>> welcome to countdown. it is 6:00 here. it should be hot footed. >> we have the economy coming around and the estimate was for 12.3. , in terms ofwn and percentage, it rose and it was on a constant basis and this is what they confirmed for 2016. of course they are trying to balance the scale and there are lung cancer drugs we want to write down. sales and theical diagnostic side of the business said the first quarter came in
drop innow kuwait has a production and will caught the with emergingate s&p'ss so far and the rally. again, the question about the oil commodities and the foreign exchange plays into the equity stories. bit furtherittle and it did not fall off a egg cliff. this is where we are. we are below 40 and we saw oil prices with a kuwait story putting a floor under the things. is the longest losing streak.
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mark carney will step in with a referendumport if a leads to the exits. round withe a fresh a parliamentary committee later. in 150 newseveryday bureaus. terminal news. >> thanks for that. our man standing by. we have more comments from the fed. how does it translate? >> looks better than yesterday. good morning. andre following crude
moderate growth and it could complicate things when the economy shifts away from mining. the market outlook for interest rates is dovish. >> the economy is fundamentally ratesand we will have the that would make sense. added theing member increases would risk inflation. this is our guest, the economist. say theyoting and they
want to draw the dots and reset a tone. and the market does not believe that. >> the market signals a rate hike and another one later in the year that is important to and thisn the economy is what they are pointing to. andrates will be moving up the fed does not want to see the accommodative monetary policy. dovish.re the spectrum.s of
>> we do not think the rates will rise and we see a chance of a rate cut. expansion in the business cycle is very mature and we're seeing signs of expensive andh is over the last few years, it is clear, with consumer spending. were 95ast cycles this innd you can put context of inflation. inflation and the inflation.faces
>> absolutely. inflation forthe why the federal reserve needs to health care costs as a we think factors fade year progresses with earnings staying sub dude. gloomy and sales cars being sold are economy infor the recent years. not think it continues and we have seen it rising as a source of growth. and we doty strong
the dollar has had a nice drift lower. does the trend continue? >> the outlooks are evidence with speaker comments recently across the board and they points to concerns of china and instability in the markets with some better data and china and we do not think this is a main support for the economy and it is clearly down to do mastic factors and what is happening. we see the momentum will fade and the dollar was a source of concern. >> we see that on the chart. >> that will give confidence and the u.s. is not export-driven.
and --own to consumer investment. >> thank you. >> let's get you set up for the day ahead. >> we have a meeting later in the week and we will get the euro area at 9:00 today. >> there is a snapshot of the season and the earnings rolls on with goldman sachs publishing first-quarter numbers. about clinton facing sanders and donald trump ted cruzoff against and john kasich. >> we will dig into estimates beating numbers.
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back on then is banks and they are beating incomes estimates with trading shrinking. morning and take us through the numbers. >> we are starting with fixed income with the worst quarter since taking over in 2010 and we look at return with profitability and it dropped from a year earlier and the level was called unacceptable and he said he was standing by the target. tradings a drop in revenue that was smaller than some six acted and profit fell
in the first quarter with this being a beats and what was done cost-cutting to compensate and they cut compensation and that was a big surprise in the earnings. about cost-cutting expects to follow stoppingthey are not -- starting of what we have been hearing is that the company is beginning to dismiss a support staff and unlessng entertainment,
it serves. and saves compensation. whether they offset and analysts are estimating that the .xpenses may be the lowest >> thank you for joining us. themes has been cost-cutting in the sector and the other has been exposure with commodities space and this is where we thought we would see the banks differentiate andselves in that sector how do you see the default rates developing with the rest of the
economy? issue forn astitutions and we have seen lot of pressure from the kleins theil prices and interesting thing is when the is prices rise and our view that this will be quite typical and they are no longer there. is going to be the likely they'll in the coffin for many. >> we have the highest levels thee 2009 and this is energy sector.
36 lenders have pulled back oil companies and you have a cautious federal reserve and earnings under pressure and you now have a real accelerator of lending to the system and that backdrop is inauspicious. >> not very auspicious and we think there are implications and we look at oil production and it peak and aith a -- t of a decline where >> we are looking for 1% growth the consumers, we think, are pulling back.
