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Lufthansa and German government agree on $9.8 billion rescue package

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Lufthansa and German government agree on $9.8 billion rescue package

"Germany is offering Lufthansa and nine point eight billion dollar bailout we get more from Bloomberg's mark mills the package involves an initial twenty percent government stake in Lufthansa the could rise in the event of a takeover the plan which requires European Union approval and will almost certainly be challenged by rival airline such as Ryanair give Germany an effective veto over company strategy German finance minister Olaf Scholz says the company's investment would be temporary and he stressed that the timing of the next it would depend on the pace of Lufthansa's economic

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Defense secretary says U.S. is not pulling troops out of Iraq

The Michael Medved Show

00:25 sec | 7 months ago

Defense secretary says U.S. is not pulling troops out of Iraq

"It was an honest mistake that's the explanation from the Pentagon about confusion over the possibility of US troops leaving Iraq with Mideast tensions running high a draft letter from a U. S. military official stated that American troops would be repositioning forces to prepare for onward movement but joint chiefs chairman mark milling says the message was sent in error and defense secretary Marquess were emphasizes the US troops are not leaving

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Tensions rising in the Middle East after embassy attack

Bloomberg Daybreak

02:10 min | 7 months ago

Tensions rising in the Middle East after embassy attack

"Carried it is risk off across global markets after that U. S. airstrike in Iraq killed one of Iran's most powerful generals let's get the very latest now from Bloomberg's mark mills Qassem Soleimani the head of Iran's elite Quds force was killed in an air strike at Baghdad's International Airport and attacked the Pentagon says was ordered by president trump to Jersey democratic senator Cory Booker said solemn money at American blood on his hands he's quiet planned and executed attacks on American citizens American soldiers sum of money was a huge figure in Iranian military and political affairs the death of Saddam on a heightened fears that rising tensions between the US and Iran could lead to an armed confrontation mark mills member daybreak remark thank you those fears of an armed confrontation are well founded according to Barbara son of and she senior fellow at the Atlantic council and director of the future of around initiative you no this is the worst it's been in forty years in my view the worst it's been since Iran held American hostages at or in the city this is a huge crisis I'm not sure Donald Trump understands the implications of what he has unleashed we have to see what happens in Iraq how does the Iraqi government survive this you know it wasn't just because of the money was assassinated but also a very prominent Iraqi head of one of these militias and someone with a great deal of political power as well we're going to see the rebels flowing out from this for a long time Iran's top leaders all condemned the attack was supreme leader Ayatollah Ayatollah Ali Khamenei vowing to eventually monies death global stocks fell immediately on word of the attack beginning in Asia here with Morris Bloomberg Selena weighing in our Beijing bureau good morning Selena good morning Megan and Karen the risk on sentiment that ushered in the new year took a hit as tensions flared in the Middle East stocks in Asia reversed gains in treasury futures advanced the risk off move was given extra momentum when a Ron's leader said severe retaliation awaits the commanders killers the US airstrike lifted London's Brent crude to as much as sixty nine dollars a barrel the highest since the attacks on Saudi Arabian oil infrastructure in September gold prices rose and again strengthened in Beijing I'm Selena weighing Bloomberg

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Trump signs off on tariff deal with China

WBZ Afternoon News

00:45 sec | 8 months ago

Trump signs off on tariff deal with China

"A check on wallstreet mark mills is at Bloomberg the S. and P. five hundred and nasdaq closed at record highs on renewed optimism that the US and China have reached a deal and they're costly trade war Bloomberg news reports that president trump signed off on a so called phase one trade deal with China averting the December fifteenth introduction of a new wave of US tariffs on about a hundred sixty billion dollars of consumer goods according to people familiar with the matter the Dow rose two hundred twenty points to twenty eight thousand one thirty two the S. and P. five hundred up about nine tenths percent to a record high the nasdaq gained three quarters of a percent also setting a record Bedford based I robot game six percent today they're getting a boost from news that those tariffs that were set to kick in on Sunday will now be off the table I'm mark mills Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's

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Only small percentage of Catholics 10% charity donation reaches poor

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 8 months ago

Only small percentage of Catholics 10% charity donation reaches poor

"Legal battle over whether it should share responsibility for alleged labor violations in its franchisees restaurants a case that posed a major threat to the franchise model underlying one of the largest employers in the world a federal labor body ruled that those liabilities are not McDonald's responsibility Bloomberg money watch a twenty six and fifty six past every hour I'm mark mills for ten ten wins twenty Sime four fifty seven well then you would have never understood top hat or no hat on top the toughest part of every health it must have

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"mark mills" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 9 months ago

"mark mills" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm mark mills in the Bloomberg radio news room Iranian security forces detained hundreds pro testing a sudden sharp rise in fuel prices signaling there would be little tolerance for the unrest that has swept the sanctions battered country thousands took to the streets in several cities across Iran after authorities unexpectedly raised gasoline prices by as much as three times on Thursday Twitter is making some exceptions to its recent ban on all political ads we get more on that from Bloomberg stuck prisoner Twitter will allow cause based ads for some economic environmental and social issues but there will still be certain restrictions groups promoting content can't link to a candidate's landing page groups also won't be able to promote the add on behalf of a candidate or mention any particular piece of legislation and candidates elected officials and political parties will be banned from buying any ads at all including those about issues or causes to are also said it won't fact check because based ads either Limburg Doug prisoner now is the time to stay patient because assets are expensive volatility is likely to rise and growth is slowing according to Dan Iverson pimco chief investment officer we are patient and defensive maintaining portfolio flexibility said Iverson in an interview pimco posted Friday Iverson said global growth is slowing with the U. S. expected to slip to one percent growth in the first half of twenty twenty a New York hotel suite fit for a Saudi chic the Arabian business website says the park Hyatt's new Manhattan sky sweet cost fifty thousand dollars a night with a minimum seven night stay the suite boasts views over New York Central Park from the fifty ninth floor guests.

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"mark mills" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:38 min | 9 months ago

"mark mills" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm mark mills in the Bloomberg radio news room a five day standoff between protesters and police the Chinese University of Hong Kong ended Friday as the activists evacuated their makeshift fortress and left the campus the city's government is trying to step up measures to halt escalating violence in the financial center after a week of some of the worst clashes in the five months of unrest with countless incidents of vandalism angry clashes between opposing sides and two deaths linked to the conflict Hong Kong revised down its estimate for economic growth in the midst of political unrest with the government now forecasting the first annual contraction since the global financial crisis a decade ago Bloomberg's Gregg Jarrett reports the government released its final output calculations for the third quarter same gross domestic product will contract one point three percent and twenty nineteen from the previous year GDP contracted three point two percent from the previous quarter according to the government confirming an initial estimate Gregg Jarrett Bloomberg radio stocks rose for a sixth straight week as optimism that the trump administration will clinch a partial trade deal with China diverted attention from evidence that economies are struggling at home and abroad the S. and P. five hundred climbing nine tenths percent in the five days to close above thirty one hundred and the Dow Jones industrials pushed past twenty eight thousand for the first time six weeks of gains mark the longest rally in two years at least five major electric utilities including power giant southern company and Duke energy corporation reported declines in their electricity sales to industrial customers in the third quarter from year earlier levels and they're blaming trade concerns for some of the weakness particularly the ongoing dispute between the US and China senator Jim Risch of Idaho chairman of the Senate foreign relations committee warned that if Turkish president receptor yep Juan persists in the deployment of a Russian air defense system he will move ahead with a sanctions bill in Congress global news twenty four hours a day on Erin a tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts to more in one hundred twenty countries I'm mark mills this is Bloomberg this is Bloomberg businessweek hi and chasing Kelly and I'm Kaylee lines in for Carol master welcome to the weekend edition Bloomberg businessweek over the next couple hours we're gonna bring you news of the week inside from the magazine and more including your holiday gift guide that's right and before we get to that Kaylee and I love that holiday gift guide because there are some very high and things that probably no one's gonna buy for me but that's cool but there are things that I learned about that maybe I didn't even think I needed to know we're also going to talk about Nike we're gonna talk about we work to companies in the midst of sort of challenges of their own multiple challenges going on for those companies plus it might be my favorite story of the week is an open source software has gone from a joke to the engine of the world technology and it's hidden in an arctic Keith yeah who knew that if you really wanted to understand where the world might go in case of disaster it's hidden in a cave way way way up north but for some reason it's one of the biggest stories of the week end of the year I know you guessed it it's straight so Kaley trade obviously it's a market driver it's a business driver it's a headline driver to say the least this trade war between the US and China trade writ large it feels like one of the only things we talk about ever John donne and that's all he does he is obsessed with trade and that's why we love him we love catching up with him and his story the magazine this week really talks about the contours of this trade deal maybe the contours aren't quite as ambitious as we once thought they might be he joins us from Washington so Sean tell us where we are and how big or how small this deal looks yeah what we really try to do with this piece my calling Jenny Leonard and I cover this on a day to day basis is to step back and and really look at the the arc of this thing and we have gone it's worth remembering from a carefully crafted planned to take on China and for some really fundamental structural changes in China's economic architecture to what now is shaping up as a pretty narrow deal and some more talks to come and we really have gotten there as a result of Donald Trump and his unpredictability is what some would say his impetuous nurse and all of those terrorists that he is thrown on the table that it really changed the game here and they're going to have lasting consequences for what is really the most important economic relationship in the in in the world what exactly are those lasting consequences going to look like because as this narrative is drawn down for the better part of eighteen months now they now kind of looks like maybe we're just going to get back to where we were at the start of all this rather than some are fundamentally different than we were at the beginning yes I think there's two big consequences here one is is kind of the hard economic consequence the disruption that we've had from from this trade war there now terrorists from the US side on three hundred and sixty billion dollars in imports from China that's about seventy percent or so of those imports that is a big drag for a lot of businesses who rely on components from China or do manufacturing in China it also is has hit the ball more broadly business sentiment and the risk is also consumer sentiment down the line there's a reason we were talking about fears a recession here in the US in August and one of the reasons was the trade wars the second big consequences everyone agrees that the U. S. or a U. S. administration whoever was in the White House had to take on China and really had to renegotiate the rules of the relationship Donald Trump went all in on that in some pretty brutal tactics when it comes to international economic diplomacy there's nothing blunder than a terror of when it comes to negotiating these things and he re raise the stakes and the question is has he delivered or will he have delivered and what does that mean for the future can another American president come in and repair the relationship or have another go at it and that is really going to define the relationship going forward we've got a new level of hostility between Washington and Beijing that we really didn't have three four years ago well and shine you're one of the things you mention in your peace talks about their relationship in some of the moments along the way that the president and the administration had with business leaders you know who have stepped in at times to maybe trying to convince him to do something different than what he was thinking in these are well known name to see of Walmart CEO Blackstone CO Best Buy and others what role has business played if any in shaping this narrative what we know that there's there's been two borough of conversations that have gone on between the president and his aides and between president and people he respects and counts on for advice and business it's not just the CEOs you mention it Steve Schwarzman it's also people what donors like children adults and and and mainstream business figures like a Tim cook from apple who really has all along been lobbying for the trump administration to take a more cautious approach her to be careful what path that goes down because it does a lot of manufacturing in China and also relies on China in a big way as a market so you know trump set out to disrupt this economic relationship that also means disrupting business relationships and business has really been trying to come to restrain him or at least put them on a path to getting some meaningful changes that they do want the businesses have long complained about things like the licensing process in China the subsidies that the Chinese state owned companies benefit from also private sector companies and that kind of unfair competition that you get from China the intellectual property theft and and and so on again the big question as we kind of a new year the one year to go to the twenty twenty election is as trump's China gambit paid off for businesses has it really change equation and that's Sean done in talking about his story on trade with Jenny Leonard and Kaylee one of the things that I really liked about this was if you've been following this and especially if you haven't it's a great summation of both the strategy and tactics the.

