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Bloomberg
Jun 2, 2017 2:30am EDT
far as carmen and missions and the blue line is china. so china as we know is the biggest polluter in the world. but if you break it down per noita, it's fascinating that other country pollutes more per capita, with the exception of australia, the united arab emirates, we are right up there with the worst offenders. as does this play out as far , richard branson was saying, our grandchildren are concerned? >> this is historically the u.s., the u.s. is the world's biggest emitter. you look at pollution dumped into the atmosphere, in all time, not just climate change reacts and take stock at eight of the year, the u.s. has gotten rich from polluting, going back talks between who is responsible for climate change. therefore who should pay for. china has said it remains committed to tackling climate change and recognizes its responsibility, both in country visions to climate change, it also it's going middle-class is unhappy with their smoggy cities. to bring it back to a bloomberg perspective, the u.s. gotten rich off a response to climate change, clean energy. germany has, as well. p
Bloomberg
Dec 1, 2016 2:30am EST
china. the medals are definitely doing well. as you can see on the commodity board. they continue to power ahead after the massive move we saw yesterday. the dollar is weakening, we down by .3 of 1%. mnucll watch what stephen hin does. still trying to understand the parameters of what this new cabinet is way to look like. that is a significant factor. we will continue to talk about it. bond markets waiting for data, there is an awful lot of data coming out of europe. let me run you through where the fair value is. we are expecting a negative start for european markets. the stock safety cooled down by .3 of 1%. let's catch you up on everything else you need to know. let's get the bloomberg first word news. juliette: china's official factory gates has climbed to match a post 2012 high thanks to a credit your recovery of heavy industry. the manufacturing pmi rose to 51.7 in november. beating estimates. at the same time, and put prices jumped to the strongest rating since march 2011, signaling that inflationary pressures may be building in the world's second-largest economy. u.s. trea
Bloomberg
Jun 21, 2017 2:30am EDT
market. this story, it is important. it is not just a china story, it is a whole bunch of other things. story, the argentina absolutely fascinating. let's get a first word news up date. juliette: the saudi crown prince has been replaced. son'snsolidates the king's power. belgian soldiers have shot assist the assailant after a explosion at the train station. it was a vector did after 8:30 p.m. -- a vacuum we did after 8:30 p.m. -- evacuated after 8:30 p.m. u.s., a republican has defeated a well-funded opponent in georgia. it is a setback for democrats. she won in a suburban atlanta sincect held by the gop 1979. despite raising less money than the democratic opponent. global news, 24 hours a day. this is bloomberg. : let's get back to the uber story. resigned may be the wrong word. it looks like we may have had senior shareholders decide. this is the world's most viable private company. matt: a lot of controversy there. he seems to have been pushed out by the largest shareholders yesterday, demanding his ouster. ofause there are allegations sexual harassment. allegations of a little bit
Bloomberg
Apr 3, 2017 2:30am EDT
addressed north korea's nuclear threat unilaterally" if china doesn't cooperate. the comments in the u.k.'s financial times, head of a summit this week between the u.s. president and his chinese counterpart, xi jingping. trump says he will discuss north korea when he hosts xi on thursday and friday. meanwhile, donald trump's son-in-law is the latest example of his expanding foreign policy role. two administration official said, on condition of anonymity, that kushner is senior advisor to the president and his traveling with joint chiefs of staff. the official didn't detail his job or share in itinerary. south africa's parliamentary speaker is considering a request for a debate in opposition to nonconfidence and president jacob zuma after he made sweeping cabinet changes, which party officials say was done without consultation. zuma and his cabinet would have to resign if it succeeds. three of the u.k.'s top officials are heading abroad to bang the drum for the country's businesses ahead of brexit. prime minister theresa may be gives a trip to jordan and saudi arabia. meanwhile, the chancell
Bloomberg
Nov 10, 2017 2:30am EST
development strategies and on boosting interconnected development for common prosperity. is from china, but it belongs to the world. it is rooted in history, but it is the future. asian,us is on the european and african continents, but it is open to all other partners. i am confident that the launch of the belt and road initiative will create a broader and more dynamic platform for asia-pacific corporations. [applause] fourth, we should continue to make economic development more inclusive and deliver its benefits to our people. headwindst confronting economic globalization is mostly generated by the lack of inclusiveness and development. bring the benefits of development two countries across the globe and people across our society and turn our vision into reality, then hard work is still needed. years, we haveew actively explored ways to promote inclusive development and have built strong consensus about it. we should deepen regional economic integration, develop an open and inclusive market, and strengthen the bond of shared interests. we should make inclusiveness and sharing a part of our
Bloomberg
May 29, 2017 2:30am EDT
china, asia, europe, making sure we are seeing continued, good momentum. obviously in the united states there is a lot of uncertainty about tax policy, and others, how they will end up. that is something outside the fed's control. i just watch those developments, as everyone does. but those could clearly have an effect on the u.s. outlook over the next few years. 'd want greater clarity about those proposals, and that will be something i will incorporate. haslinda: you touch on china, saying it is what you are watching. are you concerned about the slowdown? >> some are concerned about the slowdown in china, because it's a ratcheting down of growth which is exactly what you should expect and should be looking for. en to six,rom to that's a sign of realism, feasible growth. what worries me in china is not the steer or -- not this year or next year, it's the pretty significant buildup of debt and risk in their financial system, which poses more of a risk over the next five or so years. china has been able to manage those risks and come up with ways to get through that in the past, s
Bloomberg
Nov 2, 2016 3:30am EDT
