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Saudi Aramco profit falls 25% but dividend in line with planned payout for year

Bloomberg Surveillance

02:21 min | 1 year ago

Saudi Aramco profit falls 25% but dividend in line with planned payout for year

"M. oil declined as al circulated over Saudi Arabia's ability to implement additional pledged production cuts the kingdom says it will pump seven and a half million barrels a day next month about a million barrels below it's official opened plus output target and the lowest level for eighteen years as discussed this with the nasdaq senior energy director Tom R. as in our Tom are great to have you back so we have seen the rise in oil prices in the regular New York session but then those gains being raised what does this tell us about how big the supply glut is at the moment and how much Saudi Arabia's latest moves could help I I think that the market was a little taken aback by Saudi's announcement today we're only eleven days into what led the historic agreement in terms of the duration and the degree of class and already they're cutting further so it was sort of a negative indicator in terms of a weaker that they're seeing on the demand side more broadly I do think that the oil fundamentals are improving a little bit from a low base and we see that reflected in the price you know what I am quite a bit over the last couple sessions although not today I think that the compliant being brain games you're more interviews like this one on Bloomberg television streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings market headline breaking news twenty four hours a day at work dot com business please visit Bloomberg business slash and I'm here in Moscow U. S. stock index futures are edging higher this morning European stocks gaining this as investors take in stride an uptick in corona virus infections in several nations and signs of fresh trade tension oil is advancing we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S. and P. futures up about eleven points Dow futures of a hundred sixteen nasdaq futures up thirty two attacks in Germany is up three tenths of a percent ten year treasury that'll change your point seven zero percent the yield on the two year point one seven percent NYMEX crude oil is up almost five percent of a dollar nineteen to twenty five thirty three a barrel comics gold is a half percent or eight dollars thirty cents at seventeen oh six ten an ounce the euro one point oh eight

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"seven zero percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"seven zero percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bank earnings in particular coming up we are going to be talking about that plus we're gonna be taking a look at Macy's makeover what the retailer can do to shore up its balance sheet right now they'll let us head over to our own John Tucker and go just to bring you a headline right now all the UAW GM talks with the strike there might be some movement getting word that the GM see was entered the room with you a W. to go see others might be about to announce something as far as stocks right now all the major averages they are higher up about half a percent via strong earnings reports that we got from JP Morgan chase United health Johnson and Johnson that's easing concerns about the fallout from a prolonged US China trade war on corporate America still student galloping capital markets does include much is changed at all on the chair do you treat front we get a commitment not to engage in acts of mutually assured destruction but it really doesn't solve a lot of the longer run the issue here that are that are in play Elizabeth for cancer the worst poorly profit performance in about three years companies with industrial companies among those more at risk from the tree to dispute and the early go missing bank of America up about two tenths of a percent right now JP Morgan chase that's up one point eight percent as far as the overall index is it has to be five hundred fifteen points higher we're twenty nine eighty one the Dow Jones industrial average of one hundred thirty six points that's a twenty six thousand nine hundred twenty three evidence that could possibly index up forty five points that's up six tenths of a percent eight thousand nine before ten year yield in the U. S. one point seven zero percent then we check the markets for you every fifteen ministry tricky right here Bloomberg radio on job sucker that is your Bloomberg business flash John Tucker thank you.

"seven zero percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"seven zero percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We still have an hour to go before we get to China markets opening up and also Hong Kong now the justice department intends to investigate Facebook so we'll get you some details on that Facebook shares have gained a little bit in the after hours session so that's quite interesting the teachers are still pointing higher here in the Asia Pacific details on markets coming up shortly but for now the top stories well the United States is slapping new sanctions on Chinese companies for transporting Iranian oil the US is calling it one of the largest section actions the US is ever taken against entities and individuals for this one of the companies is Costco shipping and it cools the sanctions the wrong way if president trump telling reporters today that the US China trade deal could happen sooner than you think in the meantime there's word that Chinese companies are preparing to buy more pork that says Beijing battles domestic shortages and as the US and China get ready for high level trade talks next month well we were talking earlier with use of about say global market strategist at I. N. T. L. S. C. storm financial and we asked him about the possibility of seeing a trade deal soon and he says he's not really a believer say that a deal with China's coming sooner than we think I mean I think we heard that in March we heard that it may we heard that in July we heard that in August it's more incredible to me at this point and they also JP Morgan chase CEO Jamie Dimon saying that when not likely to see a trade deal until twenty twenty there was some progress in US Japan trade talks with president trump and Japan's prime minister signing a preliminary deal today I'm honored to be. along side my great friend prime minister abi fan. only announcer first stage of a phenomenal new trade agreement with our close ally they've been a great friend and the prime minister that has been my great friend. and the deal aims to cut tariffs on a broad range of products the two sides have agreed to try to sign something substantial within months wearing Goldman Sachs is cutting a disclosure to self bank we get more from Bloomberg Denise Pellegrini that's right sources say Goldman seeking to unload a portion of its stake in a credit line it helped arrange for softbank's vision fund is credit lines up to more than three billion dollars softbank's image kind of tarnish this week partly because of the stalled IPO of one of its biggest wagers I'm talking about we work and we did get word today that we works IPO may actually be put off until next year meantime softbank also facing fresh doubts over the sale of its debt laden mobile phone company sprint Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg taper catia let's get a close up look at the markets here in the Asia Pacific how they are moving and grooving here's Doug Christie Brian let's begin with the Facebook store you alluded to that moments ago the department of justice is intending to investigate Facebook apparently after some prodding by the U. S. Attorney General William Barr now the company we know is already being probed by the Federal Trade Commission so now if this comes to pass with the DOJ to federal agencies will in essence be looking at whether Facebook harm to competition in violation of federal anti trust laws and as you indicated stock had been pushing up in other late New York session we work we were talking about this earlier likely to postpone that I. P. O. until next year now comes word from the F. T. that softbank group is said to be discussing whether to increase its pledge a hundred and fifty billion into we work as the eight day makes of abate basically a change in strategy the terms would require I know a warrant agreement that would be reached with the company right now we're seeing a the end strength in a bit one oh seven sixty two against the dollar we were down quite a bit in the New York session the Nikkei is higher now by four tenths of one. sent the cost be better by four tenths of one percent and in Sydney the ASX two hundred is down a tenth of one percent U. S. ten year treasury shot up in yield terms by more than eight basis points in the New York session we were last quoted around one seventy three in Tokyo now we have dropped nearly three basis points to one point seven zero percent on the U. S. ten year and in crude oil we have W. T. I. right now in the electronic session at fifty six sixty three I'm Doug Christian or at the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York Juliet thank you Douglas the coal summary of the presidential conversation between the presidents of the U. S. in Ukraine was released all sides are commenting we've got to get that set now with.

