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02:08 min | 6 months ago

"kansai international airport" Discussed on KPCC

"Visual storytelling it should be a struggle in the process of think about how we are impacting the world can I be an educator about this I'm not sure because I know come with like a background in you know climate change science but I think there's something to be said about the process and struggle as each person I think it is important to struggle with their choices and not have those things become invisible for the frame I'm not going to have meanwhile Maitreya performs infinitely yours Thursday through Saturday at red cat inside Disney hall and that'll do it for today I'm John horn thanks for listening we're back here tomorrow at the mon broadcast center the two men walk out without the what they have is these two boxes and these two men take these boxes to the Kansai International Airport and these men just released boxes right under the plane and the plane takes off and in one of those boxes we believe this Carlos Ghosn I'm Michael Moore that's coming up on the deal from the New York times the daily from The New York Times has that story in five minutes right after a look at the stories we're covering in the KPCC newsroom at seven thirty more than sixty children and adults at half a dozen schools across southern LA county and the city of Downey were treated for skin irritation today when they were doused with jet fuel dump from a delta airlines jetliner before an emergency landing thank miss not drenching about seventy firefighters and paramedics were sent to Park Avenue elementary school in kind of Hey we received a phone call describing what appeared to be a low flying aircraft dumping fuel that's LA county fire sky core now he says kids and some schools staffers at park elementary were outside when the fuel dump happened we don't have an exact.

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KCRW

04:04 min | 6 months ago

"kansai international airport" Discussed on KCRW

"News weather and traffic it's All Things Considered from NPR and Casey are W. a Tuesday edition starts at three the two men walk out without Carlos Ghosn but what they have is these two boxes and these two men take these boxes to the Kansai International Airport and this man is will these boxes right under the plane and the plane takes off and in one of those boxes we believe this Carlos Ghosn I'm Michael that's coming up on the deal from the New York times live from NPR news in Washington I'm Windsor Johnston house speaker Nancy Pelosi says lawmakers will vote tomorrow on a resolution to send the two articles of impeachment against president trump to the Senate the move comes nearly a month after the house in peach trump on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress over his dealings with Ukraine Britain France and Germany have triggered a dispute resolution mechanism and the two thousand fifteen Iran nuclear deal and P. R.'s rob Schmitz reports it's the first step toward imposing further you when sanctions on Iran triggering the dispute resolution mechanism will start the clock running on what could be up to sixty days of negotiations with Iran about coming back into full compliance with the terms of the joint comprehensive plan of action otherwise known as the G. C. P. away should Iran continue to fall short of compliance with the G. C. P. away there would be a return to you and sanctions on Iran including an arms embargo NPR's Robson its reporting the National Security Agency has flagged a serious flaw with Microsoft Windows ten software and PR is great my re reports the company is scrambling to find a fix the NSA says in a statement that it found a serious vulnerability in windows ten and shared it with Microsoft quickly and responsibly the spy agency is also urging windows users to immediately apply the patch that Microsoft is offering cyber experts say that when the NSA has detected software flaws in the past it is sometimes opted not to tell the company and exploited the vulnerabilities to hack foreign adversaries who use that software but that approach has a downside in some cases malicious hackers have reportedly obtained the NSA's tools and then use them to make ransomware demands on US targets Greg my re NPR news Washington on Wall Street the Dow was up thirty two points this is NPR news free tire pope Benedict the sixteenth has may known he wants his name removed as the co author of a controversial new book and we are still the oppo Julie reports it could undermine it current pope Francis archbishop George guns fine personal secretary of the former pope says that at Benedict's request he has asked cardinal Roberts Sarah the principal author of a book on priestly celibacy to make the necessary changes he said Benedict had not authorized the book that contains the retired pope's appeal to his successor to maintain the celibacy requirement for priest that's despite a recent proposal made by a majority of bishops for the ordination of married men in the Amazon region where the faithful can go months without having mass pope Francis is expected to issue his decision before March many Catholic scholars see the book is an unprecedented attempt by the former pope to sway the thinking of the current one so people Jolie Andy our news Rome the US is expected to sign phase one of the trade deal with China at the White House tomorrow the agreement is the first step in ending the year and a half trade dispute between the two countries the trump administration says the deal includes pledges by China to by over two hundred billion dollars worth of US goods and services over two years the agreement is also expected to increase intellectual property protection you're listening to NPR news from Washington.

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"kansai international airport" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:04 min | 6 months ago

"kansai international airport" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In most instances were off the strongest loves the David still fairly strong how most of the equity markets are down and if you're trying to find some stocks that are trading down today well it's basically only only the oil stocks in the market for instance acting index fifty socks in that index only for five or trading higher including scenic which is up three point two percent an oil company Petro China up one point seven percent just about everything else in the red the offer Chinese currency six point nine six nine eight against the US dollar all right forty eight minutes past the hour that's a quick check of the markets twelve minutes before the top of the hour and let's get to the New York issues in the news from their Doug Hey Brian president trump has threatened Iran with more retaliation the if in the president's words Iran were to do anything earlier a Lebanese proxy nurtured by that slowing general Qasim Toumani vowed to attack U. S. show soldiers and bases now the same time on Sunday Iran and its commitment to limit its nuclear program and the president also threatened Iraq with sanctions if the U. S. were to be kicked out of the company our country rather and not reimbursed incidentally tomorrow NATO will be holding an emergency meeting on this crisis a short while ago on airforce one president trump said he did not expect north Korean leader Kim Jong un to break his promise about denuclearization although the president did concede that Kim might and an interesting piece in the Wall Street journal today about three months before former auto tighten Carlos Ghosn escaped last week from Japan to Lebanon an operative helping to have a plan his extraction visited the the Kansai International Airport in Osaka and realize there was a huge security hole the terminal for private jets was essentially empty unless there was a flight coming in that's a quick look at the headlines this is Bloomberg informed.

