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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"peter dixon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg experts has your treasury bills provides a high return stocks and bonds here in the u._s. consumer is a woman you're more likely to be a growth company longer term interest rates can go down even with short-term officiate though going up a little bit these bloomberg markets when rana winston malls wing on bloomberg radio coming up going to be talking about l. dorado the resorts of buying caesars for an eight point six billion dollar deal that is being backed by activists billionaire call icon also look ahead to the g. twenty meetings but right now let's head over to greg jarrett for a bloomberg business flash greg police i get to say that sort of ugly word fluctuate right now because that's what stocks are doing but they're near records investors are waiting expert stations for easier monetary policy against rising tensions in the middle east treasuries are moving ahead while the dollar edges down peter dixon commerzbank global equities economists tells bloomberg he sees a downturn coming for equities what he's driving the market especially the sugar high of a internet's interest rate cuts now the fed stepped in how steph dean of the past few weeks and we have the last week but i think it's reminiscent to where we would perhaps in the late nineteen ninety s and again in two thousand eight markets you know they and then they rally but oh ultimate fundamentals without and i'm i'm pretty sure that it some gonna get along correction i'm not sure win but sometimes we check the markets every fifteen minutes read the trading day here on bloomberg radio the s._n._p. five hundred is little changed up one dow jones industrial average is up two tenths percent of forty seven the nasdaq is down just about a tenth of a percent down five ten years up eleven thirty seconds he'll two point zero.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"peter dixon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And you know, what as we're approaching Easter? I might as well give you the price for lean hogs right now off one percent and ninety six thirteen. I believe that ham is the conventional American meat to eat on the Easter holiday. Leeann says, it's lamb, and we put out a put out a Twitter survey to find out what it is. Let's get back overly and guaranteed now for your global headlines. Leeann thank you, Matt an experimental gene therapy has killed eight infants with sickled bubble. Boy disease is an immune system deficiency. So severe that children with it will once kept in tickle 'isolation, but was hump developed to treatment to correct the genetic defect. Venezuela has again won the title of the world's most miserable economy for the fifth year in a row the country. The ranking Bloomberg's misery index which looks at inflation and unemployment outlooks inflation in Venezuela is projected to hit eight million percent this year at the other end of the scale, Thailand, Singapore and Japan. And finally on the topic of Easter attends out rabbits arrived in Britain of thousand years earlier than I thought of bones found a Roman palace suggest they've been hoping around since about one AD other analysis reveals it may be kept as an exotic pet at a fishbone palace in west Sussex, global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron it took on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts symbol, the one hundred twenty countries. I'm John Gibbons this claim pug, Matt did you not don't you have mix them toast there? Have you killed off all your rabbits in in England. I always think that sounds like a bad cocktail, but sexually no food disease. About that. No. But it's an amazing Radiohead song. Actually, it isn't. Hail to the thief. One of my favorite Radiohead albums, even even prefer it. Okay. Computer? Let's get back over now to the business news with Patrick Donahue, Bloomberg Bloomberg's German government correspondent here with me in the Berlin office, and Patrick you broke a pretty amazing story yesterday that the German intelligence community is basically calling. Donald Trump's bluff on his Wally threats was telling them that they think inside according to the people that I've talked to so so Donald Trump or the administration has said if you use German industry, Weiwei's gear, the Chinese telecoms networks equipment supplier, but we will cut off our intelligence sharing with you. Because we don't believe it's safe cut off or curtail. Yeah. I mean, the threat has been on the table for a while before that the US was really breathing done. Everybody's neck to impose across the board Baz on Hawas. And it's. Equipment, but the Europeans aren't following up on that the thing is that Europeans have relationships with Chinese? They are careful about security, but none of them have gone through with the full band, including the Germans. The Germans have set up. Some some certification some security measures a lot of people inside the German government on the security end want to keep equipment out. And the Americans are basically saying if you don't then we will cut off intelligence, but they don't, but the German spy network doesn't believe that. And it looks like the economic concerns may win the day here because wall weighs gear is well, we've heard a better than that of its competitors. In terms of the five G network that they have to build out and be cheaper than that of its competitors. I mean. It seems to be the only choice at the end of the day. Yeah. I mean, there's two things going on here on the on the one, and you have the German intelligence was actually quite robust. It doesn't work in only one direction. Obviously the Germans rely on US intelligence, the NSA signals intelligence, but on the other end German intelligence to be the foreign intelligence service. They have a lot of good Intel in the dumbass region Ukraine Russia as well as well as the Middle East. So the US really does rely on German intelligence and not going to let it go. And on the other hand, you have the whole always narrow Patrick you'll keep covering the story for us for sure here fascinating to see what for example, Deutsche Telekom is going to do when they have to build out their five G network because their four g network has a lot of wall way gear. And they've said you've written the story previously that it would be incredibly costly to have to rip down the four G network. They already have in order to build a totally new five G network. Whereas if these wall way gear they can just sort of put it on top, right? That's right. I mean, Deutsche Telekom was warning the German government early on what it looked like there may be Ben if they did this then there would be something like a two year delay in the rollout of the five G network expansion and that one day that argument. One over the German government. There is no across the board ban. There will be a certification process. But that's that's what we're looking at. All right. Patrick donahue. Our Bloomberg our Bloomberg German government correspondent here in Berlin. Straight ahead on daybreak Europe, my old friend, he's not old is my age. But my former co host guy Johnson takes over for the last half hour, he'll be joined by Peter Dixon of.

