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Bloomberg
May 28, 2017 6:00pm EDT
haidi: china's industrial profits rose to more than $83 billion. this includes trade strengthening check -- strengthening. dividedresident trump's opinion. angela merkel said europe and the u.s. are drifting apart. haidi: warning lights are flashing in australia with a new record coming to an end. betty: vietnam says growth targets will be met. we speak with the prime minister later in the program. , wherehello, from sydney it is just past 6:00 a.m. trading at the start of a brand-new week. betty: we have a short trading week in the u.s., sunday evening just past 6:00 p.m. the markets are closed for memorial day. we will take all of the action on friday. look at how it will affect the asia-pacific trading day and the u.s. and in particular the big jobs report. that is something to watch. the fed meeting as well, u.s. pretty closed on friday much mixed. no one taking any big positions ahead of the long weekend holiday. bit,o wake us up a little we had reports of another missile being fired by north korea. that happened at 5:40 a.m. local time, launching a missile that
Bloomberg
Nov 12, 2017 5:00pm EST
white house is offering to play peacemaker in the south china sea. thetime disputes will be on agenda. >> nearing a big investment said to be worth $10 billion could be signed within hours. alibaba singles' day shopping spree generate record sales of $25 billion. >> just unbelievable. hello from sydney where it is just past 9:00 a.m. we are one hour away from the open of asia's first major markets. >> seemed like everything was for sale during singles' day. just after 5:00 here in new york. another busy week of course. the last leg of president trump's two were in asia. one of the big movers is expected to be alibaba. just a reminder to our viewers of what happened on friday, we ended that longest winning streak in u.s. markets since 2013, an eight week long winning streak ended on friday. nasdaq and dow down, much unchanged. some of the biggest tech shares were among the biggest losers on friday. this week will bring a lot of news including economic reports come inflation. it will be very key before the fed decision next month. haidi: absolutely. doesn't move the needle when it comes
Bloomberg
Apr 9, 2017 6:00pm EDT
threat of north korea. strengthentalks will and help drive forwarded to china. ramy: samsung dials up big numbers with the s8, more than half a million phones sold in the first two days. haidi: and it is just past 8:00 a.m. here. this is daybreak australia. i am haidi lun. we are two hours away from the open of asia's first major market. ramy: it is after 6:00 p.m. in new york. i am ramy inocencio. we will be setting you up for the asia-pacific trading day. good to see you here. a quick recap of how the markets closed friday here in the united states. they hugged the flatline, but day.were harder during the investors worked hard to suggest what was happening from the u.s. to syria and what was happening out of florida. they will get more from president xi and president general -- trump. haidi: it was towards the end of the week where politics took central states. you did see the knee-jerk reaction in markets in asia as well in terms of the meeting, but that gave up gains. love look at the week, because it is big in terms of doing back to data. we have seen lots of details to paint out the
Bloomberg
Mar 26, 2017 6:00pm EDT
data coming out of japan, trade uplation and china might end the week. let's keep caught up with first word news with rosalind chin in hong kong. opec and what independent oil producers are considering an extension of output curve, with people saying there is more time needed to trim the global glut. qe should be seen for another six months after the current program ends in june. they were sure the compliance with current restrictions is high. russia,e moment in among our corporate's, we are performing with the obligations which they impose on themselves. all of the companies want to show commitment and not stand out among the full group. rosalind: opposition leader alexander has been arrested after a demonstration in moscow. the anti-protection group said it was the biggest russia has seen since 2012. the demonstrations came after reports that the president has amassed a fortune including ts andns, got -- yach lance. inquiry in china will look at the behavior of power companies and contracts for presidential and business customers. the prime minister said the markets do not appear to
Bloomberg
Mar 19, 2017 6:00pm EDT
>> china and the u.s. look ahead to toxic and rising tensions over protectionism and north korea. is off the agenda as finance ministers meet, but the u.s. yet to explain why america first will work. >> uber takes a new direction, the president said to quit among eight slew of controversies with the company. >> the battle with traditional cars is over, and suv has one. -- won. >> it is past 9:00 a.m. in sydney this is daybreak a -- australia. the first major market at the start of this brand new trading week, and we are not getting much of a lead from wall street at all. ramy: not yet. it is 6:00 p.m. on new york. good to be with you. we will be looking at all of the action on wall street through the past week and how it will pay into the -- play into the asia-pacific trading day. with you guys and rex tillerson hanging out in north asia, it will be interesting. haidi: that is right. we have the g-20. a lot of action to pull over. -- mull over. the key phrase in the g-20 communique, interesting to see how that goes. let's get a recap of what happened on friday. it was a lackluste
Bloomberg
Sep 3, 2017 6:00pm EDT
overwhelming response. betty: washington has the ability to send itself and its allies. china and russia call for diplomacy. haidi: the e.u. brexit leader loses patience. he said people need to understand the price of quitting. betty: counting the cost, the texas governor said hurricane harvey could be more expensive than hurricane katrina. haidi: hello from sydney where you past 5:00 a.m. this is daybreak australia -- where it is just past 5:00 a.m. this is daybreak australia. betty: we will look at how all of the action over the weekend is going to play into the asia-pacific trading day. our top story today, the only thing that is on investors' minds is the rising threat of nuclear attack by north korea. they have successfully tested a right to bomb, claiming they can put a similar device onto an icbm. north korea saying it has the exclusive force of 100 kilotons, six times greater than the bottom u.s. dropped on hiroshima to end the second world war. to put it mildly, it has investors and everyone in the asia-pacific quite rattled. getting headlines, south korea is holding ballistic missil
Bloomberg
Apr 2, 2017 6:00pm EDT
