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"tracy alloway" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast

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04:53 min | Last month

"tracy alloway" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast

"And so what research typically shows is that they're to traits off the fi that are really powerful predictors of relationship satisfaction so how satisfied couples before to feeling in their romantic relationships. One is conscientiousness so if over the partner who's conscientious you can imagine. They're to put the work end. They've got that effort. The tricky thing is that in our twenty three younger conscientiousness can appear negative. It can appear someone who's a perfectionist. Who's just kind of consumer there. Were sort of the good thing about conscientious ness. Is it mallows over time. So if you have someone asks their to these deduct positive aspects of conscientious really start to shine and and you know they're gonna put that same level of effort into your relationships are the second is agreeable. Which makes sense if you think about everyday like it's full of small decisions sometimes you think of partnerships is largest but it's a small decision that can either make a break as agreeable is an important predictor of how satisfied we feel in our long term romantic relationships so interesting so on conscientiousness. Is there a line of fine line between like hustling for your affection or or or worthiness in this relationship and having goals and being goal oriented i. It feels like there may be an separately. How do you like. How do you gauge where you are in each of these five buckets like is there. What resource would you use. I've no idea. But i'm like desperate now to go out. Where am i like over. Indexing where am i under indexing. The tools to help in the places where i am under. Let's go and then psychologists have the extra for that they are not if you if you google big five personality tests in standardized. So i don't mean like kind of ak spoke for you to do but actually legitimate psychologically driven standardized measures of the big five personality as a professor in. That's actually one of the tools. I look at it. My classroom i bring that students we critique it be evaluated we say is even on value..

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"tracy alloway" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast

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02:01 min | Last month

"tracy alloway" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast

"So one of the first things i did was look at leadership and leadership is not a personality trait. It's not like extroversion introverts. We're not born with a particular leadership traits and for women that i've spoken to so far this for that was a game changing. They say. I always thought of myself as this kind of leader. That's the way things board but in fact it's a style just like we were talking about decision making we adopt. The best leadership saw the most effective leadership style for the situation and they're typically to ravi speaking to one is a transactional leader and that is the goal driven. Ab got project with our deadline to get it done and the second style is transformational assist the collaborative connective. Everyone put ideas on the table. Let's kinda see what's gonna work here. And i think again skiers not one style is better award affected. It does depend on the situation. So here's what's interesting. Dave is two things one in another study out when women adopted style is not authentic when they tried to adopt more masculine traits not authentic to themselves their meal colleagues perceived them as weaker so it was counterproductive so there appears emile pierre specifically were saying. I don't think she's a strong leader because that did not see authentic to. She was the leader. And the second thing. I found from my own research lab. Is that when women were adopting. The style that was modeled antic to themselves. They were more likely to experience stress and burnout very shapely hugh. The strength is in the room. Almost see what that situation is called. And don't feel like you have to put yourself in a box of pigeonhole resolve because you're thinking that leadership is imprinted and you're born with that and that's what you should be doing. Thirty million women are impacted by weakened or thinning hair. If you're among them you should know.

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"tracy alloway" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast

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04:47 min | Last month

"tracy alloway" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast

"And they know when you tell you have to juggle multiple pieces what you know when you think it is knows what they don't know what you wanna present what we want to seal and so on and that involves active member we have to kind of keep track of all of these moving arcs and i thought that children as young as six seven the higher the working the better there what berries or were the better. They were telling lies but what i find interesting here. So the myth is do women tell more. is that manage and what. I was looking at line a little bit differently so not so much. White lies versus big lies or so on but what psychologists call antisocial versus trunk socialize so imagine a young child cookie crumbs all over the face. Mom dad says. Did you eat those cookies. That's an antisocial lie. They're lying to protect themselves. They wanna get in trouble. A pro social line digital brother assists. Eat those cookies. And they say no no didn't to protect someone else so pro social like the name suggests you lie to protect yourself and there's a few pieces of adult percents to show that women will tell will pro social lives than anti socialize. So here we see this idea of community protection coming into play again and i wanted to trap us back. Help our back down. The lifespan is go out already on. Can we see signs of pro social lying in this case and so i won't put the group of three boils. We had a really fun studies. We put up a game a basket people balls and they had to throw those bowls into the basket but davey sent him up for failure. Who said a distance so our way that they could be successful but we incentivize them that you said the more baskets you make this big prize so we kinda wanted them to cheat and lie about a little bit and of course then we had an adult come in and also intentionally cheat and it'll come a little closer they should to make those baskets and be asked. Did you cheat when you were throwing those balls in the basket and did the adults she..

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"tracy alloway" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast

RISE Together Podcast

04:47 min | Last month

"tracy alloway" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast

"Take us through another strength. What's the second most important strength. You might call out in like a girl. I think this is actually not so much strength but in awareness and it's really about a mental help and it's interesting that you just mentioned the spinning your wheels because that is one of the things i wanted to look at in the context of happiness and and mental health and obviously the converse of parallel of action. And how that affects us men and women differently and we do see hugh that neuro. Chemistry plays a very or rule so the female rain is set. Up that we have three times more receptors that make us attend to stress anxiety and so we know that that's a new chemistry but that's not deterministic..

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"tracy alloway" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast

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02:18 min | Last month

"tracy alloway" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast

"It's not necessarily different per se but how many women respond to stresses in decision. Making to ed's i don't like to label decisions with value labels that good or bad but effective or less effective so you're absolutely by dating some situations. It may be more effective to make that hot decision making that what may be perceived as an emotional decision for the reasons you indicated another times it may be more effective to the way everything out so i think again is is out to you the listener to the individual. What did you need to do in this situation. And you have a quick tip to be able to stick your head in the bucket of ice if you're struggling to the track in your way. Yeah what's interesting is. I think i tend to listen to intuition which i associate actually a little bit war with emotion than cognition and i will then find other people who in objectively and distance from the decision. That's being made can play devil's advocate or ask if i may be thought about a different angle but there are plenty of times. I don't know maybe. I'm weird but there are plenty of times when that first instinct that tends to be a little closer to emotion ends up being the one that i'll go with because i feel it in a way that sometimes i can just over think things. I'm like kind of pragmatic practical person by nature. And i can just spin spin spin when i need to make a fast decision. I tend to go on emotion and got a little bit more than i do laying every single thing out. I really loved that you talked about that. That instinct in that first instinctual decision psychologists called thin slicing this idea that you can look at a very small piece of information to make a decision right away and actually that is not so much emotion as drawing from your wealth of experience and expertise in that particular area. So you know. It's almost like an artist looking at gauging and being able to evaluate..