the industry. the conception side is really quite stable. china is doing as it has in previous years. it is not study. the u.s. is quite stable. europe is still chipping away. from that point of view, i would say we are in a constructive market. guy: how do i make 10% in commodities? christoph: i would say you have to look at spreads. i think there would be a strong distortion between individual commodities. you see that this year, when metals like team that went up 60%. that in itself bears a lot of how to goyou know long and short the commodities. the second is, if you look at relative value between commodity sectors -- you look at the agricultural space versus the mental space, which in itself is no direct correlation. commodityltural products have been treated since metals, there is a pattern. caroline: i want to go back to a comment you made about china. you see manufacturing is going relatively great guns at the moment, in terms of pmi numbers in china. that seems to go in long -- in lockstep with the metals. you see how they seem to be dragging each other higher. today, metals
Bloomberg
Jan 5, 2017 2:30am EST
borrowing costs surge in china. are we heading for a repeat of january 2016? deutsche bank is said to be considering funding private equity firms to buy distressed loans. how will the u.s. authorities react? let's talk about the markets. i'm going to do gmm first. a quick look at what is happening around the world. japanese yen, big move. trading 116.01. we are seeing a weaker dollar. the bloomberg dollar index down 0.6%. the danish krone is moving. the euro is up 0.5% against the dollar. the dollar, despite fed fears, is actually going down. take a look at the commodity markets as well. there's a big china story. zinc on the move today. you are also seeing copper on the move as well. familiar to the beginning of last year. lunar new year is coming up very shortly. the markets on the move. here's the bloomberg first word news with juliette saly. juliette: thank you. donald trump has picked a wall street insider to the his top regulator despite railing against the industry on the campaign trail. clayton toinate jay head the sec. clayton has represented financial firms throughout his
Bloomberg
Jul 17, 2017 2:30am EDT
world. the big caps came under pressure today. that is interesting. the data out of japan, out of china. expectations,eat matched what we had this time around. as a result of which, it generally, there seems to be a sense of optimism this morning. excuse the cricketing story in asia this morning. the chinese equity markets fell, which is interesting as well. the s&p was up .5% friday. the banks were down despite some actually fairly good numbers from the likes of jpmorgan. the aussie dollar coming a little bit of pressure this morning. of ad been on something terribly. let us give you a picture of what is happening in the quantity space. there is a china effect. copper story.e there is copper as you can see trading up by 1.29%. we have already shown you the full value. do not need to do that. let us talk about what is happening around the world. here is juliette saly. guy, thank you. u.s. president donald trump is planning to evaluate options for his medications set up. according to a person familiar with the president's thinking, a longtime attorney is likely to be eased into a less pr
Bloomberg
Oct 25, 2017 2:30am EDT
well in the elections. plenty of other stories out there. we're watching what is happening in china and figuring out what is happening and the u.s., data dropping in the u.k., interesting trend stories out there that are worth paying attention to. let's get a bloomberg first word news update juliette:. juliette:china's president has unveiled a new leadership lineup that includes no potential heirs. all five men appointed to join old to rule for a decade. that breaks with a succession system and raises the chances he might seek to stay in office be on to 2022. >> we will build on the good momentum to continue modernizing china's system and capacity for governments. and make efforts to comprehensively reform and open china still wider to the world. juliette: jeff flake has become the second republican senator to donald trump. he will not seek reelection and then delivered a blistering attack from the senate for describing his actions as reckless, outrageous, and undignified. the remarks followed a series of interviews in which tennessee center -- senator bob corker denounced trump. fi
Bloomberg
Oct 24, 2016 2:30am EDT
economy ministry has reopened a review of its china branch. although exxon did not specify the decision that come to germany seeks control as a foreign investor in europe and companies. euela merkel has called for measures to give government expanded power to block or impose conditions on shareholdings of non-eu companies. phillips had seen third-quarter since thee 14% personal health and diagnosis treatment businesses improve. the ceo is sharpening its focus on growing in the health care market. this year, the dutch company sold shares of a division in an ipo and will sell its component business in the second half of the year. banks in the u.k. will start relocating operations as -- out of the country by the end of the year as london looks to lose access to the eu single market. that is according to the head the british banking association. hands areown said quivering over the relocate but for studies in many smaller banks plebiscite relocations before christmas, with bigger ones expected to start in the first quarter of next year. reducingpes of reduction have been hit by the
Bloomberg
Dec 9, 2016 2:30am EST
-- surpassing the 200 votes threshold. china's official factory gain inflation gauge rose to the highest levels since late 2011 last month. the producer price index jumped three point 3% from a year earlier, beating economist expectations. consumer prices rose. it suggests the world's second-largest economy may be poised for inflation again. gold is heading for its worst slump in more than one year. a weeklyrices set for loss. eroding an annual gain. this of course is fed rate hike expectations boosting the dollar. u.s. equities at record levels, luring money out of the haven. global news, 24 hours a day, powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. you veryette, thank much indeed. let us talk about some of the news we have been breaking while juliette has been speaking. china's leader, xi jinping will not be seeking a second term. along citing family reasons for not running, obviously, the politics between china and hong kong are quite tense at the moment as we continue to watch what happened in terms of the developments in there. the currency on the mo
Bloomberg
Sep 18, 2017 2:30am EDT