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>> thank you. here.check the markets >> i start with the oil and it withar 40 dollars a barrel after,ipping yesterday of course, the failed talks with this unchanged after a strike in the fourtht biggest producer. we'll look at other markets and highest levels and it is interesting to be doing that, despite comments. we have to look at the korean won.
and it wasate change the best move among the currencies today with the yen getting weaker against the dollar and the context behind slid with thist and it has been a source of slump in exports and it isrength interesting to keep an eye on this going forward and they jumped the most in a month -- in a month. >> thank you. let's talk about china. inhave the issues of debt
realize is thes and there areed positive signs. and there is a new part of the isnomy service sector and it a fair pace. story, theyverage are standing by for us. it is good to have you on the program with the corporate bond yields taking on debt and servicing debt. >> good morning. the chinese government has been
non-financial companies and sectors face more failures with oil, gas, and coal companies. have defaults in the commodity sector? see this likely to fail material a building it will beow and followed. >> thank you so much for the details behind the corporate stories. we were just touching on this. at the risk from economic point of view, put it
you think they have that about right? they have the answer to the question, it seems. >> transitions are difficult and they make it. they make sure it slows to overcapacity issues and i think they have a good commitment to andgrowth around that level some policies are delivering results. but thank you.
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global bond markets. strategys the credit and we are joined now. what a story. this is the size and scope of the number. this is a lot for the emerging markets. there is the key thing of economic and financial security given in the short-term and the returns to the bond markets and a reflection for the underlying there aree yield and the two group and it hits a sweet spot and hopefully shores of the macro
financials. percent.a yield of 7.5 what is the yield with ratings? >> this will give you the whole list. >> you say this is the >> a rating agency came out and, if you take this and put it into the. group, as far as the pricing is concerned, there are questions out there on the piece of paper maturityuestion is the and on the bond. the latest one is 2014.
there are memories of default. >> he spoke to investors who heart. was warming the there will be appetites at the yield. >> some of us are still around and -- >> you channeled the default. the pricing is attractive and people clamor for it. the question is the long-term conviction. republic has and 90.
>> are you going to read all this >> intimate -- it depends on how strapped for time we are. >> we have that story around argentina. >> they said the monetary fund must remain. doubts onls expressed a surplus target. >> we need them on board with the part of the deal that was set last year and they are really convinced they cannot and must not do. >> speaking of this, the of theed membership
european union. >> on do not want this and we need a nutty kingdom this is what we are supporting. now on thisd issue. how is it best to prepare oneself? >> they are asking about the broader implications. aftermath, the bank of england is helpful. there are signs that investment is slowing and business
decisions are delayed ahead of the vote and they flagged the volatility in the event of the vote on the 23rd. and it isa votes fairly logical. what if we wake up and we votes to leave the european union with cutting interest rates and and we votes some for this, what is the risk we go to the negative rates? it is hypothetical. and does this take us closer to negative? >> probably. know and another thing
to remember is that we are in the european union and it is likely to come through the uncertainty. >> if you listen, they will kill. >> and may have been. >> hopefully, it was metaphorical and it is clear that businesses are holding back and spirits are getting dampened ahead of the votes and it may be a case of animal spirits staying subdued and the economy could stayand the bank would slowed and, if inflation stays low, that is something monetary policy members talk about.
>> you talk about the negative rates and the things on the agenda with not much expectation to see a change in the interest rates and we did another survey and most economists are looking to september for big action. moveshink that the big were made last month and we will look for interesting comments and what the broader implications would be leaving the european union and there may be details of the corporate bonds and how much will go in. i am not sure that what they have done will bring inflation back to target and we think they will need to do more and september will be when it is happening.
>> you are welcome. let's get to the corporate delivery and think about forness with this estimate 6.2 billion and it was below with adjusted operating profits blissful hundred 80 million pounds. thisuch sterling and week plays in will go forward and this is the first part -- first sales and it gets more than half from the business outside with a tough line and the dividend and
through the morning with futures center ice and some corporate's doing better and he votes on the federal market committee. oil has a kind of floor. moves andcouple of the question is what happens up the tradingis in and we started back with is theion down and it emerging markets going higher and funding and floor. zealand is in the new dollar is rocking. speed.you up to
good day. >> they say the policy is andopriate and the meaning they reaffirms they'd complicated a rebalancing away from mining. bank adoptedntral a wait and see attitude at a record low and they lower their 3% with for growth from the inflation outlook trend. the president says she will fight the moves to impeach and repeated she feels like she is facing a crew after they voted to put her on trial in the senate and she reiterated she did nothing wrong.
