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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:47 min | 7 months ago

"london charles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Fake There's no question about that We stand together and condemning the invasion of Ukraine sanctioning Russia meanwhile the emergency spending bill heads to the Senate where approval is likely next week Here in the UK closer to home Boris Johnson is warning that he can not shield people from the cost of living crisis Bloomberg's cable has this news The prime minister said the government would help Britain's facing a record fall in living standards where it can but offered very little in the way of new measures to ease the burden on households Johnson said the money spent cutting bills in the short term is not investing in bringing down bills in the longer term the foreign minister spokesman ruled out an emergency budget and said the government's capacity to inject money is finite in London Charles gave war Bloomberg day break Europe Now Central Bank policymakers have been out in force Cleveland fled president Loretta mester has opened the gates again to the chances of a 75 basis point hike She told Bloomberg that she favors half point interest rate increases but would support a bigger move later on If inflation does not ease by the second half of this year We don't rule out 75 forever right I mean what I'm going to do is I think 50 the cadence we're going now seems about right to me in the second half of the year We may have to if we don't have inflation moving down we may have to speed up But if we see inflation moving down and demand moving down more than we might be predicting then we can adjust at that point Elsewhere U.S. CPI is out late today And a new study says China risks a tsunami of coronavirus infections resulting in $1.6 million.

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"london charles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:55 min | 7 months ago

"london charles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Heathrow Airport and reading and shenfield are already running in London Charles cape or Bloomberg daybreak Europe Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm neon garands this is Bloomberg Anna Leon thank you very much now back to the earnings story and we've heard a lot from French banks today In fact a lot from the banking sector in Europe So cities general got a boost from higher interest rates and market volatility in the first quarter That helped offset rising costs as the French lender prepares to exit its Russian business A lot of questions though still hang over the exit of that Russian business and how smoothly that can be executed So cities general CEO Frederick gudea said the bank is moving ahead smoothly with that closing process for the its Russian asset rosbank He spoke exclusively to my colleague Caroline Conan Very strong performances across the board and actually a very strong management of the custom the cost increases related to the variable compensation and taxes So again very strong performances Because the risk 60% comes from Russia both onshore and offshore exposure The rest of the customer risk is very good At the end of the day it's 39 basis points under control We are saying for the free year between 30 and 35 basis points So it's limited We will book the impact of the disposal of rosbach in the second quarter Let me just highlight that the impact of capital is actually largely booked in the first quarter And so when we will close and when we dispose in the second quarter the impact on capital would be very limited Could you tell us exactly how much you got from the sale of rosebank two Vladimir Putin analysts expect it root cover the €500 million of subordinated debt Is that all you got No we don't disclose the.

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"london charles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 7 months ago

"london charles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Central Bank is set to raise rates 1% its fourth straight interest rate hike significantly it'll also lay out how it intends to take uncharted steps to unwind to more than a decade of bond purchases policymakers led by governor Andrew Bailey are going to have to balance efforts to contain inflation at a 30 year high against the risk that raising rates will slow the recovery Now Boris Johnson is to meet his Japanese counterpart fumio kushida in London later today where they're expected to discuss a plan to help Asian nations diversify away from Russian oil and gas Meanwhile this comes as a UN says more than 300 civilians have now been evacuated from the war blasted Mario pole in a new safe passage operation in Ukraine And finally London's long awaited crossrail project is opening this month after yes and years of delays Bloomberg's Charles cape or has that story Officially called the Elizabeth line the railway connects the east of London to the west of the city and will open on May 24th subject to final approvals That's following years of delays and cost overruns so much so that it became a running joke for Londoners The line will run as four separate railways at first and connect as one by autumn this year the central section opening this month connects paddington to Abby wood while the services to Heathrow Airport and reading and shenfield are already running in London Charles cape or Bloomberg daybreak Europe Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake.

