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"uk european union" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:45 min | 2 months ago

"uk european union" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"This opportunity make you proud by being a fierce advocate for working families throughout the state of California, Angela the voice and I just For the honor. Padilla is an M I T graduate with a degree in engineering and was the Los Angeles City Council president before becoming California's secretary of state in 2015, Here's Governor Newsome, first of them character, decency, integrity. Great intellect and mighty After all on it's someone I called as a friend. Ideas. Replacement as secretary of state will be San Diego Assemblywoman Shirley Weber, and we have more from her right now is something woman. Shirley Weber, California's new secretary of state, says that her father taught her the importance of voting at a young age for years on 45th and Broadway was a polling place of Los Angeles for that particular precinct. My dad was so proud. My mom was so proud and as a family we knew on election Day go through the back door because people are both in the living room. Weber will become the first African American to serve as California's secretary of state. Sacramento is gearing up for a project that will close six miles of road two cars, leaving them open for cycling and walking. The move is part of the project called Slow and Active Streets. The project aims to promote physical and mental health while reducing greenhouse gas emissions. It will be tested near William's Land Park from Freeport Boulevard to land Park drive. The city is still working on identifying which streets will close and new traffic safety laws are set to go into effect in the new year. KFBK Sneak Emma got his breaks down just a few of them starting January. 1st. A new law will prevent those who break into a car to rescue a child from being faced with civil or criminal liability. For trespassing or damages. It only applies if the child is six years old or younger, and is in immediate danger from heat called lack of ventilation or other dangerous conditions. Another law will add a point to the driver's record of anyone who violates the hands free law for a second time within 36 months of a prior conviction. Make him a girl. His news and 93.1 kfbk. Okay, so Brexit is fast approaching UK European Union getting close on a deal after months of tense negotiations. In fact, the deal is expected to be announced sometime today. While we were expecting it, maybe, like a week or two ago, and then they delayed it. And they said We need to talk a little bit further. So this has been dragging on for all right. We're going to talk to Tom Rivers. He's coming up coming up sometime this morning. Little bit, letting the seven o'clock hour. Okay. 5 34 on a Thursday morning area Top national Stories. December's already been the deadliest month of the pandemic. So far. Now doctors are afraid January will be even worse. Doctor. She's job dean of the.

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"uk european union" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:26 min | 6 months ago

"uk european union" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We update markets every 15 minutes here on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia Asian stocks trading modestly lower this morning on continued concerns over valuations Earlier, heavy selling in technology stocks sent US shares to 1/4 loss in five days. Here in Asia, The losses are fairly modest. The Nikkei is flat to down 1/10 of 1%. The Cosby is trading off about 1/10 of a percent. It's a little bit more aggressive in Australia, the SX 200 is off 1.1%. Now the minor Rio Tinto says that its CEO Jean Sebastien Jack, will leave the company. It follows pressure from investors for the minor to respond more quickly to the destruction of ancient Aboriginal heritage sites in Australia. Stock is trading now down about 0.6% Rio Tinto says that process to identify a successor is underway earlier in the U. S session, Energy stocks were hit pretty hard. With the basic index down more than 3.5% X led the representing energy shares down 3.7%. And looking across some of the other sectors. Financials down as well down 1.4% H y G trading off about a half of 1% Oracle up after earnings pellet on gaining about 10% after it announced a high jump in revenues. A dollar is weaker. Dalian, one of 6 14. Okay, coming upon 19 minutes past the hour. That's an update on markets. Let's get you the latest muse with Ted Baxter in San Francisco. Ed. All right, Thank you. Brian. Tokyo confirms lowering of the Corona virus alert level, The governor says a loosening of restrictions on bars and restaurants on September 15th. Now this is this is a lowering of it by one level from the highest should say. Microsoft says Russian Chinese at Iranian hackers have stepped up efforts to disrupt the U. S election by targeting the campaigns of Donald Trump and Joe Biden. President Donald Trump has now reiterated that the U. S. Is doing very well against Cove in 19 compared with the rest of the world. And Mr Trump asked today. Why if Bob Woodward thought his downplaying of the Corona virus was so bad? The president asked. Why did he not reported when he heard it in February and then again in March. He also says he wants to portray calm, power and strength as president of the United States. Senate Democrats have blocked the skinny relief bill. UK European Union are heading for chaotic split without a new trade deal is talks have totally stall you give in the U..

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"uk european union" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"uk european union" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Trump continues meetings in London this hour. And Bob Costantini reports post Brexit trade is a big item on the agenda. President Trump urging the Brits to turn more toward the United States for Adams that were part of the UK's European Union trade has an opportunity, I think is good opportunity to greatly large. Prime Minister Theresa may is resigning unable to lead the conservative majority to brings it agreement. The president praising may I just like to congratulate you on having done. A fantastic job, even urging her to stick around. Let's do this deal. Bob Costantini reporting. The long delayed nineteen point one billion dollar disaster aid Bill sailed through the house last evening. Once it was finally able to be the subject of a recorded roll call vote. It said to President Trump for his expected signature, another sign North Korea's Kim Jong Hoon is not pleased over the stalled talks with the United States will Ripley reports the top diplomat who talked with secretary of state, Mike. Pompeo is out. Kim Yong North Korea's ex-prime master. He was one of the most powerful people in North Korea. I am told now that his power has been almost completely stripped, even though he did appear in a photo over the weekend sitting at an art performance with Kim Jong UN. I'm told that was more to show that he is still alive and not in a labor camp Saint Louis. Judge today, we'll consider whether physicians from zuri is only abortion clinic can be forced to testify at a legal fight with the state over the facilities license. The urban institute says the twenty twenty cents, this may fail to count between nine hundred thousand and four million people, mostly African Americans Hispanics and children younger than five business reporter, Jessica ettinger tells us it's time to say goodbye to tunes apple unveiled the latest version of its operating system on Monday. I O S thirteen plus it's getting rid of I tunes after eighteen years, instead, consumers, get three separate apps. Apple music, apple podcasts and apple TV stock futures showing gains on Wall Street. I'm Michael Toscano. So you sit down, and you do your budget, and you look at all your monthly 'cause your bills, your income, and it seems like there's never quite enough. You know, it would help.