waterline here. let's talk about the data we are getting out, the news from china. is dropping a plan for foreign axis to its financial sector. won is a significant shift a desired by many leading financial institutions. it doesn't come without some risk and a market that has a disagree of centralization, but poses some risks surrounding that sector. chart for you. this is credit for the nonfinancial sector of gdp in china. we have peaked and we are coming off and this is bs data and i am wondering if this will allow foreigners to look at chinese assets and say, this starts to become a more desirable place to put my money. the tail risks are fading a little bit and you put the next to the fact the pboc is allowing foreign institutions to access those markets. prospectso different in terms of what is happening with china. the flip side is what is happening the fed. off,olicy meeting kicking investors focusing on what we will find out when we talk to the fed and see what will be going on with the fed whether or not were exactly how this story will be developing. let's get back to o
Bloomberg
Mar 9, 2017 2:30am EST
. guagete: china's factory prices surged last month in fastest pace since 2008. the rate rose 7.8%, coming in higher than estimates. ison mobil might separate 4.8 billion euro specialty chemicals business after rejecting an unsolicited bid for the company from u.s. rival ppg industries. azko said the proposal substantially undervalued the company and was not in the interest of the stakeholders. oil has halted losses after the biggest drop in more than one year yesterday. that came as record u.s. crude stockpiles raised doubts about the effectiveness of opec led experts. wti threatened to slip below $50 for the first time since december into stockpiles rose to the highest level in weekly government data since 1982. royal dutch shell will sell all of its undeveloped oil interests in canada. the company also plans to reduce the share in the project to 10% from 60%, knitting the anglo dutch but is there $7.25 billion. -- the anglo dutch producer $7.25 billion. deutsche bank's investors are planning to purchase shares. china'sroyal family and hna group are considering boosting their stakes in t
Bloomberg
Dec 22, 2016 2:30am EST
of north korea's nuclear and missile threats and the territorial row with china. expectation is growing that monte dei paschi may be bailed out. lurell probably fail to sufficient demand. the debt swap with half coming from investors. they got the green light for a 20 billion euro bank rescue fund. new zealand's economy expanded faster than forecast last quarter as construction boomed and consumer spending increased. .hird quarter gpd -- gdp rose the economy expanded less than forecast from a year earlier coming in at 3.5%. the kiwi dollar traded at a near six-month low following the data. global news 24 hours a day, powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. is bloomberg. guy: another day passes and we have tripled trump action this time. first up president-elect summoned the two largest u.s. defense contractors to his resort in florida. he's looked to the ceos of boeing and lockheed martin about cutting costs for both fighter jets and the new air force one. this is the f-35 and the new air force one. >> we will get it done for less than that
Bloomberg
Jan 6, 2017 2:30am EST
updates its listing. trade troubles. china set to be considering significant retaliation if donald trump delivers on his protectionist promises. how far could follow spread? it is job day. obama set to hand over his successor the best stretch of jobs growth since the night -- 1990's. can trump deliver wage growth? what's happening around the your gmm, yen down by 7/10 of 1%. still trading 116. dollar, british pound 3/10 of 1%. bloomberg dollar index up by 2/10 of 1%. in terms of bond market, we are waiting and watching to see exactly what happens a little later on with that. the spread between boones and treasuries, just beginning to tighten up a little bit. this talk about where we are in the weei and will reach the markets to go in 28 minutes. london looks like it will hold, but the rest of the spread across europe looks like it will be negative. payrolls will have a big contributor factor later on in the afternoon. let's get the first word news. >> thank you. the offshore yuan has paid its record weekly rally is china's central banks raised its fixing less than expected. goldman
Bloomberg
Jan 2, 2018 2:30am EST
. cash equity trade less than 30 minutes away. guy: china starting the year with a bang. manufacturing pai -- pmi surging. the yuan and stocks strengthening. i'll show you the numbers. will europe follow suit? iran unrest, the death toll -- withas clashes clashes. president trump calls for change. bitcoin, the cryptocurrency starts 2018 with a slide for the first time since 2015. has it peaked in the short-term? let's talk about the first trading session of the year. the real story thus far is what is happening in china. a heads up of the story in europe and the united states. we will see a strong start stateside. it was a weak close to 2017, we will be up .4% on the data. .2% on the s&p the ftse 100 could be a laggard, but not by much. asia iscy coming out of a relatively strong one. the picture out of china looking good. the data are coming through at the get go of the year looking favorable. we can talk about that and then we have the performance of the eight shares doing well in hong kong. on the gmm, we get a picture around what is going on. the dollar is the week b
Bloomberg
Dec 19, 2016 2:30am EST
alongside matt miller in berlin. what we watching? is trump out of his debt? the u.s. china relationship enters deepwater over a need to drown. how frosty could this relationship between beijing and washington get? are we heading for a new cold war? will gladly deliver? growth of oil and plans to start seminary projects next year for bp. we look at the outlook on opec, trump, and the market. and go big or go home. barclays is preparing to sell 7000 clients to either trade more or find another firm. will slimming down its customer list boost returns? less than 29 minutes now until the european open. it's going to be an exciting day to watch. thing,n stocks, for one you have gains across the board in futures with the exception of tax futures. is cac 5000 something you are watching? i'm not so sure about that. but really interesting is going to be watching the u.s. open. each day, we get close to this watching? big, around 20,000 number on the dow jones industrial average. 19,950ek we were at and change. but we are looking at positive futures today, so you could see us get to that number. g
Bloomberg
Nov 24, 2017 2:30am EST