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"kansai international airport" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"kansai international airport" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"The central Sulawesi government has declared a state of emergency for fourteen days. But many of the victims found on the beach up hollow where festival was being held the quake triggered a su- NAMI three meters, high and survivors say there was no warning siren. Much of southern and western Japan is that a standstill ahead of title in trauma is Japan rail suspended all train services in Tokyo for the first time, although they are expected to resume Monday morning parts of the toes. I metro line. We're also shutdown and Kansai international airport close to runways airport only recently reopened after being damaged by typhoon, Jeb. UK Prime Minister Theresa may is facing the battle of her political life at the governing conservative party annual conference. That's as top Tory politicians try to undermine her leadership, including former foreign secretary Boris Johnson who has described for breakfast Brexit strategy as deranged, but she has defended the so-called checkers plan. At the hall took the his plan is a free trade deal a free trade area on friction trade friction tray that ensures we contain all guaranteed to the people of Northern Ireland of no. John and checkers. At the moment is the only plan on the table. The delivers on the Brexit vote in the way, I've set. News twenty four hours a day on air and add takes out on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Deborah mouth. This is. Take a look at the.

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"kansai international airport" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"kansai international airport" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Central Sulawesi government has declared a state of emergency for fourteen days. But many of the victims found on the beach Apollo where festival was being held the quake triggered a soon. Nami three meters, high and survivors say there was no warning siren. Bless of southern and western Japan is that a standstill had title and Trump is Japan rail suspended all train services in Tokyo for the first time, although they are expected to resume Monday morning parts of the toes. I metro line. We're also sat down and Kansai international airport close to runways airport only recently reopened after being damaged by typhoon Jebby. UK Prime Minister Theresa may is fighting the battle of her political life at the governing conservative party annual conference. That's as top Tory politicians try to undermine her leadership, including former foreign secretary Boris Johnson who has described for breakfast Brexit strategy as deranged, but she has defended the so-called checkers plan. The halted the checkers plan is a free trade deal a free trade area on friction this trade. I think it is fiction is trade shows. We contain are guaranteed to the people of northern border between north. So check his, but the moment is the only plan on the table. The delivers on the Brexit vote in the way, I've set. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Deborah mouth. This is Bloomberg. Take a look at the markets now Juliette saly in Singapore. Gills? Debra eight. Of course is all about what's happening with the Canadian dollar and the Mexican peso. You can save both of those rising there the Canadian dollar up by half of one percent against the dollar to a four month. High on these new trade deal with the US in Mexico, and you can see the Mexican peso also rallying them when you look at Asian markets volumes fairly low because we do have Hong Kong and China out of action today. China will be closed all week. You've got this very strongly coming through from the Nikkei getting back towards as twenty-seven year highs which were reached on Friday, but we closed off that level. So we'll see what happens in the afternoon sufficient. But then this weakness in astray Leah really offsetting those gains in Japan, the ASX two hundred down eight tenths of one percent. It is a public holiday, but trading still open. And of course, the banks getting slammed on the back of the financial standards inquiry. Let's just quickly switch that often. Have a look at US futures. Which of course, are moving higher following that new deal created between the US, Mexico and. Canada. And we're also watching what's happening in the oil market. Brent they're up by six tenths of one percent. After rising by more than four percent over the course of last quarter menace. Yousef? Did look there's been a fair bit of economic data out of a Asia little bit concern in China yesterday. Is this manifestation of trade tensions or is this deliberate policy? Slow dine by the Chinese. Well, I guess unless a mixed on that, but we had some weight dot coming through out of Japan as well. If you look at the Tom com survey it actually showed the sentiment amongst the lodge manufacturers worse and for a third consecutive quarter. That's the first time that that's happened in nearly a decade. So a lot of analysts. We've been speaking to saying that yes, this is a little bit to do with that what you're saying in terms of trade tensions when it comes to China. We had to gauge is coming through over the weekend, but the official manufacturing gauge and the tie survey coming through for the month of September showing that manufacturing worsened in September. And you've now got JP Morgan saying that the worst case or the base case scenario is that you will say twenty five percent tariffs on all US goods in China from US tariffs on Chinese goods in two thousand nine hundred and they have also lowered their outlook for the wanted air expecting it to hear seven point zero one per dollar by the end of December Yousef, of course, no trading today, or in fact, all week. As we say China out of action USA. Yeah. It's a very powerful absence for sure thanks for that overview. Let's get more on the Saudi Arabia story. Kingdom is increasing government spending more than previously forecast us for more on all these Saudi elements. Zena risk is she's a director of fixed income capital back to the show. These are interesting times, and I want to start off with the charges sort of set the scene in terms of what's been happening with some of those deals in the Gulf put as well the price of oil and with the higher crude prices. It's pushed the J P Morgan GCC current yield lower to four point three nine two percent. As of the last close, your reaction to this latest move by the Saudi government, what that means for what you're telling clients in terms of position. So it has been in a significant better position compared to earlier this year. I mean, if you look at the recent numbers the external position despite slight weakness and retail sales and a slight slowdown in in Bank, earnings growth. The absolute earnings are still good. So this being. Said looking at the external position current account surplus hit ten percent of GDP, the X reserves are positive capital outflow, reverse this being said they will be funding. Probably the addition in need through that capital markets, but the fundamentals and the technicals both support is the market. Underestimating do you think the study said deliberately underestimating the potential income because this is a heck of a recovery in terms of the price of oil. Whether we make it to one hundred dollars or not is a whole other discussion does the FX reserves. They're on the up are we underestimating the income side of the equation. I don't think we really underestimating the income side from a perspective of we we've got to see why is higher is higher because of sanctions which in turn can to some extent to mitigate the increase in prices due to hide geopolitical risk from a fundamental perspective. Yes. Of course, because especially that most of the budget or done fifty dollars or so yes, we do have a fundamental support. What about your forecast for have? You changed your position. Would you think it's going to go? What are you basing your research? I mean, we don't ever forecast old per se since you're not commodity traders. But from a fixed income perspective, we don't see going back down to fifty due to the higher geopolitical risk and the Iran sanctions. So we do we are positive on the region overalled kiosk you abide Egypt. We have this story yesterday, which is at Egypt's planning to approach JP Morgan to join the EM bond index is everything align align for that to happen. There goes the pan trying to TVs. Show with a pen in your hand is everything in line for that to happen. Do you think that there's a good warranty Bill case for Egypt to make? I don't think why it would not happen. But I think if it happens, it's definitely extremely positive for Egypt. The reserves the trade that has been going on and most of emerging market portfolios. Which is the current citrate is starting slowly to unwind the unwind still limited to the Bank at this point. But if this unwind continues to the central Bank reserves, it will head the currency sending it to another leg down. So if we had not we don't have any visibility of actually this is happening. Approach or J P Morgan is gonna accept, but if it happens it's going to cost influence and should definitely be positive for Egypt this absorption into the J P Morgan emerging market bond index they'll just for Egypt, but for the rest of the Gulf, which was the other big story in the last two weeks to what extent is that going to change the landscape of spreads in terms of discrepancies between individual sovereigns that you trade. Despite the fact that it has been largely anticipated. We still think there will be an upside. So the discrepancy previously mentioned which is KFC twenty six versus Malaysia twenty six two notches higher and trades wider than Malaysia. So we think this is going to correct under high yield front behind versus Egypt and Nigeria. This is also gonna correct. So we think that there's there will be a significant influence circle back to Egypt more, particularly they've canceled for bond auctions. This was the carriage item. You talked about it several times. This was the big bond carry trait in terms of flow in the market. Are you seeing an acceleration of liquidation or had the liquidators Donald on that carry trade? The haven't been done on the carry trade, but that's the trend going forward. So the carry trade has been their trade to hold for the past two years. And now this is coming to an end is that a red light the constellation of four bond auctions? There's a first. Preliminary signal. Yes, my opinion. Thank you very much for being with us this morning sharing. Your thoughts on all things. GCC's risk director fixed income at our com. Coppell up next we.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"kansai international airport" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A state of emergency for fourteen days. But many of the victims found on the beach at hollow where festival was being held the quake triggered a soon. Nami three meters, high and survivors say there was no warning siren. Much of southern and western Japan is that a standstill had a title and Trump is Japan rail suspended all train services in Tokyo for the first time, although they are expected to resume Monday morning parts of the metro line. We're also shutdown and Kansai international airport close to runways airport only recently reopened after being damaged by typhoon Jebby. UK Prime Minister Theresa may is facing the battle of her political life at the governing conservative party annual conference. That's as top Tory politicians try to undermine her leadership, including former foreign secretary Boris Johnson who has described her Brett Brexit strategy as deranged, but she has defended the so-called checkers plan. At the hall to the check his plan is a free trade deal. The free trade area on friction is trained. I think is fiction is trade shows we can maintain our guaranteed to the people of Northern Ireland. So check his at the moment is the only plan on the table delivers on the Brexit vote. In the way, I've set. News twenty four hours a day on air and add takes out on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and Allison more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Deborah mouth. This is Bloomberg markets now. Juliette.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"kansai international airport" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"President Trump has denied micromanaging a new FBI investigation into supreme court nominee, Brad Kavanagh. The White House says a third woman who accuses him of sexual misconduct won't be included in the inquiry. However, the president tweeted that he wants to talk to anyone. Meanwhile, the Wall Street Journal is reporting the FBI is unlikely to interview Cavanagh and Ford Democrats are calling on the White House and FBI to publicly release the scope of the investigation. The White House is not getting involved in the FBI investigation in that way. The president very much respect the independence at the FBI and feels as he said last night that they should be looking at anything that they think is credible within this limited scope. The number of people killed in the seven point five magnitude earthquake in visa has risen to more than eight hundred with casualties expected to reach into the thousands of central Sulawesi government has declared a state of emergency for fourteen days with many of the victims found on the beach at hollow where festival is being held triggered a Sonam three meters. High an survivors say there was no warning siren. Much of southern and western Japan is cleaning up from typhoon trauma eastern Japan rail suspended all train services in Tokyo for the first time, although they were expected to resume Monday morning parts of the metro line. We're also shut down and Kansai international airport close to runways the airport only recently reopened after being damaged by typhoon Jebby. UK Prime Minister Theresa may is facing the battle of her political life at the governing conservative party annual conference. That's a top Tory. Politicians try to undermine her leadership, including former foreign secretary Boris Johnson. Who has described her Brexit strategy as deranged, but she has defended the so-called checkers plan. The whole check is bad is a free trade free trade. Area on friction this trade. Trade shows we can maintain our guaranteed to the people of Northern Ireland. Gene, north John. And so chickens. At the moment is the only plan on the table delivers on the Brexit in the way, I've set. Saudi Arabia will raise spending next year more than forecast using higher oil prices to spur growth and reduce unemployment public spending will reach almost three hundred billion dollars in two thousand nineteen about twenty six billion more than the government had projected measures to reduce the budget deficit have hit business sentiment pushing the employment rate among the Saudi Arabia Saudi nationals to us highest in more than a decade. Global news twenty four hours a day on air attack on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Deborah mouth. This is Bloomberg. Thanks, deborah. Let's get.

