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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | Last month

"nathan hager" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"May be ready to take serious action against Russia over its recent escalation in Ukraine, and it could have major implications for the global economy. Bloomberg's Nathan Hager reports. The White House is considering a total ban on Russian aluminum. It is a move that has not been considered before, since aluminum is so important in everything from cars to skyscrapers and iPhones. Sources tell Bloomberg news three options are on the table and outright ban, tariffs so high they'd amount to a ban or sanctions on Russia's main aluminum producer Rousseau. Russia's second only to China as the world's biggest aluminum supplier, a ban could leave consumers in the U.S. and elsewhere scrambling to find a replacement medal. In Washington, I'm Nathan Hager. Bloomberg radio. NATO defense chief met in Brussels today to discuss how to better protect critical infrastructure, ramp up weapon production and maintain support for Ukraine. U.S. defense secretary Lloyd Austin spoke of Russia's recent bombardment of civilian targets in Ukraine. The whole world has just seen yet a game, the malice and cruelty of Putin's war of choice, rooted in aggression in waged with deep contempt for the rules of war. Austin told them that the USA to Ukraine now totals nearly $17 billion. New evidence, on the impact the pandemic had on students, scores on the ACT college admissions test by this year's high school graduates hit their lowest point in more than 30 years. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts

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WTOP

01:30 min | 3 months ago

"nathan hager" Discussed on WTOP

"Money news at 25 and 55 here's Nathan Hager. This is a Bloomberg money minute. Will it be the one show to rule them all? You have fought long enough. Put up your soul. The Lord of the Rings prequel, the rings of power is online this weekend and Amazon Prime is putting enough money behind it to rival the hordes of smog the dragon $58 million per episode by one estimate, but Bloomberg's Felix Gillette says the elves dwarves and hobbits have competition. All these hugely expensive streaming shows landing at this very precarious moment. Like HBO's fantasy prequel house of the dragon, The Sandman on Netflix, not to mention all the new marvel and Star Wars shows that keep showing up on Disney+ all with huge budgets at a time when streaming services or cutting spending and laying off workers. So it's this interesting contrast, like which way is this whole thing going? Gillette says it could be the last gasp for big budget prestige TV or the start of a new content arms race for the major streaming powerhouses. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Nathan Hager on WTO. Coming up on WTO P lower gas prices have made it more affordable to hit the road this Labor Day holiday weekend in prices should continue to fall. Also triple digit temperatures continuing out west, many area setting records, and NASA is working to get its moon rocket ready for another attempt at launch after yesterday's scrub so far no date set. All these stories and more coming up next hour, it's 7 57. The

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"nathan hager" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:08 min | 3 months ago

"nathan hager" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Nathan Hager with your global look ahead at the top stories for investors in the coming week. China's massive real estate crisis continues to unfold and their spillover now in the banking industry. For more, let's go to Hong Kong and Bloomberg daybreak, Asia host, Brian Curtis. Nathan, we look at China's property crisis through the prism of China's massive banks. What will the impact be on earnings from mortgage boycotts from falling prices and problem loans? Big bank earnings are coming and joining us to break it all down is Francis Chan who covers banks and brokerages for Bloomberg intelligence. So Francis is China construction bank the most exposed and what might we expect from those earnings? Obviously, Charlie construction banks have close to 40% of the total loans property related and their mortgage book is the biggest in the country. But based on the fair reason set of regulatory data, they talk about the state bank segment, which includes the biggest banks in the country, ICBC China construction bank, agricultural bank and bank of China. In fact, there are earnings are still resilience on a year on year basis and the NPR ratios has been trending down from the beginning of the year to the end of second quarter. So at the very least, we haven't seen much of the impact from the earlier COVID lockdown, which is really eye catching the Shanghai. And they have been actively disposing any of the newly formed bad apps. And they themselves have also got the very strong buffer against the problem loans, new public loans, they see this year. As represented by NPR coverage, all those with support that resilient earnings, I believe, in transition to. So how big would the impact be from the lone boycotts that we've heard so much about? So far, this may still be a black box. If you look at the home research proven intelligence research, we have been making some assumptions based on the stored or halted residential projects by the troubled developers. And the amount to be affected, the amount of mortgages to be affected by this project could be up to 2.4 trillion urine. Or 6.5% of the total mortgage book in the country in the worst case scenario and in our base case scenario is like 1.3 trillion. However, those projects could be still in the coma situation. It doesn't mean the mortgage was all declined to pay back their mortgages. And if we take reference to what happened or what the banks have disclosed in mid July, I think what they have flagged it has the amount of home runs affected by those boycotts have been really, really minimal, like only zero point C 1% of their total mortgage books is insignificant to a way that we can not believe. That's why I said you may still see it as a black box, maybe more to come, but at the very least as of a mid July. We really didn't see that bigger problem. According to banks disclosure. So you mentioned big four China construction bank bank, ICBC and bank of China, among them, which looks the most profitable from your analysis. I believe China construction bank and agricultural bank base still set a better chance to deliver better than P is profits. If you talk about the comparison it would be among the four. The two banks, historically, they thought the higher ninjas margins. And at the same time, the loan growth are more resilient as they are supporting the countries, policies, making more inclusive loans, win loans, such as such. As a business is the biggest in the country, but the space is also a little bit bigger than the others. And it makes this growth a little bit slower. Nothing wrong with them. It's just because of the base effect. And bank of China has been in a bit more slowing growth more. It's a very well managed bank. Don't take me wrong. It's just that that they also have a sizable overseas business, which is one thing a bit different fundamental prospects at the other. So we've seen the PBOC easing and I wonder what that means for margin pressures for the banks. Yeah, that would be a problem in nature. All right, Francis. Thanks so much for joining us and sharing your insights with his Francis Chan who covers banks and brokerages for Bloomberg intelligence. I'm Brian Curtis, along with Doug Krishna. You can catch us every weekday for Bloomberg daybreak Asia, beginning at 6 a.m. in Hong Kong and 6 p.m. on Wall Street. Nathan, thank you, Brian, and coming up on Bloomberg daybreak

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"nathan hager" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 5 months ago

"nathan hager" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Get down to Washington, D.C. Nathan Hager's got your world national news Nathan. At the leaders of the U.S. and Israel are airing their differences over how they deal with a nuclear Iran and a joint news conference in Jerusalem, prime minister jair Lake said the world must be willing to use force to stop Tehran from gaining a weapon, President Biden hopes to revive the 2015 deal. I continue to believe that diplomacy is the best way to achieve this outcome. And we'll continue to work with Israel to counter other threats from Iran throughout the region. President also says the U.S. won't wait forever for Iran to rejoin the nuclear agreement. Former president Donald Trump might not wait long to announce he's running again, but the timing has some Republicans concerned. Bloomberg's Amy Morris reports from Washington. The former president could announce his candidacy in September, maybe sooner, but some of his advisers say announcing a presidential run before the midterms is a risky move within the party, allowing Democrats to make the election a referendum on the extremism of Trump's make America great again movement. One adviser tells The Washington Post that if they lose by one Senate seat or if the GOP loses Georgia, it gives people an excuse to blame Trump. In Washington, I may be Morris, Bloomberg radio. WNBA star Brittany griner has appeared in a Russian court for a third time in her drug possession trial, a source tells CNN the hearing ended without a verdict and another one's coming up tomorrow morning grindr pleaded guilty last week to having cannabis vapes in her luggage she faces up to ten years in prison. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts

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"nathan hager" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:35 min | 5 months ago

"nathan hager" Discussed on WTOP

"Because you're not having to overcome added wind resistance that comes with going faster. Bicycles, roof racks, and luggage carriers all reduce miles per gallon. Stephen Kauffman, CBS News. Money news at 25 and 55 on WTO with Nathan Hager. This is a Bloomberg money minute. Record high gas prices have finally started easing up, but you know the pain at the pump's gotten bad when you hear things like this. Ride share drivers with Uber and Lyft are finding it makes more sense to rent an electric vehicle rather than fill up the gas guzzler they already own. Compared with June last year and the latest data for may, the number of drivers that said they had a Tesla as their vehicle jumped a 185%. Bloomberg's ludlow reports for Uber drivers, it comes down to simple economics to rent a model three. Uber has a partnership with hertz, where if you're an Uber driver, you can rent a hurt for $350 a week. That may sound like a lot, but ludlow says the deal includes insurance and unlimited miles in many Uber drivers who've tried it, say they're also getting bigger tips. Now there's not a similar deal for Lyft drivers, ludlow says any of them thinking of buying could be in for a months long wait for a new Tesla. They are supply constrained. In other words, more demand than they can possibly build vehicles to meet right now. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Nathan Hager on WTO. 50 million Americans on alert for dangerous heat this weekend details ahead. It's one 57. Meet Ken mills, the president and CEO of regen X bio on the discussion, how global gene therapy leader regen X bio is improving lives in

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"nathan hager" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 5 months ago

"nathan hager" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Nathan Hager. And I'm Karen Moscow, U.S. stock index futures on the rise this morning. We're coming up to 5 O one on Wall Street and we check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg. S&P futures up 13 points this morning down futures have 96 and NASDAQ futures up 55, the Dax in Germany's F 1.6%, ten year treasury down 1230 seconds yields 2.97% and the yield on the two year 3.03% nymex crude oil is up for 10% at $98 90 cents a barrel, Nathan. All right, Karen, we begin this morning with breaking developments out of the UK time is up for Boris Johnson as we get word the prime minister is finally ready to resign. Let's go live to London and get the latest with Bloomberg's Ewan Potts. Good morning Ewan. Good morning Nathan and Karen Boris Johnson says he's quitting as Britain's prime minister. Even by recent standards it has been a dramatic day on Downing Street a snowstorm of resignations from the government at the beginning of the week became an avalanche by yesterday. In total, more than 50 minutes and aids leaving their jobs in protest. But perhaps the final blow came today when the Chancellor, the second most senior member of the government only appointed to the job on Tuesday, tweeted that Boris Johnson must go now. Well, the p.m. has finally given into the pressure and is now preparing his resignation speech, Nathan. All right, well, you and when is Boris Johnson expected to actually leave office? What are the next steps for the UK government? Well, today's news means that the UK is set to have its fourth leader within just 6 years. Now remember the Conservative Party still has a majority in the British Parliament so it's up to the party to choose a new leader who will then take over as the British prime minister. And leadership contest

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"nathan hager" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 6 months ago

"nathan hager" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A wild day here for the equity market started off deeply in the red and we traded higher Now we're kind of checking in with just met and she does this stuff for living She covers the markets with checking with her in just moments Plus David Steinberg's CEO of zetta global that's a publicly traded cloud software company to talk about the cloud one of the fastest growing areas in technology is the cloud we're going to get the latest But first let's go to Nathan Hager Get a Bloomberg crystal flesh Nathan Yeah Paul you blink and you miss the games Maybe we blink again they come back but as you mentioned stocks have moved just a touch lower now We have the S&P 500 now down about a point Dow is down 7 NASDAQ down 6 points as you mentioned little change after momentary gains following the S&P dropping as much as 1% to start this session Ten years of 1930 seconds the yield at 2.96 call it 2.97% West Texas intermediate is higher by 6 tenths percent of 70 cents $119 21 cents for a barrel in the nymex Comic gold is up 6 tenths percent of $10 60 cents at 1854 30 announced Euro 1.0696 against the dollar British pound 1.2578 the yen is at one 32.51 World Bank cut its global economic forecast for this year to 2.9% and target cut its outlook for the second time in three weeks target shares trading lower by three and a half percent That is a Bloomberg business flash Bloomberg markets continues Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller All right very good.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 6 months ago

"nathan hager" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Vince on he can talk any currency any commodity any asset and he's traded it at some point during his career We're going to talk to him But first let's go to Nathan Hager and get a Bloomberg business naked A lot of investors to chew on right now Paul sweetie We had the World Bank cut its global growth forecast for the rest of this year By three tenths percent after an earlier drop in April we also got a warning from Goldman Sachs strategists that rising equity yields could be a continued headwind for equity valuations but you look at the tenure right now it's actually the yield there is falling now below 3% You got stocks moving higher The S&P up 11 points to gain a three tenths percent the Dow is higher by 42 points for a game of one tenth of 1% The tech heavy NASDAQ leading the games up a half percent up 63 points All eyes on next week's policy meeting from the Federal Reserve markets all but totally pricing in two 50 basis point moves This month and next we spoke moments ago with Danielle dimartino booth CEO of quill intelligence she says watch for what fed chair Jay Powell and company signal for the months to come I think they had their eye on getting to that third 50 basis point rate hike in front of us in September and achieving that almost $100 billion a month run runoff rate for the balance sheet I think they're going to try and communicate that in this coming weeks meeting Man right now stocks as I mentioned are moving higher treasury yields moving lower the barrel and IMAX crude is at a $119 45 cents a gain of 8 tenths percent their comb ex gold up 6 tenths percent of $10 60 cents at 1854 30 announced the Euro is at 1.0704 against the dollar British pound 1.2580 the end one 32.44 That's a Bloomberg business flash Bloomberg markets continues Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller All right Nathan.

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"nathan hager" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:56 min | 11 months ago

