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"nacho dom cathedral" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"nacho dom cathedral" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Tune in weekly to the bulletin with UBS for all the latest insights and opinions from UBS and experts from around the world. French president Emmanuel Macron gave him much -ticipant address. Yesterday has speech that's been delayed for over a week because of the huge fire Nacho Dom cathedral. His televised remarks came in response to the yellow vest protests, which have caused a cloud over the last six months of his presidency and prompted a great national debate an exercise in which Macron heard complaints from hundreds of thousands of French voters history. Explain it all is Florence Peterman AFP London bureau chief Florence thanks for coming in after three months of negotiations. President Macron has vowed to press ahead with his government's program to transform France. He said that public order must be restored. How does he plan to achieve this? Yeah. That's what is very striking is intervention yesterday. Started after five minutes by saying that he was right in what he was doing his line. The direction is giving to his reformist government is right. And there should be a return to public. Order as you said like there was this month's of tuition by the reverse at time, very violence, and this gave affronts abroad and also in the country that that cannot be tolerated very much longer. So I think like reaffirming that people has to come back was something he had to do anyway because this is a request even from from the French people, but no concrete detail on how actually that will be chief where that will be police measures and during his own intervention, by the way, he gave the lead said the big picture of what he wants to achieve. There was not really much details like for example, mentioned like tax cuts for the middle class. But he didn't give any figures on this. I guess this will be left to to the prime minister to give more details. What he wanted to achieve to to talk to France as who'll after this long national debate and to give some answers to to the request and the. That have been expressed. But what is also remarkable? I think is it's not a direct answer to the elevates. It's rather answers for for for the Huda France and the population, which somehow more reasonable because the elevated said from the start and before his his conclusions of the great national debate that they would never be satisfied with what she was supposed to to to suggest the suggestion that the elite civil service academy is to be shot. This is a very symbolic gesture. I think what is also striking is that Emmanuel himself is a product of of the school. So there was also this kind of university e- could have also chosen to reform it because some some other institutions like sport, for example, in Paris, which is also, and it is school has been a bit transformed. So that there is more opening to to diversity to social diversity too. But so the the fact that you're not say, it would be scrapped is supposed to be an answer to all the critics of these elites ruling the country that seems to be always like working and thinking together and cut from the population. So I would say it's a symbol. But also can achieve some somewhere transformation in in in the way, people are trained before they become those voters in France. Was there any sense of an apology from Macron Renita give one where his head of state? So he cannot come and be that humbled to apologize. But he certainly had some knowledge -ment some remarks here, and there that he appeared he realize the appeal to our gun sometimes call this. It's not meets not my personality. And he certainly used allowed the words human like to put the human at the core of his politics..

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President Macron, France And Macron Renita discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:55 min | 1 year ago

President Macron, France And Macron Renita discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"French president Emmanuel Macron gave him much -ticipant address. Yesterday has speech that's been delayed for over a week because of the huge fire Nacho Dom cathedral. His televised remarks came in response to the yellow vest protests, which have caused a cloud over the last six months of his presidency and prompted a great national debate an exercise in which Macron heard complaints from hundreds of thousands of French voters history. Explain it all is Florence Peterman AFP London bureau chief Florence thanks for coming in after three months of negotiations. President Macron has vowed to press ahead with his government's program to transform France. He said that public order must be restored. How does he plan to achieve this? Yeah. That's what is very striking is intervention yesterday. Started after five minutes by saying that he was right in what he was doing his line. The direction is giving to his reformist government is right. And there should be a return to public. Order as you said like there was this month's of tuition by the reverse at time, very violence, and this gave affronts abroad and also in the country that that cannot be tolerated very much longer. So I think like reaffirming that people has to come back was something he had to do anyway because this is a request even from from the French people, but no concrete detail on how actually that will be chief where that will be police measures and during his own intervention, by the way, he gave the lead said the big picture of what he wants to achieve. There was not really much details like for example, mentioned like tax cuts for the middle class. But he didn't give any figures on this. I guess this will be left to to the prime minister to give more details. What he wanted to achieve to to talk to France as who'll after this long national debate and to give some answers to to the request and the. That have been expressed. But what is also remarkable? I think is it's not a direct answer to the elevates. It's rather answers for for for the Huda France and the population, which somehow more reasonable because the elevated said from the start and before his his conclusions of the great national debate that they would never be satisfied with what she was supposed to to to suggest the suggestion that the elite civil service academy is to be shot. This is a very symbolic gesture. I think what is also striking is that Emmanuel himself is a product of of the school. So there was also this kind of university e- could have also chosen to reform it because some some other institutions like sport, for example, in Paris, which is also, and it is school has been a bit transformed. So that there is more opening to to diversity to social diversity too. But so the the fact that you're not say, it would be scrapped is supposed to be an answer to all the critics of these elites ruling the country that seems to be always like working and thinking together and cut from the population. So I would say it's a symbol. But also can achieve some somewhere transformation in in in the way, people are trained before they become those voters in France. Was there any sense of an apology from Macron Renita give one where his head of state? So he cannot come and be that humbled to apologize. But he certainly had some knowledge -ment some remarks here, and there that he appeared he realize the appeal to our gun sometimes call this. It's not meets not my personality. And he certainly used allowed the words human like to put the human at the core of his politics.