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WAFS Biz 1190

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"kansai international airport" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Online, huge savings on the things you needed one. It's the pace. As you can avian looney has more little bit more in the short term to go because there was more negatively there last week in contrast the Mexican peso most of the goodwill from this deal has already been priced in. It was expected that Mexico would sign some sort of deal with the US either a bilateral deal or the trilateral deal that has been signed. So I think Mexican pesos gain more in the short term just because it's less liquid at this hour, there are less market makers. But that's probably where there's follow through. But overall this changes the whole Narda for risk assets for EM acids for equities. It's saying that you know, what all these trade tensions. There can be a resolution. It's reached this follows in the back of US, South Korea agreeing a deal and suddenly people are going to realize that guests these trade they're not over. They're not going to disappear overnight. They are going to stay with us for a bit longer. But ultimately positive deals can be reached. And that means that one of the major terrorists for risk assets is suddenly being downgraded significantly. So that will help provide us a tailwind for the next couple of months. And of course, Marc at let's see how these markets carried through China is on a vacation today. There's light trading in one or two of the currencies. Let's see what the reaction is as a back lane. Really from this new NAFTA. It's called the U S and see a gentlemen. Thank you very much for being with us Remmy incensio staying late and live in America. Mark always on the markets for in Singapore. Let's get your first word headlines. Debra Ma is standing by Deborah. President Trump has denied micromanaging a new FBI investigation into supreme court nominee, Brad Kavanagh. The White House says a third woman who accuses him of sexual misconduct won't be included in the inquiry. However, the president tweeted that he wants investigators to talk to anyone meanwhile, the Wall Street Journal is reporting the FBI is unlikely to interview Cavanagh and Ford Democrats are calling on the White House and FBI to publicly release the scope of the investigation. The White House is not getting involved in the FBI investigation in that way. The president very much respect for independence at the FBI. And feels he said last night that they should be looking at anything that they think is credible within this limited scope. The number of people killed in the seven point five magnitude earthquake in ended visa has risen to more than eight hundred but casualties expected to reach into the thousands, a central government has declared a state of emergency for fourteen days with many of the victims found on the beach at hollow where festival was being held the play triggered us to nominate three meters high and in survivors say there was no warning siren. Much of southern and western Japan is cleaning up from typhoon trauma eastern Japan rail suspended all train services in Tokyo for the first time, although they were expected to resume Monday morning parts of the metro line. We're also shut down and Kansai international airport close to runways the airport only recently reopened after being damaged by typhoon. Jabbie UK Prime Minister Theresa may is facing the battle of her political life at the governing conservative party annual conference. That's us top Tory. Politicians try to undermine her leadership, including former foreign secretary Boris Johnson. Who has described her Brexit strategy as deranged, but has defended the so called checkers plan. At the hall to the is pan is a free trade deal. The free trade area on friction is trade trade shows we can maintain our guaranteed to the people of Northern Ireland. So check is at the moment is the only plan on the table delivers on the Brexit vote. In the way, I've said. Saudi Arabia will raise spending next year more than forecast using higher oil prices to spur growth and reduce unemployment public spending will reach almost three hundred billion dollars in two thousand nineteen about twenty six billion more than the government had projected measures to reduce the budget deficit have hit business sentiment. Pushing the unemployment rate among the Saudi Arabia Saudi nationals to us highest in more than a decade news twenty four hours a day on air and take talk on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Deborah mouth. This is Bloomberg. Thanks, deborah. Let's get more on.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"kansai international airport" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Toll continues to increase in the wake up. There was an earthquake and soon nominee, Indonesia and Baxter has details. From that story from San Francisco. Ed, the getting hammered David at least eight hundred thirty two confirmed deaths after the seven point five magnitude quake and the Sonam way of eighteen feet on Paulo island in Asia. So topa new girl who is an Indonesian disaster agency spokesman says the death toll is expected to go up. Local we're expecting a rise in the number of dead victims that we hope the data remains as it is how ever looking at the conditions there. There are still bodies unidentified, Indonesia, asking me for international rescue efforts to help in Japan. Typhoon trauma battering the west and into Tokyo meteorological agency warning, a very strong winds record velocity is already been recorded on the main island. It says there may be storm surges is urging people to stay indoors at H K says at least one hundred people have been injured Kansai international airport of Sokha, close two of its runways and preparation. There are flight delays US, President Trump has just started tweeting about the FBI probe and the assault this week this weekend of the background. Check of judge Brad Kavanagh with regard to sexual assault allegations. He says while just starting to hear Democrats who are thinking only obstruct delay. Meanwhile, Senator Lindsey Graham Republican says he can understand. Why judge Brad Kavanagh responded so angrily during the hearing the temple by Nassau was a man who was innocent who was rightly offended by being destroyed for a political purpose grandma on ABC, but democratic Senator Amy club HR says the FBI cannot limit the FBI investing. Gatien? I never heard that the White House either under this president or other presidents as saying, well, you can't interview this person. You can't look at this time period. You can only look at these people from one side of the street from when they were growing up. I mean, come on. They can't do this. Meanwhile, White House is saying that the meeting between the president deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein may again be postponed this week and British Prime Minister Theresa may says Brenton's need to be prepared for Brexit. Even if a deal is not reached with the EU, it's entirely, right? That we should be able to say to the Bush people whatever the outcome of these negotiations. We are putting into place what is needed to ensure we make a success of Brexit in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. All right. We're at thirty nine past the