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"tracy alloway" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast

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04:35 min | Last month

"tracy alloway" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast

"And i want to understand what those strengths are. But i also love at. The strengths ended up dispelling myths. That may exist in the broader consciousness of the world. So what's better. Should we dive into the strengths. And maybe see how you can also disassemble some of the myths that some of our listeners may be themselves victim to and either that state at okay. What is what is the first drink. You might point someone to when it comes to how women's brains work for me and that actually is not the one. Because i feel strongly about this in the idea of how we made decisions under stress and how uniquely rain is set up to make those decisions and the myth that goes allow. That is that women tend to make more emotional decisions so a really fun way that i used to unpack this kind of the way in which a brain works was using something the trolley dilemma and so we may have heard of this made. Its way of tv shows and so on. But you're there be a bystander. You see this train of probably early towards you is going to harm by people you can save the day by switching the tracks you will arm. What a person does. What do you do a big dilemma here. And we know from other research that when people are tasked with making this decision they actually show physiological scientists festival. They do take this decision making very seriously now. Often what's happened is a women. Tend to make what's called a a hot decision so we know the two pathways in our break. A hot decision-making center. That's a big deal outbreaks emotional center driving that so often. You hear comments like i can't do. I can't shoot you. The erdo attitudes too much or cold decision making center house in the front about grade. Prefrontal cortex the more rational utilitarian approach. Now what. I discovered this. I was writing. This chapter is that women tend to fall under this hot decision making tight because first of all we are motivated by a desire to protect. We don't want to cause harm so actually while the surface it may not look so positive is actually coming from a really old protective place. Women don't want to cause harm to anyone to five people one person and as a result they tend to look like making a hot decision making approach now in my lab. I found something fun that you can actually switch in your brain. So let's say you are head hunted. You're given a job in a new city. And you. I saw when i can't let my team down. I want to keep everyone together. I got a check will build together. I don't wanna cause from anybody and so at that point it becomes a little tricky to make at that cold decision and i found that by introducing a little bit of stress. We can flip the switch.

"tracy alloway" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast

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02:33 min | Last month

"tracy alloway" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast

"Book is called. Think like a girl. Ten unique strengths of a woman's brain and how to make them work for you. I come on. We got a dive into so one of the cool things about the book. There are of course these ten unique strengths. And i want to understand what those strengths are. But i also love at. The strengths ended up dispelling myths. That may exist in the broader consciousness of the world. So what's better. Should we dive into the strengths. And maybe see how you can also disassemble some of the myths that some of our listeners may be themselves victim to and either that state at okay. What is what is the first drink. You might point someone to when it comes to how women's brains work for me and that actually is not the one. Because i feel strongly about this in the idea of how we made decisions under stress and how uniquely rain is set up to make those decisions and the myth that goes allow. That is that women tend to make more emotional decisions so a really fun way that i used to unpack this kind of the way in which a brain works was using something the trolley dilemma and so we may have heard of this made. Its way of tv shows and so on. But you're there be a bystander. You see this train of probably early towards you is going to harm by people you can save the day by switching the tracks you will arm. What a person does. What do you do a big dilemma here. And we know from other research that when people are tasked with making this decision they actually show physiological scientists festival. They do take this decision making very seriously now. Often what's happened is a women. Tend to make what's called a a hot decision so we know the two pathways in our break. A hot decision-making center. That's a big deal outbreaks emotional center driving that so often. You hear comments like i can't do. I can't shoot you. The erdo attitudes too much or cold decision making center house in the front about grade. Prefrontal cortex the more rational utilitarian approach. Now what. I discovered this. I was writing. This chapter is that women tend to fall under this hot decision making tight because first of all we are motivated by a desire to protect. We don't want to cause harm so actually while the surface it may not look so positive is actually coming from a really old protective place. Women don't want to cause harm to anyone to five people one person and as a result they tend to look like making a hot decision making approach

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Unique Strengths of the Female Brain with Cognitive Psychologist Dr. Tracy Alloway

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02:33 min | Last month

Unique Strengths of the Female Brain with Cognitive Psychologist Dr. Tracy Alloway

"Book is called. Think like a girl. Ten unique strengths of a woman's brain and how to make them work for you. I come on. We got a dive into so one of the cool things about the book. There are of course these ten unique strengths. And i want to understand what those strengths are. But i also love at. The strengths ended up dispelling myths. That may exist in the broader consciousness of the world. So what's better. Should we dive into the strengths. And maybe see how you can also disassemble some of the myths that some of our listeners may be themselves victim to and either that state at okay. What is what is the first drink. You might point someone to when it comes to how women's brains work for me and that actually is not the one. Because i feel strongly about this in the idea of how we made decisions under stress and how uniquely rain is set up to make those decisions and the myth that goes allow. That is that women tend to make more emotional decisions so a really fun way that i used to unpack this kind of the way in which a brain works was using something the trolley dilemma and so we may have heard of this made. Its way of tv shows and so on. But you're there be a bystander. You see this train of probably early towards you is going to harm by people you can save the day by switching the tracks you will arm. What a person does. What do you do a big dilemma here. And we know from other research that when people are tasked with making this decision they actually show physiological scientists festival. They do take this decision making very seriously now. Often what's happened is a women. Tend to make what's called a a hot decision so we know the two pathways in our break. A hot decision-making center. That's a big deal outbreaks emotional center driving that so often. You hear comments like i can't do. I can't shoot you. The erdo attitudes too much or cold decision making center house in the front about grade. Prefrontal cortex the more rational utilitarian approach. Now what. I discovered this. I was writing. This chapter is that women tend to fall under this hot decision making tight because first of all we are motivated by a desire to protect. We don't want to cause harm so actually while the surface it may not look so positive is actually coming from a really old protective place. Women don't want to cause harm to anyone to five people one person and as a result they tend to look like making a hot decision making approach

"tracy alloway" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast

RISE Together Podcast

04:01 min | Last month

"tracy alloway" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast

"Dr tracy. eum alloway is an award winning british cognitive psychologists known for her research on working memory. He's a professor of psychology at the university of north florida where she is also the director of the graduate program in psychology. She is the author of fifteen books and more than one hundred scientific articles that have been featured on the bbc. Good morning america today show forbes bloomberg and a bunch of others. He also has a book. We're gonna talk about this. It's so fascinating. Think like a girl. Ten unique strengths of women's brain and how to make them work for you. It just came out in may plays welcome. Dr tracy alloway to the show. What.

