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Bloomberg Radio New York

06:11 min | 5 months ago

"karen boris johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Broadcasting live from the Bloomberg interactive good morning, I'm Nathan Hager. And I'm karad Moscow, U.S. stock index futures are on the rise this morning we're coming up to 6 O one on Wall Street and we check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg. Right now my S&P futures are up 7 points, down futures up 78, NASDAQ futures up 30, the decks in Germany's F one and a half percent, the ten year treasury down ten 30 seconds, healed 2.96% and they yield on the two year 3.03% Nathan. All right, Karen, we begin this morning with breaking developments out of the UK to time. Apparently is up for Boris Johnson the prime minister is finally ready to resign. Let's go live to London, get the latest with Bloomberg's you and Potts. Good morning, Ewan. Good morning, Nathan and Karen Boris Johnson says he is quitting as Britain's prime minister. Even by recent standards, it has been a dramatic day on Downing Street, a snowstorm of resignations from the governments at the beginning of week became an avalanche by yesterday. In total more than 50 ministers and aides leaving their posts in protest. And perhaps the final blow came today when the Chancellor, the second most senior member of the government's only appointed to the job on Tuesday, tweeted that Boris Johnson must go now. Well, the p.m. was finally given up the fight and is now preparing his resignation speech. Nathan, when are we expecting Boris Johnson to actually leave office you and what are the next steps for the UK government? Well, today's news means that the UK is set to have its fourth leader in just 6 years. Now remember the Conservative Party still has a majority in parliament so it's up to the party to choose a new leader who will then take over as the British prime minister, Alicia contest will get underway in the coming days with the new prime minister likely to be in place by October live in London. I'm you in part spin big day break. All right, you and thank you. We of course will be following this story throughout the day and we're checking market reaction as well the pound strengthening on the news is at 1.1999 against the dollar. Stocks in Europe are rallying the stock 600 is up at 1.3% and the FTSE 100 in London is up 1.1%. Stay with us for the latest on Boris Johnson throughout the morning here on Bloomberg radio. Well, while Britain grapples with political turmoil, Karen, the war in Ukraine rages on. And now the U.S. and its allies are firming up plans for a cap on the price of Russian oil to limit the Kremlin's ability to finance its war. Amy Morris has the details from our Bloomberg 99 one newsroom in Washington. They're discussing a cap between 40 and $60 a barrel. The aim is to cut Moscow's revenue for its war in Ukraine, but the risk is that it would lead to a spike in oil prices. German Chancellor Olaf scholz accused Russia of using natural gas deliveries as a political weapon. The invasion of Ukraine is also forced several European countries to dial back their plans for decarbonization so they can compensate for those cuts in Russian fuel supplies. In Washington, I'm Amy Morris Bloomberg daybreak. Right, Amy, thank you about turning to the economy, investors are still reacting to yesterday's fed minutes and they're also looking ahead to tomorrow's jobs report and we get the details live with Bloomberg's John Tucker, John. Karen Bennett's from the fed shows Central Bank officials solidified their resolve to keep raising interest rates for longer. The viewed maintaining the Central Bank's credibility to control inflation is crucial. Well, that has the investors still banning the fed will hike by 75 basis points later this month. Meantime, economists forecast U.S. employers added the fewest jobs in over a year in June. Well, they say that expected slowdown isn't too concerning just yet. The jobs report from the Labor Department expected to show the unemployment rate remaining at historically low level. Live in New York, I'm John Tucker Bloomberg daybreak. All right, John, thanks. Let's talk about an economy of a different sort now. Billionaires and high flyers from the tech and media worlds are in sun valley Idaho for the annual Allen and company conference. So is Bloomberg zed ludlow. He filed this report. A lot of the big picture macro items are what are top of mind. There are discussions around inflation, recession risk, the volatility that we've seen in public equity markets. The rundown in valuations that we've seen in both public and private markets. But behind closed doors, all of these high flyers are also talking about a number of societal issues ranging from gun control to recent decisions by the Supreme Court. They're also discussing issues of climate change. No site yet of Elon Musk, the world's richest man is coming to some valley according to sources, Ed ludlow for Bloomberg news in sun valley, Idaho. Yeah, thanks. We're also learning Elon Musk is expected to speak at the conference on its final day this Saturday. By Nathan staying with tech, we have news on Apple, Bloomberg news scheduler and the company is planning an extreme sports watch and we get the latest live with Bloomberg shrine eat a young good morning ready to good morning Karen, Bloomberg sources say apple's new smartwatch will be the largest display released to date with a bigger battery and a rugged