hour, Bloomberg daybreak Asia and an update on global sports Donna pages here, you're leading with the Ryder Cup. Not a good day for the American Americans. No, not at all. Dial in golf team Europe won the Ryder Cup by defeating team USA seventeen and a half to ten and a half. Half the Europeans clinched the Cup by winning Sunday, singles matches seven and a half to four and a half. Tiger wood lost Jon Rahm two and one on Sunday to go oh and four over the four day by any tournament in the National Football League. The Jaguars jolted the jets thirty one twelve rookie quarterback. Sam darnold through from one hundred sixty seven yards and one touchdown as props to one three the patriots. Demolished the dolphins. Thirty eight to seven the Packers lasted the bills twenty to nothing. The saints beat the New York Giants thirty three to eighteen charges beat the forty Niners twenty nine twenty seven in the Browns raiders are tied at forty two. So that game's going into overtime in major league baseball, the Rockies rip the nationals twelve nothing and the dodgers demolished the giants. Fifteen nothing so LA hosts Colorado on Monday in the NFL west high Baker, the losers still earn a wildcard brew birth blasted. The Tigers eleven nothing the cubs defeated the cardinals ten five six Chicago host Milwaukee in the central division playoff tomorrow. I'm Donna page. That's your Bloomberg NBC world sports up. Date. Doug. All right, Donna, thanks so much. We're going to get the cash market in Tokyo up and running at the top of the hour. Now, the typhoon obviously battering the city so we could see reduced trading activity, but the futures in Chicago.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"kansai international airport" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That's going to be the most challenging time because it's pretty easy to to keep getting us up towards around two and three quarters three percent, which is roughly where the feds sees its policy not being accommodative, not being stimulative just being kind of kind of balanced, and that's going to be the question. Are they going to go beyond that or not little in the way of earnings reports this week, but we will be hearing from PepsiCo and Costco in New York. Charlie pellett. Bloomberg daybreak Asia. And for a close up look at what's happening in financial markets in our Asian trading day. Now that was getting things underway now is gonna update with Doug Christner, Doug. Well, we're looking ahead to the open Tokyo right now, I'm looking at the Nikkei futures trading at Chicago twenty four thousand two fifty that has us up about one hundred and twenty five points above where we were in the cash market Friday in Japan, largely because of this continued weakness in the Japanese currency one thirteen seventy five right now in dollar yen. And later in the Tokyo session, we're going to get the Thanh conservation from the B O J and looking ahead in terms of eco data. We've got PM is on tap for India Korea, Malaysia, Japan and Thailand along with Thailand, CPI and trade data will get trade data for Korea and CPI for Indonesia right now in the oil space WTI in the electronic session Seventy-three forty nine over the weekend. President Trump was speaking with Saudi King Salman is only days after the president again criticised OPEC. For higher prices. Now in the week ahead, the Saudi energy Minhaj administer will be speaking at events in Morocco that will happen on Monday. And then he'll be speaking in Russia on Thursday of this week US ten year treasury last quoted at a yield of three point zero six percent, Yvonne overdue. All right. We'll continue to watch them. These global news headlines I've been going through here as well. The death toll continues to increase in the wake of the earthquake and soon NAMI in Indonesia, we got Ed Baxter in our global news. And with our blues, the Bloomberg San Francisco nine sixty newsroom, Ed, I'll take it. And the global news to a welcome on at least eight hundred thirty two people now, unfortunately confirmed dead after the seven point five magnitude quake in the Sonoma. Wave of eighteen feet Paulo island suppo nico- Indonesian disaster agency spokesman says the death toll is definitely expected to go up as well. We're expecting a rise in the number of dead victims that we hope the data remains as it is. However, looking at the conditions there, there are still bodies unidentified. Indonesia, asking for international rescue efforts to help in Japan. Typhoon traumatic battering the west. And in the Tokyo all train service halted NHK says they hope to have it back from the commute Kansai international airport. Osaka's closed two of its runways in preparation US. President Donald Trump has just started tweeting about the FBI probe, and that's this week further into the background of judge Brad Kavanagh with regard to sexual assault allegations. He tweets while just starting to hear Democrats who are only thinking obstruction and delay starting to put the word time and scope of FBI looking to the judge Cavanaugh and witnesses is not enough. So Senator Lindsey Graham Republican saying he can understand. Why judge Brad Kavanagh responded? So angrily during that hearing the temple Manasseh was a man who was innocent who was rightly offended by being destroyed for a political purpose, grandma ABC, but democratic Senator EMMY Machar says the FBI cannot limit the FBI investigation. I've never heard that the White House either under this president or other. Residents is saying well, you can't interview this person. You can't look at this time period. You can only look at these people from one side of the street from when they were growing up. I mean, come on. They can't do this. Meanwhile, the White House is saying that the meeting between the president deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein may again, be postponed this week this, according to the are this is this is regarding the Muller investigation. Iran's foreign ministers of odd salaries says Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's claims that Iran is building a nuclear weapons again is absurd in one thousand nine hundred two according to him. Supposed to have finished making a bomb in five years in nineteen ninety six to five years. So he's been on the record even testifying before congress. That Iran is just about to making a nuclear weapon. Zarif on CBS says there is no secret warehouse as Netanyahu claims and British Prime Minister, Theresa may says Britain's need to be prepared for Brexit. Even if a deal is not reached with the EU government. It's entirely right. That we should be able to say to the British people whatever the outcome of these negotiations. We are putting into place what is needed to ensure we make a success of Brexit. Global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron talk 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. Bryan, sir. All right. Thanks very much. The time twenty two minutes here before the top of the hour. Let's get to global sporting news. Donna pages with us and looking first at the Ryder Cup Dona. Thanks, brian. In golf Europe won the Ryder Cup by blasting the American seventeen and a half to ten and ten and a half Europeans clinched the Cup by winning Sunday's singles matches seven and a half to four and a half. Tiger Woods lost Jon Rahm two and one on Sunday to go winless over.

