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"Everyone i naval chayhitch you're listening to bloomberg daybreak europe and we check the markets for you every fifteen minutes thirty minutes into the equity market open here in europe we started flat we are now moving into the green on the stock six hundred up just over two tenths of a percent in terms of industry groups you'll see financials media industrial goods and services outperforming to the upside only one industry group in the red right now and that is carmakers and in terms of those as daimler that's underperforming the most of course we've had the third profit warning in a year from diner though hsieh's down three point four percent looking across the regional equity benchmarks flits one hundred up three tenths of a percent cat forty higher by the same the dax is flat dime luke could be weighing their ibex and footsie move in the green as well of course we saw a little bit of a pause in the equity rally on friday a u._s. equities coming off the record high europe was in the red as well but u._s. futures firmer today s. and p. five hundred emmys up four tenths of a percent nasdaq futures hi by the same dow futures in the green as well we've had three weeks of gains four global equities will we see another week of gains ahead of the event risk that is the g. twenty and what treasury yields seven weeks of declines in treasury yields do you want to take the other side of that trade do you wanna fade the rally the ten year treasury yield down basis point two five is where we are the tenure bundle down almost two basis points at negative thirty dollar also holding onto the weakness that we've seen in the past few days or basically on a fifth day of declines for the bloomberg dollar index e._m. f._x. have been gaining in particular the turkish lira but that of course is the idiosyncratic issue of that landslide victory for the opposition in istanbul in that merrill rerun so challenge for doin- what's it going to mean for economic policy that's the next big question we've seen the borsa istanbul gain as well and of course big focus on oil the geopolitical risk premium alive and well with the u._s. readying potential new sanctions on iran w._g._n. brent both higher wti trades fifty-seven ninety-three brent at sixty five spot forty seven so those markets are shaping up if you take a look at the top stories we do kick it off with iran the u._s. planning to announce major new sanctions against iran this just days after president trump cooled off air strikes at the last minute of the islamic republic shot down a navy drone but the president says he's also willing to negotiate with tehran that's to ensure the nation never acquires nuclear weapons in turkey the results of the election in istanbul delta crushing blow to president ed on bloomberg symon democrat has the details turkey's opposition candidate akram immemorial won the redo of the istanbul mez race by a landslide in a stinging indictment of president jacques type azules economic policies and his refusal to accept an earlier defeat in istanbul simmons can bloomberg daybreak europe in the u._k. boris johnson has repeated his insistence that britain must leave the e._u. by the end of october writing in the telegraph he says the spit will happen if he becomes conservative leader and prime minister his campaign suffered a setback after police were called his london home amid reports of a heated row with his partner johnson's opponent jeremy hunt use an event in birmingham on saturday to argue he's the best person for the job for send the wrong person who's gonna be no negotiation no trust no deal on parliament stops that maybe no brexit that was foreign secretary jeremy hunt and in top corporate news i mentioned it in the day to check dime la- has issued its third profit warning in a year this time the automaker is blaming a bigger than expected hit from the diesel emission scandal it had already warned of challenging business conditions amid trade woes and slowing economic growth for more let's go live to berlin where bloomberg's global business editor benedict camel is standing by bennie great to have you with us good morning so let's dig into this a bit more because diamond has given a slightly different nuance to its last prophet warning that's right so this time we're back in sort of diesel scandal territory remember this is something that kicked off more than two years ago with folks fogging which was the original culprit in this but they've pulled in the entire german industry into the scandal and dime the to has a handsome brushes with this not to the degree of folks on obviously but they've had to recall some cars and only the day before they issued the latest profit warning on saturday the report and built title here in germany saying that the german road authority is demanding more recalls of cars of donald cars the accusation being that there are some sort of system in in the engine that let's perform differently on a test and then it does in sort of under normal road conditions diamond or of course saying this is not true these sort of measures that are in place to help conserve the engine and so on so sort of unclear territory right now what we do know is that this will take a hit on the numbers they say that profit this year will be unchanged previously they had hoped for a slight increase so we're seeing a delta here of maybe five hundred million euros give or take that they've actually scaled back their expectations right and this is happening against the backdrop of new management why have the new c._e._o. and new c._f._o. chosen to make this move just a month after taking over well you could look at this sort of you know good move on on a bad move for the company good in the sense that they can start with a clean slate so so kitchen sinking at looking at through the entire ecosystem looking through the company into signing k. word we see some risks where we need to scale backer expectations so but obviously bad from a p._r. point of view this is not the way you want to start your new job coming out with a piece of bad news all the new c._e._o. knows the company very well he spent his entire adult life at the company harold ville helm is the new c._f._o. he joins from abbas but in a previous life it also worked for donna so both of these men no the company well and my guess is they took a deep dive into the numbers and decided to put out this warning and they put out sunday night yeah and salmon stead are stocks reporter saying it was a slightly unusual release on that front benny given what you've said on the nuance to this profit warning and how the years going to shape up versus previous guidance a things actually just likely to get worse for investors for the next few weeks rather than better well it certainly looks more like a glass half empty at this point if you look at the the challenge is raining down on the car industry generally speaking not just we have the vast push towards electrification it's going to cost a lot of money we have the trade wars obviously playing out in that has had a massive affect on the currency generally we've had we've seen darnold scaleback as experts asians before because they can't sell the some of the cars i make in the u._s. to china and the way i did previously so a lot of things happening and probably tones your question things might get worse before they get better well summed up thank you so much to bloomberg's global business editor benedict camel forest in berlin now let's get your global news with bloomberg's leon guarantees good morning