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Why The Rise of Passive Investing Might Be Distorting The Market

Odd Lots

09:54 min | 1 year ago

Why The Rise of Passive Investing Might Be Distorting The Market

"Hello and welcome to another episode of the odd lots podcast. I'm Tracy alloway and I'm Joe Weisenthal. So Joe I tweeted something recently early and It provoked a large response on social media. It's weird how that happens right. You tweeted something that provoked a response. I I find it very hard to believe. I know it's outrageous but I was talking about. Have you heard of the fire of movement. Yes vaguely like I am familiar with it. It's has to do with people Retiring early right. Yeah so it's fire as an F. R. E. and it stands for financial independence retire early and the basic idea is you can save a lot of money and if you invest it wisely you can retire at an early age like in your thirties and supposedly it's it can work out for for. Even normal people are people on normal normal salaries. We're not talking about really wealthy people and the thing that I always find really interesting about. It is when you go and read about how people are actually investing investing that money so that they can retire early. They're almost all talking about doing it themselves. And be through passive investments events like. ATS right exactly right. So people think they live frugally. They they work for several years. They live frugally. But but then they sort of have this confidence that historical returns that we've seen in stock and bond markets throughout the world will always be there for them in the future and so they just put a bunch of money in passive. ETF's or you know it passive ish ETF's and then they count on that existing for the rest of their lives and then they do something. I don't know they go on. Read it or tweet for the next from thirty five until that's right and the reason I find. This wasn't so bad to me to be honest I would be. I would do that if I if I had confidence. You can see the going up for sure but the reason I find it so interesting. From a market perspective is to me it hits upon like a number for a very very important themes but really it hits upon this question of whether or not the fire movement can exist without the bull market that we've seen for the last ten years right like it's very easy to say dump all your money in something like You know a vanguard total stock market. ETF and just watch it soar. When that's the thing that's been happening for years and years and years? Well I'll say two things. One is certainly raises. The question about whether this subculture can continue to exist but it also raises another question about people who aren't in that subculture but in a way have defacto in fact he'll bought into because this mantra that we've gotten from Sort of the media and fund management industry is okay. Most people aren't saying you should try to retire at thirty five or forty but this idea never try to time. The market never pick individual stocks. Just have a broad diversified provide basket of ETF that you may be rebalanced every once in a while has become so intense and extreme and everyone's being pushed to invest like that so even if you are one one of the fire people on read it it still raises the question. Of how much is everyone else who is not planning on per se. Retiring early. Essentially bought into Olis' extreme version of the same story absolutely and you'll see a lot of the investment advice set. The fire people talk about is actually very very similar to advice given to people generally generally when it comes to their 401k's and stuff like that passive is supposed to be cheaper. It's supposed to be much better. But what if there's a downside to passive of investing we've spoken about active versus passive on the podcast before but we haven't done that much on how passive investing might actually be changing the the way the market functions. No absolutely and it's such an important question given as we've been talking about how many people have portfolios in which the only action they do is just add to the same basket of three or four. ATF's every single month working lives. It's been fantastic since the crisis with incredible rally in stocks and bonds simultaneously but as they say Past performance no guarantee of future returns. This is true all all right. Well I'm happy to say that we have the perfect person to talk about this today. our guest is Mike Greene. He's the chief strategist and portfolio manager over at Logica a capital investors. Mike thanks for being on. Thank you for having me so I guess my first question is. How did you get interested in at this? Particular area examining the impact of passive investing on the broader market. Is that something that you are observing in your sort of day job. Well the way I think of my day job is to really try to understand the market structure. I'm not a traitor in the traditional sense wasn't trained on a prop desk or anything else and so you know I've always managed to make money by trying to figure out. Actually what people are being forced to do. What is the incentive structure? That's causing people to do what I think is fundamentally irrational rather than just saying. Hey they're crazy using stupid and this eventually stop the opportunity to dig in and understand. Actually the incentive structures that have been created the restraint requirements requirements for people to engage in certain transactions whether it's from a regulatory framework or whether that's from a an institutional framework basically built into their Prospectus this ultimately that can create the opportunity to identify trades that you think are irrational and have the potential to break as that behavior is brought to its logical extreme. That's how I stumbled onto this stuff. So what are in your view. The big structural trends or the big structural impositions on individual investors or pension refund or any other entity. That has a lot of money that are all causing people to sort of invest in the same way right now one of the big the key ideas here. So there's a couple of Keith. Things the first is is that the growth of passive investing has has been well documented right and the narrative behind the outperformance fundamentally built around the work of of Bill Sharpe. who was the father of of the sharp ratio The cap M Formula Etcetera His paper in Nineteen ninety-one called the arithmetic of active management management. Is this analysis that we've all heard that says fundamentally passive investors by definition are only matching the active investors in terms of their overall allocation. And so the difference is just GonNa it'd be fees which means that the active managers underperform. Everyone accepts this Today because we've seen the evidence of the outperformance of passive but very few people take time to go back and actually look at the construction of the problem. The assumptions that existed under that the assumptions are just absurd right so in in the definition of what a passive investor is according to Bill. Sharpe is that pass. Investors hold all the securities on the market. How do they get in? That's magic out of the get out. That's also magic. They never transact right the minute they transact they ceased to be passive investors and as we know passing vehicles or feeling with billions and billions of dollars of inflows on a daily and weekly basis there in the market transacting. They are the single largest trans actors actors. By far and as a result they have to be influencing the market they cannot be passive the fundamental premise on which this whole idea is built is flawed right. The second thing that has happened though is because passive investing has grown so large and so powerful. The resources to engage in lobbying efforts to institutionalize passive within the framework has expanded dramatically. Most people have a cursory familiarity with things like 401k plans. IRA's vast majority of Americans have some exposure go through their employer to these plans. Those rules have changed over the years. Through the lobbying efforts of passive players vanguard and Blackrock to inculcate passive of strategies into these vehicles under the premise that this is the best possible vehicle for the vast majority of Americans to invest in and it had the effect of creating this crowding crowding that is further accelerated the performance of the benchmarks that these are ultimately tied to Oman. Sorry there's so much just in the first a couple of minutes That I find really really fascinating. Oh why don't we go back to the first point. which is this idea that? When we're evaluating the performance silence of passive versus active where not actually taking into account the way that passive can influence the market? So how are you seeing passive investing actually impact the market. Now we're seeing it in a couple of different ways right One is that we're seeing a distinct performance advantage that is being created for those securities that are in indices that are being invested into by passive investors. This is fairly well studied phenomenon in terms of the dynamic. What's called index inclusion? So we have one off events in which we can look at securities that have been put into an index or have been injected from a widely traded index. And we see either. There is a distinct and permanent shift in the valuation the price levels associated with those securities. Mrs Well Documented Academic Literature with the literature editor has not studied is the dynamic of the continued inclusion the continued flow of capital and that becomes a harder problem because suddenly they're on par with all of the other constituents students in the index and they're all experiencing it all right so I I gave a speech several years ago in which I compared it to the David Foster Wallace. This is water right. The medium him in which we're actually participating as being skewed by the behavior of these passive flows.

