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Korean Battery Makers Reach Settlement in Boost to Biden's EV Policy

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Korean Battery Makers Reach Settlement in Boost to Biden's EV Policy

"A last minute settlement in a bitter US trade dispute. We get more now from Bloomberg's Susanna Palme. SK Innovation agreed to pay $1.8 Billion to LG Energy Solution, a unit of LG Cam Limited, the settlement will avert a 10 year import ban of SK Innovations batteries into the U. S and ends the two year dispute between these two companies. President Joe Biden was facing a Sunday deadline to decide whether to overturn the import ban or do nothing and let it take effect. His decision pivoted on two critical policy issues a desire to promote TVs as a way to help curb climate change. And the U. S. Is longstanding backing of strong intellectual property rights. Ah band could have put as many as 6000 battery manufacturing jobs in Georgia at Risk. Susanna Palmer Bloomberg Daybreak Asia.

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Shoppers spent record $5.1 billion on Thanksgiving

Bloomberg Wall Street Week

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Shoppers spent record $5.1 billion on Thanksgiving

"And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg News Room. Thanksgiving Day meant more than eating Turkey for shoppers online shopping surged, according to John Copeland, Adobe vice president of marketing and consumer insights. We saw $5.1 billion spent. That's a new record. 21, a half percent increase over last year. On the same day, Copeland says $71 billion had been spent in the run up to Black Friday as retailers brought black Friday deals forward. To make up for the expected

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TikTok to challenge Trump’s order to ban U.S. transactions

Fox News Sunday

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

TikTok to challenge Trump’s order to ban U.S. transactions

"To file a lawsuit against the Trump administration to challenge its executive order banning transactions with the video app in the US Tic Tac said yesterday. It strongly disagreed with the concerns that are raised by President Donald Trump and will challenge the executive order in court. Tic Tac's employees are also responding with a lawsuit against the proposed ban. And they're using a crowdfunding campaign to raise money for their legal expenses. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is

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State Declares COVID-19 Alert for Danbury

Bloomberg Businessweek

01:23 min | 2 years ago

State Declares COVID-19 Alert for Danbury

"I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom as many states struggle to contain Cove in 19 the positivity rate in New York at a record low marking the 15th consecutive day below 1%. Governor Andrew Cuomo said today there were four virus deaths in the state in the latest number. Danbury, Connecticut residents lined up today to get tested for the virus. This after health officials warn of a significant spike in covert 19 cases in the city. The spike prompted the state Department of Public Health to issue a cove in 19 alert for Danbury last night. Officials on Friday confirmed in nearly 200 new cases reported since the beginning of August, including 40 for in just the past 24 hours, seven seems to be an unlucky number lately for the subway system. We hear more on that from Bloomberg's Dinis Pellegrini. Vandalism on the seven train could soon affect service for those who rely on the line to travel between Queens and Manhattan, New York one reports. Vandals have smashed dozens of windows on several subway trains over the past few months, and the vandalism has happened so often, the empty says it has gone through its stockpile of replacement glass now. Each time this happens, the MTV has to pull the train out of service for hours to replace the windows. Plus it costs about $500 apiece and the M T. A is now facing a total of about $300,000 in damage from the vandalism. And this comes at a time when it's already struggling financially because of the pandemic. Did he spell a gritty Bloomberg radio? As

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02:00 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Susanna Palmer In the Bloomberg News Room. Tic TAC strikes back Bloomberg's Dinis Pellegrini reports TIC TAC plans to file a federal lawsuit as soon as Tuesday, According to National Public Radio. This would be to challenge President Trump's executive order banning the video sharing service from the US Tick tock. Claims in this lawsuit, reportedly that that movie is unconstitutional. NPR isn't saying how it got the information now, the report says. The lawsuit will be filed in the U. S District Court for the Southern District of California. That's where TIC Tac's U. S operations are based. And the lawsuit will argue. The report says that the president's action is unconstitutional because it failed to give the company a chance to respond and says the US governments, national Security justification for the order is baseless. Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio. Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway spent a record $5 billion buying back Berkshires own stock in the second quarter, Berkshire said today it's business is about the sting of the fallout from the global pandemic, with operating profit slumping 10% in the quarter. Catherine she Glinski is a finance reporter for Bloomberg. He's one that pandemic would hit a lot of his businesses, and the effects would range from relatively minor to pretty severe. We saw that in the in the second quarter, his railroad was hurt by declining volumes, and I think people were really prepared. For some of that pain to kind of hit them more. In the second quarter Berkshires cash pile kept on growing and hit $146.6 billion a record. It also took a $10 billion impairment charge related to its precision castparts unit. That unit makes airplane parts and has been hurt right along with airlines during the pandemic. Princeton University reversed its plan to bring some of its students back on campus for the next term. It says undergraduate classes won't be held in person because of the covert 19 pandemic Global. He was 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer, this is Bloomberg..

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:04 min | 2 years ago

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"And I'm Susanna Palmer in The Bloomberg News Room. Yesterday was the deadline for New York's school districts to submit their plans for reopening in the fall. State education officials are currently reviewing each but in the end Governor Andrew Cuomo makes the final decision on what will happen during his press call today, he said. It will be as it has always been all about. The numbers were gonna watch the Overall infection rate before we make a decision. I'm going to make a decision this week. Some school districts have added distance learning training for their teachers. There were over 82,000 covered 19 tests in New York Friday, the most conducted in a single day in the state. Of those tests, 9/10 of 1% were positive for New Yorkers died from the virus Friday. Well, 581 people were hospitalized. Daily news reports. The state also doled out 41 violations Friday, two establishments that defied social distancing rules. 27 of those violations were in Manhattan. British Airways pilots accepted a pay cut of 20% in a deal to limit job losses, resolving a bitter dispute at the IAEA as a unit as carriers seek to whether the global slump in air travel caused by the Corona virus. Next week. We get new data on car sales and total new vehicle sales, or forecast to have climbed about 1.19 million units in July. The story from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet, according to a true car subsidiary, Ale G. That is down 18% from a year ago when adjusted for the number of selling days, while that's still well below pre pandemic levels. It's a market improvement from the 48% drop posted in April, when much of the country was in lock down amid the Corona virus. Charlie Pellet Bloomberg Radio. The flood of earnings reports continues in the week ahead. Look for technology companies to report including Zillow Switch Seaman's Nintendo and Square. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This's Bloomberg. Bases Masters in business with very results.