metal casing. And it's geared toward extreme sports athletes. Now apple could use the larger screen area to show more fitness metrics or information on watch faces at one time. The company plans to announce the new watch along with two other models later this year. Live in New York, I'm renita young Bloomberg daybreak. Okay, we need a thanks chip stocks are moving higher this morning. Thanks to Samsung electronics, South Korea's largest company reported a better than anticipated 21% jump in revenue. The report is soothing investors worst fears about the impact of weakening consumer demand and soaring materials costs on the $550 billion chip industry. And The Wall Street Journal reporting mark is into acquire BioTech company, paper said the deal could be worth about $40 billion in shares are up 6% in early trading. And shares of GameStop are up 9% in the pre market Karen, the company became the poster child for so called meme stocks. Now it's announced a four to one stock split in the form of a dividend. And again, futures are on the rise this morning S&P futures up about 8 points down futures up 89 and NASDAQ futures are up 35 the Dax in Germany up 1.4%, the ten year treasury down 9 30 seconds, he'll 2.96% straight ahead your latest local headlines, plus a check of sports, and this is

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"karen boris johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 5 months ago

"karen boris johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Nathan Hager. And I'm Karen Moscow, U.S. stock index futures on the rise this morning. We're coming up to 5 O one on Wall Street and we check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg. S&P futures up 13 points this morning down futures have 96 and NASDAQ futures up 55, the Dax in Germany's F 1.6%, ten year treasury down 1230 seconds yields 2.97% and the yield on the two year 3.03% nymex crude oil is up for 10% at $98 90 cents a barrel, Nathan. All right, Karen, we begin this morning with breaking developments out of the UK time is up for Boris Johnson as we get word the prime minister is finally ready to resign. Let's go live to London and get the latest with Bloomberg's Ewan Potts. Good morning Ewan. Good morning Nathan and Karen Boris Johnson says he's quitting as Britain's prime minister. Even by recent standards it has been a dramatic day on Downing Street a snowstorm of resignations from the government at the beginning of the week became an avalanche by yesterday. In total, more than 50 minutes and aids leaving their jobs in protest. But perhaps the final blow came today when the Chancellor, the second most senior member of the government only appointed to the job on Tuesday, tweeted that Boris Johnson must go now. Well, the p.m. has finally given into the pressure and is now preparing his resignation speech, Nathan. All right, well, you and when is Boris Johnson expected to actually leave office? What are the next steps for the UK government? Well, today's news means that the UK is set to have its fourth leader within just 6 years. Now remember the Conservative Party still has a majority in the British Parliament so it's up to the party to choose a new leader who will then take over as the British prime minister. And leadership contest

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"karen boris johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:54 min | 6 months ago

"karen boris johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is now nymex crudes up 7 tenths percent or 82 cents at a $119 69 cents a barrel Brent is up 7 tenths percent at a $120 53 cents And turning to Washington now Nathan President Biden's commerce chief Gina raimondo says the administration is not willing to lift all tariffs on imported steel and aluminum right now We've decided to keep some of those tariffs because we need to protect American workers and we need to protect our steel industry That's a matter of national security Commerce secretary Gina raimondo told CNN over the weekend that lifting tariffs on other household goods may make sense to help ease rising prices As the fed aims to ease price hikes here in Goldman Sachs says the U.S. economy remains on a narrow path to a soft landing Let's get more on that live from Bloomberg's we need a young good morning granita Good morning Nathan Goldman says improving inflation numbers and other factors suggest that the fed may be able to pull off its aggressive rake height rate hike plan without tipping the country into a recession Economists there say sequential core inflation appears to be slowing and supply chain pressures are improving Now Goldman says while the deterioration in indicators like the first quarter GDP suggests near term recession risk has increased other measures show output is still expanding Live in New York I'm ready to young Bloomberg daybreak Right we need to thank you at least a half a dozen central banks are expected to raise interest rates this week and the European Central Bank is expected to announce it and to bond purchases and formally begin the countdown to an increase in borrowing costs in July And staying in Europe Karen Boris Johnson will face a leadership vote in his ruling Conservative Party that could remove him from office And as the 5 things you need to know to start your day brought to you by interactive brokers futures higher S&P futures have 44 points Dow futures up 266 NASDAQ futures up a 182 straight ahead your top local headlines this is Bloomberg.