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Trump accuses Europe and China of manipulating currencies

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

04:38 min | 2 years ago

Trump accuses Europe and China of manipulating currencies

"I believe you're going to see a movement into emerging market bonds because people will be able to get back to interest rates that's what mark modus the veteran EM investor has been telling us in a Bloomberg TV interview today well it carries the weapon has been on the table for a long time and as you know the Chinese have use that weapon it's interesting that maybe in preparation for this reason meeting the Chinese allow their currency to get stronger against US dollar that sort of I think ease tensions somewhat but the US is a very difficult position because the US dollars not a U. S. currency it's a global currency so there's very little in the U. S. particularly the fact that the fine reserves of the U. S. got it out that great so very difficult for them to do anything about the currency is because other countries can control their currencies China controls because he's very closely the Europeans can do it other countries can do it so I think the only thing the US can do is jawbone the other countries into easing up on there a weakening of their currencies log good morning to you it's managed in to buy if I look at the context of what's going on in market some people are sort of saying what what heading slightly and rationally exuberance times what would you say from the E. M. perspective is it under pricing escalation of trade angst between China and the United States of America I don't think it's on the pricey I think these it's out there the risk is out there everybody is aware of it I just returned from a five city tour of the U. S. everybody we talked to us and asked about the time the US trade war so they are very aware of it but there are other factors that a how overwhelming on the positive side that is interest rates interest rates are so low as you know in Europe is negative and they going down in emerging markets which is very good and as you know low interest rates in the U. S. house emerging markets a lot so I think that's really what's driving a situation and also don't forget liquidity is increasing a lot of people of overlook the impact of crypto currencies I believe the increasing crypto currencies means is an increase in global liquidity which cannot easily be measured so you are of course an emerging market expert mark I I'm curious there's been a chorus of people who are talking about how developed markets are starting to resemble E. and a little bit more I I remember after trump was elected for instance we had S. and P. standard and poor's basically saying that they were no longer able to separate DM economies from EM based on the strength of institutions is that something that you're watching or something that you would agree with I yes it's a very difficult problem I mean just think about it Ali Baba wizard listed to use company this is in the U. S. isn't emerging market company or not so these are the issues that are really it's very difficult to untangle but the reality is that if you separate the countries the emerging market countries and they develop market countries of what we normally think of China India South Africa Brazil those countries they are growing at double the rate of the developed market countries so the argument for emerging markets still out there but now it's even becoming more say in because there's so many people have gone into ETFs so everybody's sort of index they're tied to the index to the big stocks and they're asking Hey maybe I'm taking too much risk of being with this crowd as in the big stocks maybe I should go into a more actively managed fund or an emerging market fund which will give ME versification so I think that's what's happening now that was not maybe this of maybe as capital partners they're speaking to Bloomberg Marcus cranny and Tracy Alloway earlier this morning really interesting some of the lines he was coming up with them at one eight two Steve talked about in a really putting out there into the chance the Brazilian rail south African rand I mean this is a show yeah and he would like to talk about carry trades and he was saying if you want to take a chance so you know that there's a big cap yeah added to that but look when it comes to the big decisions and the fed he was talking about two US interest rate cuts this year and that the longtime EM growth is very very good so that was that's a month may PS into view speaking to back this

Why President Trump's Move Against Huawei Is Such A Big Deal

Odd Lots

02:38 min | 2 years ago

Why President Trump's Move Against Huawei Is Such A Big Deal

"And welcome to another episode of the odd lots podcast. I'm Joe Weisenthal my co-host, Tracy Alloway. She's off. She couldn't make today's episode. It's kind of an emergency last minute episode though, because we wanted to do something very timely with just the right guest. Obviously the trade tensions with China continuing to ratchet up and it's really becoming less and less, I would say about the trade deficit, and some of these classical topics that we think of in a trade war, and much more about this sort of brewing technology. Cold War is people are putting it and the moves that the Trump administration has taken against some of China's big tech companies today. I'm going to be speaking on the subject with a previous odd lots guest going to be talking with Dan Wong. He's a technology analyst at Gav Cal. Dragon nommik. He's also a. Bloomberg opinion columnist which is very cool. You might recall we spoke to Dan awhile ago, about the China twenty twenty-five initiative, the endeavor on the part of the Chinese government really sort of build its own domestic leadership, and all these big tech areas. So, Dan, is really the perfect person to discuss these new developments with wanted to get him on wanted to get his perspective on the latest development. So without further ado, I want to bring in Dan, Dan Wong. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks a lot, Joe. So obviously pretty pretty interesting moved we've seen over the last few weeks, very serious ratcheting up in the trade war talks as President Trump has moved to really put the pressure on wall way. Major Chinese tech giant, what are you describe to us to start? What is wall way? What is their significance in the global or in the? Chinese tech ecosystem, where did they come from? How did they become so important? So I think hallway is the most important technology company in China, and it has a few major business lines. I think the chew most important ones are it's smartphone business, and then it's on network equipment business. So as a matter of comparison, a hallway sold about, as many smartphones as apple did a last year, although much profits, but it is a major seller smartphones around the world on not just in China, but also in southeast Asia. A now, increasingly in Europe the other major business line it has is network infrastructure.

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What Will Cryptos Market Structure Look Like?

Odd Lots

04:44 min | 2 years ago

What Will Cryptos Market Structure Look Like?

