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"KYW NewsRadio. And another animal story for you this morning. There's a new top dog in town. So to speak some of the crowd at Madison Square Garden were pulling for burns pretty long haired dachshund. But the judge selected king no wire, FOX terrier. Handler Gabriel Rangel became a motion after the win for the judges the most famous terrier man in the world that king is used to this. The dog is one more than thirty best of shows in the US and more in other countries. He's been only doing stuff like again champion. The winner of the non sporting dog group was disqualified because of a conflict of interest between the owners and the judge Steve Kastenbaum at the Westminster kennel club dog show in New York. Twelve twenty five twenty news on KYW. Here's a preview of today's markets from Bloomberg's Jeff Bellinger. Some important economic indicators are on the way from Washington. The Labor Department will report on wholesale level inflation and new claims for unemployment benefits. The Commerce Department is finally able to issue its report on December retail sales, which was delayed by the government shutdown. The weekly reports on consumer comfort and mortgage interest. Rates are also on the calendar. Investors remained optimistic about the trade talks in Beijing and stocks advanced mid-week trading Matt mainly of Miller Tabak talked to Bloomberg radio. There's no question in my mind is they'll push off the twenty five percent tariff down the road little bit. I'm not a positive is a lot of people that will get a real definitive deal in the near term. Just something more of a smaller one that kind of pushes things down the road. Upbeat quarterly results from Cisco systems may have set the stage for more tech gains today. Cisco reported after the bell Bloomberg says Federal Reserve officials are speaking with one voice in a shoring people. The economy is in a good place with money news from Bloomberg on KYW. I'm Jeff Bellinger. A federal judge finds former Trump campaign chair. Paul Manafort intentionally lied to prosecutors increasing the chances he'll get a much tougher prison stretch that's ahead in three minutes.."