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the only woman on the board after march. the negative rate strategy generates controversy at home and abroad inflation far from a target. carneysts say that mark will have to step in with a form of support with a referendum leading to an exit. what is unclear is a shape this could take in a parliamentary committee. global news powered by journalists and news bureaus around the world and you can find more stories. >> thank you for the roundup most of the federal reserve bank of austin president says that the market outlook for interest rates are dovish. once the economy is strong and
fundamentally sound and we will have conditions where raising rates faster would make sense. >> speaking in connecticut, the member added that a shallow path of increases risks inflation. joining me from the trading floor is a senior strategist and it is great to have you. blinkers and they were a little bit dovish. whoe is not the only member is a little bit more hawkish. there have been members and not all of them are voting. they say the interest rate hikes why thely and it is forthcoming federal reserve .eeting will be interesting
nobody expects him to move the policy and it will be interesting to see if we get many dissenting. move. a policy if we get more next week, the market looks at june seriously as a live meeting and we could have market movement. if the market begins to have a possibility with interest rate hikes, it is likely we will get strength. >> i am pulling up my favorite function. you say that it is time for us to reset with a little bit more to send out there. 13.7% and that is a frisky move that you are calling for. what will it take to make this more live. -- live?
>> you look at the data and it was disappointing and the data in the united states is good and janet yellen was quite positive about the domestic demand and the u.s. is a closed economy and then we look at the international headwinds and there seems to be less concern with china and we think china will raise their head again with lots of worrisome figures later in the year and it does seem that it died down. april will be interesting, just to see. the market spent a year reducing positions and how much further will it reduce? whether or not you think it will
reduce, the fed is the only bank that can raise interest rates. everyone else will stay pat. >> let's just talk about that morning. you have the new zealand dollar onng higher and it is based production dropping and it does not sound like they do not have -- like they have the house in order and you see commodity currencies. are you a buyer of that? they warn on currency. and am a little bit worried they have the recent months and it is not clear. their husband better domestics with rates coming down and that is encouraging and you see wage
growth flat and we lost service sector jobs and there is no wage demand and domestic tax revenues are down on the back of commodity exports coming andugh and you had that there could be a danger of withg credit ratings concerns. anybody starts to deteriorate , i think there is a chance for a cuts and i am quite wary about buying the dollar. >> a great moment to move is the peripherals around the geography of china and that is all based
and, if they are taken seriously and we take the rate hikes, and throws trades into a different perspective. >> you are right and there is a and this could change a ball game for emerging markets and putback more risk out there and change the game for china. issider what it does and it perhaps good and they say this has more scope. think about the dollar strengthening and they do not want that and, if that is what lot of thechanges a
central banks. >> there is a central bank driving the bus and a lady at the front. we will recap breaking headlines across the terminal and this make sure the deal goes through. businesses andn brand families. related businesses in italy, the netherlands, and internationally, it is ofditional on the closing the acquisitions. that and let'sn talk about the banks.
morgan stanley beats profit with revenue shrinking. we have the managing editor for mea in hong kong joining and, if you don't have any south,and it all goes you get the short-term solution in. >> whatever he bank is doing citigroupand there is taking a big ask to the costs and revenue goes down and profit is down and you have to do and that is what everybody is doing. cuts ine more cost
store. >> even the strong will get withgh the cost cuts here a backdrop and fundamental restructuring with the story different. we talk about the cost-cutting falloldman is expected to and this is aggressive. what can we expect? , there are about andmbark on a deep cost cut they are usually running a lean operation. going big on the cost says what they expect.
they serve institutional clients takeretail coming and they to think they have to get out they areosts and hard-nosed about expenses and things like that. the ceo thinks they could take more. a i will give money for a goldman employee turning right on the airplane instead of left. economy.ly i just have not met any. up next, investors are not happy. describe numbers and growth forecasts.
and, if get into this you do find the concept, i would say they have it off. it and reversed devastating earthquakes struck in japan and we see that it is itse to a session high and saw a reversal and some gains someboosting in stocks and sought a rebound with shanghai stocksheir thing and ended up because of oil prices. reaction andjerk
we are seeing oil and gas of with consumer discretionary of and we talk about a change in seeingsion and we are friends at $43 and it helps producers. take a look at the end of the soaring andes are it helps with first quarter production and it is boosting oil producers across the board here in asia and they are all seeing games this afternoon.
and they will carry through in the session with them and a nice rally is on the way. let's go to the guest. thank you for staying. rally and that was when they last met with the explosion of stimulus from the banks and with the and lending euro rallying and trainers are short on the currency. not what they want to see. the crosses. on
you think we're reaching top evaluations? >> i think the positioning has a and it was ah this crucial time when they first we saw the euro was weakening and the dollar was strengthening and things started to change in positions and got opposition'sack with a points with the euro and wereollar back where they and i think it is significant, because the euro could become more sensitive and we may possibly have it with further
easing today. >> as you said, it could certainly shift. carney speaking later today and they said that more stimulus will come from the bank leaveland and we voted to the eurozone. thatlose are ways to scenario in the united kingdom? >> i do not think that we are that close. about the long and, it was the bottom
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