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"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Also higher, but what I'm really watching. Today's the pound cable is Carney up four tenths of upset. Trading at one spot three to this after the UK government said it had secured changes to its divorce deal from the. The EU vote is going ahead this evening in the UK. Parliament trade is warning that it could be a really volatile day for standing it could trade within a ten percent range today to do keep an eye on that also in stocks watch out for Volkswagen at the openness reported a drop in margins and almost all of its brands this morning. Finally oil is up for a second day. Thanks to Saudi Arabia, sending output cuts underproduction collapsed in Venezuela. We're currently seeing WTI up four tenths of a percent just above that fifty seven dollars a barrel. Mark Brent crude trading at sixty six dollars a barrel. That's a Bloomberg business flash down his leeann guarantee with more on what's going on around the world. Thank you. Sandra? Prime minister Mahattaya Muhammad has said he's studying options for slack carrier. Malaysian Airlines Malaysia is debating whether to invest more funds. Salvator for even shut the company down the carrier was taken private in two thousand fourteen after two tragic incidents involving one of its planes disappearing over the Indian Ocean and another being shot down. A crane North Korean leader Kim, Jon showing signs. He might fire. His first rocket in fifteen months longtime observers suspect, he's bluffing to improve Donald Trump terms. This comes after Kim summit with US president broke down last month over sanctions relief and disarmament steps and finding this month marks at thirtieth anniversary of something many have come to take for granted March nine thousand nine hundred nine sold Britain. Tommy is published a paper on how digital objects could be identified and retrieved through browser software that vision of universal connective is what drives much of the world today remarkably he declined to paint it his idea and offer royalty free. Global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. Amazon guarantees this is Bloomberg Markus. Thanks so much. Leeann now studying has rallied after Theresa May want changes to her Brexit Bill. The prime minister held late nine. Talks in Strasbourg last night with e commissioned president clued Janka and won concessions on the backstop yet it's unclear whether the changes are enough to win parliament's support four have Brexit deal later on today for more I'm pleased to say that we're joined by Tom break, and for the Liberal Democrats, Tom great to have you on the show this morning. Let me just get your instant reaction to what we've been hearing from Strasbourg and this updated Brexit deal. Well, I think what we grant is the withdrawal of great study the legal keep which the prime minister had said, she walked going to secure changes to has not been changed the tool, and therefore I think the risk of deal going down again tonight, I'm being very high top. So if this is the scenario that you are projecting. What is the aftermath? Look like, how can this be fixed? Won't be off tomorrow tonight. Correct. Yes. Well, the most likely outcome after tonight is the prime minister. Well, she has been offered the parliament vote which parliament would I am confident rule out the prospect of Nobile. What happens tomorrow night? Ben off the back. We have been offered votes on whether to extend article sixty and the logic palman thing, no deal would be very for an extension to optical fifty because the only way of ensuring. We don't end up with. Tom as a liberal Democrat. And. You're in favor of remaining in the European Union. Theresa May might use you though to point sat in parliament to warn her Brexit tear friends who are her Brexit here. Tories that if there is not a deal today or eighth parliament doesn't approve of the deal today. It could lead to a no deal Brexit, first and foremost, but also to the possibility of there, not being a Brexit at all. What do you make of that? You're right. Exactly. What she will do. She will pay to. Hard Brexit, coffee and the rich. Stopping stopping Brexit five not supporting idea and back is very much. I think in line with frankly, the blackmail, the prime minister has have used throughout the whole of this process because we'll let me ask the question in a different way. Do you see an opportunity here? Do you see a route towards a second referendum from here on in? Yes. I do the obvious. The deal which. Then the prime minister must surely can be idea of coaching deal too. Because I and other MP some other policies have set. Look, we hate you. But you clearly believe in the UK then trusts. Well, if you believe that so strongly we will help you to put in from the people in the people that you've got to guarantee that people. Dale, although stay in. Tom just very briefly. What's your read on the European negotiating position here from Mr. young grease that there are no further negotiations to be had? A an understandable position. The European Union. Country in the European Union have many many other masters. They won't be dry economic problems problems that migration and so on. Two and a half years. Portion of their agenda have been locked down with breakfast think he's made it clear that this is the author. Tom break MP for the Liberal Democrats. Thanks.

