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"president janka" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"president janka" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You're listening to back daybreak kit. We live from London. So let's have a look at the mall kit. Show Yousef yes, let's throw it into the game as it were. We've got an Asian equity session here that is up by about three tenths of one percent for the Asia Pacific index. The overnight session in the US. We saw an eking out of gains about zero point one percent with some of the upside driven in energy and real estate stocks futures television, but different story at the moment, because we are taking a little bit lower for the s&p five hundred mini and for European equity futures, same kind of downside as well. Priced in at the moment about a fifty one percent for the Dax in the fixed income space. We've got US yields hovering still at record levels. We are two point. Oh, seven percent ahead of the fed calm before the storm. That's how trading the bond markets could have been summed up on Monday prices, and yields sedan, moving in either side as we wait that big decision on Wednesday in terms of the foreign exchange space. We have a Bloomberg dollar index that is struggling to set the tone here tenths of one percent lower. That is weighing in on some of the key FX payers. Let me run those by eurodollar one twelve thirty four. Upside there done a end one hundred and eight twenty-seven quite a bit of movement. They're down a quarter of one percent, cable cat and Ozzy doll lies the unchanged. That is a bit of a picture of what is happening in four expes, commodities downside pressure on Brent. We are at sixty dollars and sixty seven cents a barrel down half of one percent uncertainty when it comes through the tensions between Iran and the US, and then you've also got a lack of clarity when it comes to when the next OPEC meeting is going to happen. Unprecedented very bizarre situation there. So they just wanted happening in these markets, but let's get into some of these top stories and more. Detail. Caroline, jonky addressing his final ACP forum as president in Sintra today that will be a big story, the themes that dominated his tenure, of course, persist, seventy seven flation and concerns, I have a growth and as Bloomberg's Puteh Scully Maske explains that means investors will be looking for signals that the central Bank is preparing new stimulus recent decision to keep rates unchanged. Well into the next year failed to satisfy markets inflation expectations dropped record lows. This stage is already being set for more action, druggies Lieutenant and one of his potential contenders. Benham ICU said on Monday to be will active needed to support the economy and could even be facing such a decision within months in central Peel's, most key, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Now, we'll say this week we of course, hey, from the fed on Wednesday, and then the Bank of England on Thursday. I think the other interesting thing Yousef though, to note is out on the Bloomberg this morning about under Angela Merkel's candidate the EU commission. President Janka that is full touring, and so actually the attention now of German officials may pivot was trying to get yen's vitamin as the next president, of course at my jockey stepping down in October a win. It be the German against vibrant at the head of the central Bank. See of changes, and with that comes a lot of opportunities while arguably we'll keep a close eye on China. The meantime, has cut its holdings of US treasuries to the lowest in almost two years. Total fell to just over one point one trillion. These latest numbers were collected before tensions between Washington and Beijing hit a new low in may speculation has been Ryan, that China may use the nuclear option of selling off its vast US debt holdings, but Beijing is going to struggle to find another spot to park all that cash, and we have had precedent at twenty seven and two thousand sixteen where we did see steep selloffs in some of those holdings in Dade. At now until corporate news today embassy, yoga says that no. No one can pretend to be protected against the big economic paycheck, but ashey for now the plane make is not experiencing any oval slowdown in market demand. But we see growth we.

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"president janka" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"president janka" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"Welcome back to you coffee shops spectators finish Cooper costs. I'm Barbara Nagase. And I'm joined by Henry Neiman, director of open Europe and cables, so KT parliament's back next week and the prime minister's already under quite a bit of pressure of Adel is she trying to get some concessions again as far as she is trying. She has been trying some telephone diplomacy in recent days and trying to see speak to you his appeal to them to get something. She can present to MP's next week we expect for she tries to put this deal to vote somebody. She has delayed once ready annex that the week after next what she needs something, which is legally binding, which suggests that the backstop can't go on forever. But so far, and it could just be great secrecy, which we know this is not prone to leaks or anything so little sign that she has that. And definitely the music in Brussels around. Early. This doesn't seem to be particularly positive either. So she could pull something in bag. If she doesn't know I do think she is in real trouble again trying to get this free because it doesn't feel like Christmas and these really calm down. I mean on Stein, lots of Euro-sceptics pickup, you know, the arguments again, quite but the same intensity as before you've seen Braxton say that the numbers haven't changed the could have been a few waivers. But I don't think the have been many yet he decided to for this deal because everyone is waiting to see what she brings back because to raise my ultimately said that she was renegotiating. She used uses the different words, depending on what suit Smith getting clearer language. So at the moment, I dating she she has more than she had previously. And I think there's some MP's who if they think there's a chance pass might side to vote for it. But if the margins that big they're not going to, and then we do you think the all going to be willing to give any concessions? I think the EU over want to help they look. Onto resume quite favorably. They think she's she plays quite a straight bats. And they want to see this deal, which they've spent more time and effort negotiating over the line. Ultimately, Brussels deal making machine, and this is the deal, and they might be happy to tweak it, although not reopen it fundamentally, but I think that that concern in the December European Council when to his when tin about public argument or public became public argument with president Janka after he supposedly insulted her. She was seen Venice having something really impossible which was to put an expiry very short expiry date on the backstop. So I don't think they can do that. And they will setting will concern that if they gave any concession too early that would just be banked by critics on both sides. And then they'd ask for more. So I think we are actually known expecting the premise to come back with that much before the the deal is I put to parliament. So we know that's going to happen in the week beginning the fourteenth of January, it'll be put parliament, and it Luma certainly be defeated. I think that's not that won't be a surprise. But the question is when will ultimately. Ultimately able to get through because the closer we get to the end of March, the more the choices will clarify, and they're only really three options either leave without to deal, no deal exit, and you can try and dress it up as a management deal. But ultimately the steps we can take unilaterally, but it'll be believing the EU without next that'll be certainly very disrupted. Even as advocating it like dominate rob said, we're looking at months of disruption, then you've got to his amaze deal. Pops him some tweaked form perhaps with some dressing up around the possible future end destination, you could put it clings to Norway the onto he'll to Nick Boles, you could put a permanent customs union if you wanted to peel to the labor party, but ultimately those all different versions of her deal. And then the third option is to stop Brexit altogether. I the general election or via referendum for the moment that doesn't seem very lucky, but those are the only three options and parliament after the case has put us on a course, where we will be leaving the EU at the end of March this this year in and very few weeks time and for the parliament now to be..

