowest level since July twenty seven. Eighteen as investors digested. The Bloomberg report contributing to a fifth straight loss on the overall Asia Pacific index as for China markets will they've been closed since last Friday the Golden Week celebrations. Mlive strategists say watch for a mother of a hangup come Monday when price action plays catch up in Singapore. I'm Juliet Solly, Bloomberg daybreak. Juliette? Thank you comments from vice President Mike Pence are also adding to concerns from our report on China hacking, US computer networks, Bloomberg's Mark Bergen has more from Hong Kong market's bracing for what could shift and how the supply chain works for electron IX, the news that came out yesterday, coupled with vice president Pence in the US give a pretty damning speech about China, which accused him of flagrantly stealing American tech expectation that might change both how US companies by semiconductor suppliers across Asia as well as the US government, which is also a major purchaser and that species yesterday vice-president Pence criticize. Is Chinese economic commercial and diplomatic policies. Well, no, it wasn't all doom and gloom for tacky in Asia. With Samsung reporting earnings topping estimates. Bloomberg's Stephen Engle with more on that resilient. That's the best way to describe Samsung's memory chip sales in the third quarter. And that could ease concerns about a potential drop off in chip demand. That's been long predicted memory chips. Help Samsung's operating profit rise to another record last quarter..

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"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Here in Singapore on Juliet Sally, and I'm Bryan Curtis. Trading is underway. Now in Tokyo, Sydney, and Seoul, we still have an hour to go before we get Hong Kong up and running the China markets are closed today for holidays. Now, it looks like the equity markets are going to move up perhaps on the US candidate. But this strength that we've seen in the dollar is driving down some Asian currencies. We've got weakness in the South Korean won here. And also the yen has weakened considerably Dalian. Now, one thirteen ninety six we'll keep a close eye on that for you. We'll get to the markets in just a moment. Juliette? Yeah. That wake again, keeping Japanese talks at twenty seven year highs well on the dock aside, the International Monetary Fund poised to cut its forecast for global growth, managing director, Christine Lagarde says trade wars and tasha credit adopting the outlook turning to emerging Asia. It continues to grow at higher rates than other regions of the world. But we see indicators of moderation in China, which will be exacerbated by trade disputes and will probably impact other countries in the region. Global finance ministers will convene next week in Indonesia, and trade is on the agenda a warning on China's steel industry from Australia's government. We get more on that from Bloomberg's Paul Allen in Sydney. Australia's Department of industry innovation and science is China's steel market is about to go and reverse. That's is the world's largest steel market will peak this year and then shrink in two thousand nineteen has local demand drops China accounts for half the global steel output and the sector's has been booming with local mills making record volumes minors, including be HP Billiton say they expect the boom to continue. But Australia's governments is stricter environmental regulations supply side reforms and a push to cut debt will way on Chinese production in Sydney, I'm Paul Allen. Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Well in the US session, Monday Facebook, shares slipped more than one percent. That's is invest is potential full out from a massive hack attack Facebook. He's also dealing with pressure from a U regulators name while the company's Instagram unit is getting a new ball. Spleen bugs Sarah Frier says Adam massery lead Facebook's newsfeed team for many years. His their title will be head of Instagram not CEO, and he posted the news today in a photo posing with both co-founders who left giving a signal that there will be continuity for Instagram's culture and community in that he will try to deliver on their vision. Instagram's found has resigned last week apparently after tension with Facebook. Softbank's vision fund is said to be seeking investment in a Chinese education startup more on that from Bloomberg's Yvonne man we're hearing soft bank's fund is looking to invest about a half a billion dollars in China's Zoya Bong that does it seeks a stake in the country's. Vast online education market, the education startup has already raised from investors, including co two management, Goldman Sachs group sequoia capital, China and GDP capital sources say the vision fund enjoy a Bong are still finalizing terms of the deal. In Hong Kong. I'm Yvonne, man. Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Well, here's an interesting one. If you're a Republican chances are you've made a lot more money investing lightly than Democrats in the Marcus, Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. Has that story a paper circulated by the national bureau of economic research says Republicans were way more likely than Democrats to increase investments in US stocks following President Trump's two thousand sixteen election, the authors from MIT's Sloan school of management, analyzed portfolio holdings of millions of households with trillions of dollars in wealth. And they say Republicans were more optimistic about the future and invested in more assets exposed to economic performance, but Democrats increased relative weightings in bonds and cash if you include reinvested dividends the SNP return more than forty percent since President Trump's surprise victory. Denise Pellegrini, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. All right. Thanks very much. Thirty four minutes here past the hour. Let's get a check of the Asian markets largely moving to the upside. But there are a couple of let's get to Doug Christner, Doug. Well, let's begin. With the move to the upside, I guess you have to Credito weaker yen that happened in the New York session with the yen weakening about two tenths of one percent against the dollar. So we're trading right now one thirteen ninety seven in dollar dollar-yen, the Nikkei extending the high that we put in place yesterday the best level that we've seen in about twenty seven years got to go back to nineteen ninety one to see the Nikkei at these levels right now. The gain is about seven tenths of one percent. We were twenty four thousand four twenty four the kospi is up less than one tenth of one percent right now in Sydney ASX two hundred is essentially flat Hong Kong, we'll be back in session after a holiday yesterday. And remember that this is going to be the first opportunity for the Hong Kong market to reacted that week PM. I reading both PM is for China were a below forecast the official number and then the Cy sheen private survey largely looking at small and medium-sized businesses for the week, though, the mainland Chinese markets that Shanghai and Shenzhen. They will. Be shut for the national day holiday right now. In terms of the crude oil price, seventy-five Forty-six. We saw big move to the upside in New York trading on reports US sanctions have dissuaded importers from purchasing Iranian oil. We were up by more than three percent in the New York session and in the bond market US ten year treasury kind of holding steady the yield now is three point zero eight percent. Juliet to you. Thank you, Doug. Well, the US Senate majority leader says there will be a cabinet confirmation vote this week. Ed Baxter.