nara north korea has released a photo wanted says as kim jon un reading a letter from president trump state media disclaims the tone of the message is excellent as and that kim will take the contents seriously u._s. secretary of state michael pompey's says this exchange of letters leaves relations in a much pencil place the leaders of all ten southeast asian nations gathered in bangkok to discuss the region's most pressing issues from the row hanger crisis in myanmar to the disputes on the south china sea bloomberg's philip hammond reports the regional body adopted a framework for cooperation in the pacific that would serve to offer protection from rising maritime engines two in the u._s. and china at the same time ozzy all native said they were encouraged by the progress of ozzy on china code of conduct in the south china sea a first draft which could come by the end of the year In Bangkok Phillipines, Bloomberg daybreak Europe saying with the summit Malaysian, Prime Minister, Mahathir Muhammad says, Goldman Sachs offered a billion ring it who two hundred forty million US dollars as compensation for the role of play in the one MD missing money scandal. The Mahattaya says that is nothing like enough. He spoke exclusively to Bloomberg's house. Linda almond Coleman offer a settlement amount will they did offer some little compensation. Can you clarify? Let me give you thicker a billion dollars more or less on the nose. Well deal billion ringgit, but the on six one five billion US dollars. And in Ethiopia the army's chief of staff was shot dead by a bodyguard, and what the government sent was an assassination related to an attempt to Q, Bloomberg Samuel Abry reports. since the new prime minister of yemen introduced political and economic reforms last year the ruling party has been divided on his reform agenda in some will give for bloomberg daybreak europe is twenty five day on air and take control by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts symbol the one hundred and twenty countries i'm young guarantee this is bloomberg nara lianne thank you he's the only sport with joe rousson drink combat satanic spring career saving hip surgery ended with a fairytale triumph this important feliciano lopez pete joe sales free an american raji run to lift the doubles title at queen's england my phil neville described marines behaviour as unacceptable boeing his size three no women's world cup victory yesterday look was modeled after some of the cymru team left in tears by two v._r. decisions against them lewis hamilton has third six points leads the top performer one's drivers Sunning this morning following his dominant victory at the French grown pre yesterday the world champion let the rice from starts until finished to Recode of full win in a row. 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"nara north korea" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"E._m. effects have been gaining in particular the turkish lira but that of course is the idiosyncratic issue of that landslide victory for the opposition in istanbul in that merrill rerun so challenge for edward what's it going to mean for economic policy that's the next big question we've seen the borsa istanbul gain as well and of course big focus on oil geopolitical risk premium alive and well with the u._s. readying potential new sanctions on iran w._g._n. brent both higher wti trades fifty-seven ninety-three brent at sixty five spot forty seven so those how your markets are shaping up if we take a look at the top stories we do kick it off with iran the u._s. planning to announce major new sanctions against iran this just days after president trump called off air strikes at the last minute of the islamic republic shot down a navy drone but the president says he's also willing to negotiate with tehran that's to ensure the nation never acquires nuclear weapons in turkey the results of the election in istanbul delta crushing blow to president edward on bloomberg symon de mccown has the details turkey's opposition candidate akram imola won the redo of the istanbul mas- race by a landslide in a stinging indictment of president register type arizona's economic policies and his refusal to accept an earlier defeat in istanbul simmons can bloomberg daybreak europe in the u._k. boris johnson has repeated his insistence that britain must leave the e._u. by the end of october writing in the telegraph he says the spit will happen if he becomes conservative leader and prime minister his campaign suffered a setback after police were called his london home amid reports of a heated row with his partner johnson's opponent jeremy hunt an event in birmingham on saturday to argue he's the best person for the job for send the wrong person who's going to be known ago chichan no trust no deal on parliament stops that maybe no brexit that was foreign secretary jeremy hunt and in top corporate news i mentioned it in the day to check daimler's issued its third profit warning in a year this time the automaker is blaming a bigger than expected hit from the diesel emission scandal it had already warned of challenging business conditions amid trade woes and slowing economic growth for more let's go live to berlin where bloomberg's global business editor benedict camel is standing by bennie great to have you with us good morning so let's dig into this a bit more because diamond has given a slightly different nuance to its last prophet warning that's right so this time we're back in sort of diesel scandal territory remember this is something that kicked off more than two years ago with folks fogging which was sort of the original culprit in this but they've pulled in the entire german industry into the scandal and dime la- to has a handsome brushes with this not to the degree of folks on obviously but they've had to recall some cars and only the day before they issued the latest profit warning on saturday report and built title here in germany saying that the german road authority is demanding More recalls of cars of Donald cars, the accusation being that there are some sort of system in, in the engine that lets perform differently on a test, and then it does in sort of under normal road conditions diner. Of course, saying, this is not true. These measures that are in place. to help conserve the engine and so on so sort of unclear territory right now what we do know is that this will take a hit on the numbers they say that profit this year will be unchanged previously they had hoped for a slight increase so we're seeing a delta here of maybe five hundred million euros give or take that they actually scaled back their expectations right and this is happening against the backdrop of new management why have the new c._e._o. and new c._f._o. chosen to make this move just a month after taking over well you could look at this as a good move on on a bad move for the company good in the sense that they can start with a clean slate so so kitchen sinking looking at through the entire ecosystem looking through the company into signing k. word we see some risks where we need to scale back our expectations so but obviously bad from a p._r. point of view this is not the way you want to start your new job coming out with sort of piece of bad news ownersh lineas the new c._e._o. knows the company very well he spent his entire adult life at the company herald ville helm is the new c._f._o. he joins from abbas but in a previous life you'd also worked for dinosaur both of these men no the company well and my guess is they took a deep dive into the numbers and decided to perch out this