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"president janka" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:59 min | 2 years ago

"president janka" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Big breaking news in the United Kingdom overnight enough conservative members of parliament rebelled fifteen percent to force a company vote within the party on whether or not Theresa May remain as the leader of the party. And this was prime minister one hundred and fifty eight over three hundred fifteen members have indicated to the BBC they will support her. But is that enough of a margin of victory people like Jeremy hunt, who's the foreign secretary, amber rod, who's the work and pensions secretary. Thanks porter supporter and Ken cart. The grand old man of parliament saying supporters supporter, but if you lose more than a hundred members of your party, it's very hard to carrying on moments ago moments ago at number ten Downing Street where the prime minister labs and work tell that for the benefit of the Steelers fans out there. Spokesman came out and said, quote, the prime minister does not believe that this vote today is about who leads the party into the next election close quote that looks like a concession. According to Stephen swin furred who is a deputy political editor of the telegraph in Great Britain that she will not stand. Try and lead the party in the next election and that ties in with her message outside Downing Street this morning. That she wants to finish the job and get break over the line. It will be fascinating right swint for that plays both with MP's and cabinet. It will probably help her get over the line tonight. But at what cost I mean, she's just a wounded lame duck. And do you want a wounded lame duck to run the hard Brexit, which is coming because they're deal is not the the EU dictated terms are not going to receive consensus the United Kingdom just going to leave the European Union without a deal not on a Madine and with the border and not have to figure it out as they go along Theresa May walked out a few hours ago. And in case, you're just joining us here is what the prime minister of Great Britain said hours away from a vote of confidence inside of her own party. The Brady has confirmed that he has received forty eight letters from conservative MP's. So that will now be confidence in my leadership of the conservative party will contest that vote with everything I've got. I have been a member of the conservative party over forty years. I've served it as an activist counselor and P, shadow minister home secretary. And now as prime minister. I still it's to be leader. Because I believe in the conservative vision for a better future a thriving economy with nowhere, and nobody left behind a stronger society where everyone can make the most of their talents. Always serving the national interest and at this crucial moment in our history. That means securing Brexit seal the delivers on the result of the referendum taking control of our borders laws and money, but protecting jobs our security and our precious union as we do so. Good times and bad over the last two years. My passionate belief that such a deal is attainable. That a bright future. Lies ahead for our country has not wavered, and it is now within our grass I spent yesterday meeting Chancellor Merkel, prime minister rutta president scant president Janka to address the concerns that have with the backstop, and we are making progress. To travel to Dublin this afternoon to continue that work, but will now remain here in London to make the case for my leadership with my parliamentary colleagues. A change of leadership in the conservative party. Now, we'll put our country's future at risk and to create uncertainty when we can least afford it. A new leader wouldn't be in place by the twenty first of January legal deadline, so leadership election risks handing control of the Brexit negotiations to opposition in parliament, the new leader wouldn't have time to renegotiate or withdrawal agreement gets the legislation through parliament by the twenty ninth of March one of their first acts would have to be extending or rescinding article fifty delaying or even stopping Brexit. When people want us to get on with it, and the leadership election would not change the fundamentals of the negotiation or the parliamentary arithmetic weeks spent tearing ourselves apart will only create more division, just as we should be standing together to serve our country. None of that would be in the national interest. The only people whose interests would be served are Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell. The British people want us to get on with it. And they want us to focus on the other vital issues that matter to them to building a stronger economy, delivering first class public services and the homes that families need these are the public's priorities, and they must be the conservative party's priorities to we must and we shall deliver on the referendum vote and seize the opportunities that lie ahead. But the conservatives must not be a single issue party. We are a party of the whole nation. Moderate pragmatic mainstream committed to reuniting our country and building a country that works for everyone. The agenda is set out in my first speech outside this front door, delivering the Brexit. People voted for building a country that works for everyone. I have devoted myself unsparingly to these tasks ever since I. Became prime minister. And I stand ready to finish the job. Does she went back inside of number ten after saying that? And then later in the day had a spokesperson announced that indeed she will not stand as prime minister at the next general election, which is scheduled within two to three years. I can't remember. But remember Brexit is going to happen on March twenty ninth with or without a deal with the European Union on the specifics of how goods will flow, and people will flow and passports will be dealt with schinder goes shaded, a five hundred eighteen page agreement that has no support in parliament she failed. And so she's a winged the duck lame duck. And she's now now she's not going to stand. So she the question of whether or not it's worth changing her out. From getting new energy and new leadership a number of senior conservative, including back Liam Fox, no stranger to this audience. Who's the minister for international trade in her cabinet and Abrek you tier one who argued leave when break was on the ballot years ago has said he will be supporting our tonight s have one hundred and fifty seven other members of her party, but a secret ballot is a secret ballot. Remember, many leadership elections within the Republican caucus and leadership? Elections have ways of going sideways when the ballots your secret, what do the.