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NAFTA talks make progress

"Daybreak Asia. It is nine thirty AM here in Singapore. I'm Juliet Sally. And I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg world headquarters in New York, so markets in the Asia Pacific are up and running. Interestingly it's the ASX two hundred and Sydney, that's the worst performer index is down about one percent right now lots going on the foreign exchange to we've got a stronger yen and a weaker dollar.

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China Stocks fall as the yuan continues to weaken

Bloomberg Daybreak

05:09 min | 2 years ago

China Stocks fall as the yuan continues to weaken

"Nathan and it is a big week for central banks with policymakers in the United States Japan the United Kingdom Brazil and India all set to me Bloomberg's John Tucker is. Here live with details morning John See an interest rates, is expected when Federal Reserve officials. Gather on Tuesday and Wednesday that's according to pricing in federal funds futures. And all but, one of the fifty seven accommodates pulled by Bloomberg get rational testimony earlier. This month. Fed chairman Jerome Powell didn't signal that the economy is overheating or warranted in imminent hike. For an economy that expanded four point one percent of the second quarter. The feds real policy rate is still. Around zero or even slightly negative and despite speculation. The Bank. Of Japan, could. Soon flesh. Out, a plan for adjusting stimulus all forty four economists surveyed predict the b. o. j. will maintain its current setting on interest rates the Bank of England expected to hike even amid Brexit gloom and Brazil's central Bank is, seen a standard Pat India central Bank will probably raise its benchmark rate John Tucker Bloomberg, daybreak John thank, you meanwhile the. Bank of Japan today. Conducted, its third bond purchasing program in a week, by One point six trillion yen worth of. Ten year bonds the central Bank bought the debt stem rising yields after they touched, a nearly eighteen month high of eleven, basis points stocks. In Asia started the week on a negative note has, investors show caution. Ahead of those central Bank, meetings Bloomberg's Juliette Sally reports from our Singapore bureau technology companies in pharmaceutical firms with the biggest drag on the topics, which closed down four tenths of. One percent Chinese companies related to infrastructure construction continued to rally after the. Government unveiled new, measures to aid growth however the CSI three hundred finish down eight tenths. Of one, percent while the on show Yuan added to last week's slump elsewhere Indian Stokes defied the. Downbeat trend the sensex holding onto record highs ahead of an expected rate. Hike from the country's central Bank this. Week, in Singapore Juliet Sally Bloomberg daybreak Juliette thank. You China's. Benchmark Shanghai, composite, as Lund. Eighteen, percent since January high still emerging market investor Mark mobias says he expects Chinese stocks To fall even further in the case of China you've got a, number of problems first of all debt that. Is a big problem for companies in China number two you've got the tech situation with these stocks there's going to be a real, problem because it's such a big part, of the index and the third thing I think is. The trade, war of course that's going to be affecting number of companies and the psychological effect would be even greater Moebius capital partners co founder Mark Mobius, also tells us is keeping an eye on the you want Beijing will likely be tempted to use. The, currency as a weapon in its trade war with the US also on the trade front major car producing nations are set to meet for talks to coordinate, their response to us tariffs sources tell Bloomberg representatives from the European Union Canada Mexico South Korea and Japan convene tomorrow in, Switzerland now discuss. How. To respond. If the Trump administration does impose levies on car imports is another busy week for. Earnings with more than one hundred forty Companies. In the SNP five hundred scheduled to report to. Bloomberg's Charlie, Pellett reports so far upwards of ninety percent. Of companies reporting results of come in above analysts estimates Michael Gino is president of Pacific. Heights asset management earnings revenues are up and that was. Expected I, think so it's not really a surprise I. Think that you get into company specifics and industry specifics with, obviously had some high profile beats of high profile non beats if you will Twitter. Facebook and Intel certainly falling into that category this week we'll be hearing from financial giants including Berkshire Hathaway I n. g. b. m., p. Potter bond MetLife car companies tesla Toyota and BMW and tech giant's apple Samsung and Sony Charlie. Pellett Bloomberg daybreak mad Charlie on today's, docket, we, get results, from fourteen companies in the s.. And p. five hundred including Caterpillar Bloomberg's Jill Schneider has a preview shares of. Caterpillar have been battered by the lingering uncertainty around trade negotiations the company Is expected to top analysts estimates for the ninth street quarter today but the stock may not get a reprieve to last quarter saw good numbers failed to boost caterpillars valuation chill Snyder Bloomberg daybreak. Thank, you a Bloomberg news has learned the. Board of CBS meets today to discuss the future of, CEO les. Moonves says we get the details. From Bloomberg's Ed Baxter Moonves was accused of sexual harassment by six women in a New Yorker article published last week, giving article. Moonves acknowledged there, may, have, been times. Decades ago when he may have made, some women uncomfortable by making advances, but he says. He never used his position to harm anyone's career, sources say, this, is, a regularly, scheduled board meeting CBS, independent, directors have already said they plan to investigate. The claims and, we'll hire an outside law firm to do so in San Francisco I'm Ed Baxter. Bloomberg, daybreak all right Ed thank you straight ahead, we have the latest world and national news and this. Is.

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BP pays $10.5 billion for BHP assets to beef up U.S. business