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"kansai international airport" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"kansai international airport" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A powerful typhoon traumas better the west near the Tokyo where East Japan Railway has suspended all train services in the Tokyo area did last night and educa- says it hopes to have them back up this morning, Kansai international airport. Meanwhile, which services greater Asaka closed operations on two of its runways preparation. Meanwhile, frantic efforts to find survivors in the wake of the seven point five magnitude quake and soon NAMI that unleashed an eighteen foot wave on Paulo and surrounding strip of coastline at least eight hundred thirty two people have been confirmed killed one girl who is an Indonesian disaster agency spokesman says they expect it to go out as well as victims buried under ruins. There are also remote areas yet to be reached by joint essay RT, and there are questions about the early warning systems. Yes, President Donald Trump has just started tweeting about the FBI prob-. That's on this week further in the background of judge Brad Kavanagh with regard to sexual assault allegations. He tweets. Wow. Just starting to hear the Democrats who are thinking only obstruct and delay or starting to put out the word. In time and scope of FBI and the partisan feelings continue Republican Senator Lindsey Graham on NBC defending Kavanagh's reaction in front of the Senate Judiciary committee. I'm offended by the fact that anybody would hold it against Brett cavenaugh to be upset by the way, he was treated, but democratic Senator Amy klobuchar says if the scope of the investigation is limited it would be a I the White House should not be allowed to like ground manage an FBI investigation club HR on CNN. Meanwhile, the White House is saying the meeting between the president and deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein may again be postponed this week and at a Trump rally over the weekend. The president says things regarding him and Kim Jong UN are much better. He says they were tough back and.