"Hello. And welcome to another episode of the odd lot podcast. I'm joe. And I'm Tracy Alloway, Tracy. Did you like it the other day when you tweeted something, and then I still your idea and wrote about it in the newsletter. I wasn't actually trying to insinuate that. Joe? I thought it was funny. I thought it was a mind meld from like three thousand miles away. I'm not that air again that I would have assumed that you had actually read my tweet given that I think I tweeted it at like midnight your time in New York. I do miss a lot of your tweets because we're on such different time zones. But for those who are listening and don't know the context behind it. It was very interesting story in the crypto world this week where a major exchange major crypto exchange called bananas. They delivered a coin causing the price of that coin to fall in it raises all kinds of questions about who really holds power in the crypto world and questions about decentralisation and centralized because how decentralized can any anything be if one exchange can come along and say, no, we're not trading you any more than the price plummets anyway. Tracy tweeted about this. Inaugurum? I had written about it in a newsletter. And I swear I didn't I hadn't seen traces tweed which you called me out for stealing her ideas. No, I didn't call you out complimented, you okay on having the exact same ideas. No, look, I think the reason why I was actually thinking about it was because it reminded me of an old 'oughts episode. And I think it was actually the episode where you were talking about your experience inventing, cryptocurrency, and what you learned from that whole saga. I guess one of the things that you pointed out, then was Utah, one of the reasons that the crypto currency didn't actually take off was because it didn't get picked up by any major exchanges and without exchange participation. You couldn't have pricing transparency, and no one could really get on board with it. So over and over and over again, I think we've really seen the importance of exchanges when it comes to crypto for what is worth my crypto currency that I started with a friend several years. Ago filled for many more reasons that just that many more, including the fact that we never really took the project seriously to begin with, and it was kind of joke nonetheless that was one of numerous issues that we face anyway, the power of exchange is just one of obviously many interesting questions that arise in market structure. And we've been talking a lot about market structure on the show recently. We recently did one about a bond market structure, obviously crypto market structure, just like crypto itself in its very early days. Nonetheless, people are trying to figure out what it's going to look like I think this should be a interesting conversation today because we are going to be talking to someone in that field who's trying to figure out and maybe we'll learn something about where the structure how market structure works today. And then ultimately where it's going in the space. All right. I'm intrigued who do we have today? We're going to be talking to Alex, Gordon Brander. He's the founder. Under of omega one. He's formerly of Bridgewater. He's building a dark pool for crypto. So alex. Thank you very much for joining us. Komo owning thanks for having me today. What is mega one? And how did you decide to launch it? Or what did you see the opportunity? So mega one off. I offering is a Megan doc, which is a regulated institutional pool for digital assets. So let me just break that down digital assets. Meaning initially krypton bitcoin. We'll have our eye on the future where we see stocks bonds real estate in currencies all moving over into this digital environment. Doc pool we can talk more about for you listeners. Don't know. But is a particular kind of mock micro-structural trading venue that allows lodge orders to be placed in volatile markets without moving the markets and bring stability to market places and regulated obviously we'll talk about what that means. So how did I come about? Doing this. So when I was at Bridgewater. I had the job of figuring out how to build a next generation trading platform that allowed very very large volumes of FX get traded and away the didn't push the market around when I started I really getting deep into crypto in twenty sixteen twenty seventeen and made small little trades few thousand dollars on exchanges. I

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Aramco Hype Meets Reality as Bonds Drop After Unprecedented Sale

Biz 1190 Overnight featuring Bloomberg Radio

02:17 min | 2 years ago

Aramco Hype Meets Reality as Bonds Drop After Unprecedented Sale

"High would you describe the movement in around coz bonds is it a faded move or slump? Well, if you look at the prices all all the five maturity's during lower than new issue price and have one investor see that these may not have been the best way to start a bond market relations stopgap amok, its relationship bond investors. So some investors. Disappointed and why did once fall? Well, demean reason is because they were too expensive because of the strong demand diminished a price the deal at yields double-o it into sovereign. And so when you like the recent self-insurance theories that around coast vaughn's phone vol. And also some of the investors actually inflicted on in hopes of catching slice of crowded deal. And because some of them actually ended up getting more than what they want it. So they were selling these success holdings democracy on the other hand some to totemic difference folios. So they ended up selling points as well. Nettie Tracy Alloway here in Hong Kong. It's good to see you this morning. I gotta ask what is the outlook for around co pans going forward you've got supposedly eight billion dollars worth of pent up demand. Is this going to be a good time for those investors who are locked out of the initial sale to actually come in and buy. Investors, if you speak to investors, you know, it's a very missed because it depends on whether you're comparing co-sponsors with the sovereign or Pia such as EP a few compare around close bonds with BP's and BP has a rating of eighty one as well from Moody's just like Ramco around whose bonds to offer you'll pick up, but Durham any reasons why investors want to compare co-sponsor a sovereign because of the interlinkages between two sovereign and the company you look at the bought members about half of them aren't government officials, and yet, you know, to quasi sovereign is trading at heels are lower than the sovereign debt, quite

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"tracy alloway" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"tracy alloway" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Tracy Alloway. In Hong Kong. Let's take a look at how the Asian trading session is unfolding this morning. We have the MCI Asia Pacific index up a little over a quarter of a percent right now. But it does conceal a bit of a mixed picture. We have Japanese equities and the Australian market also down. Meanwhile, China and Hong Kong posting a slightly more positive picture perhaps. Because of those better-than-expected tencent earnings menace. Saw the right was over. You are absolutely wrong. We're back on track with John again yesterday was an aberration Tracy WTI in the past thirteen sessions. We've lost nearly eighteen percent of a value. Our chief economist here in Dubai. He's run the numbers. Eighty five percent of the drop that you've seen is to do with demand. That is a more malevolent story perhaps than anybody is really talking about both the EA and OPEC cutting their growth in demand forecast also seem stockpiles eight eight million in the United States. That's double the estimate. It's building. Stop pause at is from oil to the other big issue. Tracy takes us to our question of the day. Theresa May five hours of negotiations with cabinet, apparently, there were tears from some of the Brexit tears. Was the next move and cable is the next move to present move up or dying? What do you reckon join the mlive boys and goes with your debate, Tracy, and I will take you there. Speaking of currencies, Tracy Jiemin because I think this is a reflection here in terms of is the dollar putting in a top AUSSIE dollar is bid seven-week high. The jobs numbers were better than estimated thirty. Maybe thirty three thousand jobs were created the dollar is the US dollar is generally just that little bit lighter on the Bloomberg dollar index j Powell says the economy faces headwinds, by the way, Tracy he reintroduces two-way risk all meetings. We'll have a news conference afterwards. That's hard to shake it up. If you call a news conference from the fed a shakeup, Tracy. Yeah. Good news for us manage right? We love news conferences. All right. Let's check in on the first word headlines from around the world, here's Tepper Mao Tracy, California, utility, PG any funds the most in sixteen years on the possibility.