warning and they put out sunday night yeah and salmon stead are stocks reporter saying it was a slightly unusual release on that front benny given what you've said on the nuance to this profit warning and how the years going to shape up versus previous guidance are things actually just likely to get worse for investors for the next few weeks rather than better well it certainly looks more like a glass half empty at this point if you look at the the challenge is raining down on the car industry generally speaking not just we have the vast push towards electrification that's going to cost a lot of money we have the trade wars obviously playing out and that has had a massive affect on the currency generally we've had we've seen scaleback as i expect -tations before because it can't sell the some of the cars i make in the u._s. to china and the way i did previously so a lot of things happening and probably turns your question things might get worse before they get better well summed up thank you so much to bloomberg's global business editor benedict camel forest in berlin now let's get your global news with bloomberg's leon guarantees good morning nara north korea has released a photo wanted says as kim jon on reading a letter from president trump state media describes the tone of the messages excellent as and that kim will take the content seriously u._s. secretary of state michael pompeii says this exchange of letters leaves relations in a much better place the leaders of all ten southeast asian nations gathered in bangkok to discuss the region's most pressing issues from the row hanger crisis in me and mount to the disputes on the south china sea bloomberg's philip hammond reports the regional body adopted a framework for cooperation and they ended up pacific that would serve offer protection from rising maritime tensions between the u._s. and china at the same time ozzy all needed said they were encouraged by the progress of ozzy on china could conduct in the south china sea a first draft which could come by the end of the year in bangkok five months bloomberg daybreak you're saying with the summit to malaysian prime minister mahathir muhammad says goldman sachs offered a billion ring it will two hundred and forty million u._s. dollars as compensation for the role that played in the one m._d. missing money scandal the mahanta says that is nothing like enough he spoke exclusively to bloomberg's how slender almond coleman offer a settlement amount will offer some little compensation Can you clarify? Let me give you thicker a billion dollars more or less on the nose wheel billion ringgit, but the on the six one five billion US dollar, and in Ethiopia. The army's chief of staff was shot dead by a bodyguard, and what the government sent was an assassination related to an attempt to Q, Bloomberg Samuel Gerbrand reports. since the new prime minister i._b._m. and introduced political and economic reforms last year the ruling party has been divided on his reform agenda in undesirable someone give from bloomberg daybreak europe twenty five day on air and take power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts symbol the one hundred twenty countries i'm young guarantee this is bloomberg nara lianne thank you he's the only sport with joe rousson drink.

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"nara north korea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

10:30 min | 2 years ago

"nara north korea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We're seeing some green on the screen that we're seeing some green on the screen. It's a lot to do with the Chinese manufacturing. PM is we are looking at the cash in this morning stronger-than-expected also some trade optimism or the back of the stock six hundred higher by almost half of one percent in the first minute and a half of trading in terms of sectors seeing autos personal household goods as well. As industrial services. They are the three main gaining sectors this morning, we're seeing a lot of sectors trading to the downside. The one exception perhaps being media shares ended bet down a smidgen down by about one tenth of one percent. When it comes to the individual indices Footsie-100 out of the gate with a half of one percent gain the higher by six tenths of one percent. And we're still waiting for the ducks in Frankfurt's. Yeah. And you know to go back to Asia as well, Marcus. Interestingly you all seeing Chinese shares outperform, if you look at the C S, I three hundred I mean, even the Shanghai composite are performing to a certain extent another threat to the story to build the risk on is the MCI expanding the weighting of China listed shares in benchmark indices tracked by global investors that decision could save billions of dollars flow into one of the world's most volatile major stock markets, and of course, already we've been seeing Chinese stocks is one of the best performance in two thousand nine hundred and so far after underperforming last year in terms of the US equity market. We saw some weakness yesterday concerns around geopolitical risk to not least trae. But as you say that seems to have turned around today, we're seeing it in European equity markets we've seen it in Asia. We're also seeing it and US futures firmer S and P five hundred futures up full tenths of a percent. Nasdaq futures higher by five tenths of a percent at a retreat in the yen. The yen actually hitting a fresh twenty nine hundred low against the dollar. Yeah. Absolutely. That's why we've seen the Bloomberg dollar spot index rise throughout the night. This has been a real story of yen weakness as the euro. For instance, is trading little changed at one spot thirteen seventy this morning when it comes to fixed income the ten year. Treasury yield did take higher yesterday as we got stronger-than-expected growth data out of the United States from the fourth quarter. We're sort of seeing a slight extension of that to this morning. The ten year. Treasury yield edging higher trading at two points. Seventy percent. Yeah. Simply holding those gains about seven basis points over the past few days. Of course, we got that a US GDP print you appointing to not quite as bad of a slowdown as as as the markets were expecting. But with a ten year treasury yield we've been in such a tight range this quarter. I mean, we've moved eleven bibs or something like that. So really quite a fairly historically a tight range tight range as well. When it comes to your dollar in terms of the moves in that cross. Let's also take a quick check on the oil market. So WTI up eight tenths of a percent. Fifty seven spots sixty eight dollars a barrel. Brent crude up eight tenths of a percent, sixty six four eighty one. Fourth day of gains for oil. It's heading for a weekly gain as well. Now, let's say look under the hood of the European equities this morning and the big picture Bloomberg stocks editor sound instead joins us in our London studio. We're gonna kick it off some great to have you here, by the way. Happy Friday to you WPP still struggling, but the stock is heading ion. Yeah. Well, thank you for that. Welcome for status. WPA? I think you've got a company, hey, coming in with very very low expectation, so you had some pretty poor results from peers as well, especially in the US they themselves have suffered they suffered enormously last year. So a lot of the problems that they're facing this year, which today with client losses were already flagged. And so ultimately what I think is saying here in their shares are up just six percent at the moment is a bit of a relief rally because