is slowly draining away. yvonne: president trump has words for china, if you don't start out north korea, america will alone. -- beatinga to be estimates as the countdown to the launch of the new model three in the summer. yvonne: why cryptic messaging apps are becoming a major headache for wall street. haidi: hello from sydney where it is just past 8:00 a.m., this is daybreak australia. we are two hours from the first major market open and the start of a brand-new quarter. yvonne: it is after 6:00 p.m. here sunday in new york. we will be looking at how all of the action in wall street will play into the asia-pacific trading day, and just a reminder of where we closed friday, while you were enjoying your weekend, the markets were still on board. you can see we closed pretty low. you saw a significant drop in the last hour of trade reflecting the nervousness of the market amidst all of the economiccal but also events, the s&p down 0.2%, the points,ed -- fell 65 off 0.3%. this week will be another big one in the u.s. and around the world. you are mentioning how we are awaiting the me
Bloomberg
Feb 26, 2017 5:00pm EST
skeleton crew access to the mine. betty: thanks so much. china ready to allow more companies, 18 months after regulators clamped down. now you can ipo there. we have more with the story. what happened, why this change of heart in china? >> the china securities chination has said that is ready for what they called, appropriately larger supplies of ipo's after a stronger than expected recovery from the 2016 market route, when we lost something like $5 trillion in the markets. the chairman says that the entry of new companies has increased market liquidity and attracts additional capital, and increases confidence of the entire society's strength. previous factors of slowing or suspending ipo's have proven not good, and dismiss concerns that multiple shares can depress the market. he is saying that is not the case. he also said ipo cuts could not face long-term issues. more companies will be allowed to list. there has already been on uptick in the companies that are being approved in 2016, this is seen as a way of boosting support for the economy. china's key focus is stability to read a st
Bloomberg
Jul 16, 2017 6:00pm EDT
gdp numbers out of china later this morning. how that's leveraging and we -- andy risking. >> yeah, that is going to be the big question. most economists think the recovery probably peaked in the first quarter. the consensus estimate is for 6.8% in the second quarter. not much of a different down. what you start to see is producer price inflation is going to decelerate. that is one concern. also, the property market in the tier one cities, some heaps have been taken out of there. we have seen export numbers quite robust. there is stability and the economy. that is why they are going forward with tackling these risks and trying to deleverage throughout the entire economy, taking speculation as well out of the economy and into the equation. getting this growth back into the real economy. we talked about this to cbrc, he said the m2 number is the key indicator. let's hear from them. >> we saw growth in june at a record low. the government has focused on taking news out of the economy and of getting high gdp growth numbers. reducing risk and also which since 2015 has already accounted
Bloomberg
Jun 11, 2017 6:00pm EDT
off the markets in china and india? in those see demand countries for gold, which is --zling to india is still which is puzzling. india is still like a malignant tumor linked to investment on a smaller individual scale. and the demand side of gold is really driven by individuals. betty: before we go, you mentioned facility as well. isn't a concern for those in gold? looking at the u.s. and the measure of volatility, we are among the lowest levels in years. you might say the same for other asset classes like treasuries. where is that volatility? it depends on individual markets. the opportunity is where gold producers don't produce in the u.s. dollar. we seem opportunity for equity investors. in australia we are in a similar situation where the main commodities, iron ore, coal, natural gas, they are all at lows. we have the australian exchange rate which is substantially will behan i expect it in the future. and the short-term volatility is really outweighed by volatility in the currencies, and the opportunity is for buying australian stocks and canadian ancks where we are gettin
Bloomberg
May 29, 2017 6:00pm EDT
china both start trade talks in europe suggesting asia is becoming more important for the e.u. >> hello from sydney. i'm haidi lun. australia."break: >> ain't betty liu. we will be watching what is ahead on wall street and how asia may affect the trade. markets were closed today to commemorate memorial day. no action at all here in the u.s.. we have lots of economic numbers including japan. jobs numbers as well as retail sales data. haidi: that is right. weekjobs at the end of the and the fed trying to get the last word before the june meeting. in asia, a very meandering start to the week for global stocks. we had european stocks hardly moving. china yesterday closed. up about 1% at the moment. the dollar has been trading sideways given the absence of the market catalyst with the holiday start to the week. australia futures showing a downside of about .1%. we do have iron ore trading below $60 a ton for the first time since october. a note today saying they expect headwinds when it comes with a downgrade of china. a reminder of how vulnerable the aussie dollar is. potential fu
Bloomberg
Feb 5, 2017 5:00pm EST
continues to pursue a cease-fire with muslim rebels. in china, policymakers are calling for improved quality and efficiency in the state sector. seven -- stabilized rice and wheat production. it also prioritized what they call soil pollution. the national front leader has said that european experience has failed. she called for protectionism saying that a dysfunctional monetary system is ruining france. global news, 24 hours a day, powered by more than 2600 journalists in more than 120 countries. mrs. bloomberg. thank you so much. president donald trump has been blasted over the latest comments about russia's vladimir putin. the details for us. some more love to russia from trump? more love to russia. basically the question of whether there is moral equivalency. of course, a lot of people here say no it isn't. mr. trump of all people says yes. trump: we got a lot of killers. you think our country is so innocent? exit you saws an from -- an excerpt you saw from fox news, that will air around the super bowl today. interesting -- the reaction has not only been interesting from
Bloomberg
Oct 29, 2017 6:00pm EDT