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Trump ratchets up anti-impeachment rhetoric as troubles mount

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:25 sec | 11 months ago

Trump ratchets up anti-impeachment rhetoric as troubles mount

"May then president Donald Trump ratcheted up his attacks on lawmakers pursuing a whistle blower complaint more from Bloomberg mark mills in a Tuesday evening tweet trump said as I learn more and more each day I'm coming to the conclusion that what is taking place is not an impeachment it is a coup the tweet marked the seventh time this year that he's tweeted that has been the subject of a coup attempt but the first since a scandal erupted over his interactions with Ukraine's

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US stocks finish higher after Thursday swings

Sean Hannity

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

US stocks finish higher after Thursday swings

"Stocks finished the day higher after getting whipsawed throughout the session on concerns about the prospect of a global recession the S. and P. five hundred FTSE one more than one percent from its high to its low for the twelfth straight day in heavy volume before finally ending the day up the ten year treasury note yields slid below one and a half percent for the first time in three years trade headline said investors on edge low volatility has gripped markets for most of August since Donald Trump escalated his trade clash with China Walmart strong quarterly results and July retail sales the top estimates did give bowl some ammunition but big declines wait on indexes as General Electric sank more than ten percent on accusations of financial fraud which the company denies Cisco Systems fell eight point six percent after planning a slowing global economy for a weak outlook here's how they finish the Dow Jones industrials gained ninety nine points to twenty five thousand five seventy nine S. and P. five hundred up a quarter percent the nasdaq was down about a tenth of a percent mark mills

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Warren Buffett is lying in wait. Berkshire Hathaway has $122 billion in cash

Bloomberg Law

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Warren Buffett is lying in wait. Berkshire Hathaway has $122 billion in cash

"Berkshire Hathaway chairman and CEO Warren Buffett has described his collection of businesses as a Niagara of cash generation right now he can't keep up with the deluge Bloomberg's mark mills has the story Berkshire Hathaway reached a new record with a cash pile of one hundred twenty two billion dollars it may not be the worst problem to have but buffet has been struggling to find enough well priced acquisition targets to keep up the growth that allowed him to be broader markets for decades the growing cash piles shows the prosperity of the businesses the buffet has assembled under one roof but he has acknowledged that having more than a hundred billion dollars earned little return for several years weight is on the company's rate of

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"mark mills" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"mark mills" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm mark mills in the Bloomberg radio news room president Donald Trump today tweeted that things are going very well with China two days after his move to threaten tariffs on hundreds of millions of dollars in additional Chinese imports sent global stock markets tumbling trump said that so far our consumer is paying nothing from the levies imposed on China repeating a widely challenged assertion that China not US importers and consumers pay the tariffs Greg Valliere chief US policy strategist at AGF investments says the China trade war could lead to higher inflation but if you're going to have to pay more for supplies coming in from China US consumers are going to have to pay more for iPhones for toys for a wide range of products that have higher care son of you've got a very tight labor market and I think that if there's a sleeper here if placing could start to pick up we work is close to naming JP Morgan chase and Goldman Sachs to lead its initial public offering next month while sweetening the fees it pays banks according to people with knowledge of the talks the office sharing venture is expected to award JP Morgan the coveted first or lead position in its syndicate of banks handling the deal more protests in Hong Kong police fired tear gas to dispel protesters who had surrounded a police station in a shopping district that attracts many Chinese tourists protesters had sent a fire near the station and hurled bricks of the outpost Ryan police were also out in number trying to clear protesters from another area the Federal Trade Commission is scrutinizing a deal Amazon made with apple to sell iPhones directly on a G. commerce site signaling the agency has increased oversight of the tech giant John Bumstead who sells refurbished apple products said in a Facebook post last month that he was interviewed by the FTC about the deal the FTC and the justice department are ramping.

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"mark mills" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"mark mills" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm mark mills in the Bloomberg radio news room president trump was tweeting early this morning saying things are going along very well with China this came two days after trump's threat to put ten percent tariffs on the remaining three hundred billion dollars of Chinese imports that aren't subject to his existing levees sent markets tumbling from Asia to Europe and in the U. S. yesterday the new tax would hit American consumers and businesses are going to face even more supply disruptions China has already vowed to retaliate if trump follows through moody's analytics economist mark Zandi doubts the tears will force China into a substantive trade agreement they may agree to some kind of face saving arrangement is to get rid of this thing and the president may do that because he is an election coming but I don't think this is going to result in a substantive agreement which on Amazon dot com will let Alexa users opt out of Uman review of their voice recordings a move that follows criticism that the program violated customers privacy a new policy took effect Friday that allows customers through an option in the settings menu of the Alexis smartphone app to remove their recordings from a pool that could be analyzed by Amazon employees and contract workers it follows similar moves by apple and Google Warren Buffett has described his collection of businesses as a Niagara of cash generation well right now we can't keep up with the day lose Berkshire Hathaway reached a new record with a hundred twenty two billion dollars in cash it may not be the worst problem to have but buffet has been struggling to find enough well priced takeover opportunities to keep up the growth that allowed him to beat broader markets for decades the boring company will launch in China later this month according.

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"mark mills" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"mark mills" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm mark mills in the Bloomberg radio news room president trump was tweeting early this morning saying things are going along very well with China this came two days after trump's threat to put ten percent tariffs on the remaining three hundred billion dollars of Chinese imports that aren't subject to his existing levees sent markets tumbling from Asia to Europe and in the U. S. yesterday the new tax would hit American consumers and businesses are going to face even more supply disruptions China has already vowed to retaliate if trump follows through moody's analytics economist mark Zandi doubts the terrorists will force China into a substantive trade agreement they may agree to some kind of face saving arrangement is to get rid of this thing and the president may do that because he is an election coming but I don't think this is going to result in a substantive agreement which on Amazon dot com will let Alexa users opt out of Uman review of their voice recordings a move that follows criticism that the program violated customers privacy a new policy took effect Friday that allows customers through an option in the settings menu of the Alexis smartphone app to remove their recordings from a pool that could be analyzed by Amazon employees and contract workers it follows similar moves by apple and Google Warren Buffett has described his collection of businesses as a Niagara of cash generation well right now we can't keep up with the day lose Berkshire Hathaway reached a new record with a hundred twenty two billion dollars in cash it may not be the worst problem to have but buffet has been struggling to find enough well priced takeover opportunities to keep up the growth that allowed him to be broader markets for decades the boring company will launch in China later this month.