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"nacho dom cathedral" Discussed on The Red Pill Report

The Red Pill Report

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"nacho dom cathedral" Discussed on The Red Pill Report

"Said. The prime minister said, we will be out by the date by that date the March countless times. So did we? So did we and many other governments, yet here we are racing towards the end of April, and facing the increase prospect of participants in European elections in may more significantly for our sins and local businesses is the fact that the uncertainty continues. And so they're not going to take part. And westbound to reporting conservative participant drops. The lowest levels since two thousand nineteen sorry, two thousand nine hundred seven now nineteen Ninety-seven lowest points is nineteen Ninety-seven. A new poll has put the conservative party. The level of sport of the general election down to lowest twin as low as the twenties in percentage points. Their worst polarizing for many years. Rightly deserved given the UK still remains in the European Union and is now set to vote on another batch of for not another Basha British AP's say, west monster, and they go, let's move on to a quick. Look at some church news. So heavy awesome church news. It's just one of the lights going to bring up really little optimism, big item really. But I'm just going to not comment on it much. It's just report the fact that more than two hundred people have been killed in churches as they celebrate Easter across Sri Lanka in deadly explosions. The BBC and others reporting. At least two hundred seven people have been killed on four hundred and fifty Herz and explosions churches and hotels in Sri Lanka, the police say eight blocks for reported including three churches joined the Easter services. And giving credit where credit is ju-, the mainstream media are reporting this now generally speaking, the murders of Christians go almost unreported most of the time. Now, I don't know how many of these were Christians, and how many were in the hotels, as just tree Lankans as it were. But a good number of these are Christians, and it is being reported, now he's still the New Zealand mosque talk, and that was for a week that was main top headline news when we saw national services of morning and, and, and even. Secular or Christians were encouraged rat where Islamic close to take parts and Islam ick praise and so on. Well, I don't expect that will happen with regard to Christians. We won't see Chris leaders going out and leaving in Christian presence on. In the same way that we saw people who are not Muslims, taking on Muslim prayers, and so on. But just to say it is being reported thirteen people have been arrested. We don't really know anything more about the motivation, the purpose behind this, though. So they go we'll move onto world news. And this is very much going to be true news. World news. I'll just give you a quick introduction links links to it there. But let's jump into our world news. I've said this before I'm going to say again, of no, no problem, no shame insane. This true news. T R, U, N, E W, S dot com. Doing an absolutely Fant stick job, as first class, Christian news. Reporting. Going to go through a few of the articles they had this week Friday. They discussed the shocking assertion by Temple Mount rabbi Schlomo. I've, I've Aena that the burning of the Nacho Dom cathedral could be divine judgment for the destruction of the capitalist two months, tell moods in twelve fourteen so it twelve forty four. And they detail join this program. What went on I appears that, although I would have some challenge at the moment with Nacho, Dom being the Catholic cathedral. That's very much involved in well. Catholic ever. See now, one point they were standing against a capitalistic, witchcraft Jewish, witchcraft and the teaching of the Tel moot and they had a trial there at in Paris. And they expose the hidden lies within the Talmudic traditions. The town moved teachings that still many, many churches are pushing today. They'll sell you types, and so on videos and charts and all sorts of stuff purporting to be Talmudic teaching his some of the mood teaching that was exposed in this Paris, trial, Christians who observe the Sabbath all who studied the laws that would be the five first books of the bible deserve to be put to death. Only those you study the Tel moot. That's not the bible in any way. That's the teaching of the rabbis on the bible. But it's really. Babylonian. Mysticism. Bubalo. Nian. Wizardry. Only those who study this will inherit the future life, or attornal life.