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"uk european union" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"uk european union" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Toscano. President Trump continues meetings in London this hour and Bob Costantini reports post Brexit trade is a big item on the agenda. President Trump urging the Brits to turn more toward the United States for Adams that were part of the UK's European Union trade has an opportunity, I think is great opportunity to greatly large. Prime Minister Theresa may is resigning unable to lead the conservative majority to Brexit agreement. The president praising may I just like to congratulate you on having done offend tastic job even urging her to stick around to steal Bob Costantini. Reporting. The long delayed nineteen point one billion dollar disaster aid Bill sailed through the house last evening. Once it was finally able to be the subject of a recorded roll-call vote. It said it to President Trump for his. Expected signature another sign North Korea's. Kim Jong UN is not pleased over the stalled talks with the United States will Ripley reports the top diplomat who talked with secretary of state. Mike Pompeo is out Kenyan shawl North Korea's ex-prime Astor. He was one of the most powerful people in North Korea. I am told now that his power has been almost completely stripped, even though he did appear in a photo over the weekend sitting at an art performance with Kim Jong on untold. That was more to show that he is still alive and not in a labor camp Saint Louis. Judge today, we'll consider whether physicians from zuri is only abortion clinic can be forced to testify amid a legal fight with the state over the facilities license. The urban institute says the twenty twenty cents, this may fail to count between nine hundred thousand and four million people, mostly African Americans Hispanics and children younger than five business. Reporter, Jessica at injure, tells us, it's time to say goodbye to itunes, apple unveiled the latest version of its operating system on Monday, IRS, thirteen plus it's getting rid of item. Tunes after eighteen years, instead, consumers, get three separate apps. Apple music, apple podcasts and apple TV stock futures showing gains on Wall Street. I'm Michael Toscano. So you sit down, and you do your budget, and you look at all your monthly 'cause your bills, your income, and it seems like there's never quite enough..

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"uk european union" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

