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"nancy lyons" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Thank you, Nathan, the new House Democratic majority voted to end, the partial government shutdown, but broad congress. No closer to resolve the impasse over President Trump's demand to pay for boarder wall. The president and Senate Republicans oppose the Democrats plan and the next ever to reopen. The closed agencies will come when leaders of both parties meets with President Trump at the White House. This morning house speaker Nancy Pelosi spoke to reporters. Macula wall that does he have any doubt that we are not doing a wall. President Trump says the wall is very popular having the drone fly overhead. And I think nobody knows much more about technology, this type of technology, certainly than I do having drones and various other former of sensors they're all fine. But they're not going to stop the problems that this country has and as Democrats have taken over the control of the house. Bloomberg's Ed Baxter reports. It looks a lot commerce secretary Wilbur Ross will be called in to testify with control of the house committee on oversight and reform and Elijah Cummings new chair saying we're going to ask him to come in a main topic. He says we'll be allegations by committee Democrats that Ross had given misleading testimony on multiple occasions to congress about a decision to add a question about citizenship to the twenty twenty cents is Democrats in the past have said that Ross may have committed a criminal offence. If he was not truthful. About how that decision came about. Coming says, it's not known yet. Whether they'll need a subpoena in San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. Bloomberg daybreak. New reports indicate that Jim Webb at one time presidential candidate and former Virginia Senator maybe in line to be the next Defense Secretary. Bloomberg's Nancy Lyons reports officials tell the New York Times the Trump administration is considering Jim Webb who is an outspoken opponent of the Iraq war and a supporter of getting tougher on China during a debate while running for president in two thousand sixteen the democrat railed against Beijing's actions in the South China Sea and cyber attacks on Americans. He was also against the Iran nuclear deal, the former marine served as navy secretary and assistant secretary of defense in the Reagan administration in Washington. Nancy Lyons, Bloomberg radio at least seven people are dead in Florida after a fiery collision on interstate seventy five near Gainsville yesterday rain wins and surging seawater are striking southern Thailand. And threatening coastal villages and popular tourist resorts as a tropical storm makes landfall global news twenty four hours a day on air tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Michael Barr. This is Bloomberg. Nathan. Thank you, Michael coming up on six thirty six on.
"nancy lyons" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Washington DC where Nancy Lyons has world and national headlines. Nancy? Thanks, pimm. The most destructive wildfires in California history of killed at least thirty one people enforced. Tens of thousands more to evacuate as firefighters struggled to gain control. The most destructive in life and property is the campfire that's northeast of San Francisco. The Wolsey fire is burning along the Los Angeles Ventura County line. Scott McLean is the Cal fire spokesman says resources are really being stretched looking at over eight thousand firefighters assigned over two thousand thirty five fire engines, California, governor Jerry Brown is requesting a major disaster declaration from the president acting attorney. General Matthew Whitaker might not be a threat to the special counsels budget after all Bloomberg's Amy Morris with the latest Bloomberg news has learned Whitaker has reportedly told associates the Justice department won't cut the budget for a special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian election interference. It's a signal that some. Some of the worst fears critics had about Whitaker's appointment won't come true. What's not clear as to what degree Whitaker could impact funding for Muller since the special counsels budget is already approved? It also isn't clear how close Muller might be wrapping up his work in Washington. I'm Amy Morris, Bloomberg radio Iran appears to be sticking to its promises. Made in that nuclear deal reached in two thousand fifteen the UN atomic watchdog says Iran continues to stay within the limitations set by the deal intended to prevent Iran from building nuclear weapons in exchange for incentives. You may remember the US withdrew from the agreement earlier this year, but the other signatories to the deal, Germany Britain, France, Russia and China are continuing to try and make it work. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock.
"nancy lyons" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"DC where Nancy Lyons has world and national headlines. Nancy? Thanks. Pam President Trump is moving to distance himself from Matthew Whitaker as he faces criticism over his choice for acting attorney general Matt Whitaker. I. Matt whitaker. Matt Whitaker worked for Jeff Sessions. He was always extremely highly thought of that. He still is. But I didn't know Matt Whitaker. He worked for. Attorney general sessions New York Times assigning people who say Whitaker who now oversees the special counsel's investigation has visited the Oval Office several times and is said to have an easy chemistry with the president President Trump fired Jeff Sessions Wednesday after shaming him for months for recusing himself from the Russia pro well, it was on the eleventh hour on the eleventh day of the eleventh month in nineteen eighteen World War One came to an end about sixty world leaders, including President Trump will be marking the ceasefire centennial in France this Sunday British cabinet member. Jeremy Wright says it will be a time of reflection this weekend. I think will be about thanksgiving that this conflict came to an end. It was brutal. It was horrific of. I think we will all come together this weekend to say thank you for the sacrifices that were made. And so the end of that war nearly ten million soldiers died in that four year war, California is on fire ablaze in northern California is nearly. Quadrupled in size overnight now covering nearly one hundred ten square miles and in southern California the entire beachfront community of Malibu has been ordered to evacuate as a ferocious blaze roars toward the affluent town of about thirteen thousand global news twenty four hours a day.
"nancy lyons" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"DC. Nancy Lyons is there with world and national headlines. Nancy? Thanks, lisa. President Trump says the devastation caused by hurricane. Florence is epic and hard to believe he's in North Carolina to see the damage firsthand hurricane Florence was one of the most powerful storms ever to hit the Carolinas. One of the most powerful and devastating storms ever to hit our country. To the families who have lost loved ones America grieves with you. Hearts. Break for you. God bless you. President Trump will also be traveling to South Carolina before returning later today to Washington. Well before leaving Washington this morning. President Trump addressed the ongoing developments concerning his supreme court nominee, Brad Kavanagh. He says we'll have to make a decision if Kavanagh's sexual assault accuser makes a credible showing before the Senate Judiciary committee committee chairman Chuck Grassley says he's working to find a way to get Christine Blasi Ford to testify. We don't have any problem with Cavanaugh coming. The only problem we have in order to make it a fruitful hearing is to hear from both sides. And I'm going to concentrate in the next three days Ford wants the FBI to investigate her allegations before she testifies before lawmakers NAFTA talks between the US and Canada are picking up again. But a deal seems unlikely to be reached this week. That's what four people familiar with the talks are telling Bloomberg that would increase the odds that the latest deadline will be messed with President Trump threatening to go ahead with a bilateral deal with just Mexico. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on Twitter powered by more than.