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"kansai international airport" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"kansai international airport" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"These are the daily tech headlines for Friday, September twenty. Eighth twenty eighteen. I'm Tom Merritt the US securities and Exchange Commission filed a lawsuit, Thursday against Tesla's CEO Elon Musk alleging securities fraud due to Musk's tweets about taking the company private and saying funding for such a move was secured CNBC reports the SEC and musk had agreed to a settlement where musk and tesla would pay fines. Musk would step down as chairman of tesla for two years and to new independent directors would be appointed to Tesla's board in exchange musk would not have had to admit guilt. However, musk refuse to sign the deal because supposedly he didn't feel it would be truthful to himself. He has called the allegations unjustified. And the tesla board issued a statement expressing full confidence in musk. Facebook says it discovered an attack earlier this week that affected up to fifty million users attackers were able to explode the view as featured to copy access tokens. Facebook says it has pets. The vulnerability and logged out more than ninety million accounts to prevent any tokens from being used. Because only the tokens were accessed. Facebook says, users do not need to change passwords. Law enforcement is investigating until announced Friday. It will prioritize production of Zeon and core processors and says, it has enough supplies to meet its full year revenue targets until has been catering more to data centers, but expects growth in the PC market this year for the first time since twenty eleven until also said yields are improving for ten nanometer chips. And it still expects volume production of those chips. In two thousand nineteen. Google began rolling out where OS two point one to watch his Friday to the new interface focuses on fitness and notifications. Also improves responsiveness and battery life. The reprieve for classic Skype is about to end Microsoft says it will stop supporting Skype, seven point zero on the desktop, November first, and on mobile November fifteenth. It will still be usable quote for a little while after that. According to an Editor's Note on the blog. DV shoe Shing has launched its ride hailing service in Osaka Japan, including the Kansai international airport. It lets users call rides from ten local taxi companies. DD fusing in partnership with SoftBank will launch the service in Kyoto Fukuoka, Tokyo and other cities in the near future..

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Russia's Eastern Economic Forum begins Tuesday

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00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Russia's Eastern Economic Forum begins Tuesday

"Listening to radio Japan of the NHK role, Japan network, an international economic forum has begun in the Russian far east city of lead Vostok on Tuesday. The annual Eastern Economic forum is aimed at attracting investment for the region's development which President Vladimir Putin's government views as a top priority about five thousand people from some sixty countries and territories are scheduled to attend this year's three day gathering. Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Ave and Chinese president Xi Jinping will be among the attendees. The event will likely give Russia

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"kansai international airport" Discussed on English News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN

English News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"kansai international airport" Discussed on English News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN

"To the US. After a carrying seven people crashed in new poll on Saturday, six people, including Japanese man were dead. One person was injured over shows from countries aviation authority and the Japanese embassy say, the copter went down and forested area near the capital cut. Mom do. The head of copter operator says, air traffic control, lost contact with the ectra- at about eight AM local time. It was on its way from the Goldco district in central new poll to cut Moundou. Helicopters are from the used for sightseeing and transporting goods in new poll, but the country has had a number of crashes as currency, whether are unpredictable. A few international flights resumed at Kansai international airport in western Japan on Saturday, one day after some domestic flights, restarted flooding triggered by a powerful typhoon forced the airport in all circa to shut down on Tuesday. Some domestic place resumed Friday after the airport, operator confirm that a runway and terminal building where safe to use a total of forty, seven international and domestic place for offered to and from the airport on Saturday far fewer than usual recovery efforts and continuing at the won't. But the other terminal building which suffered bigger damage remains without power because electric power facilities have been submerged. The operator of airport Kansai airport is discussing allocating seventy flights to also airport and Kobe airport daily as a temporary. Measure. His a recap Japanese seismological authorities, say the northern prefect. Jeff or Kaido has been jolted. By more quake says a major quake struck three days ago. And that was the news from radio. Japan of the NHK won't Japan network. I'm Keiko Kitagawa. Roku sakamaki.

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"kansai international airport" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"kansai international airport" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good morning. I'm Deb Lawler. Top stories now primary day votes are in. But they're still being counted. In the third congressional district where the race to replace Nikki Saugus is neck and neck, Dan, and Laurie Trahan still waiting to see who came out on top. I on Presley almost a short of becoming the state's first black congresswoman after defeating congressman Mike Capela wanna last night. It's a political win making national headlines. Cap lose a seat. He's held for twenty years. Senator Elizabeth Warren says she's agreed to three debates during the general election campaign as she will now officially face off against Republican state rep, Geoff Diehl, governor Charlie Baker knocks off conservative Springfield. Pastor Scott lively and his primary victory speech Baker touted the economy in Massachusetts and success in education. Schools have a lowest dropout rate and the highest graduation rate our kids, right? First in math and English nationally for the sixth year in a row. We meantime, Republican j McMahon. An attorney from Cape Cod has won his party's nomination to challenge. Democratic attorney general Maura Healey in November Cape right here all day as we wrap up the busy primary day, WBZ NewsRadio. And of course, the iheartradio app. In other news now at least eleven people are dead a day after the strongest typhoon to hit your pan in at least a quarter century flooded runways toppled, huge cranes uprooted trees and damaged historic shrines CBS Lucy craft in Tokyo says typhoon is also paralyzed a major airport Kansai international airport in Osaka. Day is the world's first to be built on its own artificial island, but the airport suffered severe flooding and damage to its sole access bridge during the typhoon. It's unclear when flights will resume some three thousand passengers left stranded overnight or now returning to the mainland by boat ambassador over a partially damaged bridge. Another four people in Massachusetts test positive for West Nile, bringing the number of human cases to nine so far this year. The new cases include a man in his forties from Middlesex County and a man in his sixties from Bristol County. Both are hospitalized. No West Nile deaths have been reported so far this year Massachusetts highest court rules against the electricity sector as WBZ's Carl. Stevens reports the S J C is not giving the sector and exemption from emission limits. Set up by the state state lawmakers passed the global warming solutions act to address climate change by setting limits on utilities for greenhouse gas emissions. The New England power generators association argued that electric utilities should be exempt from that law. But the state supreme court has said, no, you're not. Dan Dolan is disappointed by the ruling he is president of the association. Our concern is these regulations will cause Massachusetts power plants to run less force less efficient plants from out of state to meet deal Tricia demand in the Commonwealth resulting. He argues and more greenhouse gas emissions in the region. Not less Carl Stevens WBZ News Radio. Ten thirty a Florida man jumps into a canal while running away from a traffic stop. But is overcome by algae in the water and swims back to the officer who stopped him police in Cape coral Florida say the man ran off your after he was pulled over for speeding. He jumped into the water and apparently ended up swallowing some of the algae. Investigators say seven vials of THC oil the active ingredient in marijuana were found in his car. He's now facing charges. Last thing at night. Alexa, wake me up at six AM tomorrow to WBZ.