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"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"These kinds of incidents are multiplying, and it's absolutely central to make sure that is national unity say clearly that this is not something that can have Turkey. Sources have said they have audio and video evidence. Mr. kashogi was murdered inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Saudi Arabia has strongly denied it was involved calling. The allegations lies. The US secretary of state Mike Pompeo has called on Ankara to quickly free. Other Americans in prison in Turkey to the release on Friday of the evangelical pastor Andrew Brunson. Mr. Brunson is expected in Washington later on Saturday where he'll be met by President Trump among other Americans. Detained in Turkey is the NASA scientists say Congo, a dual US Turkish national and two Turkish employee of the US diplomatic missions. The International Monetary Fund says its members had promised to refrain from competitive currency devaluations as trade disputes continued to threaten global growth at a meeting on the Indonesian island of Bali, the IMF said they would discuss ways of improving the World Trade Organization so that they could better handle trade disputes. The pledge comes amid a weakening at the Chinese Yuan to the lowest level in decades, and Dave trade tensions between China and the US. Voting is drawing to a close in a key by-election in Malaysia the disease to see the return of a former deputy, prime minister and opposition leader to an active role in Malaysian politics. The poll is being seen as the first test for a more Abraham as Roger Walker reports. Anwar Ibrahim is expected to win the by election in Port Dickson, but analysts say he needs to win convincingly to maintain his momentum and fulfil his ambition of becoming Malaysia Prime minister in may is to Anwar joined forces with his former bitter political rival Mahattaya Muhammad to win a shop general election victory over the baddest Shan national coalition which had govern the Lazio for more than sixty years. The two made a pact with the ninety three year old doctor Mahattaya promising to hand over the premiership to Mr. Anwar in two years at least eighteen people have been killed by flooding and landslides in Indonesia's Nelson mantra province rescue officials said. Twenty four small villages in the region were affected by heavy rain. Local media reports said that an Islamic boys' boarding school is buried by landslide. And ten more people are missing at the site news from the BBC. Australia's prime minister says he will change the law to bar independent religious schools from expanding students based on their sexuality. Scott Morrison said in a statement, the attorney general were draft legal amendments within the next two weeks earlier this week, Mr. Morrison appeared to defend league's government proposal would have guaranteed the right of religious schools in Australia to turn away gay students and teachers. Officials in the poll say eight climbers five South Koreans and three Napoleon guides have died after a storm hit their camp on the Himalayan peak in the west of the country. Another is missing Amboro sanity Rajin has more details. The South Korean Nepali climbing team were camped at the foot of mount Guja waiting for a window of good weather. So they could attempt to reach the summit and Napoli. Police spokesman told the BBC violence Tom hit the region completely destroying the camp is said the bodies of the climbers were spotted among the wreckage of the camp by your rescue team a helicopter managed to reach the site. But was unable to land near the camp due to severe weather conditions. The year is about two hundred kilometers northwest of the capitol. Cotton officials are hoping to send another recovery team on Sunday. When the weather improves police in the US city of Detroit have opened an investigation after the badly. Decomposed bodies of eleven infants were found in. Full ceiling at a former funeral home. A search of the building was ordered after police received an anonymous tip off giving them the exact whereabouts of the bodies police say they will be contacting the parents of the babies they have the names for. Search and rescue teams in the US state of Florida have begun work in Mexico beach. The town hardest hit by hurricane Michael. Hundreds of people are unaccounted for a total of sixteen people have been confirmed dead across the southeast of the United States. As a result of the storm. BBC news. Muslim nose day. It happened at around six thirty in the evening, Louis, Mika Ramirez is a Colombian coffee farmer. Just like his father before him yet, unless they see at around six forty five my mother received a call me, and they said that my dad had been accident that he was at the toll booth and there's been an accident. And that's where we went. And the neighbor took us in his car to see what happened. And very subtly when we got out of the car. So my dad lying there in the cover of the truck..