. trump in asia, 11 days, he is visiting china company by rex tillerson. how will this contrast with the mar-a-lago meeting? especially coming off his high with the chinese party congress last week? jacob: in some ways i think it will be a bit of a continuation of mar-a-lago. it is my belief that the basic and trumps struck at mar-a-lago, which is that the chinese would be more helpful on north korea and the trump administration would hold off on at least the more aggressive trade war antics on the trade front vis-a-vis china, i think that modus operandi will hold also from this meeting, this bitt, and therefore it is a of a status quo continuation visit, and my opinion. haidi: when we go on the whole global vacuum argument? it looked like china was ready to step in, but after the rhetoric of the congress over the last couple of weeks, it doesn't seem like the government model for china is going to change adequately for the presidency to step into that role. jacob: no, let's be clear. north korea is an indication of just how weak china is geopolitically. this is a country that claims
Bloomberg
Jun 8, 2017 6:00pm EDT
upside when it comes to the asx. but looking ahead to some key china inflation's numbers. taking a look at particular the japan open and chicago futures turning red. situation with u.s. features and that big -- yen across gold and u.s. treasuries. risking going on ahead of this count. guy: we had called the show "the we. decides," but i think may need to rethink that title to be honest because the high degree of uncertainty. the u.k. has decided but we are not entirely sure what the u.k. has decided. we are going to find out. let's go to bloomberg first word news. >> thanks so much. fired fbi chief james comey has accused president trump and the white house of lying and defa ming him on testimony on capitol hill. comey said the president -- the presidents explanations were plain and simple. he had detailed memos of the conversation because eager the president would paint a false picture of their encounter. >> the administration then chose and more me importantly the fbi by saying the organization was in disarray, that it was poorly led, that the workforce had lost confidence in its
Bloomberg
Apr 16, 2017 6:00pm EDT
a weekend show of force. china urging calm on both sides. >> australia's opposition leader says a government loan is not justified. veil on itsing the finances for the first time ever. haidi: hello from sydney. this is daybreak australia on this easter monday. betty: a happy easter to you. it is just after 6:00 p.m. your in new york. -- here in new york. we had some surprising news here in the u.s. on friday which show that inflation not robust -- not as robust as we might have expected. falling for the first time in a long while. that indicating to several investors that the trade we have been talking about since trump was elected might not really be planning out. that is what you saw the index is also heavily on friday. the nasdaq down almost half a percent. these tensions with north korea not helping things along either. haidi: that is right. the fragility we are talking about. the sentiment that it could go either way from here. it is quiet on the side of the world in terms of markets. we have no trading today in australia, new zealand, or hong kong. check of currencies underw
Bloomberg
Sep 10, 2017 6:00pm EDT
. growth. haidi: the electric cars, china raises a deadline for the solar powered vehicles. betty: leaks reveal more on the 10th anniversary iphone, the most important new products in years. that will be unveiled tuesday. haidi: no doubt the highlight of the week -- hello from sydney. this is daybreak australia, two hours away from the open of asia's first major market. p.m. int is past 6:00 new york. all eyes are down south and in hasi where hurricane irma reached land. these are live pictures of the miami shoreline, palm trees being knocked around by the wind of 135 miles per hour, category three storm when it hit land. $200 billion is the assessment right now of the damage in the u.s., but that could go higher as we see the storm track interestingly enough west, and area people did not think the storm would hit. haidi: always unpredictable. you cannot track the path of the storm. you can track it using the hurricane go function. let's see this. you talk about the cost, $2 trillion of property being threatened. you want to look at the cost of natural disasters in terms of widespread ec
Bloomberg
Oct 15, 2017 6:00pm EDT
start to accelerate. >> the pboc governor has praise and a warning. they say china is chaining the corporate debt is increasing worry. >> upbeat about australia. good times are reportedly on the way. overseas in units are involved and 500 customers are potentially affected. >> hello from sydney, it is just past 9:00 a.m., we are an hour away from the open of asia's first major market and the start of a new trading week. >> it is just past 6:00 in new york. weekend for central bank policy makers the world. i spent the last three or four days in new york. it is kind of like a monetary rock festival. the final act, the g 30 this weeing in new york, the hours in hong kong. we had janet yellen, kuroda, it was amazing. >> yes, sort of like coachella for nerds. it is interesting. this kind of mantra of saying we are going to get tightening and we are on track, and yellen and draghi are saying inflation will pick up next year. have we all been underestimating it? >> there you go. we will get into this quite a bit through the show, and including the inflation number , a little bit of a sour
Bloomberg
Oct 1, 2017 6:00pm EDT
. haslinda: china's official factory gauge rose to a five-year high, indicating cleaning up the financial sector and the environment on the year, hitting the economy. frommi rose to 52 points 61.7 a month earlier and beat expectations of 51.6. and this survey slipped to 51. china's central bank announced a cut in the amount of cash assets as reserved from next year. does that apply to major banks? 90% of city commercial banks and 90% of rural commercial lending. cuts will range from 0.5 to 1.5 percentage points depending on how much business banks conduct. lenders will be available if they meet the requirement. south korean exports rose to a record last month, the latest sign that trade is underpinning momentum in the global economy. shipments abroad rose for an 11th month, up 35% from a year earlier, driven by demand for semi conductors. it was also beating expectations showing south korea is surviving the war of words between washington and pyongyang. elon musk as a new vision for global travel, saying traveling from new york to shanghai could be done in under 30 minutes. he h
Bloomberg
May 7, 2017 6:00pm EDT
for the economy. they are expecting house price growth to slow. china's foreign exchange reserve increased for a third month as kaiser capital controls is easing currency pressure kept my from flowing out. the pboc withheld $20 billion to end up $23.3 billion. -- trillion. they haven't stockpile. -- have a stockpile. the san francisco fed is looking for three or four rate hikes. he is showing signs of expanding beyond the available rate and operating above potential. employers added 211,000 new jobs in april and the jobless rate fell to 2.4%. >> the economic data the last few months has been consistent with a steadily improving economy, an economy in good shape. maybe we are a bit beyond maximum in terms of a sustainable level of unemployment and inflation indicators on a number are moving in the right direction. rosalind: warren buffett has assured shareholders they will be fine after he has gone. if i died, the stock would go up tomorrow, and speculation about breakups would be a good story. investors are expected to see someone emerge as the next leader. but he hopes that pers