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"president janka" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"president janka" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Along with a level playing field for open and fair competition. That's what they're saying. Now, you k- Prime Minister Theresa may says this is good on Saturday. I will return to Brussels for further meeting with president Janka way, we will discuss how to bring this process to a conclusion in the interests of all our people now Bloomberg's Maria today all says there are some sticking points left, though. I think at this point the two big sticking points, was fashioned from the French. We have a line in this document and under was Gibraltar from the Spanish that can turn into a much bigger thing. Because the Spanish government has also made it clear, they're not going to sign this thing. They don't get a special line. Now in theory. They're not going to derail the whole thing. But you could argue they have a moral veto over this. And it would be very difficult. For task for young Kurt to say. This has many successful deal. If you get a big European country. That's unhappy. That's and very public comments about and just not being happy on this. Dan, Maria saying the deal, of course, has to be approved by the EU nations as well as parliament he and the UK Taiwanese voters will decide this weekend. Whether to change the name of their Olympic team, one of the ten questions on the ballot is a vote on whether athletes should compete in international sport events under the name Taiwan rather than Chinese Taipei. It is a move that could embolden independence advocates and reignite China's rage regarding any sign of independence US, President Trump says he has signed an order to close the border with Mexico and says he has authorized troops to use lethal force against migrants who attempt to enter the US after they're.

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"president janka" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"president janka" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Candice peer pressure is mounting on British and e unit to iron out for meaning differences over the. Brexit agreement in time for an emergency summit on Sunday after Theresa May returned from Brussels yesterday without finalizing the deal, she said progress had been made during her talks with the European Commission president Sean cord Janka, but she would be returning to Brussels on Saturday for further meetings. We had a very good meeting this evening, we've made further progress, and as a result, we've given sufficient direction. Negotiators. I hope for them to be able to resolve the remaining issues and that work will start immediately. I now plan to return for further meetings, including with president Janka on Saturday to discuss how we can bring to a conclusion this process and bring it to a conclusion in the interest of all our people, the German Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned that she won't attend the EU summit unless the deal is ready to be signed off. Here's our political correspondent Jonathan Blake the political declaration on the UK's future relationship with the EU was due to have been finalized by now. But number ten still expects to reach an agreement in time for Sunday's shared gathering of you leaders and Downing Street sources have indicated a new meeting between Theresa May in John Claude you and kept plan for Saturday is not a sign of major problems with the Dale last night. Mrs may spoke to the Spanish Prime minister Pedro Sanchez by phone after he said, he couldn't support the agreement without specific reassurances on the status of Gibraltar. Other countries are concerned about. Fishing access to UK waters, the remaining twenty seven Member States plan to reach agreement by consensus rather than a vote with no one country having a veto on the deal any changes made to the withdrawal agreement and political declaration. At this stage will be closely watched in Westminster for signs of concessions from either side to the United States now where efforts to contain California's deadliest ever wildfire continue at least eighty three people known to have died in the camp fire. The majority of which is now under control authorities and recovery workers are continuing to sort through the wreckage of thousands of buildings in the search for more than five hundred people who remain unaccounted for a short while ago. I spoke to our correspondent, Dan Johnson. Who's in Los Angeles. Well, there's being rain in the north of California today, which has helped firefighters who are still battling these wildfires almost two weeks on now. So the fires are all but extinguished that is some positive news. But the rain is not helping with the effort to recover from the fire's devastation in the area around paradise and to find and identify the people caught up in it. So today we had an update from the sheriff in that area. He says there are five hundred and sixty three people still unaccounted for that number has been falling over the last few days. Whereas for most of last week, it just kept increasing the more than a thousand people on the missing list at one St. and the sheriff said that over the last almost two weeks they've been able to account for two thousand people who were at one time deemed on accounted for. So they're making progress in this investigation accounting for people. But sadly, the death toll keeps gradually increasing as well. And today they found two more bodies in the remains of paradise. That means that eighty three. People are now known to have lost their lives in this fire. What is the future for the region for places like the town of paradise which was almost completely destroyed? Yesterday. Officials did talk about starting to allow people back into the area the whole area around the town has been sealed off for the last few days nearly two weeks now so they are talking about allowing people back into at least see what is left of their property. And in thousands of cases, that is absolutely nothing at all. There is nothing to see nothing to retrieve just a pile of ash, but it will at least allow people to get an idea of how badly they have been affected. And then officials are talking about the clear up job that they have to do. There are toxins and chemicals within the Ashton that need to be dealt with professionally, but that's going to take a long long time. We're talking at least months if not years, and it's far from clear whether anybody would actually want to return there and rebuild. What about the infrastructure the power? The communicate. There's all sorts to think about a lot of the community facilities have gone the churches the schools the shops. There's all sorts to consider if they are going to rebuild Paradiso, although lots of people who were caught up in this and a now homeless evacuees have taught positively about returning and rebuilding. It certainly isn't going to be simple, and it needs to be thought about very carefully. The main news this how Donald Trump has had a public row over the independence of judges with the US chief, Justice and fears growing that the Brexit deal between Britain, and the EU isn't going to be ready by the final deadline. It's coming up to five twenty GMT. A dust storm around the size of Switzerland has blanketed parts of Sydney and Canberra in Australia in fine red powder. Today officials have issued health warnings as parts of the skies termed from blue to orange to read the red Hayes is being driven by strong winds, picking up dry soil exacerbated. By a recent drought are Sydney correspondent how Griffith joins us from nearby. How just first of all just describe this to us. So this is five hundred kilometers wide storm the sides here. The size of Tasmania is stray and measure as its traveled over New South Wales. It's been picking up a lot of dust from the drought ridden areas. If it's so much about the recent months now that in some places has given it an orange, juice, certainly. On Wednesday when it had Broken Hill in the kind of outback it turned the skies their orange. It has kind of landed in Morris pass through Sydney the impact here. Well, kind of a heavy fog the sort of a dark greyish cloud blanketing places like the opera house in the Harbour Bridge. And while it's not completely enveloped everything. You certainly not something different in the sky today. Yeah. Another measure this is larger than the island of Ireland. Absolutely huge. What effective is actually having on people. So the main one is on people with health problems tickly things like Asmara Bertie problems. The official advice today for them has been to limit exposure outside. So mostly to stay indoors until limited exercise because getting some these particles deep inside your lungs can be problematic. So that's been general health warning for others. It's been more of a distraction. Certainly it's got lots of journalists. Busy trying to get pictures of those landmarks and trying to decide is this better or worse than the storm that hit back in two thousand and nine how long is it going to run for how long until it passes? Either. The weather forecast is uncertain because it's being driven by pretty high winds. No one's quite sure where it will go, and how long it will last certainly I think it's probably here for some hours yet. But whether it now goes out to sea or swept back in. There's also concern about a bushfire further in the north south. Well, so plenty to keep the emergency services. Busy at the moment. But so far has had no sort of major impact how Griffith in Australia. Thank you. The persecution of religious minorities is increasing around the world. That's the conclusion of the Catholic charity aid to the church in need, which is about to release a report along with the British government on the state of religious freedom around the world. Our religion editor Martin Bashir considers the case for Christians in several countries..