of singapore. analysis for smart through up-to-date on these markets. china will make further cuts to import taxes on a wide range of consumer goods. includinge tariffs babies, baby diapers, milk, blue cheese, coffee machines, vermouth. will drop from 17% to around 7.7%. let's get to beijing now. why are they doing this? reporter: there are a couple reasons behind it. send anuld like to olive branch. we had done -- we had donald trump in beijing drumming home his issue with trade deficit that the u.s. has with china. this could be seen as a hatchet him. there is also the issue of trying to -- of china trying to , to build uption the consumer market that could help drive growth as they pitted the economy away from those smokestack industries that have driven growth for so long toward the more internal demand type of market. whiskey consumption i'm sure will help to drive growth. what are the companies we are talking about? a european liquor producer will hopefully get a boost from this one. vermouth was the tariff that saw the biggest reduction in tax to just 14%. it is across the boar
Bloomberg
Mar 7, 2017 2:30am EST
china. more or less in the same amount. i think we are doing trade in a very fair way. matt: are you confident you will be able to get an agreement that the industry will be able to get an agreement with the trump administration? into that butlook always our concept has always been not just importing cars into the u.s., but also exporting out of south carolina. i think that is something that is good for us and also good for jobs in the u.s.. we are creating really jobs in andu.s. by using free trade exporting. matt: you are going to create about 4000 jobs with this factory. let me bring it back to europe and ask you about one of the issues on everyone's mind. opelhealth getting sold -- getting sold. does that mean there are too many brands? you need size because they are becoming the second-biggest? every company has to have their strategy but labor costs are very high in europe and you have to react to that. the premiumed on segment. we think we can be more competitive by delivering value, working on the value side, the price side with our cars. that is a premium strategy. manufactu
Bloomberg
Nov 8, 2017 2:30am EST
we watching? touchdown in china. will president trump gain ground on trade in north korea? he is meeting president xi in the next few minutes. senate republicans may delay corporate cuts by a year. what is the final draft going to look like? shares tumble after hours for snap. can overhaul -- an overhaul of the snapchat app break even? european's talk about stock. futures less than half an hour away from the start of cash trading, and mixed trade. 50 showingxx unchanged. ftse futures, dax futures, and ibex 35 futures all down a little bit. we do have a slight gain in cap futures.- cac not a lot of movement in terms of index futures. it has a risk off field -- field. what i have is a one-month chart of treasuries so you can see that yields peaked at the end of october and have been coming down fairly steadily ever since. if i twitch it over to a you can seeart yields have come down in a pronounced way over the end of yesterday's session. the concern about the tax issue is getting investors to go in forbuy treasuries, looking a little bit of safety. .e see them during this across i
Bloomberg
Jan 12, 2017 2:30am EST
eight. juliette: president-elect donald trump picks the secretary of state and said china must he denied access to artificial islands it has told in the south china sea. said alerson also failure to respond to the country's actions in the disputed waters had allowed it to keep pushing the envelope and the world wants a strong united states. the stability that is foundational to peace and security, american leadership must not only be renewed, it must he asserted. we have many advantages on which to build. our alliances are durable and our allies are looking for a return to her leadership. there are signs of growing trade tensions between the u.s. and china. anti-dumpingvering duties on a green variety. to be preparing to file a complaint with the world trade organization alleging chinese subsidies to domestic aluminum producers as suppressing -- are suppressing global prices. volkswagen has taken a step toward resolving the emissions scandal and pleaded guilty in the u.s. and agreed to pay $4.3 billion in penalties. chargesors announced against five executives in germany. admitted
Bloomberg
Nov 3, 2017 2:30am EDT
a corner. the demand is up. china is important in this story. how do you think investors will react to the delivery? peter: it is interesting. tim cook called out china. apple has been losing ground over the years to local players in china. it is still number five in the market according to third-quarter statistics. it is about 10% of the market share there. they are trying to play catch up to local players. they have a ways to go. they are gaining ground and feeling more positive. investors are taking this as a positive rapport. shares were up after hours, 3% or 4%. that is a pretty big performance. morearket value is already than 850 billion dollars. we could see them get close to nine heartbeat -- $900 billion. anna: thank you very much. apple is one of the reasons we see the nasdaq futures up in the u.s. session. coming up, we are going to talk more about the president of the united states. he is spending 10 days touring of aand the first visit u.s. president traveling five different countries. this is bloomberg. ♪ ♪ is "bloomberg daybreak: europe." this is new york. nasdaq
Bloomberg
Oct 18, 2017 2:30am EDT
open communist party's twice a decade congress warning of severe challenges faced by china. in a speech that ran for more than three hours he laid out a roadmap to turn the country into a leading global power. the main takeaways for investors from this speech? maoist speech and there was a lot that was covered but i will zero in on those highlights for investors. there was a few points that were articulated, he said he wanted to see greater coordination between the monetary and fiscal arms of the government. he wants to see reform of the renminbi and interest rates regime as well. he wanted to see a lowering of trade barriers for foreign investment. he wanted to see stronger state companies. a number of different issues around the economy that he touched on. he also said there were issues around imbalances in the economy, a lack of productivity and we have seen these real estate curves in place, housing should be for living in, not speculation. curvess to suggest the -- curbs will not eat removed soon. he did this in a framework of china that was moving toward a new socialism wit
Bloomberg
May 25, 2017 2:30am EDT