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Flooding hits New Orleans as possible hurricane looms

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Flooding hits New Orleans as possible hurricane looms

"And New Orleans Hunkers down for massive rain and possible serious flooding with that another global news here's mark mills in the Bloomberg news or one thank you a storm in the Gulf of Mexico that's already flooding New Orleans could grow into a hurricane before slamming into Louisiana this week drenching the region with as much of a foot of rain and causing almost a billion dollars in damage Texas governor Greg Abbott is warning coastal residents of his state to be prepared begin preparing your property begin preparing your supplies begin preparing your lines of communication to your family members begin preparing to know exactly where it is that you will be going to an event do you have to

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"mark mills" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"mark mills" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Mark mills. This is Bloomberg. Juliet, Mark, thank you so much. Let's get back to Hong Kong now and join Andrew Collier managing director, orient capital research, Brian. So he may about the Awan reference rate pretty unchanged from yesterday. It was fairly steady yesterday to after the PBOC injected the most in money market operations since January. How are you reading all the movement in the currency? Particularly amongst those Kohl's anyone shutting the Alani is going to make a huge loss. Well, we just did a research report based upon the data and also doing some interviews in China. And certainly the seven reference point is pretty hard and fast for the time being any weakness in that would be perceived by Xi Jinping probably personally by the leadership as a loss of face. We also noticed that there's a program called stock connect which is bringing in lots of foreign money, which is, of course, pas. For the you want. And we discover we think about eighty percent of that is consensus of Chinese money round, tripping, basically, the government told state firms that they had to bring their money back in, in order to support the currency, which means that the stock, connect is not really foreign money and Hong Kong's. Very proud of the stock connect, by the way, and it's in fact, a lot of it is state run. So that shows a certain amount of nervousness at the top, which doesn't surprise me, but they do have a lot of tools that they can use behind the scenes. What about the financial system and its overall health right now in China? How would you characterize that? Well, the, the, the de leveraging campaign everybody talks about so much was basically focused on certain parts haven't really d- leveraged. I mean credit is growing faster than GDP, so that's not really de leveraging but the corporate sector is brought down debt, which is good. They cut back on shadow banks. Because they're worried about a collapse in some of the smaller banks and the one Sean Bank a week ago in Mongolia. That was taken over is kind of an outlier, there's a bunch of banks that are in really bad shape. We estimate five or ten of their CEO's are under investigation for corruption. But that's kind of a SM small beer. The bigger question is, if you have the Minsk moment deflation of assets than me a whole lot of banks in trouble. But that's what the government's juggling now with its credit fueled growth. Let's talk about what's happening on the factory floor. We are expecting to get Pam, I Datta you tomorrow. In fact, you expecting to say that show some signs of contraction? Well, I don't pay a lot of attention. The PM. Because PM is basically a sort of an interview process of trying to understand the direction of optimism mini Kadhamy. So it's not my biggest focus. There is is a potential for slippage though, because the industrial sector is, is has is export oriented to some degree, and that may be reflected in the numbers coming up. But as I said, so far, the credits been pretty good. Consumption is, is been holding up a better than expected. So I don't I don't see a lot of slippage in that area still when you get I know it's kind of a soft data point, because it's essentially a sentiment indicator. But when you get a, a reading that goes into contraction, coupled with some of the other concerns that there are not the least of, which is the trade war, could this negatively impact sentiment in China in a bigger way than we than we may realize? Dement domestic Chinese traders are basically focused on government policy. If the money flows, they're happy stocks. Go up if the money doesn't flow stocks go down. I don't think they're paying attention to PM my western investors like it because it's something you can pull pull up on your Bloomberg terminal. But I as I said, it's I really don't think it's the main driver for equities in, at least in China. So what else I'm of the drive is in, I guess what are some of the bright spots semi stole the doom and gloom? Well, I mean, the, the, the de risking campaign for the banks was quite effective. It began about a year and a half ago. In the in the sea did a pretty good job of telling everybody that they, they can't collapse. They can't have a financial crisis, and that was affected. The overall economy has slowed a lot less than people had expected they've managed that downturn fairly well, I think Xi Jinping pays a lot of attention to his top guys like Leo, who's basically his economics guru, along with his trade negotiator. And these people have a lot of experience of the problem is that, you know, as it gets harder and harder to keep the economy afloat, then you may have a loss of confidence in Jen last week. I mean you've got a lot of optimism. These people are doing lots of property deals property prices are going up if they reversed and start going down ten or twenty percent for sustained period of time. There's going to be a lot of loss at confidence in the economy. So in terms of data points, going forward to, which is the most important in your view. Is it a retail sales? Number does that really tell us which way the winds are blowing. Yeah. Retail sales is fairly useful. All those, you know, the retail is a lot smaller as part of GDP than the United States. I look at land sales because I think that's an early sign of the property market, which is a huge part of the economy and also supports the local government tax base. And then you look at industrial production numbers. They're a bit skewed but least they're somewhat useful. All right. Always great to get inside. Thanks for coming into Hong Kong studio. Andrew Collier managing director, orient capital research. We thus he on Bloomberg daybreak Asia. It. It is looking like Hong Kong and China markets could open higher. According to the futures, it sent.

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"mark mills" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"mark mills" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm Mark mills Bloomberg radio newsroom as we have been reporting. President Trump has tweeted that ten percent tariffs on two hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods shipped to the US will rise to twenty five percent on Friday. He said, quote tariffs paid to the USA have had little impact on product costs mostly mourned by China. The trade deal with China continues to slowly as they attempt to renegotiate. No the Sunday afternoon. Tweet came as trade talks between the US and China are set to resume this week in Washington. The tariffs are actually paid by US importers who may pass those costs along to consumers. Investors have plenty to watch in the week ahead. Bloomberg's Karen Moskow lays out the economic agenda force finance gathered Tuesday at the south conference in Las Vegas, where we'll have live coverage on Bloomberg radio and television Chinese premier Leo returns to Washington for trade talks on Wednesday data on inflation headlines economic calendar with readings on Thursday. And CPI Friday and lift reports earnings for the first time publicly traded company. Karen Moskow, Bloomberg radio this past week Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell said based on current data. There was no reason for the fed to either raise or lower interest rates Saint Louis Federal Reserve Bank, president James Bullard and Chicago fed president Charles Evans expressed caution over weak prices and said the central Bank may have to act to lift inflation out of persistently low trend. Cleveland fed chief Loretta Mestre is more in line with Powell telling Bloomberg current fed policy is on the right path right now, I'm comfortable with watchful waiting and looking to see what that inflation number. Does. I would be more concerned the longer it stays lower than our target. But I don't think there's any reason now that that's going to guide me one way or the other. I think we're in a good spot. News twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Mark mills. This is Bloomberg. This is.