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"peter dixon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"peter dixon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Point five one. And that's a Bloomberg business flash. Leeson Paul, Karen. Thank you so much. I think when investors are looking around the world these days at the global economic performance certainly areas to be concerned about gift got China slowing. I've got the e us clearly with issues, and Brexit is certainly not helping at all but to help us parse through the global economic outlook. And what it means for equities. We welcome Peter Dixon. Peter's a Commerce Bank. Global equities a communist joins us on the phone, Peter. Thank you so much for joining us. Let's start in the EU and particularly with Brexit, given that Brexit continues to be in the news. How concerned are you about economic performance in the European Union? What I think the problems in the European Union, primarily blessed us, Brexit and more to do with the headwinds which are coming from the world, particularly the US China trade dispute because obviously, you know, Jimmy heavily expert ended economy slows I mean, not starts to weigh on Germany, and I think that starts to rip out across the rest region. But obviously the sweat city. So we get a no deal Brexit. And that's by no means off the table yet that could be shocked in UK, particularly feeds back to impact upon the rest of the EU. So there are clearly major cyclical issues here as well as the structural issues which already impacting upon the economy, Peter the Bank of America Merrill, Lynch fund manager survey for March said that the most crowded trade was shorting European equities. Do you agree? And do you think that we're going to see a reversal there with a pop as? People realize that things aren't maybe as bad as they seem. I don't think there was to see migrate with that. But I can certainly understand. Why people are shorting the market because you know, frankly, this betcha volume elsewhere growth prospects, particularly in the US in timid emerging markets in the longer term all roll the better. But you know, I I do think that if everybody's crowding out twenty get out the door Waltons does run the risk that at some point. We could see you snap back simply because investors realize so I wouldn't want to stay to shorts in Europe for too long. I think they will be buying opportunity soon enough so Peter a couple of weeks ago, we had the with her commentary about the European and obviously that European market obviously fairly cautious. They gave some responses and some remedies. Do you think the is doing the best they can as it relates to trying to spur European growth there or are they leaving some things on the table? I think he's doing the best of town, quite frankly. I mean, this is the problem is the is the European calling me house is about. All the heavy lifting is being done by the central Bank, governments continue to implementer of fatty restrictive fiscal policies, particularly expansionary won't and all less expansionary than current conditions warrant, so I would use it easy. Be doing the best. It can all the also its being forced to keep interest rates lower for longer than might be justified by what's happening in markets in the parts of the economy and runs the risk. I think it would be consulting dependent on the easy money to to continue to solve all of our bills. When you only end up doing is story problems later, so Peter you've got the ECB doing everything it's kennel everything he can. Although perhaps just doing problems for later as you say, you do see potentially a little bit of upside compared to what communists are currently forecasting for the euro region. And then you get a bomb sell like this with UBS CEO's Sergio Armani today. Saying that the first quarter was one of the worst in recent history for the Bank. What does that tell you? A combination of factors. Really? I mean, basically as we've just discussed the the economic background you don't particularly favorable. But there again, I think he's also got issues with the gold to what investors are doing right now is very much because the fig on the sidelines. Why should you get involved? Volatility has collapsed multi-month lows, which is remarkable given all the headwinds of just talked about. And really what we want to see is a little bit more volatility. Little bit more action than the politics. Investors taking decisions because without that. I think trading volumes will continue to remain flat. And of course, the very fact that central banks are keeping interest rates. Very very low is is a disincentive. I think full of tragedy. To take very many risks. So Peter just really quickly your view on the US market. I think the consensus is probably somewhere in the two and a half percent GDP growth. Is that kind of where you are? And what do you think the risks are to that? Yeah. Rebound from level. But so I think we're still tilted to the downside of soda. We look ahead. The longer the long the US expansion becomes. And I think the risks of the downside, particularly given the fact that the interest rate hikes from the last couple of beginning to really impact and also last year's tax cuts begin to fade, Peter how much does the growing pool of negative yielding debt factor into this. The fact that even if things aren't that great the fact that you are not getting guild anywhere, except perhaps in the US. How much is that just going to continue to propel stocks globally. Well, I think you know, you hit it on the head that I mean, that's one of the reasons why we've had such a great ten year bull ruining equities really isn't anywhere else to go. But the question is what is it which will continue to propel stocks higher? Well, you see continues from growth, you need to see earnings continuing to to rally, and again, I think the upside there is so it will continue to be the case. I think that XI's remains the only game in town. But it may well be that investors remain steady reluctant buyers as be happy so much as the past twelve months. Peter dixon. Thank you so much for being with us, Peter Dixon. Global equities economist at Commerzbank. Joining us by phone definitely the question of the day. How.

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"peter dixon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"peter dixon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That's a Bloomberg business flash. Tom, John, thanks so much Jennifer on Tom king jobs day. The Bloomberg interactive brokers studios in New York. Thank you for joining us now Peter Dixon over in London thrilled that it could be with us today. A global equities economists. Join joining us this morning, I looked John it all going on in the backdrop to be slowing global economy. You can say what you want about the US Peter Dixon, the observation Italy recession, Germany, one percent out a year, etc. What? What is the solidity of a slowing global economy against an okay United States? Well, it's okay. For now to be fast. So I mean at some point I still expect to slow as well. So. Do you up to make all as you said? Clone gross picture over the course of twenty nine thousand nine damning in mind that we've had a pretty good run over the last decade that role the suggests I think that some pointed is going to be looking at that particular when saying well, you know, maybe this is the time we want to rotate out. So I think most of the good news is. Into equities. And I think at some point over the course of the next few months, we could be starting to see a lot more negative sentiment. So Peter another people have rotated into emerging markets back into Asian equities. So looking at the data in the last couple of days out of China and out of Asia, just looking at South Korean exports into China it collapsed down nineteen point one percent year-on-year the market is slowly position for some stabilization to come through hair. You saying it's not going to happen. Differences between what's happening in emerging market space in what's happening in the deductible. And I think when it comes to the emerging markets area. I mean, the very has said we're not going to be waging rates as rapidly as people suppose, we sold the likelihood that they will slow the pace of balance sheet contraction puts a little bit of. Gives him a little bit more leeway. Okay. Fantastic of lakes, and we're not going to get back to the standard girlfriends anytime soon. But I think it will. Developed will look in my view, quite overstretch, particularly in the United States. Instead, it's time to. Into the market space, initially, you might want to watch a little bit before we see some stabilization. But yeah, I still think over the course of this year, I'd prefer to be in emerging markets can develop superior. Let's talk about the prospect of a trade deal. Twenty a happy talk of the last twenty four hours. Do you see enough in terms of substance to fill up domestic about the next month? So. I'm optimistic that some public deal. I'm not sure that we have yet to to the sound of the dotted line. My still think that the US administration we'd like to see the Chinese sweat a little bit more before we before we get to that point. So yeah, but I do seem to the we've got some some good positive sentiments who could posit Moses coming out of both sides suggests that we all we all near a deal is just a question of win. So the president is talking about tremendous progress. Mr. lighthizer says the big sticking point is still the technology transfers a copy in the IP staff is going to be the ultimate sticking point hair pizza, Dale. I think it will be put a sticky, plus because you know, that the Chinese have said in the past they're willing to waiting to talk that willing to make concessions on this point up to now we haven't really seen any signs that they have done. So. I think the proof of the pudding will be in eating. So whilst we may get a deal US another company. They're not getting this could welcome back onto the table. Peter dixon. Thank you so much for the Commerce Bank. Thank you so much chief equity economists point a little bit of a crackly phone line there across the cost. He's in. He's in Cornwall or Cornwall is.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

