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"0.1 point" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:08 min | 9 months ago

"0.1 point" Discussed on 600 WREC

"They can even be or you could be a guy who's building spaceships to go to outer space because you're so scared of climate change. But when you say something bad about covid you wind up getting in trouble, too. Even if you're the richest person, or maybe the third richest person on Earth to stop. Tesla stock has dropped a little bit. But the point is like you could be Elon Musk, a guy who is so ideologically committed to catastrophic global warming that he's building spaceships to escape it. And even that is not enough for the left. If you're critical of one narrative, you're the enemy. By the way. Can I change the subject? Dramatically? Uh, a friend of mine came over. This has been a We haven't seen each other in a week. And so before I left for the Middle East, a friend came over and said I just got the new Tesla plan Plat, OK? Yeah. I didn't even know the plaid. I didn't. I knew that there was a setting ludicrous setting. Yes. Well, if you remember Spaceballs, which all of their right well, their settings seem to reflect. It was ludicrous Speed, and then it went eventually went to plaid. So platter would be the fastest in the movie. Spaceballs. Have you been in a plaid? I'm not. I've watched videos on the plan. Okay, Okay. I'll have to give you the video of me. He said you got a videotape yourself. I had no idea And I've been in a Tesla before. Yes, you know, and I Florida Tesla before and they're fast. They're fast. They're not like applied. Have you? You haven't been in. I have not been in a bouquet. It is insane. It's beyond ludicrous. Okay, it you put it into plaid mode. You stop. You put it into ludicrous and then you hit the plaid lunch and it counts down and he's like, Are you ready now? I've been in a Tesla. So I was like, Yeah, I'm ready. No, I wasn't ready. At 1.8 seconds. You're at 60 Miles an hour Double 1.8 is the fastest production car ever built? The only one that rivals it is the Bugatti. I don't think the Bugatti does 1.8 seconds. Rivals it rival anyone that gets close is the Bugatti. This thing I'm telling you. I think I punctured maybe my liver as it slammed into my spine as it took off. I've never felt anything. Yes, I have. Yes, I have. The closest I have felt to the Tesla Plaid is being launched in an airplane off of an aircraft carrier. And that pulls like six or eight Gs. Okay, Space shuttle is I think nine And I've been launched off an aircraft. That's the only thing that gets close to that. It's insanity. Insanity. It really is. I think people who you know, I think conservatives look at these cars and say Electric cars. You kind of roll your eyes. I hate them. I hate them because they're annoying, and environmentalists are annoying. All true, However, these cars are it's just impossible to make a car with a combustion engine that goes as fast as these cars because they have the power on demand whenever they wanted. Yeah, I don't know what you would ever use it for. Except like bank robberies to blow away of Bugatti. That would be a fun. That would be a fun you so they have. I mean, I watched I watched, uh, back to the future to no good comes from racing at a stoplight. No good. You could crash into an old person in the rules Royce pulling out and it would be very bad. He's true career would be wrecked the document that documentary set a lot of people's future. It really did, But really, because we took the one that came that we test drove a few years ago was, I think, 0 to 60 in 2.8 seconds and it felt unlike anything I've ever been in cars that are pretty fast. I'm going to ask my friend to give you a ride in the plant. Yes. It is. It's It's I don't like roller coasters. So I hear these new roller coasters like Disney has the roller coasters that You know, or maglev? Oh, yeah, Well, yeah. Yeah. And it's is the same kind of experience. I've never experienced anything like it. I've never been on one of those. So this is I mean, I've it is a rocket ship. Yeah, it's a rocket ship with no pause in acceleration. No time for your organs to settle back down now to get to top speeds. You know other burglaries can be Can beat the plat but 0 to 60. Nothing nothing ever built can beat. It is crazy. Um, at least that one I think is like $130,000. Which for that that's crazy performance. Now the Bugatti is like two $million million. Yeah, it's true. Anything that can compete with it is up at that level. By the way, Glenn where you're now. Like pushing the limits of what humans can take you said 0.1 Point eight which I've heard 1.8 to 2 Point l for the plaid, um, but really fast, and it's almost charged to the party like uncomfortable jarring. Oh, no, It was very uncomfortable. It's disorienting. They have a a roller coaster in Japan. That they built was the fastest one ever built with this technology, you know, just like launches you and it was zero. I think if I remember right, 0 to 150 Miles an hour and like 1.8 seconds or something insane, and they've had to close it down because people were breaking their backs and necks on the roller coaster. Oh, yeah. I mean, I've been launched to you have to actually kind of, you know when you're on an aircraft carrier, they say Grunts. Yeah, you know what I mean? And to get all the blood into your head and tighten everything and push your feet against the floor, and you do you need to do that, with the Tesla just a little bit Not as much, but just a little bit just a little bit. This is the Glenn Beck program. The biggest names in time. The biggest news team in the state. Do use Radio one Oh 55. W E. R C.