10:56 min | 2 years ago

"uk european union" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Two days of. Gangs on the S and P five hundred and futures positive the SNP up four tenths of one percent. Upper rant about eleven points in the FX market, the dollar weaker against almost everything can g ten with the exception of the OSCE around things out for you in the bond market the shape of things. It's follows treasury yields come again almost a single basis point on a ten year just about south of two point six percent. And on a two year yield yield right now. Basis points to two point four four four percent. Tom Kaine message may bent ten minutes ago with a picture of the beach. She's having a fantastic time. Why is he up right now Lisa Abramowicz filling in for through the week? I imagine it's sleep pattern. Okay. Two three A M in Jamaica. That's not what they do. In. Jamaica bid on vacation with Thomas trying to relax. Open one of the youngest of the children trying to get a break. You know? I can imagine him with the drink on the beach. Yeah. I don't know. I don't know about like two AM. Did you see bang for America's muskrat traits thought? This was really yes. It might be something you might want to talk about. So let me give you the top three. So the Bank of America Merrill, Lynch survey most crowded traits number one. This is just come out. So number one short European stock. Yes, I saw that. Which is so interesting. So number two long dollar number three long FANG bat, which is long the US tech big Chinese tech names as well. But the short European equities tried I think is going to be one the a lot of people discuss through the morning. Well, and we're already seeing the shift there. I mean, you're starting to hear a growing number of investment firms say, you know, what a lot about news is priced in. There might actually be a little bit of upside. We're not saying that it's going to be good in Europe. But it's not gonna be as terrible as people are expecting, right? So you are starting to get a little bit of a shift there. The question is not as terrible as people think how far does that get you? Yeah. It's not a long term investment face. The things aren't going to be as terrible. As people think incrementally, though, it might be a tried. If you just get that kind of Martin upside surprise thought, it was really interesting to hear from Marco Hartnett in the pace summarizing things as follows. I think for the. Global equity market. He said the following the paint tray for stocks is still up despite rising profit expectations lower rate expectations falling cash levels stock allocations continue to drop there is simply no greed to south well inequities, that's the Bank of America, Merrill, Lynch view. And I would say that that was the most interesting part of the survey to me was that fund managers this month cut their equity exposure to the lowest level since September two thousand sixteen even though there has been this rally, there is not necessarily greed or exuberance baked in which is the reason why the melts up continues. Right. I mean, it's just like you don't have the positioning for crowded trade me other directs few percentage points from an all time high on the S and P five hundred back to five month. Highs on the page, you think that chairman Paul holds the case to all of this. Or do you think that the key to this rally is over in China for the remainder of the year? Look, I think that it's a complicated. Picture. I think that it certainly helps that the fed is more dovish that's a huge part of it. I think that also underpin. The stock rally the bond rally, you have dollar weakening, and you could see the risk on with emerging markets. You could see the FX index actually gaining yet. Again today have money flowing into this area. This risk on trade is definitely being shaped by a dovish fed and to the degree that other central banks are more dovish that could potentially disrupt this if the dollar strength. That's really I mean, I think that that's actually an interesting kind of conundrum. Was fascinating for me and just to wrap up this conversation. When we ask economists, do you understand the reaction function of the Federal Reserve? It's interesting to me that I get so many people turning around to me and saying, yes, I understand it. And then they're saying radically different things. Some are saying that they'll accept inflation overshoot in the back half of this year that remained unchanged interest rates. Others are saying that is what will bring the Federal Reserve back in. So the confusion as to what will bring the Federal Reserve back into play. I thought it was really interesting listening to the comments from mister Dudley. The former New York fed president speaking to us here at Bloomberg. Now an opinion columnist sang essentially the in the second half if things do pick up inflation distance to pick up the Federal Reserve will come back into play. And I think the debate around the Federal Reserve reaction function. Just how do they respond to the incoming data never mind the data dependence line? How would they dependent on the data? That's what matters fed chair Powell has fueled a lot of the confusion because he has flipped and flopped. And frankly, each member says something a little bit different. I am curious whether within the fed. They understand the reaction function. Because honestly, I think that the confusion is being driven by a lack of decision and a lack of conviction at the Federal Reserve. So the Federal Reserve meeting beginning a little bit later today in Washington DC, a two day meeting concludes tomorrow full coverage, of course, tomorrow right here on Bloomberg radio. And Bloomberg TV will bring you that news conference in full, which Powell of course with the decision. A non decision in the minds of many tomorrow. You will also get these summary of economic projections with all of the forecast to have a lot to look forward to if you think the Federal Reserve might be a little bit confusing for the next twelve months. Spirit for the people that have to come up Brexit, Tim Ross joining us now from London UK government editors get us up to speed or one on earth is going gone in the capital, Tim, please explain to us where we are. Now what we set for? And if it is Brexit delay. How long will it be? Great questions. I wish I knew the altitude any was as we know is that the speaker of the house of Commons says his father in the works have Brexit by having the bay. She cannot bring her deal back for said she was hoping to do today. A message is significantly different. Now, there is still a very outside possibility that she could try and bring that deal by provoke tomorrow. But it's it's it's vanishingly small, what seems most likely she will go to Brussels for summit on Thursday and Friday and Detroit to get some kind of change to the agreement that perhaps in terms of the future relationship between the UK me EU, but political situation might be easiest to change a little bit. Then bring it back for another vote next week. But the key point is it has to be different whatever she puts the parliament cannot be the same deal that got thrown out in a massive boat last week, Tim one we were talking about the reaction function of the Federal Reserve. I'm curious about the reaction function of markets in response to what is happening in parliament yesterday. When we saw that the speaker was going to block this vote on a technicality. We saw the pound sell offers is a dollar the most this year. It were traced its losses today. It's up about a third of a percentage point. I'm just wondering what what are what are people thinking? How are people interpreting what's going on currently? This is a little sensitive. I think I think the key point really yesterday was that no one actually expected announcement from the speaker an came as a surprise. And I think that's probably why there was such a reaction to it. No one took a while to interpreted correctly. And actually, I think what people saw was that in the end. This just made the delayed. Everyone was price again to an extent more likely the less likely of there. Four pounds regain some some of the Los ground there. But to me that the key takeaways degrees sensitivity to any unexpected developments progressive, and Tim it's incredibly difficult for people outside the UK never mind people within the UK to understand the political process when they speak for the house can change things as much as he did change things yesterday. So we're struggling for a consensus in the United Kingdom we have done for a long long time. Now, in fact, most people I think would argue that we've made very little progress over the last couple of years because we can't come to a consensus have the Europeans. Is there? A single position on a possible Brexit extension in Brussels and across Europe, Tim, no yet is a challenge in itself. I mean, Theresa May all be in Brussels. Saint for h wants to talk about it. But they do not yet have their own clearview. How low that extension should be some countries seems quite a short while some countries they would wanna tool others suggests another suggests that actually could be as little as two years. We've got some stories. Running on the why just now suggesting actually that they will potentially look to around about a year. But it it sort of it depends. I think they will come to a view students tweets may formerly all full I extension. She's going to be writing we expect to the European leaders later on today or tomorrow to all extension, then they will have to come to. But there's a little bit still up in the air on the east side as well. It's worth remembering that, Tim Grazer cash over there? Really? Appreciate your time. Confusing money a little bit of clarity there from Tim Ross UK government editor over in London. Cable this morning one thirty three that's the pound against the US dollar one pound one dollar thirty three cents. Elsewhere. The data will be brought to you by paulie plan, trunks and Polycom. Now. Polly the global communications company that powers authentic human connection and collaboration. Polly the power of Manny, let's get you that data check shall we markets setup. As follows futures firmer after a couple of days of gains on the and P. Five hundred the S and P five hundred positive eleven points up around about four tenths of one percent in the FX market as reserve meeting begins and concludes tomorrow, we have some dollar weakness against pretty much everything can g ten the euro firm by two tenths of one percent. And the treasury market. Just a little firmer to yields coming again by about a half of basis point two to sixty yield on a US ten year from New York for our audience worldwide. You're listening to Bloomberg surveillance. This is Bloomberg. Let's get a check on what's happening outside of the business world. We have our own Michael Barr. Michael. Thank you very much. Lisa. Thank you. Jonathan vice President Mike Pence will head to Nebraska today. Deter the damage from flooding in the midwest. At least three deaths are blamed on the flooding. The president of Mozambique says a tropical cyclone that tore across the country over the weekend may have killed more than a thousand people. British Prime Minister Theresa may look set to seek a long extension to the UK's European Union membership the house of Commons speaker torpedoed her plan to win parliamentary approval for her deal. Government is now figuring out its next steps. President Trump welcomes the president of Brazil to the White House today. JR Bolsonaro global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron a tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Michael Barr. This is Bloomberg. Thank you so much Michael Barr. Let's get some perspective on Marcus right now appeared headed toward a six days. In seven days. 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Speaker deals new blow to Theresa May's bid to revive Brexit deal

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Speaker deals new blow to Theresa May's bid to revive Brexit deal

"Theresa May look set to seek a long extension to the UK's European Union. Membership off to the house of Commons speaker dealt a fresh blow to her plan to win parliamentary approval for her deal to leave the block John berko refused to allow the prime minister to bring the twice defeated departure deal back for a new. Vote. Camel legitimately do is to resubmit to the house the same proposition all substantially the same proposition as of last week, which was rejected by one hundred forty nine. This makes another vote on Theresa May's deal unlikely before Thursday's European summit in Brussels when the prime minister will have to ask for

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"uk european union" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

