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"kevin castelo" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"kevin castelo" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"These European parliamentary elections, and that's the deadline where they can arrange them whilst at the same time. We're trying to figure out whether they'll want a longer extension, whether it's nine months or twelve months if there's no greeted by April twelfth. Yeah. It's interesting that the European parliament election is turning into a real watershed moment in the whole the brakes saga Francine. I know that you're going to be heading off because you got to prepare for the rest of the day as you say, the AU summit will sort of resume again in an hour's time also. By marcus. Bye, bye Francine. We're going to continue though with the rest of our top story belt and out of the US, some trade headlines officials downplayed the prospect of an imminent trade deal with China. Trump's top trae team heading to Beijing for meetings said the end of next week before China's vice premier is set to travel to Washington in April. US officials are saying that a deal isn't expected until President Trump, and she meets but a date hasn't yet been sets. And of course, China making some progress when it comes to deals in Europe at the same time Italy plans to join China's transcontinental infrastructure project the belt and road initiative. That's despite the misgivings of the US and European allies over security issues. Bloomberg's Kevin Castillo reports now from Rome during the Chinese president's. Visit there will be a formal signing of agreement that are needed. For Italy to take part in Beijing's program. Italian officials say they hope other European countries will also join the Chinese project in Rome. Kevin Castelo, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. We're just getting through red headline regarding Deutsche Bank its ceased to one thousand nine hundred nine revenue slightly higher compared to twenty eight eighteen. So don't Eubanks says it sees twenty nine hundred revenue slightly higher compared to twenty eight eighteen at the same time. The Bank is cutting the bonus pool to warm point nine billion euros Deutsches management. Board is receiving the bonus for twenty hours. Deutsche Bank sees two thousand nineteen sales and revenue rising. It is to propose a dividend of eleven eurocents share. So that's the twenty eighteen dividends. So a couple of interesting lines. They're coming out of adult should Bank this morning. We're also looking ahead to some European data. We're going to get yours and composite PM at nine AM GMT. Bloomberg's economics David Powell says it's a crucial reading ahead of next month's ECB meeting. The market. Participants will be watching this to see if the rebound that we saw in. February was continued. In march. The economy weakened in the second half of last year is country specific factors, the implementation of auto emissions standards in Germany strikes in France and the budget battle on Italy slowed the economy, and he expects these to be temporary and for growth to return to normal rate. And this will give us an indication whether that's actually. Opening or not in London. David Powell Bloomberg economics. Okay. Let's get some more headlines now from around the world. Here's Bloomberg's Sandra Kilhof. Good morning, Markus. US President Donald Trump has inserted himself into his Rayleigh politics by making a controversial tweets on the Golan Heights. Ed Baxter reports Trump has overturned long standing US policy declaring the US fully recognizes Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights. Also, Trump has made clear appeals to Jewish voters to abandon the Democrats calling the party Atta semitic in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. The amount of people killed in a cycler in. That's devastated. Parts of southern Africa has risen to over five hundred and fifty according to a p symboblic defense minister open mooching gory says it's devastating situation for the country and most of the body's.

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"kevin castelo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"kevin castelo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Start. Let Putin drive wedges between friends in NATO guarantees know, all too well from their history that an authoritarian Russia will never be a friend or she's not the only car that wants to be road. Freedom industry, jn Pompeo was referring to China, which he said could create a bridgehead that could leave Budapest economically indebted, the league of Italy's deputy premier Matteo Salvini has emerged as the strongest political party in regional elections. Bring begs Kevin Costello reports party leader Mateo Salvini. We'll try to capitalize on the results to firm up his already strong position Salvini and the rest of Italy's coalition government are seeking to start the nation's sluggish economy, which slipped into recession in Rome. Kevin Castelo, Bloomberg daybreak Europe and finally Thailand's electoral commissioners, formally banned a Thai Princess from running for prime minister in the upcoming election. Bloomberg's Randy thanks on night reports that is in by the commission formally ended. Princess when rash Kenya's breath entry into politics, the tirec Sachar party earlier stunned the nation with the bit to make the princesses candidate which rapidly unravelled when her brother king Mahaveroo gone publicly opposed her candidacy in Bangkok. Randy's hands on Bloomberg daybreak Europe, playboy knees. Twenty four hours a day on Anna tick tock on Twitter. I'm Leon guarantees. This is laid back. Sweet strawberry icing urine goodwill and just past that integer denim jacket. You spot miniature doughnut.

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"kevin castelo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"kevin castelo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Be wrote freedom in this region. Compare ones referring to China, which he says could create a bridge hate that could leave Budapest economically indebted, the legals Italy's deputy premier Matteo Salvini has emerged as the strongest political party in regional elections. Kevin Castillo reports party leader Mateo Salvini who try to capitalize on the result to firm up his already strong position Salvini and the rest of Italy's coalition government are seeking to kick. Start the nation's sluggish economy, which slipped into recession in Rome. Kevin Castelo, Bloomberg daybreak Europe and Thailand electoral commission has formally banned a Thai Princess from running for prime minister in the upcoming elections. Bloomberg's Randy thanks on night reports the decision by the commission, formally ended Princess when rash Kenya's breath entry into politics. The tirec Sachar party earlier stunned the nation with the bit to make the princesses candidate wish rapidly unravelled when her brother king Maha, Rasheed Alan gone publicly opposed her candidacy in Bangkok Randy's night. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Global news twenty four hours a day on Erin tick tock on Twitter pound by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and symbol than one hundred twenty countries. I'm young guarantee. This is Bloomberg Yussef. Thank you. Let's get into some of our top themes for global markets with Mark these the global strategist at ADM Investors Services, and he joins us now in our London studio Mark this relief rally, we're seeing across asset classes almost seems like the market wants to clamor to break through even though it's tentative in the US on the shutdown, and it's just signaling when it comes to the trade conversation with China. Yes. A think the fact of the matter is what we've seen in January. Most of all is a big rebound in global money supply. Thanks to the fed injections at the end of the previous year and this year big injection via the People's Bank of China. And we are also an environment with the US treasury yields where they are where we're looking at trying to find some sort of return. So we always end up in the situation where we're looking equity markets. We're looking at the widening in credit spreads that we had back end of loss and people need to try and generate some return. So there's a certain amount of desperation there, which doesn't really actually fit with the economic narrative where we're talking about the risks from China and Asia, and indeed the, and I'm not so worried about the USA, but people are trying to generate some income, and therefore they need to find some sort of excuse for a better story. I hate you. When you not. Say or when you say that you're worried about the United States of America. We have heard from Karl bass, though, the the the investor he's been flagging the potential all the recession in the US somewhere in the middle of twenty twenty is not in line with your thinking as well. Or are you saying that no that that recession won't happen? It really is contingent on what happens. Elsewhere. I think the interesting thing with the fed this time around is probably being more aware of what's going on internationally than ever has normally the fed doffs our hat towards what what's going on internationally. But generally just says well, the domestic economy is paramount. Now, I think they actually feel some big risk coming from abroad. And so. Calling out the US economy for a recession.