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"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"These kind of incidents are multiplying, and it's absolutely essential to make sure that international community say clearly that this is not something that can have Turkey sources say they have documentary evidence that the Saudi security team murdered Mr. kesha. Gee, this Saudi Interior Minister said allegations that his country was responsible lies. The US Treasury Secretary. Steve Mnuchin has said he's following developments on the investigation into the disappearance of Mr. kashogi that said. He's still planned to attend an investment conference in Saudi Arabia later this month, the head of the International Monetary Fund. Christine Lagarde said she would go to the meeting the World Bank. Chief Tim Kim has withdrawn a number of businesses and media firms say they will stay away. The US secretary of state Mike Pompeo has called an Ankara to free. Other Americans in prison in Turkey quickly. After the release of the evangelical pastor Andrew Brunson. The American government has said no deal was struck as crisp clear in Washington explains. Brunson appeared in court and was actually convicted of charges of spying, and effectively helping terrorist groups, but he was immediately release nonetheless there are questions specifically about why this happened at this stage uncertainty. The US has been putting on a novel or pressure over the past two years as he been detained and they've been trying to do all they can and a low President Trump has said that there was no deal. They're helping some reports in the US media suggesting that there was an attempt to have some kind of negotiation. Some kind of secret deal behind the scenes Malaysia is former deputy prime minister and opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim is contesting Akiba election today. The vote is being seen as the first test for Mr. an well since his return to political life earlier this year. Roger Walker reports. Anwar Ibrahim is expected to win the by election in port diction, but analysts say he needs to win convincingly to maintain his momentum and fulfil his. Ambition of becoming Malaysia Prime minister in may Mr. Anwar joined forces with his former bitter political rival Mahattaya Muhammad to win a shop general election victory over the batter. Shan, national coalition which had governed Malaysia for more than sixty years. The two made a pact with the ninety three year old doctor Mahattaya promising to hand over the premiership to Mr. Anwar in two years world news from the BBC search and rescue teams in the US state of Florida had begun work in Mexico beach. The town hardest hit by hurricane Michael. The storm devastated communities across the region. Hundreds of people are unaccounted for a total of sixteen people have been confirmed dead across the southeast of the United States. As a result of the storm. Officials in the poll said at least eight climbers are missing on the goodra him. Oh, peak ultra snowstorms. They're kind of police spokesman said five South Koreans and therefore Nepalese guides are presumed to have died. Ambro sanity Rajon has more details. The South Korean Nepali climbing team were camped at the foot of mount Guja waiting for a window of good weather. So they could attempt to reach the summit and Napoli. Police spokesman told the BBC violence Tom hit the region completely destroying the camp is that the bodies of the climbers were spotted among the wreckage of the camp by your rescue team a helicopter managed to reach the site. But was unable to land near the camp due to severe weather conditions. The year he is about two hundred kilometers northwest of the capitol cotton undo officials are hoping to send another recovery team on Sunday when the weather improves. The Republican candidate for governor of Pennsylvania in next month's elections. Scott Wagner has taken down a video from social media in which he threatened his democratic opponent. Mr. Wagner was heavily criticized for remarks he made in the video in which he threatened to stone Paul over his opponent's face with golf spikes, Mr. Wagner, later explained. He shouldn't have said what he said. Personal data about thousands of workers at the US defense department has reportedly being compromised after cyberattack. A Pentagon spokesman said an investigation had been almost into the hack. A US government report issued earlier this week said the Pentagon had been slow to protect major weapon systems from cyber attacks. BBC news. Six GMT this weekend from.

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"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The greek finance minister said that greek is viable and he touted coming access to markets richard macauley thank you so much live with us our daybreak editor and of course go to d a y b go every day you can access these bloomberg customer at five thirty am london time just by typing da y b on the bloomberg terminal we've got some red headlines though breaking marcus from malaysia absolutely bloomberg is conducting an interview with the new prime minister mahattaya muhammad and he's been talking about the ringgit so the currency over there of course speaking as i say in an interview with bloomberg in kuala lumpur he says that he wants to strengthen the ring get and he also adds that it should be done naturally material says that the fat value for the malaysian currency is a three point eight against the us dollar which is the same as the old peg so that that breaking news headline just coming in on the bloomberg terminal this morning all right now let's get more global news and for that let's go to bloomberg's ben clarke bent good morning neither turkish voters to choose their president and parliament in an election on sunday bloomberg's semen democrat explains the state of the economy is one of the biggest issues facing turkish voters because a high unemployment rates lira that's near record lows against the dollar and the euro double digit information almost the highest in fourteen years and the country has been in the state of emergency since the failed two thousand and sixteen kerr tempts which critics say has damaged onedimensional rights and freedoms in a nation of eighty million people it is tumble simmons can bloomberg daybreak europe tonneins prime minister said his military governments committed to holding an election early next year and that he may clarify his political future in september growth channel made the comments in an exclusive interview with bloomberg in the past people have asked about selections in thailand but the important criteria for the election is organic laws right now the factor is quite ready for elections so i'm quite sure we would be able to hold elections in february next year saudi arabian women is said to get behind the wheel for the first time from sunday in a move for kingdom spent months preparing for bloomberg's vivian the rim and riyadh says many women have already traded their foreign licenses for local ones the darker side to the day as several of the kingdom's most prominent women's rights activists can't participate they were arrested last month in what the government says is a national security related case analysts say that while crown prince mohammad bin man is opening up the kingdom's economy and loosening social restrictions he's cracking down politically in riyadh vivian near on bloomberg daybreak europe italy has said it will cease to migrant rescue ships in the mediterranean amid a deepening row over migrants to german ngo ships carrying migrants will be ceased to determine their legal status according to the bbc the move comes as french president emmanuel macron attack the growing anti you failing which has angered italy's new populist governments global news twenty four hours a day on a and a tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm ben clarke this is bloomberg markets much indeed bad now the morning sports has george oldman argentina are facing the prospect of going out in the group stages of the world cup in russia they lost three hills say croatia last night's result that sends their opponents into the last sixteen brazil will look to better their opening trove is switzerland's when they meet costa rica at lunchtime while the swiss take on serbia tonight france will be in the knockout stages after baby peru one nil cricket says just one victory away who sitting five nail one day international series whitewash show for australia they won the fourth match by six wickets in dharam last night he's in past the tory score three hundred ten.