back in credit will send shockwaves to the mainland economy. he told bloomberg he expects china's credit problems to reach the breaking point. >> it has been so much value destroyed that my firm belief is point, yourt some past sins catch up with you. you just do not know when that will be for china. juliette: that is your bloomberg business flash. very much indeed, joining us from hong kong. leaders will cut -- resume campaigning after a three-day break with an enhanced police and military presence on the street. we are two weeks away from the general election and brexit negotiations are set to start in less than a month. one company with the brexit insurance policy already in place in the form of a new brussels office is lloyd's. with us for an exclusive interview, the ceo of lloyd's. good morning. your plans are progressing try you have thought about what brexit will look like, the city is thinking about it as well. in some ways you are ahead of the curve. how are your plans progressing and how well the -- is the city set up as we go into these negotiations? guest: we have chos
Bloomberg
Aug 7, 2017 2:30am EDT
exchange market. said we are he talking out on the euro trade. china commodities and story is fascinating. at opec meeting, pay attention to that. take a look at what is happening with steel. a lot of speculation pointing you in the direction of the fact people are beginning to reassociate themselves with the idea the chinese economy is going to get on a front foot. let's find out what's happening around the world with juliette saly. juliette: france is working with germany and other partners to plug loopholes that have allowed companies like google, apple, facebook, and amazon to minimize taxes and grab market sharing europe at the expense of their own companies. speaking to bloomberg, the french finance minister said his country will propose a rule for real taxation at a meeting of european union officials due in september. >> the first step of the european level would be a tax compensation between france, and germany, and i am quite convinced that will be no later than 2018, we should be favorite with germany to have a common corporate tax which should be of theis of hamas
Bloomberg
Feb 20, 2017 2:30am EST
. when you look at japan's trade, the vast majority of their imports are from china, where their exports are split between china and the u.s. and many other countries. so, the exports story is partially a u.s. story, where the import story is saying,, there is demand here for asian goods, which is good for china. the is on the back of a sequence of very strong trade figures in the asian-pacific region. thank youk cudmore, very much. go to mliv on your bloomberg, a cracking set of editorial pitches from everyone around the globe. joining me on set is the cio and founder of latitude investment. welcome. when we look at this exports story, there are many ways to spin it. it is theit as, trend, but let's focus on the drop of six poin 6.6% of experto the u.s., which could help the bilateral discussions that come to mind over the men's couple of months. but yo -- over the next couple of months. if you look at the japanese incrediblyas been dependent on monetary policy and the yen is the weakest component of that. i have not seen a huge reason to believe that the underlying the bankl re
Bloomberg
Sep 14, 2017 2:30am EDT
push to be the biggest share sail into 2019. we will ask why. china calls. economic growth science -- shows signs of growth. retail sales taking lower relative to expectations. does the chinese economy peaked in the first half of the year? that we will be following story this morning. also looking at european futures . not a lot to push us around this morning so maybe we will get some impetus from the china data. we see the euro stoxx 50 futures down one third of 4% and dax futures down .251%. if you take a look at bunds, the yield is rising so investors selling off the perceived safety of german government debt albeit a miniscule amount there and pushing the yield up right now to 0.41 percent. we are starting to get a little bit of a firmer picture this morning but not a lot of movement after the drop in asian stocks. guy: that is exactly what we are seeing on the gmm and the currency column telling the story. but how many are in great. a bit of movement in the aussie dollar and movement in the noki. decentets are in move. we have to figure out what the chinese data tells you. a l
Bloomberg
Jan 4, 2017 2:30am EST
violations and took no action against him. china has studied possible scenarios to the yuan and outflows and is preparing contingency plans according to people with the matter. this comes amidst increasing pleasure, rising capital outflows and concern donald trump may take punitive measures n china's exports. , speaking to bloomberg, the forpe governor over the reserve bank of india raising t yellen's rates will impact other reserves. >> i think the federal reserve seeing limited room for continued accommodation and starting to raise interest rates i think you will see the pressure on other central banks come off as much as it as it been tore last few years. - over the last few years. this is bloomberg. guy? guy: thank you very much. economists predict the eurozone inflation data will see jobs -- 1%. germany jumped to 1.7%. the highest rating since 2013. what does this mean for the e.c.b.'s economic narrative? let's talk about this pickup in inflation? faster than maybe the e.c.b. anticipated but it is not really affecting core. how does it affect monetary policy? >> well, for the moment
Bloomberg
May 12, 2017 2:30am EDT
higher in gold. as i said, china in that trend of moving higher this morning. let us get the bloomberg first word news. here is juliette saly. juliette: thank you. in the u.s., president trump has described former fbi director james comey as "a grand stander." his remarks departed from explanations given by several white house officials earlier in the week. he told nbc that the fbi has been in turmoil for months and comey was not the right person to help it recover. pres. trump: what i did was i was going to fire comey. my decision. >> you had made the decision before t they cam room? juliette: the u.s. has reached an agreement to provide greater access to american natural gas exporters to china as part of a broader effort to begin reshaping the trade relationship between the world's two largest economy through the agreement covers 10 areas where trade negotiators from the u.s. and china have reached consensus, including agricultural trade and market access for financial services to we will speaking with u.s. commerce secretary wilbur ross about that gilad: 30 p.m. u.k. time. is prepar
Bloomberg
May 24, 2017 2:30am EDT
are we watching question mark the china crunch. cuts beijing's rating for the first time since 1989. the markets have ignored the move. is chinese debt the elephant in the room or is the rating agency overreacting question mark threat level critical. theresa may warns of -- that further attacks could be imminent following the suicide bomber in register. what will this mean for u.s. shale question mark we will speak to former bush energy .nergy -- official the ecbam here for review. we will not expect much about monetary policy. that is on everyone's mind as lieutenanti's to top seem to disagree on how the ecb or when the ecb should start to normalize its policy. we will hear about the ecb's outlook for the eurozone growth and inflation and maybe get an update on the target and how the ecb thinks it's monetary policy is holding up. guy: mario draghi speaking in spain later. that could be a key discussion point. let's talk about where we sit with the markets. no clear sense of direction at the moment. the markets are looking for the next leg. that is what we are seeing at the moment j