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Berkshire Ramps Up Stock Buybacks as Cash Pile Keeps Growing

Bloomberg Law

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Berkshire Ramps Up Stock Buybacks as Cash Pile Keeps Growing

"Warren Buffett says he's looking at the private sector to reform healthcare. He made his comments at his Berkshire Hathaway investor conference in Omaha today. Berkshire sitting on a cash pile of more than one hundred fourteen billion dollars spent the first quarter snapping up more of its own stock. We get that story from Bloomberg's Mark mills buffet has historically preferred to spend Berkshire Hathaway's cash hoard on acquiring new companies rather than buying back Berkshire's own shares, but this past quarter, the Amaha based conglomerate repurchase one point seven billion dollars of shares as Berkshire has grown into a seven hundred thirty nine billion dollar behemoth. The billionaire investor is founded harder to uncover attractive deals that move the needle for

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SpaceX launches supply capsule to International Space Station

Bloomberg Opinion

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

SpaceX launches supply capsule to International Space Station

"Elon Musk's SpaceX technologies has launched its seventeenth commercial resupply. Mission to the international space station for its longtime customer NASA. We get more on that from Bloomberg's Mark mills. The falcon nine rocket and dragon space capsule. Rumbled aloft at two forty eight AM local time from Cape Canaveral air force station in Florida. The dragon will deliver almost three tons of science supplies, and hardware, according to NASA and is slated to attach to the station on Monday space x recovered falcon nine first stage on a drone ship in the Atlantic. Ocean SpaceX and Boeing have contracts with NASA to ferry American astronauts to the space station

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"mark mills" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"mark mills" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm Mark mills in the Bloomberg radio newsroom. Pinterest and zoom. Video communications hit the public markets yesterday and successful initial public offerings. Zoom shares surged seventy two percent in its first day of trading Pinterest advanced twenty eight percent petrous CEO. Ben Silverman told Bloomberg television. How people use Pinterest people use it to get inspiration for whole range of things everything from food. They cooked to clothes they wear to their homes, and it's really more about your personal inspiration. It's less about your friends. It's not really about following celebrities. In the news. Uber has secured a billion dollar investment from three Japanese companies ahead of its initial public offering expected next month. Wall Street is closed today for Good Friday. Exchanges. Are also quiet in Europe Asia, stocks did trade Friday with Japan's Nikkei and the Shanghai composite. Both about half a percent. Boeing is working through the final steps before. Asking regulators to review and update for antisocial. Software. That's been linked to two fatal seven thirty seven max accidents and early milestone to lifting global grounding of its bestselling jet. But there are many steps in the FAA's assessment of the proposed fix that process could stretch well into June. According to a person familiar with the matter Easter, maybe a little more costly for American consumers. Thanks to African swine fever. That's devastating hog herds in China that story from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett. Mark retail prices for boneless hams in March hit four dollars thirty one cents a pound the highest since March of two thousand fifteen according to department of agriculture data of seven point six percent monthly price. Spike was the biggest in at least twelve years since the outbreak of the disease in August. More than one million. Pigs have been called in China, sending global pork prices soaring. Charlie Pellett, Bloomberg radio. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one. Hundred twenty countries. I'm Mark mills. This is Bloomberg. This.

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"mark mills" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"mark mills" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Mark mills. Bloomberg Trump proposes more tariffs, targeting Europe. US Senator probe soaring drug prices wins. News time seven eleven from the ram trucks traffic center expanded report now from Karen Stewart start on Staten Island. That's what I'm looking at here. Thanks to the jam Cam pact. Yeah. I know I see you very very heavy coming off of route four forty and trying to get to the Brooklyn bound on a bridge. The heaviest avoids really hits you a tote hill road. Then it slammed into the bridge itself. Now off the span the wanna speak recombination is packed up into Atlantic avenue. And then we're also very heavy westbound on the BQ from queens boulevard out pass, the Kosciusko bridge on your way to McGuiness boulevard, the I E through queens is jammed westbound between the clearview now and Woodhaven boulevard, if you traveling Long Island, speak three we have delays on the e westbound between Jericho pike and Glen cove road. And the trip to queenside is very very heavy. Westbound northern stay from twenty nine twenty eight that is still slammed and we're also tied up over on the sudden state from the twenty to seventeen but it's not as heavy as it was about fifteen twenty minutes ago. Here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels. It's thirty in the GW the Holland and Lincoln tunnel. All three of them are very close to thirty five to forty minute delays. And a check of mass transit for you. Now, everything is still running on time. Just keep in mind JFK airport terminal number five some road congestion around. They're going to close lanes to move the fuselage of the future future. Cocktail lounge at the TWA hotel. All that movement goes on until five pm traffic and.

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Nominees are in for Razzie Awards

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Nominees are in for Razzie Awards

"The r rated puppet comedy, happy time murders and the pro Republican death of a nation for which Donald Trump got a worst actor Lincoln was elected to unite a country and stop slavery Democrats assassinated him. Now, they're targeted winners will be revealed February twenty third I'm Scott Carr. Four people are on trial in Paris over an alleged scheme that fed consumers across Europe cheap. Horsemeat fraudulently labeled as beef the accused deny any wrongdoing. John trout, and I'm Mark mills. In the Bloomberg radio newsroom. The International Monetary Fund. And cut its forecast for the world economy predicting it will grow at the weakest pace in three years in two thousand nineteen and warning fresh trade tensions would spell further. Trouble in its second.