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"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Reviews in egypt now you cannot imagine my books i have seventy books fiction and nonfiction the almost in every home in all countries they are there and read by young people the young people come and tell me now while you've changed my life by your work so that's enough for me even when they were banned there were they were smuggled to saudi arabia that stocks in the wireless saadawi on hardtalk after the news hello i'm jerry smith with the bbc news american literature has lost one of its towering figures for the death of the prolific novelist philip roth he was eightyfive ralph rose about the human condition disillusionment with the american dream and the place of the middle class to in the modern day america he recently described his career as a combination of blazing forth a muddling through david willis reports he published his first book of short stories goodbye columbus in nineteen fifty nine at the age of twenty six but it was his third novel portnoy's complaint published in nineteen sixty nine that made him a celebrity not least because it recounted the promiscuous sex life of a young jewish lawyer attempting to escape the influence of his oppressive mother new yorker magazine called him an american literary icon whilst the editor of the new york times book review paolo paul called his death a sad moment for american and global literature north korea has agreed to let a team of south korean journalists to watch the dismantling of his nuclear test sites at peng pyongyang had earlier refused them visas throwing doubt on the south koreans participation the move comes as president moon jae in visits washington to try to salvage a proposed summit between kim jong un and president trump planned for june the twelfth malaysia is newly elected prime minister mahachi muhammad has announced his cutting the salaries of cabinet ministers by ten percent to reduce the national debt he made a similar announcement to the start of his first ins as prime minister in nineteen eightyone michael bristow reports malaysia's national debt is around a quarter of a trillion dollars mahattaya muhammad the new prime minister has announced a series of measures aimed at reducing that figure including looking again a highspeed railing between kuala lumpur and singapore he could also scrap a deal to pay a.

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"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of the giants have twentieth century american literature the novelist philip roth has died at the age of eighty five ross novel portnoy's complaint published in nineteen sixty nine scandal is the us and made him a celebrity he won the pulitzer prize for fiction for american per store in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight the government in north korea has agreed to let team of south korean journalists to watch the dismantling of its nuclear is at pungo re pyongyang had earlier refused them visas the former south korean president lee myung back goes on trial today on corruption charges is dismissed evidence against him as fabrications the new malaysian prime minister mahattaya muhammad has said he will cut the salaries of cabinet ministers by ten percent delta mahachi said he was also looking at ways of reducing the country's debt the funeral of a parkistan exchange student killed in a school shooting in the us state of texas has taken place in karachi sabika shake was among ten people's killed in last week's attack in santa fe the us house of representatives has passed legislation that will relax bankrolled introduced by the obama administration in the wake of the two thousand and eight financial crisis critics worn it might increase the risk of future bank failures and bailouts the most senior roman catholic priests to be convicted of covering up child sexual abuse the astray leonardo bishop philip wilson has announced he will step aside from his duties but isn't resigning he was found guilty of failing to report crimes committed by another priest in the nineteen seventies the us house of representatives has voted to expand the rights of terminally ill people across america to be treated with experimental drugs the bill allows patients who have exhausted every other option to try drugs which have not yet been approved fees bbc news.

