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"sse" Discussed on Coin Stories with Natalie Brunell
"So you see the math doesn't really work out. This is fascinating. And it just really does go to show you how, when the speculation was at its height, when the money printer was going burr, how everything started to become like a tangled web of cross collateralization, too much leverage. This company that all of them hinge on one another success and on the price continuing to go in one direction. And then if we without that, it's quicksand, boom. Exactly. And so probably there's the three I say possible scenarios outside of what I just said like them just like trying to raise money is they could just restructure the loans with the genesis creditors. So if they wanted to both just give each other more runway, they could negotiate and work out a deal. To try to make it so that they both can survive. Because at this point, if genesis doesn't get money soon, they are going bankrupt. They're done if they don't get some money quick. And it just so happens that the number one borrower they have is DCG. And so DCG could try to raise the money the ways that I just said and inject some capital into genesis so that they could kind of fund some of their withdrawals that they suspended and keep things going a little bit. They could do things like negotiate with creditors to roll the debt into DCG warrants so that they would have a senior claim on the cash flow of the trust. And so by genesis creditors might find that attractive being like, all right, we can roll over our debt into DCG warrants and then we have the senior claim on the cash flow coming out of the trust. That might be enticing enough for them to do to kind of come up with some kind of solution where they could, both survive. And then the Goldilocks scenario for JBT holders. Is if grayscale went to the SEC and asked for a reg M relief. And what that would mean was that they would allow GBC shareholders to redeem shares of the underlying assets at a one to one ratio. So if reg M relief was approved by the SEC, the GBC discount would disappear overnight. And grayscale would be able to create and redeem shares and return the fund back to nav. Wow. So that would be ideal and the seat sse would need to approve in kind redemptions for shareholders to take custody of the underlying Bitcoin itself that they want. Are they pursuing that? Is grayscale pursuing that? So they're kind of pursuing that because they're trying to get the ETF. So if you think about a regular redemption, that's kind of what happened. So which is why I don't think it's really likely to happen because this is when it gets into the SEC. If they accepted this to help GBTC shareholders, let's be clear. They would come across as being supportive of the cryptocurrency industry at a time when for sure. It would be politically wrong. Yeah, they would be picking or not allowing one to lose. So wow. So do you think that there is more contagion though? I mean, we obviously know the issues with genesis and we don't know what's going to happen with that. But there are a lot of other crypto platforms out there that still, you know, people are speculating about whether it's crypto dot com or nexo or I don't even know the names of all of them, but do you see more dominoes potentially falling?
"sse" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Juggle. Oh yeah, big day for him, and a lot of questions coming from people here in the UK and from the markets globally. Yeah. Okay. This is Bloomberg. Now the paper review on Bloomberg daybreak Europe. The news you need to know from today's papers. D-Day for UK, taxes on the wealthy and the new age of austerity. Though some of the front pages in the papers on budget day here in the UK, let's dig into the details with Bloomberg's James Wilcox, good morning James. Good morning. Well, let's start with the FT. The world is watching today's budget. Yeah, those were Andrew Bailey's lines trail yesterday, he was saying that although we've repaired guilt markets, they're repairing credibility will take a lot longer and today is the first step as you just put it into a big day. But broadly the athlete out there are three main priorities for hunts now. There is restoring stability and confidence already mentioned. There is growth your previous guest Carl just mentioned and there is protecting those in need and hunt is going to thread the needle, pick your favorite metaphor insert here to try and balance these and the problem is is that there is no easy answers. Public finance has been shredded by the COVID-19 crisis, the Ukraine war and years of sluggish growth in rising debt costs and so the FT are sort of saying that at this point we kind of wait to see not just the quantity of fiscal halls both of the shape of them will we stretch this out of the 5 years instead of three years with the fiscal rule, how exactly is hunt going to kind of spread the pain in a way that keeps the UK economy running? Yeah, absolutely. I mean, I think you've missed one element, which is that this also has to land with