Larry Summers, Anastacia Amoroso, Denise Pellegrini discussed on Bloomberg Wall Street Week

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Be set up by going to NY dot Gove and clicking AM I eligible the band Metallica is donating $75,000 to feeding America to help stock. The shelves of food banks across Texas state is still recovering from a deadly winter storm, the heavy metal band wrote in a statement. The Texans air finding empty Shell Elves at the grocery store and food pantries air running out of supplies. The storm also destroyed the state's Citrus and vegetable crops. I'm Lisa Taylor. Pope Francis is holding an historic meeting with Iraq's top Shiite cleric, the pope met with Grand Ayatollah Ali al Sistani in the southern city of nausea, Reuters say Children lined the streets waving Iraqi and Vatican flags. As the pope's convoy moved through the city. It's the first time a Catholic pope has ever met with the top Shiite cleric, Francis said He was making the trip to show solidarity with Iraq's Christian community. One House Democrat, is suing former President Trump Over the Capitol attack on January 6th. California's Eric Swalwell has filed a civil suit accusing Trump of inciting the deadly right at the Capitol. Trump Attorney Rudy Giuliani and Donald Trump Jr are also named in the lawsuit. Swalwell argued that the attack was an effort by angry Trump supporters to stop the congressional ratification of the presidential election. Trump led a huge rally near the White House before the assault on the Capitol. It's very possible most of the nation could be immune to Corona virus. By the summer, Brian shook reports that word from a new CNN analysis of federal data it projects herd immunity might even happen sooner. If vaccines continue at the current pace of two million shots a day, at least 70% of people will likely be fully protected by the end of July and 85% by mid September. That's the range experts say is needed to stop the spread. Warning. It's not time to relax yet I'm Brian shook the reopening of outdoor entertainment venues and stadiums in California is happening just in time for baseball season. Sacramento River Cats general manager Chip Maxon says stadiums like Sutter Health Park now have a chance to see fans in April long time coming and we're so excited to be talking about the return of baseball in the return of fans and we can't wait. We're so excited to can welcome them with open arms. A lot of safe distance. Of course, no indoor dining will be allowed. Instead, stadiums will shift to go and seated ordering options. Sacramento River Cats is a double a team that feeds into the major leagues. San Francisco Giants I'm Lisa Taylor. And I'm Susanna Palmer In the Bloomberg News Room. The New York Legislature approved a bill last night to repeal pandemic era emergency powers afforded to governor Andrew Cuomo. The governor is expected to sign the measure after saying he helped to negotiate it. More AIDS to Governor Cuomo have left their jobs as the governor faces dual scandals over sexual harassment claims that accusations is administration covered up nursing home covert deaths. More from Bloomberg's Dinis Polo. Grainy Press secretary Caitlin Gerard and interim policy advisor Erin Hammond have left, Gerard says she accepted a job offer in the private sector. January 26. It was the honor of a lifetime serving governor Cuomo. A spokesman for Cuomo says Heaven's departure had been planned for several months. Gareth Roads, a senior adviser, who often appeared it Cuomo's televised virus briefings and helped lead the state's vaccination efforts, said this week he was leaving the administration to return to his previous role at the Department of Financial Services. First deputy press secretary Will Burns also said he would leave this week. The governor's office says both departures were planned. Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg Radio. The struggling U. S Box office is expected to rebound this weekend when movie theaters in New York City reopened after a year long hiatus. It could be the most popular movie going weekend it since they covet 19 pandemic took root in the U. S a year ago. The February unemployment rate dropped to 6.2% after adding 379,000 jobs during the month. Anastacia Amoroso is head of cross asset thematic strategy at J. P. Morgan Chase Bank. I think it's a sign of what's to come for the rest of the economy. That's good because well strong. The report represents just a fraction of the roughly 10 million jobs that have been lost due to the pandemic. Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg Wall Street Week. What's the state of corporate governance? That deficit is a real issue. The U. S. Economy continues to send mixed signals The financial stories that shape our world Fed action to calm concerns over dollar liquidity, encouraging China Data 500 wealthiest people in the world through the eyes of the most influential voices. Larry Summers, the former Treasury secretary, stomach CEO, Kevin Johnson, SEC chairman. Jay Clayton Bloomberg Wool Street Way.

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