Bloomberg Daybreak

05:53 min | 2 years ago

BP pays $10.5 billion for BHP assets to beef up U.S. business

"Six zero one on Wall Street we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg s. And p futures they're up about two points now Dow futures up thirteen NASDAQ futures up twenty five Dax in Germany's up four tenths, percent can Paris up two tenths percent Footsie-100 up six, tenths percent Nikkei two twenty five in Japan gained six tenths percent the Hang Seng in Hong Kong up about. A tenth of a percent ten year treasury up to thirty seconds yield two point nine six percent yield. On the two year two point. Six seven percent NYMEX crude oil down three tenths percent or twenty one cents to sixty. Nine forty one a barrel COMEX gold down six tenths percent or seven, dollars eighty, cents at. Twelve twenty. Seven fifty an. Ounce John we. Begin with earnings from Amazon the company shares are four percent in. Early trading after profit that more than doubled projections Emily Chang has more, from our Bloomberg nine sixty newsroom in San Francisco, Amazon, earnings NIST Alice Estimates on revenue and the revenue forecast but massively on earnings in part driven. By cloud growth and growth. The company talked up the prime program as always and said that it's whole. Foods that's really. Driving a lot of new prime memberships also talked about having the biggest prime day ever despite that big technical glitch. Bloomberg is also reporting that the Pentagon is very close to issuing this winner-take-all contract for its cloud business and that that really favors, Amazon Emily Chang Bloomberg San Francisco Emily thank you here's, of Intel plunged after its earnings report the stock sound five percent in early trading after signs at chipmakers growth. May slow that's despite second quarter results that topped estimates an entree Novon covers Intel for Bloomberg intelligence across. The board this is a good. Quarter now you have the preface that from an expectation standpoint AMD printed an MD just. Do, the cover off the ball so on a relative basis maybe expectations, that are, mismanaged, by Remember that Intel has ninety eight point. Five percent share for example in the data center, market in AMD has one point five so we named the more. Room to grow Emily Intel stock falls this morning shares of AMD are up about three percent we have a couple of energy deals. To tell you about BP has agreed to pay ten and a half billion. Dollars for most of HP Billiton's onshore US oil and natural gas assets the acquisition as VP's biggest since, one thousand nine hundred nine and includes land, and the prize, Permian, basin the. World's fastest growing major oil region at the, same time Chesapeake energy as the greatest sell its Utica shale assets in Ohio too. Closely held Encino acquisition partners Chesapeake will use. Nearly all proceeds from the two billion dollar deal to pay. Down debt that has shares. Up fourteen percent in early trading the two biggest oil, companies in the US report earnings today Bloomberg's Jeff Bellinger reports. Exxon Mobil Chevron will post, their second quarter results Bloomberg intelligence Says ExxonMobil's positive free cash flow will more than. Cover its dividends but the company will hold onto its cash. Rather than, buy back shares it may be too early for Chevron to. Restart by backs but executives may offer some guidance, on the timing. And size of the program analysts think Exxon will post. A profit of a dollar twenty seven a share on revenue topping seventy one and the third billion dollars chevrons profit is projected to come in at two dollars and eight cents a share. On revenue of nearly forty six billion dollars Jeff Bellinger Bloomberg daybreak Jeff thank you it's a big day, for USA conomic data with the first reading on second quarter, GDP due out at eight thirty Wall Street time I kinda messed forecast growth will come in above. Four percent Bloomberg's Vinny Del Jude is reports it's been almost four years since US economic growth top four percent with rapid growth be sustainable, economists had their dads about the rest of the year Bloomberg. Economics CS a variety, of special. Factors at work in the second quarter. Data additional The. Impact of White House trade policy, could derail growth in the months ahead in the, first quarter GDP slow to two percent pace one more thing that surge. Growth back in two thousand fourteen it was a five point, two percent gain any chewed ice Bloomberg daybreak thanks for let's head over to Asia. With the Bank of Japan's today offered to buy, an unlimited, amount of bonds for a, second time. This week the central Bank is looking to table rise it yields let's come amid speculation it could adjust its alter loose monetary policy move from the b. o.. J. a series, of. Stimulus steps. From China this week and earnings they were all in focus during today's trading session in Asia Bloomberg's Juliet Sally as details from our. Singapore bureau Japanese equities climbed for fourth day shrugging off a. Decline in the mirror holdings following. A prophet slide intensifying speculation about tweaks to the, Bank of Japan's stimulus program so, a ten, year yields briefly trade about point one of a percent. Against the j. target of around zero but they slipped in after noon trade is. This Central Bank unleashed another unlimited. Bond purchase offering stock index is in China and Hong Kong. Tick Loa the off show, you on bouncing off its weakest level in. More than. A year in Singapore I'm Juliet Solly Bloomberg daybreak Juliette thank you on the trade front US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer says a. Tentative NAFTA. Deal could be reached as soon as next. Month that, would be the deadline. Favored by Mexico but lighthizer, says there's still, hurdles to overcome and talks with Canada US relations with China meanwhile show no signs of improving. Lighthizer splaying down the prospect of a trade agreement with Beijing, at the, same time a top Chinese trade official. Railed against the US trade strategy calling it extortion and China is now expressing. Regret over Qualcomm, decision to scrap its takeover of semiconductors it's an apparent attempt to. Avoid blame at a Chinese regulators failed to rule on the deal more than twenty months after it was announced, s&p futures up a point basically. Is Bloomberg daybreak Six.

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White House adviser Peter Navarro: There's a "special place in hell" for leaders like Trudeau

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

02:10 min | 2 years ago

White House adviser Peter Navarro: There's a "special place in hell" for leaders like Trudeau