voters. How is this because you could end up with writing the fiscal ship in Britain, but then losing the next general election that has to take place in under two years. So that's the FT story. Meanwhile, the times are doing some interesting reporting on windfall taxes. Yes. I mean, we'll come back to that unpopular element, Caroline, but this is the more nerdy weed elements are here. You've got me, so of course I'm bringing out the nerdy wrist, but unintended consequences of some of these tax rises, if you put up tax, it may discourage investment. The times have gotten it in an interview with the SSE, the largest renewable electricity portfolio in the UK and Ireland. And their CEO is saying they've already looked again at some investments. And if windfall taxes were to go up, which is something labor pushing for, they would re scrutinize their plans. And finally, look, we got to get to this story. The telegraph are incensed about vegan, ice cream. Yes, I'll be quick. We talk about unpopularity. The telegraph have tunneled up all of the wastage in the government and have said some of it is frivolous. Now the problem is a lot of the small stuff is on vegan ice cream. Some of the biggest stuff, 10 billion is on COVID support schemes. Ah, okay. Thanks so much, James. With the look at the newspapers, if we go live to Westminster and joining our UK correspondent Lizzie burden in a moment, this is Bloomberg. One 45. It's a holiday story. It's a family story. It's a story
"sse" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Strategy, strategist, rather a BlackRock investment institute. Vic, what's your take on this? What does it mean for how useful or concerning China can be to the rest of the world economy? The big picture here for China if you're an international investor is trying to second guess what the authorities are doing is more difficult in an environment where effectively they're not just purely prioritizing economic growth. And I think that is the environment that we're in here. Clearly being over the last couple of years, the shift in terms of the broad policy in terms of not just prioritizing pure economic growth, but more common prosperity. And I think as an international investor, trying to sort of see that for what it is means that you might have to associate a little bit of a higher risk premium when you're thinking about investing in Chinese assets. So what you're telling me is that it could be volatile that we could see a stop and start of the Chinese economy over a couple of quarters. I think the other news clearly from China that's been incrementally positive has been clearly the idea of the relaxation from the very sort of stringent zero COVID policy. So I think clearly there are some reasons to kind of anticipate some element of rebound. But I think for us, it doesn't really materially shift the bigger picture in terms of it was already factored in to our expectations of growth in the coming year. They will be more positive next year than it was this year. That won't be hard to do, but I think the bigger picture here is that there are still some material headwinds. Here, more conversations like this one on Bloomberg television, streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app, or check your local cable listings. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. Quick take. This is a Bloomberg business flash. This is a Bloomberg business flash, and let's have a look where we are on the European equity market picture. We did see a little bit of strength coming through across various markets at the start of trade, and we still see a bit of that, but net net we are flat on the stock 600. The FTSE 100 adding some downside weight this morning to European equity performance. The Kat Karan is up by three tenths of a percent, though, the zodiacs fairly flat up by just a tenth of a percent. The best performing sector is the utility sector and actually when you look at the sector breakdown, we're actually half and half, half the half the sector is moving higher and half of them moving lower. Interesting that drax group centric and SSE are all moving higher despite a lot of talk in the UK about whether there might be further taxation on that particular sector, banks also doing pretty well autos and parts also moving higher. Telecoms is the worst performing sector down by four tenths of 1%