Musk bid for Tesla: no formal offer, no firm deals with advisers
"Tesla's board has formed a committee to evaluate an offer by CEO Elon Musk to potentially go private we get the details from Bloomberg's pitchy Sikora this. Comes a day after the chief executive officer revealed more on who will advise him and help fund the potential deal the committee hasn't received a formal proposal from us and hasn't. Reached any. Conclusion on whether taking tesla private. Is advisable or feasible musk touched off the process a week ago with a, highly unconventional announcement of an effort to take a company off the public markets in a tweet late Monday the chairman and CEO said he's getting advice from Goldman Sachs. And private equity Firm silver lake and had lined up legal advisers he also says doughty Arabia I. Approached, him. With interest in taking tesla private, early
Exclusive: Tesla's board seeking more information on Musk's financing plan - sources
"Board is forging ahead. With its review of Elon Musk's bold and ambiguous gambit to take the electric vehicle maker private according to CNBC report, directors, plan, to meet financial advisers next week and are likely to tell Germany Elon Musk to recuse himself while they mole. His proposal special committee of. Independent directors will likely review the details and the board has reportedly told musk who owns, twenty percent of the, company that he needs his own. Separate advisors
Academy Adds Popular Film Category, Sets Three-Hour Oscar Broadcast
"Nancy Lyons, in the Bloomberg ninety nine one newsroom, well Nathan that's the lead today a congressman representing upstate. New York is facing federal charges US attorney Jeffrey Berman announced the indictment today against Republican congressman Chris Collins congressman Collins is charged. With insider trading. And lying to the FBI as alleged the indictment
Facebook unveils tools to tell users when to stop scrolling
"More than twenty seven, hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Nancy Lyons Thanks Nancy now with our other top stories I'm Julie Hyman, Volkswagen warns that it will take a Titanic effort to, meet its profit goals this year the world's largest automaker is going up against trade tensions, and stricter emissions rules put in, place after the cheating scandal tariffs could especially hurt VW's. Main profit centers the Audi and Porsche brands the automakers profits jumped twenty three percent in the second quarter the world's second largest mining company wants to keep boosting cash returns Rio Tinto raised its. Dividend payment by fifteen percent to a record high. It, also, increased a share buyback program by a billion dollars and approved plans to, hand investors about four billion. Dollars of proceeds from divest -ment Rio Tinto CEO John Sebastian Jok told Bloomberg the, trade conflict between the US and China has had no impact on his company cookies pretty positive direction to China is so as we see it and remember we. Have multiple entry In relation to China we sitting I, know we saying folks I. We, sing copper so and so, forth today it's. Absolutely clear that the economy is slowing down as expected as focused shears of. Cheesecake factory, fell today by the most in nineteen years the restaurant chain posted second quarter earnings that missed. Estimates it also cut, its full year profit forecast rising minimum wages. And overtime costs have cut, into cheesecake factory's margins Facebook is unveiling a tool to tell. Us when it's time to stop scrolling Bloomberg's Ed Corry has details tech giants have faced growing criticism regarding the addictive nature of their product. Facebook and it's photo sharing app Instagram or adding controls to help people measure how much time they're spending on the site's users can also mutant notifications for a, certain period of time or receive alerts when they've been scrolling for too long this follows concerns from mental health experts. In industry critics about internet and. Device addiction in June apple introduced screen, time which shows how Much time users spending on apps and how often they pick up their iphones Google announced similar controls in may Ed, Corry Bloomberg radio US manufacturing growth slowed by more than expected last month a gauge of new orders fell to its lowest level in more than a year managers responding to the survey were. Overwhelmingly concerned about how tariffs and retaliatory actions. Will affect their. Businesses coming up a preview of the fed decision happening in, sixteen minutes follow it live right here on Bloomberg. Radio I'm Julie Hyman this is. Bloomberg a.
President, President Trump and Iran discussed on Politics, Policy, Power and Law
"Right now we've got your, holy shares down. Six point three percents SNP up twenty a. Gain of seven tenths of. One percent Dow Industrial's up one hundred seventy one up seven. Tenths of one percent NASDAQ up sixty seven up nine tenths of one percents Tenure of, four thirty seconds yield two point nine five percent gold, is up three tenths of one percent and a, pullback, today for west Texas intermediate crude down. One point seven percents. Sixty eight ninety five for a barrel of WTI one oh two on Wall Street deputies it's time now for. The market, driver's, report and, as always at this time a focus on. American depositary. Receipts and here is Dave Wilson thanks Charlie eighty. Yards are rising though not as much as. You shares the SNP DR, index is up three tenths of a percent while the s. and p. five hundred higher by seven tenths of a percent, Japan Sony has risen three point four percents in US trading. Consumer electronics, makers earnings and, sales for its fiscal first quarter beat the average analyst estimates. In a, Bloomberg survey Sony race forecast for the fiscal, year reflecting robust sales of its PlayStation video game console the Saudi isn't. The only game company whose results were well received eighty hours of Japanese rival Nintendo of climbed three point nine percent Nintendo's profits Past the average estimate for. The eighth straight quarter thanks, to increase software sales online now Brazil's ITO on a Banco has. Fallen four point four percent the. Banks recurring profit for the second quarter came. Up short of the lowest analysts, estimate trading revenue fell seventy percent is Brazilian markets slumped in. Canada. Shop FIS lost four point one. Percent the developer of online stores said it seems slower growth in sales for the small businesses using its platform so-called gross merchandise volume decelerated for the third straight quarter Charlie. Now all right we think very, much Dave Wilson SNP down twenty drop again SNP up twenty seven tenths of one percent I'm. Charlie Pellett them that is a Bloomberg business, flash all right thank you Charlie a, week after President Trump warned Iran that continued threats. Would result in quote unquote consequences the likes of which future out history have ever suffered before the president told reporters at, a press, conference yesterday That he would be willing to meet with the Iranian president They wanna meet. Me anytime they. Want anytime they want good for the country. Good for them good for us and. Good for the world no preconditions, if they, wanna meet me. Mike Dorning is a Bloomberg news White House deputy. Team leader he joins us now for more on this story and now the secretary of state seems to be walking, back, the president's comments on no conditions for talking to Iran Mike What's the strategy here. Well this is President Trump showing his instincts I mean, he He believes. Two things one is that it's best to be. Strong and try to intimidate people and the other is that it's, okay to talk Pompeo has a. Little bit more of a conventional view of things but this is this is you we've seen this with, Trump again and again that he is. Willing to make threats beat the drum hard but then happy to talk with people? Is there any regret about walking away from the twenty fifteen nuclear deal with Iran is it looking better since the president may recognize after his experience? With North Korea that, it's not so easy to make a deal on nuclear weapons the White House says there's no regrets on walking. Away from the twenty? Fifteen, deal their their posture is certainly that. There's no, regrets And obviously there's a second element in the Iran deal which is The White House has has allied itself more clearly with Saudi Arabia than the Obama administration and this Saudis and Israel as have. An agenda that's larger than nuclear weapons here and they, want to Damage the Iranian power in the region their rivals of Iran in the region so they now have the, US allied with them In sort of trying to create more leverage and more stress on the Iranian. Regime the Trump administration feels like that's a good thing. That the Iranian, regime is under stress economically and politically at the moment, so it's the right moment to put leverage on them so that's a that's a. Slightly different goal than the Obama administration had which was primarily to ratchet down the idea, of nuclear weapons in the Middle East. Someone who, might be sitting at. The table to talk about Iran actually, might be is is the White House chief of staff John Kelly he's a former force he's a former retired retired four-star. General and now we have this reporting that he's? Agreed, to stay on through the twenty twenty presidential election at the president's request what can you tell, us about about all this well we've. Heard from two sources is that Trump actually ask Asked him, to commit to stay until twenty twenty four through a whole second tournament said he'd. Like to have them for the whole rest of his presidency even if it's two terms, and Kelly wisely set let's start with. The first, term and only commit. That far but it's an important indication. Because there have been persistent rumors that Kelly's in trouble that he's either gonna be fired or that he's going to quit. And this sends a signal to Washington that no? He's, going to remain there it creates a sense of stability At, the top of the White House which generally has. Seen quite a bit of turnover including the national security adviser, including secretary state and lots of lower level aid so it looks now if we take this if we take this and believe this that you have. Jared Ivanka and Kelly as long term people, at, the White House providing at. Least a little bit of stability And and was the. President do this because you know everything's good now because we also reported that you know the president's been mad at Kelly, on, and off for trying to control. Him, that stuff well I think. Part of it is that Kelly's learned that he can only, control access to the president so much and they've probably reached a motor supper Randy that's certainly definitely can't control his tweet and that's certainly what people tell us who are. Closely allied with both of them with Kellyanne with the, president that they're they're they understand each other more, personally now no one has, said this I suspect the fact that there was. A New York Times big story about charity, and Evonne over the weekend brought this issue somewhat to a head in the Trump world because it from that portrayal look, like they were eclipsing Kelly and this puts Kelly on public footing more equal to. The two of them great right Mike Dorning White House deputy team leader good stuff as. Always thank you well coming up on Bloomberg politics policy power and law US authorities decided to drop a high profile bond fraud, case but first let's check on the latest world and national headlines with Bloomberg's Nancy Lyons Nancy thanks Peter officials have.