10:31 min | 2 years ago

"peter dixon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Thirty in London. Eleven thirty in the morning abusive abusive. I was gonna say almost oh my thumb to use it for my name is Marcus Carlson. I'm in London where it is indeed seven thirty. Let's say talke through the markets as we do every fifteen minutes here on Bloomberg radio. We're counting down to the start of European equity trading, and the futures are pointing towards losses for a second day in this part of the world's euro stocks. Fifty futures are down by a third of one percent. We're seeing Dax futures down by four tenths of one percent and footsie one hundred feet is also on the back foot by about a quarter of percentage point looking hand-over, Asian stocks. They've also been declining overnight with the regional benchmark index down by about two thirds of one percent lead lower by China. Aim particular the CSI three hundred now off by one point three percent risk off setting the tone across asset classes, really with the ten year treasury yield softening by three and a half basis points two point seven four nine percent. That's where we are this morning. We're also seeing the German Boone jail. Following in bats wake down by almost two basis points at twenty three basis points looking at FX as well. We're seeing the WGN increasing in value by coach of upset the points against the dollar. We're looking at a dollar yen right now. One nine spot thirty nine the euro under pressure one spot thirteen fifty one and we're also seeing sterling we're of course, watching starting because of the Brexit story down by two tenths of one percent against the dollar at one spot twenty eight sixty three of. Yeah. Let's let's out some of these stories a bit more detail. If got the UK opposition labor party calling for a second vote in parliament that could trigger another referendum on Brexit. Prime Minister Theresa may is refusing to rule out delaying the split, but is under pressure from a draft Bill that could force her to ask Brussels to extend the Brexit deadline. She told the house of comments there's no justification for a second referendum require an extension of article fifty. We would very likely have to return a new set of any European parliament in may. And I also believe that this is not yet been enough recognition of the way that the second referendum could damage social cohesion by undermining face. That was UK Prime Minister Theresa may now in China. Meanwhile, President Xi Jinping is signaling the communist party leaders are concerned about the social implications of the slow the economy. She stressed the need to maintain political stability in an unusual meeting of the country's top leaders. He said there are serious dangers to the party's longstanding rule. And Ireland has dominated central Bank. Governor Philip lane to join the e c b as it prepares to end the crisis era stimulus. Euro-zone finance ministers met in Brussels and Dublin put lane forward for the six member executive board win pizza Prates term ends in may if laid succeeds he could take role as chief economist he holds ethos from Harvard, and is widely considered the front-runner and on the corporate front. Google says it's considering pulling its news service from Europe this comes as the EU is working towards a controversial new copyright law. It would give publishes the right to demand money from the likes of alphabet and Facebook when small fragments of their articles show up in search results or are shared by uses. This follows Google being fined fifty million euros by Francis privacy. Regulator a use new powers to Levy a much higher penalty for the first time under the new p r. Rules, right. Let's get the latest thing. Global news to round out the picture with Burkes land. Good morning Yussef. Zimbabwe's President says misconduct by security forces against people demonstrating over fuel price hikes will be investigated. Human rights group says at least twelve people have been killed and dozens injured Emerson mnangagwa's Mel back in the country after being forced to contra trip to Europe shoot. He was g to attend the Davos economic summit where he was expected to seek investment in the US Bill on immigration, and the government shutdown could come up in the Senate is early as today. But in beds at Baxter has the story. This comes out of a weekend of increased tweets and recriminations between President Donald Trump and house speaker Nancy Pelosi Trump calling her irrational as Republicans try to put the ball on the Democrats court with regard to blame for the shutdown. But Democrats like Senator Elizabeth Warren say open the government, and then there will be talk in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. France and Germany will sign a treaty in the historic border town of all can today. Bloomberg's Greg Fisk. Cousy says this reflexive struggle Emmanuel Macron faces and pushing for his goals of deeper European integration the treaty which updates a landmark ninety sixty three accord between the two enemies, mostly outlines areas of cooperation that already exist Macron came to power in France with wide ranging plans for deeper European integration. But election results in Germany and Italy, put many of those plans on hold in Paris. Gregory Cousy Bloomberg daybreak Europe and an extensive bomber targeted a convoy of US troops yesterday. That was his second attack on American forces and less than a week in Syria. Bloomberg's Donna creche reports it shows the Jihadist group remains a danger there, even though President Donald Trump claimed victory over them and announced he would withdraw US troops soon. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham has said the US collect should be gradual or else, it was emboldening others primarily, Iran. They route Donna Creech, Bloomberg daybreak Europe cable news twenty four hours a day on Aaron a tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven. Seven hundred journalists analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries guarantee at this is Bloomberg Yussef. Thank you very much for that. All right. Let's get some additional context on what's happening in markets. Peter dixon. He's the global equities economists that Commertzbank he's joining us from our London studio. Peter welcome back to the show. We've got the IMF really sending shockwaves around the world. I mean, maybe investors aren't that much surprised that growth is slowing. But the fact that they're seeing it. In paper imprint in an announcement from the IMF is is probably something to worry about isn't it? Morning. Well, yes, no. I mean, obviously, the growth themselves are I guess they're important because there obviously what he to the extent to which companies could generate sales and profitability, which is ultimately what supports markets. But now, I think in terms of the. Small shutting down and growth that we've seen over the course of you know, yesterday, it's not something that we're going to Sonny get too concerned about. I mean, I think there's no doubt. However, the global economy is slowing you'll seeing I think consensus China in particular, which yesterday reported its slowest rows making what was it thirty years or something? And in the in the United States over concerns about the shutdown. The length of the cycle layer, which suggested at some point in the near future. The US is to slow as well. So there are concerns at this stage. Now, I don't think investors are too concerned about them much more concerned about the risks around in Brexit, surrounding the trade, war, etc. Etc. What about China? You just mentioned that there in in your laundry list, so to speak we've heard from the Chinese president warning of series dangers and that risks are mounting from his perspective, not only economically. But also socially at the same time. I notes an interesting debates on our markets live blog today. Marc Cobb more making the case that no country in the world added more to global GDP in two thousand eighteen that China, and that will be the case again in two thousand nine hundred nineteen and other words, he's kind of playing down the concerns of Chinese slow down where d- sit specifically when it comes to that issue. Yeah. I mean, I think he's right. Because basically what he's saying is that the Chinese economy doesn't need to grow. So did say ten years ago generate same increasing GDP not makes perfect sense also canoes mature because very difficult to to continue growing they rapidly. And obviously the the Chinese economy will in the not too distant future starts through into demographic constraints, which will act as a. A constraint upon potential growth. So when we're not going to go back to double digit figures anytime soon, if ever, you know, China's going to grow at six percent and under slow rates in in in the longer term future. But, but of course, that doesn't mean that China important because it's waiting Konami has obviously increased significantly over the course of the last even just the last decade. It's now the biggest marginal player in the economy is more pointed out and the real concern. I think in China is if something untoward were to happen to not grow significantly below six percent path that could happen. It could be social unrest. It could be some kind of economic shopping could be fallout from from the trade war. But I think the the signs are at the moment that we're going to have to get used to a six percent plus roundabout browse Becky China for the foreseeable future. Yeah. So in terms of asset allocation, Peter how does this translate? What are you doing in terms of? Recommendations for clients, and maybe we can slightly focus on on Asian equities in the scheme of of the sell off that we've seen stocks being on the pressure as we speak. Yeah. I mean, I think there was a sense. Certainly my sense is that in the industrialized world, you probably don't want to be too overweight right now, given the problems in the US, and the fact that the European economy isn't isn't meeting making an awful lot of headway. I decide I think there was a sense that maybe I would want to think about emerging markets. But now, perhaps isn't the time. So I think if you're an investor you probably want to sit on the sidelines waiting to see how the chips fall. And then if there are indications that maybe the fed is on the sidelines for now, that's the point at which I think marked particular to do. Well, all right pizza, Dixon. You're going to be staying with us. We're gonna talk about Brexit next. Yes. That too back in the four global equities economist comments by Peter Dixon will be staying with us for the next segment. You're listening to a daybreak Europe. We are live from London. We're live. From Dubai this morning. We're counting you down to the start of the European equity trading. And the futures they are pointing lower this morning. So we might see losses for a second consecutive day. This Tuesday, your stocks fifty futures off by about a third of one percent. Dax futures by four tenths of one percent. And Footsie-100 features on the back foot by about a quarter of a percentage.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