"sse" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Could get cheaper energy there. So it could make it more dynamic network which would be really, really interesting. National grid and SSE both said that they're looking at these plans and reviewing them. They all drop proposals, but certainly something to consider for the UK energy market. Charles at this time yesterday, you confessed to us that you regularly forget your mother's birthday. There be today. Exactly. But thanks to moon pig, you are usually reminded and the company has published its latest results. Exactly, exactly. And it seems like I'm sustaining that company quite well. They say there's been no material impact on their gross margin rate from inflation and this is really interesting because moon pig of course is a company that not only has a customer base, but it also has a supply chain and physical costs that I need to do and things like paper, for example. If we look at the costs of logs, I remember seeing a hot headline a couple of a couple of months ago, you know, the cost of a lot of crossed over a $1000 or something like that. And I know there has been a bit of a shortage in this industry, but they say there has been no material impact from inflation. They've actually raised their margin outlook for the year after they've bought buy a gift, which is a gifting and experience gifting company. What they have said is that they have seen an increase in shipping costs, but that has been offset by higher stamp prices which in turn has been passed on to the consumer and actually I think it is worth mentioning in that any high inflationary environment like the one that we're seeing now. If a company is not seeing an impact on their margin, then they're probably increasing prices, but whether that's necessarily leading to a reduction in volumes in terms of the amount of cards that they're selling, maybe not it's relatively price inelastic. Exactly. Exactly. Yeah, well, people need to
"sse" Discussed on Telecom Reseller
"sse" Discussed on Telecom Reseller
"Well, I think that I think obviously there's a there's a reality of a hybrid workforce. I mean, that's not going to change. There are going to be companies that are going to be on one on either end of the spectrum there, and there will be many companies that operate within the across the spectrum where it's allowed you're allowed to work in any way that you'd like, but you need to be in the office two days a week or something. For example, I can get that is that's become a reality. And the second shooter drop on all this is the security vulnerabilities that that introduces and so now that becomes absolutely mandatory because all of those people that are remote are running over the Internet, this whole concept of encrypted VPCs back to the headquarter location. That was shown to be a bankrupt idea during the pandemic because there were so many issues. Somebody performance issues that occurred with those types of solutions. The next obvious stage is zero trust. And the second shooter drop is going to be when there is this realization of the exposure, the security vulnerabilities that this new model introduces, there'll be a second wave or another rush to finding a solution that addresses that. And that's zero trust as part of sassy. And so that's what I mean in terms of the watershed this year next year, there'll be a realization of, hey, we need to get this deployed either we were hacked. We had to pay ransomware. So now we absolutely need to have a solution. I need to go to the board of directors and explain to them how this is not going to happen again. Or I'm going to do proper planning, and I'm going to put in a solution that's going to make sure that I don't get. I'm not the next one to be marginalized with that..
"sse" Discussed on Telecom Reseller
"And what that allows the business to do is to actually the system can now maintain whether or not that individual is operating in the safe manner. Have they done something superhuman and went from New Jersey to Hong Kong in 13 seconds. In other words, they showed up in Hong Kong, but we just authenticated them in New Jersey. We know something's wrong. We can go through a re authentication process is that still persists. We can ask them to reset their password if they're trying to access content that they shouldn't be accessing. It doesn't make sense for their profile. We can shut that down and ask them to re authenticate under those circumstances also. So if you've deployed SD WAN, it's a great opportunity to expand and roll out sassy, not just in those branch offices in the home offices, but to all the users, all your employees, all of your partners, all of your contractors, and be able to support them no matter where they go around the world. They're still part of the network. They'll tell the access to all the SaaS applications cloud applications, need even private data centers. So it's a great way to migrate it to that. It's really where the business is going. If you don't do it today, you will definitely be doing it in three to 5 years. Absolutely. And if you're doing it in three to 5 years, I think you're going to be behind. Now, today's announcement is about a little bit about, I guess, European distribution of your product, but tell me a little bit more about your distribution globally. Absolutely. So versa offers our sassy solution via telcos carriers, MSPs, service providers, along with bars, resellers, system integrators, we also offer the service direct, but that's a very, very small that's the exception versus the norm. A little more than half of our business goes through one of these service providers, like a cult, for example, and the remainder of the business goes through bars, system integrators, and resellers. All of those businesses have two macro options with our solution. One is they.
