35 Burst results for "Vinny Del"

Fed Likely to Hold Steady on Interest Rates, Bond Purchases

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Fed Likely to Hold Steady on Interest Rates, Bond Purchases

"Decision from the central bank, plus key forecasts. Bloomberg's Vinny Del Giudice has more. Bloomberg economic says the Fed's policy statement will probably take note of economic gains while emphasizing the limited upside risksto inflation. Aside from that Bloomberg Economic sees no change to interest rate palace. You're the pace of Had bond purchases. No forward guidance, suggesting a change is afoot. Defense dot plot projections will probably signal interest rates hovering near zero through 2023. Supporting economy pummeled by covert 19, Vinny del Schutte. Nice Bloomberg Daybreak. Many thank you Oil. Also in

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U.S. housing starts climbed nearly 3% in September

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

U.S. housing starts climbed nearly 3% in September

"Economists predict housing starts rose 3% in September, reversing in August declined more from Bloomberg's Vinny del Jude Ice Nature could influence today's housing starts Data. Bloomberg Economics is the impact of Western wildfires will likely offset the recovery from severe storms in the South. Nature side. The housing market continues to lead the virus battered economy thanks to record low mortgage rates and demand for suburban housing. Looking ahead builder confidence is running high. Any doubt shoot dice. Bloomberg Daybreak,

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U.S. wholesale inventories climb in August

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

U.S. wholesale inventories climb in August

"On the Economic front today. The government issues data on August wholesale inventories economists forecast again following three straight declines. We get more from Bloomberg's Vinny del Jude Ice, preliminary data showed August wholesale inventories rose 0.5%, the most since April. 2019 factories I drove by the pandemic has been making, Dean says Businesses replenish Infant Toys. August inventory building was broad based infant toys play a key role in government GDP data beneath down through the ice. Lumbered daybreak.

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U.S. Recession 2020: When Will the Economy Recover?

Bloomberg Law

00:35 sec | 9 months ago

U.S. Recession 2020: When Will the Economy Recover?

"Many in this many connection. As for the economic Outlook, Bloomberg's monthly survey of economists suggest it will be almost two years before the American economy returns to an even keel with that story, Here's Bloomberg's Vinny del Jude eyes, economists surveyed by Bloomberg say When 2020 is over and done with the pandemic live, Shea 4.5% off the economic growth rate. 2021 2022. The economy is forecast to grow, gradually gaining 3.6% 2.7%, respectively. It's possible those estimates could be too optimistic as Washington has yet to serve up additional economic aid.

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Black-Owned Businesses Hit Especially Hard by Coronavirus Pandemic, Study Finds

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:29 sec | 11 months ago

Black-Owned Businesses Hit Especially Hard by Coronavirus Pandemic, Study Finds

"Reserve study warns the pandemic poses a grave risk the black owned small businesses across the United States on with that story, Here's Bloomberg's Vinny Del Giudice. The data compiled by the New York Fed Showa, 41% drop in the number of small business owners who are black. That's twice the number of total small businesses. Recent include concentration of black businesses and pandemic hot spots and the uneven reach of government aid in the early days of the crisis, many down to die Spielberg radio

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Coronavirus recession is "likely," economist says

Bloomberg Law

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus recession is "likely," economist says

"Stocks surged the most since October two thousand eight after president trump reassured investors his administration is taking measures to combat the coronavirus including stepping up testing and bolstering the oil market for the week however it was a losing week with the S. and P. five hundred index on the week plunging eight point eight percent as for the economic backdrop Jeff Kline top is chief global investment strategist at Charles Schwab we know what likely entering a global recession it's too early to tell the depth but the economy and the invulnerable to a shock after schooling last year we don't know what that shock is and if you're looking for past reference points for what has happened to markets Emily Rowland as co chief investment officer at John Hancock investments if you look at nineteen eighty seven which we would stay with yet another example of kind of a stock in a shock impact the market the market actually reclaim those prior highs in just under two years so we we would use that as an analog for what we're seeing today forecasters meanwhile see the American economy stumbling over the next three or so months and with that story here's Bloomberg's Vinny del Jude ice longest economic expansion on record is slammed into an unprecedented threat the global pandemic covert nineteen kana surveyed by Bloomberg project U. S. growth will stall in the upcoming second quarter eking out a point one percent gain and that may be generous as things evolve economists also pick the probability of a US recession at forty percent the police outlook since the financial crisis in March two thousand

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Coronavirus Hits U.S. Business Activity

Bloomberg Best

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Coronavirus Hits U.S. Business Activity

"Stocks had their worst week since January with the S. and P. down one point three percent amid renewed concerns over the economic impact of the corona viruses it spreads outside of China today we got data showing it's starting to impair the U. S. economy and with more here's Bloomberg's Vinny del Jude ice business activity contracted this month for the first time since twenty thirteen is the coronavirus hit supply chains the data compiled by research firm IHS Markit also show exports contracted for a second month service providers meantime reported the weakest order since the recession a decade ago while factory orders had a six

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U.S. Budget Deficit Grew 25% in First Four Months of Fiscal 2020

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. Budget Deficit Grew 25% in First Four Months of Fiscal 2020

"January was a deficit month for the U. S. treasury and with that story here's Bloomberg's Vinny del Jude ice after four consecutive January's in the black the government budget office spewed writing class month deficit the thirty two point six billion dollars federal spending rose twenty two percent more than twice as fast as revenue the Congressional Budget Office is for casting an annual budget deficit topping one trillion dollars primarily reflecting increased mandatory spending is the US population

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Asian Shares Mixed Before Central Bank Meetings