"nathan hager" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It's 5 30 on Wall Street Good morning I'm Nathan Hager And I'm Karen Moscow We are 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 more pressure on U.S. stocks this morning after yesterday's wild turnaround on Wall Street S&P futures are lower down 27 points and we get the details on these moves alive with Bloomberg's John Tucker John Karen the S&P 500 fell about 4% yesterday before ending slightly higher Volatility is climbing the vix closed to shy of 30 as compared to a lifetime average just shy of 20 According to calculations by bespoke investment group Monday was the 6th times since 1988 that the NASDAQ erased of 4% plus entered a decline to close higher on the day Strategists tracked by Bloomberg are still bullish with their year end to average forecast for the S&P 500 close to 5000 live in New York I'm John Tucker Bloomberg daybreak All right John thank you And Bitcoin's in focus as well after yesterday's wild swings It's trading lower again this morning and we get the latest live from Bloomberg's Renee a young renita Good morning Nathan Yesterday headlines were all about the crypto crash but Bitcoin snapped a 5 day slide then An analyst from Bloomberg's markets live blogs say don't read too much into today's modest decline While Bitcoin appears to be trading in correlation with stocks analysts note that turns in the digital asset came before those in stocks both on the way up and back down back down and then back up I should say Right now Bitcoin is trading around 36 or 37,000 Live in New York I'm Renee young Bloomberg daybreak All right ready to thank you about the slump and risk assess is being blamed on forecast for fed policy and we get more clues on that this week The fed kicks off its two day policy meeting this morning as Jay Powell and company wrestle with how to fight inflation without stalling labor market gains Earnings are front and center as well Karen Microsoft reports results this afternoon on the heels of upbeat numbers from IBM That company reported its best sales growth in ten years and IBM shares are up 3% in early trading And taking a turn to geopolitics now Nathan it's all about Russia and Ukraine the Biden administration has put as many as 8500 troops on alert for deployment in Eastern Europe former Obama campaign foreign policy adviser David furry says Vladimir Putin is a threat Until the last 6 months people didn't really recognize the threat that Putin posed to Ukraine and to our other allies in Eastern Europe And I think people in both parties are waking up to that now And former Obama campaign foreign policy adviser David furry spoke with our Washington correspondent Joe Matthew on Bloomberg sound on and this is Bloomberg Thanks Karen It's 5 33 on Wall Street cloudy 37° in Central Park So at a tractor trailer fire on southbound New Jersey turnpike it exit 13 a details and.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"nathan hager" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Nathan Hager with your global look ahead at the top stories for investors in the coming week You know Facebook oh I'm sorry I should say meta isn't the only company hoping to dive into the metaverse In fact China is about to hold its first metaverse conference For more let's go to Bloomberg daybreak Asia host Brian Curtis Nathan Baidu says it will unveil its metaverse product called she wrong in the coming week It will happen at the company's Baidu create 2021 developer conference Bloomberg intelligence estimates the metaverse market opportunities could reach $800 billion and it will likely attract other Chinese players led by Tencent and ByteDance Well joining us for a look at this burgeoning market and especially Baidu's role in it is Matthew came from Bloomberg intelligence to senior research analyst Matthew thanks very much for joining us What do we know so far about the Baidu shirang metaverse environment We don't know very much so far I mean all of this is at such a nascent stage It seems like they're building something similar to what Roblox looks like or what Facebook meta's horizon looks like Some sort of avatar driven virtual world I think if you take a step back and you just think about their presence in the Internet it's largely been driven by search for a long time That's their core way they interact with consumers And they're trying to figure out how do they stay relevant as the Internet evolves from the web two era as we knew it the mobile social era into this metaverse era which is really the Internet enabled by real-time 3D software which is quite a broad definition but that's actually how we think about the metaverse It's not just a VR headset And so when you look at it through that lens search is going to be a different way of how we find information how we interact with people and search for that And so they're trying to position themselves to maintain that leadership as the Internet evolves itself And so we'll see exactly the details But it's clear that they're thinking ahead and thinking about defending their position as we enter this next era Well given the footprint of Tencent and ByteDance wouldn't they be even better positioned I totally think so I think it's obviously the metaverse is evolving out of the gaming sector It's clear that that's becoming the first iteration of the metaverse Like I mentioned Roblox you look at what things like Tencent has done in honor of kings Again if you define the metaverse as we do as the Internet enabled by real-time 3D software from unity or from Epic Games is unreal game developers have the most experience using real-time 3D And so clearly they're best positioned to build the metaverse at least in its initial iterations And so yes someone like Tencent or ByteDance who's been investing heavily in gaming and has armies of developers clearly has a leg up But I think there's other avenues On our podcast we ask the question recently what does the world of finance look like in the metaverse I don't necessarily know the answer to that But there's clearly lots of things that we don't know And so even though these initial applications clearly are evolving out of gaming there's a lot more to go down the road that we just don't have the answers to yet So no doubt a lot of companies in China are rushing to register trademarks on this in some way related to the metaverse I believe it's you and you Joe in Chinese But it's surprising because the regulators have already spoken about the risks right Yeah I mean I think any time there's a hot topic buzzword thing in this time clearly it was kicked off by Facebook changing its name to meta platforms and going all in on the metaverse and committing to invest $10 billion a year which is quite a large sum of money into this burgeoning economy But a lot of companies jump on the van wagon Oh actually no we're a metaverse company now because we do X Y and Z and I think the regulators are just telling everyone to pause take a step back and focus on substance versus hype because there is so much hype And if you look under the hood Tencent actually historically has always been very coy and very kind of reserved and how they talk about their product development And they let the products speak for themselves And they've been extremely reserved I mean the last earnings call back in November there were several questions about the metaverse And I think many of them were uninformed about what the metaverse is They're asking about VR headsets Again this is not a VR headset There's way more going on Ten cents already a leader in the metaverse today as it stands and they will continue to be because they're so broad based and they have such experience and broadly interactive entertainment So clearly they have a strong position without a VR headset And I think if you look at just where some of these companies are coming from in terms of hyping it up and using the term metaverse to drive their stock price in the short term that's where the pushback comes from from the regulatory agencies And four Chinese policy makers what do they see as the main risks here I mean the biggest risk I think is a couple I mean one of the big technologies that's underpinning a lot of the metaverse outside of China right now is user generated content and kind of taking this concept of the creator economy and kicking it into overdrive We've seen that with Roblox for example Clearly that's something that's going to be difficult inside of the Chinese market given content restrictions that exist there So I think that's part of it And I think the other part is just being careful to not let there be market manipulation and really focus on the companies that are actually building this for the companies that are just really good at hyping it up Can companies like roadblocks and Epic Games get any kind of foothold in China So they're trying Roblox has a joint venture with Tencent and I believe it's called lobo in Chinese that probably butchered that in They launched in China back in June They already taken it down though and they're kind of going back to the drawing board given the restrictions on the gaming sector for minors You look at Roblox roughly 80% of their daily active users are under the age of 18 which is the audience that's been hit the most by the regulations in China that have come down reducing playtime for minors on games So they have to re tweak the platform They're going to focus more on education applications for China So we'll see how that goes I think they have a long view so they're not willing to give up right away We saw Fortnite from Epic Games They gave up on China recently They pulled the long-standing beta of Fortnite in China that was going on It's a tough environment for foreign companies operating in China.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"nathan hager" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Nathan Hager now has your world national news at a Washington D.C. Nathan Matt we'll start with the red headline that just crossed the Bloomberg terminal This is according to the Reuters news service The apple says that the iPhones of at least 9 State Department employees were hacked by an unknown assailant using spyware developed by the Israeli based group NSO according to the report the hacks took place in the last several months hitting U.S. officials based either in Uganda or focused on matters concerning that East African country America is back to work Those words from president Joe Biden after November payrolls report that show 210,000 new jobs added last month less than half the median forecast but the president says the unemployment rates down 2% since he took office and wages are up Thanks to the American rescue plan we've delivered significant tax cuts to families raising children Tax cuts and raising wages for middle class families mean that Americans on average have more in their pockets today than they did Each month since we've been in office Why is the president's voice so horse He says he caught a cold too many kisses from his one and a half year old grandson he says Now that Congress has averted a government shutdown lawmakers can shift to everything else on their to do list Congress will next focus on the must pass defense policy Bill majority leader Chuck Schumer could keep it on the floor next week or lawmakers could come up with a compromise plan Lawmakers will also work to avoid breaching the debt limit ahead of an approaching deadline That could come as early as December 15th Democrats so far have not announced a plan to raise the debt ceiling Then there's the build back better plan which Democrats are still negotiating within the Senate Schumer wants that vote by Christmas In Washington I'm Amy Morris Bloomberg radio.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:22 min | 1 year ago