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"president janka" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

14:08 min | 2 years ago

"president janka" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Prime minister Simon vodka from five news at surely. Now, even you have to admit, this is not strong and stable. Also, I think people will see is what I and the government of Don is being sticking to the job of ensuring that we're delivering for the British people. That's what we're doing. We're living in the British in the national interest. And look MP's have been debating the best way to deliver Brexit ever since the referendum took place in two thousand sixteen and there's been much criticism throughout that time of the government's approach. People have be ready to point out what they don't like. But one simple fact remains and that is that nobody has produced any alternative proposal which both delivers on the referendum and also ensures that this no heart border between Northern Ireland and Ireland, and I understand some people feel uncomfortable about the details in the backstop, particularly the withdrawal agreement, and I share some of those concerns, but there's another inescapable fact, those Nodia which can be agreed with the European Union. That does not involve a back stop to act as an insurance policy against return to the borders. Of the past in Northern Ireland, all the other approaches Norway Canada. Plus, it's after they were all require a backstop and the alternative of repudiating that would not only mean reneging on a promise to the people of Northern Ireland. But it would also in synagogue. Creation and hopes of securing the deal. So what does the government being doing? We have been absolutely clear in focusing on delivering what is in the best interests of the British people. Flies of. Sky News, prime minister in denial about the chances of getting this deal three parliaments and for the critics in your own party. There have been sending letters very publicly is it time for them to put up or shut up. What I have as I think you may have heard me say in the house of Commons says I just reiterated here. I'm the job of bringing back the best deal for the United Kingdom that will then be put before the house of Commons. It will be put before members of parliament into meaningful vote. Their job will be to look at that deal. Their job will be to consider the interests of their constituents and their job will be to consider how we can deliver on the vote as the British people to leave the European the European Union. And I think I think most people watching this listening to this will recognize that this is not an easy thing to do. This is a complex negotiation. But I think what most people want to know is that what we will deliver. We'll be in their interests. It will protect jobs it will protect security it will ensure great future of this country. Hutton from Bloomberg. Isn't it time to to say what you clearly think which is the the the Brexit campaign offered something that was not on the menu. It offered very very easy trade negotiations offered. There was no problem at all with the border. It was all going to be fantastic straightforward. The your opinion was going to give us everything we wanted because of BMW and co and things like that. Isn't it time to say that I'm afraid some of the things that you were promised they say whenever there, I think most people in this country recognize the after forty years of membership at the European Union, delivering Brexit, dealing with how we're going to withdraw from the motor fuel relationship is is not an easy is not an easy negotiation. These are complex issues. I think what most members of the public want those actually who voted for leave, and those many many of those who voted for Maine as well is for the government to get on with it. That's exactly what we're doing. And for the government to deliver a deal that is in the national interest that he's going to protect jobs, and that he's going to ensure that we have a great future of this country. And that's exactly what we're doing. Jay McFarland ABC news. I'm prime minister. What would you say to Britain's friends and allies abroad her what is happening in witnessing? What's increasingly looking like a government and chaos? I think what people in Brussels will be saying is that the government has agreed withdrawal agreement Dave recognize and the draft political outlined political declaration. They have recognized that by the fact that president Janka has written to the council president to say that decisive progress has been made in the negotiations and on that basis council has been called for the twenty fifth of November. And I think they see a government that is intent on working with them to ensure that we deliver a good deal for the British people. Because I've always said I think a good deal for the UK is a good deal for the you as well. Rubbish. Prime minister you've said that your deal is in the national interest. But your party is deeply divided on it. Apps more divided than any of us have ever seen are you prepared to risk the break-up of your party to deliver the deal, you believe in as I've just said Robert answer to an earlier question MP's have being debating how best to deliver on the result of the referendum ever since the result of the referendum took place. I think what the British people want us to do. And I believe what MP's will do when it comes to the vote in the house of Commons is focused on the fact that people have voted to leave and and focus on how we do that in a way that is good for the United Kingdom. This. I'm committed as prime minister to bringing the best deal back for the United Kingdom. That's what I'm going to be doing, and I expect when we come to the members of parliament across my party will look at that deal will recognize the importance of delivering on the voters the British people and recognize the importance of doing that in a way that does. Protect people's jobs that does protect our security and does protect our United Kingdom. George. Gordon right out from the telegraph. Prime minister g rights. There are there are reports that Michael go has been asked to become the new Brexit secretary. But he will only ten job on condition that he's allowed to go back to Brussels and try for more concessions will you allow whoever becomes the new Brexit secretary to do to try and get more concessions, and they've been known I'm from CS on any appointments to replace people who resigned, are you struggling to find people who want to fill those roles now, I've had actually rather a busy day, you might you might have seen three hours in the house of Commons. But seriously thought Michael has been doing