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01:58 min | 4 d ago

"nathan goldman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And actually invest in streaming content Disney+. And they did that. Netflix then, of course, has not had a brilliant year. So Disney has fallen sort of not quite as much, but almost in lockstep with that. So this is an effort to fix some of that. And Bloomberg said Alex Webb, says a primary reason for JPEGs dismissal was Disney's struggling share price. Right now, Disney shares, they're up about 9%. And The Wall Street Journal Karen is reporting that activist investor Nelson peltz opposes Iger's return his firm try and fund management acquired a stake worth more than $800 million in Disney. In other corporate news Nathan Moore Twitter turmoil, the company's head of operations in France has quit and more layoffs could come this week. CEO Elon Musk also welcomed former president Donald Trump and yay, the artist formerly known as Kanye West, back to the platform, must use a Twitter poll to determine Trump's reinstatement, which California representative Adam Schiff said was irresponsible. The contradicts what Elon Musk said that he was going to establish a council to evaluate this. And further contradicts Musk and his claim concern about bots on his own platform to subject the decision to a poll in a platform that could be easily abused. Representative Adam Schiff made the comments on ABC News this week, heard every Sunday on Bloomberg radio. To markets now Karen U.S. futures are falling on concern China might tighten COVID curves after a string of deaths, investors will also digest some economic news this week when the fed issues its latest minutes. Meanwhile, Nathan Goldman Sachs said the bear market will likely last into next year, Goldman predicts the S&P 500 will end next year at 4000 points just 9 tenths of a percent higher than Friday's close. And in geopolitics, defense chiefs from the U.S. and China will likely meet for their first talks in months, it could be a sign tensions are easy. That's the 5 things that you need to know to start your day brought to you by interactive brokers. And again, futures this morning are lower when S&P futures down about 22 points. Straight ahead, your latest local headlines plus a check of sports and this is Bloomberg

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"nathan goldman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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04:57 min | Last week

"nathan goldman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Too many Republican leaders actually encouraged. The threats of violence, the violence, the denial of an election. The house is still in the balance, but Democrats pretty much need to run the table to win the house. In San Francisco, I'm at Baxter Bloomberg daybreak. I think sad turning to markets now stocks are coming off their best week since June. Tech was the big winner following last week's inflation report that NASDAQ 100 climbed 9.8% on Thursday and Friday. For its best two day gain since 2008, Ryan Dietrich is chief market strategist at the Carson group. We are optimistic we made another major market low in October 6th of the last 17 bear markets ended in October. This could be another one. And again, expectations are so low that any good news can continue to kind of push this beach ball higher. The car scene groups Ryan Dietrich says the S&P 500 is up 11% since the end of September. Well, at the same time, Nathan stocks are likely to end next year almost unchanged from their current level. That's according to Morgan Stanley's Michael Wilson, the top rated strategist sees volatile path to get to his 2023 year end S&P target. It's about 2% below where stocks closed on Friday. Wilson expects equities to fall as earnings estimates come down before rebounding in the second half of next year. Many strategists care and say the key for the markets will be the fed pivoting from its rate hike cycle. However, fed governor Christopher Waller says there is still a ways to go before they stop raising interest rates. Waller told a conference in Sydney this morning, the rates will stay high for a while until inflation gets closer to the fed's target. Well, Nathan Goldman Sachs sees a significant decline in inflation next year. The firm expects the core PCE measure to decline to 2.9% by December 2023. It's currently at 5.1%. Goldman points to softening supply chain problems, a peak and a shelter inflation and slower wage growth. All right, we want to bring you up to date now on the latest developments involving FTX. Authorities in The Bahamas are investigating whether there was criminal misconduct in the collapse of the crypto exchange. Police and regulators interviewed cofounder Sam beckman freed on Saturday, they're growing signs FTX customers have little chance of recovering their deposits. The head of rival exchange binance sees the industry can't leave it to regulators to police wrongdoing. No one can protect a bad player to be very Frank. If a guy has very good at lying and it's very good at just pretending to be what he's not. Somebody wants to violate the law, the law is not going to prevent that. The law can help to reduce that. As an industry players, we should be more vocal about it, which is that very strong standards for the industry. Finances CZ zhao was involved in a public feud with Sam bankman freed's FTX, a dispute that played out as part of the collapse of FTX last week. We turn our attention now to Elon Musk, the world's richest man says he is too much work on his plate, he's currently the CEO of Twitter, Tesla, and SpaceX, plus a few other ventures, speaking at a business conference, running alongside the G 20 must says the amount that he tortures himself is quote next level. I mean, I'm really working at the most amount that I can work from morning till night, 7 days a week. So this is not something I'd recommend, frankly. Yeah. Moscow took over Twitter earlier this month has already fired around half the firm's staff and ended the company's work from home policy. I know another corporate story this morning, Roche says along awaited experimental drug for Alzheimer's disease failed in a pair of large studies. It is another disappointment in a research field that's been marred with failures, rose shares right now are down 5% in Europe. And finally, Nathan, London has lost its crown as Europe's biggest stock market. It's now behind Paris as economic growth concerns weigh on UK assets. Meantime, China's relaxation of COVID rules is boosting French luxury shares, currency movements have also been an advantage for parish as the pound as we can 13% against the dollar this year, the Euro has fared slightly better. Weakening around 9%, and straight ahead, we have your latest local headlines plus the check of sports and this is Bloomberg. Thank you, Karen. It's 5 O 7 on Wall Street with 39° in Central Park headed only to the upper 40s today and we've got a crash northbound New York State three way near exit ten. Michael Barr is here with what else is going on in New York and around the world. Good morning, Michael. Good morning, Nathan. The long awaited memorial to the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting officially opened to the public yesterday, drawing visitors steadily throughout the day. The circular memorial pool stood in front of the engraved names of the 21st graders, and 6 educators killed a short distance from the Connecticut school nearly ten years ago. There was no ceremony in keeping with newtown's tradition of marking anniversaries and other remembrances of the shooting with quiet reflection. Just what Jenny Hubbard and other sandy hook parents and families were hoping for. When you have a tragedy

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"nathan goldman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:34 min | 2 months ago