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Tech CEO Antitrust Showdown With Congress Set for Wednesday

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Tech CEO Antitrust Showdown With Congress Set for Wednesday

"Tech CEOs will face questioning from Congress this week. We get more from Bloomberg's Susanna Palme. A statement from the House Judiciary Committee says chief executives of Amazon Facebook alphabet and Apple will testify before a rescheduled congressional hearing on antitrust in Big Tech at noon on Wednesday hears Bloomberg reporter Sarah Friar, There's so much Lifting pressure and trying to hold these companies accountable. They are popular thie hearing with Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg, Sundar Pin shy and Tim Cook was postponed from tomorrow because of plans to honor the late civil rights icon John Lewis at the Capitol. Susanna Palmer. Bloomberg Daybreak Asia.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

06:53 min | 2 years ago

"susanna palmer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg news room New York reported a rise of two tenths of one percent in cases of covert nineteen in the state in line with the daily average over the last week fifteen people died of covert nineteen in New York in the latest count the numbers suggest to New York City is still on tap to head into phase two re opening on Monday here's what you can do you can eat outdoors at a restaurant you can get a hair cut and do some indoor shopping all with mask wearing and social distancing malls will remain closed playgrounds will open with social distancing ambassadors and houses of worship can reopen it twenty five percent capacity some workers will be heading back to the office phase two will last two weeks at American Airlines to the list of companies trying to recover from the corona virus pandemic by selling shares Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini reports we're hearing that American Airlines group wants to raise about one and a half billion dollars by selling shares and convertible notes it needs to shore up liquidity after months of travel disruptions brought on by the pandemic the carrier has spent much of the weekend we're hearing gauging demand from potential investors for this a representative for American is declining to comment publicly but we reported on Friday that American is also planning a junk bond offering to raise about two billion dollars that would be at a yield of eleven percent delta southwest and jet blue have already tapped out investors in recent weeks to boost liquidity to dispel the gritty Bloomberg radio Facebook is considering taking over Neiman Marcus is retail space at Hudson yards of Manhattan that according to a report in women's wear daily which cited a person familiar with the matter Neiman Marcus filed chapter eleven bankruptcy may seventh which would allow it to back out of its one hundred eighty eight thousand square foot store lease free of penalties related companies a co developer of Hudson yards and Facebook didn't respond to requests for comment global news twenty four hours a day on air and on QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg you're listening to Bloomberg businessweek Bloomberg radio hello Carol Massar and I'm chasing Kelly today we're bringing you some of the most important we hope informative conversations we had on our daily Bloomberg business week radio show across the week right in conversations that were happening as we know the news continue to change around us and one of the guests that we caught up with it Everitt sands he is the founder and CEO of Linda street a fintech company it's a company that focuses on lending to very small businesses especially those owned by minorities women and veterans and I really felt like he is another one of those voices that helped open up kind of our eyes to what's going on in America yeah looking forward to hearing that when back plus another edition of business week talks our conversation with Hilton worldwide president and CEO Chris Nassetta first up though let's go inside the magazine it's a story that kid that Lee is hard to read it's about black CEOs in technology and the fact that humiliation well that is part of the job we caught up with reporter Sarah McBride well it's just a sad state of affairs another way where if the look on balance sheet is disappointing this time when it comes to African American founders play with my colleagues and I'm recorded a story where it was just job dropping the number of anecdotes we heard from black founders and holidays Chad and subtly and not so subtly that treated every step of the way and leave that white pounders never have to think about yeah I mean and and it's interesting Serra because what you guys do a really nice job of the ministry and I have to say it's one of those stories that you have to read it and as you're reading it it's actually hard to read and submit its horrifying in in in a lot of cases and and sort of embarrassing and in a lot of we have to think about yeah because it is anecdotal through your story but also appears to be systemic this is not sort of these one off things that that that are happening to me this is constantly happening right in fact one founder who I talked to who isn't in the story basically told me she was insulted that is so well documented the recent then and telecom valley she asked me why do I even still have to talk to you to explain how meet the seller can valley if can't we move behind behind the anecdote and the founder and that was the leader of the story will hate somebody a mad at the dinner maybe five or six years ago and historians have stuck with me all those years and when that moment came I knew it was the time to approach him and ask if you go on the record with that and he's somebody who's run a company listed work for many years and has raised many venture around but the company and one of his key HM and for many years the template marketing happen whenever they went to a meeting together very often and that investors would just as soon as marketing had with the female and reach out their hand to him first and shake the wrong guys handed Hey hi will that it was horrifying but it also became funny when it happened you know they had dozens and dozens of times over the years I spoke to both of them in the end and they said that that that happened at the meeting got off on that but there was just no recovery and then yeah you would never raise money from that venture firm because the fee would realize the mistake and just be so mortified that they would want to end the meeting as quickly as possible and there was never a check written on any of those burns he told me about one time he meant that one hundred million dollar round last year when he was sitting in a meeting the investor had made that mistake and Willis five or ten minutes and then the presentation in the investor interrupted and said you know I just want to say again how very sorry I am that I made that mistake once told well that the investor had heard nothing for the creek right ten minutes he's still in there and it's just an unpleasant situation when you're forced to deal with your own basis and and certainly for the founder not conducive to raising any money.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"susanna palmer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm in Kate's and I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg news room as we've been reporting today U. S. attorney John Berman returned it to the office after refusing to resign this after Attorney General William Barr said Berman was being replaced the Southern District of New York which Berman heads is investigating president Donald trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani and other trump associates Columbia Law School professor John Coffey says the fight over Berman's job could drag on for months the Supreme Court can really give us a definitive answer on this question and they won't meet again until October to be unusual that they would handle this issue during very hot summer break New York City is still on track for a phase two re opening starting on Monday that according to governor Andrew Cuomo speaking via phone to reporters today and that's even though New York City accounted for fifty five percent of the new virus infections reported across the state infections went up by just two tenths of one percent in the most recent count infection rates were flat or lower in six of the state's ten regions the Yankees and the Mets will move their baseball training camps from Florida where cases of the virus are spiking to New York City that according to governor Cuomo the teams will work out at their home fields in the Bronx and in queens the nasdaq composite where many tech stocks are listed is now up ten point eight percent for the year tech stocks are having a good run well the Dow and the S. and P. five hundred are still down year to date but be careful if you want to invest says Dan Morris a senior investment strategist at BNP Paribas asset management UK an infrastructure and internet and streaming and all of this will be great for future corporate profits but of course you really have to think very closely about valuations which now for tech are arguably aside saved and since we were coming out of the tech bubble global news twenty four hours a day on air and on QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg balance of power with David Westin on Bloomberg radio L. to come this hour Beijing is struggling with a corona virus outbreak that is presenting the biggest challenge yet in China's efforts to prevent a second wave of infections I talk about it with former U. S. ambassador to China Max Baucus but first many of us have had to stay home for the last few weeks but throughout the lockdown transportation workers have been on the job making sure the doctors and nurses made it to the hospital and that food and other supplies made it to store shelves the F. L. CIO includes thirty two unions representing these transportation workers I talked to the man in charge Larry Willis president of the AFL-CIO transportation trades department to find out how many workers he represents and how many have remained on the job throughout the pandemic a majority of our members are controlled by the federal government local government they are working your point garden doctors and nurses according to could go under control according to date would include our own concluded about obviously we all get to the grocery store that does the magically appear there so whether we talk about a little workers clockwise route workers as he poured maritime workers union workers that obviously quite both passengers include all members are they have been doing a whole lot could not include a bonus see you a lot of workers remained on the job and and it we all are thankful for their for what they've done for all of us at the same time we now have an economic downturn are some of your workers also losing their jobs no question god you know we are clean the economic pressures on transportation I'll give you a couple of examples I'm Craig rail no different to work towards that quite quickly we would welcome use of already cleaned up quite a bit and I'm not clearly felonies because you choose for aba just in the Kobe Bryant please Bob you know we are clean are you calling me the number of unemployment claims because the rates are going to start with in could get done in one year ago well you know Jon call too bad are people who are healthy because you know damn people who are buying cars that are at the grocery store the big box stores got confused in our mail orders now on Amazon and what have you but we also need for classical some places you know well workers to go on our students often falls motors is less cooperative courts did well so a lot of economic cultural and I'm publicly because well so I'm not as much in hotels or casinos with some other places but the second tower across from jobs okay are you seeing them start to come back and we had that one job numbers that surprise they have said there's still a lot of people out of work just to clear but still it's a prize the upside are you seeing it come back at all yeah I'm good the point with a positive jobs numbers but obviously doctors composed a consistent but occasionally we contemplate you know I feel very what for a crown corporation more articles we are currently closed our people are starting to quiet down days it is more people on on on aircraft quite often mom that her old blog hi your nation has been another complication could come when moon in very quickly on a local congressman could hold a very critical about so they conclude that populate health and safety protections in place make sure that customers feel confident about coming back to close the case in what is on the twenty fifth easy HM are clear rail in classified if I don't also could provide a national support good deal was concluded I could get a qualification providers over the home a quick hug because whatever comedy because there's a lot of economically still to be higher than this because what do you need from Washington whether it's Congress or regulatory agencies to accomplish what you need there yeah so you know we could go home in early March we were very roll out transportation which with regulated you know how quickly those voters across the coalition on the border labor movement was very critical more push should be common with memories to confirm for the record because more broadly five on the transportation side the typical optical department transportation I make sure that our members are getting the.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"susanna palmer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters I'll miss on operating earnings from Berkshire Hathaway more on that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini the conglomerate is reporting operating earnings of four point four two billion dollars and that is versus the expected five point seven two it also amounts to a drop of twenty three percent year on year for the fourth quarter insurance underwriting waiting on things that area posting an operating loss of eight hundred fifty seven million dollars compared to just two hundred and twenty five million a year ago but railroad utilities and energy businesses reporting operating earnings of one point eight seven billion dollars and that is up almost eight percent Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio the guardians of the world economy are convening amid mounting fears that the corona virus outbreak poses a greater threat to global growth than was first thought finance ministers and central bankers from the group of twenty nations began meetings today in the Saudi capital of Riyadh for the first time since the virus forced much of China to be quarantined and then began to spread meantime China is making more moves to assure the world that it's on top of the economic effects from the corona virus China's top leaders as said they will exercise more flexibility in monetary and fiscal policy president xi Jinping said yesterday fiscal policy will be more proactive well construction projects will be accelerated Volkswagen faces its first U. S. jury trial over its diesel emissions cheating scandal VW says it's paid plenty to right wrongs but hundreds of car owners who declined to join a ten billion dollar settlement don't agree a trial is set to begin Monday in San Francisco federal court as we've been reporting Wells Fargo will pay three billion dollars to settle U. S. investigations into more than a decade of widespread consumer abuses that's under a deal that lets the bank avoid criminal charges global news twenty four hours a day on air and on QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"susanna palmer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters as we've been reporting the piece of new infections in who bay province center of the coronavirus outbreak in China may be stabilizing an American and a Japanese man suspected of getting the virus died in will hand this week according to officials meanwhile in other parts of the world the disease is spreading with five Britons sharing in Alps show a confirmed with cases and two new cases on a princess cruise ship in Japan as the largest center of infections outside of China less than a month into the health crisis supply chain disruptions are showing up around the world more from Bloomberg Charlie Pellett it ranges from automakers to mobile phone producers to energy companies as the human toll from the novel coronavirus continues to rise with tens of thousands infected and hundreds dead the impact on global industry is spreading as well Toyota and Honda extended shut downs of their China plants beyond the lunar new year holiday while iPhone maker Foxconn warned employees away from its facility in chains and a technology help that's more than six hundred twenty miles away from the outbreak epicenter of war Han Charlie Pellett Bloomberg radio Facebook pledge to improve security protocols to resolve a lawsuit blaming the company for a twenty eighteen data breach that exposed personal data of twenty nine million users the company will check more frequently for suspicious patterns of user activity involving access tokens the key cards that allow users to access their accounts among other measures outlined in a proposal to settle a class action suit it was filed late Friday in San Francisco federal court Facebook denied wrongdoing maintaining that the attack resulted from unknown and unforeseeable vulnerabilities global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg broadcasting.

