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Bloomberg
Nov 9, 2017 2:00pm EST
find footage of you from 1992 but we found some from the early 2000. this is the day of george w. bush's a nocturnal address. we can see his head of black hair. there we go! look at that handsome young man. look at that. congratulations from everyone here at bloomberg television and radio. we look forward to another 25 years with you. mark: you are very kind. thank you very much. that lasted 25 years. that is incredible. apple onill ahead, netflix go head-to-head, but are they better off together? from new york, this is bloomberg. ♪ julia: this is "bloomberg markets." teche now doing our report. julie hyman is focusing on the worst performer. julie: the tech sector spider etf. you can see it is down 1.1% today. this is almost double the drop we have been the threat the day in the s&p 500. a cap selloff is what we have been seeing with technology. the likes of apple and amazon also the chipmakers as we talked about a little earlier. advanced micro devices. getting more into the graphics chip business. of the selloff we are watching within technology. the worst performing stock i
Bloomberg
Jun 30, 2017 12:30pm EDT
airlines hire, and george ferguson, bloomberg intelligence analyst, told our team earlier this has everything to do with the fact that estimates are being revised higher plus we have oil mostly down since the middle of may. let's take a look at those tech losers on the week. netflix, amazon, alphabet. netflix on paper, it's worst week since november. health of it on paper, it's worst week since april of last year. not a lot fundamentally happening here with the exception of alphabet being slapped with that huge $2.7 billion fine by the eu. bloomberg intelligence analyst says nothing has changed here except for that sector rotation we are talking about out of tech into the financials. very interesting, then ammons samet -- said, we have the space selling in the stocks, if you look at the bonds, they're fine. we have some jitters on the part of investors in technology. this chart exemplifies it, g #btv209. we see a beautiful uptrend. the 50 day moving -- 60 day moving average rising, telling us buyers are in control. it represents uncertainty on the part of investors but with the nas
Bloomberg
Jun 21, 2017 12:00pm EDT
a tequila brand for up to $1 billion. it was actually cofounded by george clooney. one of the owners is going to benefit from that billions of dollars buyout. business hadon another person who started that company. george clooney, rodney gerber and mike melvin. this after three years and it is expected to close. no let's check in on the first word news with mark crumpton. >> according to the department of homeland security, there is evidence that russia started an election system in 21 states last year. a security official won't identify the states. the acting deputy says the states that were affected are aware of it. bloomberg reported last week that russian hackers hit systems in as many as 39 states. former homeland security chief jeh johnson says it would have been in his words unforgivable not to alert the american public ahead of the 2016 election that the russians hacked them accredit email systems. for the house intelligence committee today, johnson also said he wasn't happy that he learned about the hacking well after it occurred. for the next two years, brexit will dominate
Bloomberg
Mar 6, 2017 2:00pm EST
president trump's revised travel ban. , bloombergime around intelligence analyst george ferguson believes that this has more to do with delta revising versus yields to the lower end of the range and investors are somewhat disappointed on that. george ferguson thinks that the airlines right now are a little bit optimistic about ayers. and that pressure could -- about fares. and that pressure could fall in the future. >> thank you so much, abigail. let's check in on bloomberg first word news this afternoon. mark crumpton will probably not be discussing franzen. mark: president trump signed a new executive order on travel. press secretary sean spicer tweeted this picture of the president signing the document. the order will restrict entry to the u.s. by people from six predominantly muslim countries. iraq is no longer on that list. syrian refugees will be treated the same as other refugees. effect march 16 and last 90 days. the administration says the new order was needed to address urgent security. according to a draft seen by bloomberg news. the communicating will be negotiated. back in ju
Bloomberg
Jun 7, 2017 12:00pm EDT
christopher wray, who ran the justice department under president george w. bush. he called him a "man of impeccable credentials." and the united nations says the united states will not allow the u.n. to "bully israel" anymore. nikki haley spoke today in jerusalem after parading the un's top human rights body. israel attacked the georgia state unfairly. ambassador haley told the u.n. president "i have never taken kindly to bullies, and the u.n. has bullied israel for a very long time and we will not let that happen anymore." montenegrins flag has been o's flagt -- montenegr has been raised at nato, as they officially joined the military alignment -- alliance. it was called a historic day, now has anenegro equal voice of the table and the decisions the alliance makes. albania and croatia were the last companies to join -- countries to join nato in 2009. on mark crumpton, this is bloomberg. vonnie? vonnie: coming up, we will be heading like to the annual bloomberg in best summit, where winke; nkle re -- lreid will speak. this is bloomberg. vonnie: this is bloomberg markets, i'm vonnie quinn
Bloomberg
Oct 19, 2017 12:00pm EDT
." speaking at the george w. bush institute, ambassador haley criticize russia's efforts to "sow chaos in the recent election." president has backed a non-biting -- nonbinding senate republican plan, treating it as the first threat towards massive tax cuts. the gop deficit concerns in drive.f the tax cut according to those familiar with the matter, the move sets the stage for tax legislation that could pass later this year. in californiay cooler temperatures and light rain today will help firefighters battling wildfires. a spokesperson says that by tomorrow, crews should fully contain a wildfire that devastated sonoma county and santa rosa. flames in seven counties have killed at least 42 people and destroyed thousands of homes and businesses. rifles andce fired here yesterday to break up the missed raiders of government opposition supporters. this was despite a court ruling that renewed the government's on demonstrations. -- ban on rights demonstrations. elections are scheduled next week. global news 24 hours a day, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countr