Bloomberg
Feb 20, 2017 5:00pm EST
situation in china. now with a cloud over the world export situation with possible protectionist measures from the u.s., there are concerns across many countries about what will happen into the future. the finance minister said they need to go beyond general stimulus. we need to reposition for the future. this is singapore could get 3% growth every year and the budget did help to work toward achieving this. focus on medium-term measures to boost competitiveness. one surprise with the carbon tax which would be introduced by 2019. that was not an expected measure. haidi: still some surprises from the singapore budget. thanks for that. theill take a look at why bank results could be the best or worst depending on how you look at them. next, australia's prime minister will join us to talk about the economy and what he is doing to salvage the aaa rating. our exclusive interview with malcolm turnbull is next. this is bloomberg. ♪ ♪ haidi: i am haidi lun in sydney. you are watching daybreak australia. economists are tipping growth at 2.4%. the reserve bank seeing expansion of 2-3% i
Bloomberg
Jul 3, 2017 6:00pm EDT
reach last year's record numbers. betty: china and russia say they are getting on famously. the u.s. is warned about a new negative tone. >> hello from sydney. --re just past it :00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. betty: it is just after six a clock p.m. in new york. in the next hour, we will look at the asia-pacific trading day. the markets are now on their holiday break. they closed three hours earlier than usual. it was the same story we saw on friday, which was the tech shares dragging down the momentum in the rally. energy shares, financials listing the indexes. as you see, the nasdaq closing down .5%. the tech sector the worst performer overall. kind of a mixed look right now. setting you up for a softer tone in asia perhaps. pid,i: pretty cap it -- te and understandably going into a shorter trading session. is there a justification for the fed saying that the weakness is transitory. here in asia, looking a little seeingid, but we are tokyo and sydney futures looking high. we are up .1%. the kiwi dollars at 72.90. as the factory data howard the currency ahead. .6%ey futures are up by after two
Bloomberg
Feb 12, 2017 5:00pm EST
here. back offt trump comments about the one china policy. looking at some golfing that it happened before, but they are talking about is the trying to get some happy and optimistic face time. trying to get some happy and optimistic face time. one senior japanese official said they are using the love of golf to be an icebreaker. japan is thethat world's biggest surplus after china. >> that is a point of contention. japan, butrest of president pence is going to take the lead. this is after the economic mr. abe said to trump to come over and golf with me. >> there is also an aspect towards golfing. it seems prime minister oblique does not want to get his hands dirty with the details. his deputy can do that with mike pence. for policy, this could be the start of a replacer for the tpp. they could find bilateral trade ties with those countries that were involved. as far as a new economic going to be are looking at a fiscal monetary policy. it includes infrastructure, energy, tighten security, and i lateral trade. it will be an interesting point of contention here. for japan there is the
Bloomberg
Apr 23, 2017 6:00pm EDT
motors is planning to build an engine plant in china. the facility will be based in ane finance province -- hun province. they will build outlander suv's. the construction of the $90 million plant will begin at the end of the year with construction in december to end 2018. haidi: preparing for decades of pain as the internet disrupt the economy. he told a conference at the world must change education systems and establish how to work with robots in order to deal with automation and the internet economy. he hit out at traditional banking saying lending must be made available to more people. priced themarble has top of the targeted range. that means they should get as really as $2.3 billion, giving it of more than $11 billion. it is the largest for south korea, expecting to start trading in may. we will talk about net marble in a few minutes. emmanuel and marine le pen prepare for aemmanuel and marinn prepare for a runoff. [please stand by] ♪ with xfinity x1... family time is awesome! show me the radio disney music awards. just say it and see it with the x1 voice remote. and you
Bloomberg
Jul 9, 2017 6:00pm EDT
. referring to him as the republic of china, which is the official name of the island. actually president of the people's republic of china. global news 20 hours per day powered by 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. this is bloomberg. >> we are going to stick with the g-20. a bit more particularly when it comes to the exception on -- >> the prime minister and trump had a conversation in the back of the presidential limo. assurances that australia will be exempt from the tough tariffs putting on steel imports. that is going to be a relief for australian companies, not the least which produces half a million tons of painted steel in the united states. there are persons familiar with -- it seems the u.s. is more concerned about chinese overproduction and steel dumping relatively small imports. the prime minister meeting with -- to finally's a trade agreement with the eu. looking to stitch up a free-trade deal there. indonesia, meeting up with the prime minister at the g-20. looks like we are going to conclude a free-trade deal there. >> plenty action on the t
Bloomberg
Nov 5, 2017 5:00pm EST
north korea high on the agenda. >> the new warnings about getting china, joe shaw trend says the system is significantly more honorable. for your earnings had a record of that debt charge and drop. the final dividend will be 94 of share. >> the crackdown puts prince mohammed on the cusp of the throne. billionaire investor out the need is among those. hello from sydney, we're just past 9:00 a.m. this is "bloomberg daybreak: australia." we are an hour away from the opening of the major market. >> it's just after 5:00 p.m. in new york, i'm betty liu. over the weekend, the incredible news out of saudi arabia, the -- 11 of 11 ministers princes, for ministers, dozens of current senior officials. it was prince al believe in so all and his arrest that stunned the markets and pretty much every single senior head of state. he was arrested at his desert kevin. making seen this prince a huge investment all around the world, particularly here in the u.s.. by investorss about what might happen when the markets open, given this breaking news over the weekend. , the 50the him richest person in the worl