Bloomberg
Mar 31, 2017 2:30am EDT
the fact we had relatively deep -- decent pmi reading out of china. the ip data out of japan as well was something to not ignore. anyway, that is what it is. what's talk about the last quarter because it has been an interesting quarter and in some ways, a surprising quarter. the surprise has been that the dollar has done what it has done. the fed is on a tightening cycle. looks like a fiscal expansion at some point. but i don't know, nobody really does. the dollar has been the big story of this quarter and has softened up. you can see this on your bloomberg. you can see exactly what has done well. it is fascinating to see what has done well. the wrong data, let me change that back. the mexican peso has been the big outperforming. that is unsurprising given me -- the swing against it. ruble, the south korea, the aussie has done well as well. only the turkish lira that has generated negative returns against the u.s. dollar. it has been a difficult period for the turkish central bank to manage. the senior advisor with credit suisse is still with us. if you get the dollar right, you get
Bloomberg
Jun 8, 2017 2:30am EDT
-- exacerbate will external vulnerabilities and could put pressure on its growth and metrics. china's overseas sit -- and shipments accelerated as local demand shows signs of picking up. exports rose in may and dollar turn and imports increased 14 -- 14.8 percent leaving a trade surplus. north korea has launched a series of short range missiles that up for to be designed to attack ships. south korea's joint chiefs of staff said the rockets, probably cruise missiles, were fired from the eastern port and flew 200 kilometers. the defense minister in japan said they do not appear to be the type they can reach japan. u.s. oil is trading near 46 about -- dollars a barrel since the biggest drop since march. stockpiles rose for the first time in nine weeks. that sent crude down more than 5% yesterday. global news 24 hours a day, powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. this is bloomberg. matt: thank you. we want to go live to singapore where mark cudmore, our mliv strategies joins us to talk about the markets today and the ecb. we saw yesterday the euro l
Bloomberg
Nov 14, 2016 2:30am EST
. china's economy held ground following measures to come property market in major cities. investment rose, just missing estimates. retail sales kind 10%, shy of a 10.7% estimate. increasedt investment 8.3% in the first 10 months of the year. japan's economy expanded with a offset by exports, week spending by people and companies. gdp grew at an annualized 2.2%. zero 20%. estimate of private consumption grew just 0.1 percent, and business spending was unchanged. shinzo abe has a knowledge that the transpacific partnership is in "a difficult situation" with the election of donald trump, and that he wants to discuss free trade when the two meet on thursday. south korea's embattled president will meet the country's main opposition leader tomorrow. the meeting comes as she tries to find a solution to a scandal that triggered the country's biggest protests in decades on saturday. this week, she also faces the prospect of becoming south korea's first leader to be questioned by prosecutors while in office. will.k. prime minister give a major speech on foreign policy, the persons taking office in
Bloomberg
Jan 20, 2017 2:30am EST
split the banks. and china's economy accelerates for the first time in two years. could a trade war with trump derail all of this? live in davos, i'm erik schatzker. warns, brace for the trump slump. he tells bloomberg the president-elect will fail and so will markets. the billionaire investor didn't hold back. him as andescribed and aer and con man would-be dictator. bullish on the united states. toyota's chairman said the automaker has full confidence in the u.s. market. and the view from inside the ecb. we speak to the governor of the bank of france at 11:45 london time. ♪ matt: thanks very much for that. looking forward to all the coverage out of davos. we've got a lot coming up with tom keene as well. definitely stay tuned. just a half hour until the european open. let's look at where futures are trading. we were down across the board yesterday. the ftse down the most of the european indexes, half a percent. looks like the ftse is the only one trading up in futures today with the exception of the ftse mib in italy. it doesn't look like the markets are prepared for a lot movem
Bloomberg
Apr 5, 2017 2:30am EDT
bargain for china? the bond market is ebbing. fed signal a letter ate? -- flattter r matt: we see the ftsi as the as futuresner as far are concerned. the dax little changed and the cap pointing to a slight gain, .1 of 1%. as far as the bund tray goes, investors continue to buy bunds, slashing down the yield. maybe it is a risk off kind of day. yields going down, prices going up, that seems to indicate that the reflation trade is fading and animal spirits may be back in their box. nothing is happening at least in the first couple of columns. you see all that great they're telling you you are not getting a lot of movement. switzerland not doing anything, british pound, not on the move. the rc is on the move. you're not seeing a great deal of action in the form the exchange market. it feels like markets are little asleep today. where we are seeing action is the commodity space. you're seeing a better big command to the oil trade. -- bid coming into the oil trade. rent crude trading up by around .6 of 1%. wti a similar story. the data is starting to get busier. let's get a bloomberg first
Bloomberg
Feb 10, 2017 2:30am EST
. i'm guy johnson. matt miller back in berlin. what are we watching this morning? one china. trump reaffirms america's support of the long-standing taiwan policy in a call with xi jinping. a phenomenal tax plan. trump's words on his upcoming tax overall sends stocks up in bonds down. and, raising the bar. dijsselbloem in brussels today. can a greek deal get done? matt: we are less than a half-hour to the open of european trading and it is going to be an exciting day after a surge in asian stocks. the nikkei up 2.5%. the s&p 500 rose to a record on optimism for president trump's tax plan. now we see european stock index futures pointing to a positive open. also on optimism for that one china backing we got out of the white house. ftse futures up 0.3%. dax futures up 0.5%. guy: it is a fascinating friday. you can see it across the gmm screen. the nikkei up 2.49%. the real blowout performance coming from japanese stocks today. the yen is down 0.4%. in the sbr in -- abe u.s. today. hazmat was saying, equities bid, bonds on offer. the other thing i want to show you, iron ore. very solid