an excellent job and particularly in his defense, if the fishing industry, and as you'll see some very important elements of the outline political declaration which recognize that the United Kingdom will be an independent coastal state in the future fishing is an issue that matters to people and Michael's binging, an excellent job in terms of ensuring that we're delivering on that committee. That we have to come out of the common fisheries policy. I haven't appointed new secretary yet. And I will of course, be making appointments to the government in Jiu calls Jason. Thank you Jason goes from the wwl. Just Philip Thomas question we've seen several of your colleagues today declared that they no longer have confidence in your leadership. What will you do if there's a vote of no confidence in the coming days? As I say generally leadership is about making the right decisions. Not taking the easy decisions. As prime minister. My job is to get the best deal for Britain and to bring that back to the house of Commons. And that's exactly what I am focused on doing. I think members of the public want the government to get on with delivering on Brexit for them. And as I said earlier, am I going to see this through? Yes. Visually. Prime minister. Thank you, very much, Nick Robertson from CNN. You've talked about leadership as being the position of taking decisions the right decisions that some of the choices have not been easy. Would you share with the country? Now, some of those decisions that you personally have found have been the hard tough, not easy decisions to take well in in relation to the deal that we're looking at those as I've said before I recognize there are concerns about the backstop that is an issue, and I share those concerns and the decision to go forward and the basis that we have was not overall was not an easy one. There was a very good and impassioned debate that took place in the cabinet yesterday over these issues, but overall looking at the national interest, we agreed as a cabinet under the government the deal that we have is the right one to proceed with to go. To the next stage of the negotiations. And obviously those negotiations will lead up to the council on the twenty fifth of November. Mesa. Thank you. From the daily Express ever since you've been in this job. You've always been adamant that the country will leave the EU on in March next year over the last couple of days, you've talked about the risk of no Brexit. Do you think given the forces that lined up in opposition to your deal that is now becoming a definite threat? Well, I've numbers members of parliament who stood up in the house of Commons today and said that there was that staying within the European Union was the right thing to do. I disagree. We gave the vote to the British people pollen overwhelmingly goes hopes the British people to decide whether or not to stay in the European Union. The people voted to leave, and I believe it is our duty as a government believe it's our duty as members of parliament to deliver on that vote of the British people, and we will be leaving on the twenty ninth of March two thousand and nine thousand nine. On the edge. Minister Matthew Thompson from LBC just wanting to an extent this crisis is to some extent of your own making in the sense. It's a failure of expectation management and not bringing people at the DUP hardliners within your own party along with you, obviously they weren't going to like what was in this deal should of brought them on board a little bit more quickly. We have been working on this deal and negotiating on this deal to being various staging posts where we've made clear to people what the the approach that. We're taking in relation to these issues that happened in December the joint report, obviously, then there was further information that we put forward in the spring, and then in July, our approach was clearly set out for people we have, of course, being discussing with colleagues and with people in the house of Commons as we have been discussing with business and others as we progress through in putting this deal together. What is the focus has been the focus as I said earlier is making sure that the deal that we deliver is. A deal that delivers on the verge of the British people does so in a way, which is in the best national interest which ensures that we protect people's jobs and livelihood and security. But also ensures that we are able to move forward outside the European Union as a global Britain, and for example to ensure that we can negotiate trade deals around the rest of the world. I believe that's what's in the interests of people here in this country. And that's what we will deliver. I'll take a couple questions. So we will have post. Lots of reporters anybody who thinks George Parker on my mind. Lots of reporters with no hair, prime minister. Prime minister, if if the house of Commons voted by a majority for another referendum for people's votes. Would you see that as a resignation matter or do you see that as you having to implement the will of parliament as prime minister, I have taken a very clear you about the question of a second referendum. I've made that clear to members of parliament. And I think actually across the house of Commons. Most members of parliament recognize that they gave a vote to the British people British people voted, and it's up to us to deliver on that vote and not have a second referendum. The will not be a second referendum. We asked people that view. They said we should leave the European Union, and we will leave the European Union, and we will leave on the twenty ninth of March two thousand nineteen. If we look across the house of Commons. Yes. There have been some voices for a second referendum. But I believe actually when people come to look at the deal that we bring back from the European Council. The final package that we bring back from the European Council. They will look at delivering on the verge of the British people and doing so in a way that protects the interests of their constituents, and I believe that is the question that members of parliament will be asking themselves at that point not about a second referendum. I'll take as I said just a couple more. Hi, I'm darla from BuzzFeed. I'm my question is given the difficulty likely have getting this still three parliament, do you regret calling a general election last year? Now, I don't regret calling a general election last year as I say when it comes to the version parliament there will be a decision for MP's to take. I'm going to do my job. I'm going to bring the best deal back for the British people and MP's will then then do their job, and of course, be held to account by their constituents for it. So the last question..

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"president janka" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"president janka" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Largest trade deal, the United States has ever negotiated adage also a great deal for our country. It's going to produce jobs and companies aren't going to be leaving and firing everybody and making product and sending it back into the United States. It's fair, it's balanced. And you know, what we have two wonderful partner show now. Now, they're partners Mexico and Canada. And that's a good thing. That's a good thing. That was US President Donald Trump. Speaking rally last night. Yeah. Fund is set to cut its forecast for global growth on signs. The trade war is darkening the outlook three months after discussing near four percent expansion this year next Lagarde says she's no longer soft mystic six months ago. I pointed to clouds of risk on the horizon. Well, it's not pouring. But there's a bit of drizzle because today some of the risks have begun to materialize. And indeed the all signs start growth has. Toed. That was the IMF managing director, Christine Lagarde. Now, we also need to bring out today with the Brexit story this morning UK, Prime Minister Theresa May's, preparing to make significant new Brexit offer to the European Union in an attempt to open the door to deal. According to a senior British government official divorce talks are stuck on the question of how to avoid the need for police and customs checks on the border between the u k and Ireland with the British side. Now cease a path to reaching an agreement. Brexit secretary Dominic Robb said that the comments were speculation. Of course, we're watching this story very very closely as we also seen a challenge to Theresa May's leadership who knows at the Tory party conference. Let's say with that and cross over to Singapore with David finishing for the markets. Live team joins us for some additional perspective. Cable currently at one thirty eleven fairly rangebound last two trading sessions. I mean, what's what's going to help it push out of these boundaries is it's going to be these events this week is. Yeah, I think certainly short-term anything positive on the Brexit outcome. Cenex is next downward. I think sunny the risks associated Serbian skewed cable jump above one thirty one on news of this new proposed potential solution by Theresa May then ever since. Ground down. Now, just one thirty. I think the markets. Senate questioned the credibility of what exactly whatever work or not. Because again, it could be proposed US agree to it. So I think Vasilo questions going forward in this heart border is just it's been the proper day one. And it just doesn't seem to be going anywhere. I think the markets seventy begin the question who's going to give in on this one? Or does anyone giving on this one? And obviously if no one does dozens heartbreaks, which certainly wouldn't be good for starting. Right. That sterling Wilson to focus in on on the euro as well as talion bonds today, essentially, we're seeing some fairly scary. Looking statements from the European Commission, the European Commission, president Janka sort of join parallels between Greece and Italy, I suppose that won't please traders in any way, shape or form. Yeah. No, no, the ideal comparison or analogy, shall we say, and you're suddenly saw the ten years Trump high yesterday or that comparison, even that's incentive last ten fifteen minutes. You seeing headlines come out of Italy saying that, hey, if you challenge us, we might your budget three point one percent has headlines from Reuters. I understand saying that someone anytime come said, hey, we just had counts he'd selfish problem. So even even though it's just rhetoric. It's nothing that bond traders wanna hear Neva those. So wouldn't be surprised old. See the ten year old yields achieved sort of go higher today. As always seemed to ask. Late knitter test positive for the bond market this rhetoric coming outfits via the moment. All right. Yes. Just looking at the Italian bombs this morning as the cash market is opening up the ten year yield putting on another four basis points trading now at three point three four percent. Thanks very much. Indeed, David Finnerty and for real time market, commentary and analysis. Check markets live. That's M L I V on your Bloomberg terminal. Yes, let's talk about the other corporate stories. We are looking out for starting off with Akzo Nobel. They plan to distribute another five point five billion euros shareholders from the sale of its specialty chemicals business. The proceeds will be distributed using a capital repayment share consolidation of two billion euros a cash dividend of one billion euros. A two point five billion euros stock buyback, the paint and coatings maker has already paid a one billion euros special dividend in December that's an anticipation of the sale of the chemicals business now in other corporate new Standard Chartered is set to be bracing for new penalty from the US over historical breaches of. Sanctions on Iran. We're told the fine could be as high as one half billion dollars, although final negotiations on a some are yet to begin the stock sank off to the potential penalty exceeded some analysts expectations the allegations related to breaches dating from at least five years ago. Yeah. And BMW says it's confident it can maintain its position in China. Despite the escalating trade war that forced the company to lower profit, pork. Forecasts for the first time in a decade CFO Nicolas says the spat between Washington and Beijing will cost it almost three hundred million euros in the second half of the year. I think we can.