there's also nowhere near as bad as potentially could have been. All right. So that's sort of more about expectations talk to us about Montclair. Then not me at all it seems. No, indeed. And and actually the opposite story they've been doing incredibly, well, they keep beating expectations every time. They put out results, and they did it again and actually one of the analysts that we we were looking at this morning was saying then only beating expectation to they're beating against tough comparible from the previous year. So this Italian luxury company is just under six percent as well. So not a good day for them. It's all those downtown kits that has been buying right because I'm out with. The cold so much is that what you're. Exactly. The week either in Barcelona on terrorists or over at Westminster fossil owner was not warned that terrace was chilly. Anyway, should we talk a little bit about the London stock exchange as well? That stock moving lower this morning. Yeah. An interesting because actually the results were ever so slightly head of expectations. But I think what's happened here is that there's an indication from the they're going to need to spend money to find new areas of growth, there's a little bit of this. Suddenly a calm there about Brexit. But also, they're cutting the couple of hundred jobs in order to cut costs. So I think there's a little concerned that yes, okay? They're doing pretty well. But the outlook may be as little cloudier than originally Lert. And so actually that shares at the moment down just under two percent. Thank you so much. Sam unsteady, Bloomberg stocks editor joining us in our London studio with the stocks to watch as great to catch up or let's say drill a little bit deeper into our top stories as well this morning. Asia's factories put in another week month in February. Although a few signs of growth have emerged one of those signs as we've been talking about emerging out of China in particular, Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis reports now of that from Hong Kong cinema has been weak in the first quarter. Japan's PM I dropped to forty eight point nine while Thailand and Malaysia also worsened, but there are some signs of a bottoming out that Taishan China PM, I came in at forty nine point nine and that was better than a Bloomberg estimate of forty eight point five new orders rose versus the prior month and output was up to fifty point two versus forty eight point one in January, economists trinity it in Texas says the silver lining here is that new orders are rebounding primarily driven by domestic demand. You know Kong. I'm Bryan Curtis Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And of course, we look ahead to next week. We'll we'll get eleven days of discussions about the outlook for the twenty nine twenty four twenty nine thousand nine with China's economy that will be something that echo watchers in China. And around the world are going to be watching very closely now in an update to the US China trade talks, according to White House economic adviser, Larry cudlow, the two countries are on the cusp of a quote, remarkable historic deal. He says the agreements will commit Beijing to cut subsidies, state owned companies and disclose when it central Bank intervenes and currency markets. China is also said to have agreed to de-emphasized its plans to not dominate emerging technologies. And if we stick to the US side of things the Federal Reserve's top officials say the economy is in a good place and suggest further interest rate increases will depend on incoming data easing concerns about risks to their outlook chairman Jerome Powell reiterated his pledge to stay patient on policy yesterday. And the vice chair Richard Carter said that the fed can't afford to be patient given me to inflation officials will release fresh quarterly four calls at the FOMC meeting at the end of March earlier, I was talking about the range treasuries, I might refer to it being a quality one. I can't remember. But I want to clarify that it's the monthly range. It's the tightest monthly trading range four treasuries since nineteen Seventy-nine. And you know, I was talking to John rate of UBS about this on TV earlier, and he said actually, the bomb markets are kind of pricing the fed correctly at the moment. It doesn't mean that it's not going to be back in play in the second half of the year. But right now, they're pricey it correctly and then to come back to ranges 'cause really we've got volt so suppressed across markets in effects as well. The euro dollar is the quarterly range that is the tightest since the euro's nineteen ninety nine inception. Great question from Goldman Sachs as to whether that means that the position of the US and European economies. Actually, quite similar at the moment. And that's why the pair is struggling to. Out of that range. We've seen a little bit of volatility when it comes to the next story. The next stock that we'll be talking about tesla finally putting a thirty five thousand dollars version of its model three on the market almost three years. After CEO Elon Musk started taking orders for this, Dan. Bloomberg's Emily Chang has more now from San Francisco, the new cheaper version of the model three will be available to buy online only. And so tesla will be closing most of its brick and mortar stores around the world. Following the announcement CEO Elon Musk told reporters this move, plus a reduction in headcount is the only way he can make cheaper cars. He also stated he does not expect tesla to be profitable in the first quarter, but says profitability in the second quarter is likely in San Francisco. I'm Emily Chang, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And we will get more on that story later this hour, but for now, let's get the latest in global news. Here's Bloomberg's Leon guarantee on good morning, Nara. North Korea's Kim Jong UN has vowed to continue nuclear negotiator. Nations with President Trump. There's after the two day summit collapsed due to disagreements over sanctions. The pledge was released through North Korea's state run. News agency can mix breast appreciation for Trump's efforts calling. This summit quote productive. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is to be entitled for bribery fraud and each of trust and an investigation that could end his political career. Bloomberg's Michael says Netanyahu denies any wrongdoing. The draft indictment paints a dire picture letting the Netanyahu helped pass regulation benefiting the country's biggest telecom in exchange for positive press. Coverage attorney general also recommends criminal charges in two other cases in part for gifts of cigars and champagne Netanyahu, allegedly receiver helping friends with their business issues in Tel Aviv. Michael arnold. Bloomberg daybreak Europe and Indian air force pilots imprisoned by Pakistan may walk free today. But it's unclear if his release will de escalate a tense military standoff between the two nations. India says it will not engage in talks with his Lama bat unless lesser country take steps against terrorism and with elections just weeks away. There is little incentive for India to back down and tensions within the populist, Italy coalition. Now, fueling speculation about an early election after nine months empower the alliances being tested by the anti-establishment lifestyle. Vivement slide in opinion polls and constant tensions with the league. Deputy prime minister Luigi to Maya also get people our goal is to reach the end of the legislature. The government will last five years..