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01:58 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters as we've been reporting China's central bank moved to avert a potential selloff from the corona virus epidemic with an injection of more than twenty one billion dollars worth of liquidity Washington post reports the White House economic advisers are studying the potential impact of the epidemic of the corona virus on the US economy they're said to be conducting a preliminary assessment of the potential short term and long term affects of the outbreak Goldman Sachs groups head of operations in a German interview with FAA yesterday says past experience with viruses has shown that the effects on the economy and markets are generally not permanent OPEC and its allies are trying to figure out how to respond to a plunge in oil prices and it's looking like an emergency meeting will be held to discuss it for days Saudi Arabia has been pressing for a meeting as the threat to demand from Asia's corona virus pushes prices to a six month low Russia had been resisting but now it looks like a meeting will happen possibly within the first couple of weeks of this month or early in March the labor department will issue its monthly employment report this coming Friday Bloomberg's Vinny del Jude ice has a preview wallstreet forecasts suggest the labor market is holding up in the new year the federal reserve's latest policy statement gives it a strong rating though government data indicate hiring is moderated economists say Friday's report will probably show one players out of roughly one hundred fifty thousand workers in January below last year's monthly average of one hundred seventy six thousand some of the moderation could be tied to labor shortages bond of qualified people to fill vacancies any doubt she does work right yeah global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg.

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Key events in Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou's extradition case

Bloomberg Best

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Key events in Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou's extradition case

"Defense lawyers argue a senior executive of the Chinese tech giant Huawei should not be extradited to the U. S. because her actions would not be considered crimes under Canadian law Bloomberg Susanna Palmer takes a look the extradition hearing for a while a chief financial officer Mang one show is set to begin today manning the daughter of while is founder was arrested in Canada and faces charges of committing fraud to try I innovated US sanctions on Iran last week the Canadian department of justice released a document supporting its case that the allegations against a man do mise en extradition test making them criminal under Canadian law defense lawyers dispute that claim arguing it's not a legal in Canada to do business with

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02:00 min | 2 years ago

"susanna palmer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters there are more possible signs of progress on U. S. and China trade Bloomberg's Danny's Pellegrini says the two countries are working on setting up regular talks the semi annual talks would be used to push for reform in both nations also resolve disputes and develop closer ties Dow Jones says the meetings would be headed by treasury secretary Stephen mission on the US side and probably with vice premier Liu her across the table representing China this high level broad raging communication would revive the format used by previous administrations but president trump has until now been critical of the format the framework for the meetings could be announced as the two sides signed a phase one trade deal in Washington this coming Wednesday Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio a resounding reelection win today in Taiwan elections for the candidate who has vowed to defend Taiwan's sovereignty against China Taiwanese president citing when won a landslide victory over China from the opposition challenger hand quote you to clinch a second term hi pulled in a record number of votes and she's promised that Taiwan will never be unified with China as long as she is in power Amway has long faced controversy over its multi level marketing business model now the family owned a direct sales giant is accused in a lawsuit of ripping off the people who sell its products by failing to pay the minimum wage it's part of a wave of cases in California over who counts as an employee a battle it's heated up with a new California state law that makes it harder for companies to classify workers as independent contractors to avoid giving them better pay and benefits apple says it's determined that some smart battery cases made for the iPhone X. S. iPhone X. S. Max and iPhone ex army experience charging issues apple will replace eligible cases global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg.

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01:59 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters heading into the final trading days of the year the S. and P. five hundred is up twenty nine and a quarter percent our stocks headed for a big fall history says no good stretches in stocks are not usually followed by bad ones when the S. and P. five hundred has risen twenty percent or more over a calendar year it's had positive returns in the next year two thirds of the time the world's five hundred wealthiest people tracked by the Bloomberg billionaires index added one point two trillion dollars in wealth this year boosting their collective net worth twenty five percent to five point nine trillion dollars in the U. S. the richest one percent control a bigger share of the pie than at any time since nineteen twenty nine Amazon's Jeff Bezos remains the world's richest person with a net worth estimated to be one hundred sixteen point two billion dollars billionaire Elon musk said the transportation tunnel his start up boring company is building in Las Vegas will hopefully be operational next year the Tesla chief executive officer made the comments about the forty eight point seven million dollars subterranean transit project in Las Vegas in a Twitter post late last night Japan yesterday revised a road map for the clean up of the Fukushima nuclear plant which was wrecked by a tsunami back in twenty eleven that further delays the removal of thousands of spent fuel units that remain in cooling pools since the disaster it's a key step in the decades a long process complicated by high radiation and other risks China is scrapping its benchmark lending rate to shift to a new system China's central bank is ordering lenders to adopt a new loan pricing regime for all credit starting next year it marks another step toward liberalizing the country's financial system global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg.