How to access your pay before pay day? New apps making this easier for everyday workers...
"Me now. In our Bloomberg ninety nine, one studio here in Washington DC. Bloomberg news economics reporter. Show, Chandra who's got a story about this on the Bloomberg terminal show the. The blogger they're almost makes this sound like a payday loan that you get from your boss but it's. Not quite, that is. It no it's not that at all in fact this is one way around payday loans and you see this. In the gaining popularity that at such as the one from instant financial. And from daily pay those are becoming popular hourly workers as you said and yes you earn your money and then you have access to it which, has been. A problem especially for this segment of. The labor market and part of. It is because wages just. Haven't been rising fast Enough, according to analysts we spoke to so here's a case of technology really stepping in to help workers. Albeit in a limited way where the labor market has disappointed any right in your, story that part of the, objective here? Is, to help employers reduced churn. Among employees, it's very high and the restaurant and, fast food industries is is are these apps working are they reducing churn for the companies using them yes one assistant. Manager to Wendy's that we spoke with said it's. Really helping, deals charm and he seemed that right from the time he, joined which was late February, and now he's you know he said from, that time on the company started to roll the instant financial app They they've not only retain all the. Workers they had, they've. Actually added two more and about twenty four of, thirty workers already had this up so everybody there was, quite happy with. It and you know it's not just a good thing for employers, remember this is helping employees to be able to tide over that gap between paychecks and. That is what gets to why these apps may increase in use sorta gets. To the point of persistent issue that you alluded to earlier when, it comes to the? Plight of low income workers in this country I? Mean. They are still dealing with the struggle even on a, day when we had four, point one percent quarterly economic growth they still have to, make ends meet day. Exactly and you, know so, so one takeaway from today's numbers was that yes the economy's ring really fast did Very well in the second quarter but not everybody's benefiting from it in. Fact there was a recent recently released Federal Reserve survey and that had, shocking number in there it said too in five American. Adults lack enough savings to cover even a four hundred dollar emergency expense so you can. Just imagine how important it is for workers. To at least, the able to access through some of these. Financial apps the money that they have already earned by working hard and just to give you a sense of how these apps worked as one way you can get fifty percent of your what you've earned the prior day and it's for free so you just text on your phone and you can. Get the, money onto your debit card that's another one where you pay a Baku depending on whether, you want the money right, away the next day and you can get. All. Of the money, that. You've earned so they're these different models if you, will that are starting to. Come Up in the market and they're all targeting at not penalizing workers. Just to be able to get the money, that they have actually earned Show just in our last minute or, so here how do the apps make money on all this the apps make money by charging companies in the one case in instant financial but, they wouldn't disclose to. Us what they charge the employers. To be able to offer these apps to the to their, workers and another case which is daily pay the company that's offering this app daily pay is charging the workers themselves to use the app and they have a very interesting Way to attract more millennials millennials actually you can, text and emoji you can choose If you could pick. A house if you want to you know get some money towards your house red you can pick a money bag or if you. Just happy Texan emoji for a smiley and you get twenty bucks, with each emoji so what they're trying to do, here is get, more people involved whether it's younger workers or just regular. Hourly workers, make it simple get. The money that you have earned emojis to it I mean that's a slam dunk but in? Our our, last couple seconds here is this a risk for the payday loan industry I mean what did you. Say of, Bucker to, these these apps charge for for, workers to, access their money I mean that's a that's, that's peanuts compared to. The you know double digit percentages that payday lenders, charging, interest, not just payday lenders remember credit card expense Also add up if you can't pay bills at the end of the. Month so yes there is a risk provided these apps become widespread and by all accounts a my reporting. Showed that these are gaining rapidly, of course there still, mostly in, the healthcare sector in restaurants those kind. Of industries but there could be a day when this becomes a widespread phenomenon through the economy and then payday lenders better watch out. All right show Chandra thanks again for telling us more about this, really appreciate it that's Bloomberg news economics reporter show, Chandra now let's, get the latest world and national headlines with Bloomberg's Nancy. Lyons thanks,.
These 3 airlines to suffer most from growing trade dispute, analyst says
"On bloomberg television now let's go to our ninety nine one newsroom in washington dc where nancy lyons has world and national headlines nancy ministration is planning to revoke obama era policies that encourage the use of race in college admissions to promote diversity on campuses this is according to multiple reports the decision follows an inquiry from attorney general jeff sessions who asked justice officials to reevaluate past policies that he believed pushed the department to act beyond what the law of the constitution and the supreme court had required an announcement on the policy changes expected later today president trump search for a supreme court nominee is expected to take up his time this week and red state democrats are watching very carefully red state democrats are in a tough spot republican strategist ryan williams says no matter what they do they could risk losing support the democratic base will be outraged any member of their party who votes for whoever the nominee is and if you vote against the nominee red state and all the trump voters are going to be upset with you that could be a problem williams says the dan's need to watch how the confirmation hearings go and who the nominee is he says there's always the chance the nomination could blow up so they need to take a wait and see approach in washington i'm amy morris bloomberg radio tie navy seals say all thirteen people trapped in a flooded cavern in northern thailand are healthy and being looked after by medics they're still stuck in that cave while officials determined the best options for bringing them out before the rain returns in the cave floods again at the world cup today sweden defeated switzerland in the day's first match global news twenty four hours a day on air and ticked off on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries thanks nancy now with our other top stories i'm uni han the us is big three carriers american airlines delta and united continental downgraded by deutsche bank the analysts cited heightened geopolitical risk and the lack of near term catalysts the report said the current trade dispute between us and others could hamper the airline industry's growth given its close correlation the imports and exports of goods and services one french bank expand in germany europe's largest economy bloomberg's ed corry has details so generalities acquiring commerzbank exchangetraded products and.