Bloomberg
Aug 1, 2017 2:00pm EDT
former soviet republic of georgia. he said the u.s. backs of george's desire to join nato. attorney general jeff sessions has chosen general mark engine to lead of the federal bureau of prisons. the general has 35 years of military service and most recently worked as an army advisor on policing issues. the u.s. prison population is expected to grow under session'' tough on crime policies. global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries. i am mark crumpton. this is bloomberg. julia: thanks so much. coming up, we will hear from our interview with howard marks. why he is really in the alarm bell on markets. from new york, this is bloomberg. ♪ scarlet: this is "bloomberg markets." i'm scarlet fu. with stocks hitting record highs, the dow just moments away from 22,000, howard marks is sounding the alarm. his recent memo to clients warns that markets are overheated and risky. exclusive interview, erik schatzker asked him if investors have the patience for underperformance. howard: i believe so. you know why? when they sign on, we tell
Bloomberg
Aug 22, 2017 12:00pm EDT
defense secretary jim mattis who was less george patton fire and fury and more cool hand luke, here is what is going to happen to you if you don't get this under control. i think that kind of approach is better. the rhetoric -- you can make the argument it is a catalyst, but i think longer-term you need a steadiness of hand. general mattis did a terrific job in that regard. the real key is china and convincing them it is in their interest to keep kim jong-un like a dog on a leash and kind of pull that leash back a bit before the dog bites somebody and has to be put down. vonnie: that was admiral james stavridis earlier on "bloomberg daybreak: americas." time for a look at the biggest business stories in the news right now. berkshire hathaway attempt to buy oncor electric failed. s&p has removed the company from -- s&p says berkshire had been on watch negative since july, reflecting uncertainty on how it would pay for that proposed $9 billion acquisition. cannot keep up with the demand for insulin pumps. sales will rise less than expected and revenue will be lower for the quarter ending
Bloomberg
Aug 2, 2017 2:00pm EDT
consideration. in a letter to the white house, george said his chances of being refirmed were remote and
Bloomberg
Aug 24, 2017 2:00pm EDT
gathering for the tracks and whole summits -- jackson hole summit. asked george if more rate hikes would be premature with inflation below the fed's target. >> i think about our mandate, which is price stability. relative to an economy growing at 2% and adding jobs, i think we are in a pretty good place. we still have accommodative monetary policies. that tells me we should begin to gradually be removing that accommodation. as long as the outlook supports that we are moving in the right direction. i think we are. michael: that suggests you are in favor of another rate move? esther: it shall we put that together is a new opportunity to look at the data. i will look at it in the next excess we get ready for the september meeting and see if it still makes sense. i think there is still opportunity to do that. end of the year, not necessarily in september? er: no, i think it is a general sense of where we should go. michael: to what extent is inflation a lagging indicator? it develops curve broken -- is the phillips curve broken? what happened to inflation? many people are setting that issue.
Bloomberg
Nov 14, 2017 12:00pm EST
to investigate dealings of bill and hillary clinton. he now says he recalls a meeting with george papadopoulos. >> jeff sessions with a fiery hearing with the house judiciary committee when several on both sides of the aisle are putting him in the middle of what has been an ongoing investigation into russia. democrats criticizing him and trying to decipher what he knew and when he knew it. as the robert mueller pose -- probe operates in the background. republicans also try to understand why the attorney general and the justice department have not gone after hillary clinton. dealings with russia with the uranium one deal and other issues the republicans have raised. and whether there will be a special prosecutor in investigating hillary clinton remains to be seen but have acans think they republican -- a opening and try to seize in it when republicans have raised concerns about the russian involvement with the election. julie: it seems like jeff sessions is caught between a rock and a hard place with democrats and republicans. his office has said it is now investigating the iron --
Bloomberg
Aug 16, 2017 2:00pm EDT
george h.w. bush and president bush coming out with a statement . it you will recall president trump's provocative comments about george washington and thomas jefferson statues being next. a tip of the hat and a reference from president bush to the declaration of independence. and one of charlottesville's most famous residents in terms of talking about the message of equality for all and not accepting bigotry. pressure both from politicians among republican ranks and from business leaders as president trump now tries to recalibrate for a fifth day in a row. what about members of his own administration? he clearly took his aides by surprise. he was meant to make a statement and step aside to answer questions on infrastructure. not look pleased, though it is hard to read his expression because he was looking down at his shoes. margaret: yesterdays are marks caught a lot of people off guard and left them dismayed or uneasy. surgingrt of a overnight into today. it is now wednesday afternoon and we do not see, at this time, any high-profile departures or any department chairs -- departures.