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"tracy alloway" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"tracy alloway" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Just gone AM across the Emirates. It's four AM in London. This is Bloomberg daybreak Middle East on Manus cranny in Dubai. I'm Tracy Alloway in Hong Kong, well, Mannasseh, let's talk a little bit about what we saw in the US session yesterday. Of course, US stocks weighing heavily on global investors minds. Take a look at what happened at the Russell two thousand index. This is the small cap index that was supposed to be a big beneficiary of Donald Trump's America first policies. Instead it was down five six of a percent yesterday. Also, logging a death cross. That's actually the third. Major death. Cross we've seen this week. We had another one happening yesterday in the s&p five hundred energy sector. And of course, we had one in the Feng index earlier on Monday. Yeah. And of course, concerns about trade agreement with Mexico and Canada, Tracy, that's painting of the markets as well. Take a look at all you sort. It was over. It's not what back on the drop. Again. It is a toxic drug those lines coming from our chief economist z eighty five percent of the drop we've dossier. The eighteen percent in twelve sessions. Eighty-five has ended that drop is dying to demand dropping off. Also, stop pause are building. You've got eight point eight million barrels of bills, that's double the estimate, Tracy. So there's a lot of factors at play. We started our headlines, of course, with Brexit, which brings us back to the pint short and concise from the mlive team is the next two percent move in cable lightly to be up or done. Are you bull bath on cable on the back of that news, though, Tracy? Yeah. Let's get some more market color mountainous. Let's head over to Singapore. Where Juliet Sally is waiting for us. We also have Adams kill in Mumbai. Juliet, let's start with you. What's the latest? Oh, Tracy a little bit of volatility, but we are seeing these Asian markets edge higher after four sessions of losses. The Asia Pacific index just slightly in positive territory there Japan's market underwater. That's in part. Thanks to a strong again after the fed chairman's QNA pretty much. No indication how recent volatility will play into the next central Bank decision. The Hang Seng is looking pretty good in Hong Kong trade on the lunch break being supported by tencent earnings they base expectations a resurgent advertising business there and Wapping one time gains really offsetting worries about it's plateauing cool gaming business, and you can see the duller they weak- against the peso the peso one of the best performing Asian currencies today. We do have a central Bank decision there. Eleven out of the nineteen economists that we've surveyed at Bloomberg expecting that the band coast Filipinas will raise rates to four point seven five percent menace. Thanks. Let's get to India markets. They've just opened. I mean, we have a lot to contend with this morning on the trade front was the story for you in India. Good morning. Adam. Good morning. Well, it's been very very quiet morning at this point in time. The trading absolutely flat. Trading xactly where we left off yesterday. The nifty Bank index is seeing a little bit of movement. Should I say, but we have mixture considering a lot of activity in some of the largest private owned banks. So why we have the likes of independent Bank declining issues banged the largest private sector Bank in India is actually advancing and holding up the index to a certain extent finally coming down to the Indian rupee well liberal strength for the US dollar, which is up by as much as three tenths of a percent against the Indian rupee at this point in time. But it is still at seventy two which is much lower than seventy four that we saw last week coming in. All right. Juliette? Sally Adams kill there. Thank you so much. Let's check in now on the first word headlines from around the world, here's Deborah Mao, Tracy, California, utility PG plunged, the most in sixteen years on the possibility that it's a quick moment sparked one of the catastrophic wildfires ravaging the state shares plummeted after the company admitted it has lost its revolving credit lives. It's a sign of growing financial stress. Citigroup says damages from the northern California and fires amaze total fifteen billion dollars..

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"tracy alloway" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"tracy alloway" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg daybreak released. I'm using community in Dubai. And I'm Tracy Alloway in Hong Kong. Well, yussef. I know you're watching something that's very close to our hearts and minds care in Asia. Absolutely. There's a bit of an uneasy quiet around the offshore and onshore you want to I mean for the officer. We're at six point nine seven roughly at the moment. This is going to be the key question. How secure are the walls around the seven Mark which has become such a powerful symbol for the weaponization of the wanted. This. Why to traits back? Right. And we'd be remiss if we didn't mention the US market action that we got on Monday. Of course, the S and P five hundred closing down about two thirds of a percent. But at one point and was actually down two percent on the day. Even at two thirds of a percent. We are getting very very close to a technical correction. Yousef a technical correction usually being defined as a drop of ten percent from the recent peak that of course, feeds into our markets live blog question of the day. Where are the hidden vulnerabilities to US stocks correction now is the time to start thinking about those Yussef? Yeah. Let's go straight to the market actually with Sophie Medina in Hong Kong. Sophie, a little bit of positive momentum, creepy and some of these indexes. Yeah. Yeah. Yussef investors could just hang onto their nerve. We could see Asian stocks stop a five day decline. This. After Trump's recent comments about perhaps quenching, a great deal with China on trade, helping change up the mood music for now. At least, of course, you gotta read between the lines there. So Chinese stocks reversing earlier losses before the mid daybreak in Japan. The Nikkei two to five adding over one percent along with a topics Ozzy shares headed for a second day of gains and the kospi also heading higher after slipping below two thousand points for the first time since December twenty sixteen on Monday. Now, let's switch up the boards to check in on auto stocks across the region. They are rising on a Bloomberg report that China is mulling a tax cut cream auto parts maker Mondo jumping as much as eleven percent. It gets nearly a third of its revenue from China. Now, other movers of note Komatsu machinery maker among the top gainers on the Nikkei after its earnings Capcom though, falling on its earnings miss confusion, and apprehension of restrictor gaming regulations in China, certainly were a drag and lachey tour. Following the most since March twenty fifteen inch Seoul continuing to fly, then with other Korean consumer and tourism stocks after south softer salts from cosmetics maker. I'm more Pacific guys. Some stunning moves in auto stocks there. Thanks so much. So well, let's check in now on the first word headlines from around the world. Here's Debra how crazy data from the crash Indonesian airliner.