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"karen boris johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:59 min | 6 months ago

"karen boris johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"5 30 on Wall Street good morning I'm Nathan Hager And I'm Karen Moscow we're just about four hours away from the open of U.S. trading Let's get you up to date of the news you need to know what this shower We're seeing a lift in markets to begin a new trading week with a boost from Asia Beijing is reopening further from its COVID restrictions raising stocks in China Japanese equities erased earlier losses and take shares rose in Hong Kong We're also watching oil rise this morning Karen hovering around a $120 a barrel as Saudi Arabia signals confidence in demand for oil checking prices now West Texas intermediate sub four tenths percent or 51 cents at a $119 38 cents a barrel Brent is up four tenths percent at a 120 21 While turning to Washington now President Biden's commerce chief Gina raimondo says the administration is not willing to lift all tariffs on imported steel and aluminum right now We've decided to keep some of those tariffs because we need to protect American workers and we need to protect our steel industry That's a matter of national security Commerce secretary Gina raimondo told CNN over the weekend that lifting tariffs on other household goods may make sense to help ease rising prices Well as the fed aims to ease price hikes Karen Goldman Sachs says the U.S. economy remains on a narrow path to a soft landing Let's get more on that live from Bloomberg so we need a young good morning Renee Good morning Nathan Goldman says improving inflation numbers and other factors suggest that the fed may be able to pull off its aggressive rate hike plan without tipping the country into a recession Economists there say sequential core inflation appears to be slowing and supply chain pressures are improving And while the deterioration in indicators like the first quarter's GDP suggest near term recession risk has increased Goldman says other measures show output is still expanding Live in New York I'm renita young Bloomberg daybreak I really need to thank you about at least a half a dozen central banks are expected to raise interest rates this week And the European Central Bank is expected to announce an end to bond purchases and formally begin the countdown to an increase in borrowing costs in July Staying in Europe Karen Boris Johnson faces a leadership vote today in his ruling Conservative Party that could remove him from office It's unclear if there is enough support though to unseat the UK's prime minister And futures are higher this morning S&P futures of 42 points down futures up 258 NASDAQ futures have 173 ten year treasury down 6 30 seconds Yale 2.95% the yield on the two year 2.68% Nymex crude oil is up four tenths percent at a $119 39 cents a barrel Straight a hundred latest local headlines plus a check of sports and this is Bloomberg Here in 5 33 on Wall Street 64° in Central Park got a crash in the northbound van wake by Jamaica avenue and Michael Barr has more on what's going on in New York and around the world Michael Thank you very much Nathan and has been a weekend of shootings in several states that have left about a dozen people dead One shooting in Philadelphia left three dead and another 11 injured Philadelphia police commissioner Danielle outlaw These incidents have an exponential effect on our community And it not only impacts the individual That's been directly victimized but it victimizes their loved ones their families and their neighbors neighborhoods all over the world Commissioner outlaw says the suspect fled on foot Meanwhile there are some reports that U.S. senators are inching toward some kind of compromise and movement on gun safety Bloomberg's head Baxter reports A bipartisan group is working in Republican pat toomey says background checks are on the table At least for commercial sales of firearms there ought to be a background check So sales at gun shows sales that are advertised over the Internet To me has been working with Democrat Joe Manchin for years on this and to me on CBS has heard here on Bloomberg says the outcome of these talks is still uncertain We are still trying to figure out exactly what mechanism is going to enable us to get the votes that we would need But he says closer this time in San Francisco I'm at Baxter Bloomberg daybreak Primary elections in New Jersey and 6 other states tomorrow will set the stage