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"katiu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"katiu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Let's get back over now. Leeann guarantee with more on what's going on around the world the end good morning. The foam of president all Peru. Alan Garcia has shot and killed himself. Up to peace arrived at his hangman Lima with a such an arrest warrant Cohn c- hunting implicated in advanced Brian brave. Pope scented on Brazilian construction firm. Three other Peruvian heads of state are also under investigation. The chaplain of the powers fire brigade says the hottest thing about the blaze at the Notre Dame cathedral was clicking the security codes to rescue the most precious. Relic. He's been hailed as a hero for salvaging the crown with Thome's during Monday's fire. He told the Catholic broadcaster Katiu he had to find the person holding the code. So he could Eben the safe. And finally Venezuela has again won the title of the world's most miserable economy for the fifth year in a row the country top the rankings opening Bloomberg's misery index which looks at inflation and unemployment outlooks, inflation and Venezuela. It's projected to hit eight million percent this year at the end at the other end of the scale, Thailand, Singapore and Japan. Global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron at tick tock on Twitter, pound Pineville within twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries and beyond guarantee. This is blamed Matt. Leeann thanks very much. Leeann guarantees there with your global news. Now, it's time for a property portfolio. Weekly segment which takes a deep dive into UK real estate property. Investments have surged in recent years, according to call yours real estate asset under assets under management for the top one hundred fund managers reached a staggering three trillion dollars in two thousand eighteen daybreak Europe. Sandra Kilhof spoke to call your head of research Damian Harrington and began by asking why Europe is the main beneficiary of these capital inflows investors globally have been interested in London for a long time. Particularly London in recent years. A recent times, there's a lot more capital coming out of Asia as much as the capital that still pretty strong from North America and from Canada and essentially the looking at diversification benefits of investing into real estate and different domiciles. So you're a buff is a lot of diversity. And so there's a lot of opportunity there. There's also quite strong benefit for Europe to these markets. And Tim's away yields yields relative take government bone. So the yield spread and there's also some locations the US, but Korea for lots of other Asian domiciles does a hedging benefit of buying into Europe at present. Because interest rates are at different levels. He compared to where they are in those locations. So there's lots of things driving capital into Europe. What's faces are we looking at hint at retail office, or we talking more industrial spaces that investors are keen on a mix of everything. So if you look at global investment volumes per se officers is still dominant sectors. That's about forty forty five percent, then it's retail. But then we're seeing a real rise in residential or apartments. That's probably being the biggest growth story over the last psycho and also a huge amount of investment into industrial. So we looked at select global investors that we know all investing globally into other domiciles and the. And the real growth in residential. It's growing by some like a hundred and sixty percent, then he got industrial go hotels. There's money moving into development, but offices and retail still dominate one thing we've seen a lot of here in London as for instance, Chinese activity when it comes to office space a good you London's Wilkie tool key building being sold to leak Khimki that was a home come home or at the deaden whole building. Also, notice the cheese grades have being sold to see see lands. So does this mean we might see a shift will they stop particularly to moving into residential. Can we still expect the same demand for office space definitely say it's forty forty five percent of activity, generally? I don't think that will really change. It may diminish a little bit down to say forty percent is more Reggie becomes a normal part of it portfolio, but officers will still dominate. I also want to time to breaks. It is not any invested can son about putting your money in London. Well, there is I mean, the concern is about business and certainty essentially, but I would say. Say that's the primary concern. So until there's more certainty is that how it's going to pan out and the role of investors who would just saying, well, we're not going to invest in the UK for now. I think the other thing that's delaying it as well as expected to be a currency dip installing when their decision is made. And nobody wants to invest now before in could drop of most investors are gonna wait until that adjustment has happened. And then the money will stop moving back in. I've got no fear that money won't stop coming back into the UK or the London market when that's the capital investment saw even from a an occupation of a business side. There's a lot of capital that's yet to be spent or is going to sitting on the fence until his clarity or decision to drive business vote as well. But it will happen. It's just a question of way. Particularly London has always been the main attraction point, and we've just had some research from Hamptons international showing that they're actually more London Nando. It's now that are looking to put them money outside of London put it in the Midland, for instance. Birmingham Francis too. To what extent international investors seeing the same potential in the rest of the UK. It just depends whether they've invested in the UK before in London before so if they haven't done the comfort, then they'll start looking at the UK regions, the tend to like to put a beachhead into London before they start expanding against way. And that was his head of AME. A research Damian Harrington speaking to Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Sandra Kilhof you can Hamble from property vote. Failure on our podcast page owned. Bloomberg dot come straight ahead. Bring by daybreak Europe bring books. Manuscripts speaks to Janet move Cazenove capital label.

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Alfonso Ribeiro sues Fortnite over alleged use of "Carlton dance"

The Dan Patrick Show

00:55 sec | 3 years ago

Alfonso Ribeiro sues Fortnite over alleged use of "Carlton dance"

"Misappropriated. Okay. Anybody else? Yes. Mclovin. The Katiu backpack. Kid on the guy who started the seeing on Saturday Night Live with Katy Perry. He's suing them to okay. Can you guys fix fix the microphone over there? Mclovin has come through loudly. Let me see Katy Perry. The song swish swish. Is that involved in this too? Mclovin. I think that's the same thing. Okay. Yeah. The backpack kid is from Katy Perry. So, you know, the faucet everyone did it started. Because this guy was associated Katy Perry. Now, he's showing to show any famous dance. Well, I understand if they're doing the Carlton and not playing paying Alphonso Ribero can you own a dance and dance. But it's called the Carlton, and that was his character from fresh print. What does he trademarked? Well, we're gonna

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