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"london charles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:18 min | 8 months ago

"london charles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Or ten Good morning Samuel Good morning Caroline Let's start with Netflix which can't chill The streaming service has slumped 26% post market after it lost 200,000 subscribers in the first quarter Its first decline in a decade The streamer is looking at a lower priced model that carries adverts to stem the tide of competing services and rampant account sharing Let's hear from co chief executive officer Reed Hastings I'm a bigger fan of consumer choice And allowing consumers who would like to have a lower price and our advertising tolerant get what they want makes a lot of sense So that's something we're looking at now We're trying to figure out over the next year or two Meanwhile Netflix has also seen another drop of 2 million users in this period Here in the UK Boris Johnson has apologized to the House of Commons for breaking lockdown rules he devised Bloomberg's Charles caple reports on the party Gates debt scandal Boris Johnson however also insisted he didn't think at the time he'd done anything wrong He said the gathering was before a meeting on COVID strategy and he didn't think it could amount to a breach of the rules The prime minister was seeking to bring an end to a scandal that has plagued him for months attempting to move the conversation on to the war in Ukraine and the cost of living crisis The labor leader appealed to backbench Tories to bring honesty and integrity back to politics and Mark Harper a conservative MP said Johnson is no longer worthy of the office he holds But so called party gate shows no sign of stopping There is still the prospect of more fine sir Johnson and MPs will vote on Thursday on whether to refer Johnson to the committee on standards for misleading parliament in London Charles cape or Bloomberg daybreak Europe And Russia has given the under siege Ukrainian city of Mario Po a deadline of midday UK time to surrender but resistance forces have repeatedly rejected the call Ukraine's president Vladimir zelensky has a game called for more weapons despite pledges of further support from Britain and the U.S. He has described the situation in Mario pole at extremely severe with civilians given no access to humanitarian corridors Purposefully.

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"london charles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 8 months ago

"london charles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"More of the top Stories we're covering today Samuel Good morning Tom Here in the UK Boris Johnson has suffered his first resignation since he and the Chancellor Rishi sunak were fined for breaking coronavirus laws Bloomberg's Charles capel has the details David wolfson a junior justice minister who sits in the House of lords cited repeated rule breaking and breaches of the criminal law in Downing Street as a reason for his resignation It is the most significant sign of dissent within the Tory party since Johnson and soon equipped earlier this week for a gathering on the prime minister's birthday in June 2020 while there are some signs of dissatisfaction including a back bench Tory and P calling for the prime minister to resign It is a dramatic turnaround from two months ago when growing dissent in the conservative ranks nearly led to Johnson's removal In London Charles cape or Bloomberg daybreak Europe The UK is set to announce a partnership with Rwanda as part of an effort to curb illegal immigration across the English Channel It's been reported the government plans to send migrants to the East African country for processing The issue of people crossing the channel has vexed the British government for years with tens of thousands of people using the route each year to enter the UK Boris Johnson will give a speech on migration today And let's start with the U.S. which is sending Ukraine $800 million worth of new military firepower following an appeal from president Vladimir zelensky And the Baltic states will become the next targets if the freedom of Ukraine falls Western countries have ever seen to make it happen And the number of people.

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"london charles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:39 min | 8 months ago

"london charles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Who has today's top stories morning Leanne Caroline good morning and thank you European Union member states have agreed to ban coal imports from Russia the first time the blockers targeted Moscow's crucial energy revenues the sanctions package coordinated with the U.S. and the UK also bars most Russian trucks and ships from entering the EU in the U.S. Congress has voted overwhelmingly to strip Russia of its normal trade status putting it in the same category as pariah states such as North Korea and Cuba a ban on imports of gas oil and coal also passed with bipartisan support Now Russia has been suspended from the United Nations Human Rights Council following alleged atrocities in Ukraine the U.S. said it is the first step as Bloomberg's Ed Baxter reports Secretary of State Antony Blinken says exactly the right move and U.S. ambassador to the UN Linda Thomas Greenfield says the body must proceed with investigation and punishment It's about the credibility of the UN Right now the world is looking to us They are asking if the United Nations is prepared to meet this moment Greenfield calls it an historic moment with work left to be done In San Francisco I'm at Baxter Bloomberg daybreak Europe Here in the UK Chancellor Rishi sunak is asking the Bank of England to support the government's new energy plan including investment in North Sea oil and gas Bloomberg's Charles capel has more The Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey saying the financial policy committee should have regard to the strategy and its plans to invest in transitional hydrocarbons like gas sooner also sent similar letters to two financial regulators the PRA and the FCA The instruction to regulate his reflects growing concern about energy security in light of Russia's war in Ukraine The UK ramped up its plans to build new nuclear power stations and offshore wind farms in its new energy strategy announced yesterday The document also had targets on hydrogen and solar as well as measures to spur North Sea oil and gas projects in London Charles gave all Bloomberg daybreak Europe And here in London metal traders are still reeling from the historic squeeze in nickel a month ago investors at the exchanges warehouse across the 6 main contracts on the London metal exchange have plunged to the lowest on record in data going back to 1997 That was increasing the threat of further spikes than everything from aluminium to zinc Zinc inventories have plunged as Trafigura booked out large volumes of nickel itself remains at risk of a further turmoil Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Jan guerin's this is Bloomberg Caroline Thank you so much I go into our top stories this morning Now to one of our top interviews a conversation with the financial conduct authorities CEO Nikhil rati he joined Francis LaCroix for a conversation and offered details about this new three year regulation strategy There's been announced by the FCA It includes action that the regulator is taking actually against big tech names like Twitter and meta when it comes to fraudulent ads in the UK But first of all shared with francine the biggest challenges that he's actually faced in his well since taking over at the FCA in 2020 There's been a.