Bloomberg
Apr 19, 2017 12:00pm EDT
impact five of 12 u.s. destinations starting next month. in houston, former president george h.w. bush has been hospitalized with pneumonia. mr. bush's 92. according to a family spokesman, bush remains under observation and will not be discharged today but looks forward to going home soon. global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2600 journalists sent analysts in over 120 countries. i am mark crumpton. this is bloomberg. vonnie: thank you. coming up, a dialogue, 20% in early trading less tuesday after annalyst suggested apple may stop using its chips. to be is getting tougher an iphone supplier. this is bloomberg. ♪ vonnie: this is bloomberg markets. i am vonnie quinn. bad news for apple's's top suppliers, which gives apple more leverage to negotiate lower prices. head of the new iphone launch later this year. uber technology reporter alix joins us with more. on the face of this, it is a good time to be apple. you have a little leverage with suppliers, much like walmart did for a long time with its suppliers. -- when we hear what will be in the new iphone, apple suddenly
Bloomberg
Nov 7, 2017 12:00pm EST
former advisor to the -- to george w. bush. results could get an early indication of how that's november's midterm elections could play out. production in north america will grow faster than expected in the next four years. producee industry will 7.5 million barrels a year by 2021, 56% higher than opec forecast. cuts triggered an oil price rally that helped american producers. the first country to give women to vote now wants to close the gender pay gap. new prime minister says her government plans to achieve pay equity for women in public service within four years. swept to government power last month. global news 24 hours a day, powered by more than 2,700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries. i am mark crumpton. this is bloomberg. shery: coming up, investors are bracing for a third quarter results. shares of the company are trading below its ipo price and could be a sign of more to come. this is bloomberg. ♪ markets." "bloomberg weight watchers is our stock of the hour. we have more. the stock has really turned around since oprah winfrey took a 10% stake two years
Bloomberg
Mar 7, 2017 12:00pm EST
and kurdish targets. said turkey also discussing plans to recapture islamic state. george michael died of natural causes as a result of a fatty heart disease. he was found dead at his home on christmas day in england. george michael was 53 years old. global news 24 hours a day, powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. i am mark crumpton. this is bloomberg. thanks. a check on u.s. stocks. we have been down all day. 29,033. s&p 500 down about .25. nasdaq down about .2. lower but still not with much conviction. let's go to abigail doolittle to see what is going on. abigail: well put in terms of declines. when we look at the imap for the s&p 500, a great way to look at what is happening sector wise. mainly red but some green creeping in. the battle between the bulls and bears. health care had been the worst now one of the worst sectors is energy down nearly .7. not surprisingly, this suggests the drags her big energy names, including exxon and chevron. are modestly lower, down less than 1%. the biggest drag from the s&p 500 down more. stocks are m
Bloomberg
Oct 25, 2017 2:00pm EDT
customers. tom leighton, ceo of akamai technologies georges and studio. great to have you here. traffic,of the strong is that sustainable and will that carry forward into the fourth quarter and 2018? i think so.: people are watching video online, at higher qualities, and that's the tip of the iceberg. we had 60 terabits her second last quarter. that is 12 million people watching at reasonable quality levels. you can imagine a future world onee 100 million people, billion people watching even high quality. runway left. -- a lot of runway left. pricet: the rally boasted targets -- what is it about the current industry environment that things are coming together right now for you? mr. leighton: in addition to media and video there is a lot of interest in cybersecurity. you look at the headlines every week of the latest disaster. that's were we have really compelling solutions. a business for us now is $.5 billion year in revenue and growing in the high 20%. we just unveiled a latest technology to use machine learning to differentiate between bots and humans. humans, when they hold
Bloomberg
Mar 14, 2017 2:00pm EDT
. and then you have josh bolten, former chief of staff to president george w. bush, but he was a never trumper conservative. you see them trying to mend fences and what they call a business family environment. brody, great story on the bloomberg terminal. scarlet: still ahead, trading tech in a rising-rate environment. this is bloomberg. ♪ oliver: this is "bloomberg markets." i am oliver renick. scarlet: i am scarlet fu. time for "options insight" with julie hyman. julie: joining me is the chief investment officer at recon b in your note today, you said we are seeing risk-off on options trading. >> across the board in the index those are the european call options, a lot of institutions traded them. more puts being traded, as well as the etf's that tracked py, and like the qqq, s when you look at the vix, two times the amount of calls. we are anticipating an increase in volatility picking up across the board, and they are doing it in every product they can. it, ifon the surface of you just looked at the vix, for example, it would look like no worries about anything, practically, becau
Bloomberg
Jul 10, 2017 2:00pm EDT
the years. , lot of them like george soros they made their money by spotting the trends early and some of the computers are taking over and doing that faster and better. we see very low volatility. a lot of managers are saying time when will be a volatility comes back and may be at that point, they can grab does problems again. data is showing over the past five years on average, they haven't really made any money. we have talked a lot of them going under. what about the survival of the macro funds when they have not been doing well for quite some time? >> they charge the highest fees in the industry. they have had that cushion there for a while. and the other, really, is that it continues to make some money if you're ready to make macro isagers betting that there some volatility there. we have seen a few bright spots. julia: actually finding risk-adjusted returns is incredibly hard. will they be trading more or less, taking more or less risk. that, they seeing take on more risk. --they were saying managers with bigger risk comes the potential for bigger mistakes. they go to that
Bloomberg
Jul 28, 2017 2:00pm EDT