"nathan goldman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"U.S. trading time for the 5 things you need to know to start your day and up first, global markets remain on edge as concerns swirl about a global recession. Futures are higher following the lowish close for the S&P 500 since December of 2020. Bonds remain under pressure from the worst sell off in decades, but the ten year treasury yield hovering near the highest level since 2010. And the biggest pound is stronger today, Karen after it hit a record low on Monday, but speculators are still betting that Sterling will slide to a level that was virtually unthinkable in recent decades, a dollar or even less. Kid jukes is chief FX strategist at association general. This is a loss of confidence at least to some degree in policy, because normally president Reagan and Paul Volcker managed to put rates up an enormous amount of fiscal policy dramatically and sent the dollar to the moon at one level, the UK Chancellor of the Bank of England didn't same thing and sending it, I don't know, to the floor. Those comments from kit jukes come as bets against the pound now show a 43% chance of parity with the dollar before years end. Meantime, Nathan Goldman Sachs and BlackRock are turning more bearish on U.S. equities. At least for the short term, both war in that markets have yet to price in the risk of a global recession. Goldman is cutting equities to underweight over the next three months, BlackRock is advising investors to shun most stocks. And the turmoil in market shows little sign of turning fed officials away from hawkish policy Karen Boston fed president Susan Collins and her Cleveland counterpart Loretta master say additional tightening is still needed. Here is the latest view from mester. So the FMC is committed to using its tools to bring inflation back down to our longer run golf 2%. Last week, we took another decisive action to remove monetary policy accommodation. We raised the fed funds rate by 75 basis points. Cleveland fed president Loretta mester says she'd like to see inflation cool for several months before concluding that it's peaked. And Nathan, there's at least one major investor who thinks the worst global bond read in decades may be ending in a tweet double line capital's Jeffrey gunlock said quote, the US Treasury bond market is rallying, and he says he's been buying. And that's the 5 things that you need to know to start your day. Futures are higher this morning S&P futures up 43 points. You down futures up 277. And NASDAQ futures jumping up 164, that's F 1.4%. The ten year treasury down 27 30 seconds, you know, 3.81% in the yield on the two year 4.24%. Nymex crude oil is up 1.9%. And straight ahead, we have a look at your latest local headlines. Plus a check of sports and this is Bloomberg

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"nathan goldman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:54 min | 2 months ago

"nathan goldman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We're just about four hours away from the open of U.S. trading. Let's get you up to date in the news you need to know what this shower. Global markets remain on edge as concerns swirl about a global recession futures are higher following the lowest close for the S&P 500 since December of 2020. Bonds remain under pressure from the worst sell off in decades for the ten year treasury yield holding near the highest level since 2010. We have the British pound is stronger today, Karen after hitting a record low Monday still speculators are betting Sterling will slide to a level virtually unthinkable in recent decades a dollar or even less kit jukes as chief FX strategist at association. This is a loss of confidence at least to some degree in policy, because normally president Reagan and Paul Volcker managed to put rates up an enormous amount of fiscal policy dramatically and sent the dollar to the moon at one level, the UK Chancellor of the Bank of England did the same thing and sending it I don't know to the floor. Those comments from kid jukes come as bets against the pound now show a 43% chance of parity with the dollar before years end. Meantime, Nathan Goldman Sachs and BlackRock are turning more bearish on U.S. equities, at least for the short term, both war in that markets have yet to price in the risk of a global recession, Coleman is cutting equities to underweight over the next three months. BlackRock is advising investors to shun most stocks. And the turmoil in markets shows little sign of turning fed officials away from hawkish policy Karen Boston fed president Susan Collins and her Cleveland counterpart Loretta mester say additional tightening is still needed and here's the latest roof of mester. So the FMC is committed to using its tools to bring inflation back down to our longer run golf 2%. Last week, we took another decisive action to remove monetary policy accommodation. We raised the fed funds rate by 75 basis points. Cleveland fed president Loretta Esther says she'd like to see inflation cool for several months before concluding that it's peaked. And there's at least one major investor who thinks the worst global bond route in decades may be ending Nathan in a tweet double line capital's Jeffrey gunlock says, quote, the US Treasury bond market is rallying, and he says he's been buying. Futures this morning, as we said around the rise, S&P futures up almost 28 points down futures up 161, and NASDAQ futures have a 105, they are off their highs of the morning, the Dax in Germany is a tenth of a percent. Ten year treasury up 2030 seconds, you have 3.84% in the yield on the two year 4.27%. Nymex crude oil is up 1% or 79 cents at $77 50 cents a barrel. The Euro .9619 against the dollar. Straight ahead, your latest local headlines, plus the check of sports and this is Bloomberg. Thanks here in 5 33 on Wall Street 61° in Central Park out of crash eastbound Nassau expressway at the van wyck more coming up on that in traffic first Michael Barr with what else is going on in New York and around the world, Michael

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"nathan goldman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:03 min | 2 months ago

"nathan goldman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Knock your next futures are little change this morning. We are coming up to 6 O one on Wall Street I mean, check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg. Again, futures are that'll change. The decks in Germany is down about a tenth of a percent. Ten year treasury up 7 30 seconds. You have 3.23% and the yield on the two year 3.43% and nymex crude oil is down half percent at $81 53 cents a barrel, Nathan. Karen, we begin overseas this morning, the European Central Bank is getting ready for its first monetary policy meeting since July and economists expect the ECB to deliver a rate hike as high as 75 basis points. Bloomberg Stephen Carroll joins us with more from London. Good morning, Stephen. Good morning, Nathan and Karen yes 50 or 75 basis points that scene as the choice on the table for the ECB markets leaning towards a jumbo hike if confirmed it will be the first 75 basis point increase for the bank since 1999. Back then, Euro notes and coins weren't even in circulation. Policy makers want to get a grip on inflation that's running at a record 9.1% add to that rising fears of a recession, a weak Euro trading below parity with the dollar adding to those woes as European countries pay more for imported oil and gas that's priced in dollars. I'm Stephen Carroll Bloomberg daybreak. Right, Stephen, thank you, back here in the U.S. will be watching comments from Federal Reserve chair Jay Powell, a scheduled to take part in a moderated discussion hosted by the Cato institute this morning. Stick with us for live coverage of his remarks starting around 9 a.m. Wall Street time on Bloomberg radio and television. Yeah, markets will be following those remarks closely, Karen, after the release of the fed's beige book yesterday, a regional survey indicated weak prospects for economic expansion. Ryan lament is adviser to the board of directors at the currency capital. He says markets are pricing in interest rate hikes, but may not be taking quantitative tightening into account. Aggressive QT is actually doing what they say, they were going to do, which is reduce their balance sheets by $47 billion a month or double that. And they have not done so. So yes, risky assets are not pricing this because the fed has shown that it is not doing it. And maybe it will not do it. More aggressive given the geopolitics. This might create not a hard landing, but an actual crash. Ryan LeMond was security capital says investors should tread carefully as the fed reduces its balance sheet. Meantime, Nathan Goldman Sachs is lifting his forecast for the pace of interest rate hike, the bank now expects the fed to hike by 75 basis points this month and 50 basis points in November. The bank is also forecasting a 25 basis point move in December. All right, let's turn to the market action. Now, beginning in Asia, stocks in the region rebounded from two year lows overnight, bonds climbed after Australia's Central Bank signal to potential end to big interest rate hikes. Bloomberg's Juliet Sally joins us with the details from Singapore. Good morning, Juliet. Good morning, Nathan and Karen the regional index rose around 1% led by gains in Japan and Australia, Aussie stocks were bid along with bonds after RBA governor Lowe indicated the case for slower monetary tightening is getting stronger as borrowing costs climb, the Aussie was the weakest G ten performer, and the offshore yuan remained out of pressure despite the PBOC setting a stronger than expected fix for a 12th day, in Singapore, Juliet sali, Bloomberg daybreak. Thank you while we're keeping an eye on the yen this morning. It had big swings overnight, weaker than stronger. Now weaker again, there are reports that officials in Japan are meeting for the first time since June to discuss the situation. Checking the yen right now is at one 43.87 against a dollar. Who's staying overseas Karen, we have a big move in geopolitics, the U.S. is warning about Chinese threats to Taiwan, White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan says the U.S. is working to alter policy toward the island in light of threats from Beijing. I think it remains a distinct threat that there could be a military contingency around Taiwan. And the People's Republic of China has actually stated his official policy that it is not taking the invasion of Taiwan off the table that that remains one of the potential options for the reunification of Taiwan. National security adviser Jake Sullivan spoke on the David Rubenstein show peer to peer conversations, catch the program later this month on Bloomberg television. It's coming up September 21st at 9 p.m. eastern. Meantime, Nathan, the U.S. is also taking aim at China on the economic front, The White House is hosting the first gathering of Asian nations over an economic agreement that aims to counter Beijing's rising influence in the region. It comes as Chinese president Xi Jinping prepares to meet Russian president Vladimir Putin in person for the first time since Moscow invaded Ukraine. Bloomberg Stephen engel in Hong Kong says the agreement is unusually structured. It's a non traditional trade agreement that the United States and the Biden administration has come up with and has brought in a 13 other countries in the Asia Pacific and they're going to be meeting in Los Angeles in the inaugural meeting. It's going to be a couple of days. It's not really a traditional FTA free trade agreement. It is not like TPP. It's not really aimed at cutting tariffs. And Bloomberg Stephen engel says critics of the agreement argue it's too vague and want more details. All the while in China care in the city of Chengdu is extending a weeklong lockdown in most areas after an increase in COVID cases, Chengdu is home to 21 million people. It's the biggest city to shut since Shanghai's two month lockdown earlier this year. Authorities will continue mass testing and are pledging to eliminate community spread of the virus within a week. And finally, Nathan, let's talk oil, crudest slumped to an 8 month low as investors assess global demand amid China lockdowns at an economic slowdown. Why should I just intermediate pushback toward $83 a barrel after collapsing by almost 6% on Wednesday? The biggest loss since mid July, checking prices right now, my next crude oil is down half percent or 40 cents at $81 55 cents a barrel, Brent is down four 10% at $87, 61 cents. Futures again, well, they're starting to show some declines here, S&P futures down around three points. Now, futures down 19 NASDAQ futures down 11. Straight