Bloomberg
Oct 22, 2017 6:00pm EDT
appreciated in the regional community and also japan. with a rising china and its behavior in east china sea and south china sea. japan's preference under prime minister abe and arguably under previous prime ministers is to tie the relationship to the build states more deeply, more coordination and corporation between the lines. what we have seen from abe, reaching out to countries in southeast asia and asia, the amount, the philippines and australia to form strategic partnerships. these are nimble relationships that are not a military reliance but away japan has been building capacity, providing interoperability for countries to the consumption more smoothly with each other. function more smoothly with each other. he needs this to push back against the assertiveness of the chinese military. haidi: it was interesting, one of the things the chinese president said, he spoke about the actions in the south china sea as one of the achievements of his first five years, and he was talking about the idea of boosting the military and creating a superpower some of the strongest nation in the world
Bloomberg
Jul 23, 2017 6:00pm EDT
backdrop coming through. demand, growth in china has been better than expected. so that is starting to play its part as well. it might creep up on the market if people don't keep an eye on it. haidi: we have had commodities overall do quite well. iron ore in particular. what is happening there? daniel: i think the market was overly bearish on the demand side. there was a lot of skepticism about demand particularly with those constraints on the housing market in china. the infrastructure side has met all instrumentation -- expectations in the growth story. that has resulted in the steel mills becoming more bullish on the outlook, and that has enabled them to restock into the second half. haidi: have you had to renew your projections? daniel: we have been more bullish. haidi: not yours in particular. daniel: the market has been all over the place. they are ranging from $40 to $70, a huge context. the market has had to reset the expectations. it has been a big part of that so far. we are seeing that stabilize now . we would need to see a few more months of positive economic growth and num
Bloomberg
Sep 24, 2017 6:00pm EDT
needs nuclear weapons. china says on earth tremor detected on saturday was not artificially triggered. the growing dispute over the u.s. national has to -- anthem has joined stevie wonder. he made his protest in new york at the president trump said athletes who fail to stand for the anthem should be fired. trump also canceled a white house invitation for steph curry in a twitter rant that brought condemnation. global news -- global news 24 hours a day powered by over 2700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries. i'm rosalind chin, this is bloomberg. germany, the euro fell against the dollar after the german election result. chancellor angela merkel came out on top, but now faces tough coalition talks after her current partner, the fpb ruled out a deal. bloomberg europe anchor caroline hector joins us from berlin. the results already tell a story, don't they? the christian democrats party, the one merkel leads got about a third of the vote, but they dropped nine percentage points from the last election. then we have the rise of this far right party, is this part of the general m
Bloomberg
May 14, 2017 6:00pm EDT
haidi: china lays the foundations for a new east-west railroad, and is the project of the century. victims in 150 countries. the weekend cyberattacks may strike again this week. haidi: the world's biggest miner is having a makeover. set for a name change and a new image. betty: g7 finance ministers taking a pragmatic view of trade. they simply -- steven mnuchin said the u.s. deserves the right to be protectionist. haidi: i am haidi lun. this is daybreak australia. we are moments away from the opening of the first major markets. .etty: i am betty liu we are looking at how all the action on wall street will play into the asia-pacific trading day, kind of a whimper in how we ended trade on friday. retail sales numbers we are looking at friday morning coming in and missing estimates for the most part, so we will get more data this week that will include numbers on the housing market that will lead to more clues whether or not the big consumer demand we have seen in the u.s. driving the u.s. markets, whether that is peering out or not. on friday we close down, the dow was down 20 point
Bloomberg
Mar 5, 2017 5:00pm EST
%. no surprises that of china, but i will be one of the main stories we are expecting in australia markers when i gets underway. let's get caught up with news with sophie kamaruddin hong kong. the echoes of the: -- sophie? the claims came via breitbart news, the whitening outlet -- right-wing outlet formally won by white wing white house- strategist steve bannon. french presidential candidate friends walking young has again rejected calls to step down, the conservative is accused of using wife andney to pay his children for carrying out fictitious jobs. he denies carrying out the fellow but his politicians have abandoned him. prime minister shinzo abe has strengthened his grip on japan, allowing -- the democratic party their- now allowing leader to remain in office for three consecutive's term. thatche bank has confirmed it plans to address concerns about capital levels by raising more than $8 billion. ceo john cryan has been within the past eight years of plotting the past eight years of legal investigations, and law offer of a partial sales of glitches asset management unit -- th
Bloomberg
Aug 13, 2017 6:00pm EDT
entered china with a new update. betty: macau is seeing 12 straight month of higher casino revenue. we hear from the ceo. haidi: hello from sydney where it is past 8:00 a.m. this daybreak australia. we are a few hours from the major market open. betty: it is after 6:00 p.m. sunday evening in new york. what a weekend it has been so far. we caps off friday with -- capped off friday with some gains in the indexes. you can see the dow jones just ekeing out that game, the nasdaq higher. the s&p also higher as well. numbers, from friday, making people think the fed will not raise interest rates as much or as quickly as some might expect. but we saw this over the weekend, the tragedy in charlottesville, president trump under fire now as we mentioned for his response. we will see if that will affect any type of agenda the white house -- for the white house. we are listening to news on north korea. haidi: the idea of political discord is in the u.s. and if that will affect the policy agenda, what that means or the fed going forward. have the follow the loser, follow the leaders sentiment. u.s.