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08:12 min | 2 years ago

"nara north korea" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Radio. Andre. Other dot com. Now, let's say look under the hood of the European equities this morning and the big picture Bloomberg stocks editor some instead joins us in our London studio. We're gonna kick it off some great to have you here, by the way. Happy Friday, t you WPRO still struggling, but the stock is heading I'll. Yeah. Well, thank you for that. Welcome for status say the WPA. I think you've got a company, hey, coming in with very very low expectation, so you had some pretty poor results from of that peers as well. Especially in the US they themselves have suffered they suffered enormously last year. So a lot of the problems that they're facing this year, which today with CLYDE losses were already flagged. And so ultimately what I think is saying here in the Schatzer up. Just six percent at the moment is a bit of a relief rally because there's also no nearest bad is a potentially could have been. All right. So that's sort of more about expectations talk to us about Montclair. Then not starting your own. It seems no indeed. And actually, so the opposite story they've been. Incredibly well, they keep beating expectations every time. They put out results, and they did it again and actually one of the analysts that we we were looking at this morning was saying that then don't only beating expectations that beating against tough comparables from the previous year. So this Italian luxury company is up just under six percent as well. So not a good day for them. It's all those downtown kits that neighbor has been buying right? Because I'm out in the cold so much is that what you're. He's either in alone on terrorists or over at Westminster. Luna was not warned that terrorists was chilly. Anyway. So we'll talk a little bit about the London stock exchange as well. That stock moving lower this morning. Yeah. Because actually the results were ever so slightly head of expectations. But I think what's happened here is that there's an indication from the they're going to need to spend money to find new areas of growth, there's a little bit of there's certainly a calm there about Brexit. But also, they're cutting back a couple of hundred jobs in order to cut costs. So I think there's a little concerned that yes, okay? They're doing pretty well. But the outlook may be as little cloudier than originally looked. And so actually that shares at the moment down just under two percent. Thank you so much. Sam unstaged, Bloomberg stocks. Join us in our London studio with the stocks to watch always great to catch up or let's drill a little bit deeper into our top stories as well this morning. Asia's factories put in another week month in February. Although a few signs of growth have emerged one of those signs as we've been talking about emerging out of China in particular, Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis reports now on that. From Hong Kong cinema has been weak in the first quarter. Japan's PM I dropped to forty eight point nine while Thailand and Malaysia also worsened, but there are some signs of a bottoming out the tie sheen. China PM I came in at forty nine point nine and that was better than a Bloomberg estimate of forty eight point five new orders rose versus the prior month and output was up to fifty point two versus forty eight point one in January economists trend new in Texas says the silver lining here is that new orders are rebounding primarily driven by domestic demand. You know Kong. I'm Bryan Curtis Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And of course, we look head to next week. We'll get eleven days of discussions about the outlook on the twenty nine twenty four twenty nine thousand nine with China's economy that will be something that echo in China. And around the world are going to be watching very closely now in an update to the US China trade talks, according to White House economic adviser, Larry cudlow, the two countries are on the cusp of a quote, remarkable historic deal. He says the agreements will commit Beijing to cut subsidies to state owned companies and disclose when it central Bank intervenes and currency markets. China is also said to have agreed to emphasize its plans to not dominate dominate emerging technologies. And if we stick it to the US side of things the Federal Reserve's top officials say the economy is in a good place and suggest further interest rate increases will depend on incoming data easing concerns about risks to their outlook chairman Jerome Powell reiterated his pledge to stay patient on policy yesterday. And the vice chair Richard Carter said that the fed can't afford to be patient given me to inflation officials will release fresh quarterly forecasts at the meeting at the end of March earlier, I was talking about the range treasuries, I might have referred to it being a quality one. I can't remember. But I want to clarify that it's the monthly range. It's the tightest monthly trading range of four treasuries since nineteen seventy nine, and you know, I was talking to John rate of UBS about this on TV earlier, and he said actually the bomb. Markets are kind of pricing the fed correctly at the moment. It doesn't mean that it's not going to be back in play in the second half of the year. But right now that pricing it correctly and then to come back to ranges 'cause waiting we've caught vul- so suppressed across markets in effects as well. The euro dollar is the quarterly range that is the tightest since the euro's nine hundred ninety nine thousand nine inception. Great question from Goldman Sachs as to whether that means the position of the US and European economies. Are actually quite similar at the moment. And that's why the pair is struggling to. Break out of that range. All right. We have seen a little bit of volatility when it comes to the next story in the next stock that will be talking about tesla finally putting thirty five thousand dollars version of its model three on the market almost three years after CEO Elon Musk stall to taking orders for the sedan. Bloomberg's Emily Chang has more. Now from San Francisco, the new cheaper version of the model three will be available to buy online only. And so tesla will be closing most of its brick and mortar stores around the world. Following the announcement CEO Elon Musk told reporters this move, plus a reduction in headcount is the only way he can make cheaper cars. He also stated he does not expect to be profitable in the first quarter. But says profitability in the second quarter is likely in San Francisco. I'm Emily Chang, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And we will get more on that story later this hour, but for now, let's get the latest in global UCS. Bloomberg's Leon guarantee on good morning, Nara. North Korea's Kim Jong UN has vowed to continue nuclear indication. Nations with President Trump. There's after the two day summit collapsed due to disagreements over sanctions. The pledge was released through North Korea's state run news agency can expressed appreciation for Trump's efforts. Corning this summit quote productive. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is to be indicted for bribery fraud. And if each of trust and an investigation that could end his political career Bloomberg's Michael Arnold says Netanyahu denies any wrongdoing. The draft indictment paints a dire picture Netanyahu helped pass regulation benefiting the country's biggest telecom in exchange for positive press. Coverage attorney general also recommends criminal charges in two other cases in park for gifts of cigars and champagne Netanyahu, allegedly receiver helping friends with their business issues in Tel Aviv. Michael arnold. Bloomberg daybreak Europe and Indian air force pilots imprisoned by Pakistan may walk free today. But it's unclear if it's released will be escalated tense military standoff between the two nations. India says it will not engage in talks with his Lamma Bada lesser country take steps against terrorism and with elections just weeks away. There is little incentive for India to back down and tensions within the populist, Italy coalition. Now, fueling speculation about an early election after nine months in power. The alliance is being tested by the anti-establishment five star movement slide in opinion polls and constant tensions with the league. Deputy prime minister Luigi Tamayo. Okay. And also people our goal is to reach the end the legislature. The government will last five years it's part of the government's contract to last five years, keeping you full dialogue with the European institutions in order to spur Italian economic development. Global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron tick tock on Twitter by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm beyond guarantee. This is Bloomberg Marcus. Thanks so much. Leeann let's also update you on the.

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10:34 min | 2 years ago

"nara north korea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You're listening in Paris, Frankfurt or Brussels. Good morning everyone. I'm at neighbor chayhitch with thirty minutes into the European equity market open. We are indeed, I'm Markus Karlsson, a European stocks. All reversing some of this week's losses this session. The stock six hundred rising by almost six tenths of one percent. The Footsie-100 also putting on six tenths of one percent boosted by Olin gas stocks rising on the back of higher oil prices. Some of the other indices the cacao tire by seven tenths of one percent. The Dax in Frankfurt rising by half of one percent. We are seeing as I say Orlan gas stocks among the main gainers this morning. We're also. Seeing basic resources they've been doing quite well as well. So far semiconductor stocks though, they've been on the backfoot AMS, for instance, if I look at that sock in Switzerland down by two and a half percent this, of course, as this forecast. Warning from NVIDIA is rebelling through these markets that wiped out Asian chip-making stalks little bit earlier Asian equities mixed at the end of the week, the war gains in mainland, China, but we did see Japan in particular hit by those difficulties for chip related stocks. The Nikkei two five index down by six tenths of one percent. When it comes to FX, the pound is taking back some of the losses that we did seen yesterday's session. One spot twenty eight twenty five cable increasing here by four tenths of one percent. Russell saying the Japanese yen on the front foot rising by almost a third of one percent. And when it comes to the ten year treasury yield little change this morning at three point one zero percent, the UK guilty odor the ten year that is rising by two basis points. Let's get back to our top story Brexit, of course, Theresa May will appoint a new secretary in the next day or two after a turbulent week that scene. Several cabinet members resigned. They walked out over her Brexit divorce deal with Brussels yesterday. The prime minister's proposals will criticized across party lines in the house of Commons. But may says she's determined to press on and didn't get into speculation about a possible leadership. Contest uh, prime minister, my job is to get the best deal for Britain. I think members of the public want the government to get on with delivering on Brexit for them. Am I going to see this through? Yes. Meanwhile, the BBC reports that environment secretary Michael g-o-v is considering quitting. While the telegraph says the UP has threatened to pull out of the government coalition. We're also getting through some trade headlines US commerce secretary Wilbur Ross says the US still plans to raise tariffs on Chinese imports in January, President Trump, and she your schedule to meet at the g twenty summit in China's iris later this month, but Ross says the two will likely agree to a framework for further talks at best. Bloomberg's DC. Reporter Sean Dolan says this is a major concern for the business community can kinda live with ten percent. But twenty five percent really starts pushing them to look elsewhere to either buy components. Did not get from China or in terms of products from China. US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer office also says plans for increasing tariffs to twenty five percent. In January have not changed. Now. A story that's likely weighing on NASDAQ futures. But also caused carnage in chip stocks in the Asian session. Chipmaker Invidia has tumbled in late trade after offering a week sales forecast for the current quarter revenue will be about two point seven billion dollars, well below analysts estimates have three point four billion CEO Jens, and is trying to make Invidia more than just the leading provider of tech that makes games more realistic yet, the gaming market accounts for most sales and sticking to tech. Facebook is under fire for how it handles the spread of fake news and deliberate misinformation including the use of aggressive tactics to discredits opponents following escaping. New York Times reports Facebook has cut ties with a Republican p off that had linked