at a time. pictures ofe seeing you whistling at the mets game, you whistled for president george w. bush. the hallseen through of power, but how does whistling change your perspective when you are in those very influential places? what is the interaction like? >> it is fascinating, because some people get it, and some people do not. i was interviewed to be the -- of the securities, and arthur levitt asked me to whistle in his job -- this job interview. and then another time i had a chance to whistle for sandy wild is the head of citigroup -- as the head of citigroup. they looked at me like i had three heads. they did not get it. a skeleton key. it enables me to enter people's hearts and bring a little joy to them, whether it is the president and the over office -- in the oval office or the china,nt in the bank of and i whistled for him the theme song to "titanic." so it allows me to bring some joy to them. jason: what is the message people should take? i will not try to whistle for you, and i think many of our viewers -- you would be painful for you to listen to them whistle. how d
Bloomberg
Aug 9, 2017 2:00pm EDT
a pair of two-term presidents. david rubenstein speaks to bill clinton and george w. bush, tonight. ♪ julia: this is bloomberg markets. scarlet: i am scarlet fu. julia: between geopolitical tensions and climbing earnings, a notoriously volatile month of august in a game of push and pull. we are joined by oliver. oliver: indeed, things are pulling in opposite directions. talked about tensions within the equity market. i think that is still largely the case. let's look at something that a lot of investors think about somewhat bearish lead -- bearishly. investors like to see a lot of plots moving upwards at the same time. that is not happening now. 500 index., the s&p in the white is your equal weight version of that index, in which the weighting of the companies does not matter. when this goes down relative to the s&p 500, that means fewer companies are participating in the rally. this bottom panel is the ratio between the two. it is a way to discuss the index beating the equal weight index. for investors, that spells warning because other companies are not participating. this char
Bloomberg
Sep 29, 2017 2:00pm EDT
governor? i do ask because he did serve in the white house under george w. bush, was in charge of the day today, but was he an influential voice? not on monetary policy. during the financial crisis, he andone of the top bankers terms of reasoning with wall street. he worked with the banks and that. that, and had discussions on how to save the economy. a macro economist without with a note today criticizing his for cap -- warsh's forecasting ability. everyone is criticized for that, so how important is that of the job, ultimately? michael: it is important. we talk a lot about the fed is the economic projections, and the fact that -- the fed's economic projections, and the fact they have missed a lot of them. he would probably be relying on the staff quite a bit, and he help producing the forecast. that might be more mainstream because that is where the staff is coming from, but probably not a big deal where he forecasted a lot of inflation and it did not happen, because you can name a lot of fed voters this year who did that. scarlet: quickly, how much staff turnover is there when ther
Bloomberg
Nov 14, 2017 2:00pm EST
campaign. a democratic congressman pressed sessions that he rebuked george papadopoulos for suggesting a meeting between the trump teamse and russian president vladimir putin. to thatde some comment effect as i remember. i pushed back because -- >> your answer is yes. the attorneyrk: general insists his story never changed. days ofp left after two meetings from leaders of southeast asian nations. he tweeted when it comes to trade, all countries know the united states must be treated fairly. the president did not give specific assurances on issues such as market access and intern -- intellectual property theft. donald trump jr. -- wikileaks before the presidential election. hit -- he showed -- directly or not at all. democrats: evidence of a proxy link between the campaign in russia. global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. i am mark crumpton. this is bloomberg. abigail: massive rebuilding efforts after a string of severe hurricanes. it is our stock of the hour. this is bloomberg. ♪ abigail: this is "bloomberg markets." sc
Bloomberg
Oct 31, 2016 12:00pm EDT
secrets during the primaries when the dnc was ostensibly neutral. defense iney, the the george washington bridge lane closing trial delivered a blistering attack on the government's case and on chris christie. liedrs saying the governor about his knowledge of the scandal to protect his white house ambitions and used kelly as a scapegoat. lawyers also criticized federal prosecutors for failing to call the governor to rebut testimony that he knew about the scheme. governor christie denies any knowledge of the plan. a wearable skin tch may help children allergic to peanuts by delivering small doses of peanut pertain according to a new study calling for the therapy to be further explored. it works by training the immune system to tolerate small amounts of peanuts. it has not yet been approved by the u.s. fda. for hours a day powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries. i'm mark crumpton. this is bloomberg. scarlet: coming up, refined metals are controlling to the expansion. u.s. andmaking the mexico stronger despite what you may have heard of the campaign trail. t
Bloomberg
Jun 23, 2017 12:30pm EDT
to bring in former senate majority leader george mitchell, not a partner at the law firm dla. and famous for brokering peace deals in northern ireland and also doing a lot of great work in the middle east. welcome. a lot of chatter about how the senate has changed. the supreme court nominees and up and down vote potentially for the health care challenge. has a dozen a change significant since your time as majority leader in the late 1980's and early 1990's? >> yes, it has. less cooperation, less bipartisanship and more polarization. and i think the process used to write this health care bill is an example of how much it has changed to think a bill of this magnitude will be written completely behind closed doors, no chance even for senators to participate, no public comment, no time for debate, spread on people and voted on at the last minute. you can see why want to see the bill. vonnie: you were senate majority leader for a long time, what might prompt legislation this way? george mitchell: i think senator mcconnell realizes that he has got a disastrous program on his hands. this
Bloomberg
Jun 28, 2017 2:00pm EDT
in new york for the week. coming up, we turn to the debate over health care talking to george allen. and tune in on july 4, in pm eastern because we will be talking about julia: 3:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. in london. scarlet: welcome to "bloomberg markets." ♪ julia: we live in bloomberg headquarters in new york over the next hour.here are the top stories we are covering on the bloomberg around the world. care hinges health on republican unity. mitch mcconnell is squirming to make changes to the health care bill before the senate's july for recess. -- july 4 recess. adding together in a new campaign to repeal and replace obamacare. of theing, the results second and most difficult part .comingfed after today it will determine the course of action for banks to issue dividends and buybacks. let's get a check on markets with julie hyman. julie: hovering near the highs of the session, all three major averages. the nasdaq is bouncing back the strongest today, but we see broad-based strength not just the technology but in the financial industry as well. really, there are only a couple of grou