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Asian Shares Mixed Before Central Bank Meetings

"We got trading under way now in Hong Kong and Shanghai and across much of Asia and we have central banks in Japan Indonesia and Malaysia announcing that this policy decisions of the new year with doctor more on that story from a Bloomberg said Vinny del Judas economists surveyed by Bloomberg or for casting all three central banks to maintain your current policy and interest rates however there could be a chance at the bank of Japan sent us an opportunity to lift its growth forecast in response to a government stimulus

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Dow ends down after weaker-than-expected jobs report

Masters in Business

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Dow ends down after weaker-than-expected jobs report

"Stocks fell from records after the latest jobs report delivered mixed signals on the strength of the US economy and with that story here's Bloomberg's Vinny del Jude eyes America's economy added just one hundred forty five thousand jobs in December below the full year average even so Bloomberg economics as the pace of hiring wall slower is still sufficient to drive unemployment down in the new year in December unemployment was running a half century low with three point five percent down July schoolwork radio reaction from Tiffany Wilding chief economist at pimco the one forty five total payrolls gained in December and I was a little bit weaker than consensus but there's probably some quirks going on with the data because of how the thanksgiving fell on the calendar this year so actually we're more focused on the aggregate hours numbers in this report and and actually they look quite a bit weaker than they did in November and Rick reader global chief investment officer for fixed income of blackrock says you got to keep the jobs number specifically that one hundred forty five thousand gain in perspective this is a bit from the new one's going to be a bit of a bit softer that being said how could you not how is it a bit softer after these incredible reports we've had and you still hired forty thousand people in retail forty thousand people in in leisure almost forty thousand people in education health services the numbers are impressive the online mattress retailer Casper sleepers filed for an IPO it shares will be listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker C. S. P.

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U.S. weekly jobless claims fall, but labor market cooling

Bloomberg Markets

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. weekly jobless claims fall, but labor market cooling

"Lots of economic data today jobless claims dropping for the fourth week in a row setting the stage for tomorrow morning's monthly employment report let's get that story now from Bloomberg's Vinny del Jude ice today's jobless claims data illustrate the where with all the labor market claims fell to two hundred fourteen thousand a lowest in five weeks and not far from a half century low looking to Friday's big report Wall Street forecasts indicate the U. S. wrapped up twenty nineteen was the manual employment gain copping two million that said wait just remain a

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U.S. weekly jobless claims fall, but labor market momentum waning

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. weekly jobless claims fall, but labor market momentum waning

"Thanks later today we get data on weekly jobless claims ahead of tomorrow's monthly employment report economists forecast jobless claims declined by another two thousand last week here with Morris Bloomberg's Vinny del Jude ice in the prior report jobless claims drop by two thousand two hundred twenty two thousand the third consecutive weekly decline Bloomberg economics as businesses will be hesitant to let workers going to competitive labor market assuming trade tensions seasonal global outlook stabilizers Friday the government issues its monthly labor market survey for December and economists are forecasting unemployment rate held steady at three point five percent half

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Falling imports push U.S. trade deficit to three-year low

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Falling imports push U.S. trade deficit to three-year low

"Thank you on the economic front today we get data on the trade deficit in goods and services economists predict the trade shortfall narrowed in November here with details is Bloomberg's Vinny del Jude ice Bloomberg economics is forecasting today's report will show imports dropped this factory weakness sap demand for industrial supplies exports probably rose amid signs global trade tensions eased a bit also today at ten AM Wall Street time the I. S. service report and service industries and government data on factory orders Bloomberg customers can find a full list of economic indicators by typing eco go on the Bloomberg terminal the Dow judicial birthday break they give any it is coming up to six thirty eight on

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US work productivity falls for the first time in nearly 4 years

Bloomberg Best

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

US work productivity falls for the first time in nearly 4 years

"And today we got new data showing worker productivity is down with that story here's Bloomberg's Vinny del to dis productivity a measure of business efficiency declined for the first time in almost four years hello the point three percent pace in the third quarter economic growth moderated prospects higher the government gave the cast doubt on the long term impact of White House tax dodging depart loosening

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Stocks close solidly higher as jobs data eases recession fears

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Stocks close solidly higher as jobs data eases recession fears

"Day stocks gained along with treasuries after solid hiring data quelled recession fears without crushing the odds of future federal reserve easing and with more on the jobs report here's Bloomberg's Vinny del Jude eyes America's labor market is trucking along for now even as the economy wobbles on its tracks last month three point five percent unemployment rate the lowest since nineteen sixty nine job growth totaled one hundred thirty six thousand less than the prior month less than Wall Street forecasts but better than what we saw during recession a decade ago that said the slowdown can be taken as a warning for the months ahead average hourly earnings

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Moderate U.S. job growth expected in September

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Moderate U.S. job growth expected in September

"In the U. S. today the government issues its monthly employment report for September economists are forecasting moderate gain of a hundred and forty six thousand non farm jobs Bloomberg's Vinny del Jew dice reports. of maladies White House tariffs manufacturing slump weak global growth are sending shivers through America's labor market Bloomberg economics is slower growth this training business confidence and ultimately hiring plans here's a symptom a barometer of service industry employment dropped in September to a five year low so for now it looks like the US economy will posted smallest any one point gain in almost a decade any doubt should ice Bloomberg

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Trump Calls China a ‘Threat to the World’ as Trade Talks Approach