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"Crossed the Potomac I'm for server and I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters Bloomberg has learned the U. S. securities and exchange commission as market makers to hand over data and other information showing how trading is conducted on the opening day of high profile offerings at the New York Stock Exchange the inquiry's span a number of market debuts for so called unicorns including slack technologies PGA any Corp creditors trying to save their bid to take control of the bankrupt utility's restructuring sweeten their offer to wild fire victims and made new proposals aimed at winning over governor Gavin Newsom in a letter to Newsome creditors said they are prepared to pay the victims thirteen and a half billion dollars in cash up front instead of using stock in the reorganized company to finance half of the settlement all these group as a you said it would halt operations on the Nord stream to pipeline from Russia to Germany this as president trump approve sanctions targeting the project critics say it will bind Europe more tightly to Moscow meantime Russian energy company Gazprom and Ukraine reached a landmark agreement that will allow Russian gas to flow to Europe via its neighbor through the end of twenty twenty four and settle all of the related legal disputes this even as the U. S. impose sanctions on that separate Russian pipeline project in the Baltic a defining moment in the history of the oil refining and shipping industries is at hand Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett explains in just a matter of days thousands of ships the world over will be forced to use fuel containing less sulfur in order to comply with global rules set out by the international maritime organization those who don't could face penalties and even imprisonment ports will be deploying drones to literally sniff out wrongdoers the regulations are having a profound effect on oil refineries and the cost of seaborne trade looks set to rise Charlie Papa Bloomberg radio global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg this is.

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Global oil demand could peak in 2020, Saudi Aramco IPO shows

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Global oil demand could peak in 2020, Saudi Aramco IPO shows

"Oil Saudi Aramco has a warning about demand more from Bloomberg Susanna Palmer Aramco says global oil demand may peak within the next twenty years that's according to the prospectus out regarding a ram because planned I PO which sites industry consultant I. H. S. market and a second perspective in the document suggests even a faster transition away from fossil fuels that suggests the views are finally changing in the kingdom which has long dismissed that notion is overblown U. Ramco share sale could be the world's biggest ever investors are expected to start bidding November seventeenth Susanna Palmer Bloomberg

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Bloomberg Radio New York

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"And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters as we've been reporting Saudi Arabia's oil production was disrupted by about five million barrels a day this after a fleet of ten explosive drones targeted the heart of the kingdom's oil industry starting fires at the world's biggest oil processing plant state oil company Saudi Aramco said the fires were contained Hootie rebels in Yemen who have launched a several drone attacks on Saudi targets claimed responsibility. more now on the violence between pro China demonstrators and other protesters in Hong Kong that broke out early today with angry clashes in different areas of the city and this is on a weekend when people traditionally celebrate the mid autumn festival holiday the demonstrations have continued despite chief executive Carrie lam September fourth decision to withdraw the extradition legislation that sparked the unrest more than three months ago helicon interactive is getting a muted rating of neutral in wall street's first official rating more from Bloomberg Charlie Pellett peloton is expected to price its initial public offering on September twenty fifth DA Davidson analyst Michael Kawamoto right said while the maker of connected exercise bikes has shown impressive revenue growth he's concerned about market saturation and the path to scale Kawamoto does not expect profitability of the company for about three to four years Charlie Papa Bloomberg radio the Sackler family that owns oxycontin maker Purdue pharma made about one billion dollars in transfers among themselves and their shell companies that according to New York Attorney General a teacher James in a letter to the judge in the case the transfers some through Swiss bank accounts were revealed in documents provided by an unspecified financial institution in response to a subpoena global news twenty four hours a day on air added tictoc on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg. these birds.

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China will exempt Tesla cars from purchase tax

Bloomberg Opinion

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

China will exempt Tesla cars from purchase tax

"Tesla one exemption from a ten percent purchase tax on the vehicles it sells in China scoring a significant break despite tensions between China and the US the exemption which typically is reserved for domestic makers of electric vehicles affects all Tesla models sold in China a test was spokeswoman didn't respond to a request for comment Dutch news media are reporting Hudson's bay company's European adventure is nearing an end this as the Canadian retailer plans to close its fifteen Dutch department stores the company which has existed in some form since sixteen seventy will shut the Dutch stores and dismissed the work force of more than fourteen hundred by the end of the year a spokesperson wasn't immediately available to comment global news twenty four hours a day on air and it took took on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg

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"susanna palmer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"susanna palmer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters it was a wild week for stocks as investors worried a recession is coming for the week the S. and P. five hundred fell one percent the Dow was down one and a half percent the nasdaq down eight tenths of one percent this week year to date stocks are still higher the S. and P. five hundred up fifteen and a quarter percent the Dow is up eleven percent and the nasdaq still up nineteen percent year to date in the treasury markets those recession fears pushed yields lower the ten year note was last quoted at a yield of one point five six percent the thirty year bond is on all time low and ended the week at two point zero three percent Brian battle is director of performance trust companies he says of trade tensions ease between the US and China we could see a quick turn higher for yields that's an outrageous number that the thirty year treasury notice two percent which of probably below the inflation rate SO two percent to percent very important but remember what's causing the marketing volatiles all these political headlines if trump Angie meet tomorrow and say everything's fine we're off to the races and regional higher so it's not a fundamental thing it's a political thing that is driving markets right now and you can switch on a dime we've seen in the past couple of days battle was interviewed on Bloomberg television with interest rates on thirty year U. S. debt hitting all time lows this week the government is once again considering whether to start borrowing for even longer U. S. treasury said yesterday it wants to know what investors think about the government potentially issuing fifty year or one hundred year bonds Argentina was downgraded deeper into junk territory by two of the three biggest ratings companies there is as markets brace for a possible default after the populist opposition in Argentina won a landslide victory in last Sunday's primary election global news twenty four hours a day on air added tictoc on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg yeah I think he was strolling along in good will win just past that mid century side table and denim.