Facebook's enemies with billionaire. George soros. Mark Zuckerberg, insists accusations. Of antisemitism are unfair suggest that we weren't interested in knowing the truth or that we wanted to hide what we knew or that we tried to prevent investigations is simply untrue. That was Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg? Okay. Let's continue with our top story. Brexit UK Prime Minister Theresa may vowing to carry on despite several cabinet resignations yesterday. Speaking earlier, she also said the government is still working with the DUP despite reports that the Northern Irish party is threatening to leave the coalition for more. We're joined by Bloomberg's London bureau chief Neil Callanan so headlines coming thick and fast in terms of what we watch today for now. Neil, it's whether we get more resignations, and it's whether we get more letters calling for a vote of no confidence. Yes. Good morning. I'm all eyes on Michael go really this morning who. Was offered apparently the job of leading the negotiations. Takes the European Union yesterday on turned it down after pinky about it overnight. He may now resign, and that's kind of the real resignation watch. We're watching because ministers may resign. But then there's ministers ministers among over somebody reading meet pay attention to these matters in terms of letters. Clearly, they haven't got to where they need to be soccer will be Wednesday before we know what it does. Forty eight letters that they need from the backbench MP's in order to trigger the vote of confidence. And a lot of there will be talks over the weekend among candidates potential players with backbenchers to set you see whether they're willing to put their names forward as leadership condidates and not well probably concentrate minds and make people early next week. Decide whether they're actually going to trigger these vote of confidence by sending the letters to the nineteen twenty two committee. Neil. I mean, what do we know about the numbers when it comes to? If there is this no confidence vote or if we do see these forty eight letters being sent in. What do we know about the numbers within the Tory party, and whether MP's would actually go against Theresa May here at the moment, it looks like she's a does have the support of the majority of MP's? And so therefore she would probably be well positioned to win. The real question would be what did that would change depending on the candidates who are willing to run against her so Dominic Robb Kabeer consensus. Kind of considered hurry candidate between the two sides. And he might have a chance against a man. Obviously there's the question of whether Boris Johnson finally after many trips might actually run against her. And those would there's could change the numbers significantly either way. But for the moment, it looks like Mary has enough support continue as leader. Yeah. And the political drama is actually over shadowing another big question, which is whether the deal that she secured with the EU is going to get through a parliamentary vote that question already as almost been pushed into the background as we deal with the immediate headlines. Exactly. And it's interesting the prime minister every so often yesterday, and again today, she's on radio at the moment is appealing to the public and she wants to public to put pressure on MP's to vote. I dare say that they're sick of this. They just want to leave. They want to get move on now. And she's so she's got to look for public support over the weekend to help influence decisions. But based on the deal is dead in the water. She lost. She lost to labor party, the Scottish National Party and in the. In the end. She was look- looking extremely isolated into Hudson Commons. Theresa May yesterday. She said that look this is not a done deal. Two hundred percent. We can still make some changes. Are there any indications of what might actually satisfy critics something that could to some extent push that ball over the line? Well. Slogan helped win the referendum is taking back control. So any movement around the European car to Justice and how it overlooks? Is involved in UK legislation will shift on also the payments to the European Union frustrate, many people? Whether they make those payments or not, and so any movement around that are guaranteed that they will stop at a certain stage start as well. Thank you so much. Bloomberg's London bureau chief at Neil Callanan with us in the studio. Now, let's get more with the global news Yan guarantee has that for us. The am good morning, Nara. North Korea's leader Kim Jong UN has sent a pointed message to the US and South Korea over the stalled in nuclear talks, Kim is said to have overseen the test of what's being called the new advanced tactical weapon from Bloomberg's piece pay reports lack of details made it difficult for analysts assess whether the test would impact ongoing nuclear talks between the US and North Korea which have stalled in recent weeks when US officials at the initial report doesn't seem overly provocative insult Peter pay Bloomberg daybreak Europe. French president Emmanuel Macron faces what could be the most serious protests of his presidency on Saturday. Bloomberg's Gregory the squeezy. He has more a grassroots movement. Angry about rising gasoline taxes is planning road blockages across France dispute pits. Macron's urban ecological supporters begins rural and small town inhabitants who still rely on their cars. The government says it understands their anger. But it says it won't allow any road blockage is in Paris. Gregory was Cousy Bloomberg daybreak Europe more than six virtually all on the town of paradise which has been Opelousas rated by flames last week US secretary of the interior Ryan Zinke has visited the region and says he's wildfires are awake up call. It's unsustainable to have this happen year after year or have a season like this where you have one hundred thousand acre fires becoming routine. This is not a Republican or democrat issue. This is American issue. And finally a painting by British off to Stavish hawkeness broken record as auction in New York. Off millions. His iconic portrait of an artist was bought anonymously for ninety point three million dollars. That's around seventeen million pounds is the highest price ever paid at auction for a work by a living artist beating a record set in two thousand and thirteen global news twenty five day on Erin tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm beyond guarantee. This is Bloomberg markets. Thanks very much. Indeed Leon now with the morning sports. Here.