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"Now with latest news from Washington and around the world here's Nathan Hager Lisa John Matt thank you a bleary eyed House of Representatives gets back to work next hour Democrats have planned to pass President Biden's $1.6 trillion build back better agenda Last night but Republican leader Kevin McCarthy held the floor from about 8 30 yesterday evening Until after 5 this morning to rail against the bill and the Democrats You vote for this bill I can promise that many of you Will not be serving in this body after the midterms Today is not just about saving your seat It's about saving our country Minority leader Kevin McCarthy's speech set a record for the longest ever on the House floor House gets back to work at 8 a.m. assistant speaker Katherine Clark tells CNN they hope to vote on President Biden's Bill as soon as possible Austria is heading into lockdown Germany may do the same That says Europe grapples with a brutal wave of COVID-19 On Monday Austria will become the first Western European nation to impose widespread restrictions after curbs on the unvaccinated failed to stem the surge The country is also imposing a vaccine mandate by February that is also a first for the continent The Food and Drug Administration is expected to authorize Pfizer booster shots for all Americans all American adults today Sources tell The Washington Post the agency will also make a decision on Moderna boosters Doctor Anthony Fauci says they're a good idea for either vaccine When you boost an individual with a third shot who has had an mRNA boost that you dramatically increase the protection against infection against hospitalization and in the Israeli study even against death Doctor Anthony Fauci spoke on MSNBC Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios This is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts to more than 120 countries In Washington I'm Nathan Hager This is Bloomberg With the blue Hello this is discover and we take customer service very seriously We know that if you have a question or concern about your credit card that's a serious matter And you need to talk to a.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"nathan hager" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"News With Nathan Hager Paul Begin with some breaking news. The Biden administration has just announced it will begin evacuation flights for Afghans who aided the U. S military later this month and that we're just coming from the White House. President Biden said All U. S combat forces will leave Afghanistan by late next month that the administration now says it will begin evacuation flights for Afghans who aided the military. In late July, Senate Democrats on the Budget Committee have agreed to set a $3.5 trillion spending level for a bill that will carry most of President Biden's economic agenda into law without Republican support. Bloomberg's Irv Chapman reports from Washington bill would range from paid family leave to adding dental and vision coverage in Medicare Majority Leader Chuck Schumer told the Senate this budget resolution. Will allow us to pass the most significant legislation to expand support and help American families since the new deal since the new deal, this is generational, transformational change, human stressed. The past of passing the bill will be Rocky and Senator Joe Manchin, for one was not a member of the committee that worked on it. In Washington, Irv Chapman Bloomberg grading, and Senator Manchin has put out a statement saying he's not yet on board with the proposal, though he is open to reviewing it. Once more details are available. Starbucks and Coke Nicola are calling on Congress to revisit the Voting Rights Act as major corporations push back at Republican efforts to restrict ballot access in many states. In a statement, Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson says the right to vote is core to our democracy. Separately, Coke says it supports bipartisan efforts to reauthorize the Voting Rights Act all this a day after President Biden gave an impassioned speech in defense of voting rights in Philadelphia. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"nathan hager" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And it's 6 30 on Wall Street. Good morning. I'm Nathan Hager and I'm Carrie Moscow, where just about three hours away from the opening of us trading less yet you have to date in the news. You need to know what this our House impeachment managers continue to build their case against Donald Trump in the former president's second impeachment trial. Nancy Lyons has the latest from our Bloomberg 99 1 newsroom in Washington. In opening arguments, Congressman Jamie Raskin started things off, saying the former president violated his oath becoming the insider in chief. Look, if you're president, United States you've chosen a side with your oath of office, and if you break it We can impeach convict removed. He put it in more simple terms. There's justice clear once said, memorably. You can't ride with the cops. And root for the robbers. Democrats say Trump escalated his efforts to overturn the election first, using words than legal challenges, followed by secret calls to elections officials and then finally, a call to violence in Washington. I'm Nancy Lions. Bloomberg Daybreak. Right, Nancy Thank you. As impeachment takes center stage on Capitol Hill U. S. China relations Aeryn focus at the White House. President Biden had his first conversation with Chinese leader Xi Jinping's. We get the details from Bloomberg senior editor Derek Wall Bank in Singapore Bison Angie talked about a whole range of issues by brought up that the U. S. Believes that China's engaging in unfair economic practices he also brought up Taiwan as well. Assume human rights issues. Where the U. S and China are sure to be very far apart. There's going to be a continuation certainly of the Trump program Visa the China under Biden, but it may not be exactly that same relationship going forward. U. S tariffs on China will remain in place for now, as the White House develops a broader strategy on China. Meantime, there's some progress toward pandemic relief. A House committee signed off on a $400 weekly supplement for unemployment benefits through the end of August. The measure would also expand benefits for self employed and gig workers and extend the number of weeks the unemployed can qualify for payments. And we could soon have a new governor at the Federal Reserve. Bloomberg News has learned. President Biden may nominate economist Lisa Cook for an open seat on the central bank. If nominated and confirmed by the Senate Cook would be the only black woman on the Fed board and Futures are higher This morning. We check the markets every 15 minutes Throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S and P Futures Up about 13 points down futures up 80 NASDAQ futures up 66 the decks in Germany's up 6/10 of a percent. 10 year Treasury Little Change Shield 1.13%.

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"nathan hager" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"nathan hager" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Nathan Hager married Bonnie. Thank you. We're getting these new details from CNN reporting that Senate leaders Chuck Schumer and Mitch McConnell close to a deal on impeachment trial rules. If enacted, they would include up to four hours of debate. Starting tomorrow on whether trial is constitutional that would be decided by simple majority. Arguments would then begin on Wednesday, Each side would get up to 16 hours to make its case. Now we have heard the brief from Democratic House managers. They plan to argue former President Trump's words set off the deadly riot at the Capitol. Katie fallow at Columbia University's Night First Amendment Institute says that is a tough case to make. You cannot be punished for speech. Even if you're advocating lawlessness or the overthrow of the government, or violent thing we still don't know is whether either side plans to call witnesses Super Bowl. 55 may have been one for the record books for Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but health officials are hoping it won't add to the records Covert 19 has already set Thousands of fans poured out of Raymond James Stadium and into sports bars, many without masks after the Bucks win over the chief's overall case counts in the US are declining doctor emission knowledge is with the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. I do think it is likely to hold in the short term. It's a question as we get further along in the winter and approach spring as A new variant start to become more and more common. New study warns of further surges in the U. S. As the covert 19 variant, first identified in the UK is likely.

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"nathan hager" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"nathan hager" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Management, giving us the latest data for The month of January, little bit below forecasts, but still 58.7 shows at manufacturing bases, country expanding, and that's good news right now, let's head down to Washington, D C World and National News With Nathan Hager, Nathan Paul, We're getting more details on Republicans alternative to President Joe Biden's $1.9 Trillion Pandemic Relief plan, Senator Susan Collins released the GOP's $600 billion proposal. It includes $1000 payments to individuals, not the 1400 that the president's been looking for Bloomberg governments, Emily Wilkins reports. Even that higher figure has sparked a debate within the White House. There was some concern that some of these checks were going to individuals who you know, already had AH, fair amount of income hadn't lost their jobs didn't really need this additional funding. The president's invited the 10 Republicans who've made this offer to the White House to discuss it. That meeting is set for five PM Wall Street time. After years of Trump tariffs. President Biden's approach to global trade appears to be dialogue more from Bloomberg's John Tucker, industry veteran say the Biden administration is setting up his trade policy to prioritize enforcement of existing commitments. Expected to work with allies and use dispute resolution mechanisms an existing agreements rather than following the Trump administration's more blunt unilateral tool of national security tariffs. Still, the new president has signaled he won't immediately remove duties inherited from Trump, who enthusiastically dubbed himself Tariff Man John Tucker. Bloomberg Radio. The UK says it'll start mass testing for the South African variant of covert in eight parts of England. After finding cases with no links to travel. Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he's not ready to let up on restrictions yet. We're starting to see some signs over flattening.