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"kevin castelo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:15 min | 2 years ago

"kevin castelo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"So gaining momentum to the upside we're definitely seeing a risk on rally across equity markets today. Your stocks fifty by the way is up more than one percent. The CAC forty is higher by one percent. The Dax is higher by almost that amount. The Footsie-100 higher by eight tenths of a percent. The ibex outperforming to the upside at one point two percent footsie mayor up eight tenths of a percent. Taking a look below the surface at the industry groups on Europe's equity benchmark you're seeing a lot of green banks commodity producers oil and gas stops and carmakers leading the gains the only sector in the red as telecoms. So that is the one sector that we're seeing a move lower. And that could have something to do with telecom. Italia. Which is one of the worst performing stocks on the stock six hundred this morning. We're looking at losses of eight point four percent. Four Telecom Italia. Some describing some analysts describing its update as a sobering. Reality. Check is Telecom Italia. Forecasts no domestic earnings for two thousand eighteen there's quite a few individual stock stories that are interesting this morning, actually because you've also got airlines moving lower Ryanair and EasyJet moving lower in today's session couple of the worst performers after right cut its outlook on cheaper airfares casino trading to the upside elsewhere in the markets. There's also a lot to discuss because the risk on rally looks like it could continue on the S and P five hundred s&p, NASDAQ and Dow futures heading higher. We saw gains in Asia the ten year treasury yield up basis point to seventy six hundred and oil also on the move higher its bid WTI fifty to forty eight Brent sixty one spot fifty four show Bloomberg business flash. Now to leeann guarantees later, but we. We will move to our top stories. I am to discuss what's coming up. The US. Treasury department has denied reports administration officials are considering measures to roll back tariffs on Chinese products to calm financial markets. Tom MacKenzie is Bloomberg's China. Correspondent markets rallied on the Wall Street Journal report early to pad their gains when the US treasury department issued a swift denial still few deny that Treasury Secretary. Steve Mnuchin is concerned about the ongoing impact of tariffs. And the report again puts the spotlight on divisions in the administration over how hard to push China. US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer is known as a China hawk. Ultimately, the decision on tariffs from fall to President Trump who sources tell Bloomberg is increasingly anxious to strike a deal with Beijing in the hopes of giving the markets a boost in Beijing. I'm Tom MacKenzie for Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And looking at the UK Theresa May is said to a promise program that conservatives she won't agree to keep Britain in a customs union with e EU according to Bloomberg. Sources the UK prime minister told the lawmakers there won't be an extension to the March. Brexit deadline discussions with opposition politicians has been continuing. Although with little signs of progress may wrote to labour, Jeremy Corbyn, who's boycotting the talks saying it would be impossible for her to rule out a no deal Brexit as he has demanded I mentioned Ryanair there when I was going through the data check Reina has lowered its full year guidance from a range of one point one billion to one point two billion euros the discount airline sites lower winter fairs which are expected to fall seven percent compared to the previously expected to percent drop further to this. See you Michael O'Leary says he can't rule out further cuts to airfares or slightly lower full year guidance. That's if there are unexpected Brexit developments, which adversely impact yields between now and the end of March and Shuki about the risk rally again. So yes, a bit of easing signs of easing and trade tensions markets choosing to look on the positive side of that given the headlines in the reports in the US yesterday. But also, of course, we continue to get. Noses about supportive policy around the world from China, and from fed officials Chicago fed president Charles Evans has added to the chorus of fed officials saying the US has some wriggle-room on the pace of rate hikes. I think we're actually well positioned to sort of assess held the date or coming in or whether or not our business contacts see things proceeding a little bit differently than the national data, and we can respond appropriately. So I think we can easily be patient Chicago fed president Charles Evans, they're speaking exclusively to Bloomberg. Meanwhile, fed vice chairman wrangle quarrels was upbeat about the economic outlook. But also echoed his colleague's saying it's time to be patient with policy. He also allowed that while a to hike dot plot in twenty nineteen as possible, the number could be fewer. So those are your top stories we've been through the markets. Now, let's turn to the latest in global news. I got to excited earlier Leon no worries. Ref. It's all North Korean official is likely to meet President Trump in Washington later this week Kim Jon toll is in the US capital is part of negotiations over his country's nuclear program. He said amid speculation that Trump Kim meeting could happen in Hanoi. The Minnie's prime minister we on fun Fook. I actually don't even know if you to decide to have the meeting in Vietnam, we don't know the final decision. However, if it happens here, we'll do our best facilitate the meeting the African Union is calling for a suspension of Dion congas presidential election results saying there were serious doubts about the accuracy. Bloomberg's Paul Richardson reports surprised comes as congress highest Cooper pace to rule Friday on an opposition challenge to the outcome. Presidential candidate Monte for you lose the results were rigged in favour of these rival Phoenix g security, the African Union wants the result suspended since a high level delegation to resolve the political crisis in Johannesburg pool. Richardson, Bloomberg daybreak Europe, South jersey election, Sweden is finally poised to get a new government. Stephan Lucian is almost certain to remain prime minister, Bloomberg's Amanda Bill Nye reports the government crisis that's been going on since the general election in September was finally sold last week as the former social democratic government managed to reach a deal. Liberal opposition parties in order to reach to Levin had to agree to cut income taxes considerably carry out reforms Instagram, Bloomberg daybreak Europe and government has given the final green light to populous plans for welfare benefits and a lower retirement age for many workers. Bloomberg's Kevin Costello has the details. Italy's coalition leaders signed off on the two key items after weeks of tension between Rome and the European Union. But Italy's slowing economy may bring a new round of spending difficulties according to newspaper, La Repubblica. Kevin Castelo, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron at tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Leon guarantee. This is Bloomberg Nara. Thank you Lianne. Now, two thousand eighteen activists investors move into Europe like never before Elliott management made a flurry of headlines with its stakes in the likes of telecom. Italia. And. Hell no he but Europe's biggest homegrown activists fund prefers a quieter approach. Seven capital own sizable chunks of some of Europe's biggest names, including Tisan, croup, AB and Ericsson. Bloomberg's Erik shot. Scott spoke to seven co-founder laws four Burg and began by asking whether he approves of the recent changes at ten group. There's been a lot of change in two thousand eighteen for us. We have in our four main holdings crop. It'd be an Ericsson. There.