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"london charles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:46 min | 11 months ago

"london charles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of energy supplies of gas supplies from Russia is an unlikely scenario It's of course not excluded It can happen but my impression is that most companies still expect that to be some sort of solution of this conflict which is not as bad Okay looking back then over the last 6 months when this does seem to be a rebound in terms of sentiment after really 6 months of a lot of difficulties So is this also perhaps the start of a turning point Yes the geopolitics is a factor but at least this is better than the previous 6 months It certainly is So in the previous 6 months the supply constraints were getting worse and worse and there was a lot of uncertainty about the delta wave And then omnikron was expected to be very bad and now it turns out maybe it isn't as bad And we are now looking at the possibility that the summer will be a lot better So that's companies seem to be expecting also in the most affected areas If we look at services and tourism for instance expectations for the summer companies tell us are quite optimistic So the idea is maybe the pandemic will be overcome by then and that would improve the business in services It would also ease supply chain disruptions It will shift some demand from goods to services and thereby also ease the pressure on the inflation front So there is a positive economic scenario for the summer Okay If I present Clements thank you on the more optimistic outlook from German businesses Yeah absolutely Let's get over now to Bloomberg's Hannah George standing by with all the latest in our top news stories Come on Hannah Good morning Carolina thank you Boris Johnson met the U.S. president and other European leaders to discuss how to tackle Russian aggression against Ukraine The prime minister's office said the 80 minute discussion focused on the need to take all steps within our power to prevent Russian aggression He spoke to reporters after the meeting Invading Ukraine from a Russian perspective is going to be a painful violent and bloody business And I think it's very important that people in Russia understand that this could be a new Chechnya NATO is sending ships and fighter jets to Eastern Europe while America is putting as many as 8500 troops on heightened alert Now a story which is leading many on the front pages here in the UK Johnson is facing fresh outrage and further pressure after it emerged above the event for him was held inside Downing Street with up to 30 guests Bloomberg's Charles cable has all the details on the prime minister's staff how they reportedly met for cake and snacks The surprise event came in the middle of June 2020 when indoor gatherings were banned the prime minister's wife and guests are said to have gathered in the cabinet room while family friends later gathered upstairs in Johnson's flat Johnson's office told ITV news who reported the news that he only attended for less than ten minutes and said he hosted a small number of family members outside in the evening Opposition leader kiss armor said the revelation is in his own words yet more evidence that we have got a prime minister who believes that the rules that he made don't apply to him in London Charles capable Bloomberg day were Europe But there was a boost for the Chancellor Rishi sunak UK borrowing for the first 9 months of the financial year came in 13 billion below forecasts It means sunak is heading for a windfall of up to 10 billion pounds this year providing extra cash as he faces demands to ease the cost of living crisis The budget deficit was 16.8 billion in December And in top corporate news Credit Suisse is capping a year.