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"kansai international airport" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"kansai international airport" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Just just to the points about your communication there. Nineteen buys on your stock right now in any one cell. I just checked on the Bloomberg. So the the analyst community I kind of getting it or or kind of convinced that the numbers that you're talking about just mentioned is one that they should be focusing on. Hello. As I mentioned already if you look at the competitive strength is now in place with a combination of the best chemicals company in the Vert. The best seats fellow technology in the word to enter the best and furthest. Advance feathers, penetrated digital platform, the high complementarity of the businesses the strength of the combined management team. We are as excited SPF ever been about a combination. And there's absolutely no regrets. I would say to the contrary VR totally excited to now finally get going that was bias Verna Bowman with a strong defense opening up a a defense of their decision to buy Monsanto. Let's get an update on global news. Now, he's been Bexley and Garin. Good morning. Anna western Japan is reading after the strongest likely to hit the country in twenty years. Typhoon Jebby has killed at least nine people and caused widespread damage. Bloomberg's Sophie Jackman has the latest Kansai international airport transport and cargo hub built on an artificial island remains closed after extensive flooding and the collision of a tanker into the road and rail bridge, connecting the airport to the mainland more than six hundred thousand buildings remain without power on Wednesday morning down from a peak of more than two million in Tokyo. I'm Sophie Jackman, Bloomberg daybreak Europe north and South Korea, hold talks NPR young later. President moons delagation is hoping to revive talks. Songwriting the peninsula of nuclear weapons souls five member team includes the head of national security and moon spy chief who helped broker the Singapore summit in June Sweden is preparing to head to the polls this weekend. He election results could provide one of the most difficult parliamentary situations in the.

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"kansai international airport" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"kansai international airport" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The willingness to do whatever I can to support this process. I think we all know there's a lot on at the moment. The government has a lot of his plate parliamentarians have a lot on their plates. And so I would expect this to be resolved relatively soon. But as I say, it's not for me to resolve a spokesman for the prime minister says there will be news shortly. And that Kearney is doing a very good job. Meanwhile, pound traders are keeping a close eye on today's UK services state out at nine thirty AM. Bloomberg's Elizabeth how Kroft says a dismal set of reading so far could spell further pain for sterling K P M I data for services is expected to pick up slightly to fifty three point nine for August off the disappointing construction and manufacturing pm is earlier this week analysts say that serves his data is unlikely to meet the estimate in if it does the news might not be enough to base the pound which remains under pressure from politics and a strong dollar in London. Elizabeth how Kroft Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Meanwhile, trade talks between the US and Canada are set to resume today. Bloomberg's John Tucker has the preview a new NAFTA must be ratified by the US congress, and it's not clear the support is there without congressional support. President Trump laxed leverage to force Canada to make concessions there is growing opposition at home to Trump's threat to have NAFTA proceed without Canada Canada's the main trading partner for many US states quite a bit of their economic fortunes are entwined with Canada. John Tucker, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And buyer has warned that earnings will be lower than it had projected earlier this year that says the company issued its first forecast since completing the sixty three billion dollar purchase of Monsanto. It said core earnings per share will probably reach about five seventy and euros to five ninety missing estimates and buyers CEO Varner Belmont is gonna join Bloomberg television at eight AM UK time. We will definitely be asking him more about that. Let's get the world national news now for that. We go to leeann guarantee. Good morning. Western Japan is reeling off to the strongest cyclone to hit the country in twenty five years. Typhoon Jebby has killed at least nine people calls a widespread power outages and flooded the Asaka areas main airport. Sophie, Jackman has the latest Kansai international airport, a key transport and cargo hub built on an artificial island remains closed after extensive flooding and the collision. Of a tanker into the road and rail bridge, connecting the point to the mainland more than six hundred thousand buildings remain without power on Wednesday morning down from a peak of more than two million. In tokyo. I'm so fi Jackman. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. South Korea's special envoy, sir range, the summit between President Trump and North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN are holding talks in Pyongyang later. Today. Putting the pizza pay reports delegation led by South Korea's national security advisor at the country's intelligence chief is hoping to smooth relations between the US and North Korea and restart stalled talks, I did equalizing North Korea in Seoul, Peter pay. Bloomberg daybreak Europe place in Minnesota say JD dot coms billionaire founder is under investigation for suspected rape, which was arrested on Friday in Minneapolis. But released around sixteen hours later with no restrictions on travel. He's now back at work in China. Please say the case is being investigated as a rape. And they confident they can. Reach Lou if necessary that he may decide not to challenge him at all and the institution must never be viewed as partisan. That's according to supreme court nominee brats. Cuzner he's doing an Rudy Senate hearing that has bitterly divided Republicans and Democrats my judicial philosophy straightforward. A judge must be independent and must terp it. The law not make the law. A judge must interpret statutes is written. A judge must interpret the constitution as written informed by history, and tradition and precedent. Kevin President Trump's pick to succeed. The now. Retired Justice Anthony Kennedy could shift the court to the rhines. More than two dozen. Protesters were ejected from the hearing. Cleveland news twenty four hours a day on air and talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and listen more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm the guarantee this is Bloomberg Matt leeann thanks very much now talion budget talks continued to Royal bond. Markets..

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"kansai international airport" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