07:24 min | 2 years ago

"peter dixon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We have Asian stocks falling that after the latest batch of headlines on global growth in trade. If got the needs from the IMF, of course, cutting their forecast to the weakest level and three years of terms of economic expansion expectations Asia Pacific index down seven tenths of one percent. Some other highlights here. The hi shutting shop half of one percent, lower stocks in China. The quite a bit of pressure from the news floor down one point three percent of the three hundred a little bit of appetite for some of the sort of classical safe havens, Bloomberg dollar index limit stronger as we speak. So almost a fifth of one percent lower higher that is affecting some of the other key pairs eurodollar one thirteen forty nine downside their dollar yen one hundred nine forty cable still fairly range with a little bit of downside at one twenty eight sixty four commodities. We're seeing the result. Of risk appetite. Getting a hit some of the key ones like energy like Brent crude without seven tenths of one percent at the moment. So sixty two dollars and twenty nine cents a barrel as we stand, but there's not much appetite for things like gold where at one thousand two hundred seventy nine dollars an ounce. Flats on the gold trade USA New Year's a little bit of movement. They're coming straight out of the gates for the holiday United States two point seven five percent as we speak, and then the rest of the trading day will look at features that are clearly lower in the United States. We're almost call eight tenths of one percent lower for the s&p five hundred million and it's shaping up to be negative day as well. The European equities were called about three tenths of one percent lower for the Footsie-100. That's your Bloomberg business flash. For the moment. Now, let's get to leeann guaranteed. What else is happening around the world. Good morning Yussef. China's says scientists has Yan coup broke the law and medical ethics when he altered the genes of twin baby girls as embryos the government says he will be quote dealt with severely for violating scientific integrity and his university in Shenzhen has already fired him Shinwa said he recruited eight volunteer. Couples for the experiment by forging ethical review documents France has summoned Italy's ambassador after the Italian Deputy, Prime minister accused of exploiting Africa and fuelling migration on Sunday Luigi de Maya called on the European Union to impose sanctions on France for its policies in Africa. And finally Japanese Prime minister stations AWOL base heading for talks in Bosquet to try to resolve a seventy year old dispute over four small islands the Soviet Union took over the islands in the final weeks World War Two expelling seventy thousand Japanese residents and has helped them ever since global news twenty four hours a day on Erin at tick tock. On Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts symbol one hundred twenty countries and leeann guarantees this is Bloomberg back so much Leon now president Xi Jinping has warned the communist party of series dangerous as concerns over the slowing economy grow. Meanwhile, President Trump has seized on China's latest economic data to treat that the country should stop playing around and do a real trade deal. Joining us now from Hong Kong, it's Bloomberg's China government editor Karen lead. Karen, great you on. So talk us through what happened at yesterday's gathering of China's leadership, essentially Chee coming out with this warning what specifically was he pointing at right? Well, this was an unusual meeting. We'd been expecting the announcement of a meeting of the party's central committee, which is more than two hundred people. And this to our knowledge is the first time he really convened top officials without convening a full meeting of the body. So quite unusual, and he base. Basically stressed the need to maintain political stability, and we take that as a signal that the communist party is growing a bit concerned about social implications of it slowing economy, especially as this was held on the same day that China's economic data was released, and it was the slowest that it has been in decades. And he he really stressed the need for greater efforts to quote prevent and resolve major risks and the areas of concern cited ranged from politics and ideology to the economy all the way over to the environment and the external situation, which we can take to mean foreign relations. And of course, this comes in the middle of the trade war with the US. So this was a very unusual meeting. And it was it was a warning. He really has an issue before it was stronger. So we can we can take from this that maybe there is some concern sleeping in. So I mean, ultimately these these economic projections arrest on the uncertainty when it comes comes to what what comes next on the trade war front. Where are we at the moment? What's delays? Yeah. I mean, this is obviously something that's quite possibly the biggest effect on China's economy and on the world economy over the last close to a year now at the last round of talks a couple of weeks ago. There was positively from both sides at the conclusion if very few to no details on what was discussed or the implementation of anything they were mid level talks in Beijing that weren't expected to yield any kind of permanent deal and Trump has said that the Chinese are more desperate than the US to make the deal do especially to the economic slowdown and he reiterated that on Monday. He tweeted at night that China had posted its lowest economic numbers since one thousand nine hundred ninety in part due to the trade tensions. And then it quote makes so much sense for China to finally do a real deal and stop playing around. Let's comes about a week before the next scheduled step in the talks. That's when she's top economic emissary is going to visit Washington. He's going to meet with Robert lighthizer and Steven Mnuchin, and we're going to be watching that to see really if there's something that's going to come before the March deadline for the end of the trade truce. Carolina custard, domestic policy priorities. Is there anything in particular that we should be taking away from what Xi Jinping was saying yesterday? He spoke a lot of stability going forward and the need for. But I suppose how could that be translated into actual policies. You know, I think the thing to look out the most is really the timing of this comes weeks before the biggest gathering of the year for she and his party, that's the National People's Congress. It's going to kick off on March fifth and Beijing and to really where he's going to set the agenda for the year on this is where you get major policy announcements major personnel. Shuffles last year. Of course, it was famous for his announcement of the of the rejection of term limits, basically pay paving the way for him to rule forever. So at this one I think one of the things that we're looking at the closest is the rumor that they are going to lift their infamous, family planning policies altogether. This is something that started as the one child policy, and then it was loosened a couple of years ago. And this year, we could see a a real lift of that as they struggled to expand our workforce amid this whole slowdown guaranteed very much for that. That's Bloomberg's China government editor carry layer. I'd still coming up on the program. We're going to dig deeper into what all of this means for some of the market action to speak to Peter Dixon. He's the global equities economist at Commerzbank..