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Trump says Germans 'turning against their leadership' over immigration

BTV Simulcast

04:37 min | 3 years ago

Trump says Germans 'turning against their leadership' over immigration

"It is eight am across the emerets ban in london this is bloomberg daybreak middle east i'm tracy alloway while if you want to know what kind of a day it is in markets just take a look at where the japanese yen is trading against the dollar currently at one nine against the greenback that's your flight to safety happening right before your eyes off the back of those fresh rounds of trade tensions meanwhile flip the gm function on your bloomberg to take a look at what's happening at the wider asia's session again you can see that fight to safety really playing out there we have chinese stocks including the csi index and the hong kong hang sang both down this morning over two percent again the japanese yen rising they're up almost two thirds of a percent argentinean pessoa actually staging a little bit of a recovery after the central bank announced further measures to prop up its currency we're going to be discussing the widespread weakness in emerging market fx later on in the show but first let's check in on the first word headlines from around the world here's deborah mao tracy president trump has waded into germany's debate over asylum and refugee policy criticizing the government stance on migration in suggesting that its days are numbered he tweeted the people of germany are turning against their leadership as migration is rocking the already tenuous berlin coalition crime in germany is way up big mistake made all over europe in allowing millions of people in who have so strongly and violently changed their culture uk prime minister theresa may has suffered a defeat on her key brexit legislation setting up a battle with the house of commons on wednesday lawmakers in the unelected house of lords passed an amendment to ensure parliament can direct the final stage of negotiations while eu leaders are considering issuing a formal warning following a summit next week that the uk risks crashing out of the block without a deal tesla boss elon musk says a disgruntled employees broke into the company's manufacturing operating system and sent highly sensitive data to unknown third parties in a memo musk says the worker did quite extensive and damaging sabotage he's also as staff to be on alert after a small unexplained fire on a manufacturing line he quoted former intel ceo andy grove saying only the paranoid survive opec is discussing a relatively modest production increase before it's meeting in vienna this week sources tell bloomberg arise of three hundred thousand to six hundred thousand barrels a day is on the table it's an attempt to bridge the gap between russia's push a big rise and iran's insistence backed by iraq and venezuela that no change is needed and oprah winfrey has notched another milestone the media moguls fortune hit a record four billion dollars making her the first black female entrepreneur on the bloomberg billionaires index ranking of the world's five hundred richest people oprah's wealth has increased four hundred twenty seven million dollars so far this year thanks largely to the performance of weight watchers in which she owns a stake global news twenty four hours a day on air and take on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm debra how this is bloomberg tracy thanks so much deborah well let's get more on our top story china has promised to retaliate it president trump follows through on a tariff threat to another two hundred billion dollars in chinese imports but the president has already warned hill double that number if beijing strikes back let's bring in our china correspondent tom mackenzie tom it feels like this is all rather quickly it is indeed it feels like a long time ago that we were just talking about the fifty billion dollars worth of tariffs the trump administration announced of course on friday china then said it would retaliate on saturday and both those sets of tarrant cements kick in on july the sixth or at least part of those times and now of course we have trump coming out saying that there's potentially an additional four hundred billion dollars worth of tariffs on chinese imports this is total of four hundred fifty billion dollars which is the entirety of all the goods ships from china to the us the us imports about five hundred billion dollars worth of chinese goods so you're talking likely if these were imposed and impacts on electronics toys clothing so there's a consumer impact there there's an impact and.

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"tracy alloway" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"tracy alloway" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"The public and private sector and also to encourage some of these small and medium size enterprises to compete more effectively regionally and potentially internationally and again a lot of those plants would appear to mirror some of the things that we've seen in other gulf nations specific typically saudi arabia with saudi ization program for employees excellent reporting tracy alloway with the latest on the stimulus package from abu dhabi let's talk about another story in this part of the world bloomberg's been told the us government has quietly ask saudi arabia and some other opec producers to increase oil production by about a million barrels a day or middle east energy markets reporter anthony the power joins us anthony you look at where gasoline prices are at the moment average gasoline prices their backup of three dollars a gallon in the united states the head of those midterm elections pieces falling into place arguably aren't they not only us gasoline prices but other consumer countries will be feeling the heat as oil got up to eighty dollars a barrel for brent last month it's come back from that now on the rumors or discussion of suggestions by saudi arabia and russia they would try to roll back some of those cuts that opec and twelve other countries had instituted at the beginning of last year now the us as you said use is asking for about a million barrels to be put back on the market will really opec is about a million barrels shy of its actual target in terms of what it wants to cut meaning that it's actually cutting too much and that's because countries like venezuela like angola in certain months they're having difficulty pumping as much as they said they would particularly venezuela's down about a million barrels from it was in two thousand fifteen so that's a lot of oil out of the market president trump has just put sanctions on iran that's going to threaten some of their exports potentially down the road so we're seeing potentially more oil coming out of the market and that's what's what's pushing this opec move to perhaps bring some production back now of.

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"tracy alloway" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"tracy alloway" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Bloomberg press title published by wiley available wherever books and e books are sold ceo of the oil giant at bloomberg this week that they plan about forty five billion dollars worth of investment into refining and petrochemicals complexes algebra's spoke to bloomberg's tracy alloway in abu dhabi this is diversify our investments into dance team we find this at the very important growing market and as such we have decided to moderate forty five billion the buzzer to fund our investments the folks to be able to expand such a significant part of the unique proposition of your expansion plans is this partnership model the emphasis on partnerships give us a sense of what kind of companies he might be looking to and where partnerships make the most sense for you pretty much for the to it's spotless four the top to allow for us to continue on this journey democratization why we also stay focused on stretching from heavily buttered we produce on a such as it would bring really studied dignity modesty jonathan oxus market and the throwing the first to be able to capture such new opportunities as well as access and innovations with out of the box thinking this is exactly what we achieve without when might we expect to get some news on partnerships it's been about two years going through this comprehensive the formation we have been many muslims and there are many more and would the drilling business be a particular possibility for partnership who said we are in the business of maximizing shareholders touching from reduce ordering business like any other across the body nepal was wouldn't be looking for the front opportunities of how we can maximize their happened some reports over the weekend you have the indian oil minister here there's a report that you might look to take a stake in the retina gerry refinery is that something on the cards such as hours into marketaxess does provide us with strategic opportunities allowing us to bring on crude in order for us to be able to expand our finding on the indian opportunity is one of many they being exploited and again we ought to be the before visit will allow for us to continue on the this survey mice migration exercise as well as had been austin such that thought up from everybody would produce.