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"nacho dom cathedral" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"nacho dom cathedral" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"nacho dom cathedral" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"nacho dom cathedral" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Home tomorrow night the series with Denver tied at one apiece. The latest five thirty w I news time five twenty two time now for traffic and weather together. We have some contraction two left lanes. It's going to be on thirty five south any braunfels this morning. Couple of break. Tips be expected of you traveling loop sixty four westbound between two eighty one. And I ten traffic slowing at posted speeds better five minute travel time there if you see any traffic problems, give us a call at two zero seven eight five to six wine. I'm UNICEF Garcia for NewsRadio twelve hundred w. AI? Partly cloudy today. Good chance of scattered thunderstorms. Highs in the mid eighties tomorrow, sunny and windy, slight chance of showers. Winds gust up to twenty miles an hour. Highs in the upper seventies. And then on Friday, sunny skies highs right around eighty degrees, sixty nine right now news anytime at W dot com. Delivered by I work credit union making a good life better. Holding all it back down on yoga sex step back fifteen. Lamarcus Aldridge twenty four points last night's loss to the Denver Nuggets up tomorrow night game three here in San Antonio, seven o'clock airtime and look Spurs win that when they're back in control all matters. Just one game at a time will at last check more than seven hundred million dollars in donations pouring in to help. Restore the fame Nacho Dom cathedral in Paris donors from around the world and some of friends Francis. Riches families have pledged to help a day after the fire devastated that twelfth century landmark on Monday in a televised speech. French president Emmanuel mccrone called for unity and set an aggressive five year goal to rebuild the iconic. Joel now most experts are saying it's gonna take aids. But he says he wants to get done in five years thing is they wanna use original, you know, the the brick and mortar and stuff, and that's been charred and its been moistened from all the water putting the fire out. So it's. To dry before they can use any.

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"nacho dom cathedral" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"nacho dom cathedral" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Months. Right. I wish I could have gone to college six months, and then got a ten million dollars a year contract. And that's what they'll pay the first overall pick. I think on average for the next two years is around ten million dollars per year for that rookie contract. Well, the Knicks announced a couple of days ago that they're sending Patrick Ewing to sit and be the Representative the night of the draft. Lottery course, Ewing, the big Nick Starr from the eighties, and now coaches at Georgetown, but he's going to be the guy, and they're hoping that he's going to be the guy talking about the accepting the number one pick Cavaliers always have Dan, Gilbert, son. A couple years when they got. Kyri and some other players on the first overall pick. That's true and Patrick Ewing. At the end up getting the number one pick Patrick Ewing probably going to be there every year from now on day. But they hope he's not back for a long time after world's biggest rabbit foot. Yeah. Seven foot tall rabbit, Patrick Ewing. And for a short time a Charlotte. Bob cats slash Hornets. That is true. And now he's Patrick Ewing area. That's right now, he's he's moved on to be the head coach of the Hoyas shifting gears here. Just a terrible story to watch happen yesterday. In paris. There's no word on what sparked the fire. That has wrecked. The the Nacho Dom cathedral in Paris. The good news is it's not a total loss. French president Emmanuel Macron has promised to rebuild the cathedral says that they're confident that it's not going to be total loss father Gerald Murray. The pastor of the Holy Family church and Sara Murray consulting editor for the Catholic herald talking to Fox News. This is the symbol of French Catholicism. This is the cathedral of Paris. It is dedicated to Our Lady it.