Chancellor Angela Merkel's coalition saved after fight over migration comes to an end
"Nine one newsroom in washington dc where nancy lyons has more the national headlines nancy thanks pam the pressure is on for crews to hurry with their rescue of twelve boys in their soccer coach stuck in a cave in northern thailand heavy rains are forecast for the coming days and that could worsen floods already in the cave the boys may need to swim out using diving equipment which comes with real risks secretary state mike pump hale is preparing for more talks with north korea this week is new intelligence reports indicate pyongyang is still making nuclear fuel white house press secretary sarah sanders can i confirm or deny reports i'm not gonna comment on that we had good meetings just a couple of days ago and as you know secretary of state's headed to north korea or continuing to make progress the trump administration is reportedly looking at rolling back obama era policies that encourage the use of race in college admissions to promote diversity the wall street journal reports trump officials believe the recommendations exceed supreme court precedent with more of his traveling this fourth of july many are dealing with extreme heat and tamra johnson with aaa says if you're driving you need to take precautions to make sure that you're packing plenty of water and the vehicle making sure that you're planning on your brakes actually take time with the family and then nature that you're keeping your full currently the national average is about two dollars and eighty six cents they are cheaper than we saw from royalty weakened for that ship traveling through a little further this is expected to be the heaviest fourth of july for travel since they began tracking stats eighteen years ago at the world cup still no score in the match between sweden and switzerland 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 thanks nancy now with our other job stories michael barr in germany chancellor angela merkel is into the immediate threat of a government breakup over migration merckel and the interior minister horst seehofer resolved their two week old dispute she came up with a plan that will tighten immigration and keep her riveria and sister party in the coalition see offer have threatened to resign but you'll stay on the former prime minister of malaysia achieve rozec has been arrested in a graft investigation announcement was made by the task force looking into corruption at the troubled state investment fund one m db can read prime minister mahathir mohamed is trying to recoup four point five billion dollars from the bond iranian president hassan honey has arrived in switzerland and we'll visit austria tomorrow with the landmark nuclear coordinated and the two alpine country he's hanging in the balance bloomberg school multi belly has more from tehran president has unroll honeys visits to burn on vienna will give the first crucial size of whether iran's european partners in the nuclear deal half what it takes to save the accord after us president donald trump abandoned it in may and reimposed wide ranging sanctions on these republic the stakes are high for rohani as he faces criticism at home for his management of a currency crisis precipitated by trump's exit from the deal tesla has called a time out the electric car company has been working around the clock in recent weeks to beat a production goal for its model three sedan bloomberg's learned the company is posing some production this week that will allow us to do basic maintenance and upkeep plus workers will be able to celebrate the fourth of july holiday a north carolina woman says she was inspired to donate a kidney to someone she didn't know after reading a friend's facebook post about how her teen daughter needed a kidney tracy smits originally was tested for her but was not a badge her match ended up being for george adams a forty eight yearold father in south carolina he'd been on the transplant list for nine months snap collected schmidt says she's happy for him i know somebody's dying and they needed one i didn't think twice about it more than one hundred fourteen thousand people are waiting for organs in the united states coming up a check on markets i'm michael barr this is bloomberg business leaders are increasingly demanding the outcomes they want when they want them and paying only for what they use at hewlett packard enterprise we're bringing that flexibility and control to it with the introduction of hp green pay paper use outcomes on your terms come to hp green lake and see the future of it get there at hp dot com slash.
Novartis chairman says Alcon worth $20 billion-$30 billion: Finanz und Wirtschaft
"Us yeah based on building while list of retaliatory tariffs is after the us up twenty five percent deal and ten percents meeting aluminum candidates that about a month ago listen you know respond dollar per dollar us steel aluminum but also consumer good washing machines the motorboats they sort of put out there for consultation stayed we got the final lists no real surprises that is going to gain on july first days from now which is also today national holiday birthday for the country so countershock you're fat obviously or we're going to be following this a whole lot more as the show progresses bloomberg news ca canada economy and politics reporter josh wingrove be joining us later on in the program as we continue here to digest these newly announced retaliatory tariffs from canada thanks for coming on in the meantime in straight ahead here on bloomberg politics policy power law democrats take aim at dark money as the party looks for a midterm campaign pitch i we get the latest world and national headlines nancy lyons in the bloomberg ninety nine one newsroom thanks nathan president trump will soon be making remarks about the six month anniversary of his tax cuts and jobs act he's expected to applaud the measure for bringing bigger paychecks most americans authorities in annapolis maryland say the suspect in the shooting at the capital gazette newsroom wanted to kill as many people as he could police chief timothy altamaari just briefed reporters on the latest information in the case it was a shotgun used in the incident i would also confirm it was a pump action shotgun it was legally purchased a year or so ago and a bail hearing today the suspect jared rome ramos was ordered to remain in jail he appeared via video feed it took a marathon meeting that lasted into the wee hours of the morning but the european union has agreed to measures to stem the flow of migrants bloomberg's maria today oh is in brussels and spoke earlier on bloomberg television european leaders have agreed to create migrant control centers they don't want to camps but essentially put it as officials are gonna decide hookah qualify for his signing and those who did not her to be sent back to their countries and then a crucial point and the deal if a country that's a reference to actually feels of overwhelmed by the flow of migrants the other european nations are going to have to step in and distribute the migrant quota german chancellor angela merkel had been under intense pressure to find a breakthrough to stave off a government crisis at home well immigration will be the focus of more than six hundred rally scheduled across the us tomorrow organizers say their protests press protesting the separation of families 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 thanks nancy now with our other top stories i'm pat carroll overstock shares surged eighteen percent earlier today the most since december last year the internet retailer says it's crypto currency unit t zero signed a letter of intent with hong kong based p e firm gs sr to buy one hundred sixty million dollars worth of tokens the company's ceo says it is also considering expanding warehouse and fulfillment centers across the us novartis is new ceo is making another big deal we get details from bloomberg's ed corry less than half way through his first year on the job vase narrow is planning a third major transaction to narrow the company's focus on developing cutting edge medicines swiss drugmaker said today it will spin off its alcon eye care unit while using proceeds from the thirteen million dollars sale of its stake to consumer health joint venture with glaxosmithkline to repurchase up to five billion dollars in shares neurotic says he's also looking outside the company to broaden its gene therapy program concentrating on cancer neuroscience and ophthalmology ed corry bloomberg radio.
Texas suit could speed DACA's path to Supreme Court
"In this country muslims are highly critical of the us and and it's and it's it's it's role in the region in in in some some muslim countries so now not surprised but remember all politics is local well let's talk a little bit about this with larry lieber he joins us by phone now to talk a little bit about john bolton's trip coming up to europe and as you were alluding to their peter of how the president of turkey has been sorta saddling up against not against but with russia larry bring us up to speed a little bit about us russia relations and how all of this kind of dovetails together well it a bundle of contradictions more than dovetailing but the administration is pushing ahead of the president is going to meet with president putin in europe in july and national security adviser both in is headed to meet with a foreign secretary lab ross i clearly to set the stage for that it's gonna be fascinating turn of events because if it concerns about everything from turkey certainly syria russian interference in elections past president future and yet the president has said we have to have some relationship with russia he you'll recall memorably said they should return to the g eight group of of nations by inviting russia back in so there's a there's a bundle contradictions in us policy and the president is determined to at least address those in person and just in less than twenty seconds here sorry what i'm pretending to be a turkey expert you are for what do you make of the of the election outcome well like clearly gives president of one sort of mandate he wants to continue his increasingly authoritarian rule now i do read i'm not an expert on the ground but i do read that he is saying he may remove the state of emergency there is perhaps overly optimistic school that he might now that his power is totally and had he might ease up a little but that hasn't been his approach so far bloomberg news national security editor larry lieber wanna thank you for your insight let's go straight to bloomberg's nancy lyons in our newsroom in washington thanks amy the supreme court is siding with american express says the company can prohibit merchants that accept its card from steering customers to other cards with lower fees the justices say the government and eleven states failed to prove the practice harmed harmed cardholders and merchants donald trump's family separation policies continuing to wreak havoc for his administration yesterday the president tweeted he thought all of those entering the us should be turned back without trial or other judicial action which some site is a violation of the constitution bloomberg's washington reporter kathleen hunters says house lawmakers are set to take up the issue this week we're not want to be talking about this immigration issue heading into the midterms they wanna be talking about the tax legislation that was passed last year there was actually an interesting poll i saw over the weekend that said that support for the tax bill is actually been on the decline in recent months that's not good news for republicans the economy is actually pretty strong they want to be talking about that not about immigration and trump has been really keeping everyone's focus on his immigration issue because secretary james mattis says the pentagon is in close alignment with the homeland security department to build temporary migrant camps at two military bases this details are being worked out the sogeti much at the two bases what kind of other facilities they need built mattis did not specify which basis at the world cup saudi arabia defeated egypt to one glide beat russia three nell global news twenty four hours a day on aaron at tick tock.