Bloomberg
Jun 25, 2017 6:00pm EDT
take the money or stick with one of their biggest customers, improving verification in china as well. a lot for them. betty: a big day for crown resorts as well, the trial of 19 staff members, gambling related offenses. that starts today. are we expecting fireworks? paul: the whole thing has been opaque, and the fireworks would be inside the courtroom because the chore -- the trial is closed. what is at stake is the 19 crown employees, markets the gambling services. cross that line, you could be in serious trouble in china. we may have a verdict later today. crown has been doing what it can to find high-profile lawyers. this is one of the best in china. pharmaceutical companies several years ago. it will be an interesting day for crown. betty: very interesting, and certainly the next step in the ongoing saga. we have a lot more ahead on daybreak australia, president trump meeting with narendra modi. and these of topping the agenda. what will come out. oil fell for a fifth week, but is there an upside for opec? this is bloomberg. ♪ ♪ betty: good morning, i am betty lou in new
Bloomberg
Jun 4, 2017 6:00pm EDT
picking up, proving financing conditions could be coming back. china's biggest homemaker and one of the biggest coal-fired power generators are in talks of a merger. the talks are at an early stage and may not proceed. units have been notified by their parent company -- companies' significant matters. saysnn chairman terry google and amazon are supporting him for the stewardship of the toshiba memory chip unit. the out word -- they offered financial support. they had interest in buying the units. japanese authorities want a domestic better to step forward to prevent technology from going abroad. unitba's strictly nuclear has reached a two-week lockout in new hampshire. they had a three-year contract which would run through to may 2020. the deal covers 172 employees who will return to work on monday. no details have been released. global news 24 hours a day, powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. i am shery ahn, this is bloomberg. betty: we have got several big interviews coming up on bloomberg television later in the program. we are being join
Bloomberg
Jul 4, 2017 6:00pm EDT
♪ >> russia and china say they will work together on north korea and say the u.s. should start holding her games with the south. scarlet: pyongyang claiming its latest rocket launch was an icbm. hot povertynd's market begins to cool with prices rising last month. the heatijing turns up on mobile gaming, accusing $.10 of harming children in profit. >> hello from sydney. this is daybreak australia. it's just after 6 p.m. in new york. the markets were closed today. the fireworks have not started yet. we are still several hours away from that here, but we saw some fireworks over the last few weeks in the markets. the expectation is where are we going to see when the markets open up tomorrow? are these tech shares going to sell off and what about the dance we see from various markets, except australia. a very interesting statement that came out there. let's get a check on how the markets are trading that you have new zealand opening up their. a softer tone right at the open. housing prices look to be finally cooling off in new zealand. on the flipside, in australia, household that h
Bloomberg
Feb 19, 2017 5:00pm EST
gains over the past week or so. >> china has called for renewed international talks. the beijing foreign minister made the call after meeting south korean officials in munich, warning pushing pyongyang into a corner would not work. suspended allhina coal exports from the north in compliance with you and resolutions. coal is north korea's the us export. the south korean president has asked the south korean court to delay hearings by a week and asked to give them more time to prepare for closing arguments. it said it would review the requests. it has widened to include the biggest industrial conglomerate. he was arrested friday on allegations including bribery, embezzlement and perjury. including a program $14 million loan package is part to helpger bailout deal mongolia with its upcoming debt repayment. economic growth slowed to 1% in 2016 as commodity prices fell. world's worsthe performing currencies. bank hask the mongol stated clearly that exchange rates are important to him and he does not want to defend any particular exchange rate because and economy, especially a mining to
Bloomberg
Oct 8, 2017 6:00pm EDT
korea, keeping some bowls at bay. -- bulls and they. china is finally opening up where you are after golden week. paul: it will be an interesting day with china coming back online and the first opportunity for markets here to make something of a mixed bag of job numbers out of the u.s.. let's take a look at what has happened. new zealand has been open a little while, trading up ever so slightly, almost flat. the kiwi dollar is weaker. we are expecting to have news of the government being formed in new zealand by thursday, although that could slip. let's look at futures in australia. currently, also kind of flat. about six points right now. strengthening a little it hit a three-month low over the weekend. aussie-kiwi-- the rate. let's look at commodities. gold up one quarter of 1%. crude still below the $50 per barrel mark. iron ore coming up and coke and coal slipping slightly. let's get the first word news. secretary-general says output restrictions are rebalancing the oil markets, but further steps may be needed. the current curbs expire in march and he says a growing consensus is
Bloomberg
Mar 12, 2017 6:00pm EDT