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"london charles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"london charles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Newsletters new books manager Thank you Anna Here pressure is mounting on prime minister Boris Johnson after a video emerged showing key aids joking about a party in Downing Street last Christmas at a time when such gatherings were banned Bloomberg's Charles capel tells us more ITV news obtained a video which was said to be recorded four days after an alleged party showing the prime minister's then press secretary Allegra Stratton rehearsing for a TV media briefing Stratton said in the video there was definitely no social distancing when asked about a party in the rehearsal Johnson and his office have refused to deny a party took place while insisting that the rules in place at the time were obeyed In London Charles cape or Bloomberg day break Europe Stock exchanges in the United Arab Emirates will start operating Monday to Friday following the country's decision to switch its working week A government official broke the news on Bloomberg following the announcement that the gulf state is moving to a four and a half day week with Saturdays and Sundays off In Germany social Democrats Olaf Schultz is being sworn in as Chancellor as the leader of a three way coalition with the greens and the free Democrats It brings Angela Merkel's 16 year term to an end Bloomberg's Patrick Donahue looks back on Merkel's reign Angela Merkel the pastor's daughter from East Germany who dominated the country's politics and served as Chancellor for 16 years will leave office on Wednesday Michael has maintained her popularity with most Germans crediting her with a steady hand as she steered the country through turmoil her detractors say she lacks vision At 67 she's hinted she'll retire but has said little about future plans In Berlin I'm Patrick donohue Bloomberg daybreak Europe And Saudi Arabia has asked France to release a man arrested in connection with the 2018 killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi Saudis embassy in France as the person has nothing to do with the case in question suggesting it was a case of mistaken identity French media report that police arrested a man yesterday on suspicion he was a member of the team that killed Khashoggi inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists in Alice in more than a 120 countries This is Bloomberg Anna Thanks very much Hannah for the update on the global news flow Coming up on Bloomberg at daybreak you're at Ben guttridge Director of model portfolio services services and investigo emea joins us He will weigh in on the conversation about risk appetite for equity markets right now after two days of really solid buying the dip we continue to.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"london charles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Hannah George because other than the top interviews of course we've got world news Good morning Hannah Good morning Caroline Yes here pressure is mounting on prime minister Boris Johnson after a video emerged showed key aids joking about a party in Downing Street loss Christmas at a time when such gatherings were banned Bloomberg's Charles capel tells us more ITV news obtained a video which was said to be recorded four days after an alleged party showing the prime minister's then press secretary Allegra Stratton rehearsing for a TV media briefing Stratton said in the video there was definitely no social distancing when asked about a party in the rehearsal Johnson and his office have refused to deny a party took place while insisting that the rules in place at the time were obeyed In London Charles cape or Bloomberg daybreak Europe Stock exchanges in the United Arab Emirates will start operating Monday to Friday following the country's decision to switch its working week a government's official broke the news on Bloomberg following the announcement that the gulf state is moving to a four and a half day week with Saturdays and Sundays off In Germany social Democrat Olaf Schultz will be sworn in as Chancellor today as the leader of a three way coalition with the greens and the free Democrats It brings Angela Merkel's 16 year term to an end Bloomberg's Patrick Donahue looks back on Merkel's reign Angela Merkel the pastor's daughter from East Germany who dominated the country's politics and served as Chancellor for 16 years will leave office on Wednesday Michael has maintained her popularity with most Germans crediting her with a steady hand as she steered the country through turmoil her detractors say she lacks vision At 67 she's hinted she'll retire but has said little about future plans In Berlin I'm Patrick donohue Bloomberg daybreak Europe And in the U.S. the House passed a bill that will open the way to quickly raising the debt ceiling Democrats would receive one time fast track authority to hike the debt limit through a simple majority vote averting the threat of Republicans blocking the move that vote should provide enough money to cover borrowing through 2022 which lessens the risk of the U.S. defaulting on payments this month Global news 24 hours a day on air non Bloomberg quick powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries I'm Hannah George This is Bloomberg Caroline Thank you so much Hannah does only quant forced the hand of the ECB on stimulus We've had.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"london charles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Later from Apple music or your preferred radio app Now let's get over to putting books Hannah George because she's done it by the world music one of them Good morning Caroline who start here where pressure is mounting on prime minister Boris Johnson after a video emerged showing key aids joking about a party in Downing Street last Christmas at a time when such gatherings were banned Bloomberg's Charles cable tells us more ITV news obtained a video which was said to be recorded four days after an alleged party showing the prime minister's then press secretary Allegra Stratton rehearsing for a TV media briefing Stratton said in the video there was definitely no social distancing when asked about a party in the rehearsal Johnson and his office have refused to deny a party took place while insisting that the rules in place at the time were obeyed In London Charles cape or Bloomberg daybreak Europe In the U.S. the House passed a bill that will open the way to quickly raise the debt ceiling Democrats would receive one time fast track authority to hike the limit through a simple majority vote averting the threat of Republicans blocking the move the vote should provide enough money to cover borrowing through 2022 and it lessens the risk of the U.S. defaulting on payments this month In Germany social Democrats Olaf Schultz will be sworn in as Chancellor today as the leader of a three way coalition with the greens and the free Democrats It brings angler Merkel's 16 year term to an end Bloomberg's Patrick Donahue looks back on Merkel's reign Angela Merkel the pastor's daughter from East Germany who dominated the country's politics and served as Chancellor for 16 years will leave office on Wednesday Michael has maintained her popularity with most Germans crediting her with a steady hand as she steered the country through turmoil Her detractors say she lacks vision At 67 she's hinted she'll retire but has said little about future plans In Berlin I'm Patrick donohue Bloomberg daybreak Europe And Tokyo plans to introduce same sex partnerships next year a significant milestone for the Japanese capital The proposal will recognize the relationships without giving them full legal status Opinion surveys show the public is largely in favor of equal marriage rights but Japan is the only G 7 country not to recognize the partnerships Global news 24 hours a day honor and Don Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries and this is Bloomberg Caroline Thank you so much Yes the appraisal of Angela Merkel's 16 years in office so much being written about that at the moment Thanks to Hannah for the world news well it's peak oh my.