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"nathan hager" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"nathan hager" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now here is Nathan Hager body and his first full day as President Joe Biden is planning to roll out a national coronavirus strategy. Later today, he will sign 10 executive orders. He'll use the Defense production act to ramp up vaccinations and testing. He'll require masks on planes, trains and other Forms of transportation and deep echo should. The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health says his advice to the new president is lead by example. We need to keep the message going. We need to make sure that people understand The message works. We have to figure out how to get people to re engage in this and that's where leadership really constructive, and President Biden will discuss his covered response in remarks set for 2 P.m. Wall Street time that you will hear live on Bloomberg Radio. Fizer says it's open to selling doses of its covert vaccine directly to states trying to boost their supplies. A spokesman for the drug maker tells Bloomberg News. It is willing to collaborate with the federal government on a distribution model that gives his many Americans as possible access to the vaccine as quickly as possible. Michigan and New York are among states that have said they're looking into buying shots from Fizer to supplement the doses they're getting from the federal government, Pete but a judge says, preventing the spread of Cove. It will be his top priority if he's confirmed his transportation secretary. We have to ensure that all of our transportation systems are aviation in public transit, our railways, roads, ports, our waterways and pipelines. All of it is managed safely in this critical period. As we work to defeat the virus for good. The former South Bend mayor's appearing before the Senate, Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee right now, and CNN is reporting House Democrats say they have the votes to grant a waiver for Lloyd Austin to serve as defense secretary. The retired.

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Face Masks Are Again in Short Supply as Covid-19 Cases Surge

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Face Masks Are Again in Short Supply as Covid-19 Cases Surge

"A new surge of Corona virus cases is putting a new strain on supplies of personal protective equipment. Bloomberg's Nathan Hager reports. In Michigan, For example, nearly two in three health systems have a less than three weeks supply of one or more types of protective gear. The State Health Department recommends a 90 day supply. DowJones reports, three M is on track to produce nearly 100 million masks a month. Other companies have added capacity for at least 20 million and 95 masks per month. But manufacturers say that's still not

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Trump holds first indoor campaign rally since June

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Trump holds first indoor campaign rally since June

"President. Trump is also defending his decision to hold an indoor rally outside Las Vegas last night. Despite the pandemic, Bloomberg's Nathan Hager has more from Washington. In an interview with the Las Vegas Review, Journal President Trump says he wasn't at all concerned about the relative lack of social distancing and mask wearing inside the warehouse in Henderson, Nevada, because he was on the stage and it was very far away. Nevada's Democratic governor, Steve Sis. Lack says the president was reckless and selfish for holding the rally and put his own supporters in danger. The president called sis lack of political hack. The rally inside the extreme Manufacturing warehouse was the first indoor event for the Trump campaign in nearly three months

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Markets close lower with DOW, NASDAQ and SMP all in retreat

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

00:36 sec | 4 years ago

Markets close lower with DOW, NASDAQ and SMP all in retreat

"Right. We're looking at a down day. Few us equities here with the Dow the s&p NASDAQ all retreat and dropping three down one tenth of one percent. The Dow off session lows down thirty six now down also by one tenth of one percent. Nasdaq hanging in there just above eight thousand down thirteen now with drop their of about two tenths of one percents. Latest weekly rig count numbers from Baker Hughes shale explorers added rigs this week even as pipeline pinch has sent prices plummeting in America's busiest basin. Baker Hughes has working oil rigs rose seven this week to eight hundred and sixty

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Bloomberg, CEO Elon Musk and Charlie Pellett discussed on Bloomberg Best

Bloomberg Best

00:17 sec | 4 years ago

Bloomberg, CEO Elon Musk and Charlie Pellett discussed on Bloomberg Best

"And analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Nathan Hager. This is Bloomberg. From Bloomberg world headquarters. I'm Charlie Pellett. Apple has taken the wraps off of a renewed iphone strategy doing. A trio of phones at aim to spread the company's

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Republicans urge more tax cuts as elections near

Midday on WNYC

02:51 min | 4 years ago

Republicans urge more tax cuts as elections near

"Charlie. President Trump continues to tout tax cuts on the campaign trail. In fact, was just last week in South Dakota. Because I couldn't understand they couldn't pass it since Ronald Reagan. Ours is the biggest ever passed, and they couldn't get anything past. Now congressional Republicans hope to use enthusiasm for tax cuts to boost their chances in the November midterms by putting them forward a Bill that would make them permanent. Joining me now in our Bloomberg ninety nine one studios with more on this. Bloomberg news tax reporter, Laura Davidson, Laura, I recall last we spoke tax cuts two point oh was going on the shelf on Capitol Hill is this an on again off again relationship with making tax cuts permanent. Now on Capitol Hill. It isn't an appears to be on again. Now, they there was some dissension within the Republican party some of these Republicans from high tax states where the state and local tax deduction that salt deduction was a big deal very unpopular. Remember, the tax law cap that at ten thousand dollars in lots of people in these districts have state and local tax bills that are twenty thousand thirty thousand dollars. So they lost a big deduction there folks that are running in these states that are in tough election said, hey, we don't wanna vote. On this and Republican leaders have basically said too bad. We're gonna go ahead market up in committee this week and vote on it before the end of the month. This may be a dumb follow up question. But why well, basically, they did the math, and they the these these folks these Republicans who have problems with the Bill don't outweigh those who who want to see it passed and Republicans are still sort of committed to this idea that that tax cuts will help them in the elections that hasn't really been born out in the polls, you still see that really every poll that's been conducted since law was passed. It's been under fifty percent approval for the law, and really, you know, more under forty percent. So it's really kind of tracked with without popular the president has been, but they still see this as sort of a last ditch effort, get voters out get them excited about voting for Republicans and say, look Democrats are going to raise taxes fire up the base. But if they're going to have to do a sell job on trying to make the overall tax package seem more popular. I mean, doesn't this make things I guess I'm trying to square the circle here because the tax cuts. As far as overall polling goes aren't popular they aren't and so this is where you see a little bit of a disconnect from what the data saying versus kind of the anecdote of evidence that Republicans are running on they say that when they go back to the district's that people are excited about the tax cuts. No overall that that's not really what's happening. I think Republicans feel so viscerally attached that tax cuts are sort of what makes them Republican. And so they're just digging into that. And you know, I think there are a little bit lost. They see kind of the writing on the wall. And that the numbers aren't looking good for them. And they could lose a lot of seats. So they're really trying to play to their base and not really sure which way to go, particularly when there's all these other distractions coming from the White House coming in from the molar investigation. There's so many other things swirling, this seems a safe thing to

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Egypt court sentences 75 to death and 47 to life over 2013 sit-in