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04:43 min | 2 years ago

"peter dixon" Discussed on World News Analysis

"Biggest exporter of liquefied natural gas, global financial analysts, Peter Dixon of the Comerzbank system. Hostas in doesn't have much effect on OPEC's influence over the oil market. You know, I don't think it makes a big difference certainly with regards to crude Qatar is very small player in this guy. I think we can only look at their decision to leave OPEC some full of symbolic gesture quite what the tell us this what entire show OPEC. Members are expected to cut oil supply at a meeting in Vienna minister of state of energy affairs. Asad I'll copy said caught har- would steal attend the groups meeting on Thursday and Friday, adding that a decision to exit OPEC was not political. I think Qatar has been on the great pressure from some of its neighbors in the Gulf for some time now. So it is slightly surprising. That is pulling out then claiming told a political issue. I it strikes me can only be that peck members Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates and the fellow Arab states, but rain and Egypt have imposed a political and economic boy cut on cut har- since June twenty seventeen the accused cut har- of supporting terrorism a charge denied by Doha. Now, we have Saad Joe what professor of the Lyndon school of. Economics and political science. I senior fellow with the Middle East center. So professor Joa. What do you think Qatar want to quit OPEC at at this moment because we heard cutters? Energy ministers. Say the move is not a political. They are just trying to focus more on natural gas. What you could say what you wants to say. But this this move is boxing, long political move goes. Chillers that. Cuts rooms to give an example, the other Gulf country that they are not going to stay and does this actions on on the Bill how about for a long time this move, by the way could be them. If they think again, he moved to of leaving open, then they could take another day remove of movie and even the cons of community constant. So I think it's the bullet could move and very dangerous indication to the unity of the country. Estimator oil exporter, which leaves the alliance. Isolating caught Har what might Saudi Arabia think about is. Are there any major geopolitical consequences where going to see? Well, I think Saudi Arabia is worried about this move because oh go up not that big member of the OPEC. I mean big export volume in this in this is Asian but denies ation. So, but it could leave to other countries using this is this of basin like Ron, and this could weak and even more of especially when they feel that the oh the decision is in decisions in OB of them Nate by those Abia by. Imbalance by the unite. Now, it's being argue the move by Katara doesn't have much effect on OPEC's influence, but still this country has been a member of OPEC for fifty seven years. So what could be the implication of this move on OPEC and also the general world oil market. As I said, it's not a general in his because the share cut that husband in this action plan is not that big. But as I said, it could lead to other countries to leave the Belgian this happened in two thousand eight degrees here. Left of denies Asian although came by to to all day should again. But it's good to something like that. And this good. I've been this could endanger the unity of the addition also that ten members producing countries have not I've done member of OPEC who are cooperating with up when they see such who maybe they decide not to anymore with any reduction of Oriel ex..