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"And we had we're actually talking to former new york senator al d'amato yesterday about this republican and he said republicans need to do something about this it is it is supposedly the party of family values right sure i'm just throwing stuff out ask a question i'm just reporting what a former republican senator said about yeah he he definitely reflects a a probably a pretty small fraction the republican party these days that that wants action on this issue once actually a sort of a in a progressive way or a liberal way i guess to to help immigrant families and young immigrants in this country or who are undocumented well to quote another tweet from the president i think on this issue it never ends bloomberg news white house team leader alex wayne thanks guys enjoy the weekend i let the latest world the national headlines right now nancy lyons is standing by in the bloomberg ninety nine one newsroom thanks nathan president trump is trade threat today saying the us will impose a twenty percent tariff on all cars imported from the european union this unless the trade bloc backs off of the tariffs that took effect today on us goods like harley davidson motorcycles in bourbon whiskey bloomberg's craig trudell covers the auto industry in detroit he says tariffs on foreign cars especially those from germany will hurt hurt us manufacturers like ford they have some vans that come into this market and make some vehicles in europe you have chrysler which obviously employees a ton of people around here in detroit that they have vehicles coming over from from europe some jeep suv's i don't know that the administration has really addressed this fact that that there would be significant punishment handed down to some some us companies in addition to the germans that you know he he's taken to task many times on twitter and interviews the supreme court says police generally need a search warrant if they want to track criminal suspects movements by collecting information about where they've used their cell phones the justices five four decision is a victory for privacy in the digital age police have used the collection of cell phone tower information in many of their criminal investigations president trump is expected to make remarks on immigration this afternoon when he meets with angel families those are families who have lost loved ones due to the actions of illegal aliens at the world cup today nigeria just to feed iceland twonil earlier today brazil beat costa rica global news twenty four hours a day on air and at tick tock on twitter thanks nancy now with our other top stories i'm emma chandra is news update is brought to you by national realty developers of prime new yorker broke in philadelphia and delray beach real estate up to twenty percent return properties see them at a dot net.
Trump greets EU trade reprisals with threat of steep auto tariff
"To our ninety nine one newsroom in washington dc where nancy lyons has world and national headlines nancy thanks kam president trump is issuing another trade threat today saying the us will impose a twenty percent tariff on all cars imported from the european union and less the trade bloc backs off of the tariffs that took effect today on us goods like harley davidson motorcycles in bourbon whiskey bloomberg's craig trudell covers the auto industry in detroit he says tariffs on foreign cars especially those from germany will hurt us manufacturers like ford they have some vans that come into this market and make some vehicles in europe chrysler which obviously employs a ton of people around here in detroit that that they have vehicles come ming over from from europe some jeep suv's i don't know that that the administration has really addressed this fact that that there would be significant punishment handed down to some some us companies in addition to the germans that you know he he's taken to task many times on twitter and interviews this supreme court says police generally need a search warrant if they want to track criminal suspects movements by collecting information about where they've used their cell phones the justices five to four decision a victory for privacy in the digital age police abuse the collection of cell phone tower information and many of their criminal investigations president trump is expected to make remarks on immigration this afternoon when he meets with angel families those are families who've lost loved ones due to the actions of illegal aliens at the world cup today the match between nigeria and iceland just getting underway and the day's first match brazil costa rica global news twenty four hours a day on air and it tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries all money managers may seem pretty much the same but while some money managers may recommend high commission investment products fisher investments avoids them some money managers may have hidden and layered fees fisher investments never does and while some money managers are happy to earn commissions from you whether you do well or not fisher investments fees are structured so we do better when you do better in other words we're structured to.
House GOP delays their much-anticipated "compromise" immigration bill vote
"The justice second just to give the numbers the united states currently levels a two and a half percent tax on cars that are imported from germany and the other european union countries european union countries on the other hand they slap a ten percent tariff on any american cars sent to europe and of course we don't send that many cars to europe anyway yeah right mike regan thank you so much for being with us have a wonderful weekend still wanna thank you mike rig edit he is america's team leader from bloomberg markets live blog right now nancy lyons has world and national headlines nancy lisa republicans are looking at shrinking options for dealing with immigration after a conservative measure failed in the house yesterday in a vote on a more moderate bill has been delayed bloomberg's washington reporter kathleen hunters says it's not looking good for that option either democrats have said that it's basically a non starter and a measure but one that was backed by conservative republican failed earlier in the day and then found like leadership wasn't really able to get the conservatives that didn't like the more moderate measure enough of them on board in order to pass the legislation so they're gonna take another crack at it next week adding to the stresses the fact immigration is looking like it could be a major issue in the midterm elections president trump today tweets that republicans should just wait to deal with immigration after november he says house republicans need to stop wasting their time on an immigration bill because any measure they pass is doomed in the senate anyway president trump will be keeping immigration front and center today when he meets with angels families those who've lost loved ones due to the actions of illegal immigrants the european union's retaliatory tariffs on us products take effect today the eu is imposing.
International Energy Agency says Venezuela and Iran - may lose 30 percent of oil output
"In seoul today meeting with senior korean and japanese officials to discuss the next steps with north korea tomorrow he'll be in beijing well plenty of trade questions expected today when canadian foreign minister christiane freeland appears behind closed doors with the senate foreign relations committee 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 nancy lyons thanks nancy now with our other top stories i'm michael barr german foreign minister heiko maas called on the european union to unite and fill the void left by the us drawback from global agreements that have underpinned transatlantic relations for decades moss warns at the post world war two order no longer exists chancellor angela merkel earlier challenge president trump over us services exports to the eu moss in his speech and berlin says the atlantic has gotten wider under president trump us sanctions and economic upheaval may have taken a major toll on the oil market we get the story from bloomberg's patrice sikora in its first detailed forecasts for two thousand nineteen the international energy agency says opec members iran and venezuela could lose almost thirty percent of their oil output next year he says new oil output from outside opec in particular us shale should be enough to cover growth in demand but nations such as saudi arabia may still need to boost output to compensate for lost supply from other members opec meets next week and we'll debate whether to restore production at halted last year bloomberg's patrice sakarov at and t says it will close that's eighty five billion dollar takeover of time warner by next week and the federal judges approval of the deal could lead to a new wave of mergers the judge rejected the trump administration's arguments that the takeover would lead to higher prices for pay tv subscribers tesla's cutting more than three thousand jobs about nine percent of its workforce the firings are taking place as the electric car maker struggles in its first attempt to mass produce a car the model three sedan after a twentyseven year fight with greece macedonia has agreed to.
EU to Trump: Stop threatening us with tariffs
"Policy power in law newly released documents from the senate shedding some new light on the senate's investigation into russian election interference there's a lot to unpack here we're going to do that next i though we check the latest world and national headlines bloomberg's nancy lyons is in our bloomberg ninety nine one newsroom in washington thanks amy a second round of us trade talks with china is underway today both us and chinese officials have said the two sides still face significant differences president trump is taking a hands on approach he will meet with the chinese on roy himself the trump administration is reportedly seeking a reduction of the trade deficit with beijing by two hundred billion dollars by twenty twenty sticking with trae the european union is calling on president trump to stop threatening it with tariffs on steel and aluminum saying it is prepared to discuss trade but not at gunpoint bloomberg's washington reporter kathleen hunter says e you leaders are gathered for a summit with balkans countries these twenty eight different member countries were all gathered in sofia have been are not just united in their stance on trade and response to the us tariffs but they're using their kind of strongest language yet that we've seen since the us announced the tariffs back in early march so that's really really significant and i think the question is now as their meeting whether or not there's any specific policy doctrine or or official stance coming out of there the eu rejects president trump's assertion that the tariffs are needed for us national security president trump is marking the first anniversary the special counsels russia investigation by repeating accusations the fbi had a confidential informant inside his campaign he says the special counsel's investigation is.