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"nathan goldman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:12 min | 2 months ago

"nathan goldman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Good morning, I'm Nathan Hager. And I'm Karen Moscow in U.S. stock index futures are little changed this morning we are coming up to 5 O one on Wall Street and we check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg again futures are little change the decks in Germany's up a tenth of a percent. Ten year treasury up two 30 seconds, you have 3.25% yield on the two year 3.43%, nymex crude oil up three tens percent or 22 cents at $82 16 cents a barrel, Nathan. Karen, we begin overseas this morning, the European Central Bank holds its first monetary policy meeting since July and economists expect the ECB will deliver a rate hike as high as 75 basis points. Bloomberg Stephen Carroll joins us live with more from London. Good morning, Steven. Good morning, Nathan and Karen. Yes, 50 or 75 basis points that scene as the choice on the table for the ECB market's leaning towards a jumbo hike if confirmed it will be the first 75 basis point increase for the bank since 1999. Back then, Euro notes and coins weren't even in circulation. Policymakers want to get a grip on inflation that's running at a record 9.1% add to that rising fears of a recession, a weak Euro trading below parity with the dollar adding to those woes as European countries pay more for imported oil and gas that's priced in dollars live in London. I'm Stephen Carroll Bloomberg daybreak. All right, Stephen, thank you. Back here in the U.S., we'll be watching comments from Federal Reserve chair Jay Powell. He's scheduled to take part in a moderated discussion hosted by the Cato institute this morning. Stick with us for live coverage of his remarks starting around 9 a.m. Wall Street time on Bloomberg radio and television. Now we know markets will be following that speech from chairman Powell closely, Karen, after the release of the fed's beige book yesterday, the regional survey indicated weak prospects for U.S. economic expansion. Ryan lament is adviser to the board of directors at the currency capital, he says, markets are pricing in interest rate hikes, but may not be taking quantitative tightening into account. Aggressive QT is actually doing what they say, they were going to do, which is reduce their balance sheets by $47 billion a month or double that. And they have not done so. So yes, risky assets are not pricing this because the fed has shown that it is not doing it. And maybe it will not do it. More aggressive given the geopolitics. This might create not a hard landing, but an actual crash. Ryan lambeth securities capital says, investors should tread carefully as the fed reduces its balance sheet. Meantime, Nathan Goldman Sachs is lifting his forecast for the pace of interest rate hikes, the bank now expects the fed to hike by 75 basis points this month and 50 basis points in November. The bank is also forecasting a 25 basis point move in December. All right, let's turn to the market action now, Karen. Beginning in Asia, stocks in the region rebounded from two year lows overnight, bonds climbed after Australia's Central Bank signaled potential end to big interest rate hikes. Bloomberg's Juliet Sally joins us with the details from Singapore, good morning Juliet. Good morning, Nathan and Karen, the regional index rose around 1% led by gains in Japan and Australia, Aussie stocks were bid along with bonds after RBA governor Lowe indicated the case for slower monetary tightening is getting stronger as borrowing costs climb, the Aussie was the weakest G ten performer, and the offshore yuan remained out of pressure despite the PBOC setting a stronger than expected fix for a 12th day, in Singapore, Juliet sali, Bloomberg daybreak. All right, thanks, Juliet. We're keeping an eye on the yen this morning. It's had big swings over night, weaker than stronger, and now weaker again. There are a poor set officials in Japan are meeting for the first time since June to discuss the situation and checking the yen right now. It's at one 44 O 9 against the dollar. All right, let's stay overseas Karen. We have a big move in geopolitics. The U.S. is warning of Chinese threats to Taiwan. White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan says the U.S. is working to alter policy toward the island in light of threats from Beijing. I think it remains a distinct threat that there could be a military contingency around Taiwan. And the People's Republic of China has actually stated as official policy that it is not taking the invasion of Taiwan off the table that that remains one of the potential options for the reunification of Taiwan. National security adviser Jake Sullivan made the comments on the David Rubenstein show peer to peer conversations, catch the program later this month on Bloomberg television, September 21st at 9 p.m. eastern. Well, meantime, Nathan, the U.S. is also taking aim at China on the economic front. The White House is hosting the first gathering of Asian nations over an economic agreement that aims to counter Beijing's rising influence in the region. It comes as Chinese president Xi Jinping prepares to meet Russian president Vladimir Putin in person for the first time since Moscow invaded Ukraine. Bloomberg Stephen engel in Hong Kong says the agreement is unusually structured. It's a non traditional trade agreement that the United States and the Biden administration has come up with and has brought in a 13 other countries in the Asia Pacific and they're going to be meeting in Los Angeles in the inaugural meeting. It's going to be a couple of days. It's not really a traditional FTA free trade agreement. It is not like TPP. It's not really aimed at cutting tariffs. Bloomberg Stephen engel says critics of the agreement argue it's too vague and want more details. And all the while in China, Karen, the city of Chengdu is extending a weeklong lockdown in most areas after an increase in COVID cases. Chengdu is home to 21 million people and the biggest city to shut since Shanghai's two month lockdown earlier this year. Authorities will continue mass testing and are pledging to eliminate community spread of COVID within a week. And finally, Nathan, let's talk oil, crude is slumped to an 8 month low as investors assess global demand amid China lockdowns in an economic slowdown West Texas intermediate pushback toward $83 a barrel after collapsing by almost 6% on Wednesday. The biggest loss since mid July, checking prices right now, nymex crude oil down to tenths of a percent or 23 cents at $81 73 cents a barrel and Brent is at $87 74 cents. Straight ahead, your latest local headlines, plus the check of sports and this is Bloomberg