Bloomberg
Apr 11, 2017 2:00pm EDT
the policy overall is george ferguson. everybody has been talking about this. let's talk about the general policy overall. this is something that goes on all the time, the concept of overselling. that?stainable is airlines have been pushing up load factors to make their operations more efficient. they fill the airplane with more people. as you get closer and closer to , you they are near 85 now run the risk of having to bump passengers. if your policies don't keep up with the challenges of bumping passengers, you get into situations like this. it might have been better to offer money and clear people off the flight that way. abigail: what does this do to business travelers? there's a lot of business travelers in terms of airline revenue. does it change that segments perception of using the full carriers? george: i think business travelers have to think about it. situationend up in a where you get involuntarily bumped from an airline and you don't make a business meeting. , american and delta are the three big full-service carriers. that is where they make their money come on the bu
Bloomberg
May 10, 2017 12:00pm EDT
george w. bush and the number two position. you have not been shy to make tough decisions, even controversial. how important is it to explain why? some of the things people are reacting is the explanation to last august and what happened with the democratic administration and the democratic attorney general and that seems less implausible. all, was airst of week 12 hours into this? you know, i think making a demand for an elaborate as one nation 12 hours into it is an interesting objective but hardly critical. therek everybody will get -- and just what is going on and stop trying to turn it into world war iii. david: let's go back to the agenda. what is the most important thing the president should be focusing on? sam zell: i for sure do not think it is james comey. it is important as i think health care is an tax reform, at the moment, i think what is going on in the world and we have had eight years of no foreign policy and we need to get one quick. and i think what is going on in venezuela and the ukraine, what is going on in the middle east, they are the most important issue
Bloomberg
Aug 23, 2017 12:00pm EDT
dow, american airlines and united both down in a big way, 3%, roughly 3% for both shares. george ferguson says this has to do with concerns about fares, somewhat a cautious note after raymond james after a management meeting with delta around potential pressures on airfares the oil up about 1%, that seems to be pressuring the shares of kansas city southern. some weakness for the transport. some weakness for consumer discretionary within the nasdaq, some of the bigger drags on the nasdaq, amazon down about 7/10 of 1%. after whole foods shareholders have approved the $13.7 billion deal. starbucks lower by a little more than 1% after cleveland research downgraded shares to a neutral. netflix down 9/10 of 1%. not quite netflix is down but it cheated, saying the solar clips on monday took away from their place by about -- why 10% of you watched a giant rock when i have always been there for you. a 10% of drop in place during pse.-- plays during the ecli nasdaq, in relation to its 200 day moving average, those rising. that tells us buyers are in control. this talks to the number of mem
Bloomberg
Sep 19, 2017 12:00pm EDT
that we saw with george w. bush in 2001-2003? scott: no, what we find is that tempora tax cuts produce temporary results. long-term structural improvements to the economy, you have to have permanent tax reform. these sort of gimmicks or temporary tax cuts really don't do the kind of justice tachometer growth that the economy needs. vonnie: scott hodge, thank you . shery: tomorrow, join us for a fed special wednesday starting at 2:00 p.m. eastern. we will have the latest analysis and reaction from former fed vice chair and jeff rosenberg. vonnie: vonnie a quick a quick r that you can always catch our interviews on the bloomberg at tv . you can get all the interviews, charts, functionality, promos. shery: you can even ask the guest a question of the bottom left corner. vonnie: shery ahn and myself continue in just a moment. this is bloomberg. ♪\ vonnie: it is 1:00 in washington, 6:00 in london, and 1:00 a.m. in hong kong. i am vonnie quinn. shery: i'm shery ahn. david gura is on assignment. welcome to "bloomberg markets." alance of power with a focus on the intersection of the econ
Bloomberg
Aug 29, 2017 2:00pm EDT
obama, or george w. bush, or president clinton? at this point,k, it would make a difference, certainly with respect to party. i do think in the next two or three months, we are going to have a number of opportunities topreserve -- tw observe the predictability of our presidential administration. the trade negotiations between mexico and canada, and china, and if the world reaches the conclusion, collectively, that our administration is very difficult, or unpredictable, to deal with, that is a negative, not only for the markets but for the world economy. >> given the insurgencies -- given the uncertainties right now, what is the lesson for the investor? how should the investor prepare for the wide range of possibilities? there is decade-long research about how difficult it is to figure out when exactly to get of the market. and i'm pretty convinced by the research, that no one can do that extraordinarily well. history, therein were people who became very famous for predicting the crash of 1987, for the financial crisis in 2008. most of those people predicted one of those things accurate
Bloomberg
Nov 7, 2017 2:00pm EST
november 14. the committee will counsel the attorney general about what george papadopoulos told them about meetings. sessions will be asked to explain why he denied any knowledge of any trump campaign manager having any connections to russia. addressed aresident group of visiting mayors from catalonia. people did the at the ballot hawks what he calls the spanish governments repression of the wish for independence. he fled to brussels after they dismissed the regional government because of attempts to secede from spain. prince said's crown today the ballistic missile launched at the kingdom was a direct military aggression by the iranian regime. the saudi led coalition ordered the closure of all ports and grounded all trinitarian flights to the country. the first nation to give women the vote now wants to close the gender pay gap. news in the -- new zealand's new prime minister says she plans to achieve pay equity within four years. addparty is promising to dress social failures including the treatment of women at work. global news powered by 2700 journalists and analysts in 120 count
Bloomberg
Aug 31, 2017 2:00pm EDT