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Qatar is withdrawing from OPEC

World News Analysis

04:41 min | 2 years ago

Qatar is withdrawing from OPEC

"Global financial analysts, Peter Dixon of the Comerzbank system. Hostas in doesn't have much effect on OPEC's influence over the oil market. You know, I don't think it makes a big difference certainly with regards to crude Qatar is very small player in this guy. I think we can only look at their decision to leave OPEC some full of symbolic gesture quite what the tell us this what entire show OPEC. Members are expected to cut oil supply at a meeting in Vienna minister of state of energy affairs. Asad I'll copy said caught har- would steal attend the groups meeting on Thursday and Friday, adding that a decision to exit OPEC was not political. I think Qatar has been on the great pressure from some of its neighbors in the Gulf for some time now. So it is slightly surprising. That is pulling out then claiming told a political issue. I it strikes me can only be that peck members Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates and the fellow Arab states, but rain and Egypt have imposed a political and economic boy cut on cut har- since June twenty seventeen the accused cut har- of supporting terrorism a charge denied by Doha. Now, we have Saad Joe what professor of the Lyndon school of. Economics and political science. I senior fellow with the Middle East center. So professor Joa. What do you think Qatar want to quit OPEC at at this moment because we heard cutters? Energy ministers. Say the move is not a political. They are just trying to focus more on natural gas. What you could say what you wants to say. But this this move is boxing, long political move goes. Chillers that. Cuts rooms to give an example, the other Gulf country that they are not going to stay and does this actions on on the Bill how about for a long time this move, by the way could be them. If they think again, he moved to of leaving open, then they could take another day remove of movie and even the cons of community constant. So I think it's the bullet could move and very dangerous indication to the unity of the country. Estimator oil exporter, which leaves the alliance. Isolating caught Har what might Saudi Arabia think about is. Are there any major geopolitical consequences where going to see? Well, I think Saudi Arabia is worried about this move because oh go up not that big member of the OPEC. I mean big export volume in this in this is Asian but denies ation. So, but it could leave to other countries using this is this of basin like Ron, and this could weak and even more of especially when they feel that the oh the decision is in decisions in OB of them Nate by those Abia by. Imbalance by the unite. Now, it's being argue the move by Katara doesn't have much effect on OPEC's influence, but still this country has been a member of OPEC for fifty seven years. So what could be the implication of this move on OPEC and also the general world oil market. As I said, it's not a general in his because the share cut that husband in this action plan is not that big. But as I said, it could lead to other countries to leave the Belgian this happened in two thousand eight degrees here. Left of denies Asian although came by to to all day should again. But it's good to something like that. And this good. I've been this could endanger the unity of the addition also that ten members producing countries have not I've done member of OPEC who are cooperating with up when they see such who maybe they decide not to anymore with any reduction of Oriel ex.

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"peter dixon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"peter dixon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Impact his business. Take a listen business depends on free trade, and we're a big believer. That economies are best served by having open free and fair trade. So I think anytime you start to put restrictions on that it has an impact on our business. We'd like to think that our company is robust to those competitively position versus a competitor. So while there's this optimisation and that whole supply chain, we feel like we're dealing dealing with that fairly well versus our competition. And that's what we stay focused on Darren given the scope of a reach of Exxon's businesses around. The world we could take bit of a global tour. I'm gonna move on from Asia Pacific and ask you a question about the Gulf how closely are you monitoring developments in Saudi Arabia specifically in the Gulf more broadly. You're Warri if you will about the potential for some kind of disorderly fallout from the kashogi scandal. Well, we've have significant businesses in the Middle East. We've been in Saudi Arabia for many many years years. I think you're a successful business. They're very good relationships with many of the business people deal with there. So we've got I think a good presence there where we stay plugged in. What's what's with what's happening in the Middle East? I think that region has seen its ups and its downs like every other part of the world. Again, we try to stay diversified take a high level perspective on it. Make sure they were meeting the needs of the society. More broadly to stay focused on that in the long term. Do you think it's going to relieve some of the pressure? Pat to our. We have some business. Yeah. I don't know. How you equate? Those two things frankly, we haven't really tried to get mixed into that business and kind of see that being more of a government to government deal. And so I I couldn't tell you how that will manifest itself with respect to that Darren whether it's because of China whether it's because of Saudi Arabia Russia, even a rising tide of populism. You know, I'm sure having heard what some of the people here have been discussing today concern over geopolitical stability, you've been in Exxon for more than twenty five years. How would you characterize the operating environment today? Relative to everything you've seen since. Well, I would I think, you know, there's always as you go around when you have a business like ours that spreads countries all around the world. There are always you're seeing this tension in movements kind of different places at different times. And we again keep thinking about it in the longer term. How we want to run the business. How we meet the needs of societies around these different countries around the world. Just focused on the long-term doing what's right for the for the country who do much right for the people that country. And and I think most of the host countries that we work in appreciate that and value having somebody there who stay stable and thanks about the lawn. So that was ExxonMobil's. Ceo, Tyrone woods, speaking exclusively to Bloomberg over at the Bloomberg new economy forum in Singapore, a quick price. Check when it comes to all prices this morning. We're seeing them down for a seventh consecutive day. Brent crude off by three quarters of one percent at seventy two dollars and sixty three cents. Not coming up next here on the program. I'll be speaking to Peter Dixon next. He's global equities economist at combat spunk. He's going to be here in the studio as we accounting you down to the start of the US midterms.

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"peter dixon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"peter dixon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In london is up for grabs while a mayor for the sheffield city region will be chosen for the first time voting closes at ten o'clock tonight mike pompeo has been sworn in as secretary of state at the ceremony the former cia director said that the us has quote an unprecedented opportunity to change the course of history on the korean peninsula pompeo is replacing rex tillerson he was fired by president trump in march and chancellor angela merkel has confronted the first dispute of a seven week old government coalition this comes as a defense chief demanded more funding for the military than allocated in the budget plan global news twenty four hours a day on and talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm young guarantees this is bloomberg caroline thank you so mostly on now prime minister theresa may has suffered a major defeat to brexit backers after she was outnumbered in a key meeting of senior ministers yesterday this is the socalled war cabinet now the hard line is demanding a clean break from the us customs union may has offered more middle of the road option some kind of customs union with the eu which parliamentary mp's are more in favor of it seems to this mornings peter dixon uk economist at commerzbank very warm welcome to the studio theresa may's between a rock and hard place it had no vote at this war cabinet yesterday simply because she can't get them to agree she probably can't deliver what the hard is really want and bring parliament along too and that's before she even gets to the door of the eu that brexit is really prize with paying and she can't as you rightly point out to live with the kind of clean break that the registered is wanted you have to ask the question if she can deliver you know does the party need somebody else i mean certainly that's a question which many backbench and pizza beginning to to ask themselves.