"sse" Discussed on Telecom Reseller
"There's about 15 of them, and they can deploy it as one single offer to their customer base. So let's dive into this a little bit deeper. First of all, you know, it's interesting. You're literally a sassy company. It's what you focus on. If that's correct, why sassy? Well, Doug, it is really the, it's where the market is headed. And the driver here is really a couple of factors, and they've been exacerbated throughout the pandemic. One of these factors is the shift of applications and services and compute and storage and resources from an on premises model. You look ten, 15, 20 years ago, where most businesses most enterprises had all those things operating within maybe one, two or three data centers. That has changed dramatically. Now those services are running in the cloud. And they could be in hundreds or thousands of locations when you look at a large enterprise. So that's one dimension. And one change that's happened. Over the last decade or so and was really, I would say accelerated over the last two and a half years. The second driver here is where all the employees and customers and clients and partners are of these businesses, these enterprises, they've also moved from traditionally maybe a few dozen or a few hundred offices, branch offices, regional offices, campus offices, to now being broadly distributed around the globe. They could be in a coffee shop. It could be working from home. They could be in the park, literally their office is where they are at that at that moment. And that's changed dramatically. So that's created this model where the applications are everywhere. The individuals accessing and utilizing those applications are everywhere. But the network that has supported that in the past, a traditional binary network is no longer able to provide the security and connectivity to that framework that we have today. And so you need something completely different and sassy, delivers that. It is actually completely pervasive. It's a.
"sse" Discussed on Telecom Reseller
"This is dark green and I'm the publisher of telecom reseller, and today we have with us Mike wood, who's the CMO, aversa, Mike, thank you for joining me today. Thank you for having me, Doug. You guys have a very important sassy related announcement. We're going to be jumping into that in just a second. But really quickly, first of all, what is versa? Versa is a sassy company, which is secure access service edge. We deliver security and networking via the cloud on premises or as a blended combination of both of those. And our customers include some of the very largest fortune 50 fortune 100. The company is very large enterprises, mid sized enterprises, all the way down to small, medium businesses, Doug. Well, with that in mind, apparently you guys have just a few hours ago came out with a big announcement. Tell us about it. That's correct. Yeah, we're excited actually colt announced that they are standardizing and will be again offering and selling versus sassy. As part of their total offer for their services. So we're very excited about that. Now who is colt? Coal to is a carrier based they're based in Europe. And they offer services throughout Europe and I think they even offer some services beyond that geography. They are really quite an innovative carrier telecom provider, service provider. There are typically ahead of the technology curve and the innovation curve. And they offer the offer their services and hammock services for quite some time now throughout that region. Both security services, networking services, I think they even offer, of course, unified communication services and many other services also Doug. So this is a pretty competitive market. Why do you think cold picked you guys? Well, I think what we're finding is that the sassy market or secure access service edge market really works much better when that platform and that solution is completely integrated. And what I mean by that, Doug, is that all the security services and all the networking services are integrated as one offer. And they're operating within a single operating system. They have consistent and common policy that's applied and deployed across the entire platform. It can be managed through one single interface, one single pane of glass. And it can be totally deployed via the cloud or on premises or a blended combination of both of those. And colt, I know went through quite an extensive analysis of solutions that are available out there, and they.
"sse" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
"Book on my blog. So we'll share that in the show notes, tango and WordPress dot com. And your podcast is always a highlight of the week. Thank you so much. Message from Instagram on Instagram from Paul in Leicester. Hi Chris, just wondered if you'd come across this page yet. It's a queer for talk about who travels to the states to document trans youth in their sportive families in states where anti trans legislation has been passed. The story is a heartwarming and inspiration. And I think people would get a lot out of it. Well, Paul, that's much appreciative of you. So it's an Instagram profile called Jesse, JE SSE, frieden FRE, and photographer author queer human. Wonderful. Well, again, check it out, everyone. Then we've got another one. Some more good news from Australia. So anish wrote in with some good news queer news from Australia and it's written in with another email saying more good news. My voice went quite so high. Hi, darling Chris and team. Hi darling anush. This week, the Aussie mega bank ANZ has announced it is introducing paid gender affirm affirmation leave and allow trans folk to be able to increase self care. From our SBS news app, a and Z has joined other companies such as coals, causes a big supermarket over there. If anyone who doesn't know Australia or isn't in Australia listening, calls, loved it, used to get lovely food. An Allianz that offers similar incentives to their employees. We have decided to formalize gender affirmation leave and give people 6 weeks of paid leave and up to a total of 12 months unpaid leave to affirm their gender. Miss McDonald told SBS news, this is fantastic. And that could be anything for medical affirmation to legal affirmation which could include changing one's name to social affirmation where someone changes the way they present themselves because we know there's no.