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Pfizer in talks to merge off-patent drugs business with Mylan

Fox News Sunday

02:00 min | 3 years ago

Pfizer in talks to merge off-patent drugs business with Mylan

"I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters two big themes will dominate this week on Wednesday the federal reserve wraps up a two day meeting in Washington with an interest rate decision investors are expecting a quarter point rate cut to come out of that meeting also almost three months after a breakdown in trade talks Chinese and American negotiators meet again in Shanghai this week two days of talks are set to restart on Tuesday deep tensions remain and there are mixed signals from both sides Charles Henry Munch how is C. E. O. L. mail capital he says the trump administration is balancing possible recession against being seen as soft on trade we are in the pre election year we don't see Mr trump taking too much we can respond that sites he wants to avoid economic recession at any price but on the other hand is the one to do it in front of the Chinese Montero was interviewed on Bloomberg daybreak also on the agenda this week earnings reports quite a lot of companies are set to report including apple master card yeah Chrysler Toyota G. E. and beyond meat representatives from Europe China and Russia nations they're still committed to the Iran nuclear deal plan to meet with Iran's representative in Vienna today to discuss how to save the accord the meeting of diplomats takes place after Iran surpassed the deal stockpile and enrichment limits has learned exact sciences Corp which is developing tests for cancer and is the maker of the Colo guard colon cancer test is in advanced talks to acquire genomic health for about two point eight billion dollars this to boost its cancer testing business genomic health business also centers around cancer screenings the source says an agreement could be announced as early as this week but discussions could still be delayed or fall apart global news twenty four hours a day on air had it checked out on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg these

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"susanna palmer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"susanna palmer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters there's a development in efforts to get the Boeing seven thirty seven MAX back in the air in flight simulations test pilots for the government say the plane's flight computer tried to push the air across nose down repeatedly prompted by a stream of incorrect flight data the flaw was revealed by the FAA last month however Bloomberg has learned from a source that the flood didn't occur as a result of a computer hardware defect which would back Boeing's claim it can fix the problem with the relatively simple software change president Donald Trump said China may wait until after the twenty twenty U. S. presidential election to sign a trade agreement this is says because Beijing would prefer to reach a deal with a Democrat and he predicts when he wins China will sign a deal almost immediately Dow Jones citing people familiar with the matter reports Fizer is in talks to merge its off patent drugs business with generic drugmaker Mylan envy that's a deal that would a giant global seller of lower priced medicines France is sticking to its plan to tax the big multinational technology companies that would defy the president trump's suggestion that he might impose tariffs on French wine French finance minister Bruno lemaire said in Paris today that the wind terrace and the digital tax are completely different issues and shouldn't be lumped together the French tax and trump's response threaten to further strain trans Atlantic ties U. K. prime minister Boris Johnson says the so called Irish backstop concerning the flow of goods and services across Ireland's border.

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"susanna palmer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"susanna palmer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters. The White House says the Trump administration and China delegation led by Chinese vice-premier. Lou heck had productive meetings and made progress on numerous key issues in trade negotiations this week in Washington and White House also says significant work remains and the principals deputy ministers and delegation members will be in continuous contact to resolve outstanding issues two weeks ago, Google established and external panel of experts to review thorny ethical issues related to artificial intelligence it quickly imploded after a staff revolt of the panel's members the company disbanded the panel on Thursday afternoon, its members never even got a chance to meet Switzerland is proposing bigger capital cushions for the country's top banks. This government said in a statement the finance ministry is weighing in amendment two rules to try to win. Sure that the parent companies of systematically important banks that too big deal banks are sufficiently well capitalized in the event of a crisis. Wall Street is already watching the twenty twenty presidential race. Bloomberg's Nathan Hager has a look at what investors are expecting most equity investors in an RV survey. Thank President Trump will be reelected next year. But if a democrat wins more than two thirds think Joe Biden would be friendliest to the stock market are says it could way on the market. If Biden doesn't declare his running or someone else wins the nomination. Fifty one percent of investors. Think Elizabeth Warren would be least stock friendly. Followed by Bernie Sanders at thirty eight percent. Nathan Hager, Bloomberg radio. Deutchebanks moving to reassure US. Investors and customers the German.

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"susanna palmer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"susanna palmer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters. Remember quantitative easing on bond fund managers minds as they note flagging global growth and take stock efforts to combat it managers. Bloomberg spoke to warn that with the fed funds target in a range of two and a quarter to two and a half percent. Fed officials won't have nearly the conventional firepower to lower interest rates to fight a downturn. And so they might need to return to buying bonds Russian internet trolls appear to be shifting strategy in their efforts to disrupt the twenty twenty US. Elections cybersecurity experts say they are promoting politically divisive messages through phony social media accounts instead of creating propaganda themselves, and they're trying to get around protections put in place by companies including Facebook and Twitter to find and remove fake content. That hackers created China, and the US must agree to monitor trade in a way that is fair and equal to both sides that according to China's vice commerce. Minister washer when Wong said today in Beijing. He feels hopeful about the prospects for the negotiations, which are nearing completion. There are emerging signs that China's economy risks deflation, China's factory price growth remained steady in February at a close to zero reading Bloomberg economist, David quote in Hong Kong says disinflation continues and deflation in China's manufacturing sector may be right around the corner, Bloomberg has learned to Blackstone infrastructure partners is in talks to buy a minority stake in Carrick Inc. Characters is the operator of ports and rail yards in more than two hundred fifty locations around the globe. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and it ticked up on Twitter. Powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg..