Bloomberg Best

01:24 min | 1 year ago

Trump Calls China a ‘Threat to the World’ as Trade Talks Approach

"The S. and P. five hundred index halted a three day advance with losses coming after Chinese trade officials canceled farm visits and president trump called the nation of threat match Malia's chief market strategist at Miller tabak he was our guest on Bloomberg businessweek we don't know exactly what happened why they left earlier why they didn't go to why aren't going to Montana what's something said in there in the negotiations that that the was hawkish and and tough and if that's the case which it seems to be it could be certainly could be is this another situation where cheese the fed cut interest rates and then presidential descent great now I can be more. with with with China as for where we go from here seem a Shaw is chief strategist of principal global investors we see acting marketing relatively well I would have to be assigned me a very modest rally I'm not hearing that the global economy recovers after a couple stabilize even toward the end of the year but it also you have to imply that that none of the shock that a threatening the global economy come to fruition household wealth kept piling up in the second quarter but debt did too with more here's Bloomberg's Vinny del Jude eyes that worth rose one point six percent to one hundred thirteen point five trillion dollars on top of the prior quarters five percent gain stocks it fresh eyes on price gains remained intact as always some people are doing better than others household debt xcelerated at the fastest pace since twenty

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A crack just emerged in the financial markets: The NY Fed spends $53 billion to rescue the overnight lending market

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

A crack just emerged in the financial markets: The NY Fed spends $53 billion to rescue the overnight lending market

"The New York fed's conducts its first repo agreement operation in a decade to ease funding pressure in the money markets the bank carried out mon fifty three billion dollars in deals to keep the fed funds rate from topping it's targeted range and the feds plans to spend another seventy five billion dollars today on the fed's repo prices of course come as policy makers to meet today the best deal will street is that the central bank will cut its benchmark interest rate by a quarter point to buffer the US economy against the slow global economic growth around the world and also White House trade tariffs big big Vinny del to dos reports now. the fed ease for the first time in a decade in late July opting for a quarter point cut Bloomberg economics of dissipates the fed will continue with quarter point increments until the three month ten year treasury yield curve is no longer inverted beyond today are economists say look for fed easing in October December and possibly early next

"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Let's head over to Vinny del judaizing at the numbers here if any hello Leeson comma full plated David yes some of it stronger than forecast retail sales for example up point seven percent topping the point three percent medium for cast excluding autos up one percent again topping the forecast also figures on non farm productivity worker output per hour second quarter preliminary two point three percent yes it's lower than the first quarter the economy slowed however it topped forecasts also figures from the New York fed regional data four point eight on the August factory index regional factory in excess a little bit higher not much difference we also have figures from the Philadelphia fed coming in let's see where is that on the screen there is sixteen point eight topping forecast friendly jobless claims pumping a bit higher but I guess the key number folks is retail sales up one percent topping for cash underneath that she likes Bloomberg radio let's go back then you think it's so much of the market's move a lift to equities up nine no up sixteen on futures thirty year bond gets back to two point zero zero percent Lisa the absolute stellar turn around for me is the massive revision the unit labor costs where we had a better statistic this time a positive two point four percent from a survey of two point zero but want to swing in the prior from a negative negative one point six percent to a J. Norma's of five point five percent there's some serious noise going on here the end and it's actually they caught noise how is the fed going to view this is this is indicating that more strength of people live in price again what if I do is that in light of trade and their increasing expectations for fed rate cuts Sonya Miskin joins us she's aged is chief US economist at standard chartered bank made so yeah it's absolutely bizarre we've got markets where they are yields where they are in this economic reports screens no rate cut or at the most twenty five beeps what say you I completely agree I think the markets are moving unfortunately on global recession sheriff's more so than the US recession should the US well the said actually has rates as probably the highest level among the developed economies at this point and so the the most likely to cut among the major central banks have more room to go and I think that plays into market pricing as well but also you have to remember when rates are so low elsewhere in the developed economies treasures of going to attract more slow and I think this is what we're also seeing and that's what's moving the current as well the longer end of the course to be precise I guess there's a question of what the fed remove cutting rates would actually do at this point because based on these numbers the US consumer still good and we're also seeing manufacturing beating at least in the empire region what's going on well I think what it would do is it wouldn't potentially instill more confidence globally among investors that the central banks is there and that they're prepared to support the global economy if need be I think it would also make it easier for other central banks to ease on because of the rate differentials and it and I think it also the end of the day some of the rate sensitive sectors like construction in the US your real estate in the US would also probably respond positively he's a control group and folks retail sales you take up this you take out that you end up with a control group and it's hugely tight range bound until the beginning of this year is the retail sales control group now so volatile like an EKG on one of those trashy medical soap operas Lisa watch it every night how did that happen the trade war well I think it's some of this might be confidence that this is a listing of all cultures so I think it's it's certainly season to GDP forecasting and it's a good early indicator consumer demand but it could be influenced by a variety of factors whether for example certainly not on it you know sort of not really related to underlying trend do you really think that I sit at home watching soap operas and eating Bon bons no that was a bar is it really is that really how I strike you this chart and it looks like an EKG done by killed Michael remember doctor Kildare for tomorrow yeah so in recent weeks remember looking Lauren G. H. that was an outrage all that was in color get I just say that you know what we're getting is better than expected that our people under estimating the US economy right now I think people are very worried about the outlook and I think it's very difficult for investors and frankly for monetary policy stories to assess to what extent if we face a global recession the U. S. would respond so your what's your run rate twelve months for to US real GDP I am for guessing is slow down below trend which is one point eight percent so roughly one point six but I think that you know it's very difficult to tell at this point to be fair again it's very difficult to say to what extent the US will remain insulated if global growth remains weak very good son him asking thank you so much greatly appreciate it Robert out slightly Robert is in the top like the product parkway like up you know we're like theirs yeah chickens and deer in half and then tex you've been there I've never been like you know I guess that I took my kids we biked to up to the and we saw the little red light house underneath the George Washington bridge this past weekend it was really fun it was great beautiful really made me feel like I was in the city give me a look I like who are you Robert talking about huge upward benchmark revision of personal income and wages salary data a few weeks back and it's folded into the pop and unit labor costs as well I just think again if I were Jay Powell I'd be looking at this data and thinking the way to now Zachary futures up eleven this is Bloomberg good morning get a check what's happening outside the business world we have our own Michael by Michael thank you very much Lisa that gets on the stand over the government ended more than seven hours after gunfire wounded six Philadelphia police officers the incident started when police attempted to serve a narcotics more and and a home Philadelphia police commissioner Richard Ross told reporters that he acted as negotiated with the suspect but taking cues from the hostage negotiator he's.