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"nathan goldman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:54 min | 6 months ago

"nathan goldman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is now nymex crudes up 7 tenths percent or 82 cents at a $119 69 cents a barrel Brent is up 7 tenths percent at a $120 53 cents And turning to Washington now Nathan President Biden's commerce chief Gina raimondo says the administration is not willing to lift all tariffs on imported steel and aluminum right now We've decided to keep some of those tariffs because we need to protect American workers and we need to protect our steel industry That's a matter of national security Commerce secretary Gina raimondo told CNN over the weekend that lifting tariffs on other household goods may make sense to help ease rising prices As the fed aims to ease price hikes here in Goldman Sachs says the U.S. economy remains on a narrow path to a soft landing Let's get more on that live from Bloomberg's we need a young good morning granita Good morning Nathan Goldman says improving inflation numbers and other factors suggest that the fed may be able to pull off its aggressive rake height rate hike plan without tipping the country into a recession Economists there say sequential core inflation appears to be slowing and supply chain pressures are improving Now Goldman says while the deterioration in indicators like the first quarter GDP suggests near term recession risk has increased other measures show output is still expanding Live in New York I'm ready to young Bloomberg daybreak Right we need to thank you at least a half a dozen central banks are expected to raise interest rates this week and the European Central Bank is expected to announce it and to bond purchases and formally begin the countdown to an increase in borrowing costs in July And staying in Europe Karen Boris Johnson will face a leadership vote in his ruling Conservative Party that could remove him from office And as the 5 things you need to know to start your day brought to you by interactive brokers futures higher S&P futures have 44 points Dow futures up 266 NASDAQ futures up a 182 straight ahead your top local headlines this is Bloomberg.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

05:36 min | 6 months ago

"nathan goldman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Wall Street We checked the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S&P futures at 40 points down futures have 252 and NASDAQ futures up 161 The Dax in Germany is up 9 tenths of a percent The ten year treasury is down 7 30 seconds to yield is at 2.96% of the yield on the two year 2.68% Nathan Well Karen we are seeing this lift in markets as we begin a new trading week and helping to boost sentiment in Asia Beijing reopening further from COVID restrictions Let's get the recap from Bloomberg's Juliet Sally in Singapore good morning Juliet Good morning Nathan and Karen Japanese equities are raised earlier losses in tech shares rose in Hong Kong following the long weekend This after a gauge of Chinese companies traded in the U.S. had risen 2% over the two trading sessions at Hong Kong had been closed Stocks in Mainland China advanced as Beijing eased back COVID-19 restrictions also lifting the onshore yuan Australian stocks fell backing the trend ahead of an expected second consecutive interest rate increased Tuesday while Swiss bank UBS said buying the Aussie dollar is a phenomenal trade In Singapore Juliet sali Bloomberg daybreak All right Julia thank you for oil also on the Raj this morning approaching a $120 a barrel Saudi Arabia is signaling confidence and demand for oil The kingdom raised prices more than expected for Asian customers Began more from Bloomberg markets live editor Heather Burke Saudi Arabia is signaled confidence with the demand with this bigger than expected price increase if it's crude for Asia And overall we're seeing improving demand picture We're heading into peak summer driving season And also in China which is the top crude buyer bait they continue to ease COVID restrictions which should also help the demand side of oil I blow our markets live editor Heather Berg says oil has rallied almost 60% this year checking prices right now nymex crude oil A paid 10% or 91 cents at a $119 80 cents a barrel and Brent is up 8 10% at a $120 73 cents Well rising oil prices have certainly been a major factor in inflation increases Karen and now President Biden's commerce chief Gina raimondo says it may make sense to live tariffs on some imported products to help ease higher prices Steel and aluminum we've decided to keep some of those tariffs because we need to protect American workers and we need to protect our steel industry That's a matter of national security There are other products household goods bicycles et cetera And it may make sense Commerce secretary Gina romando made the comments on CNN over the weekend Bracing for a key report on inflation Nathan we get the story from Bloomberg's Vinny del giudice The Labor Department will issue mace consumer price index on Friday economists say that year over year inflation rate will continue near historic levels topping 8% a major driver in May record petroleum costs in addition to the sustained run up in other household Staples Also on this week's date agenda University of Michigan figures on consumer sentiment sentiment has been running low as the cost of living runs high They need to shoot ice Bloomberg daybreak All right Vinnie thank you as the fed remains focused on fighting inflation We are getting word from Goldman Sachs that the U.S. economy remains on a narrow path to a soft landing Let's get more on that line from Bloomberg's we need a young good morning granita Good morning Nathan Goldman says improving inflation numbers and other factors suggest that the fed may be able to pull off its aggressive rate hike plan without tipping the country into a recession Goldman economists say sequential core inflation appears to be slowing and pressures on the supply chain are improving even as signs of softening in the job market emerges Now the economists say while the deterioration and indicators like the first quarter's GDP contraction suggest near term recession risks has increased other measures show output is expanding Live in New York I'm ready to young Bloomberg daybreak We need to thank you at least a half a dozen central banks are expected to raise interest rates this week Meanwhile the European Central Bank is predicting to finally join the global tightening bandwagon with policymakers on Thursday expected to announce it and to bond purchases and formally begin the countdown to an increase in borrowing costs in July While staying in Europe Karen the future of Boris Johnson is in focus as he faces a leadership vote in his ruling Conservative Party Let's go to London and get the very latest with Bloomberg's UN pots Good morning Ewan Good morning Nathan and Karen after months of speculation at 8 a.m. outside the British House of parliament It was announced that the prime minister is to face a vote of confidence in his leadership This after more than 15% of lawmakers from Boris Johnson's own Conservative Party called for the vote the p.m.'s been under fire for a series of illegal gatherings a Downing Street during the COVID lockdowns The vote on Johnson's future will conclude at 8 p.m. London time and he needs the support of at least half of lawmakers to keep his position In London I'm Muhammad Bloomberg daybreak You and thank you back here in the U.S. President Biden will take executive action to boost the U.S. solar industry Bloomberg's Amy Morris has details from our 99 one newsroom in Washington Sources tell Bloomberg news the president plans to invoke the defense production act to provide support for U.S. made solar panels while announcing a two year halt on new solar tariffs Now that would allow domestic developers to use the foreign equipment while U.S. manufacturing ramps up The White House is also set to use the federal government's purchasing power to help support American clean energy manufacturers The announcement could come as early as today In Washington I'm Amy Morris Bloomberg daybreak Okay Amy thank you And Starbucks is looking at external candidates.