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"kevin castelo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"kevin castelo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Francine lack when you're listening to Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And we're live from London. Now. This is what your markets are doing. We check the markets every fifteen minutes. I'm looking at futures. They're pointing to a higher open. I think two things will probably dominate today. One is whether we have any movement on Brexit. Whether we have any movement on a deal and so look out for any reaction to pound. And of course, what happens with trade. So I'm looking at stocks in Asia, they were a gaining building on the recent rally that we saw in risk assets amid optimism for progress on this U S, China trade talks, and I'm looking at futures here in Europe, and they're also indicating a higher open. Now, if you look at some of the fifty day moving average is for the first time since December the SNP index actually exceeded that average this is after the Wall Street Journal reported that Steve Mnuchin the Treasury Secretary in the US proposed easing, China tariffs. I'm looking at dollar little. Changed oil actually extending a bit of their gains will extending a third week of gains towards fifty three dollars a barrel in New York. So that's a Bloomberg business flash. We continue, of course, watching your markets, and it's all about terrorism. The US Treasury Secretary denying reports that administration officials are now considering measures to roll back tariffs on Chinese products to calm financial markets. Well, Tom MacKenzie is Bloomberg's China. Correspondent markets rallied on the Wall Street Journal report early to pad their gains when the US treasury department issued a swift denial still few deny that Treasury Secretary. Steve Mnuchin is concerned about the ongoing impact of tariffs. And the report again puts the spotlight on divisions in the administration over how hard to push China. US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer is known as a China hulk. Ultimately, the decision on tariffs will fall to President Trump who sources tell Bloomberg is increasingly anxious to strike a deal with Beijing in the hopes of giving the markets a boost in Beijing. I'm Thom mcan. Enzi for Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Now, Theresa May said to have promised pro Brexit. Conservatives want agreed to keep Britain in accustomed union with the EU, according to Bloomberg sources, the UK prime minister told lawmakers are won't be an extension to the March break that deadline discussions with opposition politicians has been continuing. Although with little signs of progress may wrote to labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, who's boycotting the talks saying it would be impossible for her to rule out a no deal Brexit as he has demanded onto some the corporate stories and Ryanair has lowered its full year guidance from a range of one point one billion to one point two billion euros the discount airline sites lower winter fairs which are expected to fall seven percent compared to the previously expected to percent drop. Well further this the chief executive Michael O'Leary says he can't rule out further cuts to airfares or a slightly lower full your guidance. That's if there are unexpected Brexit developments, which adversely impact yields between now and the end of March and. The tocado fed president Charles Evans has added to the chorus of fed officials saying the US has some wriggle-room on the pace of a rate hike. I think we're actually well positioned to sort of assess how the data coming in or whether or not our business contacts see things proceeding a little bit differently than the national data, and we can respond appropriately. So I think we can easily be patient. Those e tocado fed president Charles Evans speaking exclusively to Bloomberg. Meanwhile, the fed vice chair rental quarrels was upbeat about the economic outlook. But also, I could his colleague saying it's time to be patient with policy. He also allowed that while to hike dot plot. In two thousand nineteen is plausible the number could actually be fewer. So that some of the business stories for the latest now global news, here's Bloomberg's leeann guarantee highly good morning, Francine. It's up North Korean official is likely to meet President Trump in Washington later this week Kim Jong chill is in the US capitol as part of negotiations over his country's nuclear program. He's amidst. Speculation at Trump, Kim meeting could happen in Hanoi. Minis prime minister, we unfunded book. I actually don't know if the two will decide to have the meeting in Vietnam, we don't know the fun decision. However, if it happens here, we'll do our best silicate the meeting. The African Union is calling for a suspension of Congo's presidential election results saying there were serious doubts about the accuracy. Bloomberg's Paul Richardson reports surprised Amman comes as congress. Highs coupe is to rule Friday on an opposition challenge to the outcome. Presidential candidate Martin for you knew says the results were rigged in favour of his rival Phoenix g security, the African Union wants results suspended while since a high level delegation to help resolve the political crisis in Johannesburg, Pooh Richardson, Bloomberg daybreak Europe, full Mansell true. It's election, Sweden is finely poised to get a new government. Stephan. Lucian is only certain to remain prime minister, Bloomberg's the mandible no reports the government crisis that's been going on since the general election in September was finally sold last week as the former social democratic government. Manage to reach a deal to liberal opposition parties in order to reach to do levian had to agree to cut income taxes considerably carry out reforms Instagram, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And finally Italy's government has given the final green light populace plans for welfare benefits and a low retirement age for many workers blamed eggs, Kevin Kostelic house the details. Italy's coalition leaders signed off on the two key items after weeks of tension between Rome and the European Union. But Italy's slowing economy may bring a new round of spending difficulties according to newspaper, La Repubblica. Kevin Castelo, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Global news twenty four hours a day on air talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts symbol, the one hundred twenty countries. I'm Leon gerrans. This is Bloomberg Francine. Leeann thank you so much now with the morning sports news. Here's morale happiness.