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"seven zero percent" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"seven zero percent" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I've even listened to none of those have ever made me want to none of those who may be angry enough influence me too violent. Mullets get back to the phone was has is police dash cam videos excellent point michael. We've got john calling from california wants to talk about video games. That's on topic john your own free talk live. Hello <hes> so what you guys were talking about. Earlier really really interested me so i thought video games are really blue. I think they should be. I think video games a lot a lot of time than people your show on twitch correct yeah. That's primarily gaming streaming platform yeah but now all games are bad. How many are well. How many are i am not exactly. How many facet percentage can you give me a rough number to stick. Ten in nineteen. Percent of your games are bad. That's one seven no kevin kevin. Seventy seven zero percent of video games are bad. Mario presumably light mario kart kid-friendly kind against what about super smash brothers. I think that if they game racist i've never heard it characterized us racists before further with your thesis because there is no black people in the game okay. I can't say your people if people say there's a black person it's a racist joke because everything monkey interesting. I've never heard anyone say that except for this guy. I've never played that game so i don't even know what super smash brothers is but ah game of all of the nintendo characters and popular video game characters in a fighting game together fighting against talking about sonic being white well sonic is blue right. I don't think he is. I think he's blue. He is literally blew. Yes well. How can a video game be racist racist. If it has a blue guy at it well he he's right. There are no black gaming characters spotlighted in super. Smash brothers doesn't make as well. It's largely because because you know the overall trend in video games is that you're not going to find any popular black protagonists in other video games but that's its own separate problem from super smash brothers series itself all right well anyway john. Thank you so much for the call us an interesting discussion no lesson clearly clearly a lot of people are vested in the subject of how video games influence people more more potent because they are products of the same society that they you think onto influence you know i think that's where people start to get into the real problems with video games and movies and all that like you're not going to see a lot of l._g._b._t. People in ninety s movies right right but what we're ninety movies keeping l._g._b._t. People down well. No they were products of the society has l._g._b._t. People came became more and more accepted. You started seeing them roy moore in movies mountain. I mean that was that that was the ninety s l._g._b._t. Was yes that was like two thousand four two thousand five. I'm which one was the one from the ninety seven. I don't know okay matthew broderick torch song trilogy back in the eighties. I don't know what that is mark while you'd have to go watch eight five five four five zero three seven three three. What do you think about video games..

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"seven zero percent" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:55 min | 2 years ago