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"nacho dom cathedral" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

09:39 min | 1 year ago

"nacho dom cathedral" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"On off year. Can't move. Let's do that. I mean, it's reported a first-quarter loss because of rising fuel costs and downward pressure on fares. And it's really looking especially bad since the same period last year. It had really good results after the collapse of air Berlin. And generally, this reflects weakness all across European airline industry after you know, bad weather and some air traffic, control strikes. So it really is reflective of broader pressures in the industry and B C today that it's about four percent, Germany, the Lambda was well sticking with German stalks. What are we hearing here? Right. I mean is Atlanta on the other hand has some really good news. It said that it was profitable in the first quarter after earlier analysts actually estimated a loss of ten million euros independence is really quite a pleasant surprise. And it comes after a few quarters Rosa Landa managed to beat analysts expectations. So seems like it's setting up a pretty good track record here. Great. Let's talk as well. About unicredit. This is the third stock that you're looking at the German units appealing guilty in a US sanctions case, right? So what happened is that? It's reached a settlement with several US regulators. The Bank will pay one point three billion dollars. It's Austrian unit will enter a deferred prosecution agreement and the German unit will enter a guilty plea and the stock is reacting pretty decently today. It's up about nine percent about zero point nine percent in Italy. And that's partly because it has the ready set aside a provision for the fine. And the Bank has said that that provision will be sufficient, and I think investors are just happy that this is, you know, off the shoulders of the company, thanks so much. Bloomberg's just Lee in London studios and Ondo as you mentioned the best performing stock on the stock six hundred at the moment up eight point six percent. And in terms of Lufthansa that you've talked about slumping to the first cool to loss. You all seeing an impact on other airlines as well. A little towns itself was performing down four percent. But Ryan Loa by. Three percent Ephron slow by two point six percent. And EasyJet also down to percents of those lines all the worst performers also down one point four percent worst performance in terms of individual stocks next. I mentioned a declining as much as five point two percent in its Milana trading debut, this the payment services company debuting Loa by as much as five point two percent. Alright. Those stocks to watch let's move on to a top stories. Install with comments out of the US Federal Reserve, Chicago president Charles Evans says rate cut could be on the cause if US inflation fools. He added that he didn't expect that to be the case. And that he sees rates on hold until at least the third quarter of twenty twenty. But while the scenario was hypothetical price pressures have eased in July two thousand eighteen closely. Tracked measure of underlying inflation rose above the central bank's two percent target full the first time in six years, and it was interesting as well. Because in terms of. His commentary. He also said that he would be tolerant of core inflation at two point five percent. So it really does bring to the full without discussion of whether the fed should be looking at above target inflation. Meanwhile, the feds Rosengren saying he doesn't see recession, but does see some deceleration from last year and the pace of growth and economic activity will be enough to bring further reductions in the unemployment rate in the near term. So recession is not my modal full cost was what he said. But inflation is below the target then moving on to Rosengren. Indeed, he spoke yesterday and said thought despite some deceleration from last year, the economy is doing well, but inflation is slightly below that target. He went on to say the Pacific running blow. The inflation target can be risky. My own preference would be in place in writing. But this is what we're arguing about over. The course of this year. This is what we're going to get feedback from the public from academics from a variety of different organizations to get better. Understanding how can we reinforce that two percent? Not just because we're worried about the inflation rate, but because we want to have enough policy room that whenever that next recession hits. We don't want inflation expectations to be low. That was Boston said president, Eric Rosengren who is vote this year on the right setting FOMC, as of course is Charles Evans sticking with central Bank news to avoid the Gallo says the European Central Bank subzero rate policy is still a positive. He's the governing council member who pressed hottest for a review of the measure, the comments echo, those of ECB officials, but it's a somewhat surprising twist off to visualize push to look at offsetting some of the impact of negative rates staying with China, new home prices have snapped a full month weakening streak. Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis has moved from Hong Kong. It's one of the first official signs of recovery in China's housing market, the value of new homes gained zero point six one percent month on month in March the government tracks these trends in some seventy major cities across the country on. Annual basis. Prices were up eleven point three percent compared to eleven point one percent in February. Now, the recovery was stronger in tier two and tier three cities their local governments use the kind of stealth easing to offer. Support this rebound raises? The question of whether any further easing will be needed. You know Kong Bryan Curtis. Bloomberg daybreak here. Let's turn to Bank earnings CitiGroup. And Goldman Sachs both delivered better than expected numbers. But instead of celebrating executive spent yesterday, assuring investors, they'll make more progress on revamping the units that are dragging down results. The story from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett. Goldman posted a bigger drop in equity trading expected and warm that the investment banking boosted. God of the first quarter may not last the equity trading slump lead Goldman to a bigger decline in total trading revenue than at CitiGroup board J P Morgan Chase Citigroup's unexpected bouncing bond. Trading wasn't enough to counter a lack of growth in its sprawling consumer division revenue is little changed in the firm's global concern. Sumerbank the number of open accounts and its US retail banking division hasn't increase in the past year while average deposits for the unit climbed only one percent, Charlie Pellett. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Meanwhile, the financial sector continues to be in the spotlight with Bank of America. Reporting today. Bloomberg's Jeff Bellinger has the preview analyst views are generally upbeat. Beye ratings on outnumber hold ratings by nearly three two. There are no cell ratings. Bloomberg intelligence says the Bank likely benefited from the improved industry loan growth seen in Federal Reserve, data commercial and industrial lending has outpaced other categories. It'd be a forecasts are for Bank of America to post a profit of sixty six cents a share on revenue topping twenty three billion dollars. Jeff bellinger. Bloomberg daybreak Europe, those top stories now for the latest in global news. Bloomberg's Leon guarantee 'em. Good morning name. In Paris, firefighters find his through the night to save. The historic Nacho Dom cathedral. My earning morning fire that had raged for hours was under control. But not yet out the cathedral was still it's two conic ball towers was saved. President Emmanuel Macron is following to revolt notch down. We will rebuild this cathedral. Together. A national fundraiser will be launched and Welby up orders. We will appeal to the greatest talents and many people will come to contribute to it. China's hiring hundreds of people to run the propaganda after voted to president Xi Jinping. Being the Kennedy says millions out on loading the program to school points with the government. Now called study the powerful country is the latest push to spread so-called Xi Jinping thought the president's take on socialism that's been enshrined in the constitution. Even before the move to boost its manpower the app topped apples domestic download chart shortly after its release in January in Hong Kong currenly, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Jeremy Corbyn insisted teenager who fled the UK to join his Llamas states entitled to tax payers money as she battles to keep her British citizenship. She is a British citizen. She's therefore entitled to apply for legal. And if she has a legal problem just like anybody else's in that decision will have to made by the legal authorities. And I think they should be allowed to make that decision. The labor is being defending the right of Shamima Begum originally from east London to seek legal aid. She's now in a refugee camp in Syria and his apply to challenge a decision to strip it although citizenship and finally in Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro may have found a way to get around economic sanctions, Bloomberg as learned that Venezuela. Benny Suelas sold about four hundred million dollars in gold. That's despite a growing international push to freeze the country's assets. Sanctions have cut off Missouri's regime from the global financial system. Global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron took on Twitter pound line bulletin, twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm young guarantee. This is Bloomberg Nara Leon. Thank you so much now still ahead on Bloomberg daybreak Europe investor descent market. Sent US Bank. Stocks lower yesterday falling following earnings from Goldman and city did recoup most of the losses, but Goldman closed lower by more than three percent will Bank of America fare any better today. More on that next on we keep an eye on the European equity market open as well, we've have full straight days of gays European equities for looking at.