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"0.1 point" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

11:24 min | 11 months ago

"0.1 point" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Cable bill 808 19831 to 808 19831 to 808 198312 That's 808 1983 12. Mm. Mm. Alright 6 10 363 11 10 16 363 11 said it is rapid fire. I'm going to have to relax a little bit. Let's get to phone calls 16 363 11 10. I will say that oil is up, 1.5% give or take Right now. It's uh so we'll see. I mean, it came down a lot. It was kind of a I really had a hard time figuring, and that's why I have been talking about it much. You know, I know what's going on in OPEC. OPEC is trying to come back. Uh, you know, trying to get themselves together, But, you know, I wasn't making a whole lot of sense. So, um, there are some other concerns that I have China. I will make a prediction. That we're not thinking much about, Um, somebody think you know nobody's gonna. Nobody cares. I care. But from an economic perspective, I care, but we're going to we're going to read in 18 months to eat two years. The incredible stronghold. That China has on Afghanistan. So China never wanted anything to do with Afghanistan. They couldn't They couldn't do anything there. But for 10 years America has been building infrastructure. An Afghan Afghanistan. I mean, we've we've done everything. I mean, we're put billions and billions and billions and billions of billions of dollars in infrastructure trying to revival not revitalized, but Vitalize, um the economies there and you've got to have infrastructure or that So now the U. S is pulling out. And guess who the first one in is China. And they are going to continue to be in there buying up the land. They are. They are cutting deals with terrorist warlords in order to get strongholds in certain areas. Um they are going to be building plants. They're going to be using the China road through Afghanistan. This is another piece of the road that they get to build a have to China roads. One is by sea and one is by land. This is the by land road that they are doing because America was so kind as to go in and put in all the infrastructure. Now. Terrorism is picking back up again as we are pulling out. What did the president say? July? I think it was the end of the month. He gave a specific date that we're gonna be out. Maybe wasn't July maybe was August have to try to find it. But, um, we're going to be out of there and China is just going to take hold of the country and continue to cut deals with all the terrorists in the world. Lord So very, very interesting. So mark my words about that. Nobody's talking about that much, and these are companies that there are people whining and moaning about with that are are the SEC is pushing back a little bit on their listing. That you know they want Chinese stocks. You've got to be out of your mind. Why do we want anything? Number one? Why do businesses want to do business with a Communist regime? And I said this during the Trump administration when President Trump in part of his talks With trade talks were than one of his big points of contention was to protect corporations, Uh, protect their intellectual property. Now, if you've listened to me during that period of time, you know how I felt about that. And I, you know I'm all for I was all for President Trump. But I disagreed with him on this. Why are we trying to protect American interest if American companies are dumb enough to go over there and expose all their company secrets and research and development to Chinese reverse engineering, Chinese Then they deserve everything they get. And I don't want my tax dollars being used to protect American companies. They're supposed to be smart. They've got these CEOs making $48 million a year. They're supposed to be smart enough to figure out this might not be good for us in the long run. And if they're not shame, mourn, Um, let him go over there. Let China steal all their R and D and all other intellectual property Now that doesn't hold true for a general Dynamics or Lockheed Martin, of course, because then it becomes a matter of defense. They're not the companies I'm talking about. But those companies we don't have to worry about because they are already Taking taking steps to protect all of that, But I was all all for why do why do governments? Why do why do I'm sorry. Businesses want to go over and deal with the Communist regime? That they know is going to steal everything they make reverse engineer and in five years will be competing with the very company that is over there doing work. They know that going in, but they're so greedy to get their hands on that population that is going to be a game changer further company. They want to go over there and worked in Communist regime under the dictator and the rule the the rule. Of China. Insane, So I'm not for protecting them. I mean, they're they're complaining. Now, while we've got a list of companies on our stock exchange, why would we listed company on the New York Stock Exchange that we have zero accountability for? Can the New York Stock Exchange? Can the SEC investigate those companies to protect me? The investor Can They do that? If they can do that, and they will do that, And they are doing that before they even list them on the stock exchange like they do with American companies. That's great. I by publicly traded companies because I'm buying transparency, accountability regulations and regulatory burden. That those companies have to go through and hoops they have to jump through to protect me. The stockholder. That's why I don't want to buy a private firm. Why do want to buy a private firm where they can give me a financial statement that says anything they think I want to see Why would I do that? So we do that. We're doing that every day. Investors are doing that every day with Chinese companies. Why Any right? 63 63 11 10. Let's get two phones. We're going to stay with phones. Here we go. Let me go to, uh, just lost my software who's on deck? Ride from Kansas. Go ahead, Brad. Well, one thing is for sure. My brother you are endowed with the gift of gab. Yeah, I got it. But you've got to have it for your show. Anyway, This is all about energy prices. Um, do you remember back during the last term of the The Bush administration. What the prosecutor the barrel oil? Did you remember what that did? I do how high it went, and I do When we saw $4 a gallon in Kansas. It was. It was horrible because my 12 mpg vehicle really like to buy that stuff, But, uh, remember it went up to $140 a barrel. Saudi Arabia was pushing the envelope and a stupid Americans. We just pay it and go on. But Anyway. I don't understand how fuel prices now are getting back to that amount when the barrel is just barely over half of the 140 because when I drove through Needles, California last week, there's a station there. It's the highest I've ever seen anywhere in the country. Gasoline was 5 19 a gallon back when there's $140 a barrel. It was never that high. So who sets these prices well at the risk of Gabbing about useless information. As you put it, I will, uh, listen. It's a different day was a very different day during the Bush administration. Do you realize or understand how inflated the dollar has gotten Do you realize that it takes either more or less dollars at any given point to buy a barrel of oil and demand has dragged dramatic drop dramatically increased. Dramatically increased, so demand is a very different place as well. And the at the very same time we have activists trying to shut down the oil industry. There's a lot of factors that go into that There is no direct correlation between the price of oil. And the price of gasoline. There is a correlation. It is a 0.1 point of gasoline prices, but it's not only demand It is either the lack of demand or a lot of demand against an awful lot of supply or a little bit of supply. It's either more companies coming on to increase supply when demand is low, and we don't need the supply or increasing supply when demand is high, and we need more supply and more supply and more supply. And when you look at oil, it is very much a global market so we can't look at it is it is a global market to the extent more than any other commodity in the country. So yes, there are certain correlations between the prices but not between now and 1972. Not between now and the last two years of George W. Bush's rain there was there was a lot going on. There was there was a lot more wars. There are a lot more free production. There was much, much much much lower demand, and we had OPEC putting a squeeze on us. At the very same time, which they can't do anymore. So there's a lot of reasons so we we can't pinpoint. We can't take one moment in time. Really, when we think about it for any commodity to try to develop that pricing correlation without looking at all the numbers. Thanks, Brad. Let me go to Jim Real quick in South Carolina. Hey, Jim..