"seven zero percent" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And the listeners of take you eating the mild night right now San Francisco fifty nine degrees and tomorrow and the next day sunshine temperatures in the seventies around the city up to the low nineties or mid nineties inland it's KQED public radio this is one a I'm Joshua Johnson in Washington it is always happy hour somewhere or at least that's what you told us pretty much Friday Saturday Sunday Caitlyn other times I drink about two glasses of wine or beer a week I have a lot of fruit that I grow I often make wine I'm a beer drinker that's all I ever drink when I get off at six in the morning no matter where I am the world at that time to be Texas to build or look at the Louisiana I'll go out not try to find somewhere that serve alcohol and day when we have our Sunday pasta dinners I have a little glass of wine and a book club once a month they may have one or two classes but I generally don't drink beyond that because I end up crying my husband and I did not drink alcohol and tell our kids left for college and then we took it up I must say with a vengeance we thoroughly enjoyed having a glass or two three of one in the evening and something we really look forward to I would not want to have to do without it according to the latest national survey on drug use and health seventy percent seven zero percent of American adults drink with that stat in mind we're doing something a little different today we're picking up on a conversation that's was started by our public radio colleagues on the podcast death sex and money from W. NYC in New York it recently had an episode called bottled up host and a sale asked Americans to think out loud about why they drink the show got a lot of feedback and it was far more nuanced than just drinkers verses teetotaler when I get to a place where I realized that like that is becoming my short cut to self care if feeling buzz at the end of the day is the only way that I am achieving that that personal space for myself like that's the problem another alcoholic I don't consider myself an alcoholic I like to abuse alcohol but I don't have all the crazy symptoms of of alcoholism and drinking to a bottom you know every everything that's associated with that joining us now is Anna sailed the host of death sex and money from W. NYC and welcome back to the program thanks so much for having me and NPR in Washington is Jane o'donnell health and health policy reporter for USA today Jane welcome nice to be here and how did this episode of death sex and money come about well it was a combination of things I was on maternity leave earlier this year so in my life I am just getting back to drinking alcohol after my second pregnancy right stand from alcohol for nine to ten months so I've been thinking about my relationship to alcohol and while I was out we had an episode hosted by Jason Isbell the musician and he interviewed his best friend will Welch who is the editor of G. Q. and they talked about how they both came to deciding to be sober and to stop drinking and and that they decided to stop drinking kind of in different ways I'm not let us to be curious to ask our listeners what how they feel about their relationship with alcohol in their life that was the question we asked we asked something that we hope would prompt a little bit of reflection and not the sort of black and white story telling that you often get when you're when you are collecting stories about alcohol the sort of big party and celebrate Torre's stories or the stories about how alcohol ruined ruined your life those are both really legitimate stories but we wanted to get a little bit more into the nuances of the choices people are making what about alcohol was on your mind and if during your second pregnancy oh my gosh with my second pregnancy more so than my first I noticed after becoming apparent that that glass of wine after I'd worked a full day of work and put the top of the bad that glass of wine with my husband was something I really messed and it wasn't just the sort of social aspect of sitting with my husband and talking which is nice it was also the affect on my body of the way it dealt with that sort of top layer of stress and help me let go of that and so when I was pregnant and not drinking I was like whoa I'm using this I'm noticing that I don't have this tool and I have to create some other things to distract myself from this I need to be more attentive to my exercise routines I need to think about breathing exercises to to do that de stressing at the end of the day instead of just pouring that glass of wine and that wasn't something that that I was as aware of when when I when I have my first pregnancy the second pregnancy I missed it so and that's a bit about your relationship with alcohol Gino Donald could you tell us about what your relationship with alcohol is like you've written about that in USA today right right and the reason I wrote about my own history with alcohol which was that I gave I quit drinking twenty seven years ago and I'll get back to that one second is that I started to I started to think about that more as I was hearing while covering health what a what what the uptake ones that do that women in middle age in their fifties what where it was happening to them the deaths were way up I was in at an association of health care journalist conference and I was at two different panels one was talking about how the deaths were way up another talked about how binge drinking middle aged people showing up at the emergency room without for with alcohol since symptoms and I don't mean people who are getting in car crashes people who had also had to have their stomachs drained of the fluid from that from that really severe effects of alcohol so that that got me thinking because I was shot Oct that people were still drinking like that I was drinking like that in the eighties in Washington everybody was drinking at lunch and things word we're different I just didn't think that kind of thing was still going on and as an aside and two women in my home town where my now home town and from a hand in Connecticut but I live in McLean Virginia now and two women I'm also in middle age quite frankly drink themselves to death so I wanted to examine that would have been me as I wrote in USA today had I continued drinking past when I was thirty two changes you wrote you had some really really hairy experiences related to drink yes and and so many people read that and had no idea so it it it was hidden like it is for so many women I was in three different car crashes from the time I was sixteen until the time I was thirty one and back and back in the eighties there wasn't the anti drunk driving push which by the way I ended up covering a lot of teen driving in drunk driving crashes as an auto safety reporter but that that wasn't really focused on that much in the eighties so I had car crashes and I ended up being a road drunk on TV that was my bottom but I I thank god that that was my bottom that you screwed up a TV appearance twenty seven years ago and as opposed to hurt a child or you just now you know and the collected a child ruined a marriage did any of the other kinds of things that so many people do when I hear from people all the time as with as with them NPR art the stories on alcohol do incredibly well because it's touches so many people's lives at USA today and I want to hear some of the conversations you had in death sex and money we played a quick clip in our intro of your exchange with a man named drew he was a little bit more of that conversation I'm not an alcoholic I don't consider myself an alcoholic I like to abuse alcohol but I don't have all that crazy symptoms of of alcoholism and drinking to a bottom you know every everything that's associated with that how do you how do you think about that distinction having seen alcoholism up close in your home growing up man that's a that's a hundred percent I guess I I never got quite to the point of you know I was able you know on multiple points to just kind of stopped drinking when I when I wanted their younger through force of will enter into the I think that a big part of the distinction is that if you can make a choice to not drink then you are yeah that is.