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"nacho dom cathedral" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:46 min | 1 year ago

"nacho dom cathedral" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We've been keeping an eye on that then turning to what's happening elsewhere in the market. So I said we've opened flat on European equities in terms of the Asian session and how he performed there. The Asia Pacific index up three tenths of a percent better positively in Asia, we've also seen emerging market equities gain the ten year. Treasury yield going nowhere on a two fifty five hundred. We haven't moved much. Slow from that level where we closed on Friday after he jumped six basis points at the end of last week, the tenure Bundy still positive at six basis points the ten year yield goes nowhere. One point two. Two percent. NFL market is just taking a quick check on how the dollar is doing this morning. You're seeing the Bloomberg dollar index unchanged. We've had two days a flat trading for the Bloomberg dollar index. Ozzy outperforming allergy ten it's still the worst performing down three tenths of a percent. After a dovish was confirmed in the Rb minutes an interest rate cut was discussed. And finally, let's talk about oil. We're seeing it ever so slightly off today. WTI crew down a tenth of a percent sixty three spot thirty one Brent seventy spot ninety four down three tenths of a percent. So maybe sort of global growth concerns weighing a little bit. But also concerns over US stock piles, and we're going to get that data and they're already at their highest since two thousand seventeen they're set to rise for fourth week. According to a Bloomberg survey before the data, do you Wednesday? Okay. Those markets. Let's get to our stocks to watch. Christina lease in the studio with me. Equities reporter esteem Li Justino what are you kicking off with? We looking at Lufthansa, right? Let's do that. I mean, it's reported a first quarter loss because of rising fuel costs and downward pressure on fares. And it's really looking especially bad since the same period last year. It had really good results after the collapse of air Berlin. And generally, this reflects weakness all across European airline industry after bad, weather and some air traffic, control strikes. So it really is reflective of broader pressures in the industry and today that it's about four percent, Germany, the Landau was well sticking with German stalks. What are we hearing here? Right. I mean, the Landau on the other hand had some really good news. It said that it was profitable in the first quarter after earlier analysts actually estimated a loss of ten million, euros independence. It's really quite a pleasant surprise. And it comes after a few quarters Rosa Landa managed to beat analysts. Expectations. So seems like it setting up a pretty good track record here. Great. Let's talk as well about UniCredit. This is the third stock that you're looking at the German unit appealing guilty in a US sanctions case, right? So what happened is that? It's reached a settlement with several US regulators. The Bank will pay one point three billion dollars. It's Austrian unit will enter a deferred prosecution agreement and the German unit will enter a guilty plea and the stock is reacting pretty decently today. It's up about nine percent. Sorry about zero point nine percent in Italy. And that's partly because it has already set aside a provision for the fine. And the Bank has said that that provision will be sufficient, and I think investors are just happy that this is, you know, off the shoulders of the company, thanks so much. Bloomberg's just Lee in our London studios. Alarm does you mentioned the best performing stock on the stock? Six hundred at the moment up eight point six percent. In terms of towns that you talked about slumping to the first quarter loss. You all seeing an impact on other airlines as well. A live towns where it was before. My downfall percent. But Ryan Loa by three percent Ephron slow by two point six percent and EasyJet also down to percents of those airlines all the worst performers AG also down one point four percent worst performance in terms of individual stocks next. I mentioned declining as much as five point two percent in Milan trading debut, this the payment services company debuting lower by as much as five point two percent. All right. Those stocks to watch let's move on to our top stories and start with comments out of the US Federal Reserve, Chicago president Charles Evans, says a rate cut could be on the cause if US inflation falls he added that he didn't expect that to be the case. And that he sees rates on hold until at least the third quarter of twenty twenty. But while the scenario was hypothetical price pressures have eased in July two thousand eighteen closely. Tracked measure of underlying inflation rose above the. Central banks. Two percent target full the first time in six years, and it was interesting as well because in terms of his commentary. He also said that he would be tolerant of core inflation at two point five percent. So it really does bring to the full without discussion of whether the fed should be looking at above target inflation. Meanwhile, the feds Rosengren saying he doesn't see recession, but does see some deceleration from last year and the pace of growth and economic activity will be enough to bring further reductions in the unemployment rate in the near term. So a recession is not my modal full cost was what he said, but inflation is below the target then moving on to Rosengren. Indeed. A he spoke yesterday and said that despite some deceleration from last year, the economy is doing well, but inflation is slightly below that talk. It he went on to say that persistently running blow the inflation target can be risky. My own preference would be an inflation range. But this is what we're arguing about over. The course of this year. This is what we're going to get feedback from the public from academe Amax from a variety of different organizations to get a better understanding, how can we reinforce that two percent? Not just because we're worried about the inflation rate, but because we want to have enough policy room that whenever that next recession hits. We don't want inflation expectations to be low. That was Boston said president, Eric Rosengren who is a vote this year on the rate setting FOMC, as of course is Charles Evans sticking with central Bank news to avoid the Gallo says the European Central Bank subzero rate policy is still a positive. He's the governing council member who pressed hottest for review of the measure the comments echo, those of ECB officials, but it's a somewhat surprising twist off to veto Hoy's. Push to look at offsetting some of the impact all that negative rates. Staying with China new home prices have snapped a full month weakening street. Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis has moved from Hong Kong. It's one of the first official signs of recovery in China's housing market. The value of new homes gained zero point six one percent month on month in March the government tracks these trends in some seventy major cities across the country on an annual basis. Prices were up eleven point three percent compared to eleven. Point one percent in February. Now, the recovery was stronger in tier two and tier three cities their local governments used to kind of stealth easing to offer. Support this rebound raises? The question of whether any further easing will be needed Kong. Bryan curtis. Bloomberg daybreak here. Let's turn to Bank earnings CitiGroup. And Goldman Sachs both delivered better than expected numbers. But instead of celebrating executive spent yesterday, assuring investors, they'll make more progress on revamping the units that are dragging down results. The story from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett. Goldman posted a bigger drop in equity trading expected and warned that the investment banking boosted. God in the first quarter may not last the equity trading slump lead Goldman to a bigger decline in total trading revenue that at CitiGroup or J P Morgan Chase Citigroup's unexpected bouncing bond. Trading wasn't enough to counter a lack of growth in its sprawling consumer division. Revenue is little changed in the firm's global consumer Bank. The number of open accounts in its US. Tale banking division hasn't increase in the past year while average deposits for the unit climbed only one percent, Charlie Pellett. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Meanwhile, the financial sector continues to be in the owning spotlight with Bank of America. Reporting today. Bloomberg's Jeff Bellinger has the preview analyst views are generally upbeat Beye ratings on the avai outnumber. Hold ratings by nearly three to two. There are no cell ratings. Moomba intelligence says the Bank likely benefited from the improved industry loan growth seen in Federal Reserve, data commercial and industrial lending has outpaced other categories. It'd be a forecasts are for Bank of America to post a profit of sixty six cents a share on revenue topping twenty three billion dollars. Jeff bellinger. Bloomberg daybreak Europe, those top stories now for the latest in global news. Here's Bloomberg's leeann guarantee 'em. Good morning. In Paris firefighters were through the night to save the historic Nacho Dom cathedral, Ernie morning. Defy that had raged for hours was under control. But not yet out the cathedral was gutted still. It's to conic bell towers was saved. President Emmanuel Macron is following to rebuild not down. That we.