Bloomberg
Jul 3, 2017 2:30am EDT
leaders of japan and china. it comes after they accused u.s. of trespassing to save a guided missile destroyer. the move ahead of this week's 20 meetings could signal the white house is displeased with china's efforts to pressure north korea to curb it nuclear and missile programs. in china, the latest gauge of manufacturing has added the economy is maintaining momentum after a strong start to the year. the survey beat expectations, coming at 50% in june, up from 49.6 in may. in the u k, theresa may's government has changed its tune on brexit, striking a more sober and realistic tom weeks after her disastrous election. tone weeks after her disastrous election. gesture toiliatory an audience that feels it has been overlooked. global news 24 hours a day, powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. this is bloomberg. guy? thank you very much indeed. let's get back to the bond market is that is the big story of last week. the u.s. 10 year yield is just one percentage point above the record low. even after we saw this big rises in june. the limited advan
Bloomberg
Mar 15, 2017 3:30am EDT
said china is high on the list of things to worry about. robert lighthizer also said that although china was "a substantial currency manipulator in the past," it is not clear if that is so the case. lighthizer told the hearing that trump will shakeup relations between the two countries. >> between now and a time i leave, and you will say "bob, you were right. he really is going to change the paradigm on china. i believe he is going to change the paradigm on china." if you look at our problems, china is right up there. juliette: well, meanwhile in beijing, chinese premier has downplayed tensions between his country and the u.s. speaking at a press conference at the close of the people conference, he said the two nations share extensive common interests on things like job, foreign exchange, and security. >> ties between china and the u.s. has been moving forward in spite of various twists and turns over several decades, so i am optimistic about the future of our relationship no matter who is elected. the european union is said to be considering forcing the u.k. to wait until june for
Bloomberg
Dec 16, 2016 2:30am EST
saly. juliette: as china's leaders gather in beijing to map out economic plans and policies for next year, optimism over the country's outlook is increasing. economists have raised first-quarter growth estimates to 6.6% from 6.5% a month earlier as stimulus and a potential for stronger global demand voice interest. sanofi is in advanced talks to acquire -- in a deal that could be announced as soon as next week according to people with knowledge of the matter who say the companies are discussing a price of around $275 per share. representatives didn't immediately respond to requests for comment. opec's secretary general has uploaded donald trump's choice in secretary of state. is and rex tillerson outstanding international oil technocrat. >> he's highly respected around the world. .e's deeply knowledgeable i have told other colleagues, there's a very thin line doing oil, diplomacy, and geopolitics. i congratulate donald trump for making such an excellent choice. juliette: global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. thi
Bloomberg
Nov 23, 2017 2:30am EST
selloff coming through in china. i think the c.s.i. could be 17 months. the china c.s.i. 300 is closing down around 3%. shanghai a little less. aggressive selling in the chinese markets. take a look at the long-term charts. we have seen a decent ramp over the last few months. the selling was predictable at some point. it is related to what the government officials are talking about. it is also related to what is going on with the bond market which continues to sell off as well. it is going to be something of a story going forward going into 2018. that is the standout story this morning in terms of the markets. that's markets. let's get a first word news update. >> u.s. federal reserve officials have signaled a december rate hike remains on the cards despite the ongoing debate over weak price growth. the mince of the meeting show increaseke rs saw an in the near term. stability concerns cropped up. u.k. chancellor philip ham opped's budget has been welcomed by members of the conservative party. theresa may's future remains uncertain and linked to brexit, the chancellor appears to
Bloomberg
Apr 25, 2017 2:30am EDT
denuclearization of north korea during his meeting with the un security council on friday. china's nonperforming loans have stabilized in the pressure from capital outflows has eased. the economic recovery takes hold , according to the country's deputy central bank. he was speaking at the forum in new york. economic to maintain growth and also work on the leveraging process and making sure that our lending and broad money supply has been growing consistently with the leverage aspect. juliette: global news 24 hours a day, powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. this is bloomberg. matt? matt: donald trump is to call for tax cuts for individuals and 15% accordingrate to white house officials. trump plans to make the public -- his broad outlines of what he wants for the change in tax code. the details are likely to be left for later negotiations among congressional leaders and officials from treasury. let's bring in mliv macro inategist mark cudmore singapore. let's talk about first what trump has to do tomorrow to pacify markets, to move markets. what are we l
Bloomberg
May 19, 2017 2:30am EDT
aircraft over the east china sea on tuesday. a u.s. spokesperson said the interaction was considered unprofessional due to the movements of the chinese pilots. the spokesperson said the air force is discussing the event with china. global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. this is bloomberg. matt: thanks very much. the political brouhaha in washington looks unlikely to blow the federal reserve off course from raising interest rates this year. starting with an increased next month and following with another later in the year, let's see where wirp is this morning. take a look at that screen. 97.5% are the chances of an increased rate in june. we are joined by mark cudmore from seoul. how resilient is the fed's politics -- fed to politics? no agency can be fully independent of what is going on in washington. in terms of the june decision, they are extremely resilient. there are a few ways this can impact the market. one is, is that it is turning down yet? the data remains strong. the data is saying a june hike would be ok.