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"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Johnson. And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters. Elon Musk's war with Tesla's shortsellers. Just got weirder. The electric carmaker claims, a California man who it says is part of an online group of shortsellers has been stalking. Its Fremont factory and harassing employees, injuring a tesla security card. Tesla persuaded a state court judge on Friday to issue a temporary restraining order requiring the man who it claims is run deep Hodie to stay at least one hundred yards away from its factory and employees haughty didn't immediately respond yesterday to a request for comment. Bloomberg has learned French technology company does salt systems whilst to by companies in the US and has its eye on meta data solutions. Meta data is a software firm focused on clinical trials to salt is said to be discussing the potential purchase of meta data to boost its life sciences unit. A Representative for disolve declined to. Comment while meta data wasn't able to comment outside of regular business hours. We'll get a look at first quarter GDP this week. Economists surveyed by Bloomberg forecast, it will have grown at an annualized rate of two point two percent in the quarter of the same as the fourth quarter of twenty eighteen Venezuela leads Bloomberg's economic misery index for the fifth straight year. Bloomberg's Vinny Del Jude is reports Bloomberg's misery index tracks the outlook for inflation and unemployment and sixty two account Amies in Venezuela. Inflation is projected to reach eight million percent this year joining Venezuelan the most distressed Crowder Argentina and South Africa at the other end Thailand again playing the title of lease miserable economy found by Switzerland. Interesting. Poor Vinny Del Giudice, Bloomberg radio. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and ticked up on Twitter. Powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in one hundred twenty countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg..

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"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Keeping our borders safe. That has always been our principal to honor the oath of office that we take to protect and defend our country and our constitution. We can do that. Best government is opened with made that clear to the president President Trump said that US military personnel. Had deployed took a bond in response to possible violent demonstrations in the Democratic Republic of Congo after a presidential election there. An American military spokesman says an air strike in Yemen on the first of the year targeted and I'll Qaeda operative accused of involvement in the attack on the USS Cole that killed seventeen sailors US forces are attempting to confirm whether Jamal Al the Douay was killed and Barbara Kusak. And I'm John Tucker, Bloomberg world headquarters in New York. One of the biggest rallies of the bull market said equity soaring with the s&p five hundred index of the Dow Jones industrial average both climbing more than three percent. And the NASDAQ composite index gaining four point three percent after a better than expected jobs report. And also, we got sympathetic comments from Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell, it was the second time it just over week that all three major indexes breached the three percent level. Moreover for the S and P five hundred is now traded in an intraday range exceeding two percent on fifteen of the last twenty one days that is the most since two thousand eleven now more on that jobs report, America's labour-market ending the year on a high note. Let's get details from Bloomberg's Vinny Del Giudice is mid signs the economy, the be stalling December payrolls top Wall Street. Estimates advancing three hundred twelve thousand wages also picked up at the same time. The unemploy. Clement rate edged up a bit to three point nine percent. But that's because more people actively sought work the labor force participation rate rose to the highest since September twenty seventeen sixty three point one percent. Nice Bloomberg radio into the post market G shares rose it came after word that Apollo global management is talking to bankers about lining up debt to buy all or part of General Electric's jet leasing business that's considered the crown jewel of the business, and it could be worth as much as forty billion dollars. This. According to people familiar with the matter the asset managers met with lenders to secure it up thirty billion dollars in financing, and the emphasized no deal is imminent may keep the business. The unit has drawn answers from other potential buyers as well. And global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm John Tucker. You're listening to Bloomberg radio..

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"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm June Grasso with Bob moon, still to come an interview with. Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland president Loretta Mestre. And we've been told that we may be hearing from Nancy Pelosi of at the White House as she continues her meeting with President Trump first, let's get a check on the markets. Bloomberg's John Tucker and there on a convergence of good news Bob for equity investors today. Sending the major averages up over three percent over three and a half percent for the NASDAQ is up four and a half percent. Among that good news US employment growth perking up in December generating hope for the new year. Let's get more. This report from Bloomberg's Vinny Del Giudice signs. The economy could be stalling December payrolls top Wall Street. Estimates advancing three hundred twelve thousand wages also picked up at the same time. The unemployment rate edged up a bit to three point nine percent. But that's because more people actively sought work labor force participation rate rose to the highest since September twenty seventeen sixty three point one percent beneath Daryl chewed ice. Boom. Mark radio those stocks surging to session highs after Jerome Powell to the Federal Reserve policies, flexible and officials there are listening carefully to the financial markets futures had advanced overnight on news that the US and China will hold trade talks next week right now the Dow Jones industrial average up eight hundred and one points that is a rise of three and a half percent at twenty three thousand four hundred eighty nine tech shares leading the way for the overall market. The NASDAQ right now is up two hundred ninety six points on a percentage basis that is the leader right now the monkey indices it is up four point six percent at sixty seven fifty nine B S and P five hundred up eighty eight points up three point six percent at twenty five thirty six which is very every fifteen minutes during the trading day right here on Bloomberg radio. I'm John Tucker. That's a Bloomberg business flash..