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"nathan goldman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:59 min | 6 months ago

"nathan goldman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"5 30 on Wall Street good morning I'm Nathan Hager And I'm Karen Moscow we're just about four hours away from the open of U.S. trading Let's get you up to date of the news you need to know what this shower We're seeing a lift in markets to begin a new trading week with a boost from Asia Beijing is reopening further from its COVID restrictions raising stocks in China Japanese equities erased earlier losses and take shares rose in Hong Kong We're also watching oil rise this morning Karen hovering around a $120 a barrel as Saudi Arabia signals confidence in demand for oil checking prices now West Texas intermediate sub four tenths percent or 51 cents at a $119 38 cents a barrel Brent is up four tenths percent at a 120 21 While turning to Washington now President Biden's commerce chief Gina raimondo says the administration is not willing to lift all tariffs on imported steel and aluminum right now We've decided to keep some of those tariffs because we need to protect American workers and we need to protect our steel industry That's a matter of national security Commerce secretary Gina raimondo told CNN over the weekend that lifting tariffs on other household goods may make sense to help ease rising prices Well as the fed aims to ease price hikes Karen Goldman Sachs says the U.S. economy remains on a narrow path to a soft landing Let's get more on that live from Bloomberg so we need a young good morning Renee Good morning Nathan Goldman says improving inflation numbers and other factors suggest that the fed may be able to pull off its aggressive rate hike plan without tipping the country into a recession Economists there say sequential core inflation appears to be slowing and supply chain pressures are improving And while the deterioration in indicators like the first quarter's GDP suggest near term recession risk has increased Goldman says other measures show output is still expanding Live in New York I'm renita young Bloomberg daybreak I really need to thank you about at least a half a dozen central banks are expected to raise interest rates this week And the European Central Bank is expected to announce an end to bond purchases and formally begin the countdown to an increase in borrowing costs in July Staying in Europe Karen Boris Johnson faces a leadership vote today in his ruling Conservative Party that could remove him from office It's unclear if there is enough support though to unseat the UK's prime minister And futures are higher this morning S&P futures of 42 points down futures up 258 NASDAQ futures have 173 ten year treasury down 6 30 seconds Yale 2.95% the yield on the two year 2.68% Nymex crude oil is up four tenths percent at a $119 39 cents a barrel Straight a hundred latest local headlines plus a check of sports and this is Bloomberg Here in 5 33 on Wall Street 64° in Central Park got a crash in the northbound van wake by Jamaica avenue and Michael Barr has more on what's going on in New York and around the world Michael Thank you very much Nathan and has been a weekend of shootings in several states that have left about a dozen people dead One shooting in Philadelphia left three dead and another 11 injured Philadelphia police commissioner Danielle outlaw These incidents have an exponential effect on our community And it not only impacts the individual That's been directly victimized but it victimizes their loved ones their families and their neighbors neighborhoods all over the world Commissioner outlaw says the suspect fled on foot Meanwhile there are some reports that U.S. senators are inching toward some kind of compromise and movement on gun safety Bloomberg's head Baxter reports A bipartisan group is working in Republican pat toomey says background checks are on the table At least for commercial sales of firearms there ought to be a background check So sales at gun shows sales that are advertised over the Internet To me has been working with Democrat Joe Manchin for years on this and to me on CBS has heard here on Bloomberg says the outcome of these talks is still uncertain We are still trying to figure out exactly what mechanism is going to enable us to get the votes that we would need But he says closer this time in San Francisco I'm at Baxter Bloomberg daybreak Primary elections in New Jersey and 6 other states tomorrow will set the stage for U.S. House and Senate battles this fall in New Jersey's GOP primary Tom malikowski won by fewer than two percentage points in 2020 and his district has become slightly more Republican since new congressional district lines were set last year After North Korea test fired 8 short-range ballistic missile Sunday the U.S. launched a joint exercise with South Korea and Japan to demonstrate their ability to quickly respond Today the U.S. Military conducted what it called a ballistic missile defense exercise also firing 8 missiles into the sea of Japan Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts more than a 120 countries I'm Michael Barr This is Bloomberg Nathan.

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"nathan goldman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:26 min | 6 months ago

"nathan goldman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Wall Street and we check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S&P futures up about 47 points now futures up 281 NASDAQ futures up 190 ten year treasury down 7 30 seconds yield 2.95% in the yield on the two year 2.68% nymex crude oil is up three tenths of a percent Nathan Karen we are seeing a lift in markets as we begin a new trading week helping to boost sentiment in Asia Beijing reopening further from its COVID restrictions Let's get the recap from Bloomberg's Juliet Sally in Singapore Good morning Juliet Good morning Nathan and Karen Japanese equities are raised earlier losses in tech shares rose in Hong Kong following the long weekend This after a gauge of Chinese companies traded in the U.S. had risen 2% over the two trading sessions at Hong Kong had been closed Stocks in Mainland China advanced as Beijing eased back COVID-19 restrictions also lifting the onshore yuan Australian stocks fell backing the trend ahead of an expected second consecutive interest rate increased Tuesday while Swiss bank UBS said buying the Aussie dollar is a phenomenal trade In Singapore Juliet sali Bloomberg daybreak All right Juliet thank you while oil is also on the rise this morning approaching a $120 a barrel Saudi Arabia is signaling confidence and demand for oil the kingdom raised prices more than expected for Asian customers to make more from Bloomberg markets live editor Heather Burke Saudi Arabia is signal confidence with the demand with this bigger than expected price increase if it's crude for Asia And overall we're seeing improving demand picture We're heading into peak summer driving season And also in China which is the top crude buyer They continue to ease COVID restrictions which should also help the demand side of oil And Bloomberg markets live editor Heather Burke says oil is rallied almost 60% this year checking prices right now nymex crude oil up three tens percent or 33 cents at a $119 21 cents a barrel Brent is up to 10% It's at a $119 92 cents Well oil is certainly been a major factor in the rise of inflation Karen and now President Biden's commerce chief Gina raimondo says it may make sense to lift tariffs on some imported products to help ease higher prices Steel and aluminum we've decided to keep some of those tariffs because we need to protect American workers and we need to protect our steel industry That's a matter of national security There are other products household goods bicycles et cetera And it may make sense Commerce secretary Gina raimondo made the comments on CNN over the weekend Wall Street is racing for a key report on inflation we get the story from Bloomberg's Vinny del giudice The Labor Department will issue mace consumer price index on Friday economists say the year over year inflation rate will continue near historic levels Topping 8% a major driver in May record petroleum costs in addition to the sustained run up in other household Staples Also on this week's data agenda University of Michigan figures and consumer sentiment sentiment has been running low as the cost of living runs high Daybreak All right Vinny thank you We're getting new word from Goldman Sachs that the U.S. economy remains on a narrow path to a soft landing Let's get more on that live from Bloomberg's we need a young good morning granita Good morning Nathan Goldman says improving inflation numbers and other factors suggest that the fed may be able to pull off its aggressive rate hike plan without tipping the country into a recession Goldman economists say sequential core inflation appears to be slowing and pressures on the supply chain are improving even as signs of softening in the job markets emerge But the economists say while the deterioration and indicators like the first quarter's GDP contraction suggest near term recession risk risk has increased other measures show output is still expanding Live in New York I'm ready to young Bloomberg day break All right Renee to thank you at least a half a dozen central banks are expected to raise interest rates this week Meanwhile the European Central Bank is predicted to finally join the global tightening bandwagon with policymakers on Thursday expected to announce an end to bond purchases and formally begin the countdown to an increase in borrowing costs in July In Europe Karen the future of Boris Johnson is in focus as he faces a leadership vote in his ruling Conservative Party Let's go live to London and get the very latest on that with Bloomberg's you and pots Good morning Ewan Good morning Nathan and Karen after months of speculation at 8 a.m. outside the British House of parliament It was announced that the prime minister is the face of vote of confidence in his leadership This after more than 15% of lawmakers from Boris Johnson's own Conservative Party called for the vote the PMs beyond fire for a series of illegal gatherings are Downing Street during the COVID lockdowns The vote on Johnson's future will conclude at 8 p.m. London time and he needs the support of at least half of lawmakers to keep his position in London I'm Muhammad bin bag day break All right you and thank you back here in the U.S. President Biden will take executive action to boost the U.S. solar industry Bloomberg's Emmy Morris has details from our 99 one newsroom in Washington Sources tell Bloomberg news the president plans to invoke the defense production act to provide support for U.S. made solar panels while announcing a two year halt on new solar tariffs Now that would allow domestic developers to use the foreign equipment while U.S. manufacturing ramps up The White House is also set to use the federal government's purchasing power to help support American clean energy manufacturers The.