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02:22 min | 3 years ago

"nara north korea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Seems marcus everybody else's fault anyway let's talk about e you politics as well italy's new populist government faces its first big challenge before it can start overhauling eu rules this as it faces confidence votes in both houses of parliament as early as this week bloomberg's allesandro migliaccio has the latest well this i thought is likely to go smoothly as both parties have agreed on program in cabinet the slim majority in the senate may make futures much more nerve wracking as lawmakers spar over which of their expensive electoral promises should be kept i in rome alison bloomberg daybreak europe in corporate news buyer has said it will drop the monsanto name once it's completed its acquisition monsanto products will retain their brand names and become part of the buyer portfolio the german company also said it plans to complete the deal on thursday and microsoft has agreed to acquire gets hub the code repository company popular with many software developers and could announce the deal as soon as today it's understood that gets hub preferred selling the company to going public and chose microsoft partially because it was impressed by ceo southern adela gets was valued at two billion dollars back in twenty fifteen a spokesman for microsoft declined to comment get help didn't return and email seeking requests for comment either does your top stories for the latest in global news here's bloomberg's leon guarantee 'em good morning nara north korea will get relief from international sanctions anywhere it has shown irreversible news towards denuclearization defense secretary james mattis met counterparts from south korea and japan in singapore ahead of next week's potential summit bloomberg's peter pay has this report from seoul singapore track over the weekend after trump received a letter from the north korean leader since the war of words that almost a real severe expectations for historic somewhat trump conceding that north korea may not immediately agreed to give up its nuclear weapons in so peter paypal burke daybreak europe populace former prime minister has won slovenia's elections and campaign similar to its eastern neighbour italy where nationalist ultimately formed the government bloomberg's boroughs czerny explains his rivals are varying to block him from government that may be a pyrrhic victory for young as young as he's anti immigrant campaign united rival parties let's say have enough support to blocking from forming a government president board is set to give the.

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Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

02:22 min | 3 years ago

Italy, President and Seoul Singapore discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

"Seems marcus everybody else's fault anyway let's talk about e you politics as well italy's new populist government faces its first big challenge before it can start overhauling eu rules this as it faces confidence votes in both houses of parliament as early as this week bloomberg's allesandro migliaccio has the latest well this i thought is likely to go smoothly as both parties have agreed on program in cabinet the slim majority in the senate may make futures much more nerve wracking as lawmakers spar over which of their expensive electoral promises should be kept i in rome alison bloomberg daybreak europe in corporate news buyer has said it will drop the monsanto name once it's completed its acquisition monsanto products will retain their brand names and become part of the buyer portfolio the german company also said it plans to complete the deal on thursday and microsoft has agreed to acquire gets hub the code repository company popular with many software developers and could announce the deal as soon as today it's understood that gets hub preferred selling the company to going public and chose microsoft partially because it was impressed by ceo southern adela gets was valued at two billion dollars back in twenty fifteen a spokesman for microsoft declined to comment get help didn't return and email seeking requests for comment either does your top stories for the latest in global news here's bloomberg's leon guarantee 'em good morning nara north korea will get relief from international sanctions anywhere it has shown irreversible news towards denuclearization defense secretary james mattis met counterparts from south korea and japan in singapore ahead of next week's potential summit bloomberg's peter pay has this report from seoul singapore track over the weekend after trump received a letter from the north korean leader since the war of words that almost a real severe expectations for historic somewhat trump conceding that north korea may not immediately agreed to give up its nuclear weapons in so peter paypal burke daybreak europe populace former prime minister has won slovenia's elections and campaign similar to its eastern neighbour italy where nationalist ultimately formed the government bloomberg's boroughs czerny explains his rivals are varying to block him from government that may be a pyrrhic victory for young as young as he's anti immigrant campaign united rival parties let's say have enough support to blocking from forming a government president board is set to give the.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"nara north korea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"European headquarters here in london i'm they retrieve hitch with this bloomberg radio business flash despite the fact that china and japan markets have been closed today the asia pacific index excluding japan has been gaining more than one percent for a lot of the session seems that it's risk on in asian equities on the prospect of peace on the korean peninsula and also denuclearization by north korea bit more of a muted session expected in europe when the markets opening just over forty minutes time your stocks fifty futures moving sideways dax futures up by just one tenth of a percent cat forty futures flat footsie100 futures edging higher by two tenths of a percent if we do see gains it would be a third day of gains for european equities meanwhile us equity futures are pushing a little bit higher up three tenths of a percent on s and p five hundred futures in the fx space that sort of relief around the korean peninsula reflected with the korean won the best performing major currency against the dollar jumping some eight tenths of a percent right now the bloomberg dollar index meanwhile is pretty much unchanged off to the gains we saw last week it is still near a three month high moving towards is two hundred eight moving averages well it's about it tracking the ten year yield and also the fact that we did see some weakness in some european currencies last week versus the dollar in particular the pound with that growth data really sort of changing the views and the rates markets over that may hike from the pound slumping last week as well we'll unchanged today one thirty seven eighty one is where we trade the euro meanwhile one twenty one twenty nine pretty much flat and dalian has not been doing too much either in today's session we trade at one nine spot ninety up just one tenth of a percent the ten year treasury yields to start trading just twenty minutes ago with japan close two point nine six percent is where we are unchanged tenure bundled unchanged at fifty eight basis points we're talk about commodities in just a second but oil is softer in today's session sixty seven eighty threes where we trade on wti that's your bloomberg business flash here is leeann guarantee with more on what's going on around the world good morning nara north korea's kim jon allen is turning on the charm ahead of.

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