"sse" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is Bloomberg daybreak Europe We will continue on a remorseless mission to squeeze Russia from the global economy peace by piece day by day and week by week We're dealing with an individual who doesn't play by the rules So I've always been very clear by the fact that he gets so far It is indeed a very dangerous moment It is basically the rewriting of the security system that we've known in Europe since the end of the Cold War Bloomberg daybreak Europe on Bloomberg radio Good morning from London I'm Tom Mackenzie You're listening to daybreak Europe live on London DAB digital radio We check your markets for you every 15 minutes You're seeing gains across the European equity space There's optimism as we look ahead to talks between Ukrainian and Russian officials in Istanbul Is that confidence misplaced We will see as they start those conversations for the first time in two weeks meeting face to face You're seeing gains of around 1% across the benchmark European stock 600 You did have a positive handoff from Wall Street the S&P 500 three straight days of gains and then NASDAQ performing very strongly tech coming in higher in the session in Wall Street In terms of how things break down index by index the cat care hunt is gaining almost one and a half percent over in Germany You're seeing gains of 1.2% And in the UK a slightly more muted but still in positive territory up 7 tenths of a percent one story there Barclays and a bond kerfuffle is weighing on that particular share price and pricing a block trade as well We'll get more details on that particular story in the next few minutes In terms of the bond markets keeping a firm eye and what's happening there the sell off continues your U.S. two year at 2.4 at 2.4 up another 8 basis points So the route in these bond markets continues the U.S. tenure at two 49 were watching to see whether that toos and tens yield curve will invert some believe that could happen in the next day or two in terms of what's happening in the European space across bonds You're seeing the guilt the ten year guilt up 5 basis points the German bundt at positive 62 at 5 basis points in Italy's BTPs also selling off currently at two 16 for your Italian tenure up 6 basis points commodities and focus This is providing some relief as well The equities markets you're seeing a bit of a leg up for Brent at 8 tenths of a percent but the broader picture in the last few days has been lower for commodities and concern about demand in China particularly amid a lockdown in Shanghai gold is currently low by a tenth of a percent That is the shape of the markets at 9 o'clock London time as again we weigh up The geopolitics the war in Ukraine at the Central Bank focus on inflation and whether or not that weighs on growth Let's bring in Charles cable at this point then to drill down on some particular UK stories M and a announcements earnings with the London rush Bloomberg breaking news that has a chance capable Charles we did have an update update from one of the big energy players here in the UK the SSE group and it's around renewables and an uptick in what they're seeing in terms of renewable output Exactly So they said that the weather conditions have improved since their last update and that means that the shortfall in what they previously estimated in their renewable sources has decreased from 19% below its plan to 12% below its plan And that's also combined with good performance from their Thermo and hydro plants So that's obviously related to also the gas prices which we've seen at elevated levels at the moment They say that they've managed their credit and collateral requirements as a result of the more volatile and elevated gas prices and prices as a result of the Russian invasion of Ukraine And as a result of that they have been able to increase their full year guidance adjusted EPS they're going from at least 90% 90 pence per share to a range of 92 to 97 pence per share Their shares are off about 1% this morning I was like good news there for SSE And what about Barclays different story there Exactly Well Barclays they had a top shareholder selling a stake in their company Now that was done through a block trade And those shares were priced this morning at one pound 50 per share Now that's a discount of about 6 and a half percent It isn't clear who this seller is And that's a great mystery but they were sold via Goldman Sachs Now yesterday the book runner said that they were offering about 575 million shares and combined with that placing price That would make it worth about 6 862 million pounds So a really significant stake in Barclays Now the secondary placings have started to trickle in in recent days There was a bit of a pause in the secondary replacing market at the beginning of the year But now they have started to come in and we're seeing some large stakes being sold on the market Buckley shares down about as much as 5.7% last time I checked Okay so from one of the big lenders here in the UK to the broader mortgage market what