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"seven zero percent" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"seven zero percent" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"On apple podcasts or Google play this is one a I'm Joshua Johnson in Washington it is always happy hour somewhere or at least that's what you told us pretty much Friday Saturday Sunday crazily other times I drink about two glasses of wine or beer a week I have a lot of fruit that I grow I often make wine a beer drinker that's all I ever drink when I get off at six in the morning no matter where I am a world at that time to be taxes to build or look at the Louisiana are gonna try to find somewhere that serve alcohol the Sunday when we have our Sunday pasta dinners I have a little glass of wine and a book club once a month they may have one or two classes but I generally don't drink beyond that because I end up crying my husband and I did not drink alcohol and tell our kids left for college and then we took it up I must say with a vengeance we thoroughly enjoyed having a glass or two three of one in the evening and something we really look forward to I would not want to have to do without it according to the latest national survey on drug use and health seventy percent that's seven zero percent of American adults drink with that stat in mind we're doing something a little different today we're picking up on a conversation that's was started by our public radio colleagues on the podcast death sex and money from W. NYC in New York it recently had an episode called bottled up host and a sale asked Americans to think out loud about why they drink the show got a lot of feedback and it was far more nuanced than just drinkers versus teetotaler when I get to a place where I realize that like that is becoming my short cut to self care if feeling buzz at the end of the day is the only way that I am achieving that that's personal space for myself like that's the problem another alcoholic I don't consider myself an alcoholic I like to abuse alcohol but I don't have all that crazy symptoms of of alcoholism and drinking to a bottom you know every everything that's associated with that I still want to come over to my house and I still want to hang out with me and it's so funny that I'm thirty four and that is a worry we'll get some more stories in a moment and we'd love to hear yours as well we're opening the phones this hour because we like to hear about your relationship with alcohol now to be clear we're not here to judge you or shame you at all for your alcohol consumption or lack thereof but we're curious to know why you drink maybe why you don't drink when do you drink under what circumstances and what role does alcohol perhaps on alcoholism play in your life the phones are open.

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"seven zero percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"seven zero percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And P. saying more than one percent treasury yields are down the dollar's weaker three days of easing tensions were wiped out with a few comments by the president on his way to vacation prison down from said trade talks scheduled for next month with China could be canceled we check the numbers every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day here on Bloomberg radio after the S. and P. five hundred is down one point two percent now down thirty five the Dow's down almost one percent down two hundred fifty the nasdaq down one and a half percent down a hundred twenty five to ten years up for thirty seconds with the of one point seven zero percent West Texas intermediate crude has surged up three and a half percent of fifty four thirty seven a barrel of comics rolled up three tenths of a percent at fifteen fourteen eighty announce the dollar yen one oh five twenty nine the euro dollar twelve eighteen the British pound a dollar twenty seventy eight you like fancy cars and rich people will moderate California is the place you need to go there about to greet the to the mall and of car society bigger collectors and Saudi Arabia will hang out with the rodeo drive real estate tycoons is they take in the world the views from Penn Farina Ghani rolls Royce Bentley lotus an Aston Martin yeah it's a big party that I can't afford this weekend that's a Bloomberg business slash down more politics policy power and log with Amy Morris alright thank you Greg and we are live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio Congress is on its August recess president trump spending the coming week it is golf resort in New Jersey but the president also says that the congressional leadership is having some serious talks about stronger background checks for gun buyers however the president says he'll be incorporating the views of the N. R. A. in any legislation that's got Democrats including democratic representative Jackie spear of California convinced that really nothing is going to get accomplished I think that at Wayne lapierre dot is there and said you know you're gonna be affecting your base the president's all about his base and he's going to do nothing to a road that base and if his base is all about but not doing anything on guns he's not gonna do anything on guns and that should be the principal reason to get him out of office Bloomberg news congressional reporter Laura let then is with me now in our Bloomberg ninety nine one studio here in Washington DC and Laura first of all thank you for for coming today and do you talking about it keeping those lines of communication open and having a debate completely different actually bringing legislation to the floor that's absolutely true and you know they're the two cleat key players here are right now are you know the president and and Mitch McConnell the Senate Republican leader McConnell yesterday told a local radio station in his home state of Kentucky that he in trumpet spoken in the morning and there was a real interest in having a debate and weighing proposals but he really didn't endorse a specific proposal but he did say for the first time that background check should be part of the discussion expanded background checks even though he and trump have opposed eighties pretty strict bill that the house passed earlier this year he also said red flag legislation which would encourage states to have a loss taking weapons away from people who might be mentally ill or unstable that's on the table express expressed some skepticism about a new assault weapons ban that expired a number of years ago a he said he would question whether that work so he's putting a few things out there but he hasn't endorsed anything yet and trump trump is not the most reliable partner on this topic well let's get into that a little bit because I wonder what sort of position this puts the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and when he has this basis constituency of people who are very pro second amendment rights very pro gun ownership and he's working with this president who may be shifting in the wind a little bit but maybe not as president trump tends to be material by design that is not an insult it's not me being snarky he does he he likes to be that way yes well you know McConnell yet do you remember he he's up for reelection in Kentucky you know right next year so he you know voters in his state are pretty pro gun so he has that tied to consider the you know the president last year after the part when shooting in Florida the high school shooting there but two weeks after hill he had this extraordinary meeting of top Democrats Republicans over at the White House and he indicated he would push through a major universal background checks and other measures and then he ended up backing away from universal checks when the NRA weighed in and so you know he's been kind of shifting around this week he sounds like he really wants to do something but he's also saying that the ideas of the NRA will be fully taken into consideration represented so no one really knows where this is going to go and that's going to be something very delicate for McConnell to deal with this fall let's not forget how the immigration debate went last year this has the feel of that to me Mitch McConnell band saw as he sees now the people in his own party wanted to debate an issue as well as in the other party and he committed himself to leading an immigration debate take place in the Senate there were bipartisan there's a bipartisan proposal lot of effort by members of both parties to put that together that a trump's proposal was put on the floor a couple of other ideas and there were four different proposals everyone of them failed you know and you can't rule out that you know we can have multiple proposals on gun control maybe he one or two past number things fail you know you never know what's going to happen I okay let me ask you this I don't want you to have to get into the president's head because that's unfair however we do know that the mayor of Dayton Ohio Nanette Whaley did approach the president when he was in Ohio earlier this week and said you know if you are able to push something she was specifically talking about assault weapons but in general the gun debate if you're able to get something through you will be able to do something that president Obama could not do and you have to believe that stuck in the back of the president's head could this be president trump's moment to shine to unite the country to find some common sense legislation that everybody can agree on and get it made into law B. me about how are you today he has the power of the presidency he's had other opportunities to do that and he hasn't he hasn't done that on a number of issues and infrastructures and is another example in the guns debate earlier on immigration and we're just gonna have to see a big factor here is that Congress has gone for a number of weeks and the proponents of gun rights usually like there to be a cooling off period after the type the type of attacks that we've seen last weekend and the momentum tends to move a little bit and in their favor so that can also have a big effect here Congress isn't to be back until the Senate doesn't come back until September ninth that's a long time which is why a lot of people aren't were asking senator McConnell to bring Congress back but it doesn't sound like he's willing to do that no he didn't rule that out yesterday senators anyway yeah he did and that's the that's the chamber that hasn't acted the house as you know we passed something but they also we're not really talking about coming back McConnell world out yesterday and trump also seem to indicate that he wasn't expecting Congress come back until the middle of September when they're slated to do so already okay we're going to keep watching it with you this is not over yet Bloomberg this congressional reporter lower lip and always a pleasure thank you coming up on Bloomberg politics policy power and blog pretty serious gaffe by Democratic Front runner Joe Biden we're gonna talk about it and just a reminder you.