WBZ Afternoon News

00:45 sec | 4 years ago

Egypt court sentences 75 to death and 47 to life over 2013 sit-in

"Seventy five Muslim Brotherhood supporters sentenced to death in Egypt for their involvement in a twenty thirteen sit in it's part of a mass trial of hundreds in a case involving seven hundred seventy nine defendants facing charges ranging from murder to damaging property. The court also sentenced to life in prison, the head of the brotherhood Muhammad body and forty six others Mahmoud Abbas aid, a photogenic known as show con- perceived five years imprisonment, meaning he will walk free for time served. The sit in was staged by supporters of Mohamed Morsi, a brotherhood stalwart who became Egypt's first freely elected president in two thousand twelve but was ousted a year later by the military, then led by President Abdel Fattah El

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Houston, Verizon and Boston discussed on WBZ Midday News

WBZ Midday News

00:26 sec | 4 years ago

Houston, Verizon and Boston discussed on WBZ Midday News

"To say the Verizon signal doesn't reach here. Limburg's todd. Shields reports they're proving that negative not just to take some varieties business but to claim their share of four and a half billion dollars in subsidies for carriers that service low populated areas, like the Oklahoma, panhandle the guys out in the fringes of the panhandle. Say none, no they're not here we deserve. A subsidy. Shield says the FCC relies on Verizon's coverage map to suggest maybe it can trim about three hundred million

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Ex-Trump campaign aide Papadopoulos to be sentenced Friday for lying to FBI

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:26 sec | 4 years ago

Ex-Trump campaign aide Papadopoulos to be sentenced Friday for lying to FBI

"Jason we are watching the federal courthouse in DC where former Trump campaign advisor, George popadopoulos is waiting to find out if he's going to do time for lying to the FBI one time foreign policy in the Trump campaign was the first to plead guilty and special counsel Robert Muller's Russia investigation. He will be the. The first to be sentenced in the probe. Prosecutors are looking for up to six months behind bars. Popadopoulos his attorneys are asking for

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NAFTA talks make progress

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:21 sec | 4 years ago

NAFTA talks make progress

"Daybreak Asia. It is nine thirty AM here in Singapore. I'm Juliet Sally. And I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg world headquarters in New York, so markets in the Asia Pacific are up and running. Interestingly it's the ASX two hundred and Sydney, that's the worst performer index is down about one percent right now lots going on the foreign exchange to we've got a stronger yen and a weaker dollar.

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Bernie Sanders Strikes at Amazon With New Tax Bill

Bloomberg Businessweek

01:35 min | 4 years ago

Bernie Sanders Strikes at Amazon With New Tax Bill

"Radio. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders introduced a Bill today that would require large employers like Amazon and WalMart to reimburse the government for federal benefits their employees received things like food stamps or public housing. The Washington Post reports Sanders Bill is called the stop bazo act to dig at Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. It's also an acronym. It stands for stop

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Tiger Woods shoots even par at TPC-Boston

WBZ Midday News

00:39 sec | 4 years ago

Tiger Woods shoots even par at TPC-Boston

"Dinner plate beef Works for me Thank you for serving. Tasting crispy chicken consumers have their pick of. Proteins right now beef and pork prices are running lower than last year and that's putting. Pressure on poultry usually the. Cheaper white, meat Sanderson farms latest quarterly earnings came in worse than expected on. Ample chicken supply but for one of the best known, names in chicken we are the largest food company not just the largest me company largest food company. In the US Tom Hayes is CEO, of Tyson, Foods beef pork, chicken prepared foods and even, now you know into alternative proteins, plant based protein strong demand and lower beef costs helped Tyson post better than expected results

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U.S. to impose new sanctions on Russia

Bloomberg Markets

00:20 sec | 4 years ago

U.S. to impose new sanctions on Russia

"You know that, the US is indeed slapping new sanctions on, Russia saying, it has made a final. Determination, that Vladimir Putin's government was. Responsible for the Novacek nerve agent attack back in. March that nearly killed former. Double agent Sergei scrip ball and his daughter in England State Department says, the new sanctions will take effect in about two weeks. It's unclear though what they'll or

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Jeff Bellinger Bloomberg, Bloomberg and CBS discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

Bloomberg Daybreak

03:02 min | 4 years ago

Jeff Bellinger Bloomberg, Bloomberg and CBS discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

"Nineteen and around the globe Bloomberg business app and bloombergradio dot com this, is Bloomberg daybreak morning at six thirty, on Wall Street I'm Nathan Hager and I'm, Karen Moskow we are just, about three hours away from the opening of. US trading let's get you, up to date. On the news you need to know at this hour fresh round of trade war. Fears has sending stock markets lower across the world the hardest hit Asia stocks in China and Hong Kong, fell more than two percent Turkey's lira tumbled past five per dollar to a, record low government, bonds and stocks also slumped after the US imposed unprecedented sanctions on Turkey, it's the Bank of England, stern following the fence, decision to stand Pat but unlike the central Bank economists are forecasting. The b. o.. EA, will raise As rates a, quarter of a point on the earnings front. Dow DuPont. Cigna, Aetna and. CBS. Lead four dozen companies in the. S. and, p. five hundred reporting results today. We get a CBS preview from Bloomberg's Jeff, Bellinger CBS started the year on a strong footing and Bloomberg intelligence says. The network likely build on that momentum in the second quarter. The networks earnings call could be especially. Newsworthy Fox News has reported that embattled CEO les Moonves plans to speak. On the call the CBS board this week decided. An outside council should look into charges, of sexual misconduct by moon Bess Jeff Bellinger Bloomberg daybreak Jeff thank you tesla. Shares are up more than eight and a half percent in early trading the electric car maker burning through less cash than analysts expected last, quarter in Europe BMW is down more, than two percent Chinese consumers held back buying, cars in the second quarter, is the German automaker finds itself in the. Crosshairs of a u. s., China trade spat. Shares in Barclays were initially high higher after reporting earnings should there now down one percent the bank beat on most key metrics including trading revenue french banks societa generale also beat earnings estimates but the stock is down two percent after posting a four percent decline in revenue from stock trading and prime services six thirty two on wall street time for the volatility index report the vix rose yesterday to close at thirteen fifteen separately in today's extended morning trading the vix is currently at fourteen thirty eight and that is this morning's volatility report and we are hearing from aetna this morning it reported a second quarter operating profit that beat analysts estimates revenue operating revenue looks like it just missed futures this morning are moving lower s and p futures are down eighteen points dow futures down one hundred seventy five nasdaq futures down at fifty five the dax in germany is down one point seven percent ten year treasury up seven thirty seconds yield two point nine eight percent yield on the two year two point six Six percent and nine x crude oil is down nine. Tenths percent or fifty nine cents. To sixty, seven seven a barrel the euro dollar sixteen fifteen straight ahead we. Have the latest world and national news and this is Bloomberg Darren.