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"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"George H W Bush was the first president to sign the US onto a global climate deal. A modest effort recognizing the threat of climate change and Bush oversaw changes to the nation's air pollution law. Nineteen ninety the last time congress came together in a bipartisan way to make any significant changes to the Clean Air Act. Bush spoke of the responsibility to fulfil what he called our stewardship obligations. We all know that human activities are changing the atmosphere and unexpected and in unprecedented ways his administration at times push back against what it viewed as overly custody environmental regulations. But that responsibility demands that we do it. Right. The forty first president who cut his teeth in the oil industry left with some admirers. He has an impressive legacy of environmental laws. He also signed the Oil Pollution Act of nineteen ninety which set up a system for assigning liability for oil spills in the wake of. The Exxon Valdez spill that's the Bloomberg green business report. I'm Bob moon. Thanks, bob. And most of Wednesday's major economic reports have been postponed to Thursday to to the day of national mourning for the late President Bush. Bloomberg's Vinny Del Giudice reports. The delay list includes the ADP employment report ISM, data and service industries Labor Department figures on productivity and IHS market PM. I reports they will all go out Thursday. The Federal Reserve will however issue its beige book economic survey is planned on Wednesday, two PM Wall Street time, Vinny Del Giudice, Bloomberg daybreak and checking the markets on this Tuesday morning. They are headed lower with s and p futures down nine points or third percent. Dow futures down by one hundred fourteen or four tenths of a percent. Nasdaq futures are a half percent lower thirty five points decline. The price of the ten years up four thirty seconds. The yield at two point nine five percent two year. Treasuries at two point eight one. Percent and checking oil prices this morning. Nymex crude is up two point one percent or a dollar thirteen fifty four dollars and eight cents a barrel. You're listening to Bloomberg daybreak. You deliver. Baseball, caps, myths and everything you need for the game. But what you really get his so much more fed ex delivery game day spirit. What we deliver by delivering sarcoma. Odds are you've never heard that word before for the forty people diagnosed with sarcoma everyday, it is a life changing word because his cancer awareness, advocacy, and research, the sarcoma foundation of America is bringing hope to the families whose lives have been turned upside down by a cancer. They've never heard of until diagnosis, please join some to find the cure for sarcoma. For more information on the work of the sarcoma foundation of America. Go to cure, sarcoma dot org. Ever wonder why weddings is so expensive? Why Brexit was really all about China? Did you know that an economics professor uses Broadway musicals to illustrate his lectures, the Bloomberg benchmark podcast is.

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"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It's five thirty on, Wall Street, good morning I'm Karen Moskow I'm Nathan. Hager and we are just about four hours away from the opening of US trading let's get you. Up to date on the. News you need to know at this hour US futures are lower ahead of. The July jobs report economists forecast, the economy added one hundred, ninety three thousand jobs in July Bloomberg's Vinny Del Giudice reports the economy's added more than One million jobs since the start. Of the year the employment rate dipped this lowest three, point eight percent back in may with. Today's report wage growth will be the key for bond traders keeping score and inflation it's yet to reach the high seen earlier in the century treasury market reaction to the date of late tended to be fleeting in may average hourly earnings rose just. Point two. Percent, from month. Earlier. Two point seven percent year over. Year beneath del Giudice Bloomberg daybreak. Thanks Vinnie the report comes out at eight thirty AM Wall Street time we will, break it down live with Jim Glassman. J. p. Morgan Chase and m KM holdings chief economist Michael. Darva pound. Is weakening after. A BBC interview with Bank of England governor Mark Carney he says the chance of the UK. Leaving the European Union without a deal is uncomfortably. High China's currency is heading for an. Eighth weekly decline that is the longest run since, the start of the country's modern foreign exchange rate regime in nineteen Ninety-four meanwhile. Commerce secretary Wilbur Ross they no there's more pain ahead Unless. China changes, its economic system he spoke with Fox News. The president now feels that it's potentially time to put more pressure on. Meanwhile China is saying once again that it will never surrender to US trade threats Berkshire Hathaway and Kraft, Heinz lead nine companies in the s. and p. five. Hundred reporting earnings today so far about eighty five, percent of SNP members have beat analysts estimates. Royal Bank. Of Scotland. Shares are up more than two percent the lender is laid. Out a plan to resume paying dividends a decade after its government bailout Toyota Motor reported first. Quarter profit. That topped estimates the Japanese carmaker was helped by expense reductions and rising, sales in Asia. Now let's, get you up to date on how stocks are faring we check the markets every. Fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg s&p. Futures that'll change this morning down points Dow futures down nine NASDAQ futures up to a Dax in Germany's. Up, six, tenths percent the. CAC, in, Paris is up three Tenths percent the Footsie-100 up half percent ten, year treasury up one thirty-second yield two, point nine eight percent yield on the two year two. Point six five percents NYMEX crude oil up a tenth of upper center. Five, cents at sixty nine o one a barrel COMEX gold is. Down a third of a percent on four dollars twenty cents at twelve fifteen ninety. An ounce the euro dollar fifteen. Eighty and the yen one eleven point seven two and straight ahead we have the latest. World and national news this is Bloomberg Thanks Karen five thirty three is. The time on Wall. Street let's bring in Michael. Barr with more what's going on around the world Michael thank. You, very much Nathan President Trump spoke to a packed rally and books Barre Pennsylvania last night campaigning for Republican. Candidates and discussing new health plans Trump told supporters that he is slowly getting, rid of the Affordable Care, Act with better options association health plans are giving us at allowing Americans to..