09:24 min | 1 year ago

"kansai international airport" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We are getting breaking news out from buyer, the German company saying that second quarter sales were nine point four eight billion euros that's better than the estimate analysts estimate compiled by Bloomberg of nine point two two billion euros adjusted EBITDA or adjusted operating profit as buyer would refer to it two point three four billion euros. And the estimate was for two point four five billion euros operating profit misses the analysts outlook sodas core EPS. It was a euro fifty four analysts were looking for a euro, sixty four. Four. So by are missing on second quarter, Corey EPS by a dime. They are confirming their two thousand eighteen outlook. But they say they want to make some adjustments to reflect for acquisition prices. Of course, they've got that Monsanto deal to deal deal with they see full year revenue now above thirty nine billion euros. The estimate was for thirty eight point five seven billion. So that's gonna make the street feel a little bit more comfortable, they're aiming for a dividend at least on the level of the prior years and they're seeing full year EBITDA X items up by a low to mid one digit percent so low to mid single digit percent, maybe I should read that a single digit percent and two thousand eighteen earnings are going to be lower than it had projected in February. That's probably the biggest headline to come across so far as I watch this. Ticker, scroll, two thousand eighteen earnings for buyer will be lower than the company had projected in February. That's kind of thing that the market doesn't tend to take to happily. And of course, we'll see those shares sir to trade in just about an hour and a half from now, let's get to Christine Burke right now to give us our top stories from daybreak. It's just past six thirty in London time. So daybreak has been out for the UK by about an hour now Christine joins us live from Dubai Christine. Let's kick it off with Brexit. Because e you officials are said to be working on a solution for the Irish border. Are they now what do we now will person familiar is baseless suggesting that were we may be seeing a little bit of compromise on the EU side of things essentially, this person has pointed to comments that were made last week by the chief negotiator, Michelle Brown. Yeah. He asked the UK for more details on for more details on what good actually cross into Northern Ireland from the mainland. I'm the idea being that it's possible that there are many areas along the border were there is little trade. And what that would mean is that there would actually be little need for requiring along the border. And if there wasn't much need for regulatory checks in it may just support keeping the border open and keeping friction. Let's trade. Let's just one consideration that is being taken under by the EU, this this these sources also know though that there's relatively little progress. That's expected in the coming weeks on Brexit and November really remains that key crucial realistic timeframe for any deal to be made. But still this is a positive sign that you may be willing to help Theresa May out a little bit. Well, and Mark Carney may be willing to help the EU out. Sorry, the u k out a little bit. He's saying that he may be willing to stick around. And the F T is reporting. The actually is already going to. Yeah. It looks very possible that Carney could be saying on on as governor through the or at least until the second half of twenty twenty. According to the F T report, yet tea is saying that this plan has the backing of UK Prime Minister, Theresa may, the F T also says that we should get an official announcement on this within the next week or so, and this is just something that would offer further stability is the UK tries to navigate through that Brexit transition period, which as we know is something that's been this whole situation with Brexit. It's been quite modulus. So I'm further stability could could probably be a good thing for the UK. Let's talk about let's talk trade here. Nafta talks kickoff again today after what an incredible dramatic drama. We've seen over the past few days. What do you think are we gonna reach a deal? I don't know. I mean, your guess is as good as mine on that one literally anyone's guess. Yeah. Exactly there are there are still I think I think the key thing we look to here to try to answer that question. Our the the hurdles that still remained because there are many of them on both sides of the equation for Canada and the US. I mean, prime minister Justin Trudeau is standing firm in his position that any new trade deal. That's going to be struck must include a mechanism versus solving disputes. Remember Canada has been in favor of keeping a these dispute panels that help them resolve issues on those panels are included under the current deal. It wants to keep those but the US wants to do away with them. So that's a key sticking point. And that's just one issue that needs to be resolved. But they'll get to work on trying to resolve those issues today. So I don't know it's up in the air. Really it total. It's totally up in the air. Listen, one other thing totally up in the air is Amazon stock, and I think it's overvalued. I wouldn't make judgment like that. But it's over a trillion dollars. And this is the second US company to to reach that higher at one point. It did reach that level. How big of a deal is this. Amazon shares rose as much as one point nine percent yesterday to debris flow push valuation to that one trillion level that means joins apple which reached that milestone recently as well. I guess what this really does is. It just reminds us that the dominant dominance the Amazon has there as an online retailer and company. I mean, it's hot an explosive performance in the last couple of years. Shares of tripled since two thousand fifteen on its expanded into so many things. I mean, it's gone so far beyond online retailing. It's now in cloud computing. It's in web services an analyst at Davidson actually says Amazon reached this day in this milestone because of the success. It's happened, cloud computing and the ways that that has really boosted its profitability. So that's something that will want to watch for. I mean Amazon continues to expand into new areas. So how long it can sustain that push that you've got to wonder all right, and how much money Jeff Bezos can make is the thing you have to wonder he's worth one hundred sixty seven billion dollars on the Bloomberg billionaire index Christine, thanks so much. Join us for seen Burke daybreak editor from Dubai for the news you need to start your day. Bloomberg customers can access daybreak every morning at five thirty AM London time by typing D A Y B go on the terminal. Let's get the world national news headlines for that we go to Leon guarantee. Leeann thank you, Matt western Japan is reading off to the strongest cycling hit the country in twenty years telling Chevy has killed at least nine people and caused widespread damage being bugs Sophie Tuchman has the latest. Kansai international airport, a key transport and cargo hub built on an artificial island remains closed after extensive flooding and the collision of a tanker into the road and rail bridge, connecting the airport to the mainland more than six hundred thousand buildings remained without power on Wednesday morning down from a peak of more than two million in Tokyo. I'm Sophie Jackman, Bloomberg daybreak Europe, north and South Korea, hold talks in Pyongyang laser, president moons. Delagation is hoping to revive talks on reading the peninsula all nuclear weapons souls five member team includes the head of national security and moon spy chief who helped broker the Singapore summit in June, Sweden is preparing to head to the polls this weekend the election results could prove one of the most difficult parliamentary situations in the history of its democracy. Limburg's amount of Buna has the details forming a new government may take longer than usual as a nationalist party is advancing in the post and may try to. Ask any of them. And that doesn't meet its demands. The new government will also need to deal with some economic challenges such as a downturn in ticket growth and the lowest to the people captive growth in the EU Instagram, and then the builder, Bloomberg daybreak Europe and executives from Switzerland. Facebook will testify before congress later today on issues around social media and Russian election interference. But internet chide Google might not be represented. Bloomberg's Ed La reports say Walker is best placed to testify under CEO, Cindy Pichai. He's been given a more prominent role and more responsibilities that include security and policing abusive Google services, the committee disagree in a tweet late Tuesday, top intelligence committee, democrat, Mark Warner tweeted Larry page, Google parent company out for that should be the one in the hearing in San Francisco, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Global news twenty four hours a day on air at tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred. Then they listen more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm the gerrans. This is Bloomberg Matt's. Leeann thanks very much. Skip the sports Joe Townsend England men's manage Southgate says Fulham goalkeeper, Markus. Beth analysis highly unlikely to make his debut over the next week. He's been called up to the squad for the first time, but has been added as a full Kepa Jovan pick.

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