china. he wins the big state india and is expected to in the second term as prime minister. betty: and we will look ahead to the fed decision in the countdown to brexit. heidi: this is daybreak australia. we are one hour away from asia upon first major market for the start of the trading week. after 6:00s just here in new york. for the next hour, we will look on wallll the action street will play into the trading day. it is another countdown. we were counting down to the jobs report and that was a fantastic report on the economy, but left people puzzled. looks like we are going to raise interest rates -- now what. look at what the fed officials are going to say what's coming next. you saw the markets on friday. they were higher but it to a low over the session before climbing back. the s&p closing up .3% in the doubt up 40 point. -- the dow up 40 points. expect a lot of uncertainty when the markets open here. number verypayrolls whateverliminating doubt there was that the fed would be able to go with a hike this week. taking a look globally, there's a lot of stuff for investors and tra
Bloomberg
Jul 30, 2017 6:00pm EDT
shares ending unchanged. we have a lot of data points to pmior asia, including china , manufacturing pmi, and services pmi numbers. haidi: that is right, that will be the key data point we are watching today and going through the rest of this week, certainly the implications in the australian market. look at how things are faring in the early asian session, the kiwi dollar 70 5.09. the u.s. dollar index resuming declines against all of the peers except for the swiss franc. we saw the biggest decline in the friday session in a month, 24 points to the outside when it came to asx futures. the aussie dollar shy of opening $.80. we will speak to someone in a few minutes, saying it could be sneaky. the policy meeting gets underway this week as well. a quick check on commodities, gold had been up in the session, up 0.1%. crude 49.98 when it came to wti. oil with the best week of the year with renewed hopes that they are rebalancing, that opec and its partners are committed to the curbs output. it is up 0.7%. let's get you caught up with first word news. good morning. security has been rampe
Bloomberg
Jul 2, 2017 6:00pm EDT
>> china's latest hong kong connect started today. giving access to the $10 trillion bond market. betty: what is next for slowing inflation? what is on the back burner. confusionertainty and as they attempt the nationwide sales tax. india, andw dawn in singapore thinks the people see the prime minister's family feud is damaging the city. haidi: hello where it is just past 8:00 a.m. this is a break australia. we are two hours away from the open of the first major markets. betty: it is past 6:00 p.m. in new york. we will look at all of wall street on friday and how it will play into the asia-pacific trading day. kind of an unwelcome gift was given to investors right before the long holiday weekend. the selloff in tech shares really dragging down the index, speaking the markets at the beginning -- spooking the markets. we are passed july 1. let's take a look at the second half of the year. will we see is global stocks that we have have been the best-performing asset class out of all of the others, gold, the euro, dollar. we will see if the technology shares volatility continues. we
Bloomberg
Apr 30, 2017 6:00pm EDT
haidi: china's recent growth spurt may be running out of steam as games are declining after two quarters -- mark: after -- haidi:after weak recovery. sony is on track, tracking a profit. betty: and turning up the heat on north korea, saying all options are on the table. sydney urgesfrom past 8:00 a.m. it is daybreak australia, two hours away from the opening of the first major markets. p.m.: it is just past 6:00 in new york. we will be looking at key economic data over the weekend and how that will play into the asia-pacific trading day. let's recap how the u.s. markets closed on friday. a reminder, estimates softer, personal spending numbers also weaker than expected. the dow falling 40 points, the nasdaq and the s&p all closing lower, but fairly. pretty much flat. futures are trading, just picking up in the morning session here in monday. you can see barely unchanged. not a lot of movement like last weekend when we were watching the french elections and that impact on the markets. that is right, and it could be about geopolitics going election next week. and the heightened ten
Bloomberg
Nov 19, 2017 5:00pm EST
china. this is "daybreak: australia." we are still an hour away from the start of asia's major market. betty: a brand-new week, but it will be a short week. it is just after 5:00 p.m. in new york. the thanksgiving holiday break already. last week we saw a second decline in u.s. stock. we ended on a red note. the s&p and dow off by about one or two points as well. decline, twoek of an a row since august. it continues to dog investors. where is the fed going to go next year? beheadedl tax reform and will we get it done by the end of this year? these research notes coming through last week. you have this market, nothing seems to bother it. you have something skittish starting to build, it seems like every headline might comes to that tax reform seems to be hurting the markets as well. we get this brand-new trading week started, let's take a look at new zealand where trading is underway. at about 1/10 of 1%. australia, coupled members speaking early this morning about financial stability. cindy futures with a little bit of a downside. low -- lowest since june. with somes dropping c
Bloomberg
Jun 18, 2017 6:00pm EDT
betty: the china backed infrastructure bank alleges to step up if the game, boosting membership. betty: i'd gear after the brexit vote, negotiations are set to begin. david davis and another will be in brussels. haidi: comments from the governor, seeing signs of improvement in the australian economy. betty: confusion and contradiction, president donald trump said he is under investigation. his lawyer said that is not true. haidi: hello from sydney where it is past 8:00 a.m. this is daybreak australia. the first major markets open. betty: it is after 6:00 a.m. in hong kong. i have come all the way here. i am almost where you are. we are looking at all the action on wall street playing into the asia-pacific trading day. all this week we are here in hong kong covering the u.s. and asian markets. along with political stories we are tackling later in the hour including brexit and toshiba's semiconductor unit, a huge corporate story. we want to get viewers caught up with u.s. stocks at the end of the day friday, and it was tech shares. a lot of focus on the big tech stocks and how the
