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Bloomberg
Mar 28, 2014 4:00am EDT
the hierarchy within china. they will use monetary policy to show how their confident in keeping growth in the range. that is what the markets want to hear. there's one point of alert, which i think is certainly worth ringing to attention. as the portion of cash that investors are holding in their portfolio. it is the highest since july 2012. that is certainly something which is worth bearing in mind. at 200 41 fund managers. the highest proportion of cash in your portfolio since 2012. is that taking risk off the table? that is for more creative minds than mine to work out. i think this is a three-pronged layer this morning. china is saying they will stick with the growth target. japan is saying they were worried about retail sales and will go for higher front and stimulus. was actually very good from the united states of america yesterday afternoon. equities arising. 70% of their respondents say that geopolitics is the major risk. that is up from 27% in december. that shows you the step change in terms of how geopolitics has modeled it in terms of the mind of the investor. this
Bloomberg
Jan 7, 2016 2:30am EST
have to -- we have to talk about china. we heard patrick talking about a lack of handholding i the chinese authorities in doing whatever it is they are trying to do with their currency. we heard from nick wadhams as well in beijing. he said they botched this u.n. devaluation. we need to understand better what they are trying to do. the pboc were being accused of the same thing in august. we have the nervousness at the start of 2015 in the pboc says we will cut it by the most since august. that fuels any uncertainty that already exists. as someone tweeted me this morning, if you were 13 minutes late to trading, you missed the whole day. anna: there goes the whole of thursday's trading day and that is having repercussions across a number of asset classes. whether you look at oil getting weaker -- all of these asset classes are being impacted. we'll will have plenty of these conversation throughout program stop for now let's get the word with caroline hyde. the worst start for chinese markets in two decades shows no signs of letting up. almost $640 billion were wiped off the stock mar
Bloomberg
Dec 23, 2013 4:00am EST
>> apple connects with china mobile. they finally strike a deal to get 1.2 billion subscribers access to the iphone. >> the amnesty continues as putin releases one of pussy ri ot's members. mikhail khodorkovsky says he will work to get other risen out of jail. >> and an exclusive interview with the las vegas sands billionaire. he talks about the future and why he is not lacing his bets online. online.ng his bets good morning. welcome to "the pulse." we are live from bloomberg's european headquarters in london. >> we begin with a deal between apple and china mobile. after six years of negotiations, the two companies have struck a negotiation -- struck an agreement. us withine high joins the details. it has been a while coming. >> six years of haggling and finally, apple is able to access a customer base that is more than double the population of the united states. 1.2 billion. this is a big gap in the distribution of the apple iphone. they have already been in china since 2009. but via the second-largest carrier, china unicom. finally, the deal is sealed with china mobile. just
Bloomberg
Aug 11, 2015 3:00am EDT
classes and everybody knowing china is trying to boost exports. is it trying to tap into the imf? to ensure it will come to reserve currency? the special digital area for china. it is having an effect on the market. cac 40 is often by zero .3%. it is going to play in stocks in europe. he trading partner. look in luxury and cars. how much does it show china's concern about the economy? how much will a hurt companies selling the to china? the yuan not getting u.s. much bang getting eu as much for your buck. out of greece, a deal is done. greek minister. we want at devil and the detail. it moved a bit. the euro is declining. the dollar rise. up against 16 major trading peers. it is dominating because of the yuan move. china trying to devalue and trying to play catch up as we will speak at the stephen saywell. the dollar has rallied higher against asian peers a global peers, will not see -- will not seen it. the overall affect market to very stable. they let go because the data makes too much sense to start a export growth. dollar rallying higher. will it play in for the federal reserve
Bloomberg
Sep 21, 2015 3:00am EDT
unit on the issues of that port explosion in china. u.s. auto exposure down 3% and rsa say they will not be buying it for more than 5 billion pounds. i wish i could give you volkswagen's numbers. it could fall as much as 10%, it is all about admitting ditch eking on u.s. air pollution tests for years. where does that leave the chief executive? volkswagen could be down as much as 10%. will bring that stock open when it opens. let's get your asia market wrap with zeb eckert in hong kong. zeb: another down day in the asia-pacific. look at the boards following on that 1% decline on wall street as investors interpret the federal reserve decision. the health of the global economy and china in particular. those concerns are driving markets lower. it is unclear exactly why stocks are rising. perhaps investors are betting on additional stimulus. the concern in the wider market in this part of the world is, is the chinese slowdown deeper? oft fed decision race a lot eyebrows. emerging market currencies are falling and getting hit hard as investors pile in to risk-free assets. get out of risks
Bloomberg
Sep 3, 2015 3:00am EDT
be talking with the ecb decisions. one of our guests sits a 40% shot at china flexes and markets take a breather. the political story takes his and stage. don't miss our interview. that is in less than 30 minutes. the top story is the ecb in frankfurt. the question everyone will be asking, will mario draghi reach for a statement? investors will be listening closely to any statement from him. hans nichols joins us from berlin. say, will he be speaking a lot of mandarin? hans: we was see has get his mandarin and greek is. the one thing we know we would get today is what mario draghi and governing council say about inflation. three months ago, they expected to be at 0.3% that really hasn't happened. we haven't seen that much inflation so they may have to revise that. three months ago they said oil would be $63 a barrel. it reached a low of $43 a barrel. you will see how they factor in inflation. if they revise it down once, the give any hint about extending the length of quantitative easing? will they change the type of assets they are buying? those are minor tweaks they could potentiall
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
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
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
Sep 7, 2015 3:00am EDT
futures up by 7/10 of 1%. -- up by .7%. a decline in china. not as big as many would have imagined. let's have a look at how the equity markets fared in the region. shanghai composite finishing down by 2.5%. lower today. don't forget it was closed on thursday, and friday to commemorate the end of world war ii. we had officials in the g-20 to soothe concerns over the economy. the forecast stabilization in the currency and the stock market in coming months. that did not help the region. asll, the decline not as big many anticipated. here is what is happening. the european stock market opened. we have had an number of weeks of decline. three weeks out of four in the european stock market. gains in london and paris it gains in italy and the north region as well. things are not looking too bad. investors none the wiser until the fes raise interest rates after mixed jobs report on friday. the euro and little bit lower today. money moving into the canadian dollar. money moving into the australian dollar. if the euro falls this week, it will be the third decline. do we have an opening pric
Bloomberg
Aug 14, 2015 3:00am EDT
the people's bank of china strengthens its reference right. crude crash. does the global supply glut continue? the beauty i drops to a 6 --- wti drops to a six-year low. a lot to discuss ahead of the open. the dax futures higher. ftse futures higher as well. could we get higher in the european open? let's get straight to caroline hyde. caroline: greece voting for that third bailout package. we are seeing the open basically flat in france. ftse up 0.1%. the interesting figures will be the devil in the detail when it comes to greece. how many people did alexis tsipras manage to bring with him from his own syriza party and the opposition? how much can they woo germany to show they have the guts, the coverage, and the determination to impose the reforms being demanded by germany at the moment? that 85 billion euros of bailout figures, they want to see change happening in greece. guess wasat one of my telling me earlier. ftse 100 opens flat. dax flat as well. we are waiting and seeing how greece plays out. they gather to discuss the bailout. and what happens in china? calm after the
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
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 20, 2016 2:30am EST
discuss that first. and look at markets. if you want to read on china and global trade there is no one better to speak to them we both later. russiacommodity market, is a big state in that bank. russia's future is critical here. if that budget needs to be change, does russia their stance? what does that mean for a bank that already has sanctions on it? emphasis on the consciousness rather than the optimism. metric, youet a were there last year. more conscious this year? jonathan: we were sitting here this time last are talking about ecb that was about to conduct qe. if we put the question to all the guests and said wearable stocks he a year from now? i'm pretty sure they would is it higher. guess what, where on the qb gains? they are not here anymore. nowhere near the same as what happened in the u.s. from the market perspective, it is very different. we went into 2015 looking at qe and a new round of stimulus the ecb and a sense of optimism. now i wonder about the policy response and the effectiveness of ecb policy. it will be a big conversation i suspect. what exactly does mario drag
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
May 4, 2015 3:00am EDT
. a shade lower in china. the index a little lower. voices coming through from the americas. cleveland saying all federal reserve meanings have the possibility of rate hikes on the table as did the president of san francisco is saying anything could be in place. a really mixed, virtually unchanged paris a shade lower. you have moderately weaker volumes on the day. interesting stocks. adidas 73 dollars $.83. trading higher. they said selling reebok. -- adidas $73.83. siemens is down, a report they are selling three businesses. and on friday i covered a story in our's sources say according to -- there we go. those disappointing pmi numbers. you can call it a marginal effect. the aussie dollar has had a bit of a flurry. the momentum there through april through may as the recovery. not very well for rate cut tomorrow from the rba. the market is the least short. aussie dollar down for the fourth day in a row. jonathan: thank you. looking forward to the rba decision. four days of the tens negotiations and no sign the country is any closer to a deal with its creditors as a 200 million euros r
Bloomberg
Oct 10, 2014 3:00am EDT
very near to zero growth rate across the board. we are seeing china continued to slow down. this has spread globally. >> u.s. treasuries. are you looking at higher rates at the end of the year? . have yield of 2.3% it keeps getting lower. >> i think it has to do with the stronger dollar coming down. ener prices are going down. it has to come down. there is a tightening taking place. in essence the tenure is going down, reflecting measures that are reduced. >> lower yields a little more stimulus. dealing with monetary side of things. my question is how do they deal situationt out of the they are in? there has been a debate as to whether they are scared of the market reaction. in your mind is federal reserve profit dictated by what happens in the market? >> it is a symbiotic relationship. the dollar is tightening, which means the fed's work is just dominated. the fact that equity markets are coming down. it is another symptom the fed can take a backseat. the fed does not need to tighten right here. the prices and everything else is telling you everything is calm. that means there is hu
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 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
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
Sep 18, 2015 3:00am EDT
rally in emerging market currency. that was significant because of what happened in china, giving a bit of breathing space for emerging market currencies. it would have been to downward pressure on the currency and maybe capital outflow out of asia as pressure mounts to borrow u.s. dollars. rallied around the region and that is why emerging market currencies got a bit of the left. that is why shanghai was adding back and forth -- ebbing back-and-forth. whereg picture is still we were yesterday, waiting and watching to see what the fed will do. a rate hike is not off the table even though economist say it is being pushed into next year. as long as the threat remains, the threat of volatility for asian emerging-market currencies, like in indonesia, malaysia, which have had a tough time, that pressure is always going to be there because of the fear of those higher borrowing costs. u.s.r yield in the yo e could reverse the trend. there is if you that the temper tantrum is taking the volatility out of the market, but i can't be ruled out that if the fed does hike there will be more turmoil i
Bloomberg
Sep 30, 2015 3:00am EDT
china. we worried about the deeply shaken -- the devaluation of the yua. the yuan -- the u.s. kept waiting to raise rates. the tax is currently up by 2%. currently, we see the others drive higher. currently, a state of risk appetite. we wonder if it is time to get back into the market. you can see similar risk appetites when it comes to fx. 2/10 of a is rising cent today. even though the yen is currently on track to have its best quarter in three years. havens are out of the money going. the euro has been a haven in the past quarter. meanwhile, commodities trade higher. currently, the copper market is up. it looks like it is higher. we see some move in the commodities at the moment. us look at the stocks there this morning. i want to focus on autos in particular. os are driving 1.3% higher. is cut somena slack. we see big news on autos. we see china cutting the tax on small passenger vehicles. anything is better than 1.6 10%rs, will not have to pay tax anymore. you pay 5% tax. that helps the autos currently trade up. it is set to open higher this morning. down by one point 1%. the
Bloomberg
Dec 10, 2014 3:00am EST
talk about not the ecb, the people's bank of china after the break. we will talk about chinese investments. chinese data disappoints. almost 3%ai closes up this morning. we look at the reason behind the rally as "on the move" returns. as we head to the break, here is the picture for you. losses around 2%-3% on the periphery. a rebound today. the dax in frankfurt is up. ♪ >> welcome back to "on the move ." i jonathan ferro. ing live on your phone, apple tv, amazon fire tv, and on the television. a little bit of a loss yesterday. you see it on your screen. it was pretty sizable. everyone talking about the economic fundamentals support this rally. this morning, we got a little bit of data. second-largest economy drop for the 33rd month. consumer prices rose at the slowest pay since 2009. tom or lick joins me now. we can talk about whether this will scope a move from the people's bank of china. let's talk about the date of first. what is driving the deflationary pressure? >> there are two factors at work. the first one is good news for china. china is a big importer of energy. in
Bloomberg
Aug 17, 2015 3:00am EDT
are expecting a rebound. we saw a 2.7% selloff in the stoxx last week. with china ringing in everyone's ears, we saw the dollar surged and we saw a bit of a comes turn about the exporters getting hit. today, a bit more tentative buying. a little more appetite for risk as we see a bit of a stabilization in china. we see the pboc once again holding steady, keeping that yuan at a steady level. yuanconomists saying, the can rise, it can fall, and we will combat both moves should we need to. the dax up 0.5%. big vote on wednesday. angela merkel trying to rearrange her schedule to get this vote through, talking potential debt relief for greece. trying to woo the imf to get on board with the third bailout being offered to greece. that third payment comes on august 20. we are higher across the board looking at the eurozone when it comes to equities. the euro is down against the dollar. we've got interesting data coming out of the u.s. later today. we got manufacturing, inflation, we also get fed president william, voting member, speaking on his view of whether has what happened in as
Bloomberg
Jan 29, 2016 3:00am EST
. .t very dramatic day in japan a bit more stability in china, because markets stay in positive territory -- stayed in positive territory throughout the day. up hunt sing index also 2.5%. people saying this month set off was -- month's selloff was overdone. we also have the -- john, back to you -- jonathan ferro, back .o you as guy said, not quite shocking all. higher. here in europe, ftse 100 up by 18 points. we're talking bank of japan. kuroda surprises the market as he adopters -- as he adopts and david rate -- a negative rate strategy. -- coordinated output cuts can be on the table. they roll-on in russia rolls on. ♪ guy: strategist at jpmorgan still with us. what is dominating market thinking. is there a danger -- this is a store we talked earlier on this week. the ecb do a little and more to weaken the currency. they push the dollar higher. you can argue that since we got into the story toward the backend of last year, the one consistentlys been there has been the summer dollar creeping higher. that had a massive effect on commodities. you saw it in the apple numbers. yo
Bloomberg
Sep 11, 2015 3:00am EDT
up they are pulling back on china, because of corruption investigations. back to you. jonathan: 10 minutes into it -- two minutes into the session. another choppy week. shery ahn, your asian market wrap. shery: it is a mixed picture today with markets lacking. the shanghai composite wasn't negative territory most of the day. in the last 40 minutes, stocks regaining ground it finishing unchanged. volume only half of its three-month average. that is after the offshore yuan jump. the hang seng index getting .4% -- index gaining .4%. the nikkei, we did not know where the market was going, but .2%.nished down with that rally earlier, the nikkei is on a positive note. gaining on a weekly basis for the first time in a month. new zealand down about the same amount. as he lined we had -- new zealand, we had manufacturing data out, showing expansion in august. bank keepingntral its key interest rates steady. one of the big gainers inch .8%. strengthening jonathan: have a great weekend and asia. we are lookingd, forward to fed today, september 17, when the market finds out if the fed will hik
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
May 3, 2016 2:30am EDT
. they say they have been bouncing out the china concerns. remain to be seen. if we get another poor inflation rate, it does seem to indicate that the central bank is prepared to act. when you keep cutting rates, there is a sense, and you know this in london, you are feeding into future profit prices. that speculates on real estate assets and that is a huge problem here in sydney. bubbles are also standing to rear their ugly head. anna: that is definitely something we know a little bit about here in london. guest.elcome our great to have you on the program. when you see what happened to the australian currency this morning, a bit of a surprise that the australians are cutting rates even further? we saw a tweak in the inflation number. anna: which was negative? we had a substantial reaction. it remains to be seen. the australian dollar has rebounded nicely over the past three months. they were driven by commodity prices, but also, the new set of china. that recovery in china is questionable. it is questioned because it is based on a massive boost from the government, massive lending i
Bloomberg
Aug 12, 2015 3:00am EDT
countries taking a hit. all caps china among their top trading partners. we will see how it will affect those, but it is some in the maybe they can do without. perhaps that will reduce the amount that they will be importing from many of those countries. we have some intraday moves on the currencies. the dollar strengthening against the yuan. the mexican peso down as well. it is having an impact across the board. jonathan: let's bring in some of the bloomberg team. they've been following this story throughout the last 24 hours, and that, i want to start with you. they told us it was a one off move, but if you will take notice of of the markets want to see, if we are heading lower debt to keep cutting the reference rate. they can't just be a one-off move can it? nick: the government is saying we will give the market a greater role, but at the same rate, sos is a fixing they are quite clear to make to read states with that 2% dan. the government's intentions are not exactly clear. this will obviously benefit chinese exports, chinese growth at a 7% target for the end of the year. it is real
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
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
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
Sep 1, 2015 3:00am EDT
down by over one percentage point. big moves and asia. not in japan -- and not in china but japan. reporter: i wish i had better news but a down day across of the region. what looks to be a volatile september. disappointing data from china driving it's a lower. japan where we had the yen rising due to the safe haven buying. investors getting out and fire safe assets. gold advancing as well. significant drop for the japanese market. the index falling. on the upside in the japanese session today. currencies are moving across the region. trade center the and the shanghai, the big story. 1.2% decline. it was worse earlier, we were down as much as 4.8%. speculation that the government buying -- a lot all speculation at that the government is coming in and buying up stocks. meantime in hong kong, property shares on the upside. telecom and china mobile is up. investment, estate a 1% gain. major property development and we of seen energy -- energy stocks rather in hong kong. a bit of pressure even though oil has been rising. look at what is happening with the majors. h shares. a reversal
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
May 11, 2015 3:00am EDT
week. china's rate cut has had very little impression so far. it seems to come down to the discourse in germany. especially and number will administration. support for the merkel position ticket greece at any cost. -- especially the envelope merkel administration -- angela merkel administration. job cuts last week but earnings came out of this morning. what we saw was underlined at $8 million. tyinb b -- tying back in is what the market is looking at. the big news with ahold are they in preliminary merger talks? one of the newspapers say that spoken to several sources and no price discussions and it will come down to shareholders which is mainly the family. and will they reach an agreement or work in unison? i want to take you back to the map. i saw this story which i found interesting. the dax, we are waiting for it to un-frost. almost $600 million going to the dax. this is an equity index at a five-year high in terms of valuation. if valuation drop precipitously last month and the valuation, the dax is nearly 6% below that stoxx 600 and money flowing at the fastest rate in nearly a ye
Bloomberg
Feb 19, 2014 3:00am EST
eight breweries in china. carlsberg has also changed the trust of its major shareholder, the carlsberg foundation. that is going to make carlsberg a lot more flexible when it comes to m&a. i will be an interesting thing to ask the chief executive, what have they got in mind in terms of m&a? which parts of asia do they want to grow fastest? >> david, thank you. one of our guests is watching their expansion plans in asia. certainly key to that story. don't miss our interview later on "the pulse" with the carlsberg ceo joergen rasmussen. i will be coming up on the program. coming up, clashes in ukraine turn deadly. we will bring you the latest developments on the escalating conflict after the break. ♪ >> welcome back to "on the move ." i am anna edwards in for francine lacqua. we are 30 minutes into the trading day here in europe. let's see how things are shaping up. this is the picture across the equity markets. unchanged in paris. the london market fairly flat with a slap report that -- a slight upward bias. the standout performance in the shape of bae in london and peugeot
Bloomberg
Jul 16, 2014 3:00am EDT
about bubbles, versus the fed reserve being concerned about technology stocks. china gdp coming in higher than the market had estimated. there is very little to drive the market higher. the conclusion comes down to this, the china data is being trumped by the federal reserve both in terms of janet yellen's delivery and in terms of what the federal reserve report actually says about where we are with overvaluation. that is going to play into the market. ryan and caroline both mentioned a couple stocks on the open. let's see if we can get any valuations on -- asml. we will take you through the details of what extreme ultraviolet delivery in terms of machines. , you are seeing a total income rise of 16%. they are validating the purchase of brussels. rio tinto up 1.7%. iron ore production up 11%. it depends which way you want to read this market. for an iron ore producer, growth numbers coming from china. depending on the reliability, it is good news. they depend on ore. copper production has raised. with just quickly check in one currency that i was checking on throughout the morning.
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
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 14, 2015 3:00am EDT
time. nevertheless, you know china calling on the demand side of equation and the supply side is ramping up. let's have a look at how that affects stocks this morning. you'll see less thing for the buck. we are seeing a deal in mergers and acquisitions when it comes to chipmakers. the university in china offers $23 billion and this will be the biggest deal for a chinese company buying a u.s. one. this is a big play for other chipmakers on the move. the numbers are looking rather tasty. sales are up. >> thank you very much. the ftse 100 is down and if you look at the commodity markets, brent falls on the back of the deal with iran. a deal was said to have been reached on the nuclear program. we're joined by elliott gotkine. if feels like we have been here before. do we have a deal? >> the official expects public announcements in the next couple of hours and this basically means a lifting of sanctions and iran will curtail the nuclear program. there is access to a military site that was shifted to a side deal. they conclude the investigation of the nuclear work. it seems like anyth
Bloomberg
Jul 9, 2015 3:00am EDT
stocks, only a 5%. think of a links that the government has had to go to two in fuel buying in china. they are halting more than 50% of stocks in terms of being able to trade. there is a ban on selling if you are a notable stockholder, if you have 15% you are not allowed to sell. extreme is what usps world management called it. will we see more declines in china? let's have a look there seems to be a movement out of the havens. the japanese yen had been strengthening and now it is coming off of that seven-week high. the yen is lower, currently trading at 121.33. the dollar is slightly less en vogue. the euro is trading higher. oil, a sudden slight rebound in oil. biggest us long in oil significantly this year, we are down more than 8% in terms of oil. china is the worry, it is the second biggest demand or. iran is a worry, yet another deadline missed in terms of lifting sanctions. we still see morgan stanley stock to saying they are set for a modest recovery and they are getting it. i will leave you with oil at 1.6. jonathan: the 5100 up. let's go to asia. juliet, the shanghai compos
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
Nov 5, 2015 3:00am EST
toward target, the effect of china and august has brought a lot of uncertainty. gives them confidence that they can continue with the game plan which is december liftoff at a gradual move and normalizing interest rates. fuse -- views make people nervous. do you share the view? >> i think the market is not pricing enough. the market price is in the order of to write hakes -- rate hikes and 16. what they most likely expect to happen is four hikes in 16 and five in 17. the market is just above 50-50 and they have not priced enough in terms of rate hike risk premium. we are short the very front end of the u.s. bond market. jon: treasuries, yields, two years. what is at me for you? >> in terms of the 10 year sector, it will be more protected. more protected because it is about repositioning the front and and the 10 year as more driven by global factors and the ecb mate will be cutting interest rates. is not lookingan at further asset purchases but , the marketiquidity is still flush. loop?t is the feedback the yields push higher. that means rate differentials are in play again for the doll
Bloomberg
May 2, 2016 2:30am EDT
. let's talk about some of the other assets that are on the move as well. the data out of china, reasonably positive, but dollar-yen front and center. the nikkei down 3.1%. crude is softer as well. aussie dollar, watch for that one. it is a reflection on what is happening in china, and we have a rate decision tomorrow. that is what juliette saly knows about. juliette: thanks, guys. halliburton and baker hughes have called off their $28 billion merger. the proposed union between the second and third largest oil service firms met antitrust resistance in the u.s. and europe. halliburton must pay a termination the of $3.5 billion. puerto rico will default on a bond payment later today. the clearest signal yet that it can't pay its debt. they wouldr warned miss the obligation and called on washington for help. last week, movies said that any nonpayment constitutes a default. s&p global ratings says that withholding interest is synonymous with default. warren buffett has taken aim at hedge funds again. at the annual meeting of his company, the billionaire said that wall street salesma
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 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
Feb 3, 2016 2:30am EST
out of japan and china. italy. get spain and 8:59. story,n: the other big syngenta, chemchina. the story there, the biggest acquisition by a chinese company. the technology grab as well. they are talking about gm products. let's get more on these stories. let's go to caroline hyde. caroline: chemchina has offered to buy syngenta for more than $43 billion. the plan to take over the swiss seed maker comes as the company extends its shopping spree. the all-cash-- offer would be the biggest yet by a chinese firm. $30 crude is trading below a barrel again. japanese shares plunged more than 3% in less than two weeks. biggest two-day drop in almost seven years. u.s. industry data shows crude stockpiles increased. analysts are predicting oil prices will climb by around 50% by the end of the year. crude will reach $46 a barrel $48 --t will trade at $48 a barrel. guy, back to you. guy: thank you very much. less than half an hour ago until european market opens here it -- opens. take a look at where we think that's telling us it is likely to be half percent lower on the ftse 100. .8%.ax lower
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
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
Jul 27, 2015 3:00am EDT
the commodities and concern about china equally we will keep a close eye on oil as well. oil being sold off. we are worried about supply. more rigs in the united states for the third straight week. they are still drilling when it comes to shell despite the concerns maybe iran will be adding to supplies and the middle east and saudi arabia and a supply glut to continue. demand may be easing when you're the likes of china concerned about the consumer. i spoke to a philips ceo and he is worried about china and volatility in that market area $48 a barrel. clearly the oil concerns continues. i want to check in on the euro. walked through the asset classes. clearly trading up by 0.4%. watch of the dollar this week. the federal reserve comment on wednesday. will they signal we could see a rate rise come september? 50/50 if we will see a rate hike. that has been adding to the dollar going up and gold gold down. less desire for that haven. a look at the equities. we did have a earnings release early by ubs. a little link from the swiss press and it was wrong. they corrected the numbers. as
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