us from austin is texas land commissioner george p. bush. his office plays a key role in the state, managing oil and gas, and is responsible for coastal protection. thank you for joining us right now. taking a look forward, what needs to be done to prevent this kind of catastrophic destruction from happening to a major texas city going forward? it is a i think combination of many factors. ,ur agency presented an idea proposal, before the last legislative session to create a coastal spine that would withstand a category four or 5 storm that would detect the houston ship channel, the second-most important port in the united states. this would be a long development, a long process. what we asked for was the same type of treatment that new orleans received after katrina. all beasley, we were unsuccessful in obtaining the wereng -- obviously, we unsuccessful in obtaining the funding, but we outlined a vision where we could protect and of what an industry like petrochemical facilities, retail, and the hub that the houston ship channel is in terms of economic activity. secondly, as texans
Bloomberg
Jun 26, 2017 12:00pm EDT
%. george ferguson says this everything has to do with ketchup that the stock has been lagging the overall airline space. vonnie: abigail, thank you for that one. sticking with airline space oddly enough, turning now to indian prime minister narendra modi's visit to the white house today. they are expected to discuss economic partnerships between the two countries. traveling with the prime minister is our next guest, ajay singh. thank you for joining us. what would be the best possible outcome today? ajay: i think it would be great if these two guys got to know each other really well and i think it would be great if they understood the strategic importance of each other. i think it's really important for india and the u.s. to work because,for the future as you know, india is one of the fastest growing economies in the world. we are building 100 smart cities. we are building incredible numbers of airports, ports, and roads. we have the potential to create a tremendous number of jobs for americans. it fits well with president trump's america first policy. and we are hoping that ameri
Bloomberg
Aug 9, 2017 12:00pm EDT
from the george w. bush administration taking over as head of the ftc. -- ftc if this all happened but it is said to be trump's. -- trump's choice. starting next year, disney will begin distributing a new espn service directly to new customers brady will follow that with a video streaming service ending the deal at that point with netflix. shares of disney and netflix move lower on the news. bloomberg press reporter spoke to bob iger right after the earnings call. eiger explained the profound shift in the media landscape that trigger disney's new move. >> we are going to continue to distribute the espn linear channels through the cable distributors. they been good partners of ours over the years and together we managed to create a highly profitable business. the distributors and programmers alike have been experiencing the disruption of the whole market is seeing and multiple businesses are seeing from advances in technology and changes in consumer behavior because of that. my guess is distributors will look at this probably more as a threat than anything else. what we're doing is we'r
Bloomberg
Oct 17, 2017 12:00pm EDT
business flash. billionaire george soros has transferred nearly $18 billion of his wealth to an open society foundation, according to the wall street journal. reportedly a trade fund from open society. the move has pushed open society to the top ranks of philanthropic organizations, second only to the bill and melinda gates foundation. the family that controls nordstrom could not take the retailer private because lenders wanted an interest rate the family could not pay. they needed about $7 billion to fund the deal according to people familiar with the matter, interestrs ask for 13% rates, roughly twice the borrowing cost of typical retailers. that is your business flash update. vonnie: the u.s. dollar gains against the u.s. -- the mexico peso after mexico and canada reject the latest nafta proposal from the u.s. this is bloomberg. ♪ ♪ . that is a beautiful midtown manhattan this tuesday. that is where we are broadcasting from in new york. i am vonnie quinn. .herry: i am shery ahn let's check the averages, 23,000 time hit for the first ever in the s&p 500 slightly 2556.at receipt
Bloomberg
Jul 27, 2017 2:00pm EDT
was just talking to george ferguson on the phone from bloomberg intelligence and he , experience getting into a price war with united, united might be the one that comes out not on top of that battle. you on, thankve you. let's get you a business flash update. the benchmark that underpins more than $350 trillion of financial products will be phased out by the end of 2021. british regulators and bank will try to replace it with a more reliable system. pershing square has built in automatic data processing, a data outsourcing company. that is your business flash update. sclaret? scarlet: wall street's top bosses have tried for years to boost diversity in their ranks but now it seems the number of black executives at firms is actually going in reverse. and bloomberg's ongoing coverage of diversity and inclusion in the workforce, our own diversity reporter jordan hallman joins us in today's "walk the talk." we looking at the percentage of black workers not just in middle and upper level management, but across the workforce declining. >> yse. we look to the total workforce. some of th
Bloomberg
Oct 18, 2017 2:00pm EDT
. ♪ julia: it is time now for a look at some of the biggest business stories in the news now. george soros but -- backs on core capitalist through september of this year here that is according to a person with knowledge of the matter says the hedge funds made the leap by betting on betting market debt securities. focuses onllion fund developing markets and house the head of other macro funds, producing returns this year. traveling to the lowest since after -- the release of a star wars title projected to feel growth. -- the release of9% growth of the fiscal year 2019 when it was originally scheduled for release. a car at itsnveil week.show next it says it offers about 60% more driving range minutes predecessors. manufacturing continues to champion -- even as other manufacturers gravitate to other technology. week. it saysfrom around 2200 and thre years. that is your business flash up date. scarlet: reportedly in talks to bring self driving cars tuber customers next year. was told yesterday that getting all the capabilities under one roof is a very for the comp me. >> we believe we ha
Bloomberg
Oct 12, 2016 12:00pm EDT