Federal judge asks skeptical questions on Mueller's authority to bring charges against Paul Manafort
"Molar investigation here but i don't rule it out we'll be keeping an eye on track any headlines that do come out of the national rifle association annual convention in dallas that speech set to be getting less than an hour bloomberg news white house team leader alex wayne thanks again and hope you have a great weekend thank you still to come on politics policy power law the us looks beyond the iran nuclear deal is the may twelfth deadline is now just a little more than a week away i the latest world and national headlines nancy lyons in the bloomberg ninety nine one newsroom thanks eighth in a federal judge in virginia today it's been asking skeptical questions about robert muller's afar data bring charges against former trump campaign chairman paul manafort on tax and bank fraud charges federal judge t s ellis that third is suggesting the real reason that robert mueller is pursuing manafort is to pressure him to sing against trump the judge withheld a ruling on the indictment manafort is also charged in washington c well president trump as you all have been hearing is on his way to dallas to speak at the national rifle association convention he spoke to reporters this morning before boarding marine one and commented on the russia investigation and the possibility of doing an interview with special counsel robert muller i would love to go i would love to speak but i have to find that we're going to be treated family fairly and asked for his new attorney rudy giuliani trump says he'll get his facts straight that seems to suggest he feels giuliani misspoke about reimbursement to the president's personal lawyer michael cohen for payments to porn star stormy daniels trump says giuliani will be making a statement of his own shortly well the time in place has been set for a us summit with north korea's kim jong un but president trump is not saying when or where he also says the withdrawal of us troops from south korea is not on the table as he looks to get kim to give up his nukes at what will be the first summit between a us and the us leader in north carolina north korean leader global news twenty four hours a day on air and it tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists in the analysts thanks nancy now with our other top stories i'm julie hyman elliott management.
Trump hits topics from Ronny Jackson to Michael Cohen in nearly 30-minute Fox News interview
"A trump controlled regulator first we check the latest world and national headlines nancy lyons in the bloomberg ninety nine one newsroom thanks nathan the senate has confirmed mike pompeo as the nation's secretary of state the vote was fifty seven to forty two his replacing rex tillerson you may remember he was the former exxon mobil ceo who was fired by president trump on twitter last month white house physician ronnie jackson is no longer the nominee to be veterans affair secretary he withdrew this morning there were allegations he improperly dispensing prescription drugs was repeatedly drunk on duty and created a hostile work environment a special master has been selected to get the first look at materials that were seized from president trump's attorney michael cohen barbara jones spent seventeen years as a federal judge and also work as a prosecutor her job will be to decide what records may contain communications protected by attorney client privilege and thereby are off limits to prosecutors her determinations may help shape the direction of the criminal investigation into michael collins personal business and financial dealings with president trump weighed in on michael cohen today during a phone call to fox and friends this morning he represents me like with this crazy stormy daniels deal he represented me and you know from what i see he did absolutely nothing wrong campaign funds going in why is he pleading problem because he's got other things she's got businesses and from what i understand they're looking at his businesses and i hope he's in great shape it is the first time that trump has acknowledged that michael colin represented him in efforts to silence stormy daniels cohen yesterday said he plans to assert his constitutional right against selfincrimination in the daniels lawsuit 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 thanks nancy now with our other top stories i'm julie hyman deutsche bank is giving up his ambition to be a top global securities firm we get details from bloomberg's steve potisk germany's largest lender is embarking on what may be.
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"More all about this with bloomberg's nancy lyons in our bloomberg ninety nine one newsroom in washington thanks amy president trump as you've been mentioning is hosting french president emmanuel macron at the white house today during a brief discussion with reporters a short while ago trump spoke about the possibility of reaching some sort of trade deal with china the treasury secretary steve mnuchin will be going to china in a few days to negotiate on trade i think china's very serious we're very serious we have no choice but to be very serious asks for trade with france trump said we do have a good relationship on that front at a hearing this morning in canada a judge order twenty five year old alec manasian detained on ten counts of first degree murder thirteen of attempted murder he is the man suspected of plowing van into pedestrians in north toronto yesterday he did not enter a plea to the charges but will return to court on may tenth closing arguments are being heard today in the sexual assault retrial of comedian bill cosby his wife camille is in the courtroom today cosby charged with drugging and molesting a woman back in two thousand and four he says the sex was consensual white house officials are cautioning republican lawmakers from defending epa chief scott pruitt white house press secretary sarah sanders says president trump has no concerns about pruitt's job performance but they are looking at quote other issues well the confirmation hearing for ronnie jackson to be the next va it's been postponed due to increasing concerns about his management abilities the new york times quoting congressional officials who say he oversaw a hostile work environment as the white house physician and allowed the over prescribing of drugs 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 thanks nancy now with our other top stories i'm pat carroll coca cola's focused on healthier drinks is paying off first quarter sales and profit beat estimates both were helped by revamped versions of coke's diet brands and a growing portfolio of products that go beyond soda the world's largest coffee shop chain wants to drive sales with more drivers bloomberg's john tucker has more starbucks is.
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"In the first day suggesting that some of these tech ipo's that people are treating with some skepticism this year might be doing okay and you should read that column because we didn't have a chance to touch on it but it really is a terrific piece right now let's head to our ninety one studios in washington dc nancy lyons is there a helming the news desk what is going on in the world and the nation it's all about those russian diplomats the us is kicking sixty of them out and ordering russia's consulate in seattle to close in response to the poisoning of an ex spy in britain senior trump administration officials say the expelled russians include twelve spies who the us believes are working under diplomatic cover at russia's mission to the united nations they say the seattle consulate is a counter intelligence concern because of its proximity to a us naval base stormy daniels coming off last night sixty minutes interview about an alleged affair with donald trump is now facing a legal battle over a nondisclosure agreement she signed about two weeks before the election david schwartz is the attorney for trump attorney michael cohen he spoke to abc's good morning america our next move is that this case has got to go back to arbitration and certainly michael cohen will not rest until he recovers every single penny of damages and it could be twenty million dollars schwartz also says the suggestion by daniels lawyer michael ebanon that someone is societa do with trump or his organizations or threatened stormy daniels is quote speculation and guesswork more tragedy coming out of austin texas a police officer has been shot in an exchange of gunfire that led to a standoff at a home austin police chief brian manley says after responding to a nine one one call last night to officers took fire they look through the window and did not see anything they knocked and then as the officers were leaving shots were fired the suspect was eventually shot and killed global news.
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"Washington dc nancy lyons has world and national headlines nancy thanks pimm russian expert says the stockpiles of the sovietdesigned nerve agent that britain says was used to poison and ex by have all been destroyed and with us assistance related development in accusations following the poison ing russia's been punished by britain with the expulsion of twentythree diplomats and a response is expected as we hear from bloomberg's anne marie whole holder in moscow the foreign ministry called kpn crazy this morning in terms of the uk disposing and getting rid of twentythree diplomats we're likely to see a similar tit for tat response with russia also throwing out british diplomats but they're saying peskov the kremlin press secretaries' saying that putin will decide all this controversy comes as russian voters go to the polls this weekend and a presidential election ladimir putin is expected to win president trump will be hosting the irish prime minister today i for a meeting at the white house then for lunch on capitol hill hosted by house speaker paul ryan new audio of teen by the washington post indicates president trump may have made up facts during a recent white house meeting with canada's prime minister and the audio from a speech yesterday at a missouri fundraiser trump says he repeatedly complained to justin trudeau about a multibillion dollar trade deficit with canada without even knowing if it was true while the us actually has a trade surplus with canada this report comes as the administration engages with other foreign leaders concerning trade 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 nancy lyons.
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"In washington dc were nancy lyons has world and national headlines naturalised thanks kim south korean officials are to brief the white house today on the outcome of their recent meeting with north korean leader kim john on seoul has reported north korea expressed a willingness to hold talks with the us on denuclearisation and normalizing ties well president trump says another meeting today on aluminum and steel is a big one it's in anticipating he we'll be signing an order for tariffs aides say mexico canada and other countries may be spared under national security carveouts the move is causing concern among some republicans especially those up for reelection has we hear from bloomberg's amy morris in washington who herbal idea republican strategist michael steele tells bloomberg daybreak this will likely hurt republicans come november but hurry in addition to the economic suffering it would cause envisioned a good team that you would close to american standing in the world would be a real political disaster republicans in the journal excellent steele says now that white house economic advisor gary cohn is resigned there's nobody left a represent what he calls the rational probusiness message of the traditional gop in washington i'm amy morris bloomberg radio global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries back to you him in lisa thank you very much nancy lyons now let's go to washington dc where president donald trump is holding a cabinet meeting at the white house to our national security including american olobermann the hearing about that at the link at three thirty aluminum and steel are the backbone of our nation to the bedrock of our defence industrial base gray his presidency for washington to jackson dream lincoln two mckinley and others they protected our country from outside influence from other countries coming in and stealing out well stealing our jobs and stealing our companies and could be very fair we're going to be very flexible but we're going to protect the american worker as i said i wouldn't do it in my campaign we also recognize that today is international women's day and we're proud and all of the measures we've taken economically to empower women especially in the workplace she still what's up and i'm very pleased to announce that the unemployment rate for women in our workforce is at an eighteen here flo suspended eighteen years were very close to the.
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"Our washington 991 studios were nancy lyons has world and national headlines fancy thanks pin well congress has passed it to your budget that calls for three hundred billion dollars in additional spending on defense and domestic programs and suspends the debt limit for a year well the vote in the senate came first but not before a government shutdown took effect at midnight the house then passed it just before dawn and the president has signed it bloomberg steve content officer marty shankar says this deal changes the republican dogma about deficits it is basically congress giving the government a home equity line with no upward limit they can write checks for the next year at whatever level they want without any controls whatsoever concerned about the increasing deficit had senator rand paul delaying the senate vote with a floor speech calling out his republican colleagues for voting against deficits under president obama than voting for them under president trump a brags that deal is certainly proving more difficult than the us budget deal the eu's chief brags at negotiator michel barnier says there are substantial disagreements over the terms of the twoyear grace period that gives businesses time to prepare for the new regime these agreements the transition he's not a briefing this week the sides have been discussing the nature of the transition period lasting until the end of 2020 the killing chang winter olympics have begun during today's opening ceremony north and south korean delegations mark marched together under one flag a sign of detente after months of tensions global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm nancy minds thanks man now with our other job stories on michael barr one of wynn resorts rivals says.
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"And that's about a nine percent increase over the previous year and level they save with the delay in the tax have a massive pinpointed about two billion dollars a year this with dave this new delay is temporary the industry's already starting a renewed push for a permanent repeal in washington nancy lyons bloomberg radio thanks nancy you'd is now six thirty eight on wall street the following is from bloomberg view the opinion section of bloomberg it would be our rages for president to ask the question under any circumstances but it's especially alarming to learn that donald trump asked the candidate to lead the fbi andrew mccabe who voted for in the 2016 election and the question the mckay was not an isolated incident last year trump took the highly unusual step at the interview and a candidate for us attorney for the southern district of new york a jurisdiction that includes trump's home he also spoke with candidates for new york's eastern district and for washington both places where he has business holdings it's true that these positions are presidential appointment but they report to the attorney general not the white house since taking office trump has shown reckless disregard for ethical safeguards and been equally dismissive of prosecutorial independence republican senators to deliver a clear message to the president political interference in the justice department undermined public respect for the rule of law in the institutions that must preserve it this editorial was written by the bloomberg view editorial board i'm david shipley for more view please go to bloombergviewcom and view go on the bloomberg terminal this has been bloomberg view bloomberg view editorials can be heard every weekday at this time time now.
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"On the latest world and national headlines with bloomberg's nancy lyons i nancy june the republican led house will vote later today on a bill to continue government spending pass tomorrow night bloomberg serve chapman reports from her paul ryan said president trump's support will help him round up republican votes i have coverage will pass because i think members understand why on earth would we want to have a government shutdown hurt the military preventive children's health insurance program from shutting down in all these states in a few days the same turned the ryan spoke democratic leader chuck schumer was on the senate floor if this bill passes there'll be no incentive to negotiate house republicans don't even know if they can pass some senate republicans have said they don't wanna vote for it ideally we'd all roll up our sleeves and try to reach an agreement on all of the issues we need to resolve issues starting with immigration in washington earth chapman bloomberg radio there is now some talk lawmakers may vote on a stop stopgap funding bill that would fund the government for just a few more days instead of weeks if there is a government shutdown bloomberg has learned special counsel robert muller will not be affected those working on the russian investigation are exempt from mandatory furloughs according to a justice department official all the trump appointed acting director of the federal government's consumer watchdog agency is requesting zero dollars of funding for the second quarter mick mulvaney says he intends to first spend down the agency's rainy day fund global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm nancy lyons this is a bloomberg market minute un stocks are drifting lower empty hitting alltime highs yes today the dow jones industrial average is down ninety four points to twenty six thousand 21 sp 500 falling four point but the nasdaq is up three points the labor department says filing for unemployment benefits plummeted to the lowest level in almost forty five years assigned the job market will tighten ferber this year claims dropped by forty one thousand to two hundred twenty thousand alcoa's slit the most in more than.
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"Booklet of endorsing wherever or romar for example on busy alienating women uh going into 2020 with bat endorsement who knows what well he's far from unbeatable and 2020 you never know what's going to happen in the future but if you believe trump's analysis of the likely impact of the tax plan is correct and he argues and i think he genuinely believes that a big corporate tax cut will stimulate the economy that not only will there be a big runup in the stock market but he believes that's a predictor of what will happen in the real economy if the economy's going gangbusters that always helps the incumbent were republican or incumbent president of any party so if that happens that helps them a lot all right thank you mike mike dorning the deputy white house editor for bloomberg news thanks for joining us coming up on bloomberg politics policy and power despite his uncertain future at the state department rex tillerson heading abroad to meet with our european allies that first we check on the latest world and national headlines bloomberg's nancy lyons in our 991 newsroom in washington thanks amy president trump is on his way to salt lake city where he is expected to announce cuts to two of the state's national monuments the bears years of the grand staircaseescalante national monuments that span millions of acres the bears ears national monument is on land that sacred native americans and home to tens of thousands of archaeological sites including ancient clift dwellings trump spoke this morning before boarding marine one go and others that wanted to be done for many many years it will be one of the great really events in this country in a long time so important for states rights in federal court for the faithful of utah trump has said former presidents unnecessarily put big chunks of territory offlimits to drilling mining grazing road traffic in other activities tribes in environmental groups have vowed to sue congress could take action on new gun regulations this week following the most recent mass shootings the houses lined up a vote this week on a bill with two different ideas on guns one is a pretty bipartisan issue about reporting to the national background check system bloomberg government's lauren dugin that's being paired with a bill that is very partisan dealing with.