are we seeing there Exactly Well bellway is a home builder And they have released their first half results so they had revenue which matched it matched estimates but they are referring more to the mortgage market generally and they say it's supportive and that's despite those modest rises in interest rates and also the ongoing cost of living pressures Now they also say that the cost inflation is due to be offset by higher house prices So that in those inflation pressures won't necessarily affect them as much Now we are expecting more data on mortgage approvals in about 25 minutes from the Bank of England So they will be interested to look at and see how that tallies with bellway's report this morning Chance thank you very much indeed just capable with the London rush more than these stories read the London rush on Bloomberg dot com and of course on the terminal Okay let's get more of today's top stories then with Hannah George Good morning Tom Thank you Let's start here in the UK where it's understood 20 fines may be handed out to people involved in the Downing Street party gate scandal today Bloomberg's year in pots has all the details Bloomberg understands that detectives are about to issue at least 20 fixed penalty notices to government officials close to the prime minister following gatherings in Downing Street during lockdown The fines which could come as soon as today follow the Met's investigation into reports of numerous boozy parties during periods where restrictions made them illegal Boris Johnson has repeatedly said he was assured that no rules were broken We understand today's fines are not likely to include one for the prime minister himself in London I'm you and Potts pinball daybreak Europe With the war in Ukraine now in its second month delegations from Russia and Ukraine Istanbul for the first face to face talks in more than two weeks Turkey's president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan welcomed the negotiators and says an immediate ceasefire would be in the interest of all sides Every.
"sse" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is Bloomberg daybreak Europe We will continue on a remorseless mission to squeeze Russia from the global economy peace by piece day by day and week by week We're dealing with an individual who doesn't play by the rules So I've always been very clear by the fact that although he goes so far It is indeed a very dangerous moment It is basically the rewriting of the security system that we've known in Europe since the end of the Cold War Bloomberg daybreak Europe on Bloomberg radio Good morning from London ainana Edwards you're listening to great Europe live on London DAB digital radio I'm joined this hour just by Bloomberg quick take correspondent Alex Webb a little birdie told me you nearly forgot Alex I mean I'm not saying I didn't forget Let's put it that way Which is very nice to have you here Good morning everyone I should be exciting So good to have Alex with us especially as we've seen some recovery in tech stocks from their year to date losses Certainly I'm thinking of Amazon which is actually managed to turn positive year to date We'll get into that conversation perhaps a little bit later Let's just check the data for you We do that every 15 minutes here on Bloomberg radio and we're just starting the European training day of course it's just gone 8 o'clock here in London so let's do that right now The stock 600 up by 9 tenths of 1% The FTSE 100 up by 8 tenths of a percent the cat Carolina up by 1.3% the zetro Dax yet to open but we would expect to see better gains for those continental European markets that have maybe been more beaten up today seems to be a day where we have some appetite for risk at global assets global risk assets maybe not on the move to the upside Certainly that was the case in the Asia session MSCI Asia Pacific up by 8 tenths of 1% and U.S. futures pointing to the upside but only there by around two tenths of 1% so even he's down NASDAQ futures up by around two tenths We see moves lower in oil prices and that seems to be something that was seen as a comfort to Asian equities even though one of the drivers for the lower oil prices is growth headwinds in China due to lockdowns around Shanghai but the Brent oil price down by 8 tenths of a percent at $111 and 65 cents that is where we trade there A big focus on the yield curve over in the United States We talk a lot about which parts of the yield curve have been flattening and then inverting recently while the focus today is on Tuesdays and we have not seen inversion there yet but we are getting close so the two year yield is at 2.39% which is not all that far below the ten year yield In fact 7 basis points below the ten year yield which stands at 2.47% So if we did see that invert could that be a negative signal for the U.S. with what kind of lead time those are the kind of conversations we will get into this hour The dollar is on the back foot down around an 8th of a percent on the dollar index at the pound is fairly stable really upper tenth