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"seven zero percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"seven zero percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And we are deeply saddened to be here today to have to tell you that two patients have bass and pasta hospital trauma director Steven Flaherty meanwhile president Donald Trump the choice is ours and ours alone it is not up to mentally ill monsters it is up to us he placed some blame on violent video games social media did not call on any new restrictions on gun sales are ownership in San Francisco I'm at Baxter this is Bloomberg dot R. were guest for the half hour ease gender chan senior economist at St George bank she joins us from a Sydney Jenna always a pleasure we can talk a little bit about what your expectations are not only for the RBA this week we have the RB ends that meeting at the bank of of the reserve bank of India I should say give me your perspective on the macro right now we had a pretty rough slide for global markets today and if you look at long term rates in the states now we got a ten year at one point seven zero percent well try developments have thing a massive downside freeze for the global economy and then the developments over the past couple of days have in a way seen some of these risks crystallize and the fact that you know is created all these uncertainty for businesses it's been a loss of global momentum basically manufacturing and that uncertainty is likely to continue and start went we haven't really seen much of a pickup in recent months since our eating any diet really saying much of a turnaround from Hannah the Reese that central banks will need to do more to support growth given that environment but the thing is how much can they do now given how much emphasis is we place a monetary policy in recent years and by the fact that they have very little I mean nation left if you regard ammunition is being be breadth and scope of interest rate cuts that they might be able to to institute yeah I mean it's widely agreed that interest rate cuts now I have a lot less effective than what they wear and being approaching zero bound again again that that that means that the interest rate policy and interest rate cuts I'm not having this same impact is what they used to but I think be cool is they still need to be seen to be doing something and they will do what they can in this environment which means out lowering interest rates send new potentially other forms of monetary stimulus sets the onus ease still on them to be doing something and so I think that that that's an argument for them to do more not less so the last two recessions were ushered in not by a kind of a normal business cycle but by financial crises a breakdown in financial markets and I'm wondering whether or not you think this next recession that we seem to be on the verge of will be created first by a problem in financial markets rather than in the economy per se well I mean look financial excesses have bill Tom certainly over the use a would say eat in this environment what's happening in trade the geo political situation and and the way businesses I've seen.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"seven zero percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With this Bloomberg radio business flash. We're looking at a mixed picture in Asian stock markets this Wednesday this off the US stocks failed to make headway last night. Investors seen looking for firm. Details on possible U S China trade deal. Chinese officials saying overnight European time that there's still work to be done Asia's regional benchmark not moving much. It is completely this morning with a pops a little bit more movement underneath the surface. We're seeing the Shanghai composite index move higher, for instance, by almost one point four percent the three hundred following suit gaining almost two thirds of one percent at the same time. We've seen losses in South Korea. As what it's in Japan, the topics index closing with a quarter of a percent loss when it comes to fixed income, we're looking at Australia. Australian yields are coming down and treasury yields are following suit. This after what was a fairly dovish. Message froma the RBI governor Philip low overnight teeth been talking about the rate Hoffa head also got a week than expected GDP data out of Australia's. So that's what we're looking out when it comes to fixed income the ten year treasury yield just to bring you today's trading at two point seven zero percent this morning down by about eight bases portal. So we also seeing the dollar being the main lager against the greenback in the currency space. The is off by run about seven tenths of one percent. The Kiwi is also feeling that pinch. When it comes to the British pound this morning. We're seeing styling down by about a third of one percent this after Reuters report that UK in unit failed to reach eight Brexit deal after talks yesterday..