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"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The aussie dollar under some pressure hey off by almost half of one percent offer a softer than expected inflation imprint when it comes to a treasury yields they are rising this morning the 10year trading at two point seven three seven percent higher by three basis points were also seeing european healed solve the front foot with the bungee he of that spot seven one percent just some breaking news on the bloomberg is well we we're hearing from the indian finance minister earlier this morning india has set its fullyear 2019 gross market borrowing at six point zero six trillion rupees now onto our top stories the latest monetary policy signals from washington suggest the federal reserve is getting ready to pull the trigger on another rate hike bloomberg's vinny del jude ice reports the fed's policy statement placed emphasis on plants for further tightening perhaps as early as the next meeting in march that's where the new fed chair veteran central banker drawn powell will be at the head of the table for the first time following the departure of jerry heroin for the time being fed officials voted to standpat following december's rate hike just the same acknowledge stronger growth is what was confidence inflation will hit the two percent target vinny del jude ice bloomberg daybreak europe a top corporate news this morning pay pow plunged in extended trading off to eat base said it's shifting its payments business from its longtime partner to the dutch company ign ebay says it won't lower processing costs four merchants and more choice for buys although pay powell will remain a check out option until at least twenty twenty three papoutsis operated from ebay in 2015 to concentrate on expanding its electronics transactions business without being shackled to the slow growing online marketplace and papousek cfo john rainey jones said bloomberg at five p m uk time today latin america is paying off spain's banks bbva has written a surge in earnings from mexico to report a surprise profit in the fourth quarter net income came in at seventy million euros compared to estimates of a loss of more than one hundred and forty million it comes just a day after large arrive santanda reported a jump in earnings at its brazil unit at in.

"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Chase wells fargo black rock 'n pnc financial all before the opening bell investors will also be watching a couple of key economic reports retail sales are forecast to have climbed a half a percent in december and economists say the us consumer price index probably rose one tenth of a percent last month we get a preview from bloomberg's vinny del jude ice in november the cpi rose point four percent the fifth consecutive increase even so inflation remains below the federal reserve's target bloomberg economics us faster economic growth may not translate into firmer inflation until late this year or early next data thursday showed wholesale prices fell in december for the first time in more than a year vinny del jude ice bloomberg daybreak thank you vinnie facebook has unveiled major changes to the social network that it says made me people will spend less time on on site users lose weeds will be shifted back towards posts from friends and family and away from businesses and media outlets the stock is down two point seven percent this morning here's of amd are down almost three percent this morning the chipmaker says recently disclosed security issues plaguing intel also put its microprocessors at risk as a turnaround from earlier assurances about its computer chips shares of britain's gkn are up more than twenty five percent the company which is a key supplier to airbus has rejected unsolicited takeover bid from investment firm millrose industries here's a puma are down seven percent francis carrying israeli crushing control of the germans sporting goods company after about a decade so that it can focus more luxury goods brands like gucci and bitcoin has studied after four days of losses still is on track for its worst weekly laws in two years right now bitcoin trading.

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"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Spain and company say luxury purchases climbed by five percent globally this year but that's only a fraction of the forty percent burst in top earners net worth tracked by the federal reserve in recent years home prices also reached alltime highs in 2017 not just for the wealthy but in hot markets like seattle in san francisco most homebuyers do rank among the highest income brackets i'm jan johnson speaking of which no one match dole six numbers powerball drawing last night so no three hundred eighty four milliondollar winner it rolls over wednesday to a four hundred forty million dollars jackpot night biggest powerful jackpot ever i'm christopher cruise and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters international monetary fund director christine lagarde says the global economy has returned to a precrisis level and is stronger than it was back in two thousand eight lagarde was speaking in an interview with french newspaper jdd she says the us has reached its growth potential of about two percent but could increase further with productivity gains back in october the imf raised its forecast for global economic growth to three point six percent in 2017 and three point seven percent in 2018 the us labor market is charging into the new year hat full steam bloomberg's vinny del jude ice reports the government issues which monthly employment report on friday economists are forecasting the economy avid jobs in december though probably shy of november's gain of two hundred twenty one thousand unemployment meantime is at the seventeen year low in job openings are at records a winning combination for 2018 vinny del jude ice bloomberg radio deutsche bank ceo john clien may be running out of time the sunday telegraph of the uk reports cry and has been told by some investors that another set of disappointing financial results could lead to a management shakeup back in october people familiar with the matter said clien was losing the support of some investors for his latest turnaround plan china's official factorygate held up this month signalling efforts to cut both pollution and debt risk.