10:08 min | 2 years ago

"uk european union" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Out of Frankfurt, Berlin. Or Paris this morning. I'm Markus Karlsson. Great to have you with us. Let's bring you up to date with these markets as we do every fifteen minutes, we're counting you down to the European equity open. The futures pointing to a modestly higher open in this part of the world. Euro stocks fifty futures rising by about two tenths of one percent. We're seeing more muted futures in London as well as in Paris. Cac counted footsie futures little change to dock stooges perhaps a little bit more bid rising by about a tenth of one percent. So only some very modest gains there when it comes to docks futures looking at the handover as well after gains in the US last night. Asian equities are flat the headline level. I'm looking at Asia Pacific index that is little changed. We are seeing some weakness perhaps in Chinese equities with a CSI three hundred off by almost. Off of one percent. The Hang Seng has turned into modestly higher territory while the Nikkei two five index shut up shop with a slight decline of about a tenth of one percent in FX. We're seeing relatively Clark quiet session. It really feels the Sieff. Traders are kind of in a wait and see mode ahead of the Federal Reserve meeting. The Bloomberg dollar spot index. Little changed the euro slightly bid alongside starting this morning. Sterling trading at one spot thirty two seventy against the greenback. When it comes to the ten year treasury yield it is declining by about two basis points at two point five nine percent. That's where we're trading this morning, the German Bundestag not budging much at just under eight basis points. I just want to mention all prices as well. We're seeing WTI at fifty nine dollars and eleven cents a little changed after we saw fresh four month highs yesterday as OPEC and partners match over in Baku as their by John. Let said delve deeper into our top stories Santa Teresa. May look set to seek a long extension to the UK's European Union membership. Also, the house of Commons speaker dealt a fresh blow to her plan to win parliamentary approval four hundred deal to leave the block John berko refused to allow the prime minister to bring the twice defeated departure deal back for a new vote. Camel legitimately do he's to resubmit to the house the same proposition all substantially the same proposition as lots of last week, which was rejected by one hundred forty nine. Thanks. This makes another vote on Theresa May's deal unlikely before Thursday's European union summit over in Brussels. When the prime minister will have to ask for a delay from fellow e you leaders in other corporate news Deutsche Bank is reportedly considering giving up as many as three of the ten floors it occupies in Hong Kong, Bloomberg understands. The lenders signed a ten year lease at the international commerce centre back in twenty ten but hasn't been using all of the space, the landlord has now reportedly asked at least one estate agent to start looking for new tenants for the floors from July twenty twenty and airlines around the world are starting to assess the financial impact of last week's grounding of the Boeing seven three seven max jetliner the story from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett. The move came after the second deadly crash of the plane model in five months. Analysts are expecting a short term hit the flying capacity while Boeing resolves safety concern. Turns and trains pilots yet. The financial impact remains in question with westjet airlines withdrawing its forecasts echoing a similar move from Air Canada last week. Steve landless Joseph DeNardo wrote in a note. Quote, US airlines expect the max grounding to be short lived as scheduled adjustments. When made our short indication, Charlie Pellett, Bloomberg daybreak Europe, and cosmetics maker Revlon warns that a delayed filing may reveal a material weakness in its financial reporting controls that has shares lower in premarket trading company. Also reported a tough quarter with sales slipping Revlon in the rest of the industry have been rattled by specialty beauty stores and online only concepts. Let's get out not Leon guarantee some more headlines from around the world. Good morning. Good morning, Markus. New Zealand's Prime minister is promising to deny the man accused of the Christ Church terror attack notoriety saying, she'll never. Say his name a twenty eight year old man and his strolling citizen has been charged with one count of murder. Other charges will follow he will face. The full force of the law in New Zealand. The families of the fallen will have Justice. Justin Dalton has been leading tributes in the country's parliament fifty people died in the shootings at two mosques on Friday in the Netherlands officials say the suspect in the shooting on a trend that left three dead has a criminal record at Turkish. Born thirty seven year old man has been arrested been bugs Ellen proper reports. Famished terrorist motives cannot be ruled out the suspect it shooting. The Turkish avenue old government Tana's was arrested early evening. The tariffs had twelve inches raised to five the first time. It was raised to the highest level in Amsterdam Popa, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Tropical cyclone that tore across Mozambique at the weekend may have killed more than a thousand. And people as going to the country's president is spike is heavy rains continue to cause a devastation so far at least ninety people have died in Zimbabwe eighty four in Mozambique. According to official counts and Iran, isn't facing Venezuela style collapse just yet. But it's the first Persian new year holiday since President Donald Trump imposed tough sanctions. Bloomberg's a goal. Nemoto? Valley has details balancing, ever, tighter household budgets. I watering price rises the ancient springtime festival, which normally involves hearty feasts, a lavish spreads of sweets and nuts. We'll be notably morstead than previous years in downtown. Ron low income and poor. Families are feeling the most pain in Tehran goal valley. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Clay will news twenty four hours a day on Erin tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm young errands. This is Bloomberg Markus. Thanks so much. We're just getting some headlines out of the mini maker Norsk. Hydro this morning. Interesting headlines hydro has been the subject of a cyber attack. We understand it says that it was the victim to an extensive cyberattack even which is impacting operations. It doesn't yet know the full extent of the situation. Hydro says IT systems in most business areas are impacted and as I say, the company says it doesn't yet know the full extent of the situation. So we will of course, beekeeping an eye on this. But the red headline on the Bloomberg terminal this morning is that Norsk Hydro says it's fallen victim to an extensive cyber attack that is impacting operations. Let's say get next to Donny Belga who's just sat down here in the studio. This as European stocks have rebounded this year, but manages aunt biting, it seems for the past year equity fund outflow, total one hundred twenty billion dollars the worst of any region across the world. Even so bulls are now emerging from the wreckage. Corning for a ton in fortunes for more. I'm joined then by Bloomberg markets. Reporter Danny bugassault Donnie, heavier festival European equities. They've actually been gaining so far this year. So how does that square with these outflows? I think it really just shows how little conviction there is around the gains and how volumes have remained low because as you say equity funds have seen outflows in Europe. The number is fifty weeks out of fifty two which is the longest run in a decade. So it's clear that just sentiment has really not kept up. Even though markets are gaining clearly valuations all of that is just hasn't been enough for investors really participate in the rally we've seen if in Leicester's are leaving European equities. What what are they then moving into a suppose? What is replacing European equities as an asset class? Yeah. I mean, it's certainly a pretty solid rotation that we're seeing one of them is is pretty simple, you see weak growth coming in and these sort of safety plays have really moved a lot of investors towards cash, especially when you think of hedge funds this year they've gotten extreme. Family low to the ground a lot of that is just concerned. They don't want to be exposed to any of these sort of fluctuations. We see inflation or the sort of ECB dovish nece expectations that rates will stay low as really push a lot of investors to credit which is a little bit counterintuitive because credit equities highly correlated, but really that income play in high yield bonds romaine does remain alive. More strategists are now calling for a town round to Morgan Stanley. For instance, saying that this is the time to to buy Europe. What is their argument, so plain and simple, one of them is just you know, we're reaching extreme we're bound to get immune reversion Morgan Stanley's call though has to do with China, actually. So if you look at China PM, I it tracks really closely with your in fact, even just the markets themselves. China is most correlated with Europe out of the other developed nations. So we are trying to pm is improving slightly. Of course. There's still a lot of negative expectations there, but Morgan Stanley for their point things that China will improve and that interns, just because the economies are so closely linked between China and Europe that bullshit should improve. And therefore, we should get a better brighter economic picture that will put investors back into European funds to really.