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"kevin castelo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"kevin castelo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And what the market thinks of the fed and what they will do with his policy. Right. We know the fed in December raises policy rates a two and a quarter two and a half here. The market saying it'll go back below two at some point. So that was Tony crucial ski there from pimco five Federal Reserve indexes of regional manufacturing all slumped in December the first time they've fallen in unison since may of two thousand sixteen later on the manufacturing gauges do you out? In is also projected to fall to an eight month low now when it comes to all prices this morning OPEC production dropped by five hundred thirty thousand barrels a day last month about this sharpest pullback for nearly two years. According to a Bloomberg survey leading member Saudi Arabia trimmed output by four hundred and twenty thousand barrels a day in December, Libya and Iran. Also saw reductions of more than one hundred thousand barrels each but both through unplanned losses. Investors remain concerned that the cartel won't cut enough to make up for another surge in US shale supply. And perhaps that's why we're seeing prices lower this morning. Two percent when I look at WTI this after what was it? Jump in yesterday's session. Let's talk three some more headlines now from around the world. Here's Bloomberg's Leon GARRETT'S. Good morning, Markus. Mankind's first ever landing on the phone side of the moon has been successful. The Chinese space golf touchdown early this morning and will start sending back pictures in two thousand thirteen the country sent the first mission to land on the moon since the Soviet Union's. Luna. Twenty four in nineteen seventy six it's populist governments heads into a key year for its economic programs, but is Bloomberg's Kevin call stellar explains. The coalition already has differences of opinion following the showdown with the EU the two coalition partners are starting to disagree on this year's legislative priorities. Now that the controversial budget has been approved by the parliament government cohesiveness will be a major issue as Italy faces economic setbacks, and there are some signs Italy may be heading toward a recession in Rome. Kevin Castelo, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. The brother of an American man arrested in bombshell. Espionage charges insists his sibling is not a spy, Paul Whalen. A former marine who is now a director of global security for auto parts supplier, borgwarner was detained by the FSP security service on Friday, Jon Huntsman, America's ambassador to the country's paid his brother, David. Visit Paul's background is in law enforcement. He has military experience. He's in corporate security, and I just can't imagine him getting sideways of the law in Russia. Or doing anything anywhere close to breaking an espionage. And President Trump says North Korean leader Kim Jong UN sent him. What he called a great letter. And that the two with both later meet for a second time. Won't probably know have another meeting he'd like to make I like to make. We've established a very good relationship. We're giving no credit. He spoke a day after Kim threatened to backtrack on promises to give up his nuclear arsenal. If the US doesn't relax sanctions global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron talk on Twitter pump by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm young guarantee. This is Bloomberg Markus. Thanks very much. Indeed. Leon Manu supporters. Portly feeling good this morning with the morning sport is Joe Rawson, Manchester. United's caretaker boss all a socio has become really the second money in the club taste streets. A win his first.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"kevin castelo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Territorial caliphate in Iraq. And in Syria. Meanwhile, the partial US government shutdown is heading for a six-day with the White House and don't make is still at odds. So the President Trump's to to fund the Buddha wall, the president wants funny billion dollars for the wool while Democrats have proposed one point three billion full border security democratic leader Nancy Pelosi says the house will possible to reopen the government without money for a wool if the shutdown last pulse. January third Japan is facing international condemnation after confirming it will resume commercial whaling for the first time in more than thirty years from Tokyo, Bloomberg's Isabel Reynolds how small the country will drop the long distance whale hunts in the Southern Ocean that had continued under the guise of scientific research. And where the biggest course efficient with other nations. Japan will instead limit it's well waters in its own exclusive economic zone, which extends up to two hundred North Dakota's coast in Tokyo, Isabel Reynolds, Bloomberg daybreak here and a four point eight magnitude earthquake has hit Sicily Europe. Most active volcano mount EDNA, according to attending officials at least twenty eight people were injured. Bloomberg's Kevin Kostelic reports. The predawn earthquake was triggered by the eruption of the Mount Etna. Volcano in eastern, Sicily. Many people fled from their homes in panic leaving six hundred Italian villagers to find shelter. Elsewhere in Rome. Kevin Castelo, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron tick tock on Twitter pump by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and listen more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Leon guarantee. This is Bloomberg. Matt thank you very much. Let's get the European sports report for that we go to Joe Ross and Joe Liverpool manager year club is still not getting carried away by that position in the primarily table six points. Clear outlets. All hey side Spano win over Newcastle. Coincided with another defeat for champions, Manchester City, Manchester, United boss, only gonna social is hoping the performance. Midfield Paul pauper in that Premier League win over Huddersfield yesterday shows he's getting his best the club's record signing scored twice as many facts about victories under that cats commodity Chelsea beat what led by two goals, sworn off till one all draw away to Brighton struggling barely with five. One a home by Avidsson fuller with wolves took them off the bottom of the table and trainer. Paul Nicholls celebrates.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