"The country sirius xm channel one nineteen and around the globe bloomberg business app and bloombergradio dot com this is bloomberg daybreak asia am here in singapore on juliet sally and i'm bryan curtis trading is underway throughout many of the big markets in the region here at the moment we are seeing some light gains hang seng index is just opened up a tenth of a percent and in shanghai the main index there the composite is trading a little bit lower down about four tenths of one percent but this market has felt like it wanted to trade lower this morning but then it just went higher so as a lot of a lot of volatility here at the moment will get to the details in just a moment but first the top stories of the hour well the dow stop after the g seven summit in quebec is intensifying white house trade advisor peter navarro is now accusing canada's prime minister justin trudeau of not being loyal there's a special place in hell for any foreign leader that engages in bad faith diplomacy with president donald j trump and then tries to stab him in the back on the way out the door and that's what bad faith justin trudeau did with that stunt prescott conference that's what week dishonest justin trudeau dead and that comes right from air force one and i'll tell you this to my friends in canada that was one of the worst political miscalculations of the canadian leader in modern canadian history was speaking on fox news sunday at that press conference he mentioned that trudeau threatened retaliatory tariffs against the united states reaching all the way up out of that special place in hell to stab in the back it's an interesting image that he's drawn well speaking of trade we're watching developments after china reiterated that it is willing to expand imports from the united states if the two economies meet halfway in their negotiations that says we countdown to june fifteenth when a proposed additional twenty five percent tariff on some fifty billion dollars of chinese imports to the us could go into effect well richmond based agenda at financials plans to sell itself to china oceanwide has finally received a thumbs up from a k us panel more from bloomberg's ramey innocent the.

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"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Daybreak asia it is eight thirty am here in singapore on juliet sally and i'm bryan curtis trading is underway in most of the key markets here in the asia pacific outside of the china's fear you've got an hour to go before we get the hongkong shanghai markets and we've got that trade war looming with wilbur ross in beijing so that may serve as a little governor on the engine today interesting day here to watch and we'll do so with doug krizner a moment but for now the top stories well xinhua says if the us rolls out trade measures including tariffs all the agreements reached in recent us china negotiations won't take affect the state run news agency is charging that china's team that met with us commerce secretary will baraza over the weekend meanwhile white house economic adviser larry cudlow says rising trade tension isn't president trump's volt all these negotiations take time everything's on the table during the negotiations but you can't expect a you're not going to change rome a day and i think that's a very realistic attitude by the way you can bowing to the list of companies speaking out against plans us jusin on aluminum from canada mexico and the au sales chief randy tin seth says boeing we'll continue to advocate for fair and open trade and american airline ceo says his company always gets concerned when it sees global trade tension escalates and speaking of the airline industry lookout for global airline profits to slide this year the international air transport association says net income for two thousand eighteen will likely total thirty three point eight billion dollars twelve percent lower than forecast for the year last december i outta says that inflation pressures that's both rising oil costs and also labor costs and some political uncertainty are the factors even so it says the airline industry will remain profitable everywhere except asia well the rising cost of curry is spicing up inflation in indonesia more from bloomberg's mark mills the rising cost of chili peppers shallots in beef has driven the cost of rendong curry up twenty four percent from a year ago putting it out of reach for many indonesians the spike may show up in indonesian inflation numbers coming out later today indonesia is already struggling with supply chain problems the island nation has been running low on salt and has already enlisted state run banks.

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Asia, Germany and Solly Bloomberg discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

Bloomberg Daybreak

01:23 min | 2 years ago

Asia, Germany and Solly Bloomberg discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

"Business app and john on twitter this is a bloomberg business flash and i'm karen moskow panic over political turmoil in italy appears to be easing italian bonds are rebounding along with us futures and european equities meanwhile in asia stocks fell below a key technical support level and today's session with a renewal of u s china trade tensions sapping investor sentiment bloomberg juliet sally has more from our singapore bureau karen the asia pacific index dropped below it's two hundred day moving average for the first time in almost two years financial stokes led the region lower on concerns over exposure to italian dish stokes in shanghai sit for their worst run of losses since twenty thirteen just two days before joining msci's global benchmarks stokes in malaysia had their biggest drop intraday since two thousand eight in tokyo the topic's not an eight session of losses its longest losing streak since july twenty twelve in hong kong ten cent fell below four hundred hong kong dollars a share as this tech stocks stops to lose it so lou louis to mainland buys they've dumped around eighty one million dollars worth of the stoke over the past four nash in singapore juliette solly bloomberg daybreak juliette thank you and right now i shouldn't p futures are up seven and a half points dow futures up seventy four nasdaq futures up fourteen the dax in germany is up two tenths percent ten year treasury down fourteen thirty seconds yield two point eight.