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"nathan goldman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:05 min | 9 months ago

"nathan goldman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On Wall Street Good morning I'm Nathan Hager And I'm Karen Moskow we are just about four hours away from the open of U.S. trading Let's get you up to date on the news you need to know what this hour beginning with day 16 of the war in Ukraine Sirens heard again in the capital Kyiv the mayor of the city says almost half of its citizens have fled since Russia's invasion began Cities in western Ukraine are now under attack too taking fire from a long distance strikes in the south the city of mariupol remains under siege the death toll there has reportedly passed 1300 Back in D.C. Karen President Biden is set to call for an end to normal trade relations with Russia Sources say the plans would allow for increased tariffs on Russian imports putting Moscow on par with Cuba and North Korea At the same time Nathan the Senate has passed a spending bill that includes security and humanitarian aid for Ukraine And we get the details live with Bloomberg's raita young good morning Renee Good morning Karen just over $13 billion of that package goes to Ukraine for a humanitarian and security aid for Democrats passing this bill in an era of hyper partisanship is a major achievement The government had been using Trump era program funding levels since the start of the fiscal year on October 1st And now domestic agencies will get a nearly 7% boost The spending bill now goes to President Biden's desk for his signature In New York I'm renita young Bloomberg daybreak Okay we need to thank you on Wall Street today the war in Ukraine has one firm cutting its forecast for U.S. growth Let's get that story live from Bloomberg's John Tucker John Nathan Goldman Sachs warns there is more than one in three chance the U.S. will slip into recession in the next year The firm is cutting growth forecasts because of the hit from rising oil prices and other impacts from Russia's war the revision comes the U.S. prices for everything from gas to food and housing jump to a 40 year high And that's even before Russia's invasion for this year of the firm predicts GDP will slow to 1.79% live in New York I'm John Tucker Bloomberg daybreak Right John thank you Meantime the corporate exodus from Russia continues JPMorgan is joining Goldman Sachs and winding down operations there Citigroup has yet to act but says it's also assessing operations in Russia Futures this morning are on the rise S&P futures up 23 points Dow futures of a 147 NASDAQ futures have 82 the ten year treasury little change yell at 1.98% and the yield on the two year 1.70% Nymex crude oil is up 2.7% of $2 86 cents at a $108 88 cents a barrel Straight ahead your latest local headlines plus a check of sports and this is Bloomberg 5 33 on Wall Street 40° in Central Park but jammed up on westbound LIE with a crash in Maurice avenue Michael Barr has more on what's going on in New York at around the world Michael Thank you very much Nathan New York mayor Eric Adams unveiled his economic development plan for the city Adam says it would usher in a new New York during his.

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"nathan goldman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:22 min | 10 months ago

"nathan goldman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And Aztec futures down 91 The decks in Germany's down four tenths of a percent cack in Paris down 1% FTSE 100 down 7 tenths of a percent Ten year treasury up 7 30 seconds yield 2% yield on the two year 1.59% nymex crude oil is up 7 tenths percent or 68 cents at $90 55 cents a barrel combs gold down 6 tens percent or $10 30 cents at 1827 ten ounce the Euro 1.1396 against the dollar Nathan Well Karen the drop in futures follows yesterday's inflation fueled sell off We saw the NASDAQ 100 lead declines bonds were hit hard after the CPI report that showed inflation running at its highest pace in four decades Emily hill is a founding partner at bowersock Capital Partners I think there was a hope out there that inflation was moderating or at least an inflation was peaking And the numbers look like that is not the case So the market is now pricing in much higher likelihood of a 50 basis point increase in rates in March which I don't think is a huge surprise Emily hill with Bauer saw Capital Partners made the comments on Bloomberg businessweek catch the program weekdays at 2 p.m. eastern on Bloomberg radio On Nathan we also saw that selling in equities spill over to Asia overnight and we get the recap from Bloomberg Julian has Sally and Singapore Good morning Juliet Good morning Karen silver notes dropped in New Zealand and Australia where the three year yield hit its high since 2019 the MSCI Asia Pacific index Japan which was closed for a holiday dropped the most in two weeks dragged lower by tech stocks amid the rise in yields Elsewhere Chinese banks extended a record amount of loans in January providing a boost to a slowing economy $626 billion of new loans lent in the month being economists median estimate and the highest level in data going back to 1992 in Singapore Juliet sali Bloomberg daybreak Okay Juliet thanks This is all a response to higher interest rates and the call for more rate hikes this year is growing Bloomberg's running a young joins us live to pick up that angle of the story Good morning granita Good morning Nathan Goldman Sachs now sees the fed raising interest rates 7 times this year It's earlier prediction was 5 The bank expects the fed to lift rates by 25 basis points in each of its meetings this year to tame the hottest inflation in four decades Traders are also pricing in 7 fed hikes this year sending global bond yields soaring and data yesterday showed U.S. consumer prices posting the biggest jump since 1982 Live in New York I'm renita young Bloomberg daybreak I need a thank you There's also growing speculation the fed may opt for a 50 basis point rate hike at next month's meeting St. Louis fed president Jim bullard who votes on rates this year says he favors three hikes by July with one of them being a half point move Richmond fed president Thomas barkin is less convinced of the need for a dramatic increase Open to it conceptually Sure I mean there will be times where we'll need to do that There have been times in the past we have done Do I think there's a screaming need to do it right now I'd have to be convinced on that Richmond fed president Thomas Burke had made the comments at an event at the Stanford institute for economic policy research In the meantime Karen the fed's feeling pressure from Congress The top Republican on the Senate banking committee wants an overhaul of the Federal Reserve's regional bank system Senator pat toomey of Pennsylvania says the 12 regional banks reformed to manage economies in their districts but that's no longer the case.