like george soros and the koch brothers, of course on opposite sides. they are using cutting edge data to salty snacks to influence voters. money and politics reporter zach writer covering the story and joins us now. why is nevada considered so important? >> nevada is one of a handful of swing states that is important for the presidential and senate race. nevada seems to have attracted this proportionate amount of outside spending from the coat others and george soros who are not the candidate or campaign, but want to spend money independently to influence the outcome of the voters. part of that is because of nevada there is a grudge match between the koch brothers who have long feuded with senator harry reid and is now retiring and trying to get a replacement in the senate. they are trying very hard to get a republican elected. oliver: soros and the koch brothers, there is no big surprise there but there are different things happening this time around. what stood out to you about how this race is very different? >> they are trying to play the ground game a lot more. they have inc
Bloomberg
Oct 27, 2016 12:00pm EDT
working to hillary clinton if she's elected president. he spoke to george stephanopoulos earlier today on abc's "good morning america. >> i'm not saying i and -- i'm not or i am. hopefully i won't have to make that decision. mark: meanwhile secretary clinton has called mr. trump, quote, whatever happens, we need to work together afterward great she sidestepped the question of whether she would meet one-on-one with trump after the election. first lady michelle obama campaigned with ms. clinton at a winston-salem, north carolina. the clinton campaign described so first lady as its not secret weapon. her appearances have been critical to clinton's efforts to secure support from female voters. the search for an oklahoma man wanted for a series of shootings and carjackings is in its fourth day. officials say it's possible the man died after he was wounded during a shootout with police. the british economy overcame concerns about the brexit vote and grew faster than economists forecast in the third quarter. gross domestic product rose 1/2 of 1%. construction and production fell. that was mor
Bloomberg
Nov 9, 2016 12:00pm EST
rate hikes next yields are backing up quite substantially. george: the bond market is reacting not just to that being in play. you expect a risk off kind of behavior. it was very short-lived overnight. if we continue to see financial condition stable and the economy took a hit on this transition of power, the fed should hike. howmuch is what -- michael: much is what we are seeing in the 10 year, how much of that is a risk cranium and how much might be an inflation premium if he is going to cut taxes and do additional spending? george: there were folks saying but 15% is his magic number when the facts change you have to change your approach. many of us around the world look to the u.s. bond market for higher yields but if we enter into higher inflation or stimulus induced growth, that will come with higher rates in the long-term and short-term sector. the question is how much of the back and move that we have seen starts to impact fed thinking? we have had a 67 basis point rise in rates. basis points with higher yields when the housing market was getting accustomed to low rates, fut
Bloomberg
Nov 4, 2016 12:00pm EDT
political retaliation. they were accused of intentionally creating the chaos at the george washington bridge over several days in september 2013. this was meant to public -- meant to punish the democratic mayor. a claim contradicted by multiple witnesses. french police are evacuated thousands of migrants from an illegal camp. reporting police and city officials are removing about 3000 migrants from sudan, if he'll be a, and other countries. taken to temporary shelters where they will be able to apply for asylum. world news paris. by 2600wered journalists and analysts in over 120 countries. this is bloomberg. mark: thank you very much. most.tocks falling the the 10 year bond is set for the biggest rally since september. longer data yields leading the rally. the chart you are looking at is the global aggregate index, which has risen in recent days since the election. has manager at msg, which re-hundred $10 billion under management. us.ber is behind many bond investors may say that is a relief. reaction depending on the scenario stood next week's collection? -- next week's election. >>
Bloomberg
Nov 22, 2016 12:00pm EST
wrong. pointedon the show and out how people were very excited about george w. bush at first and that did not turn out well and they were negative on obama and the last eight years were awesome. they might just have it all wrong. point. is such a good anyone who thinks they know what donald trump will do, you're crazy. people underestimated him so badly in the primaries and the presidency. all of those celebrating, they might not be laughing if , whichteagall comes in is already a possibility. byis anyone offended still the george soros advertisement? >> the thing that came up more than hurt feelings, for example, he said, i'm worried about women in america, immigrants, muslims. those people have been hurt by the thinks donald trump has said, but my family will be fine. >> that says it all. a fantastic read on the bloomberg, available at bloomberg.com. joe weisenthal will be back in about 30 minutes for u.s. stocks are trading at a record high. we will monitor that events. at 2201.00 ♪ hii'm here to tell homeowners that are sixty-two and older about a great way to live a better
Bloomberg
Nov 10, 2016 12:00pm EST
took over from george w. bush. so he plans to continue that as well. goes, as the cabinet donald trump doesn't go the republican party anything. vonnie: could put anyone anywhere. steve: he really could. and he knows a lot of people who cross the partisan divide. and so i think that will be something we are watching closely. time, he at the same will want to put people in who will do hisddin bi of sorts. and so where he feels like he appointmost latitude to people that he trusts but also, people that won't cause headaches for him, that is the narrow lane in which i think he will operate. the timetable for this, generally? we don't know that much about his policies or plans. we want to get names sooner rather than later. looking at history, how quickly does the president name members of the council? steve: i think we will begin to hear names next week. then, through the holidays does pose some convocations and problems. i think we will hear about some of them before thanksgiving but we will be done hearing about of december.nd and that leaves january, really, for everyone to get s
Bloomberg
Nov 3, 2016 12:00pm EDT
inflation pass us up. speaking to george lat later in the hour. given the breaking news, we've shares becomee one of the worst performers in the s&p 500. taken down the averages more than they were. stock has been holding pretty steadily. for much the afternoon here. particularable in for its eighth straight decline. like that seen a drop since 2008. according to dan curtis makes haven't seen, we an eight day drop this millennium. interesting here, here's a look eight day drop on an day to basis pep we were actually higher and rolled over lower datate the latest polling that shows hillary clinton slightly heated of donal -- ahef donald trump. still some concern. the pull back during this period has been 2.7%. i wanted to talk about the today.on the mow healthcare very much a part of that which we'll get into detail. .t's down .6 of one percent it's texas with the biggest drag today. and energy,ncials holding up relatively well. let's talk about some of those stocks.al according to bloomberg news reporting, the justice department which began anti-trust investigation, is chargesg to fil