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Buffett appears to fault Trump, laments deals dearth in Berkshire letter

Financial Issues

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

Buffett appears to fault Trump, laments deals dearth in Berkshire letter

"On Saturday, Warren Buffett released his annual letter to shareholders and Berkshire Hathaway's fourth quarter financial results. Bloomberg's Susanna Palmer reports berkshires operating earnings rose seventy one percent from the prior year. The company also broke with tradition. Buying back. One point three billion dollars in stock last year. Berkshire is currently sitting on one hundred twelve billion dollars in cash and well buffet wants to spend that on a big acquisition. It doesn't see it happening soon. But it also makes it clear he wants Berkshire to remain one company when he's gone saying the whole is considerably greater than some of the

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"susanna palmer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"susanna palmer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters acting White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, warns that another partial government shutdown is possible. That's if President Donald Trump and congressional leaders can't come to an agreement that includes funding for a US, Mexico border wall Mulvaney was interviewed today on Fox News Sunday in the UK, Prime Minister, Theresa may faces votes in parliament this week on amendments to her Brexit withdrawal agreement. The government is opposing moves by rank and file politicians to force a delay in the March exit date rather than crash out of the European Union without an agreement Philip Hammond, UK chancellor of the exchequer spoke to Bloomberg at the economic forum in Davos, what would be a betrayal of the British people is if we either didn't deliver Brexit for them, or we delivered Brexit in a way that undermined their prosperity in an I believe in no deal. Brexit would undermine Britain's prosperity. And that is not what people voted for votes on amendments in the UK are planned for Tuesday. Venezuela scrapped its decision to sever diplomatic ties with the US each country agreed to keep a so called interest section opened in their respective capitals. They operate like embassies. The countries have thirty days to set those up coming up this week. We get earnings from closely watched apple Bloomberg's Deborah mount reports apple shares plunged earlier this month after lowering its revenue outlook for the first time. In twenty years. The focus on Tuesday will be on how the company plans to cut back its.

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Bloomberg, Mick Mulvaney And UK discussed on Fox News Sunday

Fox News Sunday

00:16 sec | 3 years ago

Bloomberg, Mick Mulvaney And UK discussed on Fox News Sunday

"Headquarters acting White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, warns that another partial government shutdown is possible. That's if President Donald Trump and congressional leaders can't come to an agreement that includes funding for a US, Mexico border wall Mulvaney was interviewed today on Fox News Sunday in the UK, Prime Minister, Theresa may faces votes in parliament this week on amendments to her Brexit withdrawal agreement. The government is opposing moves by rank and file politicians to force a delay in the March exit date rather than crash out of the European Union without an agreement Philip Hammond, UK chancellor of the exchequer spoke to Bloomberg at the economic forum in Davos, what would be a betrayal of the British people. If we either didn't deliver Brexit for them, or we delivered Brexit in a way that undermined their prosperity in an I believe in no deal Brexit would undermine Britain's prosperity. And that is not what people voted for votes on amendments in the UK. K R planned for Tuesday. Then as scrapped its decision to sever diplomatic ties with the US each country agreed to keep so-called interest section opened in their respective Capitols, operate like embassies. The countries have thirty days to set those up coming up this week. We get earnings from closely watched apple Bloomberg's Deborah Maui. Reports apple shares plunged earlier this month after lowering its revenue outlook for the first time. In twenty years. The focus on Tuesday will be on how the company plans to cut back its dependence on the iphone and grow at services business. A whole lot of other companies are set to report earnings as well, including Lockheed. Martin Honeywell Qualcomm, Facebook, Microsoft, and tesla meantime, there's an FOMC meeting, and we also get the January jobs report. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and it took on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Susanna Palmer this. This is Bloomberg. Winning

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"susanna palmer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"susanna palmer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters secretary of state Michael Pompeo took the US effort to recognize one Guido as Venezuela's rightful leader to the United Nations in an emergency meeting today of the UN Security Council Pompeo said now it is time for every other nation to pick a side. Now, more delays, no more games. Either. You stand with the forces of freedom or your in league with Maduro and his mayhem. Today's meeting was part of a broader campaign to replace President, Nicolas Maduro Pompeii also criticised to China and Russia for propping up a failed Madero regime. Russia pushed back saying the US was trying to engineer a coup in Caracas strong demand and a tight job market have given companies a chance to raise prices coming into this year, and they're testing the waters gingerly consumer goods businesses, including Kimberly, Clark, Colgate, Palmolive and Procter and gamble have lifted prices. According to comments on. Quarterly earnings conference calls airlines railroads are also said to be making attempts to raise prices money Graham, which provides payment services to consumers and businesses is exploring strategic alternatives, including sale that according to Reuters, citing sources the news came down late in the session yesterday money Graham, Rose nearly eleven percent Google, Amazon and Facebook all set company records for lobbying last year as Washington's scrutiny of big tech intensified more from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett. Alphabet Schuylkill unit spent more than twenty one million dollars to influence Washington. According to federal disclosures in a year when it's CEO cinder Pichai made his first appearance before congress. According to a filing the search, which spent four point nine million dollars in the last three months of the year beat its previous record of more than eighteen million dollars from 2017 global news twenty four hours a day on air and at back on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than. One hundred twenty countries, I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. This.