10:34 min | 2 years ago

"kevin castelo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With thirty minutes into the equity trading session in Europe. Also, got some headlines on Russia, Marcus, absolutely. My name is Marcus Carlson. Let me bring you up to date with that headline as we all seeing hang on a minute. See from finder for you Russia, offering a seven-year euro-denominated bond at three percent areas. So that is the headline wasn't that narrow was just referring to it took me a second to get it up here on the Bloomberg terminal. We are indeed thirty minutes into the European equity session. The stock six hundred has softened from what was a flat start the European benchmark now down by about a quarter of a percentage point looking at the individual indices. We're seeing the footsie one hundred down by a tenth of one percent similar picture for the Dax as well as the gecko haunt in Paris. Those two indices down by two tenths of one percent investors. They've been digesting trade. Headlines overnight with Asian equities makes to the regional benchmark rising by four tenths of one percent. If you look at the Asian handover dragged higher by Japanese gains shares in Hongkong Shanghai. They've been lacking though with the Hang Seng index closing lower by run about two tenths of one percent. Looking at fixed income this morning. The ten year treasury yield softening somewhat gilts are bid where the result of the ten year. UK yield is dropping by runabout four basis points. The Brexit story, of course in the spotlight once again this morning in ethics. We sing stunning down by as much as two thirds of one percent with cable at one spot twenty seven forty three overall. We've seen some dollar weakness overnight that's turned into some dollar strength with the Bloomberg dollar spot index higher by a tenth of one percents. Yeah. In Dalian was kinda cr- caught in the crosshairs a little bit in the Asian session with risk on a meaning the yen was bid on trade news. President Trump says he's likely to push forward with plans to increase tariffs on two hundred. Billion dollars of Chinese goods, and he's flagging duties on all remaining imports from China if negotiations with president Xi Jinping failed to produce a trade deal. Trump told the Wall Street Journal apples China-made, iphones, and laptops, could be hit by tariffs. But Americans could quote very easily handle a ten percent. We've been getting some commentary from the US president regarding General Motors this as the c o of GM Mary Barra is taking painful measures to avoid another near death experience for the automaker. The story from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett Bara is dealing with two challenges. The first is the present American consumers are snubbing sedans like never before the second concerns the future doubts abound. The GM and other century-old industrial giants will be able to cope with the rise of electric cars and self driving technology is specially with the likes of tesla and technology giants such as Google's Waymo perceived to be on the forefront. Charlie pellett. Bloomberg daybreak Europe, President Trump, then he said that he's not pleased with General Motors and is putting pressure on GM to get back into Ohio. Trump has also warned the Brexit deal could jeopardize the UK's ability to strike a trade pact. With the US the US president called Prime Minister Theresa May's agreement a great deal for the EU and urged the UK to reopen negotiations. With Brussels something both sides have declared. They would not do parliament will hold a decisive vote on Brexit deal on December the eleventh with Theresa May telling the son that she will hold a TV debate with opposition leader, Jeremy Corbyn on December ninth. And meanwhile, she also sets off around the country to convince voters of the DO. She's heading to Northern Ireland today. The absolutely pops her toughest audience size. She's to some extent to try to persuade D U P lawmakers to vote with despite meeting late into the evening. Meanwhile, if turn to Italy Italy's government failed to agree on any changes in the all important deficit targets. Bloomberg's Kevin Costello reports. One report says the populace may have decided to save money by delaying the start of income support for the poor. And by trimming its pension reform Italy returns to selling bonds today. In hopes of rebounding from last week's disappointing auction in Rome. Kevin Castelo, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Those your top stories for the latest in global news. Here's Bloomberg's leeann guarantee on good morning. They ram you could Ukraine has declared martial law in some regions a day after Russia. Open five on his navy wounding several sailors and seizing three vessels Lindbergh's, Alexandra. Could you ski explains it will answer with thirty days and involves stepping up security President Shankar promised with political freedoms will not be detailed. He also said that the country would not go on a military offensive, the international noise refund which financial aid helps to keep the nation's economy flawed signaled with it will continue to work with Ukraine in men's risky. Bloomberg daybreak Europe, a growing number of rich Saudis are trying to move money onto the kingdom will draw plans to leave according to Bloomberg's sources from Dubai. Bloomberg's Matthew mountain has this report the trend which began after your arrest. Dozens of Saudi billionaires who are accused of corruption by the government in November two thousand seventeen has intensified since the murder of dramatic Xiaojie last month, anxiety among local business tycoons is now spreading foreign investors. This threatens Saudi Arabia's vision of shifting the economy away from a reliance on oil fueled government spending to the private sector in Dubai. Matthew modern Bloomberg daybreak Europe. The British academic jailed in the United Arab Emirates for spying has returned to the UK. And thank those for securing his release. Matthew hedges who says his own deal is surreal arrived on a fight to London that Thirty-one-year-old received a presidential pardon yesterday. Although the UAE still insists he worked for 'em. I six something. The UK denies his wife says she's so happy to have him home. And Senator Richard Shelby says US President Donald Trump is insistent on five billion dollars for boarder wall in his year and spending package. Bloomberg's Ed Baxter has the story. Richard Shelby says that risks blowing up negotiations. And triggering a partial government shutdown. The house has the spending Bill at five billion dollars. The Senate at one point six billion Shelby says he can't tell if the president has just posturing, but he says he doesn't think it's a good idea to shut down the government in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. Bloomberg daybreak. Global news twenty miles a day on Aaron it takes on Twitter Pablo more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Leon guarantee. This is Bloomberg Nara. Thanks so much Leon now is Europe the land of opportunity for investors tepid growth on the mainland Italy's, ongoing, budget uncertainty, and Brexit mean investors have to find their niche to maximize returns, but Glenn August CEO of hedge fund. Oh, kil advisers says there's gains to be made especially in shipping, German banking debt. He spoke exclusively with Bloomberg's Erik shots in New York. We actually been spending much more time on the distress. I in Europe, not in the liquid credit markets either. Because there's not so much stress in the market hail. Though. You starting to see more cracks. In that market because the European weakness. But again, that's four percents mental economic the economic recovery in Europe has been a lot slower not just brakes if you look at the German and French PM is they're down to go back full circle for a second. We started the year was global synchronized growth tailwind of tax cuts and now global synchronized growth doesn't feel they're in the tax cuts we spent so that's why again, there's more anxiety. But in Europe, get some of the capital goods companies are getting getting hurt. Some of the chemical companies are getting hurt we're actually spending a lot of our time is on shipping, which has been a lot of people. More people have lost money infant challenged by the sector. But we think there's interesting opportunity today in some of the debt, and the German banks in particular have been selling because it's closer to the maturity, and we think there's an opportunity take the collateral that a working out with the existing order. There's real estate opportunities in Spain. Spain is actually been doing reasonably well Italy is still challenged. And there's some selective opportunity. We're looking at that that script is still being written. What about across the channel? What if Theresa May can't get a Brexit deal with their own parliament sheriff's she's now? Europeans fanatic. Look, I think that would be a seemingly to may an event that would cost them dislocation. Although it's been pretty remarkable. If you look at all the dislocating events over the last decade people ended up buying and the market rallied back, which is why community. I think the market by and large still expects there to be a deal. And if there truly was a hard Brexit that was devastating. I think the markets would react negatively opportunities for sure. And a look the the thing I joke around. Both internally and externally. I don't I don't exactly know what I'm rooting for every day. We all wanna make money for investors. And so when the markets are performing, well, we're excited about the beta and the alpha opportunities, we think existing good markets to when the market is under performing we have the opportunity to to use the distress capably that we built up over thirty years to seize season the market, we have a very large distress fund that we raise two years ago that has billions of dollars of of dry powder that we've been waiting on number of investors actually recently with us and with others have been setting up separate accounts that only take effect the investment period starts went high yield spreads widen. So I think that if the market if whether it's Brexit, whether it's a very troubling meeting between President Trump from president j whether there's Italy issues, I think that if if there's market opportunity than we in our brethren have a lot of capital season that opportunity there will be some who will be. Forced to sell will choose to sell because of fear. And that's when often there's some very good opportunity to rooting for his overreaction. Yeah. I think I think that overreaction is good as long as you. Don't get swept in it yourself. That was okay. Ceo, Glenn, August, speaking exclusively to Eric Schadt Skar up next power merlot Gaynor of London capital group joins us in the studio. Veterans face treacherous situations filled with peril while.

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04:05 min | 2 years ago

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"Son that she will hold a TV debate with position leader, Jeremy Corbyn on December the ninth and despite meeting late into the evening Italy's government has failed to agree on any changes in the all important deficit targets. Bloomberg's Kevin Castillo reports. One report says the populace may have decided to save money by delaying the start of income support for the poor. And by trimming its pension reform, Italy returns to something bonds today in hopes of rebounding. From last week's disappointing auction in Rome. Kevin Castelo, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And looking at BT yields this morning, they are lower for a fifth consecutive session with the ten year BT yelled at three point two three percent down by about another four basis points. Let's get you some more headlines from around the world Harris. Bloomberg's leeann Garrett said morning, Markus. Ukraine has declared martial law in some regions day off to Russia. Even five minutes navy wounding several sailors and seizing three vessels. Bloomberg's Alexandra Kujat ski explains it will ask for thirty days and evolve stepping up security, president Pedro power Shankar promised the political freedoms will not be failed. He also said, but the country would not go on a military offensive. The International Monetary Fund, which financial aid helps to keep the nation's economy flawed signaled will continue to work with Ukraine immense sonically risky. Bloomberg daybreak Europe a growing number of which Saudis are trying to. As money out of the kingdom will draw plans to leave according to Bloomberg's sauces from Dubai. Bloomberg's Matthew Morton has this report the trend which began after the arrests of dozens of Saudi billionaires who were accused of corruption by the government in November two thousand seventeen has intensified since the murder of your mouth Xiaojie last month, anxiety among local business tycoons is now spreading foreign investors in Saudi Arabia's vision of shifting the economy away from a reliance on oil fueled government spending to the private sector in Dubai. Matthew mountain? Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Meanwhile, Saudi com prince Mohammad bin Salman is in Egypt as part of his first foreign tour since the murder of Jamal Kisco Cokie he was welcome to Cairo by president el-sisi. He voice support for the kingdom of to the journalists was killed Saudi Arabia's one of Egypt's leading backers. And finally Senator Richard Shelby says he was President Donald Trump is insistent on five billion dollars for a border wall in his year end spending package, the bugs Ed Baxter. Has the story. Richard Shelby says that risks blowing up negotiations and triggering a partial government shutdown. The house has the spending Bill at five billion dollars. The Senate at one point six billion Shelby says he can't tell if the president has just posturing, but he says he doesn't think it's a good idea to shut down the government in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. Bloomberg daybreak cable news twenty four hours a day on Erin. It takes on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm we guarantee this is Bloomberg Marcus vice very much indeed Lianne now as we've been reporting this morning. Donald Trump has been talking tough on China threatening essentially fresh tariffs or raising fresh tariffs on Chinese imports going forward. Perhaps we need to new ones that though because we've also been hearing from a foreign ministry spokesman over in Beijing Gangchuan who says that Trump and Xi Jinping have agreed to reach a mutually beneficial agreement or a green. Even as we're looking ahead to the two men meeting at the G twenty summit in Buenos Aires. Let's bring in some commentary next John Roe head of multiasset funds at legal and general joins us in the studio. Great w hey, John. I just wanted to sort of ask you fast, then about all of the headlines. Do you think that what we've been hearing to the Trump administration is to a certain extent just just positioning just in negotiating tactic? Not. I don't think. So so really the tribal hasn't were brilliant. Well for Trump so far he's got a record trade deficit globally..

