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when you're ready with. some special. early. morning. we'll all be well that ends well a series of concessions this week and the ongoing us china trade war has given markets reasons for hope. also coming up the eurozone finance minister is born finland to consider how to finance the fight against climate change. as bright as it nears all eyes are on the u.k. e.u. border and ireland but there's another problematic present border strains.
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and i'll fight over flight activists take the fight against global warming and the companies say hold responsible to the skies. this is the of your business i'm just going in berlin welcome the dow jones has ended in positive territory after news that china is going to accept you as soybeans and pork from its next round of tariffs that follows an exchange of concessions earlier this week between the 2 countries china agreed to exclude products like cancer drugs and pesticides from the tariff or jeem the u.s. in turn agreed to delay a planned terrify on october 1 by 15 days yeah joins us now from wall street yes how big of a deal is it that the u.s. and china are exchanging some all of branches here and there. well i mean at least we have those guests tourists and there is a certain possibility that maybe those trade talks might lead to
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a deal at some point there was a lot of speculation of actually washington might be open for an interim deal and so that some of the tougher issues between the 2 countries might be pushed aside that there's no confirmation for that but there is some speculation and that actually did tell to drive the markets higher for the entire week now on top of all of that the upcoming week will have plenty to occupy investors' minds can you give us an outlook well i mean the biggest. issue is going to be monetary policy so when the federal reserve is going to meet on wednesday and the bets on another raid decrease actually stands at 100 percent so the only question seems to be if the federal reserve is going to cut rates by $25.00 or by 50 basis points and then also we had the dow jones industrial
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average up for 8 consecutive trading days so this is the longest winning streak in more than a year and we are shy only about one percent of new records so we could have. new all time highs here on wall street next week and quite a there on wall street for us thank you very much. eurozone finance ministers have met in the finnish capital helsinki mostly to discuss ways as to how to improve public finances whether regards towards fighting climate change their turbines solar panels and hydro power to help fight climate change the european union has led the global shift towards renewable energy it's also set up the world's largest emissions trading system for major corporations to price carbon and reduce reliance on more polluting fuel however the blocks rules on energy taxation have remained the same for more than 15 years e.u.
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finance ministers think it's time for a change. if you're on top of that we will certainly discuss how to find different ways of pricing c o 2 we have a very successful european emissions trading system which refers to large industries. but we're currently in the process of finding out how we can cut c o 2 emissions in relation to mobility in relation to heating in relation to waste disposal agriculture and small businesses line for you the name of the country. the finance ministers didn't reach formal conclusions in the helsinki meeting on friday but a need was recognised to find a common approach to defining sustainable economic activity. now at the same meeting finnish finance minister had another key agenda point he said the european union should consider a boycott of brazilian agricultural products to get the government there to
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properly tackle the amazon fires into law said that his country has asked the thora tuesday to discontinue the import of beef from brazil he added that he was considering doing the same about soybeans with the aim of the vote increasing pressure to spur the government into action. now through some of the other business stories making news. bankrupt u.s. company pacific gas and electric says it has settled for $11000000000.00 with insurance companies over the over last year's deadly california wildfires the fires killed $86.00 people and destroyed $19000.00 homes p.g. and e. acknowledge its equipment caused the disaster and filed for bankruptcy protection and january. c.e.o.'s of $145.00 companies including twitter for and air b.n. b. have signed a letter urging the u.s. senate to pass new gun laws it was drafted by genes maker levi strauss wal-mart did
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not signed the letter but says it will stricter gun sales after shooting at one of its pos those stores. the 1st parent sentenced in the u.s. college admissions cheating scandal actor felicity huffman has been jailed for 14 days she has pled guilty to paying $15000.00 to break her daughter's entrance exam and prosecutors had recommended a sentence of one months behind bars. independent south african brewer disto is complaining about the joint. s.a.v. miller is unfairly using its market dominance to get retailers to remove advertising beers south africa's competition tribunal is investigating the allegation. the future of the border in ireland has dominated bragg's at this course for the last 2 years but there's another border at spain southern tip that could become extremely complicated for the region's workers