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"president janka" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"president janka" Discussed on AP News

"Awards are getting a backlash AP entertainment editor Oscar wells Gabriel, explains why they're, catching so much. Flag Ever. Watch the Oscars and wonder why hardly any of the movies that, you and your friends saw are ever up for. Major awards the motion picture academy is taking steps to stop the kinda grumbling but the effort is being. With grumbling from critics the Oscars will be adding a category for popular films that has raised. Questions about, moving slight, Black Panther it was both wildly popular and. Considered good, enough to merit serious Oscar consideration for best pitcher some say the, Oscars installing a popular film. Category will get. Allies certain films others say the new category create towards for, movies that are, popular but. May lack cinematic virtue I'm Oscar wells Gabriel Cut the red tape AP's Charles, day with, desma reports. That's the message from the European Union calling in Washington to simplify rules. For the export of its liquefied natural gas if it wants the twenty eight nation blocked by more than don't Trump and European Commission president Janka agree. Last month to start talks intended to achieve zero tariffs and zero, subsidies on non automotive industrial goods the also agreed. To build more terminals to input American liquefied natural gas now Yuka says if it's cheap enough the gas. Could help the EU diversify energy supplies and break its dependency on Russia her you could cautions. The US, needs to, play its role in doing away with the. Red tape, restrictions senior EU and US trade officials will meet in Washington from, all key talks on August. Twenty I'm Charleston. ESMA The top us commander in the Middle East says the timing of last week's a rainy in naval exercise in and. Around a key waterway was no coincidence is AP Washington correspondent saga megani reports that of US central command says Iran. Was showcasing its military capabilities it involved at least one hundred small boats in round the. Straight of Hormuz which Tehran has threatened to close the exercise happened days before the US reimposed economic sanctions on Iran. It's pretty clear to us that they were trying to use that exercise. To, send a, message to us general, Giovanni tells says that message was Iran has capabilities telling reporters here at the Pentagon. Tehran could plant mines and explosive boats in the strait his own message we have capabilities as well saying, the US, and allies. Have trained for potential Iranian actions and are prepared to respond saga megani. At the Pentagon Hi I'm Ralph Rousseau AP. College football writer and host of the AP top twenty five college football. Podcast available on apple podcast and podcast one while there be sure to subscribe rate and review that's the AP top twenty five college football podcast.

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"president janka" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"president janka" Discussed on AP News

"Slash divorced battle between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie is flaring up AP entertainment editor Oscar wells Gabriel reports there are now doing petitions before a, Los Angeles court one day. After Angelina Jolie went to court complaining that. Brad Pitt has paid. No meaningful child support pit has cut back with his own filing in at the actor says he has given us a strange wife. More than a million dollars and that he is loaned to another eight million since they split two years ago in the filing picked attorney say the actor showed out one point. Three million for Bills for. Jillian they're six kids the eight million dollar loan that pit claims went, for the home that she in the kids currently live in as for Jolie's requests that the divorce process be wrapped up by the end of the year pitch lawyers say it, was their client who suggested that I'm, Oscar wells Gabriel Conspiratorial in the nine eleven attacks will soon be a free man AP's Charles day with. Desma reports Germany is planning, to release a man convicted of, helping, three of the suicide pilots later this. Year federal prosecutors say they would allow Mugniyah l. Motassadeq's release a few, weeks before his sentence, formerly ends late this year on condition that he's. Deported to his native Morocco that would allow, Germany to arrest him if he returns built newspaper which first reported the news. Says oh multidex could, be freed in. Mid October the, Moroccan was convicted in twentieth six of membership in a terrorist organization an accessory to murder the aiding the three hijackers who lived in Hamburg he was sentenced to the maximum fifteen years but will receive credit the. Time served after his arrest in November twenty one I'm Charleston with. Asthma Cut the red tape AP's Charles day with desma reports that's the message from the European. Union calling in Washington to simplify rules for the export of its liquefied natural gas if it wants. The twenty nation blocked by more than Donald Trump and European Commission president Janka agreed last month to start talks intended to achieve zero tariffs and zero subsidies on non automotive industrial goods the also agreed to. Build more terminals to.

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"president janka" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