Bloomberg
Aug 6, 2017 6:00pm EDT
a halt. regional tensions in manila. they say beijing's actions in the south china sea have you wrote it trust. >> gathering for the annual conference. m&a and strengthening the agenda. >> it is just fast 8:00 a.m. this is "daybreak: australia." after 6:00 p.m. on sunday evening in new york. we will look at how the action on wall street will play into the trading day. a reminder for our viewers in asia how the jobs report came in economists estimated. all parts of the economy are doing better on the jobs front, including areas that economists thought were left behind. they seem to be coming back. that is why you saw markets higher on friday. you can see closing out the week, the tao of 66 points, s&p higher by .2%. very key earnings to watch out for. it is not earnings i want to look at. let's hop into my bloomberg. we are looking at the dollar, which has been on a percentage decline. a lot say that expectations for a rate hike are fading. look at this click pop in the dollar. many wonder if this is based on the economic data or finally a reversal of the long trend of or therer
Bloomberg
Sep 17, 2017 6:00pm EDT
. front waiting on china prices. on the markets, you are right. business as usual with the s&p up 2.5 thousand points. the first market up and running, up 1/5 of 1%. the new zealand dollar weaker against the greenback, the election looming in new zealand. every time the lead changes, the dollar changes with it. it will be a close race on saturday. we are poised to follow the u.s. higher from there in plus of -- closeheir impressive yesterday. meanwhile, the aussie gates strength against the kiwi -- gains strength against the kiwi. gold price is weaker, signaling the goings on in north korea, oil prices are down, iron ore prices slumped 2.5%, a little volatile of late. other news around the world, let's get to first word news with tom mackenzie in beijing. energye international agency says the lack of new investment in oil production is stoking supply and unstable prices. output that state will fault without new exploration even as demand grows is shrinking. first -- third consecutive increase in london and has risen almost 10% in a month. the new zealand dollar is a clear broader of w
Bloomberg
Aug 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
dynamic of the steel industry, the utilization of plants in china, location, and ongoing reforms that are leading to less efficient plants being closed down. that is having quite an impact on the demand for the different quantity of products notwithstanding the headline iron ore price. it is holding up quite well, and we will expected to maintain this $70 plus for the remainder of the year. haidi: is that comparatively, if you look at the other forecasts out there, even a more conservative view? paul: i suppose we have had a rocky year to start. $100s quite high touching a ton for the first quarter, then we experienced quite a trough through the second quarter. we could argue around the semantics of the for your yearage, but -- the four average, but we will have consensus upgrades through australia. mathematically if they sustained $75 a level from this point forward, i would expect the numbers to be increasing from that level for sure. betty: these miners have done a pretty good job of managing their debt or what debt they do have. the focus is on how they are deploying their capital
Bloomberg
May 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
have the potential, a great big deal in health sector. paul: this is the consortium with china's pagoda investments, looking to buy icon cancer care for a billion australian can -- dollars. that is 45 billion u.s. dollars. that is according to familiar people, so no comment from any of the companies involved. it is being sold by private equity, which was back in 2014. ,con is of significant size 77,000 patient visits, one of australia's largest providers of cancer care. we are still waiting for confirmation of this deal from the parties involved. and talking about cancer care, it has been shifting his focus to philanthropy. he is doing something quite big as well. paul: there will be a significant announcement on the luminaries involved including the prime minister of the opposition leader andrew forrest, said to be making a decision in the hundreds of millions of dollars. this would be the largest in from a livingtory person. there have been larger ones bequeathed, wills. this would be for a variety of causes including cancer research funding. he is saying this will be a significant po
Bloomberg
Aug 27, 2017 6:00pm EDT
-- saying washington would maintain pressure with china and other allies to move kim jong-un to negotiation. tillerson had praised north korea for showing strength. >> we hope this is the beginning of this signal we are looking for they are ready to restrain their level attention. they are ready to restrain vocative action, and perhaps -- provocative action. perhaps we could see dialog. we want to see more on the steps they've taken thus far. factory output last month was low, the economy showed resilience. the industry maintained a profit surge in july, 16.5%. investors could tackle capacity ahead of the key party congress this fall. we have another talk this thursday with manufacturing released. global news 24 hours a day, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. this is bloomberg. ♪ fed chair janet yellen and president mario draghi led jackson hole up in the air where monetary policy heads next, but the contract in an interview with the bloomberg economics editor, governor kuroda made his position crystal clear despite his counterparts
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