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"london charles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"london charles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Are investigating the company The stock fell more than 6% before closing about half a percent lower in U.S. trading That's after Reuters reported that the SEC has opened a probe into defective solar panels The New York Times separately also reported that Tesla engineers questioned the autopilot system which is being investigated by the national highway traffic safety administration So that on Tesla Right those are a few of our top stories that we're watching this morning Let's get over to Bloomberg's Hannah George who has the latest in world news and what's happening with the oma pond very good morning Good morning Caroline Yes here in England the overcome COVID variant is now transmitting in the community There have been 336 confirmed cases in the UK some of which are not linked to international travel Bloomberg's child's cable has the story Health secretary such a javid said that from that they can conclude that there is community transmission across multiple regions in England Next week the government is due to update MPs again on the latest on the pandemic but javert said he can not guarantee the government will know much more about the omicron variant than they do now This morning tougher restrictions on travel came into force requiring everyone to test negative before they arrive in the UK regardless of vaccination status in London Charles cable Bloomberg day very Europe A whistleblower has accused the foreign office of a chaotic and dysfunctional response after the Taliban took over Afghanistan Junior diplomat Raphael Marshall told a parliamentary committee there were serious shortcomings in how then foreign secretary Dominic rob handled evacuations from Kabul Marshall claims that just 5% of the 150,000 people who applied for evacuation received any assistance In the U.S. The White House has officially announced that it won't send diplomats to the Beijing Winter Olympics Bloomberg's at Baxter has more White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki says the U.S. can not turn a blind eye at a human rights abuses U.S. diplomatic or official representation would treat these games as business as usual in the face of the PRC's egregious human rights abuses and atrocities in Xinjiang And we simply can't do that Sake says it would not be fair to punish the athlete so the U.S. team will participate Beijing meanwhile is responded that it has no intention of inviting U.S. diplomats In San Francisco I'm at Baxter Bloomberg daybreak Europe And China has issued another statement saying it applause the U.S. decision on the Olympics boycott Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries Hannah George this is Bloomberg Caroline Thanks so much janae for the latest in world news and we continue to track that Olympic story for you Well with the latest.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"london charles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"As well and get out to Bloomberg and seeing Garrett Yusuf good morning and thank you German Chancellor Angela Merkel held an emergency meeting last night with the leaders of the likely next government coalition to discuss tougher measures against escalating COVID cases earlier in the week Merkel was quoted as saying the latest virus surge vaccinations has roughly doubled in the past two weeks As well as Germany coronavirus coronavirus advice has been tightened across the UK with people being urged to take extra tests and to work from home Bloomberg's Charles capel has more People in England have been asked to take a test before visiting crowded indoor places while those in Northern Ireland are being urged to work from home in Scotland first minister Nicholas sturgeon warned of a precarious position that didn't extend vaccine passports to more venues It comes amid rising cases across Europe raising fears that the pandemic could disrupt holiday festivities for the second year in a row in London Charles cable Bloomberg day for Europe Meanwhile deaths from COVID-19 in Europe could reach 2.2 million by March based on current trends That's according to the World Health Organization They are pushing for more vaccinations Now to a story that's got us all excited this morning NASA's launched a test rocket on a mission to protect earth from asteroids It lifted off from a base in California this morning and will now be testing technology joining us to discuss the launches Bloomberg quick takes Alex Webb Alex as I said hike this morning around this Everyone loves a space launch but tell me why is this so different It is actually really venturing into the wet realms so far of science fiction that we've seen plenty of Hollywood films about asteroids that seem to be about to hit earth This is not yet asteroid that's likely to hit earth but this will send a probe to intercept in fact two asteroids And it will hit one of them and therefore try and change its orbit That asteroid as I said it's not going to hit earth any time but it is good planning in case such an occasion does arise and not expect to have anything in the next century But it's about ensuring that is protected and has a system to push something off course if it happens Now the reason it's two asteroids is because that makes it easier to track whether you have managed to shift the orbit of the one that you're trying to hit because you can judge it orbit against the movement of the other and so that's the sort of intention of the project Alex I remember Armageddon forever in my mind when I think of was the asteroids where I can't remember now but somewhat like that But will this change the future of space and space travel and it will just make it safer if it is successful Well it's really this is really sort of last line of defense type stuff 8 years ago there was a bit of a scare where a meteor hit me too which is essentially what you call an asteroid when it hits earth It hits a near nearest city in Russia called chelyabinsk And people didn't know that it was coming They hadn't clocked this asteroid was anywhere near earth And so usually they reckon that 95% of asteroids that are of meaningful size they know where they are that does of course leave 5% And so if one is detected this gives them the capabilities assume you're all works to nudge it off course and ensure that we don't have you know a dinosaur extinction type event which would of course be the worst case eventuality Well I hope so especially while I'm still on earth but why spend so much money on this Alex given its kind of unlikely But one of the advantages actually of the SpaceX approach is that it isn't as expensive So we're here at Marshalls with Liz for some holiday shopping She's really nailing it this year Isn't she Oh yep she's got a record player for Amy A gorgeous cozy sweater for Jason And some hot pink fluffy slippers for her sister The perfect gift Wait a sec She's getting a pair for herself Well with prices this good it would be rude not to You know what She totally deserves it Oh totally Happy holidays everyone See you at Marshalls Fabulous brands Feel good prices at Marshalls We.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"london charles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"World news Good morning Carolina thank you Labor's accused the government of giving a green light to corruption after MPs decided not to suspend Tory own Patterson who was found to have breached lobbying rules Bloomberg's Charles capel has more on the story MPs narrowly voted for a government backed plan put forward by allies of Owen Paterson to set up a new committee to examine the ruling against Patterson and decide whether MPs should be given new rights opposition politicians yelled shame at the government benches and warned of a return to Tory sleaze Patterson denies wrongdoing and said the investigation was flawed because it did not let him heal the ruling or call witnesses in his defense in London Charles cape or Bloomberg daybreak Europe The U.S. and Iran will resume talks on reviving the 2015 nuclear deal on the 29th of November the meetings in Vienna come after a 5 month delay that has led to questions whether the two sides will be able to resolve their differences over sanctions relief Officials will discuss conditions needed for the U.S. to return to the accord which Donald Trump ditched in 2018 In the U.S. elections Democrat film Murphy won a second term as New Jersey governor surviving a Republican challenge by the narrowest of margins the tight contest added to Democrat concerns about the midterms after a defeat in Virginia Joe Biden sympathized with Terry mcauliffe who ran for governor there I was talking to Terry to congratulate today He got 600,000 more votes than any Democrat ever has gotten We brought out every Democrat about there was more votes that ever had been cast for a democratic incumbent I'm not incumbent a Democrat ready for governor And no governor in Virginia has everyone when he's of the same or he or she's the same party as a sitting president But Biden says the Virginia loss shows the urgency of passing his economic gender And the U.S. says China is expanding its nuclear weapons capabilities more rapidly than previously believed The country likely intends to have at least 1000 nuclear warheads by 2030 according to a Pentagon report but China says the U.S. is over hyping the threat Global news 24 hours a day on air and DOM Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries I'm Hannah George this is Bloomberg Caroline Thank you so much for Hannah with the latest in terms of the world news coming up next on Bloomberg daybreak We're going to think about what the fed moves mean We speak to Ashish marwar ADS investment solutions.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:09 min | 1 year ago