of a percent against the U.S. dollar one 31 and the Euro is up two tenths of a percent against a weakening dollar A lot of the movement though in FX markets of late has been around the yen we saw big weakening down to a 7 year low on the yen yesterday Well today the yen regains a little bit of that but isn't really moving all that much up around three tenths of a percent on the year at one 23 the handle there So that's a quick check of the markets Alex Yes let's get some more on the stocks we need to be watching this morning We've got Bloomberg's Lisa fam here in the studio Good morning Lisa The UK's competition markets authority has blocked the proposed merger between the Finnish companies cargo tech and Kona craze It has more about that Yes so the CMAs investigation has identified substantial competition concerns such as the supply of a wide range of container handling equipment products to give this a bit of context that proposed deal was announced in October 2020 and the intention was to create a company that would offer a full slate of material flow solutions Both companies are competing closely for business in the UK so a merger between the two would mean that UK customers would have few remaining alternative suppliers according to the CMA Now Morgan Stanley analysts have called the divergence between the CMA's decision and that of the European Commission which approved the deal last month as surprising so we might see a bit of pullback from the shares Yeah it's interesting We're certainly seeing them both on the move but pulling in different directions in fact owned cranes up by 2.6% in a Helsinki and cargo tech moving to the downside by 2.3% in Helsinki will keep an eye on that one Tell me about what's going on at Barclays We don't have an opening share price for Barclays That's not a surprise perhaps as we have a big block trade going through Yeah so there's a shareholder that was telling about 575 million shares in this block trade and the price range was equivalent to an 8.1% to a 6.1% discount to Monday's close Now the identity of the seller hasn't yet been disclosed but to put this into context 575 million shares is a more than 3% stake in the company and only four shared shareholders only some amount of shares according to data compiled by Bloomberg The shares had fallen 14% before news of the share sale this year So we might see some more weakness And finally we're going to talk about an energy company SSE the company that used to be Scottish and sudden electric raised its 2022 adjusted earnings per share outlook Yeah so the company upgraded its full year earnings outlook after its gas and hydro plants benefited from higher power prices because of the disruption that's being caused by Russia's war in Ukraine So SSE now expects full year adjusted earnings per share to be in the range of between 92 pence and 97 pence And that's compared with the previous guidance of at least 90 pence And listen Morgan Stanley and Jeffree's both seek consensus estimates being increased as a result of Tuesday's update And at the moment there's a broader question around whether there'll be an acceleration of the energy transition and whether SSC will stand to benefit So today's results are quite interesting in terms of this broader context And the capital expenditure required for that the share price of SSE up by one and a half percent then this morning Lisa thank you very much Bloomberg's Lisa fam joining us here in our London studio Let's take a broader look at the stories away from the markets perhaps We'll get an update on what's going on in Ukraine but here with the latest first on UK politics here's Bloomberg ski and garands And a good morning to you and thank you yes and as you mentioned we're just going to start right here in the UK where there's understood 20 fines may be handed out to people involved in the party Gates scandal at darling street today Bloomberg's UN Potts has all those details Bloomberg understands that detectives are about to issue at least 20 fixed penalty notices the government officials are close to the prime minister following gatherings in Downing Street during lockdown The fines which could come as soon as today follow the Met's investigation into reports of numerous boozy parties during periods where restrictions made them illegal Boris Johnson has repeatedly said he was assured that no rules were broken We understand today's fines are not likely to include one for the prime minister himself In London I'm you and Potts pinball daybreak Europe Now to the war with the war now in its second month delegations from Russia and Ukraine are in Istanbul for the first face to face talks in more than two weeks Turkey's president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan says an immediate ceasefire would be in the interest of all sides but the British foreign secretary Liz truss is remaining cautious and once sanctions to remain enforced until Moscow withdraws its troops.
"sse" Discussed on Gun & Gear Review Podcast
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