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"0.1 point" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:19 min | 11 months ago

"0.1 point" Discussed on WGN Radio

"On W G. N And I am honored to have this guy on the telephone with us again. This guy Dr Peter Hotez, dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, co director of the Center for Vaccine Development at Texas Children's Hospital. Dr Hotez. Thank you. So much for joining us on W g. N Thanks so much for having me this afternoon. Well, it's my pleasure and 312981 72 100. You can call you can text your questions as well. I think this is what where I'm going to start with the questions that I'm getting from folks. The delta variant We've heard so much about. There have been reports in the news that the vaccines we currently have may do a good job, but not a great job. And we should be concerned about this variant, even if you are vaccinated. What's true, what's not true? Well, we'll know better as we see what happens, uh, as adults, A virus accelerates because now it's about 20% of the virus Ice list in the U. S. And in Missouri. It's around 29% almost 30%. So it's getting up there. It looks as though the two doses of Isis fighter buying tech back but there is a vaccine. Hold up quite well. Um so that even if you happen to get breakthrough, Covid, you're not getting sick, So I think people should feel pretty comfortable if you've been fully vaccinated with those two doses of the vaccine. If you've only gotten a single dose of the modern advisor vaccine, you're still somewhat more susceptible. So you need to get that second immunization. And if you run back, made it at this point, there's a good likelihood you may get covid from that delta vary. Um, What about the Johnson vaccine? Did you leave that out on purpose or Yeah. I was afraid you're going to ask me that. So, uh but the the answer is we don't have the data. Um And so we're we've been pushing on CBC and FDA to come up with guidance and what to do. If you've gotten a single dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine it's likely that there's some protection But it may be similar to the single disk Mrna vaccines and some and on that basis, some would say, get a booster shot with either a second dose of the J and J vaccine or one of the mRNA vaccines. The problem is, we just haven't received that guidance coming down from CDC and FDA yet hopefully it'll before coming, I believe what you just said, is somewhat newsworthy and somewhat worrisome. Uh, I'm sorry. What? Somewhat worrisome. What you just said. I think, because so many people have gotten, of course, the Janssen vaccine and you're saying Well, now they need something else. Maybe in addition to that I've not heard that before. Yeah, We just don't have the data one way or the other. And so I know the J and J with the FDA and CBC are working hard to come up with some definitive answers. And so a lot of the questions I'm getting now by email or calls is Hey, what should I do? Should I get the second dose and and you know, Unfortunately, we just don't have that that evidence yet, So hopefully this will be coming very soon. All right. What about the need for an update A booster? Even if you've had Either the Moderna vaccine or the Pfizer vaccine. Is it going to be? Do we know yet, like the flu shot that you get every year? Is this going to be every six months? Is it going to be every year? And are they going to be changing What's in the vaccine based on what variants are out there? Yeah, You're asking all the good questions. Here's what I think. I It's sort of an intermediate answer, and that is that. I think it's likely that later on the somewhere we may get some recommendations. If you've got the two doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine together third immunization and what that will do is give you more resilience, more robust protection against any variants that come along. It looks as though right now the two doses are good for the delta variant. But I wouldn't be surprised if the recommendation of the third dose comes along later this summer. That's 0.1 point two then what's always followed the next question. Okay, Doctor? Who does that mean? We're going to need a vaccine booster every year Like flu like you just asked. And in that one. I think the scientific community is more divided. I personally don't think that's going to be necessary. I think with that third immunization will have pretty long lasting protection for quite a while, but we'll see what kind of guidance comes down. All right, so I'll be the fly in the arguments sort of speak here. Uh, two. Alright, let's say what you say. I mean, you can say that. I'm I'm not trying to be cute. I'm not trying to thread the needle here. What I'm trying to do is is, you know I have personal opinions on What I would recommend. But I'm also reluctant to get too far over my skis and see the fear in a in a bind that says something that, uh, that that that ultimately they won't agree with And so it gets to be a sort of a difficult position Well, and this is your expertise, So let's say country of choice. It doesn't matter. Has a lot of covid because they're not vaccinating their citizens yet, and there is a bigger change than what the Delta variant is that affects the spike protein. Is that not likely to happen? Am I being too cynical? Um, well, you know where we are seeing new variants of all the only interesting news is when you see the variance evolved. It's not like they're mutations, Will he? Millie? It looks as though we're seeing that convergence. Around the same four or five amino acids in in in the spike protein, so that potentially says to me that we won't necessarily need to make new vaccines in perpetuity that the existing vaccines that we have provided we get really high levels. Virus, neutralizing antibody to those vaccines. Will be give us broad enough protections that we may not need, Uh, different vaccines down the line again. New pathogen. We're always learning new things, but I think that's that's likely to shape up. I think the more common question I'm getting asked is, we have a lot of expats. Um, because they're working for global companies and working overseas. They don't have access to the Madonna or fighter vaccines. They're getting Chinese vaccines, the Russian vaccines Now they're in the U. S. What should they do? Should they now get the mrna vaccines? And that's that's now being looked at very carefully as well in order to give some some guidance, so there's going to be a lot, you know. What happened was we got so many vaccines out there including our vaccine. And you know that that now we're kind of playing catch up in terms of making recommendations about mixing and matching. Alright, I know folks want to talk to you 312981 72 103 12. 981 72 100. You can call you could text Dr Hotez and you will have an opportunity to talk with this great.