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"tracy alloway" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"tracy alloway" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"The fritzy restless he says that the saudi market will add more than five billion dollars in inflows from its inclusion on the emerging markets index next march it's the first time that the kingdom has one classifications from a major index compiler let's get to tracy alloway she's in abu dhabi forces simoni tracy this takes us by he did a great article you wrote about the complexities and the nuances of when you go for membership and you wrote a beautiful piece of peru you gotta change all your plans when the index providers when the index included call your phone don't you yeah well the point of the piece the reason it started with peru was really to highlight the importance of the benchmark in providers in the market that's increasingly characterized by passive investment so think about etf's think about passive funds they're getting about three billion dollars worth of inflows on average per day in two thousand seventeen and they are operating literally hand in hand with the benchmark index providers they're essentially outsourcing a lot of their investment decisions to companies like footsie russell companies like ms and so their decisions on what to include or exclude in their respective index says it becomes ever more important as we see the power of passive really grow i this goes to the heart of the issue user just did that engineer the ceo and the footsie russell we're gonna have a planned inclusion you're going to have forty five large seventynine small country we're gonna make stone progressive but i love the line would you wrote in the story and this is about the date the issue isn't it which is what they deemed to be inclusive but he wrote in the story here include or exclude certain stocks bonds or other countries are rulesbased driven by impartial analysis of size the quantity and overall.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook Calls for Stronger Privacy Regulations Following 'Dire' Facebook Data Scandal

00:52 sec | 3 years ago

Apple CEO Tim Cook Calls for Stronger Privacy Regulations Following 'Dire' Facebook Data Scandal

"More and will defend itself facebook for like shows no sign of dying mark zuckerberg get sued as tim kuchen ilan must way into the controversy over privacy and the global equity route continues as nearly one trillion dollars gets wiped off from markets around the world lacrosse similar if you're in london welcome to break at least from our headquarters in dubai i'm using humidity and i'm manage cranny and i'm tracy alloway well let's get you a quick check of where us markets closed on friday how should i describe it it was a down day to put it mildly take a look at what happened to the s and p five hundred that was down fifty five points on friday that's just over two point one percent in a single day that takes its weekly drop to five point nine percent that's the biggest seven day fall in two years really toxic mix of higher interest rates as well as concerns over those trade tariffs taking their toll on investors similar story for the nasdaq by the way down two point four three percent on friday it's weekly fall was seven point three percent also the worst in two years clearly facebook still having an effect and tim cook from apple piling in a little bit of the pressure on facebook across asset classes.

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"tracy alloway" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"tracy alloway" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To be elsewhere weird this fortunes leaders bloomberg with over 2600 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries what does it take for these european banks we're talking about a buying power of about thirteen point nine trillion dollars to not only do we cover elsewhere you can get us just about anywhere they've had some great houma and bloomberg radio the bloomberg radio app and bloombergradiocom to buy another dovey are now among the top 25 cities must attractive to finance professionals that according to the global financial centres london held onto the number one spot despite the fact set on new york remained in second place hong kong leapfrogged singapore into third as get applause burks tracy alloway doubting tracy yeah good morning angie so we spoke to the chairman of abu dhabi global market on the occasion of the release of the twenty second edition of this global financial centres index by the yen group now as you mentioned abu dhabi came in the twenty fifth spot this is the first time it's made it into the top twenty five five said that's exciting news for companies here in abu dhabi now i have to say expanding the financial center here and the ameri is a big part of the government's plans to boost the private sector and also diversify the economy away from oil of course but it's a tough job abu dhabi is of course competing against big center is like london in zurich and of course there's dubai just down the road doha also developing it sector as is saudi arabia art take a listen to what our and i'll sayek had to say about some of the competitors in the gulf region the court was under under management students legacy burst.

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"tracy alloway" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"tracy alloway" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is bloomberg i'm tracy alloway in dubai and i'm sherry on in hong kong this turn though our focus now tower i guess 'seve a goldman of calfstrain capital joining us again from sydney so steve thank you so much for taking a round let's discuss eurobonds allocation because you say that despite the recent rally that we've seen boniol's remain near the top of your forecast range how attractive our asian bonds in terms of you'll pick up over the global counterparts well we we we do like asian corporates soon in particular for equivalent credit rating you get paid more in asian corporates than you would in new us for australian corporates the other side of the wouldbe well maybe you have a little bit less transparency your lush four of bankruptcy law maybe you have a little bit less liquidity but what we say in exchange for all that you do attractive valuations that were a fairly conservative investor and for us what that means is you want to focus on those asian issuers that are either own door guaranteed by there are other line governments so in korea which is the largest corporate bond market we will hold things like korea electric korea telecom china wheel china national oil so those will be the type of statesponsored names that we would own and our portfolio where you're picking up attractive yields over uh over government bonds carrie credit and duration seemed to be the name of the game this august steve i'm just wondering if things begin to change in september 'cause we have seen some people starting to really talk about that debt ceiling a looming in the us and of course us treasuries are the risk free rate for the entire world that has the potential to have now khan effects throughout the globe yeah look i view that as a bigger issue them what markets current totally see i think we're going to come down to the wire congress took off for their for their summer break in august without even looking at the issue they'll have a little bit of time in september when they come back to two start the issue but there is a right wing portion of the republican party in.

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"tracy alloway" Discussed on Odd Lots

Odd Lots

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"tracy alloway" Discussed on Odd Lots

"Hello and welcome to another edition of the odd lots podcast i'm tracy alloway and i'm joe weisenthal so joe what's the one topic that i enjoy talking about more than anything else i always get as i actually i wish you herbs are more than anything else i wish you would juice lifted it was the one topic i enjoy talk because i kinda feel like live a lot of our recent episodes it's like all right we're doing this topic that i really don't care about enforced muscle to learn about their all interesting topics it's just i feel like i'm immediately on the back foot what are doing poker or chess or anything like that or sports and gains in general but you it is true that you have one topic that you regularly like coming back to and always really enjoy i'll let you ah let you bring a short all right so the topic is the bond market and specifically bond market structure right the hottest three of the bond market how it actually works as we've explored and multiple quote posts episode on this podcast it's very complicated and far more sort of far more many structural issues arise that say the stock market which to some extent i think people get how the stock market work yeah so the analogy that people often use at least when it comes to the corporate bond market is to say that it's it's kind of like the stock market in say the 1990s in that a lot of it still trades by appointment and over the phone but on the other hand you have the government bond market the treasury market and that has actually shifted to some 'electronic trading up quite well i don't know if you'd say rapidly but quite significantly but then again on the other hand the credit market is still stubbornly oldfashioned pretty impressive.

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