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"mark mills" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"mark mills" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Look at that list. The Wolseley fire burning near Los Angeles left three dead and is eighty eight percent contained. I'm Ann Cates. And I'm Mark mills in the Bloomberg radio newsroom in the UK as the Brexit battle heats up seven leading conservatives, including Boris Johnson are actively preparing campaigns to challenge Theresa May's position as prime minister, according to the Sunday Times a vote of no confidence in may could come as early as Tuesday. The time said may faces stiff opposition from within her own party over the Brexit deal. She negotiated with the EU Kathryn Rooney. Vera, head of research and strategy at Baltic says for the Brits the deal is taking leave. It is not going to renegotiate there's no new deal. So if this deal doesn't pass then we're going to see Brexit leave without any deal. So defacto heartbreak said, meanwhile, the European Union is hammering out the first block wide rules to prevent foreign investments from threatening national security amid growing unease over Chinese acquisitions, and despite the bitter divide over Brexit. Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett reports that Boeing is evaluating steps to expand its British business. The move comes. Even as banks and other manufacturers pullback from the UK ahead of a potentially messy Brexit, speaking hours after prime minister May's Brexit accord with the European Union was rocked by government resignations. Boeing your president Michel author said the company is looking at two or three options for expansion after opening its first European factory in England last month. Charlie Pellett, Bloomberg radio Saudi Arabian, stocks declined. The most in a month after the US sanctions seventeen officials over the death of US based journalist Jamal kashogi. The Tato all-share index retreating two point two percent at the close in Riyadh. The yield and the kingdom's five billion dollars in bonds due in two thousand twenty eight climbed to a record four point six percent last week in Israel, the Tel Aviv. Thirty five index rose a third of a percent global news twenty four hours a day on air 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 Mark mills. This is Bloomberg. You're.

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Mark Mills, Twitter and Bloomberg discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Mark Mills, Twitter and Bloomberg discussed on Masters in Business

"Federal judge. In New Jersey ruled Friday, the decision was a victory for generic drug companies, including tebow pharmaceutical my land amnio pharmaceuticals global news twenty four hours a day on air now tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Mark mills bis. Is bloomberg.

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China, Brunson and Mark Mills discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

02:53 min | 1 year ago

China, Brunson and Mark Mills discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"Economic sanctions on Turkey over the Brunson imprisonment China won't use its currency is a tool to deal with trade conflicts. According to central Bank, governor Ye gang as a tariff war between the US and China intensifies said China will continue to let the market play a decisive role in the formation of the R N B exchange rate. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and at tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and. Analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Mark mills. This is Bloomberg.

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"mark mills" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"mark mills" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Mark mills. In the Bloomberg radio newsroom. The mysterious disappearance of a prominent Saudi government critic is prompting some company leaders tobacco away from the future investment initiative in Riyadh October twenty third to the twenty fifth the event also referred to as Davos in the desert is intended to showcase prince, Mohammad bin Salman modernisation plan for the desert kingdom Turkey alleges the journalist Jamal kashogi was murdered in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October second a charge. Saudi Arabia denies International Monetary Fund, managing director Christine Lagarde still intends to attend the conference saying horrifying things have been reported. And I am horrified. But I have to conduct the business of the IMF in all corners of the world. Bloomberg will no longer serve as a media partner for the future investment initiative. Volatility in the stock market continued this past week in six down trading sessions from October four through the eleventh, the S and P five hundred index lost six point seven percent yesterday. Stocks rally. Lead with the SNP gaining one point four percent to close at twenty seven sixty seven despite the market turbulence Julian Emmanuel chief equity and derivative strategist at BT. I g is sticking by his year and target of three thousand on the S and P five hundred. We actually feel fine about that target. We expected the kind of volatility that we've seen over the last week or so we actually affected in September. And part of the reason that it has been as intense as it has been the last few days. It didn't happen in September. Sears one of America's most iconic retailers is said to be planning to file for bankruptcy as early as tomorrow, Sears faces a critical one hundred thirty four million dollars of debt. That's maturing October fifteenth as a Friday afternoon, the company and its creditors were still hammering out. Details of a bankruptcy plan that would allow the company to get through the crucial holiday season before the next wave of bills hits global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty. Countries. I'm Mark mills. This is.

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Bloomberg, SoftBank and Donald Trump discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

02:18 min | 1 year ago

Bloomberg, SoftBank and Donald Trump discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

"China. Also, SoftBank in talks to buy a majority stake in we work. That's according to the Wall Street Journal, SoftBank would commit fifteen to twenty billion dollars in the co working startup and pimco says go after emerging markets. So that might inspire investors. I have to say we're kind of stuck in neutral here in the equity markets. We do have the Nikkei slightly higher is less than a tenth of a percent, though, just twelve points, Australia, flat. New Zealand is down about a third of one percent. The kospi is trading down about six tenths of one percent. So not a lot of movement. The Bloomberg dollar spot index is flat. The ended strengthen little against the dollar Dalian. Now one twelve ninety seven euros trading. Back over a dollar fifteen US the AUSSIE dollar down to seventy one point one seven you mentioned that oil to oil is down about a quarter of one percent in on the Chinese currency. Not too much movement there either the offshore currency trading. Six ninety one forty seven against the US star. Let's check of markets not all that much happening. We'll get to all the wise with it with Stephanie Hofer coming up chief investment strategist at LGBT Bank. That'll be in a few short minutes. But for now, let's get a news update. Twelve minutes before the top of the hour. Here's Mark mills in the Bloomberg newsroom. Brian. Thanks president. Donald Trump said he had North Korean leader,

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Reserve Bank of India holds interest rates, rupee falls