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"Our washington dc ninety nine one studios and nancy lyons has world and national headlines stance it thanks pin devon kelly the man a thirty say open fire on conquering congregants santa baptist church in southern on springs texas apparently received the bad conduct discharged from the air force for allegedly assaulting his spouse in child president trump calls him deranged and says this is not a guns issue but a mental health issue twenty six people were killed twenty others wounded in yesterday's attack mario cavazos says he saw the suspect as he walked towards the church walking like a person is what can i knew he he added had known again and i just i figured it was just when we wanted closer we had kids all over the place think about it and that's decatur say they are still not ready to discuss the mod at house republicans today begin the markup of their tax proposal there said to be weighing a repeal of the key tenet of the obama era health care law is part of that package speaker paul ryan said yesterday republicans are discussing whether they are tax plan should include a repeal of the oba obama health laws requirement people have insurance coverage your face a penalty already the house tax package is coming under fire with economic studies that suggest it with largely benefit the highest earners and which fail to pay for itself through economic growth senator rand paul zangari's from attack at his home appear to be worse than first reported aids now say the kentucky senator is recovering from five broken ribs and bruises to his lungs after being assaulted biased nextdoorneighbor that neighbor has been charged with forced to agree assault it's not clear what prompted the attack.
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"To washington dc nancy lyons has world at national headlines for us nancy thanks lisa president trump has already left washington for that trip to asia he'll be discussing trade and security concerns with leaders in japan south korea china vietnam and the philippines he will be trying to pivot the discussion away from russian meddling in toward building alliances to deal with north korea well one of the official congressional score capers the joint committee on taxation says the house tax plan is estimated to add nearly one and a half trillion dollars to the deficit over the next ten years that just fits under the amount that is allowed under the budget that was adopted last week it does include corporate tax rate cuts and limits on property tax and mortgage interest deduction but bloomberg's chief washington correspondent kevin early says republicans have a fight ahead trying to get this passed there are some special interest groups according to realtors as well as the small business lobby that are disappointed with the pay for his of this tax proposal that said they've got to get this through committee next week at the markup on november six and the big takeaway that republicans are truly trying to do within the next couple of days is too is to sell this as something that's going to help middleclass america despite the onslaught of criticism coming from democrats what president trump is making light of his twitter account going dark for a few minutes last night twitter says trump's it count was deactivated by customer support worker on his or her last day on the job leaving a dark for several minutes trump tweeted this morning his account was taken down by a rogue employees and said quote i guess the word must finally be getting out and having an impact global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries timing sea lions hello anyone there thank goodness giant medicare me it's so complicated no worries united healthcare has the people tools and plans to get.
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"More than 120 countries i'm nancy lyons this is a bloomberg market minute stocks are little changed as investors are waiting for the minutes from the latest federal reserve meeting wall street will parts report for further confirmation that the december rate increases on track kroger shares rallying after thing and might sell its convenience store business that's a one point four billion dollar operation that spans eighteen states kroger it's evaluating operations at a time when amazoncom is pushing into the supermarket business the outlook has been further complicated by the recent arrival of the european lowcost competitors phillips this suspending production of some heart devices in the us for about a year over a spat with regulators on quality inspections the defer but later lowered main and use in the us and phillips will continue to provide services and parts while production is suspended and apple is making a clear how it plans to challenge networks then amazon in the tv business the tech giant is doing a remake of steven spielberg sciencefiction series amazing stories it's the first original series apple has agreed to finance corny done how bloomberg radio with the bloomberg business of sports report i'm charlie pellett football taxes and the flag president trump is suggesting that the government change its tax laws to punish organizations like the nfl if members are quote disrespecting the national anthem or flag the nfl gave up its federal tax exempt status so few years ago and now files tax returns as a taxable entity the nba has selected japanese online retail giant rocco town for a global marketing.
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"The latest well the national headlines nancy lyons in our bloomberg 991 studios in washington thanks amy as you've been hearing here on bloomberg north korea is sending a stern warning to the us following strong sanctions imposed by the united nations this weekend bloomberg's michael barr with the latest the top diplomat were north korea says under no circumstances will the put its nuclear weapons or ballistic missiles on the negotiating table according to foreign minister real yom home his country has no intention of using nuclear weapons against any country except the us says the only way that would change zip another country joined in an american action against beyond yang michael barr bloomberg radio the city of chicago is just filed a federal lawsuit challenging a trump administration immigration stance alleging it's illegal for the government to withhold public safety grants from socalled sanctuary cities chicago mayor rahm emanuel says implementing such policies would damage people's trust in the police are police department are part of a neighborhood part of a community that is built on the premise of trust between residents and the police department it's not the police department is a part of the fabric of makes a community safe and we want people to come forward to work with the police department not the fair them vice president mike pence is calling in new york times reports suggesting that lent he's laying the groundwork for a possible presidential run quote disgraceful an offensive pence says his team is instead focusing its efforts on advancing the agenda of president donald trump to see him be reelected did in 2020 global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm nancy lyons you want what would you say about your brokerdealer i love that i can call in and get expert advice i love that you answer the phone in that i'm not a number i love.
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"Last forty six baybridge series giants one tenth ford open where the bloomberg nbc sports update i'm jon stashower john thanks to john the white house is laying out in a bishop timelines on tax reform and it ought to rush things along officials say getting some help from the coq brothers network nancy lyons is in the bloomberg ninety nine one washington newsroom with details billion years charles and david coker spreading the word to their groups americans for prosperity and freedom partners after their members had called members of congress a hey we want actor farming what lower tax rate and we wanted it here bloomberg bna's lie davis and says the coakes are on board now that republic these are not pushing a border adjustment tax to pay for reforms and one a hata heavy hand an indian alternate proctor and now that they're fighting again border adjustment it can really be pushing and driving agenda and part of a proactive oy opponent yet to be decided is exactly where those tax rates end up there haven't in the calls made on what it owes rape going to be what at a particular activated we're going to get rid of you know what it paid off that we're gonna have to make at the hakodate made on you know aga all nancy lyons bloomberg radio washington grivory norquist the president of americans for tax reform says this is a tax overhaul and a likely be passed in the next few bonds he spoke with bloomberg surveillance cohosted david gura i think you are looking at a bail written and presented to the american people in september and that within a month or sal you'll have that passed both the house and senate get signed.
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"National headlines nancy lyons has that for us any bloomberg 991 newsroom in washington dc cancelled thanks lisa today special houseelection in georgia is seen as a bellwether for next year's congressional races democrat jon ossoff as facing republican karen handel for the seat that was left vacant when tom price was tapped had the department of health and human services today's raise is the most expensive congressional race ever with more than fifty million dollars spent on advertising ossoff has campaigned as a centrist focused on reducing the deficit cutting spending and bringing high tech jobs to it lanna handle tout's her experience and the private sector and has an agenda similar to president trump's will senate democrats are slamming the still evolving senate republican health care bill as republicans work behind closed doors offering no transparency about their work on the measure senator bernie sanders took to the floor last night during a talk with on we we house thirteen republicans all men walking behind closed doors to produce legislation which will be brought to the united states saturday at the letter of former soviet merka people go low the disaster the senate republicans are hoping to vote on the measure next week using an expedited procedure that will take as few as fifty votes plus the tiebreaker from vice president mike pence that would bypass the usual 60vote threshold the us navy says the bodies of the seven americans sailors killed in a collision between their destroyer anna container ship off the japanese coast are now heading home global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries on countries mansi lions this is a bloomberg market minute.