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"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is from our own correspondent on the bbc world service i'm pascal hotter hello and welcome to the program in this edition we discover the scale of national scandal in india the numbers of children who go missing and the lack of efforts to find them in ireland we delve into a clash of conscience over abortion laws and one correspondent meet some women taking over the microphone nicaragua find out what they want to say i though to malaysia who's thirty two million people have been adjusting to some pretty seismic political shift after decades of almost total dominance the ruling coalition has lost its grip on power old tricks like drawing the voting districts in its favor just didn't work this time after the election on may the ninth the opposition to cova so won't turn the tables in law orange part it was the intervention of former prime minister mahathir muhammad who has now come out of retirement to become the world's oldest head of government at the age of ninety two jonathan head has been covering malaysia for us for many years his his take on this reversal of fortunes the day before he went back into prison to serve a second controversial sentence on charges of sodomy i interviewed anwar ibrahim it was february two thousand fifteen and despite his public defiance he was privately apprehensive about going back inside the age of sixty seven with a bad back and our health issues i asked him how he would pass the time i'll do what i did the first time he said and reread the complete works of shakespeare within spent an enjoyable ten minutes discussing which plays best illustrated the situations in malaysia and in neighboring thailand where i'm based we decided there was a good deal of king lear in thailand and quite a bit of macbeth and hamlet in malaysia this week i found myself interviewing this to anwar again after plot twists which might have stretched even the bod vivid imagination i and my colleagues have struggled to explain this whirlwind of shifting characters and loyalties and what abraham the symbol of opposition was freed this week on the orders of mahattaya muhammad the.

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"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Diplomatic dance and as i say this is a a reality check for all of us jonathan marcus it's an extraordinary act of reconciliation anwar ibrahim has been released from jail as promised by his former political nemesis the country's new leader mahatma muhammad mr anwar was originally jailed twenty years ago for what he said were full soda meet charges he was imprisoned again in two thousand fifteen by ninety bras the man who lost power in a shock election results last week to the ninety two year old dr maha tear at a noisy news conference in kuala lumpur the seventy year old mr anwar said he believed malaysia was on the verge of a new era there's a new dawn i think that'd be put them in this year me chinese indians gutters and even then tire spectrum gutless of liz religion whose food by the principles of democracy and freedom correspondent in malaysia jonathan head has been witnessing these historic events crucial part of the agreement between the opposition movement that anwar lead and mahattaya muhammad who in the end proved decisive and getting enough support to overcome a system that massively favors the the former ruling party and brought about this historic election victory and what you were has already been meeting the king inside the palace that's extrordinary to the king even wanted to see him i'm just thinking about it this man was convicted prisoner officially a criminal justice you hours ago he's not getting audience with the king obviously his partnership with mahatma hamad is going to be the key to how malaysia moves forward now these are two men who were very close process jay and mentor back in the nineteen ninety s who fell out don't tomorrow it here the current prime minister actually had input in jail first of all on these trumped up sodomy charges well two periods he sentenced spent inside in the nine thousand nine hundred and there's been a lot of bitter comment.

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Malaysia: Anwar Ibrahim released from prison

Global News Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

Malaysia: Anwar Ibrahim released from prison

"Diplomatic dance and as i say this is a a reality check for all of us jonathan marcus it's an extraordinary act of reconciliation anwar ibrahim has been released from jail as promised by his former political nemesis the country's new leader mahatma muhammad mr anwar was originally jailed twenty years ago for what he said were full soda meet charges he was imprisoned again in two thousand fifteen by ninety bras the man who lost power in a shock election results last week to the ninety two year old dr maha tear at a noisy news conference in kuala lumpur the seventy year old mr anwar said he believed malaysia was on the verge of a new era there's a new dawn i think that'd be put them in this year me chinese indians gutters and even then tire spectrum gutless of liz religion whose food by the principles of democracy and freedom correspondent in malaysia jonathan head has been witnessing these historic events crucial part of the agreement between the opposition movement that anwar lead and mahattaya muhammad who in the end proved decisive and getting enough support to overcome a system that massively favors the the former ruling party and brought about this historic election victory and what you were has already been meeting the king inside the palace that's extrordinary to the king even wanted to see him i'm just thinking about it this man was convicted prisoner officially a criminal justice you hours ago he's not getting audience with the king obviously his partnership with mahatma hamad is going to be the key to how malaysia moves forward now these are two men who were very close process jay and mentor back in the nineteen ninety s who fell out don't tomorrow it here the current prime minister actually had input in jail first of all on these trumped up sodomy charges well two periods he sentenced spent inside in the nine thousand nine hundred and there's been a lot of bitter comment.

