Audioburst Search

Coming up next

Bloomberg, Boeing, Chevron discussed on The Al Malmberg Show

The Al Malmberg Show
|
Last month

Trump imposes travel restrictions on Brazil

The New Yorker Radio Hour
|
3 hrs ago

Trump Orders States to Allow Places of Worship to Open

Kim Komando
|
6 hrs ago

NASA astronauts conduct trial run before historic launch of SpaceX rocket

At Home with Gary Sullivan
|
9 hrs ago

New York's one-day virus death toll drops below 100

The New Yorker Radio Hour
|
9 hrs ago

Memorial Day: Honoring the fallen amid a global pandemic

Safe Money with Scott Mann
|
11 hrs ago

The rise of Wikipedia as a source of medical information

WBBM Programming
|
9 hrs ago

New Jersey governor warns of major cuts to teachers, firefighters, police officers and health care workers without more federal funding

KGO Programming
|
9 hrs ago

CMPD: Man dies after being shot in northwest Charlotte

The Show is Cookin' with Charles
|
9 hrs ago

Netanyahu trial updates: PM lashes out against law enforcement before entering court

830 WCCO 24 Hour News
|
9 hrs ago

Universal Orlando to reopen June 5

WIOD Programming
|
10 hrs ago

Burst Details

Bloomberg, Boeing, Chevron discussed on The Al Malmberg Show

Newsradio 830 WCCO |
Last month
Newsradio 830 WCCO

Automatic TRANSCRIPT

Here's Bloomberg's Mona Rivera investors saying good riddance to one of the worst quarters on Wall Street with a final selloff the Dow which hasn't had a quarter this bad in thirty three years skated four hundred and ten points to close one point eight percent lower the nasdaq dropped seventy four points just under one percent the S. and P. gave up forty two points or one point six percent for the quarter the blue chips have lost twenty three percent while the S. and P. has lost twenty percent among the real losers this quarter Boeing plunged fifty four percent while chevron and Exxon sank at least thirty nine percent after oil suffered its worst quarterly beat down on record tech stocks eked out better gains for the quarter Microsoft with a tiny gain Amazon added five and a half percent but apple's quarterly loss stands at more than thirteen percent and Facebook in the red for the quarter by more than eighteen percent stocks of companies working on corona virus treatments were the big winners of the quarter with the Bloomberg business update on Mona Rivera on newstalk eight three WCCO six twenty one WCCO sobering reality about food shelves in mid a sudden demand is surging and it is just the start I spoke to Allison o'toole today she's CEO of second harvest heartland about the situation and the desperate need for help we are in the highest here we can find to respond to this rising community needs and the need it's important for your listeners can now the need has banned the increase is an immediate and exponential last week we distributed one point three million pounds of food to the hunger relief network last year at this time we did three nine fifty thousand pound sourcing triple the need across the states so I think N. as we turn the calendar to April it does does anything change with the first of the month as people now probably bills are coming due and I would imagine that that need is only going to increase I think that's right I think we have seen the need increases over the last couple of weeks when you look at the unemployment insurance numbers the track with some of the numbers were seen for instance for snap assistance and were seen so many families the newly eligible for.