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"uk european union" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"uk european union" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"At the global solutions at the global solutions conference. I'm Matt Miller, and I'm Markus Karlsson right here. Bloomberg's European headquarters in the city of London gravy with us this morning. It is five thirty here in London six thirty where Mattis. All right. Let's get a quick check of what's going on with the markets this morning. We do have red arrows across Asia right now. In terms of the equity index is as a result, or maybe maybe in addition to that, I should say we also have equity index futures trading down just slightly in Europe. At least footsie futures trading slightly down as our Dax futures right now US equity index futures are still gaining in terms of what we see in the bond market. The US tenure yield has come down slightly to two point five nine. Six percent, though tuned in here at this time yesterday, you heard the exact same number so little bit of movement, but not quite one basis point to the downside is investors. Buy those bonds taking a look at the currency markets right now. The pound also has had a little bit of movement, but come full circle back to where it was yesterday right now trading at one thirty to sixty five after John burqas surprising astounding. And yet. Really kind of a just a boring procedural move. I guess if you look at it that way in parliament right now, the pound trading at one thirty to sixty six we're looking at a yen trading at one eleven point three and a euro that cost one thirteen forty-three, Marcus. All right. Let's say get onto today's top stories signed as you've been talking about Matsui. Somme looks set to seek a long extension to the UK's European Union. Membership off to the house of Commons speaker dealt a fresh blow to a plan to win parliamentary approval for her deal to leave the block John berko refused to allow the prime minister to bring the twice defeated departure deal. Back for a new vote government camel legitimately do is to resubmit to the house, the saving proposition all substantially the same proposition. As of last week, which was rejected by one hundred forty nine. Now, this decision is seemed to make another voltage Theresa May's deal unlikely before Thursday's European summit in Brussels when the prime minister will have to ask for a delay. Meanwhile, on top corporate news, at least two airlines have pulled their forecasts as they assess the impact of last week's grounding of the Boeing seven three seven max jet. This follows the second deadly crash of the plane in five months. Analysts are expecting a short term hit to fly in capacity while Boeing resolve safety concerns and trains pilots and ride hailing lift aims to raise more than two billion dollars in the first big tech of twenty nine thousand nine that would value the company almost twenty billion dollars. It plans to sell almost thirty one million shares at sixty two to sixty dollars a piece and the filing comes after the company reported it lost almost two billion dollars last year. The shares are set to price on March the twenty eighth and stole trading on the NASDAQ the following day. And the SEC says it is quote stunning that Elon Musk failed to get pre approval for any of his tesla tweets since a judge ordered him to do. So his settlement with the regulator called for an attorney to pre approved company related tweets. But that person is instead monitoring the tweets in real time, the SEC has reiterated its request that the judge fined musk in contempt of court or at the ongoing saga that regarding Elon Musk's tweets, let's get some more headlines from around the world. Here's Bloomberg's Leon GARRETT'S. Good morning, Markus. New Zealand's Prime minister has vowed not to give the man accused of shooting fifty people dead in terror attack publicist he sought many things from his act of Thira, but one was notoriety. And that is why you will never he made me his name. Johnson was speaking at the country's parliament four days after the atrocity two mosques and Christ Church. Thirty people remain in hospital nine of them in critical condition. A twenty eight year old Australian house being charged with one count of murder after appearing in court at the weekend. A tropical cyclone that to across Mason beak at the weekend may have killed more than a thousand people. That's according to the south east south East African nations president he spoke is heavy rains continue to cause. Devastation say for at least ninety eight people have died in Zimbabwean eighty four in Mozambique. According to official counts, strengthening security legislation and will potentially ban protest rallies and high profile areas such as shown in Paris, the government decided to act after shops were burned and looted on the avenue in the latest findings linked to the so called yellow vest movement. Peace will address to the armory and step up the use of video footage to identify. Perpetrators and Doron isn't facing Venezuela style collapsed just yet. But it's I Persian New Year's holiday since President Trump withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal and impose tough sanctions. Bloomberg's gonna motiva- has the details balancing ever, tighter household budgets with I watering price rises, the ancient springtime festival, which normally involves hearty feasts, lavish spreads of sweets and nuts..