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"nathan goldman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:21 min | 10 months ago

"nathan goldman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"15 minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg right now S&P futures are down 25 points Now futures down 147 NASDAQ futures down 111 the Dax in Germany is down 9 tenths of a percent ten year treasury up 7 30 seconds yield 2.00% the yield on the two year 1.59% Nymex screwed oil is up 7 tenths percent or 62 cents at $90 52 cents a barrel and a Euro 1.1385 against a dollar Nathan We're carrying the drop in futures follows yesterday's inflation fueled sell off We saw the NASDAQ 100 lead the declines bonds were hit hard after the CPI report that showed inflation running at its highest pace in four decades Emily hill is a founding partner at Bauer sought Capital Partners I think there was a hope out there that inflation was moderating or at least an inflation peaking And the numbers look like that is not the case So the market is now priced in much higher likelihood of a 50 basis point increase in rates in March which I don't think is a huge surprise Emily hill with Bauer saw Capital Partners made the comments on Bloomberg businessweek catch the program weekdays at 2 p.m. eastern on Bloomberg radio Well Nathan we saw the selling inequities spill over to Asia overnight and we get the recap from Bloomberg's Juliet Sally in Singapore Good morning Juliet Good morning Karen silver notes dropped in New Zealand and Australia where the three year yield hit its high since 2019 the MSCI Asia Pacific index Japan which was closed for a holiday dropped the most in two weeks dragged lower by tech stocks amid the rise in yields Elsewhere Chinese banks extended a record amount of loans in January providing a boost to a slowing economy $626 billion of new loans lent in the month being economists median estimate and the highest level in data going back to 1992 in Singapore Juliet sali Bloomberg daybreak All right Juliet Thanks This is all a response to higher interest rates and the call for more raid hikes this year is growing Bloomberg you need a young joins us live to pick up that angle on the story Good morning granita Good morning Nathan Goldman Sachs now sees the fed raising interest rates 7 times this year It's earlier prediction was 5 and the bank expects the fed to lift rates by 25 basis points in each of its meetings this year to tame the hottest inflation in four decades Traders are also pricing in 7 fit hikes this year sending global bond yields soaring data yesterday showed U.S. consumer prices posting the biggest jump since 1982 Live in New York I'm Rene young Bloomberg daybreak We need to thank you There's also growing speculation that fed may opt for a 50 basis point rate hike at next month's meeting St. Louis fed president Jim bullard who votes on rates this year says he favors three hikes by July with one of them being a half point move for Richmond fed president Thomas barkin is less convinced of the need for a big move I open to it conceptually Sure I mean there will be times where we'll need to do that There'll be times in the past we have done Do I think there's a screaming need to do it right now I'd have to be convinced on that Richman fed president Thomas Burke and made the comments at an event at the Stanford institute for economic policy research Let me tell Karen the fed's feeling pressure from Congress The top Republican on the Senate banking committee wants an overhaul of the Federal Reserve's regional bank system Senator pat toomey of Pennsylvania says the 12 regional banks were formed to manage economies in their districts but that's no longer the case.

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"nathan goldman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"nathan goldman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"About three hours away from the open of U.S. trading Let's get you up to date in the news you need to know what this shower beginning in Washington President Biden's economic agenda has suffered a major blow West Virginia senator Joe Manchin blindsided The White House yesterday by rejecting the president's build back better plan If I can't go home and explain it to the people of West Virginia I can't vote for it And I can not vote to continue with this piece of legislation I just can't Senator Manchin spoke to Fox News Sunday heard every week on Bloomberg radio losing support from mansion is essentially fatal in a split Senate Democrats must now regroup to see what measures if any have enough support to pass The impact on the economy is starting to come into focus Karen Goldman Sachs says its growth forecast will take a hit without the president's spending plan Bloomberg's Renee young joins us live with more Good morning Good morning Nathan Goldman cut its U.S. GDP forecast through the third quarter That's in case the build back better bill fails or is modified Now when it comes to the first quarter Goldman is cutting GDP from 3% to 2% The firm is also cutting its forecast for the second and third quarters by half percent and a quarter percent respectively Goldman says the omen crime variant will likely shift political attention back to virus related issues and away from long-term reforms live in New York I'm ready to young Bloomberg day break Or everyday thank you all markets are not reacting well to the news that President Biden's agenda is all but dead S&P futures are down 53 points or 1.2% Equities in Asia dropped to the lowest level in a year and Europe stock 600 is down about one and a half percent That's so often Europe Karen comes as fears of COVID restrictions grow the UK is refusing to rule out stronger measures before Christmas the Netherlands is returning to a lockdown and other nations are weighing more curves to stem the spread of the variant Back here in the U.S. Nathan the government will not impose lockdowns as according to White House chief medical adviser Anthony Fauci As far as complete shutdown I don't really see that in the future but I just think we should literally on a week by week basis monitor where we're going Doctor Fauci was against on ABC's this week or Sunday's on Bloomberg radio He says hospitalizations and intensive care admissions are rising in most states And Moderna is out with promising new data on its vaccine and acron the company says a third dose of its shot increases antibody levels 37 fold S&P futures now down 51 points NASDAQ futures down 204 Straight ahead.