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:43 min | 2 years ago

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"On Wall Street. Good morning. I'm Nathan Hager. I'm John Tucker. We aren't just about three hours away from the opening of US trading. Analysts get you up to date on the news, you need to know at this hour, US futures and stocks rising around the world to begin the trading week oil also higher after seven straight weekly declines UK Prime Minister Theresa may begin selling her Brexit agreement to a skeptical. Parliament today the deal was finalized with the European Union over the weekend stocks and bonds in Italy are rallying after signs that the budget compromise with European Union. Bloomberg's Kevin Costello reports from Rome. Worrying that Italian deficit target vindicates. The populace are ready to come closer into line with European Union rules, but plenty of details remain to be worked out, including whether the Italian spending cuts will be enough for the EU, and what will happen to the populace welfare, pension and tax plans in Rome. Kevin Castelo, Bloomberg daybreak. I thank you. Kevin Carlos gone has been dismissed as chairman of Mitsubishi Motors. The move comes less than a week after his removal from Nissan Motor following allegations of financial misconduct gone remains in detention for questioning by Tokyo, prosecutors car plant in Canada that General Motors has operated for sixty five years could be on the verge of shutting down. Bloomberg news has learned the company will announce today that it's ending production at the plant in Ontario, German business sentiment soured further in November signs of cooling foreign demand and rising trade tensions continue to drag on growth in. Germany after a summer economic contraction, bitcoin extending its tumbled to below four thousand dollars has currencies full across the board. Checking the price of bitcoin this morning down seven point eight percent at three thousand nine hundred and twenty five dollars. And it is another big day for retailers and shoppers as consumers take to the internet for cyber Monday. Six thirty two on Wall Street time for the volatility index report the vix rose on Friday to finish the week at twenty one fifty two separately in today's extended morning trading vix is currently at twenty point four six that is this morning's volatility report and this morning when we have risk God across the board. S&p futures right now thirty two points that's up one point two percent. The Dow futures up two hundred sixty three points that's up one percent. And the NASDAQ futures are up one hundred ten points of one point seven percent. The euro one thirteen sixty eight stronger against the dollar a three tenths of a percent. Japanese. And one thirteen eighteen that's down two tenths of a percent against the greenback. This morning ten year yield to the US down five thirty.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"kevin castelo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That we are beginning to see is the return of this equilibrium in the market as a result of this rise in applies over person demand that may lead into resurgence. If you like. Buildup in inventories, which is not in the interests of anyone. That was the OPEC secretary general Muhammed Canedo now some European politics to take into account this morning. Italy faces the deadline to resubmit its twenty thousand nineteen budget plans to the European Union. Bloomberg's Kevin Castelo reports Italy's populist coalition has been defiant say will stick with it's expensive program and the controversial budget deficit of two point four percent for next year deputy premier Luigi Demayo says following EU rules could trigger a recession. But the EU says Italy must follow those rules, otherwise the country may be facing a disciplinary proceeding in Rome. Kevin Castelo, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Let's talk about Brexit negotiators are working through the night in an effort to reach deal. But you get Prime Minister Theresa may says the final stage of talks is proving quoted mentally difficult in an evening speech in the city of London may negotiations are now in the end game. But that's significant. Problems remain. And of course, it includes the new relationship, we will forge with our European allies. As we leave the European Union negotiations for our departure are now in the end game. And we're working extremely hard through the night to make you focus on the remaining issues in the withdrawal agreement which are significant sides want to reach an agreement. The what we are negotiating is immense, mentally difficult, and I do not shy away from that. Both the UK European Union believe they only have until tomorrow to secure a deal if it's to be signed off by a special EU summit this month. Now we were talking about apple an apple supplies coming under pressure a little bit earlier. Goldman Sachs shares tumbled the most since twenty eleven last night after Malaysia's government said it wants a full refund of fees paid for one MD, be fundraising. Prosecutors have implicated three of its staff in a multibillion dollar fraud sent on the state investment fund in Malaysia the prime. Minister-in-waiting Anwar Ibrahim said a short time ago that Malaysia must be more aggressive in pursuing its claims against Goldman. And Vodafone and Telecom Italia are said to be in talks to jointly built a next generation wireless network in Italy. According to people familiar, the two companies have signed a nondisclosure agreement about potential collaboration on a five G network. The aim is to reach the first quarter of two thousand nineteen that could include sharing wireless towers and granting each other access to four point eight billion euros at five t spectrum representatives for Telecom Italia and Vodafone have declined to comment. Let's get you some more headlines now from around the world here backs Leon guarantee. Good morning. Good morning, Markus. Thirteen undeclared North Korean missile operating bases have been identified. That's according to a new report. It's believed the secret sites could be used to launch intercontinental ballistic missiles, Bloomberg's Peter pay reports research group, which is commercially available satellite. Images. Identified thirteen sites believed to have underground facilities. Attaining mobile entrees report comes to nuclear toffee, the US. North Korea hit another snag last week with a New York meeting between secretary of state by COPA peyot, North Korea. Stop negotiator was abruptly castle in so appear pay Bloomberg daybreak Europe violence continues in southern Israel and Gaza after militants fired rockets over the border and the army attacked military sites in this strip. Bloomberg's Jonathan funds got reports Palestinians launched more than three hundred rockets mortars at Israel. It was the worst one day barrage. In four years is really air. Force jets struck at least seventy targets across the territory, which is ruled by the militant Islamic group HAMAs. It was just a day before that both sides said they were trying to work out a ceasefire Jonathan I Bloomberg daybreak Europe emergency services in California now dealing with what has become the deadliest wildfires in US history and east forty two people are known to have been killed five. Chief Mark Lorenzen says more problems are ahead. We had to brand new starts in. Obviously it just hit. It's home on the fact that we are still in significant fire weather and the existing fire is not our only concern an Anglo America will address the European parliament later today, the German Chancellor will use his speech to lay out gender for the twenty eight member block Berg's, Patrick Donohue has more. You leaders will meet in a month in Brussels to thrash out a new plan to integrate the euro area will also talk about Europe defending itself. Better is the global order is shaken a question hanging over the German Chancellor will be how much forty she can preserve after she gives up the leadership of her Christian Democratic Union next month and Berlin, Patrick Donahue. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron at tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Yan guarantees. This is being beg Yussef. Thank you for that ten. Let's get you. A bit of a preview of what's coming up on Bloomberg daybreak Europe. We're going to be.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