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"uk european union" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"uk european union" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That we are beginning to see is the return of this equilibrium in the market as a result of this rise in applies over person demand that may lead into resurgence. If you like. Buildup in inventories, which is not in the interests of anyone. That was the OPEC secretary general Muhammed Canedo now some European politics to take into account this morning. Italy faces the deadline to resubmit its twenty thousand nineteen budget plans to the European Union. Bloomberg's Kevin Castelo reports Italy's populist coalition has been defiant say will stick with it's expensive program and the controversial budget deficit of two point four percent for next year deputy premier Luigi Demayo says following EU rules could trigger a recession. But the EU says Italy must follow those rules, otherwise the country may be facing a disciplinary proceeding in Rome. Kevin Castelo, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Let's talk about Brexit negotiators are working through the night in an effort to reach deal. But you get Prime Minister Theresa may says the final stage of talks is proving quoted mentally difficult in an evening speech in the city of London may negotiations are now in the end game. But that's significant. Problems remain. And of course, it includes the new relationship, we will forge with our European allies. As we leave the European Union negotiations for our departure are now in the end game. And we're working extremely hard through the night to make you focus on the remaining issues in the withdrawal agreement which are significant sides want to reach an agreement. The what we are negotiating is immense, mentally difficult, and I do not shy away from that. Both the UK European Union believe they only have until tomorrow to secure a deal if it's to be signed off by a special EU summit this month. Now we were talking about apple an apple supplies coming under pressure a little bit earlier. Goldman Sachs shares tumbled the most since twenty eleven last night after Malaysia's government said it wants a full refund of fees paid for one MD, be fundraising. Prosecutors have implicated three of its staff in a multibillion dollar fraud sent on the state investment fund in Malaysia the prime. Minister-in-waiting Anwar Ibrahim said a short time ago that Malaysia must be more aggressive in pursuing its claims against Goldman. And Vodafone and Telecom Italia are said to be in talks to jointly built a next generation wireless network in Italy. According to people familiar, the two companies have signed a nondisclosure agreement about potential collaboration on a five G network. The aim is to reach the first quarter of two thousand nineteen that could include sharing wireless towers and granting each other access to four point eight billion euros at five t spectrum representatives for Telecom Italia and Vodafone have declined to comment. Let's get you some more headlines now from around the world here backs Leon guarantee. Good morning. Good morning, Markus. Thirteen undeclared North Korean missile operating bases have been identified. That's according to a new report. It's believed the secret sites could be used to launch intercontinental ballistic missiles, Bloomberg's Peter pay reports research group, which is commercially available satellite. Images. Identified thirteen sites believed to have underground facilities. Attaining mobile entrees report comes to nuclear toffee, the US. North Korea hit another snag last week with a New York meeting between secretary of state by COPA peyot, North Korea. Stop negotiator was abruptly castle in so appear pay Bloomberg daybreak Europe violence continues in southern Israel and Gaza after militants fired rockets over the border and the army attacked military sites in this strip. Bloomberg's Jonathan funds got reports Palestinians launched more than three hundred rockets mortars at Israel. It was the worst one day barrage. In four years is really air. Force jets struck at least seventy targets across the territory, which is ruled by the militant Islamic group HAMAs. It was just a day before that both sides said they were trying to work out a ceasefire Jonathan I Bloomberg daybreak Europe emergency services in California now dealing with what has become the deadliest wildfires in US history and east forty two people are known to have been killed five. Chief Mark Lorenzen says more problems are ahead. We had to brand new starts in. Obviously it just hit. It's home on the fact that we are still in significant fire weather and the existing fire is not our only concern an Anglo America will address the European parliament later today, the German Chancellor will use his speech to lay out gender for the twenty eight member block Berg's, Patrick Donohue has more. You leaders will meet in a month in Brussels to thrash out a new plan to integrate the euro area will also talk about Europe defending itself. Better is the global order is shaken a question hanging over the German Chancellor will be how much forty she can preserve after she gives up the leadership of her Christian Democratic Union next month and Berlin, Patrick Donahue. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron at tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Yan guarantees. This is being beg Yussef. Thank you for that ten. Let's get you. A bit of a preview of what's coming up on Bloomberg daybreak Europe. We're going to be.

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"uk european union" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"uk european union" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Listening to daybreak Europe live on London dab digital radio at, says have a quick look at? Where the data has opened up then across these European equity markets we are? A little bit stronger this morning up by an eighth of one. Percent on the stock six hundred very modest gains being made then as, we wait for further new slow on trade essentially will we get news from Canada will they be. News from China with a, slightly longer time horizon in mind perhaps that seems to. Be the focus four. Markets at the moment so we are up by one tenth of a percent on the Footsie-100 the CAC Caroline's and the Xetra Dax both. Up by around one tenth of a percent as, well the ibex on the footsie mid both down by. Around three tenths of a percent. This is a contrast we've seen a laws in the last couple of days the contrast between the periphery of the zone and the, core. Looking at US. Futures, they are. Setting us up for a slightly stronger open up by one or. Two tenths of a percent. At the start of trade there perhaps the Asia Pacific up by two. Tenths of a percent at as We head, towards the close the, Shanghai composite down by three tenths of a percent over in. China elsewhere checking some other assets. For you the dollar is a little stronger this morning up by one tenth of a percent the pound little weaker or perhaps on some. Of our Brexit reporting down by one tenth of a percent, on slippage in the time horizons? For Blake's Brexit deal the euro is weaker by one eight of a percent? Against the US dollar checking in on the NAFTA currencies the Canadian. Dollar up by one tenth of a percent there was some reporting overnight, suggesting maybe Canada is ready to make a concession on dairy to enable a new NAFTA to succumb. To life the Mexican pesos, up by three tenths of a percent as well on. The NAFTA talks let's. Quickly check oil sixty eight forty seven where we trade down by a tenth of a percent for w t I look at the data. Then Mattis yes I'm we've just had of breaking, data coming through from Turkey where we see confidence Turkish. Economic confidence falling from ninety two. Point two last month four to eighty three point nine the Turkish lira Weakens by one point five six percent of course in Turkey they have introduced a constellation of pain in foreign currency that's the latest move that. They've made for some of the mortgages and one thing and another in the Turkish economy so again perhaps that. Is currently controlled by Steph let's talk about some of. The stocks that we're watching this morning anybody that likes to drop in the afternoon or Jameson whiskey in the evening we've had the numbers Danny burger is our stocks reported this morning Panera card good numbers and good guidance but. The stocks lower why that's right well would seem that a lot of people have been enjoying some porno in in China and India specifically Jameson whiskey really sending, a nine year streak of sales growth very interesting though that they are having a bit of a drop today shares lower by about one point. Two percent they are seeing some earnings rise ahead Of analysts. Estimates upper but perhaps. This is a situation where growth is so strong the. Question is can the company keep it up here's hasn't deeds revoked Zealand that news program Standard Chartered as well Danny. The share, price not moving well sipping a little. This morning that's right so Senator Turner previously ran into some issues. When it comes to sanction breaches and their dealings with Iran but according to. People familiar US authorities. Are weighing a criminal penalty against inner charter, and individual, employees on evidence that the, banks Iranian business might be? More extensive. Than, it emitted so that's why we're seeing some of the weakness again like you said it's very. Slight so far this morning perhaps that's because we don't know the. Full extent to this US probe and company that we wouldn't often talk about dates. Ecuadoran this is one, of the. Nordic energy companies broad church of products And, they're investing in Brazil Yeah this is I. Think this is very much so the company admitting that it's a mature a production in Norway It's declining they basically have no large oil and gas projects in their home country after. A two thousand twenty two so this looks like an attempt to, sort of keep up some of their, production though not at, home shares not reacting to much so far this morning but we'll we'll see whether investors again. Basically. Flat, so far but we'll. See whether this is enough for investors to be optimistic. About, the prospects. For Ecuador okay Danny thank you. Very much Bloomberg's Donny Berger joining us here in the London studio Top, stories and one of those at the lead and is about Brexit the UK European Union are said to have dropped the Tobin deadline for Brexit do both sides publicly say they want, an agreement wrapped up in the next seven weeks but. Bloomberg understands it's a scoop of hours behind the senior officials admit it's. Unlikely sources, tell us. They know him to finalize their divorce terms by the middle of November at the latest on trade conversations. That magistrate talks g to continue in Washington today between the US and Canada Canada's foreign. Minister has rejoined NAFTA talks as the United States has. Set a, deadline this Friday to reach a deal, to renew the pact, Christa Freeland said the US Mexico trade agreements and she is of course the foreign minister of. Canada. She, said that this agreement. Sets the stage for productive talks with Canada this.