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Federal Reserve, Bloomberg And Bloomberg World discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:11 sec | 3 years ago

Federal Reserve, Bloomberg And Bloomberg World discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"Arizona state Appalachian state delivered a forty five thirteen trouncing of middle Tennessee in the New Orleans bowl and Georgia Southern edged eastern Michigan twenty three twenty one in the chameleon. I'm Barbara Kusak. And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters as UK Prime Minister Theresa may prepares to face lawmakers in parliament tomorrow her team is pushing back on claims that cabinet ministers have been working on the possibility of a second referendum on leaving the European Union. A Brexit do over maze education secretary and chief of staff denied there are preparations for a second Brexit referendum. A are denying published reports newspapers that one could be in the works bond. Traders are all but certain the Federal Reserve will tighten policy this week this centers on officials latest forecasts for interest rates and the economy and whether to and ten year yields will invert following the inversion earlier in the month of three and five year yields the ten year note last quoted at yield of two point eight nine percent. The two year yield last quoted at two point seven three percent. Economists say the Federal Reserve could shift gears in two thousand hundred after raising interest rates next week more from blue. Bloomberg's Vinny Del Judas. The fed is titan three times since the start of the year and another quarter point hike is expected Wednesday. Looking further ahead. A Bloomberg survey of economists says the fed will make just two moves next year amid forecasts for slower economic growth depending on March and September Vinny Del Giudice, Bloomberg radio. On the economic calendar this week along with the Fed's decision on interest rates. We get reads on housing starts. Existing home sales, durable goods orders and personal income and spending. Several companies will report earnings this week among them that ex general mills and Nike.

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China, Canada And Mang Juan Joe discussed on Bloomberg Business of Sports with Scott Soshnick and Michael Barr

Bloomberg Business of Sports with Scott Soshnick and Michael Barr

00:14 sec | 4 years ago

China, Canada And Mang Juan Joe discussed on Bloomberg Business of Sports with Scott Soshnick and Michael Barr

"Tomorrow. China is a ratcheting up the pressure on Canada over the arrest of prominent Chinese businesswoman. Mang Juan Joe chief financial officer of wa wait technologies. China threatened to grave consequences against Canada. If she's not released immediately. China's says it says a violation of a Chinese citizens legitimate rights and interests on Friday, the US began its case against her in a van Couva courtroom alleging that man had hidden ties between wa and a company called sky com that did business in Iran candidate is presenting the case on behalf of the US which wants to extradite man who was arrested in Canada last week. This newscast was brought to you by sector spider. ETF's why buy a single stock when you can invest in the entire sector, visit sector S P D R S dot com or call one eight six six sector ETF global news twenty four hours a day on air hand at ticked up on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. This

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Buffett's Berkshire doubles profit, repurchases $900 million stock in third quarter

Bloomberg Law

00:31 sec | 4 years ago

Buffett's Berkshire doubles profit, repurchases $900 million stock in third quarter

"With the midterm elections. Just days away. Researchers have identified what they call a coordinated network of Twitter accounts, that's pushing false and misleading narratives about election integrity with hashtags such as at voter fraud. The hedge funds that now own the toys R us brand plan to relaunch the toy retailer as a standalone operation next year at according to people familiar with the matter before opening their own establishments. The funds are partnering with Kroger the largest grocery store operator in the US to create pop-ups actions in about six hundred stores weightwatchers tanked the most in three years as analysts voiced caution on third quarter results that missed expectations and retention rates. That stopped growing for the first time in more than a year weightwatchers fell almost thirty percent Friday. Global news twenty four hours a day on air hand picked up on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg.

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Buffett's Berkshire doubles profit, repurchases $900 million stock in third quarter

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:30 sec | 4 years ago

Buffett's Berkshire doubles profit, repurchases $900 million stock in third quarter

"Wall Street analysts were looking for AT and T's political action committee is pulling its support from Iowa Republican Steve king. It's the latest corporate down here to end to contributions to the congressman over his embrace of white nationalists and for rhetoric that has been denounced as racist. President Donald Trump's newfound zeal to resolve his trade war with China risks hitting some familiar obstacles. And that includes himself people familiar with the matters that he directed his cabinet to draft potential terms for a trade deal. He could agree to at the conference in Argentina later this month. But pessimism remains. Ned Davis research is turning bearish on global shares for the first time since two thousand nine the year. The bull market began the story from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett. Tim Hayes the firm's chief global investment strategist says investors should sell stocks and bonds because the equity decline is only halfway done. He cut the recommended allocation for stocks by five percentage points to fifty percent below the fifty five percent level the firm considers its normal allocation, he says investors should earmark forty percent of their money to bonds and ten percent to cash Charlie Pellett. Bloomberg radio. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and it ticked up on Twitter. Powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg.

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00:31 sec | 4 years ago

BloombergBloomberg and Susanna Palmer discussed on

"Ninety fifth anniversary of Turkey's establishment as a Republic and a bitterly divided Brazil holds its presidential runoff election today. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and it ticked up on Twitter. Powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. Welcome to Bloomberg opinion on Bloomberg radio. Bring you news comments and insights from Bloomberg opinions worldwide

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Comcast outbids Fox with $39 billion offer for Sky in auction

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:38 sec | 4 years ago

Comcast outbids Fox with $39 billion offer for Sky in auction

"It's founder he resigned from Papa John's is summer over his of a racial slur. I'm Ann Cates. And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters are big time media acquisition moved forward today. Comcast had the highest bid and a quick fire auction of Skype ELC that deals Rupert Murdoch's twenty th Century Fox a potential knockout blow in the battle for Europe's largest satellite broadcaster, the UK takeover panel says Comcast offered twenty two dollars fifty nine cents a share for sky compared with FOX's twenty dollars. Forty eight

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JP Morgan chief Dimon says shouldn't have made remarks about Trump

Fox News Sunday

00:20 sec | 4 years ago

JP Morgan chief Dimon says shouldn't have made remarks about Trump

"And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters. The Wall Street Journal reports Amazon dot com is conducting an investigation into employees that are said to be giving sellers on its e commerce program. Confidential. Data for a fee employees are allegedly selling information on sales and searches

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