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President Trump, United States and Iran discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

Bloomberg Daybreak

05:00 min | 4 years ago

President Trump, United States and Iran discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

"Daybreak I'm John Tucker in New York with your global look ahead of the top stories for investors in the coming week still ahead apple and tesla lead more than one hundred forty companies reporting earnings but first let's head to our Bloomberg ninety nine one newsroom in Washington to see what items in politics and government set the top the agenda. Next week and for that we bring a Nathan Hager host of our politics, policy, power and. Law program. Aired weekdays At noon on Bloomberg radio Nathan John foreign. Policy will, top the agenda at least at the start of the week President. Trump welcomes, Italy's new prime minister Giuseppi Kante to the White House on Monday just days after that positive meeting on trade with European Commission president John Claude. Juncker we agreed, today first of all to work together towards zero tariffs zero non-tariff barriers and zero subsidies Or, non auto industrial goods thank you and Bloomberg news. Washington bureau chief Craig Gordon joins me now so Craig what are the expectations going, into this meeting with the new Italian prime minister I mean this is a lot more populous government. I would say then Europe is a whole right and the Italians of course their. Economies not exactly blooming right now so it's a tough you know could be a tough meaning, for this prime minister the meaning with Yonker was fascinating because a. Lot of tough talk on both sides and. Then we got word of a quickie sort of news conference came out to announce a deal. So right now I, think we're still trying to sort through what that deal means it seems like the Europeans agreed to buy some more soybeans and by some, more, natural gas the word in our stories, is they don't really need them anymore so, it means on natural gas from Russia so it's not totally clear what the bang for the buck is going to be on this I serve, American, companies but, Donald Trump shirt seemed happy and so happy that he was willing to, take off the table for now Leased his threat of point five percent auto tariffs from cars command from that part of the, world and also on the foreign policy front this week secretary of. State Mike Pompeo is heading back to Singapore. For the Ozzy on summit and Iran is expected to sign an agreement they're just as the. Trump administration is mounting, this new maximum pressure campaign against Iran yeah you're starting to think Pompeo should just get an apartment in Singapore Spend so much time there between the the Chem summit and and all of that but yes this is an important early needing the full Asia summit is. Not until November in that, part of the world but right now they usually have sort of pre. Meetings, with the, foreign ministers usually the economy minister Steve Mnuchin in the case of the United States would go to, these things so it will be a chance for. Pump hair to be in the room with a lot of Asian leaders who seem like they wanna cut a deal with Iran to have a more open relationship there, right at the very moment the. United States is is really trying to crack down on the Iranians obviously people remember President Trump pulled out of the Iran nuclear, deal told, the Europeans are trying to hold that together then pretty tough, without the US that's for sure and then Pompeo, himself gave a, pretty tough speech essentially seeming to try to rally dissident groups inside Aranda to overthrow the government prevail stop just. Short of saying that but the message is. Pretty clear so perhaps a little bit. Of, awkward staging here where you have the the US leader in the Iranian leader kind of in the. Same airspace but you know, for other parts of the world Iran Kip provide oil it can provide. A, lot of, things and even if the United States is not so happy with the government there doesn't mean these, Asian countries don't want to do business with them. And of course like overshadowing just about everything here in Washington is the ongoing Muller investigation now we've gotten reports in the past week that Muller's now looking into President, Trump's tweets for possible obstruction and. Michael Cohen is looking more and more like he's ready to flip where does this go from here Yeah the developments. Of, recent vintage here are quite important this meeting between some members senior members of the Trump campaign and these Russian operatives is taken on a very big role we believe in. The Muller investigation remember what happened Some folks came and said they wanted to talk to the Trump. Campaign extensively about you know Russian children being are, moving to the United States, and the and that sort of thing foster children turns out they. Were, according to the reports offering to feed them. A negative. Information about Hillary Clinton the Trump campaign people seem to listen at least seemed open to the idea and they have always said that Donald Trump himself than the candidate now the. President did not know about the meeting Michael Cohen Trump's time. Lawyer and really personal sort of was now tells a different story that Trump in fact did know about the meeting and I only. Knew about it but, approved it so, that puts that whole meeting to a very different light. If the candidate. We're open to hearing about negative information about Hillary, Clinton, from Russians who. Boy. That gives rubber mother-in-law to work with that's Bloomberg Washington bureau chief Craig Gordon, and that is what's happening here in the nation's capital.

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Trump warns Iran's president in all-caps tweet to stop threatening U.S.

Bloomberg Daybreak

04:13 min | 4 years ago

Trump warns Iran's president in all-caps tweet to stop threatening U.S.

"Dating back to twenty-six team tesla confirmed to the news Paper. That seeking price reductions at ahead. Of the market Okinawa Wall Street's at futures in the US pointing to a lower open p, futures down two points Dow futures down seven the NASDAQ futures down twenty two and we also have Brent. Crude fifty cents seventy three, fifty, seven this is Bloomberg It's. Five oh seven, on Wall Street let's get news. From around the world this morning and for the very latest we head to Washington and Bloomberg's Nathan Hager good. Morning Nathan good morning John President Trump is engaging in a war of words with Iranian president Haas on Ronnie in. A late night all caps tweet, the president warned of? Unspecified consequences if Ronnie keeps threatening. The US Ronnie had been on. Television hours before warning the. US to stop threatening Iran here he is through an interpreter named the Americans say they won't allow Iran to export even a drop of oil you think Iran is. That week what are you thinking you cannot do such a thing we. Will stand up to you we are people of resistance the entire Iranian nation will resist the US is moving closer to sanctioning countries that don't make significant cuts to. Iranian oil imports by. Early November mass shooting in Toronto a man opened fire into restaurants and cafes in the city's, greektown. Neighborhood last night Killing a, woman and wounding thirteen other. People before the gunman was killed in an exchange of gunfire with police Mary frog a daycare is a Toronto, city councillors shocking I, mean this is. A street where people walk everyday groceries dinner Davin ice cream sitting the square enjoy their summer and subsequently devastating. Remember that van, attack that killed ten people in. North Toronto that happened just a few months ago French president Emmanuel Macron has ordered an overhaul of his office. He's under pressure to break his silence over an aide caught on video beating a protester two months ago Bloomberg's Gregory. Viscose e has more from Paris, Monday will edition the? Interior minister and the head of. The Paris police to understand why. Security aide to the French. President was seen beating protesters on may I can why the presidential palace kept it quiet and allow the aid to keep managing Macron security we go Macron was singing. Dancing in the dressing room of France's victorious World Cup team now he's retreated from View in. Paris Gregory Suzy Bloomberg, daybreak North Korea is reportedly looking for a bold move from the US before it will move, forward on denuclearization CNN reports the north is looking for a permanent peace treaty to replace the armistice. That ended, the Korean, war it's also pressuring the Trump, administration to. Begin lifting, sanctions now the president has reportedly expressed frustration, behind, closed, doors, about the, progress of talks, though he sees the freezing of. Nuclear and missile tests in North Korea as a positive sign global news twenty four hours a day, on air and a tick tock on Twitter powered by more. Than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in Washington I'm Nathan Hager. This is Bloomberg John Nathan thanks a lot. Coming up on five ten Wall Street time now for the Bloomberg NBC sports report good morning John Stashower John no game at the stadium the one to decide the subway series reindeer Mets and Yankees both at a night out scheduled for August thirteenth so. In three. Weeks they'll make last night off Yankees and moved on to Tampa Bay with. Masahiro Tanaka pushback back The Baptists I start after the all star break back to Friday the veteran extra ranch. The Mets will. Start Jacob degrom tonight city. Field against San Diego under the heading of these things only. Happen to the Mets they have put. Noah Syndergaard, back on the disabled list this time with. And foot and mouth disease believed to have been contracted an appearance at a baseball game may miss only one. Star at the British, Open Tiger Woods teed off on the eleventh all with sole possession of the lead didn't last Logitech off myself. For sure I had a chance starting that back nine. To to do something and, I. Didn't do. It I thought nine would be. The number, you know there's three guys, at, nine figure one. Of the three guys but she'd even on those, tough out there and next thing lo and behold tight. Felise and then I'm. Leading tag. It with a double bogey then, a bogey, dropped down the winner has blamed thirty five year old talion Francesco Molinari bogey-free round. Of sixty nine for this eight.