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"peter dixon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"peter dixon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Buckton i gladly but is are they suddenly i'm not sure but i thought the most interesting story to come out that it was so crazy all right so if you guys you're just joining us we're talking to mali vandenberg from google about what's been trending this week molly monopoly is not a game the we've heard much of a at least recently why was monopoly trending this week you might have that one brand the ali heat that monopoly and to feet up the process of the game and the rupaul monopoly was trending this week is because there's actually a full version of monopoly now dedicated to those people they're the heater version of monopoly chat really reward view for previously taboo behaviors lie hippie faith is or inadvertently you know removing the hotel off of someone property without telling them back door too vague lessons so i think that it's a you okay so is this especially when you buy you've to buy a new one yet but as a special edition of monopoly that peter dixon and i have to say i implied whereby the book sorted girls though i'm not your i'll be adding the ones that my collection but people definitely dougal that i got it my kids will be all over that because they cheat like crazy but i'm not spending more money on monopoly i already how many monopoly games you need running i feel like just one of these two they still have flick money on a monopoly game or do you just get debitcard no you get the money it's real yeah but then you're keep my kids take the money and they yeah it it's it's you know it's not even worth at a debit card be would be nice he molly thank you so much for sharing with us all the things that everybody's been googling this week and we'll talk to you next week enjoy the big game you utero and i thank you for having me thank you that's molly vandenberg we check in with her just about this time every single week to see what you all have been googling all week long and i it is it is no surprise that the super bowl has been turning now can i ask for some updates on your tweeting bradley trainer we have a couple of let's yes no i just.

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"peter dixon" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"peter dixon" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"United states that's a bloomberg business flash now here's marcus gulsum with normal scale number one on a north korea has started tests to load anthrax onto intercontinental ballistic missiles according to japan's asahi newspaper there reporting the testing involves ensuring the anthrax survives the immense temperatures generated during reentry into the earth's atmosphere the succession crisis and the democratic republic of congo is said to be stoking more violence in the rebellionwracked east fourteen peacekeepers were killed earlier this month in what was the deadliest attack on the united nations forces in a quarter of a century president joseph kabila's the remaining in power beyond his constitutional limit it said to be giving armed groups a new coast to fight for and the tycoon at the centre of brazil's big corruptions dole marcelo odebrecht has left prison to serve the rest of his term at a luxury home in sao paulo he was arrested in 2015 and give it a nineteen year jail sentence after being found guilty of organizing a giant political kickback scheme in dozens of countries global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm alkas calls than this is bloomberg matt marcus thanks very much for that now coming up on bloomberg radio is daybreak in new york and now the os by one of our colleagues bob moon along with karen moscow bob what are you prepared for this morning good morning president trump and congressional republicans near their first major legislative victory who is the party line vote senate republicans passed the most extensive rewrite of the us tax code in more than thirty years bloomberg daniel ten case we'll have more on the story hoover suffered a setback in europe following a court ruling over regulations we'll have details from london a win four banks the largest us lenders past the most burdensome tests since the financial crisis that story head from bloomberg's gina survey shares of mike ron and fedex gain following upbeat earnings forecasts and we'll talk in our first stuff our live with peter dixon commerzbank global equities economist please to and my colleague karen moskow and me for bloomberg daybreak right here on bloomberg radio in the us met thanks very much bob this is daybreak europe live from bloomberg's european headquarters in london bloomberg daybreak from new york is up next in a london dab.

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"peter dixon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"peter dixon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Paychecks in the new year we're learning new details about monday's deadly train derailment in washington state a team of investigators says a conductor in training was in the kabylie engineer and the break was automatically activated instead of being applied by the engineer the tracks also like to system for stopping were slowing a train automatically in sports in the nhl the rangers won the islanders lost the capitals one in overtime in the nba the wizards one global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2600 journalist and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg bob michael and as michael just mentioned step by step republicans on capitol hill are closing in on final passage of their tax overhaul plan it's one senate approval now goes back to the house to take care of you funnel tweaks then onto the desk of president donald trump who plans a news conference to rebel in his first major legislative victory let's explore the market implications of this with peter dixon commertzbank global equities economists joining us live on the line from london peter good morning welcome mr trump has cast this as a huge economic victory is it the game changer that he and the republicans say it is the morning i mean significant um and i think in two potentially could mean for the corporate sector then clearly it is a huge deal if indeed the corporate tax rate to 20 won't descending brought who come 35 percent the that has implications will potentially could have implications of i think the concern is the most many economists the um miss an awful lot of gone river you like to come in as a result of the of the tax cuts and it's unlikely that they will be that that will be made up peel from from high growth so i think over the the number two indeed to the the next few presidential terms i suggest um the us could end up with a rather high deficits and therefore i attach in the mediumterm let me move along two brexit's in the i am as saying this morning the brexit progress is welcome it remains a key uncertainty though it also says it sees the uk economy growing one and a half percent in twenty 18 is that good news for not so good news coming from i mean what an hour and.

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"peter dixon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"peter dixon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is really the first time we've seen the about eighteen months um i'm not super alarmed about a yet because i think this is very much at present she's plan i think they're they're they're sort of engaging in and um you know no sort of uh counter strategies the kind of slow things down they recognize that level uh but i would you sell em assets will actually we have um we uh few weeks ago on rapid allocation portfolios um we are trimmed r e m waiting back to neutral relative to our composite benchmarks um we're not bearish on em because of china um but certainly it's something that you know we think may be that the positive sentiment in the m got a little bit ahead of the fundamental there and that huge run in two thousand seventeen cruise of the crews the rates at international put fairly management at the riverfront investment group right well a look at all our top stories coming up this is bloomberg with the bloomberg small business report i'm john tucker a couple of small startups are trying to change the way you drink if you've been on a cruise lately you may have run into a product made by makers shaker this a company created by an mit professor carlo roddy it makes industrial size robots that have been serving cocktails on cruises since 2014 and now a table tucked cocktail bought from star a soma bar is headed for restaurants bars in lounges at may replace hotel room many bars bartenders will one day be replaced says soma bars chief executive officer dillon per cell lull without a doubt per cell lull begin thinking about automated cocktails will studying political science and business at occidental college back in two thousand and eleven he and his cofounder race about three hundred els of dollars on kickstarter some of ours commercial version now has about one million dollars in pre orders it that's the bloomberg small business report bird dave racist karen moskow that unball mood will get a preview of the trading day ahead with peter dixon at commerce bank also rapidly overseas conservatives who need for the day on wall street's tomorrow morning at five eastern on bloomberg radio.