09:07 min | 2 years ago

"president janka" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Fluid than we think that it's key cupping global growth, but the real rates may stay low about volatilities you'd know, it's too low. It just don't know when it's going to blow up isn't really about making money in the sense that people think investment. I fear that we are starting a multi decade bear market and bonds more volatility in the markets. Probably maybe a healthy thing. Bloomberg surveillance with Tom Keene and Johnson on Bloomberg radio from New York City for our audience worldwide. Good morning. Good morning. This is Bloomberg surveillance alongside tell cane. I'm Jonathan Farag an outrage on this Wednesday, President Trump meeting Europe's president Janka pushing to drop whole tariffs barriers at subsidies. Jemma business confidence slipping for a second month company's growing nervous about trade tensions and Deutsche Bank fixed income trading recording the week, his second quarter since the financial crisis, you price action this Wednesday morning shaping up as follows. Futures looking a little something like this, negative three on the s. and p. five hundred. Gal features negative twelve, in foreign exchange across the bulk achie- ten a weaker dollar story slightly weaker euro. Dollar doing not much at all where one sixteen ninety two, and pretty much. Unchanged on the session so far quick look at treasuries for ten years look a little something like this down by not. Even a basis point two to ninety four and a two year note yield plates and little bit. High bypass basis point two. Two point six four five two percent the news ass where come from earnings GM second quarter adjusted. EPS comes. In at. A dollar and eighty one cents the. Estimate one seventy seven they do count the, years adjusted EPS forecast though and another automobile company doing exactly the same as. Fiat Chrysler cutting the full year outlook for revenue and adjusted earnings before interest taxes as well fit crisis second quarter adjusted EBay, coming at one point six six billion, euros below the estimate of just over two billion euros. The stock down in the pre market, and in Milan trading but overshadowing all of that Tom Kaine. You've got a says the death of the full ac- Sergio. Marquee which announced this morning So many different ways to look at this to me and. John I think for instance was wonderful on it. Was just a history of already did for Fiat we remember Chrysler in America and our American audience remember how we came in. And I remember him on the. Floor of, the Detroit auto show in the magic that he had he saved the. Icon of Italy he say he and Chrysler ended, up saving and he saved Fiat and over four we forget the Turin was flat on its back and he came in and did the magic echoes of history in the, nineteen seventies when Italy was really. On its knees with. The far-left protesting shutting down the fat, trees and it was. The iconic Janica nearly that opened up, those factories got Italy, back to work really was to ring and I think for the first time really since, the days I think a lot, of people look, at surgery Mark Yoni as this sort of. Guy the store. Ward of Italian industry, a real rockstar and I think we use that word loosely some Times but. He Of the. International auto, scene and again as we talked to early version, boat in London he had an aesthetic which. You still see so this is a person we'll cover. Through the day you're Mr. Marc debt, at sixty six not surprising over the last. Number of days it's been very clear. How grievously ill he, was yeah So we move. On Story the tried storing the trade story and the president and his tweets and the president meeting with Janklow Yonker the European Union's President Saddam and saying the EU should drop Taras barriers and, subsidies with the blocks try shape some sets to present him with proposals in that direction in a crunch meeting in the, White House lights today and we're joined. By, Morgan Stanley legend now Stephen Roach university professor joins. Us in New. York, good morning professor we. We wait a minute Richard. Burner was a legend I hire, you hire Richard burner What does that make sense A father of. Alleged okay there we go They even slapped down this morning I'm professor what's the minimum condition of success from meeting like this today with the president of the United, States and the European Union. President meeting together there's there's. Not much, Jonathan the bar is pretty low, you know in the last twenty four. Hours the president has said tariffs are great and then he said. He wants to propose to, eliminate all tariffs so if there's so? Great why does he. Want to eliminate them they're a negotiating ploy is the master? Of the art of the deal right now the, art of the deal is giving us retaliation require subsidies by the US congress to. Deal with retaliation being directed at US farmers that, doesn't sound like, a great deal to me but you know well remains, to be seen where where we're headed here but but for a. Global. Interconnected world competing Not by countries. But by through supply chains. And distribution, of value added to multiple platforms, around the world this is a confusing. Perplexing challenging time was a lot of potential collateral damage along the. Way so we have the, situation in the moment with tariffs on? Automobiles and light trucks. Coming from Europe into the United States face a huge tariff? Then this just sort of the basic like autos, that we use to talking about where the European slap on a much bigger tariff. To the United States slaps on can we get, something done where, we remove those barriers to entry we remove those tariffs, on, what about the Olsen and light trucks Anything is possible But is this the way to? Get that done is the way? To reduce tariffs To to threaten, to raise the much higher than they have been? And disrupt the supply chains which Is the essence of the production platform for for this key. Industry so anything is possible but I wouldn't bet that this is the right way to get there do you just assume a GDP markdown me with all the fancy microeconomics Paul krugman's been great about, showing The different dynamics here. In the wedges and the you know the geometry of tariffs and taxes the answers GDP goes south right There's, no question that in my mind. The global trade which is gone From twenty and thirty to thirty three percent of world GDP over the last fifteen to. Twenty years has been an. Engine of growth for developing and developed, economies why global trade has been Flat Since the the crisis is a share of world. GDP and so that's made it challenging to to get world GDP back to its Pre-crisis growth rate and a global trade. Really starts to unwind right then. The headwinds become far. More severe and the GDP impacts will become more acute issue to d'etre Roche I know you're huge on Twitter we've got to respond have you respond rather to a presidential, tweet. This five, minutes ago every time I see a? Weak politician asking to stop trade talks or the use of terrorist counter unfair tariffs I wonder what. Can they be thinking question Mark are we. Just going. To continue and let our farmers and country get ripped off question. Mark lost eight hundred seventeen billion on trade last year no weakness exclamation point Well I I'm a broken record on this time the president plucks out trade as. If it. Occurs in. A vacuum as if, it's a result of the, way other countries. Treat us, poorly he doesn't get the fact that trade is the mere image of our need for surplus savings from abroad that requires us to run balance of payments and multilateral trade. Deficits last year with one hundred. And two countries that. Connection has never been made in the president's mind or in the mind of his advisors which is even more shocking because presumably he hires reasonably proficient policy advisors on the, economic. International finance, front you know they're afraid to talk? To them or they don't get it either which is or both very good Stephen Roach thank you. So much greatly appreciate with Yale University not. Enough time..

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"president janka" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"president janka" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Quite clear but often a lot of this will rest upon walt the feeling amongst the people is what's your feeling for how people might feel about becoming pot of the u this this to lots of people have caused a stakes that the people in the countries that are applying to join the opinion on the people in countries which come to members and commissioned a home the enlargement commissioner and president janka as well have said at that the european union is still suffering from enlargement fatigue after the old new members who arrived over the past decade altay i'm sadat's that's one bottle which is beyond the people in this region in terms of the people in the countries of this region in macedonia does a large majority here in favor of joining think you'd find the same in kosovo as well bosnia certainly would love to do that then you you look at serbia which in some ways isn't the best place to any of those countries to join the pin union and you consistently see survey suggesting it's about fifty fifty whether people really in favor of joining european union oh malt you'll running to the shine has gone off the union over the past few years in part because of the economic crisis them because of the situation with britain and then because of the reputation the european union has the busing people around without offering anything back in return and there's a battle to be won in serbia in terms of public opinion to be sure once the specs there'll be a few chom offensives on the horizon then guide alone thank you very much for.

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