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"0.1 point" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"0.1 point" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"It's wonderful staff is rebuilt. Also, we going from a staff of about 10 or 12 servers down to about three After the closures ended, and we will rebuild to about 10 servers. Now, even amid the signs of progress, there's concerns over a variant detected in Vietnam. The data today looks like it's more infectious and divides more rapidly. I think all of the data point to the fact that it will be susceptible to the vaccines, which is very, very positive, health experts say. The more the world gets vaccinated, the fewer variants there will be And speaking of the covert variance. The way we named them is being redone. Instead of being named after the country where they crop up, it'll be closer to the way we named hurricanes alphabetical. The names were enough to make your head explode. Be 0.1 point, 351. And so on. So, the World Health Organization says. Instead, it'll use the Greek alphabet to designate variants. The organization says. That decision came after months of considering other options, such as the names of Greek gods and acronyms that officials say wound up sounding too much like swear words in English. One group of scientists even used bird names for their report. But it was criticized as a possible danger to bird's head by the mother of a girl named Robin Peter King. CBS News Sweden will begin relaxing its covert restrictions today. This is the country of course that famously gambled and lost on letting herd immunity contained the pandemic. Sweden is the last Nordic country to begin lifting restrictions. Spectator numbers will be increased for sports events. Outdoor concerts, cinemas markets bars could stay open later this even though it continues to have one of the highest infection rates in Europe. At one point, Sweden was the continent's worst affected country after choosing not to lock down, But one gamble didn't pay off. Its economy has now recovered to pre pandemic levels at a quicker pace than most of the EU in Brussels. They are laying the groundwork for NATO's first summit big meeting with President Biden included CBS News correspondent CAMI McCormick, The NATO secretary general, calls it a pivotal moment for the alliance tops among the issues. The June 14th summit will address Russia and it's increasing aggressive behavior but also Afghanistan. With the withdrawal well underway. Many troops are likely to have already left by the time the summit opens, but they'll need to discuss how to keep funding Afghan security forces and how to keep embassy's open. Tammy McCormack, CBS News The Pentagon 12 Minutes past seven o'clock, and that is time.

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"0.1 point" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"0.1 point" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"0.1 point" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"0.1 point" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I think you're supportive of that. I think it will be soon. But you know all this also goes around to our own responsibility as investors for caveat into or understanding what we're doing, understanding the technology that we're using, understanding our obligations and investing and those two important rules and investing Rule number one never lose money. Rule number two. Remember Rule number one, you know, And so, but it's still brings up a number of key public policy questions in this new testing. Based on what we've seen in retail investment access and costs. And this new rule I would say in in Bolton boards and read it as compared to the bulletin board activity we saw begin in the earliest days of the Internet, leading up to the dot com crash. Representative Hill. I've got to remember both of those rules. That's where I've gone wrong. Let me just turn and ask you a little bit about Nancy Pelosi's statement to reporters on Thursday, where she said that the enemy is within the House of Representatives. Have you heard Or have you yourself felt any sort of fear? Any threats by other members of Congress? And what did you make of her statement that Thursday? Served in Congress. Six years I've had a collegial relationship on both sides of the aisle. I've never once felt any concern for my safety in the capital or From each other. Our colleagues Other than what happened in the capital on January 6th. So 0.1 point two is I was distressed by what Nancy Pelosi says. We need leaders in this country right now, who are toning down the rhetoric, not ramping up. The divisive rhetoric. Speaker. Pelosi has simply not gotten that message along the way before the election and post election that I really urge her. Theo, step back from this kind of rhetoric. And can I just follow up and then ask you as as we look towards next week, we're hearing that they may be a vote in terms of Liz Cheney and leadership on your side. Do you think she survives that and she remains in leadership. List. Cheney is a valued member of the Republican Conference. People have different views of votes and again In my six years I've heard a lot of people say that they're voting, their conscience, their voting their principles and that they shouldn't be condemned for it. And clearly in this particular instance. Congress moment. Cheney believes that she voted her principles and voted her conscience. And so in my view, she has just as much right to serve in the house and serving in leadership. If her colleagues supporter I'm supportive of Liz is a zoo member of our Leadership team, and I think it's important that we have a family discussion about that in the House Republican Conference and determine the best course to move forward, representative French Hill has been such an honor to talk to you representing that second district in Arkansas since 2000 and 15 hope to talk to you again very soon. Also want to thank Boyd Matheson and, of course, My colleague Bloomberg could political contributor partner of Stone Court Capital former campaign manager for John McCain's 2008 presidential campaign, Brick.