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WNYC 93.9 FM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"seven zero percent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The keys to get ahead of it. Don't wait until you get that notice where your sixty days behind different says, the government will be less likely to take security clearances away from federal workers who are proactive and pay what they can during the shutdown in Washington. I'm Nancy Marshall genzer for marketplace. Let's do the numbers. The footsie in London is up one and a quarter percent. Dow s&p NASDAQ futures are up in the four to six tenths percent range with the Dow future up one hundred and thirty three points the ten year. Treasury yield is two point seven zero percent. People have been protesting in Zimbabwe for the past week after the government announced a fuel price hike of more than one hundred and fifty percent, Zimbabwean police army have detained people indiscriminately, according to reports and have blocked the internet. Authorities say three people have died. Human rights groups, say the death count is much higher. The BBC's booms of felony is a neighboring Johannesburg in some areas. People are trying to to get supplies such as food in the few shops that all opened and they're trying to stock up on petrol. Which of course, is at the heart of what the unrest that we've seen in Zimbabwe is about a few hike that was announced by the president which has gone up by more than double is at the heart of Weiser. Bob upset and taken to the streets and have protested as we speak the internet has been cut off. Off in Zimbabwe. Overnight one of the largest providers ECONET was issued with yet another directive to shut down the internet, and people are seeing this as an indication of a government that does not want to to be openly, criticized, and edit it doesn't want to have people use social media as a means of communicating and showing the dissatisfaction with what is currently happening, and that has really solid things. A lot of people who were hopeful, including human rights groups, who are hopeful that last year's elections in July were were when indication that Zimbabwe had finally turned a corner. The BBC's Puna felony. Marketplace morning report is supported by figure providing a streamlined digital platform for home equity loans. You can learn how to use the equity in your home.

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"seven zero percent" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"seven zero percent" Discussed on KCRW

"With your creditors to get ahead of it. Don't wait until you get that notice where your sixty days behind differing says the government will be less likely to take security clearances away from federal workers who are proactive and pay what they can during the shutdown in Washington. I'm Nancy Marshall genzer for marketplace. Let's do the numbers. The footsie in London is up one and a quarter percent. Dow s and p and NASDAQ futures are up in the four to six tenths percent range with the Dow future up one hundred and thirty-three points, the ten year treasury yield is two point seven zero percent. People have been protesting in Zimbabwe for the past week after the government announced a fuel price hike of more than one hundred and fifty percent, Zimbabwean police and army have detained people indiscriminately, according to reports and have blocked the internet. Authorities say three people have died human rights groups, say the death count is much higher. The BBC's booms Alani is in neighboring Johannesburg in some areas. People are trying to to get supplies such as food in the few shops that all opened and they're trying to stock up on petrol. Which of course, is at the heart of what the the unrest that we've seen in Zimbabwe is about a few hike that was announced by the president which has gone up by more than double is at the heart of wise and bobbins upset and taken to the streets and have protested as we speak the internet has been cut. Off in Zimbabwe. Overnight one of the largest providers ECONET was issued with yet another directive to shut down the internet, and people are seeing this as an indication of a government that does not want to be openly, criticized, and edit it doesn't want to have people use social media as a means of communicating and showing their dissatisfaction with what is currently happening, and that has really solid things. A lot of people who were hopeful, including human rights groups to a hopeful that lost elections in July were were when indication that's the mob had finally turned a corner..

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"seven zero percent" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"seven zero percent" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Try to work out payment plans with your creditors. The key is to get ahead of it. Don't wait until you get that notice where your sixty days behind different says, the government will be less likely to take security clearances away from federal workers who are proactive and pay what they can during the shutdown in Washington. I'm Nancy Marshall genzer for marketplace. Let's do the numbers. The footsie in London is up one and a quarter percent. Dow s and p and NASDAQ futures up in four to six tenths percent range with the Dow future up one hundred and thirty three points the ten year. Treasury yield is two point seven zero percent. People have been protesting in Zimbabwe for the past week after the government announced a fuel price hike of more than one hundred and fifty percent, Zimbabwean police and army have detained people indiscriminately, according to reports and have blocked the internet. Authorities say three people have died human rights groups, say the death count is much higher. The BBC's booms Alani is in neighboring Johannesburg in some areas. People are trying to to get supplies such as food in the few shops that all opened and they're trying to stock up on petrol. Which of course, is at the heart of what the the unrest that you've seen in Zimbabwe is about a few hike that was announced by the president which has gone up by more than double is at the heart of wise and bobbins upset and have taken to the streets and have protested as we speak. The internet has been cut off in Zimbabwe over. Tonight. One of the largest providers ECONET was issued with yet another directive to shut down the internet, and people are seeing this as an indication of a government that does not want to be open to criticize and edit. It doesn't want to have people use social media as a means of communicating and showing dissatisfaction with whether it's currently happening, and that has really solid things. A lot of people who are hopeful, including human rights groups, who are hopeful that last year's elections in July were when indication that the mob had finally turned a corner. The BBC's plumes of felony..