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"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Here in singapore i'm juliet sally bryan curtis trading is now underway throughout the hong kong and china markets as well as much of the region and when she's some gains here in hong kong hang seng index up about four tenths of one percent the cosby in seoul is having a good day as the summit between the united states and north korea looks like it's inching towards the possibility of of actually happening on june twelfth we'll get all the details on that with ed baxter and a few men san we'll also take a look at these markets in detail shortly but for now the top stories juliet well the fight over z t a may be moving to congress republican senator marco rubio marco rubio rather says there's enough bipartisan support on capitol hill to override president trump on the chinese telecom giant the president is offered to allows the to stay in business if it pays a one point three billion dollar fine changes management and provide security guarantees facing us sanctions after doing business with iran and north korea and rubio says and other chinese telecom companies shouldn't be allowed to do business in the us they are used for espionage they are part of the supply chain whether it's routers or anything else they embed stuff in there that could be used despite against us not just for national security they that's how they steal corporate secrets that's how they transfer technology they can't force you to do it through business the all they steal it from you and all of a sudden they can do what we can do they didn't spend any money to innovate it and then they can surpass us and we're not gonna let that happen through theft rubio was speaking on cbs face the nation which is heard here on bloomberg radio.

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Mnuchin says Trump putting trade war with China ‘on hold’

The Kris Kobach Show

02:02 min | 2 years ago

Mnuchin says Trump putting trade war with China ‘on hold’

"Daybreak asia it is eight thirty am here in singapore on juliet sally and brian kurdish training underway in tokyo sydney and seoul we've got an hour to go before hong kong and shanghai get started the asia pacific regional index showing some losses this morning but down about a quarter of one percent juliet well sucks in japan fairly flat than a catch twenty two thousand nine hundred fifty five points but us stock index futures are higher after the trump administration and china cold an economic truce bloomberg's nathan hager has more from washington treasury secretary steven mnuchin appeared on fox news sunday we have agreed to put the tariffs on hold while we try to execute the framework in which she says china will decrease tariffs and substantially increased purchases of us goods and services white house economic adviser larry cudlow tells abc's this week commerce secretary wilbur ross gone china is going to be looking into a number of areas where we're going to have greatly significant increases in washington i'm nathan hager bloomberg daybreak asia in china state media put a positive spin on the talks as well an editorial in the global times said that the united states will be able to narrow its trade deficit it also said china can ensure a steady supply of goods that it needs to develop and improve people's lives the commentary in the xinhua news agency said that the art of the deal lies in mutual understanding and compromise the peace says any onesided transaction at the cost of the other party is doomed to fail while when when that kind of cooperation brings success well it tesla ceo elon musk is revealed at the specs on two new versions of the model three there's a performance vision and less expensive joel markel rather all wheel drive option both will have a three hundred and ten mile range the model three is intended to be the company's first highvolume vehicle bash production has been hit by delays on sunday must treated that deliveries will begin in july microsoft has reportedly secured a potentially lucrative agreement with the us government.

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"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In hong kong and here in singapore i'm juliet sally can't i'm bryan curtis trading is underway now in some of the key markets we've still got an hour to go before we get to hong kong and shanghai pretty much risk on day so far today but natural markets in malaysia are closed today and tomorrow after a stunning victory by the opposition coalition there we'll get more on the surprise results coming up shortly with our mark mills for now we'll take a look at the leading stories in the market we're also monitoring the situation in indonesia the central bank governor has sent a text message saying bank indonesia is in the middle of preparing therm monetary policy measures this is speculation a rate hike is coming in today she is struggling to stabilize the currency and bond markets made capital flash china's z t e is halting major operating activities after being hit by a us trade ban us authorities have blocked the telecoms gear maker from buying components from suppliers ziti was fine for shipping gear to north korea and iran its shares have been halted in hong kong since that time z tv said in a filing today that it's capital is abundant and that it is maintaining credit lines we'll shares of twenty first century fox fell about one percent in light trading after reporting waker quarterly earnings fewer nfl games and no super bowl took a toll but the big question hanging over fox is its plan to sell about fifty two billion dollars of assets to disney and fox co chairman lachlan murdoch saying in a conference call it is full steam ahead for now finalizing cleared by the fcc we anticipate being in a position the summer repressed shareholder approval for both.