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"0.1 point" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"0.1 point" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"C for years that, of course, Derek going into yesterday's events. We had thought the drama on Capitol Hill surrounding the certification of the electoral college vote was going to be nothing more than political. Of course, we'll help. No this chaotic scene that erupted yesterday. How could this happen in the most secure city in the country? David. I think that there's two ways of looking at that question. The first one is the physical one. How could this have happened? How could people gain access to the Capitol Building? There's an entire Capitol Police department whose primary job is to not let people in the building who aren't meant to be there. On protect the lawmakers inside. That is going to be a key point of probes that are going to be going on. We're already hearing from lawmakers that those were going to start imminently coming days. They expect expect that to be a big deal and expected quite frankly, there's a fared. There are people who may lose their jobs over this on baby, deservedly so. So that's 0.1 point two is, I think a broader question. But maybe even a more important one. Which is how do we as a country get to a point where the losing presidents Fans storm into the Capitol building because they think they're going to do whatever sort of 300 left stand of the Spartans nonsense. On the House and Senate floor. I mean, how do we get to that point where we as a country have that messed up of a viewpoint that that seems like that is the thing to do right? And there's a lot of things to that. There's a sort of misinformation ecosystem from people who are paid to confuse And paid to outrage and who make their money that way all the way on up quite candidly. Do the fact that the president of the United States has been saying things about the election since the election day. There are manifestly not the case. And so I think that there's a lot of things to unpack there in some of these things are going to be maybe solvable, maybe unprovable very quickly, Intangible, and some of them I got to say are much bigger problems, and the answers are not easily available. Yeah, these events that I think it's safe to say we're going to be reverberating throughout. This country for years, and I think we probably heard that That doubt sewn about the results of the election sort of encapsulated by the objection raised by Senator Ted Cruz when he said that the reason that he was raising his objection was because 39% of Republicans Think that the result Woz fraudulent. How do Republicans continue to align themselves with a president who is fomenting this kind of conspiracy theory? Do you see that continuing Well, I think Look, the circle of life for any about of misinformation right is that people say that gets repeated and repeated and repeated through an ecosystem on and you just eventually it becomes just sort of like fact. Oh, isn't it obvious that this happened And when we went through the court systems with all of these challenges you really talking about, like 60 odd challenges, and and I think all but one completely failed in the, uh The other one was very minor. Um And so when you look through that, and you say, Well, here's the established reality and on the other hand, hears things. Everyone quote unquote knows to be true or at least everyone who agrees with me. That is a very big by for cation, and it's really hard to get past that because the people who are living in that sort of like misinformation bubble aren't even getting the reality on the other side, and part of that is self selected. Some of that is is a social media who people choose to listen to, because I am not removing anybody's individual agency is part of that. It's also partly that they've been lied to repeatedly repeatedly at scale. Um, so I think that that's a very big problem. And, quite frankly, that doesn't end with the certification of Joe Biden. I think it's an interesting point to make those names that I do want to make. This is that even as we saw after that After the storming of the capital, and they got order, and they got back up. We saw half of the Republicans and the senators who plan to object drop the objection entirely Kelly Leffler, one on the floor and was like I'm not doing this anymore. It's sizzle point. In the midst of that mob scene Derek Wall Bank. We have to leave it there for now, but really appreciate.