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whenever or if the u.k. finally leaves the european union. the present tranquility of the irish borderlands belies the turbulent role the frontier has played during the lawn bragg's a process. but there's another border that matters 2500 kilometers away from here gibraltar just 6.7 square kilometers in size but hof the world's seaborne trade still passes by the strip of land and its famous rock has been in british johnson 1713. every day thousands of spanish workers across the tiny border here to go to their jobs are brought there is also significant for its transport of goods. but the recent leak of operation yellow hammer the u.k. government's worst case brags of planning assumptions made grim reading for those living or working here it anticipates for an hour plus to live at the border in case of an odious brags that as well as disruption to the supply of goods including
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food and medicine. the document made clear the severe impact the scenario would have on gibraltar's economy. for workers used to making the short journey from la linea della concepcion on the spanish side such a scenario doesn't bear thinking about. nobody any owns being unable to go to work at what time are we going to have to go to work if we have to spend 4 hours lining up it's impossible and another 4 hours to get out that's what i don't understand a little bit in the. you could also we are the ones most affected by brinks it the ones who come to work in these situations only annoy the most disadvantaged people are the evil people near the economy of the linnaeus and the ark and house hippie of us is going to be very affected but there are a lot of people from tampa to help out their county working here not just from the linea did a phone out of the way to put in the 2016 bragg's a vote gibraltar voted by 96 percent to remain 3 years on the very opposite of that
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option remains firmly on the table. airlines are battling a growing backlash against the impact of their industry on the environment climate change protesters took their fight for the planet to the skies on friday they deployed drones to shut down europe's busiest travel hub heathrow airport in london hugh could call it fighting fire with fire valerie and linda are a part of a climate activist group that planned to use their own flying machines to tackle what they see as the scourge of travel early this week they set out their plan to guide their drones into the exclusion zone of europe's. busiest airport just before is open and we tell the authorities an hour before we take the action and then once we have flown the train we then call the place we've got a hotline we call the place and we wait for to be case fully arrested basically
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with this footage posted online and the arrests of 2 men close to heathrow early friday morning suggest campaigners attempted to go through with their threat heathrow has been a particular target of activists because of plans to expand the airport supporters say a 3rd runway will prevent businesses being stifled by a lack of capacity and increased tourism the climate campaign is claiming to produce as much harmful carbon dioxide as the island of cyprus in terms of c o 2 that travel is the least environmentally friendly of the mainstream forms of transport the train carrying the average load of 150 passengers emits 14 grams of carbon per person per kilometer that compares with 42 grams per person for a car carrying 4 people or 68 grams per passenger for the average bus but the average plane to watch them all emitting 285 grams of carbon per person per kilometer. range valerie and linda that leaves us with
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a clear choice we are the stop emitting carbon in the oh we're going to die we have to accept that we have to make huge sacrifices but who cares when you have control of some control over your future. british police say they won't tolerate unlawful activity aimed at disrupting airlines and passengers including illegal drone flights but activists say with the world as stake they have to take a stand. and that's it for me add that the w. business team here in berlin for a war you can always go to did all they did out on slash business and said i'll do my law and thanks for watching and have a happy weekend. grappling
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to listen to. the turning back to the roots government of. the shah's family from somalia live around the world to them one of them needed urgent assistance and this. family starts october any on t w. hello and welcome to news from the world of arts and culture the annual campus concerts of the beethoven fest in bomb out of world premiere on thursday evening and our cameras were that also coming up. for must say in france as one germany's top prize for young artists. and here in berlin will be looking at a retrospective of the great photographer robert frank which is just opened.
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it has been scientifically proven that singing is good for you your soul as well as your physical being and if you need more proof look no further than this next report every year of the bait have vested balm there's a campus concert which brings together a young german musicians and young musicians from another country and share it singers from leipzig with singers from johannesburg in south africa and they premiered a brand new piece by young south african composer checked out so ted see in bomb on thursday evening. the climax of an unusual musical encounter on the campus project spink moment bones thank heaven festival.


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