07:39 min | 2 years ago

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"Manafort is scheduled, for a second trial next month on charges of money laundering obstructing Justice and acting as an unregistered foreign. Agent of Ukraine the verdict hands a crucial victory the special counsel Robert Mueller as the president and his allies question while you just heard that the legitimacy of his work. Let's cross over now to Singapore where Garfield Reynolds from, the markets live team will help us connect the dots to what's going. On with with concerns to the global markets. Garfield Asian markets reacted to the news about Michael Cohen but now seem to be doing fairly well or at. Least are mixed Totally gave us another anxious start to the morning as headlines cross just when. This in Sydney in New Zealand where we're starting to, get going in fact before Japan had really woken up so to speak The Amy's the s&p futures definitely took a hit and you could see the treasury futures were bid at the same time however Unlike yesterday's Trump comments on defeat and the dollar. There was no real follow through those a little bit of initial pain for Japanese stocks because of some gains for the yen. But then once those turned around those one away and the rest of the market's pretty much decided that was business as usual there was a sense that it's, way too early to tell what if any. Market impact there might be from the Legal News that came out of the night I can see that we. Have The Mexican peso gaining some ground right now, against the US dollar although the dollar is otherwise, strong is that all down to the NAFTA deal speculation oh yeah absolutely the peso and the Canadian dollar were going nowhere much. Like most other currencies until the news broke of a cycle handshake deal between the US and Mexico on NAFTA the Mexican currency. Gained very strongly on the back of that when news came out first of all from the Canadian side of the denial and then for the Mexican side that, there's no actual deal in place The Mexican peso pared those gains but it's still up more than half. A. Percent by contrast the Canadian dollar it was up earlier and then as soon as the dials came out even from the Canadian side. That killed off that year they, had perhaps been some speculation that a deal for Mexico within opened. Up, the way, for some sort of, an accord with Canada on after it looks like even year today. The Mexican pesos done quite well, right now up ten percent against the US dollar? So, very, interesting. Day again for the peso but otherwise the dollar really showing some decent strength against most other currencies Garfield thanks very much Garfield Reynolds there from our end life teen checkout his work and the rest of the team's work on the blog if you, have a Bloomberg, terminal just say m. l. i. v.. Go to get to that space now US President Donald Trump has China China's economy has said China's economy is no longer a swift pace, to be larger than the US is comment is likely to still concerns in Beijing. His administration wants to contain the as an, Asian nations rise it comes as China's vice commerce minister is doing Washington. Today. For the first significant trade talks between the two countries in more than two months tomorrow the US tariffs on sixteen billion a further. Sixteen billion dollars of Chinese imports, are due to come into effect to make the grand total fifty. China, is expected, to retaliate in kind And finally sterling has regained a, little bit of ground today after yesterday pairing gains on news that the Brexit talks will now be. Nonstop Bloomberg's Ian Wishart says this comes ahead of October's, looming. Deadline for the EU and the UK, to reach a deal you. K- purchase extra Dominic club and his European, Union counterpart Michelle. Bunny mentioned. Vessels yesterday for the first time since the summer great can. The Brexit talks rob and bunny. Agreed that with time rapidly, running out to get a deal the negotiations will continue now more or less known stall they didn't make any breakthrough again yesterday. The problem of how to keep the Irish border invisible as. Well as disagreements about the future. Economic relationship continue in Brussels in was shot Bloomberg daybreak Europe let's get the rest of your world national news headlines. For that we go to leeann guarantee leeann good morning Matt in Australia prime minister Malcolm Turnbull is fighting for his job as chief rival pizza. Dunton prepares to mount another challenge Bloomberg Jason Scott reports while Turnbull coffee unity after fading. Harm, affairs minister Peter Dodson in the ballot of liberal party lawmakers on Tuesday more fractures emerge within these government a. Raft of ministers who voted to ask the prime minister offered. To resign while Dutton took to the saying he was best reversing. The. Government's slumping Paul writings and winning elections due by may in, camera Jason Scott Bloomberg daybreak Europe Facebook. Says it's taken down six hundred and fifty two more. Pages and accounts say what it, calls a wounded in inauthentic behavior the social media network says some of the activity originated in Russia. And Iran Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is not something that, you. Ever fully cell or adversaries are sophisticated, and well funded and we. Have to constantly keep improving to stay ahead, but the ship. We've made. From reactive to proactive detection is a big change and it's. Gonna make Facebook safer for everyone. Overtime Microsoft said it seized wet, domains being used by Russian hackers masquerading as conservative organizations Twitter's also suspended two hundred and eighty four accounts for engaging in manipulation including some linked to. Iran and the Italian government is considering involving state lenders see, DP. In public take. The highway, concession now held by Atlanta's autos Daunte Kevin Kostelic says this comes, after the deadly bridge collapse that could mean CDP. Eventually taking a controlling stake, in autostrada according to people familiar with the preliminary considerations another. Potential option would be to revoke autostrada highway contract after the Italian bridge collapse in Rome Kevin, Castelo Bloomberg daybreak Europe Lebanese twenty four hours a day. On Aaron it tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and listen more than one hundred twenty countries I'm the I'm garren. This is Bloomberg Matt leeann thanks very much for that now let's look at what you should. Be watching today, China's vice commerce minister is in Washington DC for the first significant trade. Talks between the two countries in more than two months also America plans, to impose new sanctions on Russia to punish Vladimir Putin's government for the nerve, agent attack in the. UK those sanctions go into effect today and at. Seven pm UK time, we get the minutes of the. Fed's August policy meeting ahead of a priced in rate hike in next month's meeting definitely something you want to. Keep an eye on there so we're going to continue to talk about Donald Trump's.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"kevin castelo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The senate contest populist program has rattled international investors they're concerned about the italian coalitions spending plans and proposed tax cuts the government also plans to curb migration into the country in rome kevin castelo well the uk's main opposition party has proposed a plan to stay in the eu single market a move that kid nudge the country toward closer ties with the block after brexit in an amendment to prime minister theresa may's flagship brexit legislation labor leader jeremy corbyn is making a formal goal in negotiations to keep full access to the single market theresa may is determined to leave ease internal market and while it's unlikely the pro e u tories would want to back an official labour proposal it's possible that they could propose a similar rewrite that labor would back knife she is defeated the risk increases of an early election in the uk and may is likely to face a leadership challenge from brexit supporters of her own party here and we build on the breakfast story matters we build of course towards the you leaders summit that takes place in brussels at the end of june i'll be on the ground there in brussels full that will we see once again they said big big big issue of brexit pushed to the sidelines by the other integration issues that the eurozone has to talk about because of course they're busy on that foot on that front with the italy sorry ringing everybody's ears now let's talk about what's going on on trade because the us and china how continuing to haggle over the shape of a deal to fend off an impending trade war bloomberg has learned that ahead of a mid june deadline for imposing tariffs on chinese imports beijing has offered to boost purchases of us goods by about twenty five billion dollars this year meanwhile washington is finalizing a deal to allow china's said t to resume purchases from american suppliers china's ministry of commerce didn't give a response when asked about the reports on trade and said t now the white house says the president trump doesn't plan to dump nafta instead is considering bilateral deals with canada and mexico what is economic adviser larry kudlow made the announcement on fox news.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 3 years ago

