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"zuzana chiampou tova" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"He begs me. Good morning in Turkey, president urged ones. This alliance has lost control of now, the key cities in Venus up election. Plus the opposition is pulled ahead in a close race in the country's largest city. Istanbul Turkey has been hurt by a recession and Erdman's. Critics accuse him all fronting an increasingly authoritarian system. A pro European Union anti corruption has won a landslide victory in Slovakia's presidential election, making her the country's first female head of state. Bloomberg's Michael Winfrey says this is a blow to nationalist down to reshape how the block works as right wing leaders from Poland to Italy or mounting an uprising against further integration before the EU holds parliamentary elections in may the victory of Zuzana chiampou Tova signaled at least in this small your area country, both strong support for the blocks liberal democratic values and anger against. Established parties in practice. Michael winfrey. Bloomberg daybreak Europe in Ukraine TV comedian Vladimir Zielinski will face a runoff against the accumbens leader, petro Poro shaneco this month. Bloomberg's Darena crushed Nolet. Scott reports the forty year old Kumyk with no political experience was backed by thirty point six percent of waters compared with seventeen point eight percents percent in the first round exit. Polls showed risky who plays a fictional. President on TV has successfully taken his rivals over the nation's endemic corruption in cave. Bloomberg daybreak Europe and New Zealand's. John Cinderella innocent China looking to bolster ties after a series of incidents that cost out on the strength of the country's economic partnership. Bloomberg's Karen Lee has more. She was welcomed by Chinese Premier Li ka Chiang in Beijing and a scheduled to meet with president Xi Jinping later today. This is first visit as prime minister to China New Zealand's, miss important trading partner and comes as the South Pacific nation pushes to upgrade its free trade agreement something she's expected to raise during the trip. In Hong Kong. Karen Lee, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Global news twenty four hours a day on Erin took on Twitter by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and. Enlist symbol, the one hundred and twenty countries. I'm Dan Karen's. This is Bloomberg Anna Edwards. Thank you very much now with the morning sports update. His William as Liverpool Viacom on top of the Premier League there. Two points. Clear of Manchester City after two one victory over Tottenham yesterday. The winner Kim after to Oliver turn the ball into his own net. Never pull monitor your club says.
"zuzana chiampou tova" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bring you all the news. You need to know this morning, including the Saudi Aramco rating, and I just want to quickly mention we got a hot headline a couple of minutes ago saying that they had a net income Saudi Aramco did of one hundred eleven point one billion dollars in two thousand eighteen this from Moody's as the ratings agencies come out to show their tissue to show their ratings really Fitch gave them an a plus rating for the international bond debut. So we're going to be giving you all of those stories. Plus, of course, all the gory. Details going on in the Brexit saga this morning. I want to check the markets as we see a boost from Chinese data really helping Asian markets to rise equity. I should point out to rise across the board. So the topic's in Japan up one and a half percent. The Nikkei up one third percent. Of course, the hope is that with China coming back to growth in a certain sense. And I'm talking to the data here. Going back to an expansion then you'll see the global growth picture kind of picking up a little bit as well as China is seen as one of the engines of global growth, the three hundred the mainland index in China currently up two and a half percent so mainland stocks doing very well. In the hang sang is up one point six percent as far as futures go as we prepare for the European open this morning. We're looking at games there as well. Footsie futures up about a third of one percent right now. Dax futures up nine tenths of one percent is the Chinese story is arguably more important for a lot of. A lot of German manufacturers, including of course, the car makers US futures are also showing gains this morning decent games. One percent on NASDAQ many contracts and two thirds of percent for down s and p minis so futures looking to point to pointing to a positive open this morning as far as what we're looking at in terms of yield. Remember we fell in the ten year last week. I was on vacation. But I was still watching two point three four percent. I believe was the low that we hit a fifteen month low on US tenure yield right now we're back up from that a little bit at two point four three percent. Two point four three one six I'll go at five significant digits in case, Tom Keene is listening already this morning. And we have in terms of currencies. One hundred eleven yen is what you can buy for a US dollar right now. A euro cost one twelve thirty five and a pound is going for one thirty forty six. We'll continue to cover. For these markets for you. We check the data every fifteen minutes. Let's get your top stories, though, this morning and sentiment. At Asia's factories has to be the first one we read to you stabilized in March as China's economy rebounded. Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis reports. From Hong Kong China's official PM I jumped to fifty point five from forty nine point to the prior month. That was the biggest increase since two thousand twelve the separate Cy sheen index reflecting private industry rose to fifty point eight now other factory readings in Japan and South Korea rose as well, but they remained below fifty signaling contraction and other cautionary notes as well. Japan's Tungkang tumbled the most in six years and South Korea's exports fell for a fourth consecutive month. Even so stock soared throughout the region Kong. I'm Bryan Curtis. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Meanwhile, debate day for Chinese bonds today, the first is the first day that government and policy banknotes are included in. In the Bloomberg Barclays global aggregate index course, you can get those data on the Bloomberg terminal. Bloomberg John Chen calls the China bond inclusion and important seal of approval that could have an impact on the country's currency. So CitiGroup says that China will see about one hundred billion to one thirteen billion dollars of inflows in this year. And that's going to offset the cats are also from China, and that's going to support the longer term. And it's important for us to note, Bloomberg LP the parent of Bloomberg radio does own the Bloomberg's bark Bloomberg Bloomberg. Barclays branded bond indexes, which is of course, one of the reasons we can bring you that data on the terminal we bring you so much. Let's cross over to Singapore now or Wes Goodman from the markets live team joins us Wes as far as the China data that we're discussing we see the rebound in manufacturing really helping stocks out especially in the mainland. Why does it come at a bad time for bonds? Hey, Matt welcome back morning because as you said stocks arising throughout the region, especially in China, the sort of corollary to that is that bonds are falling as people seek riskier assets less demand for haven. It all today's day as you mentioned that Bloomberg begins out in China bonds to its benchmark dead index. So too big day for China bonds. They're really taking their place on the world stage. There's this whole group of international investors who will be buying bonds in order to match the index for the moment. They're buying into a falling market. So comes a kind of inconvenient time. Let's get. Let's stick with fixed income and move over the US treasury yield curve inversion is coming undone. Why do you say it probably won't happen again? All right. Remember, the inversion took place last week amid all this talk about the US heading into a recession. And I think the evidence shows that those fears may be be overblown be overdone. You know, as you said, we had this big rebound in China manufacturing. That's bullish sign for the global economy. We have the US jobs report coming up on Friday, and that will probably be pretty good. So, you know, the inversions already coming on, Don. And you know, I think it's likely the curve may steepen a bit from here. All right. Well, thanks very much for joining us for real time market, commentary and analysis. Check out markets live blog is M L I Vigo on your Bloomberg terminal. Let's get back to the data here in Europe. A slew of economic data out this morning, including manufacturing readings from the UK France and Germany as well as euro area, unemployment and CPI inflation David Powell from the Bloomberg economics team has a preview. Parka? Participants will be taking a close look to see if the economic slowdown has had a negative impact on price increases can fourth that they'll be looking at the core measure as well as services inflation, which provides the best Weeden domestically-generated inflation in the initial report they've both held up well, so far but any negative developments. There would put into question the CB's ability to tighten monetary policy next year in London. I'm David Powell Bloomberg economics. Are turning to the all important Brexit saga. UK? Lawmakers are going to seize control of parliamentary proceedings for a second session today. The aim is to scrap Theresa May's Brexit plan which has been rejected three times in a row for one that they can actually support Bloomberg's Alex Morales reports. The house of Commons is likely to debate options, including a customs union to single market a combination of both and holding a confirmatory referendum pitching any plan against staying in the European Union. The aims to secure a majority for the way food off lawmakers debated and rejected eight proposals last week after the MP's also rejected May's deal for third toiling last week. Ooh. Unpalatable for the prime minister. They included no deal departure, which government analysis indicates would be economically damaging a lengthy delay, which would require UK participation in EU elections and the softer Brexit. That's unpalatable to the bulk of the premier's conservative party absent any decision Brittany sent to crush out to the block on April the twelfth inland. Alex Morales Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And in Turkey, president air John has claimed a decisive victory for his ruling party in local elections that have been viewed as a crucial test of his leadership as Bloomberg on explains. Early results point two wins for the opposition in Istanbul and Ankara, the ruling party has claimed victory for techies commercial hub as has the main opposition party, which leaves the fight for Istanbul up in the air. It could take weeks for an official result. Overall, president Adwan's party led alliance had fifty one point seven percent of the national votes, signaling. That it managed to largely standards ground in the race. That was a test of address popularity in Istanbul. Symantec McCann, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And in top corporate news Saudi Aramco is the most profitable company on earth. According to an extract from the firms account published by Fitch it easily surpassed US behemoths, apple and Exxon Mobil last year, Aramco generated earnings before interest taxes and depreciation of two hundred twenty four billion dollars net income as we told you the top of the show was one hundred eleven point one billion Fitch rate of the Saudi oil giant as a plus ahead of its international bond market debut. Let's get back over to leeann guarantees for your world's national news headlines. Lianne good morning. Good morning. Welcome back in Ukraine. TV? Comedian Volta me is the landscape will face a runoff against the incumbent leader petro. Pora shaneco this month. Bloomberg's Darena crushed Scott. Reports it forty five year old Kumyk with no political experience was backed by thirty point six percent. A waters compared with seventeen point eight percents. In the first round exit. Polls showed linski who plays a fictional. President on TV has successfully taken his rivals over the nation's endemic corruption in caved. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. At pro European Union anti corruption law has won a landslide victory in Slovakia's presidential election, making her the country's first female head of state. Michael winfrey. Says this is a blow to nationalist who vowed to reshape how the Bronx works his right wing leaders from Poland to Italy or mounting an uprising against further integration for the EU holds parliamentary elections in may the victory of Zuzana chiampou Tova signaled at least in this small your area country, both strong support for the blocks liberal democratic values and anger against established parties in his father, Michael Winfrey. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. New Zealand's Johnson innocent China looking to bolster ties after a series of incidents icon style on the strength of the country's economic partnership. Bloomberg's Karen Lee has more. She was welcomed by Chinese Premier Li ka ching. Beijing and is scheduled to meet with president Xi Jinping later today. This is the first visit as prime minister to China New Zealand's, most important trading partner and comes as the South Pacific nation pushes to upgrade its free trade agreement something she's expected to raise during the trip. In Hong Kong. Karen Lee, Bloomberg daybreak Europe and Japan has announced a new imperial area era tomorrow in the imminent coronation of Crown Prince Naruhito, he will succeed his father Akito on may the first at the start of the Ray wa which means order, peace, and harmony era names are how Japan defines its history the country's county in the final weeks of. Hey, say which can be translated as achieving peace twenty thousand nineteen is county the thirty first year of hey, say global news twenty four hours a day on errant tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven.