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Bloomberg
Jan 21, 2016 2:30am EST
feedback loop. i wonder what the feedback loop is from china, global financial markets, into india and your bank specifically. is standing out as a very sweet spot currently. with what ever is happening globally, india's indicators are very stable. whether it is currencies relative to other currencies, the foreign exchange reserve, the current account deficit, and so on. level, we are now seeing a little bit of movement , these of the impact increase in coal production and so forth. there's some movement in the real economy on the positive side. we must remember that anything that happens in china, such a large economy, no country in the world cannot get impacted. clearly, we are seeing our exports not growing as much, even in value terms. this is a result of what happens in the large economies. jonathan: when you wake up and you see the stock in the red, and performance of your bank hasn't changed, is that a reflection of the performance of your bank or a proxy for what is going on in the global economy? >> i think it's the result of what's happening globally. it is the result of what
Bloomberg
Jan 22, 2016 3:00am EST
%. -- salesan shoemaker up. back to you, guy. told bloombergos that china cannot avoid a hard landing. >> the chinese left it too long thedjust the changeover in growth model that they have to investment led to domestic lead. a hard landing is practically unavoidable. >> you are looking at a financial crisis that would start in china when authorities also could not deal with this? key issuehis -- the is deflation. -- it is a condition that we are not used to. none of us have lived in a deflationary environment. the last time we had that is in the 1930's. around, i was not yet engaged in the market. just do not know how to handle it. it is a different environment. it.now, we have to fix caroline: on china -- francine: on china, do you expect a hard landing? >> it has happened. i am not expecting it. i am just observing it. china can manage it. it's got resources. choosingatitude in policies than most other countries. it has over three chilean in reserves -- over 3 trillion in reserves. way of inflicting their problems, passing it on to the rest of the world. they can handle it, even if
Bloomberg
Sep 15, 2015 3:00am EDT
has as the moment -- has at the moment. saying china has plenty of room for policy. how to stimulate their economy. the discussions coming from governor kuroda at the moment did a selloff going on in europe. down on the dollar. we saw french cpi lower than had been expected eared -- expected. the on the dollar ahead of fed rate decision. let's get an eye on the stocks showing? we spoke to the chief executive yesterday at frankfurt. are theus car sales gross momentum -- it is going to remain in china. up 11%. e.on down by 1%. germany utilities need more nuclear provisions. provisions are appropriate. h&m, sales are not looking too good for august. jonathan: airline, good job. just caroline, good job. afterse 100 snapping back . it is early days. it is not early days over in asia. seven, good morning. .ip: good morning we are seeing stocks today mixed across the asia-pacific eared you're seeing stocks moving lower in china. concern of a slowdown in economy. a two-day loss in three weeks. we will watch it closely. active today, insurers. closely watching japan. the equity sessions seein
Bloomberg
Oct 15, 2015 3:00am EDT
4% growth. china is better. online wrapping up, also record heat means the ice cream falls off the shelf. unilever is doing well. lower. china their concern. the woes hitting the luxury .eller of trenchcoats, perfumes clearly it is to be a concern if china is slowing down. aey don't have much of presence in countries that are doing well, japan, korea. the lando is set to fall, reducing its margin -- zalando is set to fall, reducing its margin. jonathan: i will bring you the price of burberry when it comes in. yvonne, good to see you. yvonne: good to see you. maybe we can all get some ice cream in asia. look at this sea of green. we are seeing a rebound after two straight days of losses. quite a day for investors. recent u.s. data showing monetary policy may not be a threat at the moment. that is pumping sentiment in the region. we are back to the straight of that news is good news. up 2.3%. those chinese stocks in hong kong road -- rose to an eight-week high. the government says it is restructuring the telecom industry. clearing out those smes. big news out of korea. the central ba
Bloomberg
Sep 23, 2015 3:00am EDT
we were concerned about china's growth trajectory, it is really started to ramp up the heat back then. market back in bear territory. we are waiting to see how french pmi data breaks later today. to be contraction once again for manufacturing. it could be an improvement for services as well as rising when you look at services. slightly better than expected. 48.6 is with the estimate is for. we want to see how the euro will be reacting. the dax up, and we have seen the euro trading higher against the dollar. it is moving, and improving as we see french data beating expectations. the dollar is just a little bit flat. is the dollar overvalued? that is what the management is asking. the yen should go weaker against the dollar, but the opposite viewpoint is being taken commonly could see the dollar being overvalued. with the euro than rise against the dollar? we are seeing that as french pmi is beating expectations. companiese on the oil today. .3%, but over a two day trajectory it has been painful but we have been seeing. back and theally front and center of invested minds this morni
Bloomberg
Aug 26, 2015 3:00am EDT
understanding which way to trade at the moment, as it seems that china does manage to unleash the amount of steadiness people wanted to see. they cut rates for the banks, cut rates in general, hoping people would are lend lend. it doesn't seem to resuscitate these markets. risk aversion is playing out on the equity markets so far this morning, after we saw more than 300 billion euros going to the stoxx 600 yesterday, before coming back down. let's have a look at what's happening in terms of some of our search for safety. this is the dollar rising versus the yen. this helps power through some of the japanese us stocks. that particular haven seems to be somewhat out. gold, too, coming out o. there doesn't seem to be a rush for that haven, even though we are seeing it selloff. i want to show you what's happening in commodities. copper is once again trading lower. check out the miners, a number lower this morning as china pays the price of not enough stimulus coming from the pboc. copper is off by 1.3%, oil trading a little bit higher, up 7/10 of a percent. let's have a look at what's happening
Bloomberg
Jul 7, 2014 4:00am EDT
the raw -- the wireless market in another exclusive interview. and merkel in china. germany's chancellor and top executives push for more trade between the two countries. welcome to "the pulse." i am olivia sterns. you are watching bloomberg tv. we are here at the european headquarters in london. coming up on the program, we go behind the scenes of pro cycling. we're going to take you on a tour with the leader of the top team in the tour de france to make sure what may -- to find out what makes him tick. the new car for royalty and the superrich. we begin with a bloomberg tv exclusive. over the weekend, we were speaking with france's finance europe economic conference and he said he would like to see less dominance of the dollar. >> we sell ourselves aircraft in dollars. is that really necessary? i do not think so. airbus can sell it to air france in euros. it would create stability for airbus and air france. so we can avoid this exchange rate risk. euro really be an alternative to the dollar considering that 60% of the reserves of central banks are in dollars? diminish financ
Bloomberg
Oct 22, 2014 3:00am EDT
market was looking for rise of about half a percent. peugeot doing quite nicely. china and europe rebalancing everything else. output.utting their they will see the market contract by 15%. waiting for home retail to come through. one of the brands is a diy store chain here in the united kingdom. dollar.ve a look at the to- net and neck as we go the brazilian elections. markets begin to get a little more concerned. volatility in this currency is that a three-day height. barclays says it does not matter who wins the election. the euro itself this morning, let me show you over the past two days, a slightly better perspective. this was the big ecb getting involved in the market discussion. today, david caught up with us in the investor conference in new york and he , expectedwill come in to come in showing a contraction in manufacturing. all of the body of evidence will move you toward that sometime, mario draghi might have to say, if you are not on board -- >> let's get an investor take on today's top market thing. we are joined by strategist. we have to take things off would soverei
Bloomberg
Jan 11, 2016 2:30am EST
. ubs will double its staff in china over five years. their chief executive says that a time of volatile markets is as good a time as any for wrapping up operations. china is not on its own with those challenges. we have to expect some adjustments for 2016. those are also good times to plan for the future. that is the reason why we are starting to implement our strategy plan in the next five years. we think we are going to double our account in this region. crude has extended its slide from an 11-year low, confirming the view of hedge funds that prices are lowest since 2010. the bad data fueled concern over further weakness from the world's biggest energy user. and david bowie has died at the age of 69 according to his publicist. a message on the singer's official facebook page says he died peacefully today, surrounded by his family, after a courageous 18-month battle with cancer. he had just released his latest album, called black star, on friday. , headre on those stories to topgo. guy: we have seen a significant once again.sia how is that going to be reflected in the european
Bloomberg
Mar 2, 2015 3:00am EST
you have equities would be the overall argument. china cut the benchmark rate. unemployment in italy's still at record levels. european unemployment at record levels, near record levels. the markets are trying to make up their mind. the dax relative to the rest london up by 4/10 of 1%. let's see if the commodities are doing anything. three companies which caught my eye, vivendi delivered the numbers on friday night. the revised the numbers -- they revised the numbers because of an additional charge in regards to mortgage related litigation. morgan stanley settled their mortgage-backed litigation last week. it prompted credit suisse to take this move. they have up their provisions -- upped their provisions for litigation. alcatel-lucent will return this year and be paid cash. the ceo we will talk to him tomorrow. caroline has him on her roster of guests. the bounty -- vivendi is down 4.65%. they plan to return almost 6 billion euros to shareholders. what is interesting is the net income came in at 2 billion. that was 550 a year ago. let's keep an eye on vivendi. that share buyba
Bloomberg
Oct 1, 2015 3:00am EDT
: we will take what we are given when it comes to china. they are stabilizing and a three-year low. but we like it. we like the fact that we are seeing stabilization, the fact that we are starting to see some improvement. still in contraction, still starting tot we are see some of those measures, not one, not two, but five rate cut. potentially the starting to stabilize the chinese economy, helping to push equities higher, risk appetite higher. we are following asia. what a rally we saw into the end of the quarter, up 2.5%, after what was the worst quarter and four years. ftse and cac up as well. clearly a bit of risk appetite in the equity sector. we will have a little luck at the selloff in the euro. stimulus that's once again rearing their head into the front and center of traders minds. we are starting to see inflation in negative territory once again. that is really adding fuel to the fire that the ecb will add stimulus while we start to see the opposite happened in the united states, potentially a rate hike in the federal reserve. databer, manufacturing gato aplenty today. it
Bloomberg
Jan 6, 2016 2:30am EST
china and a private services data has slumped to the second lowest level since it began a decade ago. the economics pmi survey fell to a 17-month low. from 51.2 a month earlier. chinese market rallying today. it looks like chinese -- european equities are going to open a little softer in about 27 minutes. this is what we're looking at at the moment. the fair value calculation gives you a heads-up on what we think the market is going to look like at the open. nothink down about 2% -- 2%, .2%. let me get my decimal points in the right place. what is interesting is once again, the dax looks like it is going to be softer than most. down by .4 rather than .2. this is how the headlines are playing out in the fx markets. a weaker fix for the pboc. that is a concern for a lot people outside of china. a lot of people are going to trade off the back of that in today's session. a big move for that currency pair. won.r-won, weaker my producer puts cable because he wants to remind me how poor i am in new york. what am i doing here, guy? guy: interesting. i think that could genuinely be the reason
Bloomberg
Jan 26, 2016 2:30am EST
our pportunities in china. john: joseph is still with us. joseph, you stay clear without exposure to china right now? >> yes, we do. we cri there's another thing that benefits us from this investment bubble that was in china the last 15 years. and they're going to be in trouble for a long periods of time. yes, we stay clear of those. and we prefer domestic plays in southern europe. >> it was my takeaway. the pain in the marks haven't quite reached the sweet spot and they have to maintain this 10-year commit development china. >> they have to be in china for the boom of the consumer over there. but as you look at the things, the value infesta. . by the stocks and then january happens and you get to do it all over again. how difficult is not having the messed up. i think value gets more and more interesting and there's more and more opportunities in this market. question have to be disciplined. and we have to stick to our lo ress guideline but when if it's something that i really like we have to have our position. >> that's a great question. i think that there's a -- there's a -- the m
Bloomberg
Jan 12, 2016 2:30am EST
caroline hyde, here is your morning brief. china intervenes. the state steps in to stabilize the yuan, the risk aversion remains. oil grinds lower as crude hits 12 year lows. will we see wti dip below $30 for the first time since 2003? we will speak to the new governor of the ecb in his first interview since taking the role. welcome to "on the move." let's get first of all right into the first word news with hans nichols. hans: thank you. the cost for banks the yuan surges to a fresh record amid speculation of intervention by the central bank. jump climbed to .6.2% meanwhile, the people's bank of china is said to have repeatedly intervened in the offshore yuan markets and yesterday. according to people familiar with the matter, the central bank has been cracking down on speculators, in a move aimed at maintaining a stable currency . it narrows the onshore and offshore yuan rate difference. oil has extended declines for the lowest close in more than 12 months, following a 12.3% slide on monday, before u.s. government data, forecast to show crude expanding. caroline: thank you very
Bloomberg
Aug 1, 2016 2:30am EDT
. caroline hyde is in berlin. a mixed message -- china's .actory gauges old engines of growth. we will bring you the figures from france, italy, and germany. didi.itches a ride with service.e merging its breaking the bank. other lenders prove more resilient. investors give their verdict in 13 minutes. fascinating moves coming from the futures market. all lot of optimism. risk on sentiment. on the of more than 1% open. giving positive exertion, numbers coming from china. we are up 1.25%. money is looking towards what is happening in the manufacturing in the u.k. we are seeing across the board a movement into some of the riskier assets. dollar a story of weakness. a currencies have been rising higher. the dollar down versus the south korean won. dollar weakness. we are banking on less chance of a rate hike. keep an eye on oil across the board as well. brent crude up week 2%. money still moving out of the japanese bond market at the moment on the back of less thought that bond buying will go forward interview. they did not start to buy more government debt. let us get to your bloomberg fi
Bloomberg
Aug 10, 2015 3:00am EDT
data we saw out of china over the weekend. exports down more than 8%. we are seeing worsening producer prices, but still m&a speculation in china, speculation of more stimulus to come. it might be helping feed into the ftse 100. cac 40 up 0.5%. we will wait for the ase in greece to open. will we get that deal signed off today for 86 billion euros bailout package? can the imf, ecb, european commission, and european stability mechanism managed to agree on a plan as well? greece. is there for let's have a look at the euro. we are basically trading flat. expectations were 225,000 jobs to be added. 200 15,000 jobs being added to the u.s. economy. you are seeing the dollar trade flat today. i want to show you the market reaction on friday when we did see that sudden spike higher when we saw that number come in ahead of 200 thousand. let's have a look at the commodity trade. the china effect. we are seeing copper pretty much flat. not much of a selloff. we saw moves in the aussie dollar and the kiwi. when it comes to the recourses, pretty flat. copper, resilient, moving that little bit higher
Bloomberg
Mar 13, 2014 4:00am EDT
investment management. it is great to have you on the program. talk to me a little bit about china. we have disappointing news and therems that every day, is something that investors should worry a bit more about. are you cautious on china? if so, how do you protect yourself? that thesad to say official data has always been i think,iscussion and it is much more realistic. under of what is going on. there is a warning light out there. the carrier trade is unwinding and the overall picture. i am cautious on the outlook for china and the credit bubble that i suspect will unwind messy in asia. .'m not optimistic >> none of this is priced in. the markets will freak out when they realize what is happening in china. >> the thing we had to argue is that the key central banks remain accommodative. all, we just had a 50 basis points adjustment in the u.k.. i think quantitative easing in the united states will continue for a while longer. the run rate is 92 billion. .t is very clear >> more than six months of qe? find it inwe will the states beyond september and we have at least six more months o
Bloomberg
Jul 8, 2015 3:00am EDT
of a reprieve. so many drivers today. is a china? is it the fact that $2.6 trillion worth of shares are not trading? this is the scale of the meltdown we are seeing in china or is increased? -- or is it greece? can they make it? we'll see what the market is expecting. we are seeing the cap at 10% as well. how it the euro is performing. we are at one dollar 1016. the emergency button. we are trading 2% lower. in terms of concern. it has been seen as a haven. i want to look at the u.s. that. money -- u.s. debt. money moving into treasuries this morning. chinese bonds have been rallying. similar in japan and germany. we are looking for that safety right now. money tentatively starting to go back into italy. hope that we might see some sort of deal struck in greece. finance ministers talking about all of this. let us look quickly at all of the stocks. barclays up 2.6%. euphoria potentially did when barkley comes out with his earnings, it may benefit. potentially more restructuring to come. john mcfarlane immediately making this changes, deciding to get rid of the chief executive antony
Bloomberg
Jan 8, 2016 2:30am EST
updated. the china flip-flop. authorities scrap the circuit breakers after less than a week of use. another volatile trading session as state-controlled funds are buying stocks. production run over. china has an eight-day streak of cuts in the yuan reference rate, sending shockwaves through global markets. jobs day. the december payroll report is said to be scrutinized following the rate hikes, amid intense market volatility. you wake up this morning and see the chinese news, and you almost forget that actually it is payroll day. anna: by now. encrypt -- -- i know. it crept up on us. so much value was wiped off global equity markets. the chinese situation does look different, and many asset classes look different compared to what they looks like from the start of this week. it's not as if we are operating in an environment where there are no controls on chinese equities and no intervention, but some of those asset classes are rebounding. oil up by more than 2%. jonathan: it feels a little bit like tuesday morning, the calm after the market storm. if you wake up this morning, the ca
Bloomberg
Sep 28, 2015 3:00am EDT
worries front and about thesis of the economy and china. risk aversion playing out. ftse 100 up by 0.6%. cac, risk aversion in terms of the yen. yen rally today and a euro lower versus the dollar. the u.s. dollar, this japanese yen strengthening verses of the dollar. money moving into the haven that is the yen. oil, concerns about a slow down in asia. down 1%. metals not faring so badly. weatherown by 0.1% for to better than oil. -- weathered better than oil. to yound money going to as data this morning. yelleds down ever so slightly -- yields down ever so slightly. political risk brewing and spring. basis points. despite the concern about barcelona. managing to win a majority. i want to get into some of those huge stock stories we have today. deal is on and deal is off. ramifications. vodafone is off. since june, talks ongoing with liberty global to combine the mobile giant with a cable-tv giant. talks terminated. all about shell. they stop digging in alaska and spent, the item at $3 billion. that's a bit of a knock. to have the risk and higher costs. sbc miller, the deal is close
Bloomberg
Mar 5, 2014 3:00am EST
strong gains yesterday. the escalation risk has diminished and china comes out with a growth target. bear in mind that we have a can they haved that target? >> we hear about the corporate to her and let's go land. they talk about currency effects today. >> want to give you an idea on how the currency is affecting them. they get 10% of the sales in latin america and the growth is by 19%. when it was translated, it was only six percent. go into the numbers. >> thank you. you are watching the figures in 15 minutes from now. >> indeed. we are expecting a drop in profitability for the first time in a decade and there is emerging markets and a bit to china. want to know about the divisions be undertandards could the microscope. >> that will give us something to look at. china and we're watching the ukraine, the futures, the ecb. the index in europe and the payrolls and the united states of america. it is called adt. it is a curtain-razor. what is happening in europe. it is from morgan stanley and he said the big debate is between deflation in the eurozone and the risk is high and rising.
Bloomberg
Dec 9, 2013 4:00am EST
three days in china. then he went to visit vladimir andn in sochi in russia that gave rise to the speculation that he is preparing to sign some sort of agreement. that has been denied from the russian side, also from the ukraine side. that is certainly what is keeping these -- keeping the flames of these protest going over the weekend. >> our european editor david tweed on the latest from the ukraine in berlin. >> a similar theme running through. antigovernment protest began converging on government housing in bangkok -- the government house in bangkok. >> china's trade surplus widened last month to nearly 34 billion dollars. that is the largest in more than four years. exports topped estimates and rose more than 12% from a year earlier. >> japan's growth slowed more than estimated. in an exclusive interview, he can kickstartll the economy. end to abenomics. at the beginning of next year the cabinet will prove the related policies on the growth strategy third we will announce .he timing of their execution focus onl continue to japan as tensions mount between the world's second and
Bloomberg
Aug 11, 2016 2:30am EDT
today. on anniversary -- you on anniversary. what does it deliver for china? we are delving into all those stories. notably today a little bit of risk assets. the ftse 100 managed to post gains. up .5 of 1% on the euro stoxx 50. still of worth -- wealth of earnings. also plenty of assets, oil driving the market today. guy: let's talk about what is happening in the other asset classes. a great place to start, -- your morning. you can see it right up here that new zealand dollar. a decision to cut from that reserves, not enough. you get a little bit of pushback from the bank saying the markets are misreading the story. it is more the pboc rather than the central bank that had control of this currency. we will discuss that during the show. and the japanese yen on the move. let's get you caught up on all the news you need to know. david: let's talk about brexit here. it is undermining the near-term outlook for the housing market. sales dropping in july according to the oil institution of chartered surveyors. when you look at new buyer inquiries they fell while the index of sales is point
Bloomberg
Jan 19, 2016 2:30am EST
of china. we'll have a turkish rate decision later on. to davos, traveling here this is trading at 1.09. . in line with government target of around 7%. surprise, but we are seeing this difficulty that china is decorate -- generating in transitioning its economy and the expectation is that we see more stimulus as a result. >> that is right. the issue is that the growth, the cost of the growth has been a huge debt overhang that companies are finding increasingly costly to service. this transition so what you want to do is move away from an economy built on infrastructure and investments to one built on the back of its own consumers. what this data shows is that is really not happening as quickly as the government would like. they are still relying on a lot of those home growth drivers and they have had to do it by pumping a lot of money into the economy. we are not quite there yet for the government's goals within this transition. guy: what kind of stimulus would be best most targeted to generate this? >> the big gun that they can always use is interest rates cuts because it frees up
Bloomberg
Nov 27, 2015 3:00am EST
-month highs, concerns once again about the slowdown in china. you will be hearing from evil a man in hong kong. and investigations into brokerages -- down goes the ftse , and we expect an overall down day across europe. we are also concerned about where metals are heading today -- that will affect oil majors. central banks -- what will the ecb do next week? what will the federal reserve do mid-december? could we see the end of stimulus in the united states? also, you talked about that slump in the euro versus the yen -- seven weeks of decline, the longest stretch of declines we have seen since the start of the euro -- 1999. it is basically flat but let's look at this over the course of the week. we are off by half a percentage point and over the past 30 days we are down some 2.3%. , the rabbitt bit has come out of the hat for the ecb. december 3 is when that meeting is -- and oil is coming low over the past 30 days -- coming off that rally. there is some optimism about the political side of the equation and some agreement is being forged between france and russia, meaning oil is comi
Bloomberg
Dec 9, 2015 3:00am EST
got data from china. when a little less concern you look at consumer prices. still factory prices down for a 45th straight month. we are going to be talking about that with her asian correspondence. some risk appetite going on in the equity markets. let's take a look at the commodity markets. brent crude $740, for the first time in almost seven years -- sub $40 for the first time in almost seven years. many forecast saying sub 60 is here to stay through 2016. a little bit of a rebound. koppers, metals, a little bit higher, a 10th of a percent. gold up .1%. that to do with the federal reserve more than 80% probability they will hike. those technical indicators are telling us when it comes to traders. miner to keep an i on one , potentially some gold. -- one of its minds has suffered a spell of toxic residue it. this is in desperate this is being reported by the that breaking-- news from bloomberg sources that in the united states, dow chemical and dupont are in late stage merger talkers -- late stage merger talks. if -- is consolidation a good thing when you have a glut of temples
Bloomberg
Sep 1, 2016 2:30am EDT
what we are watching. mobile pmi data. china's gauge has hit its highest level since 2014. we are going to venue the numbers out of europe, including post-brexit manufacturing. how big will the impact be? banks disrupted. john cryan calls for the -- ubs chairman takes to the stage in frankfurt. for will his solution be european banking sector struggling to find stability? a doubling down on duration. billionaire investor bill gross calls for two rate hikes from the fed as soon as march. will september be worse than august? good morning. welcome. where less than half an hour away from the market open. let me take you to the bloomberg and show you where the open is going to be. we think it is going to be a positive one. a ftse that is up by .5%. a cac that is up by .3%. a similar number for the dax. let me take you around the world with the gmm, show you what is happening. these are the markets that are opened. hong kong is up by .7%. singapore, higher. a move in the austrian two-year, keep an eye on that. the australian dollar is up by .2%. zinc is higher. led are hot -- lead is higher.
Bloomberg
May 22, 2014 3:00am EDT
. later in the hour, i will talk to russia's direct investment fund. he has just come back from china. we will talk about the deal that president putin did with the chinese. >> it is a question of whether russia looks east or west. breaking news now before we go to david tweed. french purchasing managers index market estimate in contraction. the composite index at 49.2. the market was looking for 50.4. issues a little bit of an for mr. hollande. but get straight to david tweed. this is going to be disappointing news. very disappointing news, particularly after we saw the french economy stalling in the first quarter. it is going to put even more pressure on francois hollande. he is trying to overhaul the economy. he is trying to spur growth. he is trying to bring down the unemployment rate. i will be back in a few minutes to give you the details of why we see this contraction. >> ok, david. we will get into that breakdown shortly. to allurn our attention things online and property. daily mail. >> celebrity hunting, house hunting, job hunting, they had assets in it. sales are up 2%. pro
Bloomberg
Jan 5, 2016 2:30am EST
your life. not the other way around. in london. counting down to the european open china with state-controlled funds after the billion-dollar market route. vw sued. carmaker faces penalties after a u.s. justice department lawsuit. data setone inflation to show how far the ecb is from making its targets. we should call it the calm after the market storm. the protection team getting to work early in 2016. guy: how good a job do you think they did? they managed to stabilize it, i guess but it shows you that they threw a lot of the market today and it still finished softer. in china remains incredibly fragile from a sentiment point of view. jon: we don't know what the counterfactual is. several things back in august where you got slammed 7% slammed again. if you are an investor in china and see the market down 7% you think, what does this mean for me? the policy response is more indicative. that is a big concern. when you're down 7% and wake up and get the state backed fund to work, it is the response from the chinese authorities that gets people a lot more concerned than the market mov
Bloomberg
Feb 26, 2016 2:30am EST
johnson alongside hans nichols who is in berlin. china says it is not done yet. the head of the pboc says there's more scope to act. the right tool for the job. wolfgangnance minister schaeuble says structural reform is the only way forward. mark carney warns on negative rates. who is right? misses on the oil price but is still banking on $40 a barrel. we are going to ask the company's ceo at 8:30 london time. the g-20 story front and center. carnies point is an interesting one. and schaeuble still banging the drum about structural reform. he sees that as the only way forward. hans: there isn't a whole lot of structural reform heading in the direction schaeuble would want in germany. toy have all these refugees build housing for, to feed. that is a lot of fiscal stimulus. at the bundesbank, they are talking about having 0.25% increase on gdp. schaeuble in some ways is making the opposite argument of what he's doing at home. guy: plenty to talk about. we need to talk about the cpi story as well. inflation, let's run you through what the market looks like with 28 minutes ago until the
Bloomberg
Mar 24, 2014 4:00am EDT
for growth. we have europe, ukraine, and china. >> and we have socgen this morning saying to expect some form of monetary loosening. there is no way they will get to 7.5% growth in china unless they take some action. they shrugged off the market and chinese data. uptrading began to pick momentum in the hour before the markets opened, we saw europe take a little bit more pressure. the french number, we will check in in terms of what the euro is doing. china is underwhelming. complex, we saw some additional moves, but they seem to have come undone. hedge fund managers have reduced their bullish bets by the most in nine months on wti. copper has turned up. in 2013.own 13% this was the worst-performing base metal. it had been a little bit lower, but look at gold. positions dropped for the fifth week in a war -- in a row. 1000 could be in the cards. in terms of the companies on the move, we are waiting for credit .uisse to cross they're going to pay $885 million for mortgages that they sold wrapped up and packed up. they have done a deal and restated their fourth-quarter earnings. they w
Bloomberg
Aug 31, 2015 3:00am EDT
key issues in the minds of traders -- china and the federal reserve. will china prop up their market as they lead into this victory parade later this week? the jury is a bit out. risk aversion. key central bankers over in jackson hole, the ecb, the bank of england and the federal reserve not too worried about inflation. dax up bying the almost one percentage point this morning. 0.8%.rly the cac 40 up by we are also seeing once again the euro playing a bit of hayes and trade. clearly there is money moving into the europe and yen as well. we will hear from zen becker in asia. the correlation between the yen and the euro with the highest correlation since 2007. both seen as an area where to put your cash when you want safety. copper is lower and oil is lower up by 1.3%. we are at $44.5 at the moment. glut butstill a supply more rigs coming online in the united states. the demand on the flipside doesn't look too great. let's have a look at what is happening in terms of the bond markets playing out. money going into germany and the united states. meanwhile we are seeing borrowing c
Bloomberg
Jan 21, 2014 3:00am EST
little bit ofe a optimism and the biggest concern is china. the whole story. the futures are high and they are increasing in the markets. we have one piece of data, this ee w -- zew. ceo, what is the take away? >> he brought up china and the emerging markets and they weren't about it in 2013. -- warned about it in 2013. overall, the four-year looks better than expected. the underlying sales are better than expected and the emerging markets just managed to get eight percent. getting a growth of a percent is what he is saying and the share is up 3.3% as we speak. are cautious on growth in developing markets. >> we will hear the voice from the man himself. let's go to berlin. david, you are looking at the stocks. let me tell you where they are trading at. what do you think? has beaten the profitability target margin of 35% to 2017. this is as they look at getting extra market share and transitioning towards cloud computing. the growth in cloud computing is something like 41% in annualized growth annually. i will be back with more. >> we will look at that later on. let's have a look a
Bloomberg
Nov 18, 2015 3:00am EST
. economy and the fed on one hand. on the other hand, there's china , with president xi jinping saying the economy faces considerable downward pressure. let's look at how the markets in europe are reacting. just opening here and it looks like it could be red across the board. ftse 100 down. dax down over 0.5%. , almost byweaker too 0.7%. let's take a look at the dollar. this is going to be the currency in focus today. looking pretty flat, but it is at a seven-month high against the euro. look at the dollar index. the bloomberg dollar index tracks the dollar against a basket of 10 major currencies. that is at a record high. that is the dollar. i'll keep you up-to-date on equities. we've got to look at the commodity markets as well. gold coming in pretty flat. this is trading near a five-year low. expectations increase for that fed rate rise. coming off its worst stretch of losses since 1950. silver acts both as a precious metal and industrial metal. it is facing downward pressure from both sides. almosting a little, up 0.3%. copper extending losses. copper is at a 2009 low. the lme, tha
Bloomberg
Apr 20, 2016 2:30am EDT
phenomenal sales in china. we are down 3.5% of the shanghai composite. it seems to be the pboc hinting that maybe it is time to? orbit corporateme to tackle debt. it could be a down day in the united states. day. could be a down we are seeing oil fall off. they could have something to do with the situation in kuwait. down below -- wti down below 40. we see a stronger again this morning. in terms of silver, look at where that is. it is basically flat now. i am going to send it back to you. you are going to give me some news. caroline: i certainly am. donald trump is reasserting his status as republican front runner after a big win. he built his business empire there and urging businesses to vote saying his main opponent ted cruz does not like new york. hillary clinton scored an equally big win. she was expected to do well in new york having been elected twice as senator. the city of london should expect its preeminent role in the -- if brazil leaves the european union. that's if britain leads the european union. -- if britain leaves the european union. leaving the eu would diminish that
Bloomberg
Dec 8, 2015 3:00am EST
reacting to the china data, the drop in both imports and exports. asian stocks weren't immune. we saw a drop there. markets, ituropean looks like the ftse 100, pretty much flat. we are seeing a little bit of a slowdown. what stick it to some of the stocks we are watching this let's look at some of the stocks we are watching this morning. keep your eye on these two stocks. people have been saying that orange is an early discussions about buying bouygues'skeep telm and media assets. what could happen in this potential deal is that bouygues might actually carve out its construction unit and maintain a minority stake in the combined company. don't just keep an i on these stocks. it looks like they are moving higher. keep an eye on other players in in europe. market moving onto anglo american, we are talking about commodities. the slump in commodities across the board, anglo-american holding its investor day today. we might see a statement coming out about now, the investor day happening between 9:00 and 11:00. that stock at the unit doesn't seem to be moving, but it is the second worst pe
Bloomberg
Jul 23, 2015 3:00am EDT
price driven -- despite economic challenges. although china is going up and down depending on which day you open the newspaper, we still see an underlying growth. where we have seen the slowdown is in southeast asia, countries like indonesia, thailand and the philippines. their economies are slowing down a little bit. india not being as quick and the rebound after the election as we expected. europe and the u.s. -- europe is a deflation for us unfortunate. we like to see them do better here it jonathan: caroline hyde joins us right now. a fantastic company. what else did he tell you? caroline: maybe you used a uterine at some point, you know this company. it was pretty impressive that they managed to post 6% increase in the market. they're exposed to russia and brazil. the way that they are managing to fight this is hiking up their prices. the fact that you have seen depreciation, but continuing to innovate as well. they feel they could be getting 4 billion euros from online at the moment. they can't one point -- they can't pinpoint how much they get from online sales, because it change
Bloomberg
Apr 16, 2014 3:00am EDT
what happened in the past 24 hours in ukraine u.s.has not troubled sentiment and china data. >> we saw a little bit of a tech rise there. let's cross over to berlin. as the conflict in eastern ukraine continues to escalate? >> yes, it does. lavrov, the russian foreign minister is in hanoi at the moment. he is making a tour of east asia. he is saying that the action of the ukrainians trying to regaining the buildings in east ukraine are unconstitutional. he says he still plans to attend the geneva-ukraine peace talks tomorrow. >> we will follow that very closely. we will cross back to david tweed throughout the hour. you are covering credit suisse. you just sat down with the ceo, brady dougan. >> that is right, francine. they delivered a miss on net income. we were looking for a billion swiss franc. they delivered 859 million. west -- wealth management is the other side of the story. the question will continue to be asked -- should they rein in the investment tanks -- banks? can they rollout for the provisions? he told me no. credit suisse is down 2%. we will have more from john fro
Bloomberg
Dec 23, 2015 3:00am EST
rocky year for the miners, we have a light at the end of the tunnel. then nikecerns and outruns a china slowdown. let's talk about these commodities. the world needs to get used to cheap chinese steel as the world's biggest producer adjusts to demands. programlcome to the fabian lloyd. still with us, richard hunter. we have a busy conversation around the desk. out 2016, if you could. you see the major metals remaining load their 10 year norms in 2016. >> it is not very christmasy. the chinese situation, the slowdown, has impacted steel and the base metals absolutely. we're looking for for prices next year to be on average, lower than the 2015 average. we see some higher prices. the market is in a oversupply. copper, zinc, and nickel are raising. we like zinc the best. anna: it is hard to work out what the biggest surprise was in 2015. it was an eventful year for commodities. >> i think the biggest surprise was oil at the beginning of the year because we have an 11 year low. i think the biggest surprise was keptact that opec not only producing, but saudi arabia increased production signi
Bloomberg
Jun 4, 2015 3:00am EDT
securities, brokerage, one of them in china, they are since ending margin financing for those small cap stocks. they are citing recent gains. we have seen more than 150% up year-to-date for small-cap stocks in china. a high price to earnings ratio. there is speculation from analysts that more brokerage could come. china cleaning up. $4 trillion added to the value of chinese shares. there have been headlines coming from the bank of japan, here is you go corrado -- allies have been talking about how the yen strength has been corrected. policymakers are not speaking about declines further in the yen. jonathan: great work. here is what is coming up, a very busy hour. we speak to the head of the south african central bank. then we bring it back to europe where the bomb cell is in full stride. we will break it down. after calling that bond selloff, bill gross has a new short. those stories and many more coming up. for now let's head out to cape town, the world economic forum with the theme of reimagining africa's future. anna is there. anna: the 25th world economic forum in cape town this
Bloomberg
Nov 11, 2015 3:00am EST
a- nejra: there has slow start to the week. we have mixed data from china. the ftse 100 opening almost .2% higher. cac 40 just over .2% higher. we are still waiting for the dax to open. we've got a couple of big german companies reporting today. at the moment, not seeing any huge gains across europe. we'll see how that continues as the trade settles. the bigve a look at movie spirit starting with kohlberg. the world's biggest brewer in russia. the market has been a challenge for this company. it continues to be at what we saw today is earnings coming in just a little bit better than expected. the headline really is carlsbad cutting out 2000 jobs. .hat is 15% cutting costs to compete with more profitable rivals, e.on. falling at 30%. biggest net loss since 2000. a cannot say with the long-term effects are. get straight to the breaking news. we have a confirmation. bear -- let's bring ryan into the conversation. quite a premium to go into it. ryan: it is the announcement of a packed. buybeth making an effort to sabmiller. 44 bucks afering share. events.nteresting abn beth in the u
Bloomberg
Oct 12, 2015 3:00am EDT
saying china is going to increase support for redevelopment -- shantytown redevelopment and lowering taxes and lowering, i guess stimulus efforts for people to get into the economy. goldenthe numbers from which is boosted, the sentiment here in asia. looking like the shanghai composite will close at a seven-week high as we finish out in a very solid session. thank you very much. that is what is happening in markets. here is what is happening in today show. will for sell, glencore sell. wake up to graczyk, to keep the eu in the european union. -- wake up to grexit -- brexit. the head of copper, rio tinto, said something does not stack up. ♪ jonathan: glencore has started a process to sell copper mines in chile and austria on top of the $10 billion the company said it would raise to cut the debt after commodity price slumped. blas andng in javier head of investment at cross bridge capital were he helped manage over $2 billion in assets. javier, a company that is very good. are we at the bottom of the cycle. javier blas: it looks like that. you remember how glencore built its
Bloomberg
Mar 21, 2014 4:00am EDT
benchmarks in europe. china confirms what we already knew. a slowdown in china. the currency having its worst week in 20 years. that is what everybody is talking about. euro/dollar, 1.3768. look at this. euro is having its worst week since january. down 1% against the dollar. nothing to do with the ecb. they may well be very thankful for janet yellen's words. was it a slip? did she mean to say that a considerable amount of time means six months after qe ends? four fed speakers -- look out for every single word they say. that is their opportunity to backtrack from janet yellen's words. that is your number one focus today. >> thank you so much, jonathan ferro with the latest on the markets. the u.s. and eu tightened sanctions on president vladimir couldn't -- vladimir putin. european leaders are in brussels for a second day of meetings. ryan chilcote is on the ground. let's run through some of the sanction targets. sanctions target individuals and they include some interesting personalities. , theyllionaire brothers are both friends of vladimir putin. about $7recipients of billion worth o
Bloomberg
Sep 14, 2015 3:00am EDT
china. what does it mean for the u.s. in terms of potential fed rate hike? let's have a look at where we are opening up this morning. basicallyed picture, slacked on the 5100. a little bit of caution -- up a 10th of a percent. it is the overall selloff we are seeing in china that is slumped. we are seeing a 3% drop of the shanghai composite and we will be getting over to asia shortly. that is about $80 billion wiped off the market valuation of the shanghai composite. what does this mean for growth when you see the numbers and industrial output, investment? dax opens 1/10 of percent lower. there will be in effect on the rest of the market. copper is trading lower once again as concerns about chinese slowing growth prop up. similarly, trade and the u.k. is off by half a percentage point. no end to the woes for commodities going forward. interestingly, the other thing on investors' minds is the fomc. we have-day meeting, seen the dollar drop off by 2/10 of a percent. we would see any sort of rate hike come september. those futures funds tend to signal a 28% rise likelihood of the federal