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"uk european union" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"uk european union" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters it's a health boost for britain uk prime minister theresa may is acting on a key promise of the pro brexit campaign vowing to inject billions of pounds into the state run national health service in a bbc interview may said by twenty twenty three the nhs will be getting an extra twenty six point six billion dollars a year it'll be funded by money that's no longer being spent on the uk's european union membership the sunday telegraph citing sources it didn't identify reports coca cola is said to be considering four billion dollar bid for glaxosmithkline's horlick's that's a drink sort of like ovaltine here in the us the telegraph says craft heintz and nestle are also potential bidders the sunday times of london reports virgin money the banking company founded by sir richard branson is expected to agree to a two point one billion dollar takeover by the owner of c y bg tomorrow a could lead to up to fifteen hundred job losses the times didn't say where it got that information opec the organization of petroleum exporting countries meets in vienna this week and saudi arabia and russia are preparing for a clash with allied crude producers over whether to raise production we get more on that story from bloomberg's charlie pellett saudi and russian officials in favor of relaxing historic supply limits will meet resistance from iran iraq and venezuela an opec lead meeting this coming week russian energy minister alexander novak has advocated lifting the caps as soon as july first john killed off a partner at again capital says quote the russians are now pushing for a bigger increase than what we expected earlier an opec is divided now charlie pellett global news twenty four hours a day on air and at 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 use the business of sports from bloomberg radio with scott arsenic and michael barr thank you very much for.

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"uk european union" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"uk european union" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And one hundred degrees tomorrow parts of the northeast and mid atlantic could see record setting temperatures and president trump and north korean dictator kim jong owner scheduled to talk by telephone today i'm christopher cruise and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters a new watchdog may be headed to washington and administration aid white house spokeswoman lindsey walters says president donald trump has chosen kathy cranny under a little known white house budgeted as director of the consumer financial protection bureau if approved by the senate crowning or would succeed her boss white house budget director mick mulvaney who's led the cfp be part time since november it's a health boost for britain uk prime minister theresa may is acting on a key promise of the pro brexit campaign vowing to inject billions of pounds into the state run national health service in a bbc interview may said by twenty twenty three the nhs will be getting an extra twenty six point six billion dollars a year it'll be funded by money that's no longer being spent on the uk's european union membership the us and china have announced tariffs on each other's products and goods starting july sixth and the world waits to see what's next the us trade representative spinal list includes over one thousand product lines down from about thirteen hundred initially and they're mainly focused on china's made in twenty twentyfive plan to become dominant in high tech industries such as robotics aerospace industrial machinery and automobiles china's list includes agricultural products soybeans corn and wheat along with beef pork and poultry and automobiles norway one of tesla's biggest markets with about eighty five hundred cars sold last year wants.

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"uk european union" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"uk european union" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Across the upper midwest and northern plains are bracing for stormy hot weather severe thunderstorms heavy rain will stretch across the northern tier of the country i'm barton and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters it's a health boost for britain uk prime minister theresa may is acting on a key promise of the pro brexit campaign vowing to inject billions of pounds into the state run national health service in a bbc interview may said by twenty twenty three the hfs will be getting an extra twenty six point six billion dollars a year it'll be funded by money that's no longer being spent on the uk's european union membership the sunday telegraph citing sources it didn't identify reports coca cola is said to be considering a four billion dollar bid for glaxosmithkline's horlick's that's sort of like ovaltine here in the us the telegraph says craft heintz and nestle are also potential bidders the sunday times of london reports virgin money the banking company founded by sir richard branson is expected to agree to a two point one billion dollar takeover by the owner of c y bg tomorrow a merger could lead to up to fifteen hundred job losses the times didn't say where it got that information opec the organization of petroleum exporting countries meets in vienna this week and saudi arabia and russia are preparing for a clash with allied crude producers over whether to raise production we get more on that story from bloomberg's charlie pellett saudi and russian officials in favor of relaxing historic supply limits will meet resistance from iran iraq and venezuela an opec lead meeting this coming week russian energy minister alexander novak has advocated lifting the caps as soon as july first john killed off partner at again capital says quote the russians are now pushing for a bigger increase than what we expected earlier an opec is divided now charlie pellett global news twenty four hours a day on air and at 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 this is bloomberg businessweek from bloomberg radio hello i'm carol massar.