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"0.1 point" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"0.1 point" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Two observers at each table and I think they ought to have an armored car at every place to take those ballots wherever they're going to be counted. It's gonna be observed by two people and but Republicans stopped getting pushed pushed, pushed around. We're gonna have a redo that's going to stop. The Supreme Court is going to stop court cases. It's gonna stop all kind of crap, and we we can't mess with something that's already broken. So let's just have a redo, nail in or get in line. One day could happen. Not gonna happen. I mean, as much as you'd like for it to happen, there's no provision in place that says, you know, because Joe and Sharon want to redo it's gonna happen. It's not. So are we doing a redo is an impossibility now. Going forward. Yes, we should absolutely have one day to vote. I understand early voting. I understand Mill and voting absentee. I get it if you gonna certify who you are, but there should be election Day You go there you wait in line, You vote you go your butt home. This whole idea to send out a bunch of balance of willy nilly is nuts, but you can't just have a redo. Share no matter how much you are on my wanted Open line now. 105 01 70 80 Joe PAGs. Com Line three is going to be Tom and Georgia. Tom. What's going on? Joe. I couldn't hardly agree with you any more than what you've said today. But the reason I'm calling is you know for for 2 to 3 years, 45 $40 million of taxpayer money went to investigate the president and the impeachment garbage. Now, after this huge I can't think of a more important issue in the country than electing the president. They get 3 to 4 weeks. To come up with all their data and there that there's no way that's a fair fight. It's all you know these these dams and lefties carried this all out well in advance, they knew there would be crippled in their ability to investigate and present on time. That's 0.1. Point to it is Christmas. And we need to shine a ray of light of hope into the darkness. And I saw this somewhere Just five minutes till midnight each time zone. This this ray of hope was gonna light up the sky. Hopefully the heavens. And the left the space shuttle people see it. Um, go out. Turn your lights on for an hour a month to the sky. Let the you know, just shine a ray of hope and keep Hope alive. Keep the faith. That's too I've got. I don't know how many parody times parody songs. You've got time to get a new idea behind, but one is back in the White House. See when would anthem you'll be. I'll be back in the high life again. This is the anthem, you'll be back in the White House again. All the doors they tried to close will open up again. You'll be back in the White House again. All those who betrayed you from power will be driven. That's one The next one Petty Co junction. If you're Catholic or a Jew, they will be coming to take you to the Gulag. Sorry, Tom. Tom. I preach other Petticoat Junction. Probably too old for me to jump into a this point, But I appreciate it. I do it. I do remember the TV show, but I think a lot of people listening would remember the theme song. All right. I've got time for one more quick one. I mean, it's got to be fast, Bruce. It's all you got. Hey, Joe. Glenda is thank you for taking my call. First time listener, and I just had a question for you the electoral college votes on Monday. But does not. Congress have to certify that before it becomes balance. Yes, but Congress is going to certify it. I mean, the election will be certified. Nobody's going to question with the Electoral college. Does Earls were questioning the electoral college, so it's going to be certified. The only way that you will return. That is you bring challenges. That makes sense that have some weight. But it's gonna be if you're holding out hope that Congress won't certify that's not the case. They're going to The other girl college does. They're going to stick to Otherwise you get back to this whole question of why do we have the Electoral college? The only real chance and this is a very, very bad chance. Is that the electoral the electoral vote different than they're expected to? I don't expect that to happen either. I expect on Monday. They're going to a vote. I think that Joe Biden Kamila Harris will have over to 70. I think that at that point, legal challenges will have to try to overturn with the electoral college did, which will be very hard to do. But trust me when I say nothing is is in stone until.

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"0.1 point" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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07:14 min | 1 year ago

"0.1 point" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"With you now, because when it comes to the fight for truth, the fun never stops. The fight is still on this election is not yet over. Despite what you're hearing in so many different places in the media. Let's hear from the campaign right now. An adviser to the campaign. Seen your strategic advisor. That is our friend Steve Cortes. Back in the mix, Steve. Thanks for making the time for us. I'm appreciated bucket. You are very right. When I talk about this election, we must speak in the present tense because it is ongoing. Let's not be Lola. And speaking of the past tense as though it is over. Now you've got a roughly 15,000. I think it's little lesson that roughly 15,000 vote. Margin of victory thus far. Got a margin of separation. Perhaps for Joe Biden in in Georgia. We just found 2600 new votes just well, look, 2600 votes two for one going for Trump. Does this begin to chip away at the Let's just move past this and not audit and not recheck and not recount anything, Steve Well, it certainly does. You know, obviously, this is very troubling that these boats or just happen to be missing and suddenly got found that they overwhelmingly favor the president, You know, forgive me if I'm not shocked, right? Sort of like the police showing up in council block and find out while there's gambling going on it Ricks on. Probably the statistical case also backs up this an adult case when I mean this disco case, I'm saying, for example, Look at the state of Georgia and the rate of rejection of mailed in ballots