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"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now 40 percent contained but new evacuation orders have been announced for thousands of people in santa barbara county meteorologist ivan cabrera says it's going to be a while before the wildfire is fully under control we're going to go beyond fourteen beyond two weeks unlikely get into january before we get full containment they're expecting january seven to be right around the day or get that full containment treasury secretary steve mnuchin says the republican tax bill will increase taxes on the wealthy hightax states make up a big part of the economy so even lowering the topright from thirty nine six to thirty seven in the high tax states actually rich people taxes will be going up and the reason why we lowered the top rate is because we are sensitive to that's a very large part of the economy nutrient on cnn moments ago a vote on the bill is expected this week republicans think they have enough to pass it almost straight party line vote i'm christopher cruise and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters the world's biggest exchanges joining the bitcoin revolution bitcoin futures start trading tonight at cme groups venue this a week after chicago rival cbo global markets introduced similar derivatives on bitcoin see amis version could make a bigger splash because the company is a much bigger player in futures advance cbo handling about fifty five times more volume during the first nine months of 2017 that according to the futures industry association striking workers idled israel's international airport government offices banks and stock market they're trying to mitigate have a pharmaceutical industry's turnaround plan which includes firing twenty five percent of the drugmakers local employees federal reserve officials foresee three interest rate increases in the new year bloomberg's the need lg ice reports trading in federal funds futures point to an eighty eight percent probability the federal mex pull the trigger at its june policy meeting while the odds were rate hike at next month session or close to zero projections for march and mayor running at seventy six and seventy seven percent on wednesday fed officials followed through on an expected quarterpoint increase race for gdp estimates in signal three rate hikes in 2018 vinny del jude ice willberg radio us spacex capsule has returned to the international space station.

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"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A barrel crack been discovered in one of the world's most important pipelines the pipeline in the north sea will be closed for about two weeks and checking brent crude right now it's up nine tenths percent at sixty five dollars 26 cents a barrel the federal reserve begins its final policy meeting of the year economists predict the two day meeting will conclude with a quarter point rate hike at eight thirty a m wall street time the labor department issues the producer price index economists' forecast the ppi rose threetenths of a percent in november boomers vinny del jude ice has more bloomberg economics as commodity prices have crept prior since hitting bottom in 2015 that could change though was there are signs of moderation outside of material shortages blamed on the hurricanes in october the ppi rose point four percent the most since april look for more inflation data wednesday the consumer price index vinny del jude ice bloomberg daybreak thank you vinnie in the uk inflation unexpectedly accelerated to the highest rate in more than five and a half years in november forcing bank of england governor more kearney to explain why price growth is so far above target consumer prices rose three point one percent from a year earlier while disney may announce a deal as soon as this week to acquire a large piece of 21st century fox that's according to a person familiar with the matter comcast the other major contender for the fox asset says it's no longer in the running there's a big takeover in the shopping mall business europe's largest commercial landlord in a bill rodamco has agreed to by australia's westfield for 15 20 billion dollars westfield owns and operates 35 malls in the us and uk as the biggest tech acquisition in europe this year france is autos has agreed to buy jamal for a little more than five billion dollars in cash that would create a european leader in cybersecurity digital technologies and payment services boeing shares are up more than one.

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"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A two one win over the stars in dallas the first major league team in las vegas history plays its first home game tuesday i'm rich johnson and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters if you're angling to be the next chief of the federal reserve or if that governor make sure you put this on your resume rules i made to be broken or more accurately rolled back three people familiar with the process say the white house team leading the search for the next generation of federal reserve leaders is seeking contenders willing to roll back financial regulations but the officials say the successful candidates will also have experience in monetary policy and the consensus building skills to r run a large organization september's employment report was a mixed bag and sent conflicting signals about the labour market in the aftermath of hurricanes harvey and erma bloomberg's vinny del jude ice reports economists say the data will probably bounce around for a couple more months in september the us lost thirty three thousand jobs the first decline since twenty tend to the storms away from the hurricanes zones the labor market is a pretty good shape unemployment is it a sixteen year low four point two percent average hourly earnings rose are larger than forecast point five percent we consumers here in the us increased arab borrowing in august at a slower pace of four point two percent still an increase but a slowdown from the debt rising at nearly seven percent for the past three years general electric's new ceo john flannery is giving the company a management makeover as he seeks to reverse its deep stock plunge this year general electric is the worst performer in the dow jones industrial average down twenty two point eight percent chief financial officer jeffrey bornstein has leave thing adding to an exodus of top executives that began shortly after flannery won the top job more than three months ago jamie miller ceo of g e transportation has been named the new c f o two other longtime company veterans and g e vicechairs beth comstock and john rice are retiring from general electric global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm susanna palmer this is bloomberg this is bloomberg business week with carol massar and julia chatterly from.

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"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The bill to the floor next week global news powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries let's check the latest business headlines banks nathan it is oh fish oil the federal reserve will start trimming its four point five trillion dollar balance sheet and with more here's bloomberg's vinny del jude ice the news follows the fed's twoday policy meeting it's effective next month the central bank built up the balance sheet buying bonds and other securities to cushion the economy again the fallout from the financial crisis the fed decided to leave its benchmark interest rate unchanged in a range between one percent and one point two five percent officials did however signal one more rate hike this year freaked he you'd expert radio as for the equity market backdrop alan sinai is the president and ceo of decision economics he was our guest on dave break asia really strong equitable market's going to go on for more years corrections interruptions for things but it is an extraordinary were in the ninth year old market a terrific and debris caja gets underway about twenty nine minutes from now apple ceo tim cooke was among the global political and business leaders taking part in the bloomberg global business form today where he discussed cooperation and values my view is always been the people should have values companies are nothing more than a collection of people and so by extension all companies should have values and so is ceo i think one of your primary responsibilities is to deflect with the values of your.