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"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Am here in singapore on juliet sally and brian kurdish trading is underway in many of the big markets around the region it's mostly positive day but a little bit of caution working its way in we've got the chinese trade data coming later also the trillion annual budget and then of course tomorrow the election in malaysia and president trump again on the iran deal so we might see these markets trade little bit sideways as the day whereas on at the moment again pretty pretty nice gains and douglas stepping in a moment we'll take a look at the top stories now juliette well qualcomm is said to be planning to give up its push to develop chips for data center service were being told qualcomm may shush its fledgling data center process a unit to cut costs the san diego based company may also look to sell the universe shares of twenty first century fox jumping more than four percent in late trading comcast according to reuters plans to make a bid for most of its assets and this would be a counterbid to the to the the deal that was previously accepted from walt disney well chinese president xi jinping top economic advisor will be heading to washington the white house's vicepremier lou her will be coming for trade talks next week highlevel talks in beijing last week seemingly went nowhere chinese tech companies e t e is asking washington to allow it to buy us technology again more from bloomberg's john metaxas z t has formally submitted a request to the commerce department for a stay of the denial order this means e t e is asking commerce to suspend a seven year ban on doing business with the us technology exporters the smartphone and telecom equipment maker was hit with the ban last month the case involved exports of telecom geared to iran and north korea john metaxas bloomberg daybreak asia and financial may be about to face major capital controls were being told chinese policymakers worried and others locke's may pose historic risk and they're drafting new regulations that would force companies that straddle at least two financial industries to obtain licenses and meet capital requirements well starbucks is coming into some serious cash ended maybe about to deploy a chunk of it in china details from bloomberg's denise pellegrini nestle has agreed to pay starbucks more than seven billion dollars for the rights to.

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"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Market and make inroads further afield comax says it already has orders hundred thirty of the planes in china global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries this is bloomberg a check on how the market civic today here's juliet sally in singapore it was ever i'm watching the financial the in both hong kong and in shanghai uh after we had that within the law i saw that china is to relax a foreign ownership you can see financials in hong kong about four tenths of one percent they had been flat on the lunch break and in shanghai financials stay out by around a 10th of 1 percent are pretty much where they were in fact said before we heard that news elsewhere you still seeing weakness coming through from the nikkei follow turnaround yesterday of one percent of wang on the overall raijinoh index you can see that pick up in large cap stocks in china australia lower by a third of one percent and south korea's cosby once again gone bust and weakness in assam's out of the about two tenths of one percent the certainly it looks like we are seeing this retreat continue across asia which started happening around this time yesterday afternoon a little bit of concerned about a potential talk for some of these markets on over in singapore looking dragged out by of one percentage is having a quick look in terms of what we are seeing in the sector movements you can see real estate stocks leading the gains but elsewhere it is pretty weak across the board including industrial players which away by about eight tenths of one percent landed at the top alpha bloomberg daybreak europe this is bloomberg but of nate nate territory we are watching the conflicting reports about the state of eighteen he's been to kgb today at t ceo randall stevenson tried to clear up some of that saying the company has not received any pressure from the doj to sell cnn something he's not willing to do to make the deal go take a listen distribution four hundred fifty million mobile subscribers largest in the united states but a huge broadbandbased there's a lot of information we think could be used to stand up a new advertising business parrying that with the turn tising inventory is a really powerful thing we believe that.

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"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"juliet sally" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The latest from the markets are right now for that we go to juliet sally julia of course we have that record high lady and it from wall street overnight so we all say markets that i've been here in the asiapacific region doing pretty well led by hong kong's hang seng index up by one point six percent as it resumes trade of course following the public holiday yesterday and ahead of yet another holiday on thursday we still have the markets in china seoul closed for the remainder of the week india also coming back on lot also looking pretty good up by seven tenths of one percent you taj measures rise there on an eva joint venture and japan's nikkei index of course getting a boost by that wake again by nine tenths of one percent it is tracking towards a two year high so most markets looking pretty good you have status which out the of the sx 200 down by half of one percent but remember it had that very strong rally during yesterday's session speaking of australia of course as we know the obvious leaving the official cash rate on hold at one and a half percent but this chachi has checked paytv space nine four seven one really shows you one of the worries that the fbi is tracking that is this record household debt household debt to gdp paid currently tracking around two hundred ninety percent in australia one of the reasons why governor low color decided to keep rates on hold today they said that rates will remain low for some time yet and that growth and inflation quitting fact they more subdued if we can can you just say these strikes coming through in the osce toll of the osce delegate a deep deep today following the decision having a look at some of the stocks we are watching geally leading gains in hong kong any data around the region this is after morgan stanley upgraded the stock and sales outlook was seeing a rebound in these chinese develop a stocks as well and they the impact of the hurricanes going to cuba in australia it has raised its catch catastrophe claims i should say following all those hurricanes in the us tracy thanks so much juliette well oils bull market has stumbled into new month as some opec members are pumping more crude prices were also hit by news that us explorers are back in the game however.

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