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"peter dixon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"peter dixon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We haven't seen too much it's very very early it hasn't even been 24 hours but it's i think that's the big question everybody wants his where the shorts i mean something as explosive as this there have to be skeptics who express their theses by putting on short sales in some way so i think that's what we'll be looking at in the next forty eight hours here for good governance will come you will have margins you will have circuit breaker as you will have i mean we're at the foothills of efficiency aren't we are at the foothills of creating a more efficient market well we could be but keep in mind that bitcoin is inherently decentralised so even as our infrastructure comes in that we're all familiar with and the capital markets how much of bitcoin remains offshore how much of it remains opaque how much of it remains a black box that we really can't see anti you mentioned the whole cartel aspect of the buyers here how how big a force does that become we don't know the answers to any of those questions right now is still very very early days thank you say much a senior vice said on she'll be back to tell us more about bits choline yeah and they're trades count on sixteen thousand eight hundred sixty two dollars by the way just for the record i didn't use the word cartel at robbers and use the word garland so bloomberg daybreak europe peter dixon commits bags global equity economists will be joining us here in the law did cj we consulted central banks at of the market moves this morning you listening to believe that the kids are playing i'm.

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"peter dixon" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"peter dixon" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"I'm kim mm casting live to new york to washington dc nine want to boston bloomberg 61 to san francisco bloomberg 960 to become pre siriusxm channel 119 and around laws and bloombergradiocom coming up we're gonna talk about facebook and its cumbersome effort to stamp out fake news it turns out when you start involving people and subjective analysis things get messy also be talking about the national parks and plans to raise the fees to enter them right now it's going to check on aware the markets are trading greg jarrett has that for us with bloomberg this is flash greg thanks lisa stocks around the world of taking a pause today from the recordsetting run of last week ahead of a frenetic week for markets investors are waiting to see just who will be president donald trump's pick to head the federal reserve infact peter dixon at commerzbank ag global a financial accomplished tells bloomberg one world event that pick overshadows all others to influence markets around the world diet i think the one thing that where most focused on europe is is the fed who leads the fed pothole out how us and therefore the monetary policy and if i could choose i go for the continuity candidate janet yellen but that doesn't look like it's going to happen this time around they'll tell you know i think whoever leads the fed on pretty confident they'll get get the right take the semi finals england competent word is that pick will be announced on thursday that is come down and we're just read that across the bloomberg terminal we check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day here on bloomberg radio.

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"peter dixon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"peter dixon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Nonwater to boston bloomberg one of six one to san francisco bloomberg 960 to the country siriusxm gentle 190 and around so laws and bloombergradiocom this is bloomberg muggers coming up we're gonna talk about facebook in its cumbersome effort to stamp out fake news it turns out when you start involving people and subjective analysis things get messy also be talking about the national parks and plans to raise the fees to enter them right now it's going to check on a the markets are trading greg jarrett has that for us with bloomberg this is flash greg lisa stocks around the world of taken applause today from the record chevy one of of last week ahead of a frenetic week for markets investors are waiting to see just who will be president donald trump's pick the have the federal reserve infact peter dixon had commerzbank ag global financial economist tells bloomberg one world event that pick overshadows all others to influence markets around the world night i think the one thing that where most focused on here in europe is is the fed who leads the fed won't impact will out how us and therefore the monetary policy and if i could choose i ha i go for the continuity candidate janet yellen but that doesn't look like it's going to happen that this time around thought so i think whoever leads the fed on pretty confident they'll get go get the right take this kneecap of this in the finals in putting competent word is that pick will be announced on thursday that is come down and we're just read that across the bloomberg terminal which at the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day here on bloomberg radio s p 500 is down pretense of a percent down seven the dow down twotenths of a percent down forty nine the nasdaq is little changed down three the 10year is up six thirty seconds the you'll two point three percent west texas intermediate is little changed at fifty three ninety one of barrel comex gold is up a quarter percent or twelve 74 ninety an ounce the yen two dollars thirteen thirty the eurodollar sixteen 24 in the british pound a dollar thirty one ninety.

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"peter dixon" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"peter dixon" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"The role all the title of the person he'd harass them some of the key findings from this survey as she say find their more than half of women experienced sexual harassment at work all in a place of study say college skull for example arinze twothirds of the men and women he'd been harris said they didn't report it's anyone's that was quite in some respects their shocking as well well and more women the men said they were targeted by a boss or a senior manager that wet tight to be about thirty percent of women and twelve percent of men just quickly it's all say find one in ten women he'd experienced staff harassments said it lets them leaving their job or a place of study and you're very few ashley pursued it with the people they work with or four yes and that's kind of what's come to light in recent weeks many people police other people and businesses in workplaces saying ah if they do experienced this kind of harassments they should reported in and that wind go unnoticed adena gamble vinke the time is closed for six later this morning we'll get the latest health check on the uk economy inflammation which will be key to next week's decision on interest rates rub young has this morning this is news hellerup yes good morning will have a view on the state of the economy based on our own experiences of earning and spending what a just over three hours time will get the official verdict private economists think the uk grew by not point three percent between july and september the same as in the first two quarters of the year growth recently has been harv its longrun average in britain is now the slowest growing advanced economy with us his peter dixon an economist at commerzbank in london morning pizza morning what's your prediction for great well all right i'm going for the consensus view the two zero point three percent growth rate is is on the cards all right and beneath that headline number then which bits of the economy a growing which pits perhaps belt what we think the problem with the gdp numbers that is primarily based on services wing eight percent of output is based that is comes from services sector and it's very difficult.

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