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"Retaliation the French government plans to introduce additional controls on goods moving across its border with the UK and prevent British boats from unloading their catch in France a meeting yesterday failed to deescalate the clash with neither Boris Johnson or Emmanuel Macron backing down in separate news conferences Each country says it is up to the other to make the first move in London Charles cape or Bloomberg daybreak Europe Meanwhile Brexit minister David Frost launched a scathing attack on the EU's handling of Northern Ireland He says the block has behaved without regard to the sensitivities involved In the region by enforcing the Northern Ireland protocol overly strictly separately European Commission vice president Mara seif urged London to find an amicable solution in a telegraph column Meanwhile the United States and the EU have reached a trade truce on steel and aluminium The deal allows the allies to remove tariffs on more than $10 billion of goods each year The full suspension will last two years during that time the U.S. and the EU say that their work towards a global agreement that would permanently end the tariff regime Washington's negotiations over similar duties with Japan and the UK are still in progress And in China the manufacturing economy weakened further in October we get more from Bloomberg's Brian Curtis China's official PMI dropped to 49.2 in October It was the second straight month the index fell below 50 Manufacturers are struggling with power shortages and rising costs Meantime the non manufacturing PMI also dropped well below estimates to 52.4 It was dragged lower by tighter rules on travel and social gatherings to contain the coronavirus The private sector at sai Sheen PMI fare better though clocking in at 50.6 That was better than the estimate of an even 50 Brian Curtis Bloomberg daybreak Europe Finally a record number of UK companies almost half expect to increase prices adding to inflation concerns ahead of the Bank of England meeting this week The lloyds bank survey shows that 45% of businesses expect to pass on rising input costs to consumers including for raw materials and staffing Now for the latest in global news here's Bloomberg.