for U.S. House and Senate battles this fall in New Jersey's GOP primary Tom malikowski won by fewer than two percentage points in 2020 and his district has become slightly more Republican since new congressional district lines were set last year After North Korea test fired 8 short-range ballistic missile Sunday the U.S. launched a joint exercise with South Korea and Japan to demonstrate their ability to quickly respond Today the U.S. Military conducted what it called a ballistic missile defense exercise also firing 8 missiles into the sea of Japan Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and 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"karen boris johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:03 min | 7 months ago

"karen boris johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Opinion In the 98 page draft justice Samuel Alito writes Rowe was egregiously wrong from the start it also references Planned Parenthood V Casey justice alita writes quote we hold that row and Casey must be overruled This woman says she joined the demonstrations when she heard the high court may plan to overturn roe V wade You know it really just feels like all the work we put into was just torn up and thrown in the garbage and it's honestly ridiculous to me because of how far we've come right to just be set back in time Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer and House speaker Nancy Pelosi issued a joint statement referencing justices like Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch who have said that roe is settled law writing the conservative justices quote have lied to the U.S. Senate and ripped up the constitution In Washington I'm Amy Morris Bloomberg daybreak Thank you all abortion rights is now an issue that could reshape the midterm elections and Bloomberg law reporter Joan Grasso continues our team coverage in New York It would become a huge issue for the midterms people say that it would perhaps invigorate the democratic base to get out there because this is really one of the social issues of our time and women's law for so long to get the right to an abortion And now in pretty short measure in the history of our rights it being overturned Bloomberg Sharon Grasso says the leaking of the Supreme Court draft decision is perhaps more surprising than the apparent ruling And we'll have more details and analysis Karen on that apparent Supreme Court decision coming up shortly First we want to get to the latest on the war in Eastern Europe Boris Johnson weighs in on the conflict today The British prime minister will evoke his own countries wartime history in a virtual address to Ukraine's parliament Let's get the latest from Bloomberg's UN pots in London Good morning Ewan Good morning Nathan and Karen Boris Johnson is addressing Ukraine's parliament today becoming the first world leader to do so He's expected to say that the bravery demonstrated by Ukrainian fighters means that war will come to be known as the country's finest hour echoing the words of British leader Winston Churchill In addition to the UK has announced a new package of some $375 million in military aid for Ukraine In London I'm you and Potts Bloomberg daybreak You and thank you all in Ukraine today more civilian evacuations are expected from marry a poll and other cities in Russian hands as the conflict drags on former CIA director David Petraeus says it slowly grinding Russia down The Russians are running out of troops and material they can not replace what has been lost at least not in the short term It's possible that Vladimir Putin on 9 May during the World War II victory day celebration in Moscow could announce general mobilization or something like that Retired general David Petraeus is now chairman of the KKR global institute He spoke with David west and on Bloomberg's balance of power catch the show weekdays at noon eastern on Bloomberg radio and television Karen Citigroup is still seeking potential buyers for its operations in Russia We spoke with CEO Jane Fraser about the effort We are selling our consumer and our commercial banking franchise.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:43 min | 7 months ago