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"nathan goldman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"nathan goldman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Nathan Hager And I'm Karen Moscow and we're just about four hours away from the open of U.S. trading Let's get you up to date on the news you need to know what this shower beginning in Washington President Biden's economic agenda has suffered a major blow West Virginia senator Joe Manchin blindsided The White House she yesterday by rejecting the president's build back better plan If I can't go home and explain it to the people of West Virginia I can't vote for it And I can not vote to continue with this piece of legislation I just can't Senator Manchin spoke to Fox News Sunday heard every week on Bloomberg radio losing support from mansion is essentially fatal in a split Senate Democrats must now regroup to see what measures if any have enough support to pass While the impact on the economy is starting to come into focus Karen Goldman Sachs says its growth forecast will take a hit without the president's spending plan Bloomberg's we need a young joins us live with more Good morning We need to have good morning Nathan Goldman cut its U.S. GDP forecast through the third quarter of next year That's in case the build back better bill fails or is modified when it comes to the first quarter Goldman is cutting GDP from 3% to 2% The firm is also cutting its forecast for the second and third quarters by half a percent and quarter percent respectively Goldman says the omicron variant will likely shift political attention back to virus related issues and away from long-term reforms live in New York I'm Renee young Bloomberg daybreak All right we need to thank you Markets are not reacting well to news that President Biden's agenda is all but dead S&P futures are down 62 points or one in a third percent Equities in Asia dropped the lowest level in a year and you're up stock 600 is down about one and a half percent Yeah it's so often Europe comes as fears of COVID restrictions grow The UK is refusing to rule out stronger measures before Christmas the Netherlands is returning to a lockdown and other nations are weighing more curbs to stem the spread of a Macron Back here in the U.S. Nathan the government will not impose lockdowns as according to White House chief medical adviser Anthony Fauci As far as complete shutdown I don't really see that in the future but I just think we should literally on a week by week basis monitor where we're going Doctor Fauci was a guest on ABC's this week or Sunday's on Bloomberg radio He says hospitalizations and intensive care admissions are rising in most states And Karen Moderna is out with promising new data on its vaccine and the omicron variant The company says a third dose of its shot increased antibody levels against the strain 37 fold in Moderna's shares are up 6% in early market trading Straight ahead your latest local headlines and a check of sports This is Bloomberg It's 5 33 on Wall Street We're 26° in Central Park and still dealing with some slowdowns on route 8 95 Michael.

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"nathan goldman" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"nathan goldman" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Maybe if you turn your phone sideways take off or heavy. So how are you mad. Fabio worldly in the building matchroom heavyweight and delia white correct. Yeah that's my manager. That's my guy. So fabio man. Obviously we've been following your career from the very beginning Because of your attachments adilion but man you performance versus molina. I love. I love it. That was a great performance and Exciting that's what you bring. i like that. You're like very agile to. You're not like the typical slow. Squared up heavyweight. You know you kind of. I don't know maybe they're going to laugh at me because when we're live but like a bigger sergio do you. Did you ever watch sergio martinez do did you like him as a fighter or no yeah. Works to see What was i was too many hours. Abandonment but that's why i always wanted to be always wanted to be something different another always look the law heavyweights and things in the ones that the jumped out the mercy me the ones that could move the ones that had that different edge that brought that something different that would put the kind of usual heavyweights and throw the muslim bit. And and that's what aim for us will well. I mean feel free to jump in. Because i don't wanna hold him. You know. i will not question. Fleet champ Let me ask what type of We talked about so times when you have a bigger name fighter. Five that's made themselves a star around fighter like dillion white just watch is experiences. What sort of conversations do you have about the fight. Gain both inside and outside of the ring. The thing with me deal is unknown. The he does the this is becoming a big trend now way younger fight as the older is in the game and stuff and in this become a more of an attachment thing. Buff the i know. The thing with me and deal is the we know between us. There's no bullshit. And i know with him the for one hundred percent. Nyc will always tell me the truth even if we disagree on things even if we bought heads on things. I appreciate more than anything. The he's always just straight off. Roll just playing with me about about the game and of a how it can be sometimes and about how how you need to maneuver and things duty to do. He's always been very plain and honest with me about about all of that And i think that's why we've we've While we've done so well together. That he is. The is exactly what you see on tv. And exactly what you on the. Tim there's no there's no gimmicks no gains. There's nothing extra enough yet. He's never sugar coated anything. Fool me he said look. This is how the game works if you want to succeed. You need to do this this this this this and the thing. I looked to him for his while. It was that he's laid the pop he's done it. He's came from the same places i came from. He's walked avert already so all his his biggest thing he said to me is look. I've done it already. You do not say evidence. That's all the evidence you need is me is the hair removal with processes to them then top level so as long as you stay games on tuesday focus. Stand the gym. You say training you can get that too. Yeah and i think that you're on a fast track because you know we watch the molina fight. And and i and my post five reaction. I'm like there's no backwards that now you know you fought a world title challenger common opponent with with a lot of big names in the sport. So what do you want moving forward. What direction do you want to go. Now that you did. Get a name like eric molina that reaches across the palm. Both on your side and our side. That flight was wished teaching in the sense that we wanted to build from daylight. Before that i was. I was known in the uk and stuff. I needed a name that was known across these. Of course upon the that was well known around the kids. I can take that scalp and then people will give me that credit across from here there and everywhere else. So that's why we wanted that while we moved on. Now they're still some good domestic fights back in the uk. I'm not trying to. I'm trying to run away too crazy. Lunatron ago under the next walthall job will oldham kind of top five. Maybe even talked ten in around guys. I'm not going there. Josh yet. By i always in them. Good fights in the notch challenge invites. I've never tried to have something easy. I wanna obstacle to landon himself aware of that. But i always think that the best way to learn rhythm good testing challenge invites or always one does and you know i was gonna ask you. I think about this question all morning. and you already pretty much answered it. You know i. I kinda see you in for me to fight the fight that you had don't fight can't last year. We came out with the mustache raw. That could you wanna raid ob- stateside like yeah. This guy sounded he fox shit up right. It was a very high and i was going to ask myself like. Where do you see yourself. Do you see yourself more with the tony. Yoga's and yet big job was or do you define molina. Connor moved you to that that realm to where we more see you going in the direction of maybe not disa- sorek just but you know what i mean In that direction you know. Yeah yeah of course. There's almost on a gatekeeper level. People to just before that that top tier and thus that's definitely name by the same on. I'm not gonna say this. I still think in myself immune. The team was still looking at. They still a few boxes to tick. There's still a few more things to do. Is still a few more bits of my game. I wanna work on them. Refined i slightly lower level as opposed to just pushing straight for that that talked here jumping straight in there. Because i have no i have no much background. An aba amateur fight in my life. I've never done that so like i came from something here in the uk is cooled white collar. Which is like unlicensed folks in. And i only have four of those in total and then i turned I temporary when i was twenty. No sorry eight noise time pro. I've thought i on a pair of gloves when i was twenty years old. Does something ever even abroad. A pair of gloves pro. About two years later when i was twenty two. I'm twenty six now of only been in the game for four years and still got so much. Learn so as much as i. I've always been keen to throw myself in the deep end and and and get on with those the big heart those testing five via the same on. There's just a little backers this a few more things fuel boxes. I need to take off now. It makes absolute sense man in it's It shows how level headed and the sort of boxing. I cue that you do have that being said you said that there are still some domestic fights that you wanna do Who are those names. Who are the guys that are on your radar domestically There's good fights between light. Best nick webb before on the same. Show that the idea. But i thought molina really good win coming off stop bormann before start has any fought. Nathan gorman before i haven't full daven sold before but again nathan goldman's another name as well. Someone is is highly highly respected here in the u k's as good counter prospect of uncommon And then there's dan new as well as that new dubois but he's on the east a high projector three than us. But still that's that's another one for a fight or tweet on the line while there's there's options and things to do back here as well so like i said i'm still in my building phase and this good to have here and elsewhere. Do you feel any pressure. Now that you've been ranked so high because.

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