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"Daybreak good morning to you at six thirty on wall street i'm bob moon and i'm karen moskow vr just about three hours away from the opening of us trading let's get you up to date on the news you need to know at this hour we are seeing some stabilization in the markets this morning stocks and bonds in italy are rising stock index futures are higher after the dow's nearly four hundred point decline yesterday italy meantime appears headed toward snap elections as early as july after per premier designate carlo qatar rallies latest attempt to form a government shows little progress bloomberg's kevin cost hello reports from rome culturally really was expected to present his list of proposed cabinet ministers during a meeting with president sergio mozzarella but culturally left the presidential palace without making any announcements the political turmoil in italy is severely disrupting financial markets which may be starting to have concerns about italy's commitment to the euro common currency in rome kevin castelo bloomberg daybreak thanks kevin eight ten year bond auction from italy this morning is also helping to reassure markets the offerings bid to cover ratio barometer of market demand was one point four eight times the amount offer that's the highest level since december in other news president trump said he's moving ahead with plans to impose tariffs on fifty billion dollars of chinese imports and curb investment insensitive technology that move comes ahead of next week's of the next round of trade talks later this week share the royal bank of scotland are down almost one and a half percent chief financial officer un stevenson who was seen as a potential ceo at arby s unexpectedly resigned to pursue another opportunity and martin sorrell is returning to the london stock exchange just six weeks after his ouster as ceo of wpp of her mortally funded by searle as for capital will be acquired by darren capital soro will head that company it is now six thirty two on wall street time for the volatility index report and the vix rose sharply yesterday to.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"kevin castelo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Maybe starting to have concerns about italy's commitment to the euro common currency in rome kevin castelo bloomberg daybreak europe russell journalists has died after being shot near his home in kiev according to russian union cranium police authorizing about a crush russian military planning sixteen arcadi up jenkins said he received death threats and left his home country he was an outspoken critic of the kremlin and works in kiev as a presenter on ukraine's eighty rt russia has faced harsh criticism at the un security council for its role in the two thousand fourteen downing of malaysia airlines jet days after investigation found that a russian missile struck the plane carrying two hundred ninety eight people dutch foreign affairs minister steph block said that moscow should acknowledge its role downing a flight amateur seventeen stark reminder of how an armed conflict in any of the world can impact any of it at any time this is another reason why the international community cannot allow this conflict to persist until officials from north korea and the us a meeting with a flurry of preparations ahead of the trump came summits the on off again confusion is dying dama bloomberg's kevin surly saying that north korea has been engaging with the white house since president trump called off a meeting last friday is if north korea wants to have a bolstered konami they're going to have to play ball in terms of giving up their weapons programs look democrats have been adamant in their criticism saying that the reason this north korea summit had to be pulled out of us because the white house simply didn't have their act together republicans are saying this is a good thing because it actually suggests the president trump wants a longterm denuclearization deal and that's something in the shortterm global news twenty four hours a day on and talk on twitter powered by twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries this is bloomberg marcus thank you and let's get some more now from the french open whether your morning sports here's calumnies british number one and then to the second round at the french open tennis with cameron inaction liter roland garros intimate made easy work trillion alex in his opening match naughty frenchman luca we put a police in the last thirty two elsewhere world number one raphael the dow also off italy's simoni bolelli and.

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"Some time with you to talk commodities paul gauges senior analyst at sanford bernstein let's get over to leeann guarantees now for the world and national news leeann good morning matt you officials are set to reject potential uk solution to the crucial irish border issue according to people familiar bloomberg's sandra kilhof says the development is deepening the stalemate in the brexit negotiations while the uk hasn't made a formal proposal it has indicated that the blocks backstop solution for maintaining an invisible border should apply to the whole of britain according to three people familiar with the new position it would mean that all of the case stays in part of the single market and customs union as a last resort to avoid a border on the island of ireland but the european commission opposes this plan and only wants to offer that special status to northern ireland according to the people in london sandra kilhof bloomberg daybreak europe south african president cyril ramaphosa has left a commonwealth leaders summit in london to deal with violent protests at home clashes have taken place in northwest province where protesters are demanding jobs housing and an end to corruption today's the deadline for italy's mediated to come up with a solution for for the country's political deadlock that is bloomberg's kevin kostelic says obstacles still remain cousin lot they held an afternoon meeting with a delegation from the center right parties than the special mediator met separately in the evening with italy's five star movement but obstacles remain five stars says it's not available for government talks with former premier silvio berlusconi in rome kevin castelo bloomberg daybreak europe and a decision on who should succeed the queen as head of the commonwealth is expected later leaders of the fifty three member states will today vote is still prince toes will take over the room the commonwealth outgoing cia malta's prime minister joseph muscat has backed him we are certain that when he will be called upon to.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"kevin castelo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Democratic primary was rigged in favour of your clinton or comments do pbs and cnn came after donna brazile the interim democratic national grid each year in 2016 said to politico were new book but there was another ethical financial deal between the party and clinton's campaign b ball clinton discussed her view are now she lost the 2016 election clinton spoke of women national democratic club this is a much more complicated story i believe without the call me letter i would've won but i think the other stuff in the atmosphere was also affecting people and then voters suppression we now know two to three hundred thousand people were turned away from the polls in wisconsin outlaw clinton also says russia was abel to use wikileaks to misinform the american public president trump rejected the possibility of shielding certain immigrants from deportation during negotiations do spending bills according to people returned to the beating of the white house trump told republican lawmakers he opposes any effort to include a legislation to protect about eight hundred thousand people were to the us legally as children in sicily this weekend elections will provide an early look at alduques jews national votes in italy is shaping up bloomberg government castillo has more from rome former premier silvio berlusconi and his centreright allies have taken the lead in public opinion polls before the regional voting perlis kony's likely coalition is seeking major gains over italy's anti establishment five star movement and the centreleft group led by the nationally ruling democratic party in rome kevin castelo bloomberg daybreak were carried candles and push bicycles alone manhattan's hudson river waterfront borders last night honored the eight people killed in tuesday's rampage with.

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