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"seven zero percent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"seven zero percent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The footsie in London is up two tenths of a percent. Dow Pia NASDAQ futures are up in the four to six tenths percent range with the Dow future up one hundred and fifteen points, the ten year treasury yield is at two point seven zero percent. Senate confirmation hearings are set to begin Wednesday for President Trump's pick to run the Environmental Protection Agency. Andrew Wheeler is likely to face some tough questions over his past as a lobbyist for fossil fuel producers, and whether those companies would have undue influence over the agency that regulates them if he were to run the EPA for market from the marketplace sustainability, desks Scott Tong reports from Washington, we're was deputy to the past EPA head and has been the acting administrator since July it will face questions over his past. As a coal lobbyist engines use of furloughed EPA staffers to prep prepping for this hearing, despite the government shutdown senators may also ask about his plan to ease carbon pollution regulations on coal plants. Former EPA lawyer Kevin Manolas, clearly there's going to be. A expectation that Andrew gets that rule across the finish line that and many other Wheeler initiatives will face legal challenges, including plans to rollback auto fuel efficiency in air, pollution standards. Richard revisit NYU doubts if any will survive. Now behind all of these proposals doesn't meet the minimal standards either on the economics around the science still giving his experience at the and his support for the administration's deregulation. Vision Wheeler is expected to be confirmed by the Republicans sentence..

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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

NBC to launch free streaming service in 2020

"Global growth the s&p down for only the third time this month. Paul Nolte is portfolio manager at kingsview asset management betting treated is certainly having an impact here in a slower. China is a slower global economy, and it will filter through and eventually make it back to you shores. And then I think is really what investors are looking at the S and P five hundred index dropped thirteen points down five tenths of one percent. Dow Industrial's down Eighty-six down four tenths of one percent. The NASDAQ composite index was down sixty five points, a drop of nine tenths of one percent in New York. Charlie Pellett, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. All right. We're thirty four past the hour. Let's get to Hong Kong. Bryan Curtis is they're looking at market action. Not a lot of doom and gloom. Which is surprising. Right. Yeah. I chalk it up to Citi group actually because the way that CitiGroup traded. It's earnings were okay. Not great, obviously fixed income trading was weak, but it's emanate advisory and some of the trading operations. I mean, the treasury operations did pretty well, and it gave an upbeat forecasting that trading. Looked a lot better here in the past few weeks. And if you look at the Nikkei, you mentioned that it opened lower. In fact, we're expecting everything to be a little bit lower today. But the Nikkei up about two tenths of one percent financials in Tokyo or up nine tenths of one percent technology stocks up seven tenths of a percent healthcare is benefiting as well. So it seems that that this is the pattern that has has developed here in the last thirty two to forty five minutes that investors are are going with the city read and still going with last week's trade, which is slightly better conditions. The possibility of of a trade deal between the US in China. And also the fed that is seemingly. The on pause. I think we mentioned as well. That Richard Clarita was saying perhaps you'll see fewer than two interest rate hikes. That's a possibility at least. So let's run through the numbers. The Nikkei up two tenths of a percent. Asx two hundred up three tenths of a percent. New Zealand up about one tenth of a percent, and the kospi is now pushing one percent gains the dollar is weaker that helps doll yen one hundred thirty four year old one fourteen seventy four the OSCE back over seventy two cents and the yield on the ten year. Two point seven zero percent. A quick note oil is higher that maybe leading four tenths of one percent Paul over to you. All right. Thanks, brian. China's sentencing of a Canadian man to death has been called arbitrary Justice in retaliation for the Weiwei arrest. Bloomberg's back global news in the Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco newsroom. Ed. Yeah. Paul, right. Canadian Robert Lloyd Schoenberg has been sentenced to head been sense to fifteen years in prison last month for drug smuggling. Now, a judge on appeal suddenly has sentenced him to death. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau strongly condemning the action as retaliation for the rest of while way. Executive men want you saying the world needs to watch Beijing's use of the Justice system closing in on the vote on Brexit, e you deal in parliament, Prime Minister, Theresa may says MP's have to do the job that they were elected to do on all sides of this house, whatever you may have previously concluded over these next twenty four hours give this deal a second, look, but opposition labor leader. Jeremy Corbyn says no that's not right. We were promised the easiest

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"seven zero percent" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"seven zero percent" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"These companies are filing about twelve hundred of these things a month in New York courts, in many cases, that leads to bankruptcy or the business having to shut down because they can't continue to operate say. That again, these businesses who. Basically without recourse have lost their assets. Their they're fundamentally done in many cases, there are in Juneau Dunkin's case led to their business. Ultimately, declaring bankruptcy in and shutting down for a small business to lose access to your Bank account and all the money in it. You can't make payroll. You can't pay vendors. It puts you in a really tough spot. It's funny. It's one of those where it's not what's illegal. It's crazy. It's what's legal. It's crazy. Right. That's that's exactly right. It's like minor kind of an amazing piece in Bloomberg last couple of days, but thanks a lot. Thank you. Coming up. You do start to ask questions. What is and what constitutes a sell out? Spoiler alert. It's not actually sell out all the tickets. But first, let's do the numbers. Dow is up one eight today about four tenths percent close to twenty four thousand seven forty eight. The NASDAQ basically flat finished at seven thousand eighty to be five hundred up eight three tenths percent and twenty six and eighty two United Technologies said it's going to split into three independent companies that conglomerate plans to keep its aerospace business Otis elevator and carrier air conditioning. Divisions are getting spun off splits expected to be completed in twenty twenty nine hundred technologies though cooled off more and a tenth percent day sales of Tesla's in China dropped seventy seven zero percent in October compared to a year ago. The China passenger cars asssociation says tesla sold two hundred eleven cars in China last month. Why I hear you ask China raise the tariffs on imported cars to forty percent in response to US. Taras two words peeps. Can you say trade? You're listening to marketplace. This. Marketplace podcast is brought.