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"london charles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"london charles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Chancellor takes the dispatch box just after midday today he faces the tricky task of not just tackling the fallout of the pandemic but also combating rising inflation managing the impact of the energy crisis while addressing Boris Johnson's post Brexit leveling up and climate change tackling agenda in London Charles capable Bloomberg daybreak Europe Elsewhere Washington still appears to have concerns about China The U.S. has revoked China telecoms permission to operate in the country The FCC voted to cancel the company's licenses saying it's ownership raises significant national security and law enforcement risks the commission pledged more steps to purge the U.S. market of Chinese technology in the name of security Okay those are a few of our top stories for you this morning Let's get over to Bloomberg to the Anne garand with all the world news and more about vaccines this morning Leanne Yes indeed Caroline good morning to you A panel of U.S. experts say the benefits of a COVID-19 vaccine for young children does exceed the risks The Food and Drug Administration vaccines advisory committee voted 17 to zero to back the Pfizer BioNTech job for children between 5 and 11 years old The sign off sets a stage for a likely authorization in the coming days Now the queen will no longer attend the Glasgow event of the reception of cop 26 on Monday Bloomberg's UN pots has all the details Bucky and palace says the queen has regretfully decided not to attend the cop 26 climate conference in Scotland and actually have been due to attend an evening reception there on Monday She will now deliver a recorded address instead The 95 year old monarch was told to rest by doctors last week but has been returning to light duties carrying out virtual audiences from Windsor Castle In London I'm your pot split by daybreak Europe The winner of the Nobel Peace Prize is calling for technology companies to face greater regulation globally to curb disinformation on social media Maria ressa has also been criticizing Facebook You can actually say that lies laced with anger and hate spread faster and further than facts So you can say that the world's largest delivery platform for news is biased against facts and bias against journalists The journalists from the Philippines cited the UK's online safety bill as an example of regulation that makes technology companies more accountable And U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is called for a greater role for Taiwan in the United Nations Blinken told other countries they should back Taiwan's participation in agencies such as the WHO adding that the islands exclusion undermines the UN's work in an editorial response China's state run global time says a U.S. is upgrading its efforts to separate China and Beijing won't back down Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries and January's this is Bloomberg Caroline Thank you so much again with the world news So on blueberry daybreak Europe so we're looking ahead to the budget in the UK We're going to get a bit for more interview with Katie Clark whose labor member of the Scottish parliament for the west of Scotland on whether it will be enough to help ease a spike in the cost of living of course the nation's regions in the UK have powers to raise taxes certainly in Scotland and spending but they will be looking to what Chancellor Rishi sunak is going to do in the budget and how much cash is actually going to splash Yeah particularly his household bills.