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

09:15 min | 1 year ago

Reserve Bank of India holds interest rates, rupee falls

"Will proceed. We look at the vehicle factor. If we look at the roadway, we look at survival factors. We look at the the condition of the driver's license of the drivers we look at the operator self the company limo was on its way to a birthday party, a staunch backer of President Trump is taking a commanding lead in Brazil's presidential election on Sunday far-right candidate John Deere, Bolsonaro shot into the lead in Brazil's presidential vote in some of the most divisive elections in the country. According to official results. Former army captain Bolsonaro riding away, but indignation against corruption has forty eight percent of the vote with eighty percent of the votes counted. He needs fifty percent to avoid a runoff, President Trump's celebrated just Justice Brett cavenaugh swearing in. As the new supreme court Justice Democrats. Are regrouping and focusing on the midterm elections on ABC's this week. A key Senate Judiciary committee member Hawaii democrat maisy Hirono address, the cavenaugh confirmation there's going to be on the supreme court with a huge taint and a big Astra's after his name on ABC's this week counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway disputed Hirano's claim Justice cavenaugh should not be seen as tainted. He should be seen as somebody who went through seven FBI investigations, including Justin this last week, another one that was completed this past July had answered twelve hundred written questions had produced about a million pages of documents global news twenty four hours a day on air 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 Mark mills. This is Bloomberg. Doug. All right. I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York wanna let you know that the Australian market is up and running they've gone to daylight saving time down under the ASX. Two hundred is off one half. Half of one percent. William has is with us. He is co CEO head of research at PR. See macro, William always a pleasure to have you on the program. I'm curious is what do you make the PVC cutting the amount that banks have to hold in reserve over the weekend is triple are cut. How much has to do with concern about the economy, and how much has can does it have to do with maybe that the equity market falling out of bed potentially? I think both they're both related. I thank you know. So they they tried to downplay the need for this thing this interest. Swap out MLS maturity, isn't it? Also, some treasury deposits but realistically also over the weekend. We saw a major default in us. Bankruptcy of a major steel producer in Tianjin. So that that indicates that the credit narrative hasn't changed that we think the credit narrative is still driving the narrative in addition to the pen speech last week, and this kind of cloud hanging over a lot of industries in China. So we were expecting a triple are cut anyway. But I think after the speech last week, I think that kind of puts it up to the front of their agenda. How do you see this fitting in with the broader story about the trade wars this evidence that it's starting to bite for China? Well, yes. And I think the evidence is also indicating that this is going to go far beyond trade very quickly. And so the pen speech last week. I think it's something that people should really sit down. And listen to even though he's vice president. I think it's a very strong statement from the US and China's definitely taking it seriously. So what that setup is really, you know, an across the board clash of institutional values. And so it's very difficult to go from that to something that you just put into some numbers that reduces the trade deficit. So I think the signals coming out of Washington for a lot of a lot more beyond trade in the next year. So I think this is in the early stages of this whole process. It's interesting. We had a guest the last hour who's indicating that maybe the cloud would lift after the off term elections here in the United States. But I'm sensing that you think this is going to be kind of a protracted fight of sorts. Yes, I disagree with that view think what would pencil saying that this is, you know, I got a fundamental institutional clash, and so that's very difficult to back away from the oh, by the way, all those things are saying about China. They're no longer true. We're just talk about you know, soybeans. And and, you know, high tech stuff that doesn't make sense. So I think this is going to be a defining issue for for for Trump heading through this this first term, and assuming he's got to run for reelection that this is going to be something that he tries to seize on if only to distract attention from a whole range of domestic issues in the US. All right. Well, he when we continue the conversation, I'd like to talk a little bit about monetary policy, particularly from Chinese perspective and the degree to which they may continue to kind of manage the currency. We're seeing some weakness in the offshore Yuan right now at six ninety one thirty five William has his Cosio. He's head of research at PR. See macro, our guest on daybreak Asia. Obviously, it's the first day back for China's markets on the mainland after a week long holiday last

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China manufacturing weakens amid US tariff battle

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

China manufacturing weakens amid US tariff battle

"I'm Jane Johnson. A loud bang caused by a fallen barrier. Spooks some folks at the global citizen festival in New York yesterday. Some people thought it was a gunshot and people began to flee. I'm Christopher cruise. And I'm Mark mills in the Bloomberg radio newsroom. No one is admitting wrongdoing, but he Lon mosque and the

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Nasdaq falls as U.S. lawmakers grill Facebook, Twitter executives

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Nasdaq falls as U.S. lawmakers grill Facebook, Twitter executives

"Seventeen past the hour. Let's get you caught up on market action kind of a mixed picture for equities in the states. The big story was tech. We'll talk more about that. In a moment. Ten year treasury last quoted in New York at a yield of two point nine zero on ESPN really kind of stable. We weakened but not by much and right now futures trading in Chicago for the Nikkei at twenty two thousand five thirty which has us maybe fifty points below where we finished in the cash market yesterday in Japan time now for the morning, call Melena Konia, MS here, she is a reporter for Bloomberg's macro squad quite a day for tech. Yeah. Really was done. So tech. Shares foul after lawmakers grilled Facebook and Twitter executives on Capitol Hill. Overall, US stocks were nice lower

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"mark mills" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"mark mills" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On air 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 mark mills this is bloomberg this is the business of sports the international olympic committee is facing a crisis which sport would you point to and say put your money where the money is glowing inside sports around the globe has nascar cars business engine lost some moist power now i'm paying five or ten percent what i used to pay to buy the whole team michael barr nothing like a cheap hotdog which is what you should get scott sasha county you put your brand outside of the united states how do you catch panther around the world hello i'm michael barr and i'm scott sasha nick over the next hour we will explore the big money issues in the world of sports and talk to some of the biggest players in the industry on this week's show we have part owner of the vegas golden knights job loop but first let's look at the top stories of the week joining us is bloomberg business of sports reporter evan nobody williams and let's start with the controversy involving the philadelphia seventy sixers and tweets what is this all about love the story i've been i'm gonna let you do it because this is great i love this story the the ringer reported this week that bryan colangelo was the president of basketball operations for the seventy sixers may and may is a key word may have as many as five anonymous twitter accounts that he's been using for years to do things like respond to beat writers who are saying things that he disagrees with occasionally some of these accounts tweeted out proprietary health information about players he has bash players like chile local for like joel embiid like mark out full criticize your star player you do doing anonymous where it stands right now the seventy sixers are investigating.

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"mark mills" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"mark mills" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A troy ounce also bitcoin dropping to a month low as google has banned crypto advertisements bitcoin now eight thousand one hundred eighty eight dollars twelve minutes before the top of the hour that is a check of markets let's get the latest in news mark mills is in the bloomberg newsroom with some of the top stories making headlines mark next grind relations between britain and russia plunged wednesday to a chilly level not seen since the cold war as prime minister theresa may expel twentythree diplomats severed high level contacts and vowed both open and covert action against kremlin meddling after the poisoning of a former spy japanese prime minister shinzo abe and finance minister taro aso denied they ordered changes to documents related to the heavily discounted sale of public land to obey family acquaintance democrat connor lamb officially wins a pennsylvania congressional seat by a razor thin margin according to the new york times a recount his possible china says it will work with the new us secretary of state nominee mike pompeo and researchers at dartmouth said e cigarettes have led more people to start a real smoking habit rather than a void tobacco or quitting in favor of vaping according to a study published wednesday global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm mark mills this is bloomberg brian all right thanks very much mark let's take a look at the media review story here in the people's daily commentary says that china will firmly push forward the opening of the financial secretary now this commentary says that the opening will bring more surprises to the global economy and the chinese market has become more attractive the commentary says to overseas investors run the securities times also ensuring that union pay is working on initial plan to partner up with we chat and ali pay on their payments business and from aviation week that air china is negotiating with h and the beijing government about a possible acquisition of capital airlines and that's few stories that we're tracking here in the media review stephen over you all right thanks a lot brian let's switch our focus to consumer and travel demand going into two thousand eighteen joined here in the hong kong studio of by tim parker chairman of samsonite tim thanks for joining us so i'm just going to dip into the bloomberg terminal in the.