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"seven zero percent" Discussed on Sword and Scale

Sword and Scale

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"seven zero percent" Discussed on Sword and Scale

"Criminal so there's multiple pathways and it's really mad or understand the whole context in which a particular biology is moving forward and then you add the cultural element on top of it and i think one of the most interesting studies i've read in a couple of years and study that looked at the voices in the heads that's get surprenant it's hortatory loose nations and this study has what are the voices ted new if you're in the united states if you gonna country africa and they found that in seventy percent seven zero percent of american schizophrenic voices in their heads what a cold auditory nations seventy percent we're hearing voices that told them to commit acts of violence against themselves or others in india it was only twenty percent in india most of told them things like clean your house better and then gone it's only ten percent ghana most of is understood to be positive conversations with god so if you're schizophrenic boise's it matters a lot whether you're an indie hugs united states because the culture of violence and states so powerful pervasive in even gets into the head of crazy people who supposedly disconnected from the allen you ever hear that phrase it takes village to raise a child with so many different factors at play it's virtually impossible to be able to isolate a specific cause or causes to violence within juveniles to people with the same mental illness on opposite sides of the world responding in completely different ways because in many ways younger minds are not quite as developed we make exceptions in the law for younger offenders we typically give them more lenient sentences in the hopes that they may still be rehabilitated however there are some crimes that we as society see as unforgiving.

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"seven zero percent" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"seven zero percent" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"Support for this mpr podcast and the following message comes from comcast for today's students a home internet connection is more essential than ever internet essentials from comcast has connected over four million low income americans too low cost high speed internet at home giving every student the opportunity to succeed next the story about what that what brexit could mean for french fishermen when the uk leaves the european union the effect on businesses will go far beyond britain entrance joanna kiss as brings us a story from the french coast the city of bologna sarah mary just across the english channel from britain is france's number one fishing port the fishing boats he'll get most of their catch in british waters and they bring their haul back to a very busy seaside market one of the most popular fish at the cats is soul which is all over the fish market here today it's in practically every stalled and everybody's buying it mafi law fontane is supervising one of the twenty fishmonger stalls here she's almost out of seoul and claude kelley we stuck woke up with two a soul and code and terrvent tunnel we get his sole from british waters ends this is a worry a weary because britain has voted to leave the european union and when the divorce his final the uk goal also leave what's called the common fisheries policy that would make the uk an independent coastal state and restrict the catch a french fishermen like jeremy devil go who nets 70 percent that seven zero percent of his catch in english waters he frowns as he lowers metal trades for fish onto his new boat stooges of the local level of older age digital i fished for ten years and recently bow to bigger boats specifically to work in english woto's i mowed and three hundred thousand euros in debt and i am so stressed.

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"seven zero percent" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

NPR's World Story of the Day

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"seven zero percent" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

"Support for this mpr podcast and the following message comes from comcast for today's students a home internet connection is more essential than ever internet essentials from comcast has connected over four million low income americans too low cost high speed internet at home giving every student the opportunity to succeed next the story about what that what brexit could mean for french fishermen when the uk leaves the european union the effect on businesses will go far beyond britain entrance joanna kiss as brings us a story from the french coast the city of bologna sarah mary just across the english channel from britain is france's number one fishing port the fishing boats he'll get most of their catch in british waters and they bring their haul back to a very busy seaside market one of the most popular fish at the cats is soul which is all over the fish market here today it's in practically every stalled and everybody's buying it mafi law fontane is supervising one of the twenty fishmonger stalls here she's almost out of seoul and claude kelley we stuck woke up with two a soul and code and terrvent tunnel we get his sole from british waters ends this is a worry a weary because britain has voted to leave the european union and when the divorce his final the uk goal also leave what's called the common fisheries policy that would make the uk an independent coastal state and restrict the catch a french fishermen like jeremy devil go who nets 70 percent that seven zero percent of his catch in english waters he frowns as he lowers metal trades for fish onto his new boat stooges of the local level of older age digital i fished for ten years and recently bow to bigger boats specifically to work in english woto's i mowed and three hundred thousand euros in debt and i am so stressed.

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"seven zero percent" Discussed on 1A

1A

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"seven zero percent" Discussed on 1A

"Operate on its own well as allison said there's a many many decade history of the us government supporting the development and deployment of new energy technologies and these are complicated technologies and sometimes projects work sometimes they don't we learn a lot from them and i can point to any any and all of the various energy technologies oil gas nuclear hydro the renewables and beyond where the federal government has back things and so i think there's a a longstanding history of this um and there are successes and failures so i i think this is a good investment meaning in renewables in solar and wind but i point out something else um the chinese are now really dominating the solar industry uh we did a report at stanford called the new solar system and this chronicles the fact that the chinese not only are far and away the largest manufacturer of solar in the world far eclipsing the us and germany they've also become the largest deployer of solar in the world and now they're getting very good at are indeed the chinese have decided that this very fast growing industry is an industry that they want to own the biggest piece of so we really need to be careful um if we think this is a power source of technology for the twentyfirst century we really need to be careful pulling back so i worry for example a proposal from the trump administration to cut the budget of mild office at the energy department the office of efficiency and renewables by seventy percent seven zero percent.

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