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"london charles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"london charles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Standing by with all the wealth and his family Caroline good morning and thank you let's start here in the UK where NHS bosses are calling on the government to bring back face masks and some COVID restrictions immediately to avoid a winter crisis as cases surge Bloomberg's Charles cable reports The UK recorded a further 223 deaths within 28 days of a positive test yesterday the highest level since March Johnson said current measures are keeping the virus under control There are currently no plans that bring in plan B which would include face mask mandates and advice to work from home Johnson's spokesman said the government would only consider bringing in the plan if there was a risk of the NHS being overwhelmed in London Charles cable privileged over Europe Meanwhile the business secretary quasi qua teng is insisting there will not be another national lockdown here in the UK He's been speaking this morning In the U.S. congressional Democrats have made significant headway in breaking their stalemate on president Joe Biden's economic agenda This my getting rid of or trimming portions of the multi $1 trillion tax and spending package the progress came after Biden met with representatives of both wings of the party at The White House yesterday and a Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer put a pressure on Democrats to sew up the deal this week staying in the U.S. a congressional committee investigating the January 6th riot at the U.S. capitol has voted unanimously to recommend the household former Trump administration adviser Steve Bannon in criminal contempt Bannon has refused to testify or provide documents to the committee And North Korea has confirmed that has launched a Michelle from a submarine in its 5th weapons test since September officials and Pyongyang say they want to boost their military's underwater capabilities They also hope it will put pressure on the U.S. and South Korea to abandon international sanctions and military drills Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists.

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"london charles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"london charles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Cost of petrol has risen by more than one pence since the start of the crisis just over a week ago in London Charles cable Bloomberg day pro Europe I am as pressure builds over fuel shortages and living costs as Anna mentioned as now Rishi sunak is promising to help the chance of exchequer is going to announce at the conservative conference today that he plans to spend 500 million pounds to help people fear find jobs and he's just been speaking on UK media saying he's throwing the kitchen sink at helping people find jobs or the kitchen sink right now cost 500 million pounds Yeah that's an expensive sink Now 9 months after the end of the transition period Brexit remains the biggest challenge facing at Britain's bankers almost two thirds of financier surveyed by Lloyd save regulatory change is a significant risk to their business as uncertainty around UK rules ways on the industry And speaking of Brexit they don't telegraphs reporting that the Brexit minister David Frost is going to tell the conservative conference that Britain's drawn up proposals to replace the Northern Ireland protocol The paper says frost will announce that Britain can't wait forever and will trigger the so called nuclear option allowing it to unilaterally suspend parts of the Northern Ireland deal Now the protocol was originally agreed as part of the wider Brexit deal to avoid a hard border across island by adding some trade barriers in the Irish sea And in talk corporate news at Clayton to billiet and rice won a month long battle for WM Morrison supermarkets C D and R's 7 billion offer which was led by former Tesco bos says Harry Lee beat private equity rivals fortress investment group shareholders will have the final say though when they vote on the deal on October 19th Right those are our top stories now let's get to the.

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UK relaxes restrictions and extends emergency coronavirus powers by 6 months

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

UK relaxes restrictions and extends emergency coronavirus powers by 6 months

"Burst Johnson's plan to slowly bring the country out of lockdown has won parliamentary backing. Bloomberg's Charles Cable says it comes despite some vocal opposition from the prime minister's own party. Under the plan, the country will slowly ease coronavirus restrictions, with the first significant reopening in just over two weeks on the possibility of all social distancing rules lifting on June the 21st It was voted through the House of Commons by 484 votes to 76, also extending the government's emergency powers. But some members of the prime minister's own party opposed the measures, arguing against the continued restrictions on civil liberties on expressing concern about the economic impact off lockdown. In London, Charles Cable, Bloomberg Daybreak Europe.

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UK Chancellor Sunak to Pledge $5.7 Billion to Help Unemployed Find Work

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

UK Chancellor Sunak to Pledge $5.7 Billion to Help Unemployed Find Work

"To announce today £4.3 billion of new funding to help unemployed people find work Blue Makes Charles Capel Has the preview now of Rishi soon Ax SPENDING REVIEW. Yoshitsune X plan includes nearly £3 billion out one million people find work on more money to increase the capacity of job centers. The U. K's unemployment rate increased to 4.8% in September, the highest level in four years. Jobs and skills are at the heart of soon X plan for the U. K's economic recovery from the pandemic. But he is also expected to announce investment in infrastructure on public services to stimulate the economy. Coronavirus related spending has driven the U. K's debt above £2 trillion for the first time on the chancellor has so far avoided commenting on potential tax rises in London, Charles Cable, Bloomberg Daybreak Europe We're gonna have

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