four years ago when they had about 200,000 mailed imbalance in 2016, which is well more normal rate before the pandemic. They rejected 3% of all balance or mailed in. They were either not registered voters. There was something invalid about the ballot itself. It wasn't signed. Whatever the reason 3% were rejected. Now. This time 1.3 million ballots in Georgia were mailed in more than six times in, 2015 told that's not surprising. Given the pandemic. However, here's what is surprising and one surprising, I think damning, really, of the vote totals in the validity of all totals. That rate of rejection went down from 3%, all the way to point to 4% of balance were rejected. In other words, 1 12 the level the percentage of balance that were rejected in 2016 were rejected this time, even though it was such a mammoth. Increase over a million 0.1 point one million more balance coming in and ending if there were a serious vein of the voting going on, we were expected anything that that percentage to actually rise, but because you have so many people doing it for the first time, the fact is, the percentage fell dramatically, and I believe the complete void of vetting of votes and it wasn't contained in Georgia. Some other thing happening. Pennsylvania's matter of fact, the numbers are actually more damning. In Pennsylvania. This indicates that a large share of these boats are simply not valid, and the only way for us to determine if they are is a serious audit, not just a recount, not just send them back to the machine, but actual hand audit on these results and in case of Georgia, if if we were to have the same rejection rate Has 2016 39,000 votes would be rejected instead of the only 3000 at work. Now, where are we? With the recount in Georgia. The President's been tweeting about this. We know there was some kind of recount, but He's not happy with what's going on. Can you just tell us what is the status of Georgia? As of today? All right, Well, listen. Our campaign is not happy with it, obviously, And neither was the president because we're not having an honest recount there. And this is particular disappointed because we have a supposedly Republican secretary State. Georgia law is a swing state statewide has been electing Republicans lately, so we would expect better than this. The unfortunate reality is we know that the recounts have not been that it has been a recount rather than an auditing. And then that's again a crucial difference here. We're not saying just put the numbers to the machine again. You know, we realize that you're gonna come up with a very similar number there. You're gonna have a very tiny sampling of just honest human error. You know, you'll change a few 100 votes that's normal for a just quote, recount. We're talking about isn't on it and again, I think an audit for for very legitimate means that I think these statistical case for the improbability of Joe Biden's wind is really compelling. And one of the reasons why we're gonna give you another staff related to Georgia. Let's give you some of the numbers. He's biting on Lee balance nationwide. When I meet my bite in all these people who supposedly voted for Joe Biden and then for no one else down ticket now that's a rare phenomenon. It certainly is rare even in 2020. Outside of the swing states, However, there are a total of 450,000 at least of these Biden on Lee balance in America. They are predominantly in these swing states, which seems far too convenient and to get specific on Georgia, where we have very contentious Senate races. Obviously both races we're heading into runoff, but where you have highly Contentious Senate races with a lot of interest in races plural because there's two of them eyes really telling that if you look at the biting on Lee votes, there were 95,000 Biden on Lee Balance in the state of Georgia, where somebody voted for Biden and then not down back. Allegedly. If we compare that to trump no such phenomena are the 2.4 million votes that Donald Trump got. All those on Lee 818. People voted for Trump on Lee and then nobody down balance. I mean, think about that disparity fewer than 1000. People voted for Trump. Only 95,000 supposedly voted for Biden on Lee. Look that just it reeks. Let's just be honest about it again. In another self. I want to be fair that is not conclusive in and of itself does not prove fraud, but it sure does smell that, and it sure does point Tour phenomena is pretty hard for any reasonable person to explain in the state of Georgia. Now we're speaking. Steve Cortes, senior strategic advisor to the Trump campaign, Steve Tell me this. Why haven't we? You know, we we've all these stories, all this sort of You know the affidavits and all this about fraud, But I have not yet seen the Ah ha! Here is proof of a fraud. We've seen proof of irregularity. No question about that, right When you're finding balance when you know there's no and by the way, anyone who says there we're not going to be at least a irregularities. In an election with 150 Million give or take ballots cast. I mean, they're living in a fantasy world, right? So we know there are regularities and that that was no should be corrected. And that means balance is gonna go on side of the okay, fine. What intentional fraud are. We just, You know, we've all these people saying I saw this. I saw that are we really gonna be able to prove any of this? No, but I believe you will. Here's what I would tell you. Those those cases of what I would call micro fraud are important, You know, in a dead person voting a legal immigrant voting, But I'll be the first to concede that that will not change the election. Now we should clean that up and people should be punished that people should end up in handcuffs when they have broken election laws that serious but but I will agree with you. And that's that is not the smoking gun off Macro fraud, right? The macro father we're talking about. I think there are two instances here, both of which are still to be argued in federal court, so I would I would tell folks out there to hold Because these arguments have not even started yet on there are really two elements to them. One is where hundreds of thousands of ballots illegally counted, meaning that there were no Republican observers. But there was no vetting, as I talked about in terms of the percentage is insanely low percentages of rejection rates..