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"NewsRadio time is one thirty. I'm Susan Witkin people watching in horror as the spire to the Nacho Dom cathedral in Paris collapsed. Fire destroyed much of the building. My. On a cathedral currently engulfed in flames. The on and off the hall one. Here will be left to the building. So does seem to be still standing Dominic Waghorn there with our partners at Sky News. The three hundred foot tall spire at the center of the cathedral has collapsed. Bell towers remain in jeopardy. ABC's Tom rivers with more. French president metro tweeting Our Lady of Paris's inflames it affects the emotions of the whole nation thoughts. Go out for all Catholics and for all French like all our countrymen. I'm sad tonight. To see this part of us, burn. It is not clear what may have caused the fire officials say it could be linked to a nearly seven million dollar renovation project ongoing at the cathedral. Paris police say there are no reports of any fatalities at this point. I'm Mark Remillard, ABC news. Lachlan and her fashion designer husband are pleading not guilty to charges related to the college cheating scandal documents filed in a Boston federal courtroom say the two will plead not guilty to those charges of federal fraud and money laundering. They allegedly paid a half million dollars in bribes to get their kids into USC. President Trump says he's going to award Tiger Woods the presidential medal of freedom. What's one the twenty nine thousand nine masters yesterday for his first masters win since two thousand five in his fifteenth? Major win overall rockfall mitigation work in clear creek canyon. Now finished two weeks ahead of schedule..

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