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"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg radio business flash so we are watching the bank of france governor villeroy de gallo speaking giving his keynote address in paris at the global independent centers central banking series of a mouthful but if you want to watch it t live go on your bloomberg terminal right now as for the other markets issues this morning your stocks futures actually pointed to a slightly higher open this hour the euro trades at one thousand nine hundred eighty five hundred gaining a tenth of one percent investors not really fretting too much it seems about it's these five saw and lee supposedly nearing completion of a government plan new government in italy two months after the elections morgan stanley raising it so rating on uk footsie100 stocks overweight so that's quite interesting say that could be some opportunities to the plunge into pounds oil slips again down at seventy s about forty four for wti foodbank crude at seven six sports seventynine we care four tenths of one percent and in the bond markets let's give you a look at come two point nine six percent down always basis point the us ten year yields jevon years at no point five six three percent also just gaining a little bit italian bts at one spot eight seven up by a basis points and uk gills a one point four four percent this morning by basis point so not to look at the market say bloomberg business flash now has beyond guarantees with more on what's going on around the world good morning good morning caroline the former malaysian prime minister nausea brasow denies planning to flee amid room is he may face prosecution and the one md be corruption scandal he's been banned from leaving the country after abandoning a private flight to jakarta for what he said was a short holiday veteran lead mahattaya muhammad has promised to reopen the investigation into one empty beam the head of am i five will say later that the souls nerve agent attack was a deliberated and targeted act andrew park will also accuse russia of fragrant bleaches breaches.

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"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To the news bbc news with jerry smith the newly elected prime minister of malaysia mahattaya muhammad has said there could be a full royal pardon for his former rival a more recent political ally the jailed opposition leader anwar ibrahim hotair also repeated a pledge to stand aside within two years to allow mr armour to take his place the chief justice of the philippines who's been an outspoken critic of president rodrigo duterte has been removed from office the high court ruled that maria sereno had failed to submit statements of earnings when she applied for the role in two thousand twelve mr duterte has had called for ousting pakistan's top judge has described attacks on the sheer minority has our community as ethnic cleansing at least nine has ours have been killed in targeted killings in baluchistan province in the past four months hundreds have died in suicide bombings and targeted shootings in recent years iran has said it supports the rights of syria to defend itself against israeli aggression a foreign ministry spokesman accused the international community of remaining silent over israeli bombings israel said it hit dozens of iranian military targets in syria in airstrikes early on thursday police in western australia have found seven dead bodies in family home in what's being treated as a murder suicide for the dead with children a group that campaigned for britain to leave the european union has been fined ninety four thousand dollars for breaching electoral rules during the twenty sixteen referendum an investigation found leave dot edu had exceeded its spending limits and reported his finances incorrectly geologists have warned that the weeklong eruption amount kill aware in hawaii could be about to enter more violent stage they say lower levels go down there's a risk the eruption could become more explosive hunting out john rocks and steam bbc news hello and welcome to business daily from the bbc i'm manuela senegal in this edition the canned film festival versus net flicks become a battle of curated world cinema artistic content presented theatrically on the big screen versus algorithm mic curation presented on the small spin which will prevail.

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"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The change in malaysia after a surprise election we hear from young politician who wants protested against autumn mateo but now celebrates with him the outcome is absolutely stunning the voice of the people of leisure clamor for change is absolutely clear all coming up after the news bbc news hello i'm harris follow the us has accused iran of provocation after israel and iran launched major attacks on each other's military targets the white house said that iran's revolutionary guard boom four responsibility for the consequences of his actions israel mounted a wave strikes on iran's infrastructure in syria overnight sebastian usher reports these really defense minister abdul lieberman told iran if you bring us rain you'll get a flood the wave of overnight airstrikes by israel on iran's military infrastructure in syria has borne his words out these rarely say iran started this latest and most dangerous development in conflict by launching some twenty rockets towards israeli military positions in the golan heights russia's says these rallies fired at least seventy missiles during the raid surin activists say that more than twenty people were killed israel says it's motive is purely defensive but the risk of further direct military confrontation between these two to bitter regional foes is causing worldwide concern the british government has apologized unreservedly to a libyan man abdul hakim belhaj and his wife its involvement in their rendition to libya in two thousand and four and subsequent torture in a statement to parliament the attorney general jeremy wright said britain had been wrong to share information with this international partners that led them to being detained in thailand the uk government's actions contributed to your detention rendition and suffer the uk government shared information about you with its international partners we should have done more to reduce the risk that you would be mistreated we accept this was a failing on our cart the government has reached an outofcourt settlement with the pet malaysia's royal palace has confirmed the veteran politician mahattaya muhammad will be sworn in as the country's newly elected leader in a ceremony g to start shortly the ninety two year pulled off a shock electoral victory against his former protege the outgoing eater najeib razaaq but his own but his own long as in power were not without current controversy here's the bbc's jonathan head he's completely shameless after say he's got no regrets.