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"mark mills" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"mark mills" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It's time for mark mills wbz news time four oh eight bloomberg business news the closing bell rang and where do we landmark oil stocks made a sprint to the finish line were the major reduction singer best fiveday run since two thousand eleven extending a global rally as markets claw back from the worst of this month's correction and the stock market in europe and asia also closing higher today we had the dow up three hundred six points to twenty five thousand two hundred s p 500 up thirty two points one point two percent the nasdaq gaining one hundred twelve points one point six percent five days of gains are getting back a lot of those losses from early in the month health insurance stocks have been taking a beating since amazoncom jp morgan in berkshire hathaway announced an alliance to address the healthcare needs of their workers late last month a particularly nasty flu season isn't helping the insurers traders have been buying hospital stocks and selling insurers who are footing much of the bill for the wave of flu illnesses business reports at eight and thirty eight past the hour i'm mark mills bloomberg business on wbz newsradio 1030 okay nice finish to the day thank you mark thanks for being here in four tracey jockey and this reminder it maybe you have to step away from the radio or maybe you lose the signal you're in the car and you're in a tough spot well you can carry us wherever you are on your smartphone or your pod whatever you have just download us for free is the iheart app it's simple and it's free all right we're going.

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"mark mills" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"mark mills" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"News with bloomberg mark mills on this monday morning good morning mark good morning well we have a story out today on nonprofit hospitals ascension and providence st joseph health in talks about a merger that would combine a hundred ninety one hospitals in 2007 states wall street journal reporting that the combination would surpass the current largest us hospital operator ahca healthcare stock index futures point to a higher open on wall street this morning after closing at record highs on friday about a quarter of the boston herald two hundred forty employees are expected to lose their jobs following the paper filing for bankruptcy and agreeing to be sold to gatehouse media publisher patrick per cell said the company faces steep pension liabilities declining revenue and growing competition instead the herald would continue its daytoday operations tighter relations for bitcoin may be coming in the uk the treasury is looking at the bitcoin as concerns mount that the cryptocurrency is being used to evade taxes and launder money according to the telegraph business reports at eight and 38 past the hour i'm mark mills bloomberg business on wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time seven forty washington lawmakers are racing to reconcile house and senate versions of tax reform cbs's aero barnett says president trump wants a finished product on his desk within two weeks cautiously optimistic republican senator susan collins is withholding support until she sees the final version i am aware the bell is going to come out cbs news found only twenty percent of americans think it would decrease their taxes with seventy six percent feeling large corporations benefit most senator richard shelby of alabama who support the bill disagrees it's a lot of relief far lot of the working people middle class house and senate lawmakers meet this week aiming to get a final tax bill to the oval office by christmas cbs's errol burnett reporting wbz news time seven eleven time for us to be seven forty one i should say time for us to head to the a stick it com sports studio and chris seven eleven or seveneleven actually if you go to the.

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"mark mills" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"mark mills" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston book this watch never stops wbz news time one o'clock eighty two degrees in boston i make hera wbz news here's what we're following in the wbz newsroom tragedy on the merrimac river the body of a 16yearold girl involved in a jetski crash in chelmsford has been recovered quest into about event this weekend in boston lemaire is looking for some answers is there really was there a rally who's a rally be implant stone and police are looking for an attacker authorities are searching for a tewksbury man who allegedly punched estonian police officer and then led police on a highspeed chase pamela gardner with the weather dry weather continues today partly cloudy skies and a high of eighty three and on wall street mark mills will have the details wbz news time one o one the search is over for a growth went missing following a jetski crash at chelmsford last night wbz's bernice carpoolers reports her body has been recovered from the meramec river the body of the 16yearold low will girl has been recovered from the river roughly twelve the bowers after the jetski she was on was hit from behind by another jetski witnesses said she was wearing a life vest but chelmsford police chief james spinney says the girl was not wearing one when her body was found the environmental cui said um with the use of this sonar equipment at located a body fourteen feet on the wall the operator of the other jaski has been arrested authorities say douglas d'amato's has charged with voting under the influence of alcohol the.

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"mark mills" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"mark mills" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm mark mills this is bloomberg welcome to bloomberg law i'm jim cross headedness our does the world's top leave killer caused cancer will look at the hundreds of lawsuits accusing monsanto of failing to warn about the risk quickenloans know their affiliations wrapping defaults and fraud the latest subprime debt auto loan and they're booming former new york assembly speaker sheldon silver his conviction was reversed but it's not a get out of jail free cars and how president trump has been shifting the federal judiciary to the rights sheldon silver the once powerful speaker of the new york state assembly has been given a reprieve by the second circuit court of appeals silver was convicted of bribery in 2015 for taking four million dollars in kickbacks and was sentenced to twelve years in prison the manhattan appeals court toss silvers conviction because the instructions given to the jury did not comport with the supreme court ruling last year silver does not have a get out of jail free card though the acting manhattan us attorney says silver will be retried joining me to discuss the case and its repercussions is former federal prosecutor robert men's the head of the white collar in criminal investigations practice at carter in english and jeffrey bellen a professor at william and mary law school bob the supreme court case that caused this reversal was the case involving bob mcdonnell a former republican governor of virginia what did the court ruled there that was one that really had a strong impact on the government ability to bring the type of honest thorough broad because what we need to find what constituted an official at in that attack were pretty create for it was clear that the governor of virginia governor robert mcdowell had a red received two hundred seventy five thousand dollars in loans didn't get mad enemy her that what he did it up and needing or did you kept the governor's mansion in order to try to promote nutritional supplement on behalf of the businessman who had given a new gear on the question what weather that type of conduct hitting up needing providing the governor's mansion whether that type of conduct the twoday what people act under attack you've got to acquaint court held that it did not that it we had a line of what would be normal particularly service and therefore.

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