"karen boris johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Just feels like all the work we put into was just torn up and thrown in the garbage and it's honestly ridiculous to me because of how far we've come to just be set back in time Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer and House speaker Nancy Pelosi issued a joint statement referencing justices like Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch who have said that roe is settled law writing the conservative justices quote have lied to the U.S. Senate and ripped up the constitution In Washington I'm Amy Morris Bloomberg daybreak Amy thank you all abortion rights is now an issue that could reshape the midterm elections and Bloomberg law reporter Joan Grasso continues our team coverage in New York It would become a huge issue for the midterms people say that it would perhaps invigorate the democratic base to get out there because this is really one of the social issues of our time And women's thought for so long to get the right to an abortion And now in pretty short measure in the history of our rights it's being overturned Bloomberg's here in grassroots says the leaking of the Supreme Court draft decision is perhaps more surprising than the apparent ruling And we'll have more details and analysis on that apparent Supreme Court decision Karen coming up shortly First let's get you the latest on the war in Eastern Europe Boris Johnson weighs in on the conflict today the British prime minister will evoke his country's wartime history during a virtual address to Ukraine's parliament Let's get the latest live with Bloomberg's UN pots in London Good morning Ewan Good morning Nathan and Karen Boris Johnson is addressing Ukraine's parliament today becoming the first world leader to do so He's expected to say that the bravery demonstrated by Ukrainian fighters means that war will come to be known as the country's finest hour echoing the words of British leader Winston Churchill In addition to the UK has announced a new package of some $375 million in military aid for Ukraine In London I'm you and Potts Bloomberg daybreak All right you and thank you Ellen Ukraine today more civilian evacuations are expected for a Mario pole and other cities in Russian hands As the conflict drags on former CIA director David Petraeus said it slowly grinding Russia down The Russians are running out of troops and material they can not replace what has been lost at least not in the short term It's possible that Vladimir Putin on 9 May during the World War II victory day celebration in Moscow could announce general mobilization or something like that Retired general David Petraeus is now chairman of the KKR global institute He spoke with David Westin on Bloomberg's balance of power the show weekdays at noon eastern on Bloomberg radio and television In the meantime Karen Citigroup is still seeking potential buyers for its operations in Russia we spoke with CEO Jane Fraser about the effort We are selling our consumer and our commercial.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"karen boris johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Start the week we're coming up to 6 O one on Wall Street and we check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S&P futures up about 15 points to now futures of 81 NASDAQ futures up 62 the decks in Germany is up 9 tenths of a percent Ten year treasury up three 30 seconds yield 1.47% in a yield on the two year .66% Up a tenth of a percent at 71 75 cents a barrel Nathan All right Karen we'll have more on the markets in a minute But first we're getting more information on the omicron variant and just how effective current vaccines are against the new strain Initial data out of South Africa appear less than encouraging Let's get the details live from Bloomberg's ready to young Good morning Good morning Nathan a two shot course of Pfizer's vaccine may have around 23% efficacy against symptomatic infection with the omicron variant That's according to lab experiments in South Africa researchers say oh Macron is compromising the ability of vaccines to protect against infection but there's still sufficient protection against severe disease Meantime new research from the University of Oxford shows both the Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines induce lower levels of antibodies against the omicron variant This increases the risk of COVID-19 infection and in the U.S. at least 30 U.S. states are reporting cases of the variant Live in New York I'm ra need a young Bloomberg day break All right ready to thank you but we're also learning that the president of South Africa has contracted COVID President Cyril ramaphosa tested positive over the weekend and is receiving treatment for mild symptoms The 69 year old president was vaccinated with a single dose Johnson & Johnson is shot back in