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"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Customer service president trump will personally welcome back the three americans who were released from detention in new in north korea during a visit by the us secretary of state mike pompeo the men have just landed at andrews air base near washington the white house said the men were freed as a gesture of goodwill ahead of the planned meeting between mr trump and the north korean leader kim jong un the attorney general jeremy wright is expected to confirm that the government has reached a settlement with the libyan man who says he was abducted with the help of my six in two thousand and four abdul hakim belhaj was forcibly taken back to libya where he says he was tortured under the regime kennel gadhafi royal bank of scotland is to pay a penalty of nearly five billion dollars or more than three billion pounds to american regulators to end an investigation into his actions in the runup to the financial crisis in two thousand eight the bank which is part owned by the taxpayer has already agreed to a number of other big payments a veteran malaysian politician is set to become the world's oldest elected leader mahattaya muhammad should become the country's prime minister the age of ninety two after he joined the opposition and beat the party he used to lead in a general election network rail and transport secretary chris grilling are unveiling plans to introduce digital technology across the rail network they say modernizing the signaling system will allow more trains to run per hour and improve reliability twenty seven minutes to eight the libya led by colonel gadhafi was for many years this country's enemy it supplied arms to terrorists threatening us and was behind the destruction of the pan am plane which crashed onto lockerbie in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight amongst other atrocities which makes it strange that a man who fought to overthrow gadhafi should have been kidnapped overseas in plot orchestrated by british and american intelligence and delivered to libya and gadhafi's tender mercies he was abdul hakim bell harsh and he was with his wife fatimah in bangkok in two thousand four when they were seized she was pregnant at the time us later she told the bbc about it my hands and legs tied my eyes were covered they injected me with something.

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"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"From scott and business editor douglas fraser arby s new faced a very large penalty from the us department of justice for selling financial products that were far more risky than it admitted when the mortgage bite securities went sour the pitch the financial system into crisis ten years ago but guesses as to the size of the fine ranged between one and nine billion dollars the agreement reached in principle and yet to be finalized is for four point nine billion dollars or three point six billion pines arby s is already anticipated seventy percent of that in its accounts the uncertainty has overshadowed the banks recovery and made it shares heart value chief executive ross mcewan says the agreement with the us justice department is a milestone moment for the bank and is the price to be paid for the global ambitions pursued by the bank before the financial crisis lancashire england will announce later this morning whether it plans to raise interest rates economists believe the rate is likely to stay at north point five percent for a seventh consecutive month due to a slowdown in economic growth in the uk this year the veteran former malaysian prime minister mahattaya muhammad has said he expects to be sworn in later today to become the world's oldest elected leader dot mahattaya who's ninetytwo has made a stunning political comeback winning general election against his party that has held power since independence in nineteen fifty seven he said is opposition coalition will fight corruption our correspondent jonathan head reports from kuala lumpur few predicted this even the opposition's most optimistic assessments were for hong parliament not a victory now malaysia finds itself dealing with the transfer of power for the first time in its history albeit to a very familiar politician muhammad muhammad who at the age of ninety two transforms the opposition's prospects by defecting from the governing coalition and running an energetic and sharp witted campaign against prime minister naci razzak is expected to be sworn in by malaysia's king although it still isn't clear when this will happen doc mahattaya who was prime minister for twenty two years in the one thousand nine hundred ninety s has promised no retribution against his old party but to restore the.

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"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Will be handed it makes perfect sense for it to happen that way and you know he i think they would believe they need some sort of good news because to tell the truth even here in south korea there's a lot of concern that pulling out of the iran nuclear deal might have actually damage the chances of north korea getting up its own nuclear weapons i mean you can imagine if you're kim jong un why would you now believe washington when it says it will do this or do that in exchange for north korea giving up its nuclear weapons and australia and opposition senator katie ganic has become the latest politician to be removed from office for falling foul of a constitutional ban on dual nationals serving in parliament his sydney correspondence how will griffith australia's constitutional crisis rumbled on since july with politicians including then deputy prime minister found to be in breach of the law latest round of departures follows a ruling on the case of senator katy gallagher which said she didn't renounce her british citizenship in time for the two thousand sixteen election she has resigned and four others in a similar position followed suit most are likely to seek reelection but questions over the constitution remain with a six month inquiry into whether the law should be changed world news from the bbc several large explosions have rocked parts of the afghan capital kabul police in the west of the cities have their fighting militants in an area close to a security compound local media reported an explosion there followed by intense gunfire further explosions within heard elsewhere in the city malaysians are voting in a tightly fought general election the scandal ridden prime minister naji razzaq's ruling coalition has been dogged by corruption scandal rising living costs and increased ethnic tensions he's facing a challenge from his old mental and predescessor the ninety two year old mahattaya muhammad jonathan head is in the capital kuala lumpur it is absolutely astonishing what she mahathir muhammad i can't imagine many people twenty years younger with the same amount of energy this is the man who dominated not just malaysia he was such an extraordinary personality dominated the region when he was prime minister in.