Bloomberg
Nov 21, 2016 12:00pm EST
under george w. bush, korean-american who didn't speaking was when she got to this country. those are just at the top of my head with no notes. it's been dozens and dozens of people who represent all walks of life, both political parties, both genders, different sexual orientations, religion, it's been quite exciting. >> are you going to florida tomorrow or wednesday? when is he returning to new york and can we expect -- [inaudible] ms. conway: he is going tomorrow to have thanksgiving with his family. when shet to determine is going to return. a lot going on. his appointment will come out when he is ready and not a moment sooner. these are big decisions and they should not be read. we are weeks and weeks and weeks ahead of president carter, president reagan, even president obama hadn't appointments by ths point, nor should he be subject to -- i don't think so. no. to be determined. none are scheduled now. >> [inaudible] can you talk about his relationship to his fellow billionaires? [inaudible] >> it is not a hindrance at all. he is the guy that gave way to forgotten manthe or forgot
Bloomberg
Feb 24, 2017 12:00pm EST
a stake in the airlines. george ferguson of bloomberg intelligence told our team weeks ago that the fact that warren buffett has such a big stake in the airline suggests he may think that fuel is likely to stay at current levels, oil lower for longer, plus a progrowth play. it will be interesting to see what the annual letter perhaps. lisa: thank you so much, abigail doolittle. is a war between bulls and bears on treasury today. we are seeing a rally on the 10-year, but the next guest sees the deals hitting 2.9% by the end of the year. joining us now is subadra r ajappa of societe generale. the conviction that the market is long and they are underestimating the risks associated with inflation, as well as just general growth. >> what is driving the markets right now is uncertainty. one, election overseas in france , the netherlands, as well as germany. the second is uncertainty about the timing of the next rate hike. the third factor is uncertainty on fiscal policy front. once we get through those uncertainties, we can get back slow,ck to where a gradual rise in yields -- lisa: hold
Bloomberg
Feb 23, 2017 12:00pm EST
commerce under george w. bush. erase concerns with our relations with mexico right now. >> mexicans are up in arms. i haven't seen such tension between the two countries since the 1970's or 1980's when mexico is very nationalistic and protectionist. it was a very different country. our relationship had grown to positive levels that we hadn't seen before. and now we run the risk of backtracking. mexico has a presidential election in 2018. we could be creating the conditions for an anti-american populace taking over mexico. is what you her just now from carlos gutierrez square with what you saw yourself in the co-earlier this week? when we met with our counterparts of the mexican senate, they told us that specifically, they were very clear that what president trump is doing shows a lack of respect for mexico. it is difficult to have a positive relationship. statement.ral damages -- very much david: you agree that there is an issue about how we best handle it. can you reach across the aisle, can they reach across the aisle? absolutely. i visited the border in el paso and talked to our border
Bloomberg
Mar 6, 2017 12:00pm EST
, but when we take a look at the individual airlines, george ferguson told our team this morning he thinks this has little to do with president trump's revised travel ban and more with delta down. really all of these airlines down sharply. dubs revising a revenue view -- delta revising a revenue view. another thinks the airlines are optimistic about fares, perhaps suggesting to be pressure on the sector. a four-year chart of the s&p 500 airline index. a nice up trend, but then it breaks into sideways projection. the connection to the 200 day moving average in yellow, we see periods where it has been well above the average by more than 20% with any percent and has reconnected. right now, the s&p 500 airline index is above that average by more than 20%. suggesting they could be a bit of a correction ahead for the airlines. vonnie: a word of warning. thank you for that. let's check now on the general headlines. trump sign a new executive order on travel today. press secretary sean spicer tweeted this picture of the president signing the document. the order will b respect entry into the
Bloomberg
Nov 15, 2016 12:00pm EST
about the george washington bridge scandal , they have further, part and now it looks like that's further, part and it looks like the donald trump team is looking to remove chris christie. vonnie: how vulnerable is -- disposable is writes previous best re -- the new chief of staff? >> he is like donald trump's washington establishment guy, to keep them connected to focus on the hill and two republicans on k street and the rest of the republican establishment in this town. i do not think he will go anywhere. will beally i think he a stabilizing force in the white house, particularly if you've been in survival -- steve bannon survive the scrutiny and keeps his senior role in the trap administration. -- trump administration. david: people still upset donald trump selected steve bannon. could the transition team responded that and then to the pressure -- bend to the pressure? >> i would be shocked, it would take jeff sessions, his closest confident, saying that steve bannon is a problem before donald trump would throw him overboard. i do not take a republican who ran against the washi
Bloomberg
Feb 21, 2017 12:00pm EST
slaughter. he served on the council of economic advisers under georgent george don't -- w. bush. he joins us from the campus in new hampshire. good to have you here. when you were in the white house, you dealt with this data all the time. thejob is to make sure president is getting accurate information to make informed decisions about the economy. what do you make of these reports of tinkering with the methodology? >> the trade statistics is one of the most important data the government collects. the reports that are out for how the export numbers would be altered, i know of no problem that that would solve. i know of many problems that would introduce of how we -- understand and see how we -- how are our -- how our economy is doing -- david: my understanding is the specific change they are talking about is we would not report as an export a product that came into the country or a re-exports, but that would be a important. dean slaughter: the reality of how so many american companies compete and succeed is they have these elaborate global supply chains. value is added by american wo
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