February In the UK Karen Boris Johnson is warning of a COVID emergency in an address to his nation last night the prime minister said an end of the year deadline for the country's booster vaccination program No one should be in any doubt There is a tidal wave of omicron coming And I'm afraid it is now clear that two doses of vaccine are simply not enough to give the level of protection we all need Prime minister Boris Johnson says the number of daily omicron cases almost doubled Sunday in an interview with British radio UK health secretary Sajid javid said there's no guarantee schools will be kept open as the omikron variant spreads Still Nathan the pandemic should not have yet impact on equities this morning the U.S. futures and European averages are higher and stocks in the Asia Pacific rose on the back of China's pro growth policy stance at a key economic meeting last week Let's get the recount from Bloomberg's Juliet Sally in Sydney Good morning Julia Good morning Karen and Nathan the MSCI Asia Pacific index rose for a fourth session out of the past 5 as China's stocks and yuan climbed after the nation's annual economic conference ended Friday with a vow to ensure stability and front load policies China's tech giants including Tencent and Alibaba lifted Hong Kong's benchmark as watches 1.6% before it paid some of those gains in the afternoon session Expectations that China will move to increase stimulus next year also boosted commodities iron ore in Singapore surging more than 7% prices also jumping in dalian And Japan's nikkei two two 5 rose 7 tenths of 1% in Tokyo In Sydney Juliet sali Bloomberg daybreak All right Julian thanks Back here in the U.S. there is criticism of the Federal Reserve this morning ahead of this week's policy decision Muhammad el Arian the chief economic adviser at alliance and a Bloomberg opinion columnist calls the Central Bank's take on inflation historically bad The characterization of inflation is transitory is probably the worst inflation call in the history of the Federal Reserve And it results in a high probability of a policy mistake So the fed must quickly starting this week regain control of the inflation narrative and regain its own credibility Otherwise it will become a driver of higher inflation expectation that feed on to themselves Muhammad Ali and made the comments on face the nation from CBS heard Sundays on Bloomberg radio Outside of Wednesday's fed decision Nathan Wall Street also gets a look at retail sales from the start of the holiday shopping season Figures for November highlight this week's economics calendar and began more from Bloomberg so then you don't do nice Bloomberg economics as consumers might have hit the ground early as a tangled supply chain could delay holiday shipments Better safe than sorry Just the same red hot inflation and stubborn COVID-19 infection rates are weighing on the economic recovery November's producer price index could post the largest year over year increase in at least a decade The labor market is clearly back from 2020 collapse I want economists anticipate weekly jobless claims will hold near a half century low Many doubt judic Bloomberg daybreak All right Vinny thanks And currency markets this morning the Turkish lira has weakened to an all time low The currency fell below 14 to the dollar after S&P Global ratings lowered the outlook on turkey's sovereign credit rating to negative This week turkey's Central Bank is expected to cut its benchmark one week repo rate And Nathan we have some serious news on the cybersecurity front this morning Security firms say hackers have begun exploiting a critical flaw in software used by businesses and governments around the world The flaw is in a widely used programming tool maintained by the nonprofit Apache software foundation The vulnerability is considered so serious and time sensitive that government agencies from Switzerland to the U.S. and Australia have been urging companies to quickly install patches And in corporate news that may contain spoilers this morning Karen peloton is firing back the company's put out an ad responding to a scene in the new Sex and the City series in which a character dies using its product The commercial features Chris Noth the actor who plays mister big who died in the show saying he feels great and asking if he should take another ride Peloton shares which fell more than 5% the day after the show premiered are now up 3% in early trading You're listening to Bloomberg daybreak This has 6 O 7 on Wall Street We're at 41°.