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"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Said alltime highs we've got investors even our company despite all its negatively founded the scandal triggered the political comeback of opposition leader mahattaya muhammad nauseates main opponent us secretary of state mike pompeo has arrived in north korea to prepare for president donald trump's summit with leader kim jong un bloomberg's david tweed reports watching to secure the release of three americans detained by north korea and also a final date set for the kim trump's summit release of the detainees would give trump's credibility boost after he tweeted last week that their release was imminent and nothing happened in hong kong david tweed bloomberg daybreak europe meanwhile japan's prime minister has welcome top leaders from china and south korea for the first time in seven years korean president moon jaein arrived on wednesday morning in rainy tokyo he's joining shinsei welby and the chinese premier full trilateral tools however the regional spotlights been stolen somewhat by north korea and italy is heading for snap election that may boost the chances of a populist government taking power bloomberg's john fillet explains a stable administration is still a long way off he's expected to name a nonpartisan prime minister but the antiestablishment five star movement and the us skeptic league both plan to vote against that nominee in parliament so we'll will have to trigger new elections as early as july or in the fall in rome john fallon bloomberg daybreak europe global news twenty four hours a day on and at ticked off on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm leon guarantee this is bloomberg marcus leon straighter sports has joe townsend southampton manager mark you says they very nearly secured primarily safety nil winners swansea means only a highly unlikely goaldifference swing.

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"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Stock exchange i said alltime highs we've got investors even our company despite all its negatively that said the scandal triggered the political comeback opposition leader mahattaya muhammad nash main opponent us secretary of state mike pompeo has arrived in north korea to prepare for president donald trump's summit with leader kim john david tweet reports from peyot secures the release of three americans detained by north korea and also have final date set for the kim trump's summit release the detainees would give trump's credibility boost after he tweeted last week that their release was imminent and nothing happened in hong kong david tweeden bloomberg daybreak europe meanwhile japan's prime minister has welcomed top leaders from china and south korea for the first time in seven years korean president moon jaein arrived on wednesday morning in a rainy tokyo he's joining shinzo ave in the chinese premier foot trilateral tools however the regional spotlights been stolen somewhat by north korea and italy is heading for a snap election that may boost the chances of a populist government taking power bloomberg's john seleny explains a stable administration is still a long way off he's expected to name a nonpartisan prime minister but the antiestablishment fivestar movement and the us skeptic league both plan to vote against that nominee in parliament so we'll have to trigger a new elections as early as july or in the fall in rome john laing bloomberg daybreak europe global news twenty four hours a day on air and at tick talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists anisimov than one hundred twenty countries i'm beyond guarantee this is bloomberg marcus very much sean leon ciller ahead on bloomberg daybreak europe we dissect us president trump's decision to scrap the twenty fifteen iran nuclear pact what our allies gonna do what a businesses go to do this is bloomberg asset managers you've reached the high fashion hotline hi my family has three mothers the apprentice to go to that's a lot of friends toast and a lot of cute outfit to throw together.

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"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"mahattaya muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Methods of the nazi propaganda chief joseph goebbels to undermine the legitimacy of the russian state britain's ambassador karen pierce accused russia of playing fast and loose with international security and she was supported by american and european allies on the security council a court in south korea is expected to deliver its verdict shortly on the former president park on hey who was forced from office in a corruption scandal last year misbach is facing a series of charges including bribery abuse of power and komo russian she has denied wrongdoing the malaysian prime minister naji brown's has announced the dissolution of parliament paving the way for an early general election he's expected to face a challenge from his former mentor mahachi muhammad jonathan head has this report najib razak is near the end of his maximum five year ten of office and the rival coalitions have already been in campaigning mode for several weeks mister naci reputation has been damaged by a scandal over the alleged misuse of billions of dollars in a government linked investment company but the opposition has also been weakened by the jailing of its most charismatic leader anwar ibrahim three years ago on what human rights groups described as politically motivated charges the opposition coalition is now relying on the recruitment of malaysia's longestserving prime minister mahattaya muhammad now ninety three years old as its candidate to run the country world news from the bbc dc hundreds of supporters of the former brazilian president luiz announce your lula de silva have turned out to cheer him at a rally near sao paulo hours before a deadline to surrender to police judge ordered lula to turn himself in by late afternoon on friday to begin a.

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