Bloomberg
Nov 22, 2016 2:30am EST
barriers ariffs andown ter market barriers. guy: china sees this as a great opportunity? edna: i guess that is the flip side of it. entertage left u.s., and china. there is this alternative trade talk that has been talked about. asea an aussie on lead -- n-lead deal. if that one gets off the ground, it does not have all the bells and whistles that tpp has. the tariff production is less and the barriers internal markets are not taken down as much as they would have been with tpp. it shows you how governments in this region are going to have to increasingly turn to china for leadership if president-elect trump cut back on trade in favor of bilateral trade deals rather than the big multilateral deals might tpp. guy: thank you very much. maybe a golf driver doesn't buy you much in trump town these days. it certainly seems that abe's meeting did not bring much. how much do i need to worry as i look at my asian investments, about what is happening with the relationship between the u.s. and asia and the fact that china , the hegemonic push, is going to continue. it will have the ability
Bloomberg
Nov 1, 2016 3:30am EDT
bloomberg first word news. here is shery ahn. shery: the civilization of china's economy appears to be taking hold with the official manufacturing pmi jumping to a two-year high. reading of 51.2 topped even the most optimistic estimates. the positive signs maybe in the central bank hold off further measures after keeping the key rate at a record low for more than one year. the reserve bank of australia cap's interest rate unchanged. it signals governor philip lowe is prepared to tolerate we can inflation to avoid further escalating property prices and household that. -- household debt. three of the federal reserve's primary dealers think the central bank will hold off on hiking rates until 2017. believec, and rbs policymakers will have rates in both meetings. that is improving economic data and the hawkish tone of officials. more than 71% chance of a rate hike this year. he will stay as governor of the bank until june 2019, to help guide the uk economy through brexit. he ends month of speculation about the canadian future at the central bank. philip hammond welcomed the decision. some
Bloomberg
Aug 22, 2017 2:30am EDT
by 1%. china overseas land in hong kong doing well, this on a number of worker upgrades after yesterday but lenovo down and the hong kong session. atop analyst said -- a top analyst said it has 27% to fall. the indonesia rate decision, no change expected to the cash rate percent. the u.s. dollar indonesia could have trouble trying to break through the seven-month trading range. cut if we do see a surprise coming through from the bank of indonesia. matt and manus. matt: juliette saly joining us with an excellent chart from the bloomberg out of singapore. ray dalio has reiterated his warnings against exposure to risk arguing that politics will probably play a greater role in affecting markets that we have experienced in any time before in our lifetimes. ceonew linkedin info earlier today. in there any bright spots this morning, in the risk that he sees? it is kind of depressing to read that this is a guy fighting mentality for the u.s. government rather than doing everything in the best interest of the country. similar did make a warning two years ago. it is not like somewhere f
Bloomberg
Aug 3, 2017 2:30am EDT
, the aussie dollar is trading of -- of and the chinese renminbi is trading off. , china, that is what is happening there. you can keep an eye on the currency and the pound. u.k.'s stocks going ex dividend. we will bring you those names a little bit later in the program. bloomberg's first word news, here is juliette saly. juliette: thank you, donald trump may be on the verge of ramping up his threats on china on trade. the administration is gearing up to investigate china over what it perceives to be violations of intellectual property. if the talk turns to action there could be troubling consequences for the global economy. dmitry prime minister medvedev says the trump administration has declared a full-fledged economic war on his country. it is after the u.s. president signed a russian sanctions bill congress forced on him. trump expressed reservations about the legislation saying it encroaches on presidential authority and may hurt u.s. ability to work with allies and could have unintended consequences for american companies. a draft lawproved that will grant permanent residency car
Bloomberg
Jan 17, 2017 2:30am EST
checks to banks. in china and india, they are leading the way. while the united states considers itself a financial center and the center of technology, the revolution that is really occurring in financial services is occurring in emerging markets, china and india, where they are bypassing some of the things that we have in the united states, because they are really going from emerging market to financial tech revolution. you find many more people comfortable with using mobile payments in china and india than the united states, a much higher percentage. you are also going to see enormous amounts of ways people are going around the traditional banking system by doing things that banks do for them historically, but now nonregulated institutions can do it. all financial tech revolution has seen in norma's amounts of money coming to the space. right now, you are seeing five times as much money going into financial tech companies as five years ago. and it is projected that it will increase by 50% per annum over the next 10 years because there's so much opportunity to make money for in
Bloomberg
Nov 23, 2016 2:30am EST
before the arrest. facebook is keen to enter china, it has created a tool to censor information according to the new york times. china blocked facebook in 2009. the social network could return given restrictions and other regulations that favor locally owned companies. facebook had not made any decision on its approach to the country. they declined to comment on the report. open news to me for hours a day, powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. this is bloomberg. hammond gets his chance to change policy in the wake of the brexit vote. with public finances forecast to deteriorate sharply over the coming year as brexit takes its toll, we will discuss that, hammond has little room for big fiscal giveaways. we will be in westminster monitoring enrollments as the chancellor's speech kicks off around 12:30 p.m. u.k. time . the u.k. business secretary gregg clark. let's talk about what the chancellor needs to deliver. our guest joins me now on set. to does the chancellor need do anything today? the u.k. economy is in great shape. it is in imf sur
Bloomberg
Oct 25, 2016 2:30am EDT
. can china and take over? reviewh does this opposed to this transaction? trade-off? as the eu comes to the trade deal and crumbles. access to the single market for fewer foreigners. will politics kill globalization? hike now at 70% by will policymakers move at a or inflation like a fire under the ace berger? yesterday we were saying it could be a little bit of a move higher. we are in a ring but only in the euro stock. .esterday, interesting report department of justice could delay and views, any findings on the eggs until after the election. fascinating news. >> clarity on deutsche. let me take into the dmx and tell you what is happening around the world what you need to know. first of all, the dollar is up. you are also seeing the japanese yen trading weaker as well. we're at 10 four. there are some calls that they go significantly weaker from here. really big move in the commodity markets and asia particularly animation space. flat open court in europe. you are watching the reporting season. more part the spot rather than the market today. this is the rest of the week particularl
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