Bloomberg
Oct 14, 2016 2:30am EDT
the first time since 2012, is it just a blip. chemical experiment, china is said to line a combination between kim china and another company. what does this experiment with enterprises mean for investors? tough talk. the eu president said in a brexit -- any brexit will be paid for by britain's. plus, the prime minister think she can have cake and eat it. and we talked to a ceo in about 15 minutes. caroline: we are less than a half-hour from the european owner. we could see a bounce back from features. today, futures signal an update. about 4/10 of a percent. a risk appetite coming out on the back of those numbers from china. is it something here to stay? guy: let's talk a little bit about what is happening with the stories. let's get a first word news. -- go to first world news. isphiladelphia fed president uncertainty -- making an argument for delaying the rate increase. will be al banker voter's ear says he is worried about potential policies that would have distorted effects, depending on the outcome of the vote. he did support a rate hike in september. scotland's first
Bloomberg
Jul 16, 2015 3:00am EDT
political economy that we have come to accept. guy: china, it has had this pivot, is understanding the need to get the household sector going. that they need to create domestic growth. when you look at the volatility in the stock market over the last couple of weeks, is that part of the transition? is that some and they just have to go to will -- through? they do to figure out how that will start to get into the sector. what is going on there? hugh: let me tell you why i believe we are seeing a blue market in chinese equities. we have long seen a dissociation between economic growth and stock market performance in china. it is not a mystery. china was a bit like one of these copper retailers where you can increase your capital by opening stores but the margin return is collapsing. a smart analysts can see it. china was there. the gdp machine were being obliterated. once they rejected that model, you see an improvement in marginal returns. that pivot can be extreme. you go from equities having no interest to being something of perpetual value. that is important. china is very much like
Bloomberg
Apr 2, 2015 3:00am EDT
of borrowed money. as the people's bank of china encourages investment, are traitors flying too close -- traders flying too close to the sun. a lot of folks will be on the u.s. so let's check in with caroline hyde. caroline: it is all about tomorrow and the payroll. the market will be closed. it will be easter holiday for many across europe and asia. there will be some notable openings. today is pretty flat ahead of the data. when a disappointing u.s. data yesterday from a manufacturing point of view and the employment point of view. the ftse 100 moving up. dax open down .1%. flat when looking at the equity market. news out of greece, the lifeline extended by 700 million euros. managing to keep themselves a float. still money hemorrhaging out of the banks. 28 billion euros has been clawed back. we wonder whether that previous prime minister is extending an olive branch to the man who ousted him. tsipras, will he need his help? euro up .4%. the lark -- largely we see the dollar down. talks continuing in switzerland and still no deal when it comes to iran on the nuclear front. and
Bloomberg
Sep 30, 2014 3:00am EDT
production. china missed on purchasing management index. retail sales are higher in a germany. we are waiting on cpi. to give him or be a drug he reprised from having to do more. -- to give a mario draghi reprise from having to do more. he needs something much more like qe heavy. or it will continue according to our guests this morning. a flavor of what is going on. rbs. you begin to understand and the data versus reality. theyaid this morning intend to outperform the number they has set aside. but because of the irish property market. they have seen property value rise. the bank is able to release money. that is fantastic. theyer, what i was say, are going to get into why prices are being manipulated. the agency where it love the bad stocks was coming from, are they real price rises? i will leave that for you. third quarter sales is being cut. they save sales are up i 6%. a to would be 10%. it was warm in august. -- as they said it would be 10%. if the warm weather continues, they made me to we approach their private -- target they gave. we will wait and see how it plays out. and tor
Bloomberg
Jan 23, 2014 3:00am EST
across in china. london down, barely moving. virtually flat. resources and travel are down. what we have got is china, the preliminary purchasing managers index coming in, showing a contraction. that upset the markets somewhat. as well as that, you're looking at spanish unemployment, really dominating the agenda above 26%. the markets virtually unchanged at the moment. let's have a look at some of the foreign exchange boards. dollar just the coming back a little against the euro. 1.3599. again, virtually unchanged. 1.6589. overall, would you can see is the usa today. we are going to have jobless claims. this is the driver for the dollar component. existing home sales and leading economic indicators also due to come out. keep an eye on dollar/sterling. 16588. ian mccafferty says business investment is feeble, hence the reason might -- the reason why stimulus needs to stay. let's give you some company news this morning. a successful bid by china's lenovo to buy the low-end server business of ibm may trigger a u.s. security review. lenovo is likely to pay up to $2.5 billion for the ibm
Bloomberg
Oct 20, 2015 3:00am EDT
a show. from china with love, david talkon hopes xi jinping's could be worth 30 billion pounds for businesses. fedreporter will speak to vice president john williams. a $6 billion fat finger. deutsche bank as said to have transferred billions of dollars to u.s. hedge fund all by mistake. -- fund by mistake. front and center in the u.k. xi jinpingsident landed last night tourette carpet reception and prime minister cameron said it will bring in more than 30 billion pounds worth of deals and investment. for more, we're joined by caroline hyde outside of buckingham palace and bloomberg news reporter andrew davis in hong kong. great to have you both. caroline, the industry's said to benefit, have got the details? industry every single is said to help that 30 billion pounds of investment, almost 4000 jobs said to be created. technology will be a winner. xi jinping will visit a a chinesecompany and company, maker of telecom equipment and tech will be winning and retail. about one billion pounds to be added up by introducing the chinese consumer that much more tightly to the u.k. exporter
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