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"karen boris johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"karen boris johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Nathan Hager And I'm Karen Moscow and U.S. stock index futures are gaining to start the week where coming up to 5 O one on Wall Street and we check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S&P futures up 16 points now futures have 106 NASDAQ futures up 63 The Dax in Germany is up 1% The ten year treasury at three 32nd sealed 1.47% Yield on the two year .66% and 9 X crude oil is up a quarter percent or 16 cents at $71 83 cents a barrel Nathan All right Karen we'll have more on the markets in a minute but first we're getting more information on the omicron variant and just how effective current vaccines are against the new strain Initial data out of South Africa appear less than encouraging Let's get the latest live from Bloomberg's granita young Good morning greeting Good morning Nathan a two shot course of Pfizer's vaccine may have around 23% efficacy against symptomatic infection with the omicron variant That's according to lab experiments in South Africa Researchers say oh Macron is compromising the ability of vaccines to protect against infection But they're still sufficient protection against severe disease Meantime new research from the University of Oxford shows both the Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines induce lower levels of antibodies against the omicron variant This increases the risk of COVID-19 infection At least 30 U.S. states are reporting cases of the variant live in New York I'm ranita young Bloomberg daybreak All right we need to thank you but we're also learning that president of South Africa has contracted COVID President Cyril ramaphosa tested positive over the weekend It is receiving treatment for mild symptoms The 69 year old president was vaccinated with a single dose Johnson & Johnson shot back in February In the UK Karen Boris Johnson is warning of a COVID emergency in an address to his nation last night the prime minister said an end of the year deadline for the country's booster vaccination program No one should be in any died There is a tidal wave of omnicon coming And I'm afraid it is now clear that two doses of vaccine are simply not enough to give the level of protection we all need Prime minister Boris Johnson says the number of daily omicron cases almost doubled on Sunday in an interview with British radio UK health secretary Sajid javid said there's no guarantee schools will be kept open as the omicron variant spreads Still Nathan the pandemic's not having an impact on equities this morning U.S. futures and European averages are higher and stocks in the Asia Pacific rose on the back of China's pro growth policy stance at a key economic meeting last week Let's get the recap from Bloomberg's Julie and Sally in Sydney Good morning Juliet Good morning Karen and Nathan the MSCI Asia Pacific index rose for a fourth session out of the past 5 as China's stocks and yuan climbed after the nation's annual economic conference ended Friday with a vow to ensure stability and front load policies China's tech giants including Tencent and Alibaba lifted Hong Kong's benchmark as watches 1.6% before it paid some of those gains in the afternoon session Expectations that China will move to increase stimulus next year also boosted commodities iron ore in Singapore surging more than 7% prices also jumping in dalian And Japan's nikkei two two 5 rose 7 tenths of 1% in Tokyo In Sydney Juliet Sally Bloomberg daybreak Juliet thank you Back here in the U.S. there is criticism of the Federal Reserve this morning ahead of this week's policy decision Muhammad el Arian the chief economic adviser at alliance and a Bloomberg opinion contributor calls the Central Bank's take on inflation historically bad The characterization of inflation is transitory It's probably the worst inflation call in the history of the Federal Reserve And it results in a high probability of a policy mistake So the fed must quickly starting this week regain control of the inflation narrative and regain its own credibility Otherwise it will become a driver of higher inflationary expectation that feed to themselves Muhammad Ali and made the comments on face the nation from CBS heard Sundays on Bloomberg radio Well Nathan outside of Wednesday's fed decision Wall Street also gets a look at retail sales from the start of the holiday shopping season Figures from November highlight this week's economic calendar began more from Bloomberg's mini del giudice Bloomberg says consumers might have hit the ground early It's a tangled supply chain could delay holiday shipments Better safe than sorry Just the same red hot inflation and stubborn COVID-19 infection rates are weighing on the economic recovery November's producer price index could post a largest year over year increase in at least a decade The labor market is clearly back from 2020s collapse I want economists anticipate weekly jobless claims will hold near a half century low Many doubt judic Bloomberg daybreak All right if any thank you In currency markets this morning the Turkish lira has weakened to an all time low the currency fell below 14 to the dollar after S&P Global ratings lowered the outlook on turkey's sovereign credit rating to negative This week turkey's Central Bank is expected to cut its benchmark one week repo rate Well Nathan we have some serious news on the cybersecurity front this morning Security firms say hackers have a gun exploiting a critical flaw in software used by businesses and governments around the world The fly is in a widely used programming tool maintained by the nonprofit Apache software foundation The vulnerability is considered so serious and time sensitive that government agencies from Switzerland to the U.S. and Australia have been urging companies to quickly install patches And in corporate news this morning Karen peloton is firing back the companies put out an ad responding to a scene in the new Sex and the City series where a character dies using its product The commercial features Chris note the actor who plays mister big who if you haven't heard yet died in the show saying he feels great and asking if he should take another ride Peloton shares which fell more than 5% the day after that show premiered are up almost 2% now in early training Straight ahead your latest local headlines and a check of sports This is Bloomberg.

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