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"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Dollars eight thirty this morning wall street time we'll get the latest us data on inflation when the labor department issues the consumer price index economist forecast an increase of threetenths of a percent in august that would be the most since january bloomberg's vinny del jude ice reports economists at bloomberg intelligence eight hurricane harvey could have an impact entities data the storm crippled gulf of mexico refineries bloomberg economists estimate adjusted gasoline prices rose by five percent in august looking beyond energy inflation for the most part is for maintain that's confounded the federal reserve which has been gradually lifting interest rates in july the cpi rose point one percent the in crease in three eight months let me tell jude ice bloomberg daybreak thanks vinnie in china the pace of economic expansion unexpectedly cooled last month factory outlive retail sales and fixed assessment are fixed asset investment all lagged expectations 'em in the middle east saudi arabia is preparing contingency plans for a possible delay of its state owned oil openings initial public offering that's according to people familiar with the matter who say the saudi aramco ipo may get pushed to 2019 and futures this morning little changed to lower s p futures down one and a half points dow futures down four nasdaq futures down five and a half the 10year treasury that'll change fell two point one eight percent and nymex crude oil oil higher up half percent at forty nine dollars fifty four cents a barrel straight ahead we have the latest world and national news this is a bloomberg thank you hear now five thirty three on wall street word of the tentative dreamer deal emphasis on the if the latest now from bloomberg john tucker good morning good morning bob congressional democratic leaders say they have reached a tentative agreement with president trump too quickly advanced legislation to.

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"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Beat projections the government releases its monthly employment report tomorrow nambele latest data on jobless claims suggests the labor market remains steady and with more here's bloomberg's vinny del jude ice sustained demand for workers highlighted by record job openings is pushing down unemployment the labor department reports jobless claims last week were little changed at two hundred thirty six thousand at close to a decadelow looking ahead to friday's report payroll gains top wall street forecasts and five for the past seven months that puts the 2017 average increased one hundred eighty four thousand almost on par with last year's then he cow jude ice bloomberg radio and reaction from michael gaping chief us economist at barclays capital labour markets are are very healthy the claims data have been very consistent the income and spending numbers in line with expectations household consumption looks looks fine the real open question as we debated many times as if and when does this materialize and into stronger inflation or are we stuck in kind of a one and a half percent inflation environment that makes the feds job a little tougher going on spotify is parting ways with tom called around the head of original video and podcasts after the music streaming companies initial round of programmes failed to catch on with audiences stocks advanced nasdaq is at a record up sixty points to sixty four 28 higher by one percent sp up fourteen up six tenths of one percent the dow higher by fifty five points up three tenths of one percent i'm charlie pellett that's a bloomberg business flash bloomberg best withdrew rosso continues you're listening to bloomberg best on bloomberg radio i'm jim bo saddle president trump's focus on tax reform has put healthcare policy on the back burner but that's not stopping one health insurer from expanding its obamacare offerings as sent team continues de move into areas left behind by its rivals bloomberg's tom keene and david gura spoke with.

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"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Our next top story then as well as we continue let's stick with the fed federal reserve bank of new york president william dudley cautioned that quote it's going to take some time for inflation to rise to the same banks two percent target that's even as he offers a generally positive outlook for the us economy job market and price pressures he spoke at a press briefing in new york yesterday look hasn't changed we can tear anticipate continued moderate growth trend with some further strengthen me in the labor market which we think will push inflation over the medium term back towards our objective of two percent dudley's language compares with the fomc postmeeting statement last month which said inflation was expected to stabilise around the committee's two percent objective advocate mediumterm meanwhile the us labor department is sheduled to release its july us consumer prices report at one thirty london time today economists survey by bloomberg predict they slow mike reiss in july indicating modest inflation bloomberg's vinny del judas reports today's report tracks the cost of living inflation has been taking even longer to reach the federal reserve's target in june the cpi was unchanged after falling point one percent in may bloomberg intelligence says one cpi component core goods prices remains in outright deflation other reports tell us similar story wholesale prices dropped in july for the first time in almost a year vinny del jude ice bloomberg daybreak for all the talk that johnny annan's plan to shrink to federal reserve's balance sheet will hurt treasuries us mortgage bonds face a dig at tasks spinning that data show the securities are already lagging behind treasuries for the first time since two thousand eleven investors are.

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"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"vinny del" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Gap in goods and services vinny del jude ice bloomberg daybreak thanks vinnie according to a person familiar with the matter softbank plans to make a direct bed to buy charter communications that's after charter rejected an offer to merge with sprint which is controlled by some thank and sources of labour chinese authorities arrest on banged the insurer whose chairman was detained last month to sell its overseas assets and bring the seats back to china the company which owns the iconic waldorfastoria hotel in new york's is it currently has no plans to sell its foreign assets pakistan's battered a stock market is showing early signs of a recovery as local investors awaiting clarity on the fate of prime minister nawaz sharif take comfort from indications of policy continuity it kse one hundred stock index closed the day up one point four percent after the government said it will complete its fiveyear term ending in 2018 and endorsed the nomination of sharif's brother as the new prime minister at a unit what are the largest private us companies has eta the crude trader in singapore to try to capitalize on demand for american supplies of the world's biggest oil market a division of coq industries has moved raphael zeller it to the regional oil trading hub to focus on the floor of us cargos to asia and futures this morning are little changed to higher s and p futures though gaining strength of three and a half points right now dow futures also adding to their gains of fifty four and nasdaq futures up thirteen now and as straight ahead we have the latest world and national news and this is bloomberg that is now thirty three of wall street your news from around the world this morning good morning michael barr good morning judd russian president vladimir putin says he hopes they will not be you'd need for further retaliation against washington after his government order b u s two 755 tap members at its diplomatic missions with russia putin nonstate tv says we waited for rather a long time beijing that things might improve the moves of jelly asian for the us congress measure to impose sanctions against russia for alleged interference with the 2016 presidential election russians deputy foreign minister sergei ryabchikov told abc's this week here's his message for the.

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