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Bloomberg, President Trump and Twitter discussed on

02:19 min | 4 years ago

Bloomberg, President Trump and Twitter discussed on

"Dot net. The trade. War is. Expanding to include a currency war that's the view of many in the five point one trillion dollars per, day foreign exchange market President Trump yesterday accused China and the European Union, of manipulating their currencies and interest, rates lower, and all. Our currency conflict. Could ripple across other asset classes including stocks oil and emerging markets stocks were down yesterday though the market had. Its third winning week the trade concerns work their way into stock trading as the week wrapped up as we hear from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett four the week the. S&p five hundred index eked out a gain of. Less than one tenth of one percent stocks closed mostly lower after President Trump's latest verbal salvos fanned investor concern. That a global Trade war is escalating financial. Markets were up ended after the president said he's. Quote ready to go with the digital import tariffs and the China the European Union and others have been, manipulating their currencies and interest rates Charlie Pellett Bloomberg radio Walt Disney company severed its ties with, James Gunn director of the lucrative guardians of the galaxy. Films after discovering years old Twitter jokes that the. Company said were inconsistent with. Its values the. Deleted tweets were, unearthed by the daily caller and other conservative commentators they included jokes about the holocaust pedophilia overweight people and violence against women New York City Astra judge. To order Airbnb to comply with a subpoena for information about its listings part of an, investigation into illegal short term rentals and Airbnb spokesman said the company didn't comply. With the subpoena because it requested information not related to, the investigation global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven. Hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty Countries I'm Mark mills this is Bloomberg politics cre- interesting. Fight within. The Republican. Party itself policy currently there aren't really federal regulations in place power has an issue Bill just yet beltway news insight and, analysis seem like an unconventional reality from Bloomberg politics a kind. Of radical agenda that breaks with democratic tradition and Bloomberg government heated rhetoric. In Washington and nationwide this is. Politics policy and power with Amy Morris, and Peter Barnes, on Bloomberg radio I'm Nathan Hager in for Andy Morris.

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Bloomberg, US and Vladimir Putin discussed on Bloomberg Best

Bloomberg Best

03:04 min | 4 years ago

Bloomberg, US and Vladimir Putin discussed on Bloomberg Best

"Prediabetes awareness partners from the Bloomberg ninety nine one newsroom in Washington I'm Nathan Hager with the latest headlines, shameful disgraceful some of the words, President Trump's toughest Republican critics are using. To describe his joint news conference in Helsinki with Russia's Vladimir Putin an event. In which. The, president called the special. Counsel investigation a disaster and suggested he trusted Putin as much as US intelligence on election meddling UK Prime. Minister Theresa may has won the first, round of house of Commons votes on pro Brexit amendments. She's accepted but the vote was, about as close, as it gets three zero five to three oh two, for a measure into, persuading the EU to collect British tariffs on goods. Destined for the UK Amazon is now acknowledging website issues, as prime day gets underway and a tweet the giants said? It's working to resolve the issue quickly but also says customers bought more items in the first hour compared to the same time last year global news twenty four. Hours a day on air ended tick, tock on. Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries this is Bloomberg Thank you Nathan steep losses. For net flicks it is plummeting about twelve percent, in late trading after posting disappointing subscriber growth invalid, his quarter threatening the Ron of one of Wall Street's hottest stocks JJ Ken hand is chief market strategist at Ameritrade combined with the spending. Worries that people have in terms of con Content's not cheap and you know we, see everything that's going on, in that, space right now with Disney FOX guy etc I think net flicks, got a little. Bit of a bump because they were kind of in the catbird seat seemed everybody has an interest in. What they have to offer but it's not cheap to make those shows it. Was a mixed Monday for stocks slumping tech shares led, most US stocks lower as investors continue to weigh openings against a backdrop of trade tensions. We did, get numbers, on retail sales and they are up for now with more here's Bloomberg's Vinny Del Giudice it's the fifth straight gain retail sales rose point five percent in June. Led by autos Online merchants may was revised higher what lies ahead this could. Be a. Harbinger a key subset of data. The control group signal a potential slowdown Americans are increasingly concerned about White House. Trade policy backfiring he. Chewed ice bloombergradio trade tensions specifically with China very much on the minds of investors Peter cheer is head of macro strategy at academy securities and he was our guest on daybreak Asia. Kate working playoff, several way thank you on the best case for the US we get a very, strong. Deal with China that gives us some intellectual property right protection some reciprocal access at the worst and could be. Something where China really kind of becomes much tighter with the, EU and the US gets left out of. The global picture a little bit of. Daybreak Asia kicks off twenty nine minutes from now the Dow higher by forty five points up two tenths of. One percent SNP little change down one tenth of one percent NASDAQ down twenty down. Three tenths of one percent. I'm Charlie Pellett that's a Bloomberg business flash Bloomberg, best with June Grasso and Ed back Exter- continues You're.

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WeWork bans meat for employees expensing meals, at company events

Bloomberg Law

02:45 min | 4 years ago

WeWork bans meat for employees expensing meals, at company events

"Video shows georgia police officers laughing as they use a coin flip to decide whether or not to detain the woman during a traffic stop the video obtained by w xiii tv shows roswell police officer courtney browne consulting with fellow officers about whether to arrest sarah web or just give her a ticket after she was stopped for speeding the television station says brown opened a coin flip on her phone and officer christie wilson suggested that heads men arrest entails meant release the flip came up tails but they arrested her anyway both officers are now on administrative leave and the charges against web were dropped i'm mike cremedas actress scarlett johansson is no longer playing a trans man in a movie joe anson dropped out of the film called rub and tug because of heavy backlash from the lgbtq community trans actors criticized joe hanson for taking the role saying it's hard enough for trans people to get working movies as it is i'm mike moss and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters a federal judge said the department of health and human services maybe quote acting in defiance of a court order on immigration and questioned the federal government's commitment to reuniting some twenty five hundred children with their parents separated at the southern border federal judge dana sat bra in a ruling late yesterday wrote that hhs either doesn't understand the court's order or is acting in defiance of the order co working giant we work companies thinks it can help save the environment and the lives of animals the startup has told it's six thousand global staff that they will no longer be able to expense meals including meat and that it won't pay for any red meat poultry or pork at we work events in email to employees this week outlining the new policy cofounder miguel mckelvey said the firm's upcoming internal some are camp retreat would offer no meat options for attendees we work isn't the first company to promote alternatives to eating animals the telegraph citing sources from the industry says amazon is launching its own smart television set developed alongside a group of chinese manufacturers including who i with gas prices rising just a few months before the midterm election the trump administration may be looking at taking action more on that from bloomberg's nathan hager sources tell bloomberg the trump administration's actively considering tapping into the nation's strategic oil reserves they say no decisions been made but options ranged from five million barrel tests sale to a larger thirty million barrel release aaa says the national average for unleaded rose to two eighty nine a gallon friday president trump is blamed opec in the past for rising oil prices in washington i'm nathan hager bloomberg radio.

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