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"uk european union" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"uk european union" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Thank you see is well known for being a bit of a maverick the controversial artist has left his mark on streets walls and bridges in cities all over the world his work blends dark humor with political and social commentary celebrities love him and he sold some of his pieces for over a cool million dollars that's a pretty impressive cv right but it seems even banksie is not immune to a slice of rejection the royal academy summer exhibition is one of britain's most popular art shows it allows members of the public to submit a piece to be displayed with the likes of initiative por tracy and david hockney this year banks he decided he'd into something under a false name an anagram of banks anagram which worked out as brian s gagman the pieces cooled vote to love was inspired by vote leave poster us for the uk's european union in referendum in two thousand sixteen it shows a red hot balloon in place of the show in love with plasters leverett suitably banks esque but it didn't tickle the judges fancy and he was turned down and the next twist in the story a month later the royal academy contacted bank see asking him to submit something so we sent in a revised version of vote to love which is now hanging in gallery three in london banksie is not the first artist to feel the keene sting of rejection to lula berry or should that be tabula larry reporting.

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"uk european union" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"uk european union" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Thank you see is well known for being a bit of a maverick the controversial artist has left his mark on streets walls and bridges in cities all over the world his work blends dark humor with political and social commentary celebrities love him and he sold some of his pieces for over a cool million dollars that's a pretty impressive cv right but it seems even banksie is not immune to a slice of rejection the royal academy summer exhibition is one of britain's most popular art shows it allows members of the public to submit a piece to be displayed with the likes of initiative por tracy and david hockney this year banks he decided he'd into something under a false name an anagram of banks anagram which worked out as brian s gagman the pieces cooled vote to love was inspired by vote leave poster us for the uk's european union in referendum in two thousand sixteen it shows a red hot balloon in place of the show in love with plasters leverett suitably banks esque but it didn't tickle the judges fancy and he was turned down and the next twist in the story a month later the royal academy contacted bank see asking him to submit something so we sent in a revised version of vote to love which is now hanging in gallery three in london banksie is not the first artist to feel the keene sting of rejection to lula berry or should that be tabula larry reporting.

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"uk european union" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"uk european union" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"He is concerned that a false picture has been given because she said he hadn't consented to be on the program and surrey of now admitted that and she feels she knew this young man as well as anybody could obviously she realizes now that he was plotting this terrible crime while she she was engaging with him but she said she feels the need to speak out now because because hearing the victim impact statements from parsons green and we know that hassans bomb only partially detonated but nevertheless more than fifty people were injured some have been left with physical injuries many left traumatized and she feels that if any lessons ought to be learned from parsons green a clear picture should emerge of this young man's association with the authorities we'll be hearing from kate cable herself at ten to eight and also from someone who is involved in coordinating the prevent program in one part of the country gene kelly thank you eighteen minutes to seven let's have a look at the papers and offer the mass expulsion of russian diplomats that is the lead story for most of them will unites against russia's the headline in the express the metro it's west tunes on russia the mid up putin the pariah the telegraph the unprecedented show of solidarity outstripped even downing street's expectations the independent website says some of the countries like the baltic states and potent were expected to show that traditional antipathy dual russia but the actions of germany france and italy demonstrated the level of disquiet about the soulsby poisonings what is particularly pleasing to the government according to the spectator website is that whitehall suspects one of president putin's motives for the attack was detest britain standing in the world post brexit would the uk's european union allies still stick with britain that had rejected them at the polls the answer it adds is a loud and clear yes the i attribute this to what it calls theresa may's patient diplomacy it says she can allow herself a small pat on the back for the remarkable achievement of lining up much of the west behind britain the mail says parliament square has seen some extraordinary protests over the years but surely not unlike the one by britain's jewish community against jeremy corbin's labor party.

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"uk european union" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"uk european union" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Seventysix some vaccines aren't working as well as hoped and that has medical experts taking a closer look at new vaccine technology a federal panel of experts is meeting this week in atlanta some drug makers are developing new vaccines using new kinds of additives to boost effectiveness on wednesday the advisory committees expected who consider recommending onesuch vaccine a new shingles vaccine approved last week this federal panel recommends what vaccine children and adults should receive and wet correspondent rich thomason a federal appeals court on tuesday cleared the way for a 17yearold illegalimmigrant held in custody in texas to obtain an abortion the full us circuit court of appeals for the district of columbia circuit ruled six three in favor of the teen the decision overturned a ruling by a threejudge panel of the court that at least temporarily blocked there from getting an abortion the trump administration could still appeal the decision to the supreme court here's an analysis a town hall but com i'm keith peters british lawmakers have asked facebook to release information about russianlinked activity around the uk's european union membership referendum and recent election the house of commons digital culture media and sport committee says it's seeking details of ads and pages set up by russianlinked accounts june the two thousand sixteen referendum and 2017 election campaign in a letter to facebook the committee says inflammation is being sold for an investigation into the role of foreign activists abusing platforms to defend the political discourse of other nations the committee announced earlier this year it was setting up an inquiry into the phenomenon of fake news facebook says it has received a letter and will respond once it has the opportunity to review the.

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"uk european union" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"uk european union" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Good in welcome an oppor we have a with one great market but that it was rumored to have been hunting within the week it had yet and the government inbound playing pain they are i'm looking at market opportunity there will make room when it in the back in her concrete to do that am and come up to think about what would happen next week all right thank you so much for that pole tug well for us in athens now the uk european union wound up their second round of breaks at talks yesterday with big differences still remaining bloomberg's alex morales has the story eu lead negotiator michel bernier to the uk to come back next month was more details it's a mixed sticking points britain's exit bill the rights to citizens resident in each of these nations and the role of the european court of justice in london prime minister theresa may met with business leaders as she sued to season nerves every it but promising them a transition periods that would avoid a cliff edge the times and guardian newspapers both reported on friday that transition period would include keeping freedom of movement rules if that's the case it will mark a shift in the government's turn with may having previously said freedom of movement i will end when britain leaves the glock alex moralists bloomberg daybreak london all right for the latest in global news he has been backs onto kill half good morning they read lease two people have died and more than one hundred and twenty hunt been injured after an earthquake hit the greek island costs buildings were violently shaken every night some of them have collapsed trapping people under rubble the quake also hit neighboring turkish resort bedroom spreading panic amongst tourists turkey's foreign minister says his country give in to threats after relations with germany have slumped to their lowest since world war two german foreign minister sigmar gabriel yesterday announced.

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