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"0.1 point" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"0.1 point" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"He's back with you now, because when it comes to the fight for truth, fuck never stopped. The fight is still on this election is not yet over despite what you're hearing in so many different places in the media. Let's hear from the campaign right now. An adviser to the campaign. Seen your strategic advisor. That is our friend Steve Cortes. Back in the mix, Steve. Thanks for making the time for us. I'm appreciating bucking you are very right. When I talk about this election, we will speak in the present tense because it is ongoing. Let's not be involved in speaking of the past tense as though is over. Now you've got a roughly 15,000. I think it's a little lesson that roughly 15,000 votes. Margin of victory thus far. Got a margin of separation. Perhaps for Joe Biden in in Georgia. We just found 2600 new votes just well, look. 2600 votes two for one going for Trump. Does this begin to chip away at the Let's just move past this and not audit and not recheck and not recount anything, Steve, but it certainly does. Obviously, this is very troubling that these boats are just happened. Be missing and suddenly got found. And they overwhelmingly favor the president, You know, forgive me if I'm not shocked. Right, sort of like the police showing up in council block and find out while there's gambling going on it Ricks on. But this statistical case also backs up this an adult case when I mean this particular case, I'm saying, for example, look at the state of Georgia and the rate of rejection of mailed in ballots four years ago when they had about 200,000 mail in ballots in 2016, which is well more normal rate. Before the pandemic. They rejected 3% of all ballots or mailed and they were even not registered voters. There was something invalid about the ballot itself. It wasn't signed. Whatever the reason 3% were rejected. Now. This time 1.3 million ballots in Georgia were mailed in more than six times in 2016 told that's not surprising. Given the pandemic. However, here's what is surprising and more than surprising, I think damning, really, of the boat holes in the validity of hotels. That rate of rejection went down from 3%, all the way to point to 4% of balance were rejected. In other words, 1 12 the level the percentage of balance that were rejected in 2016 were rejected this time, even though it was such a mammoth. Increase over a million 0.1 point one million more balance coming in in anything if there were a serious vein of the voting going on, We respect of anything that percentage to actually rise, but because you have so many people doing it for the first time, the fact is, the percentage fell dramatically, and I believe the complete void of vetting of votes, and it wasn't contained in Georgia. So anything happening, Pennsylvania's matter of fact, the numbers are actually more damning. In Pennsylvania. This indicates that a large share of these boats are simply not valid, and the only way for us to determine if they are is a serious on it. Not just a recount, not just send them back to the machine, but actual hand audit office results and in a case of Georgia if we would have the same rejection rate Has 2016 39,000 votes would be rejected instead of the only 3000 at work. Now, where are we? With the recount in Georgia. The President's been tweeting about this. We know there was some kind of recount, but He's not happy with what's going on. Can you just tell us what is the status of Georgia? As of today, right, Well, listen. Our campaign is not happy with it. Obviously United was the president because we're not having an honest recount. Their This is particular disappointed because we haven't supposedly Republican Secretary of State George A lot is a swing state statewide has been electing Republicans lately, so we would expect better than this. But the unfortunate reality is we know that the recounts have not been that it has been a recount rather than an auditing. And then that's again a crucial difference here. We're not saying just put the numbers to the machine again. You know, we realize that you're gonna come up with a very similar number there. You're gonna have a very tiny sample of just honest human error. You'll change a few 100 votes that's normal for just quote recount. We're talking about isn't on it and again, I think an audit for very legitimate means that I think these statistical case for the improbability of Joe Biden's wind is really compelling. And one of the reasons why we're gonna give, you know, stat related to Georgia. Let's give you some of the numbers. He's biting on Lee valid nationwide. When I think my body in all these people who supposedly voting for Joe Biden and then for no one else down, take it now. That's a rare phenomenon. It certainly is rare even in 2020 outside of the swing states. However, there are a total of 450,000 at least of these Biden on Lee balance in America. They are predominantly in these swing states, which seems far too convenient and to get specific on Georgia, where we have very contentious centuries is obviously both races. We're heading into runoff, but where you have highly contentious Senate races with a lot of interest in races plural because there's two of them. Is really telling that if you look at the biting on Lee votes, there were 95,000 Biden on Lee Balance in the state of Georgia was somebody voted for Biden and then not down back. Allegedly. If we compare that to trump no such phenomena. Other 2.4 million votes that Donald Trump got off those on Lee 818. People voted for Trump on Lee. And then nobody don't balance. I mean, think about that disparity Fewer than 1000. People voted for Trump. Only 95,000 supposedly voted for Biden on Lee. Look that just it reeks. Let's just be honest about it again. In another self. I want to be fair that is not conclusive in and of itself does not prove fraud, but it sure does smell bad, and it sure does point to a phenomenon is pretty hard for any reasonable person to explain in the state of Georgia. Now we're speaking. Steve Cortes, Senior strategic advisor to the Trump campaign. Steve, Tell me this. Why haven't we? You know, we we've all these stories, all this sort of You know the affidavits and all this about fraud, But I have not yet seen the Ah ha! Here is proof of a fraud. We've seen proof of irregularity. No question about that, right When you're finding balance when you know there's no and by the way, anyone who says there we're not going to be at least irregularities. An election with 150 Million give or take ballots cast. I mean, they're living in a fantasy world, right? So we know there are regularities and that that was those should be corrected. And that means balance is gonna go on side of the okay, fine. What intentional fraud are. We just, You know, we've all these people saying I saw this. I saw that are we really gonna be able to prove any of this? No, but I believe you will. There's a lot to tell you those those cases of what I would call micro fraud are important, You know, in a dead person voting a legal immigrant voting, But I'll be the first to concede that that will not change the election. We should clean that up and people should be punished. People shouldn't open handcuffs when they have broken election laws that serious But I will agree with you that that is not the smoking gun off mackerel fraud, right? The macro father we're talking about. I think there are two instances here, both of which are still to be arguing federal court, so I would I would tell folks out there to hold Because these arguments have not even started yet on there are really two elements to them. One is where hundreds of thousands of ballots illegally content meaning that there were no Republican observers. But there was no vetting, as I talked about in terms of the percentage is insane, Low percentages of rejection race and Rudy Giuliani, primarily in terms of the public face of the campaign has been making this case that in Pennsylvania As many as 600,000 plus bad they're simply not valid not according to our opinion, the Trump campaign, according to Pennsylvania law, so that's theme ACA case, and perhaps even more damning one in sitting power has really been the tip of the spear on this one is the voting software. Now, she has said, and I think she has enormous credibility. She's one of the best lawyers in America. She certainly has a track record of meaning what she says publicly and eventually backing it with evidence, and I only say eventually because she simply does not want to make that happen..

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"0.1 point" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"0.1 point" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Thank you by calling up for 10 92 66 80 Ask your question Looks like he's got the answer, but he's played that song long enough that he probably hit a copyright violation. John Fogerty, Old man Down the road. I thought it might be a C C R song. John Fogerty. So, So Anyway, we're here. We're here and we want you to call for no 92 66 80. But where we left the conversation we were talking about self directed Self trusted diaries and someone we were talking about some of the pitfalls. Some of the fact that you know Chris shared a number of the main examples, but one of the other things with that Everybody always says Haha. I've got it. I'm gonna do it in my son's name on my sister's and my brother's name, and there's a specific area of lineage. But you know pretty much if it's a family member. They're goingto also equate that to be Prohibited transaction. You've benefited yourself in some way, Theo. Interesting thing about some of those things like the example you're giving of the person with the used car business in their IRA. Well, they're not taking much of a salary because they're building up all that money. All the profits in that business in a growth forever tax free and until you take it out, take mode. And the way that the iris looks at that as an excess contribution, just like if you had deposited too much money in your account for a year. So, Yeah, There are things there are ways that can work out. But you just be very careful How you doing? Eso at our firm. We've got a number of clients that have used them very successfully to do. Our lending generally secured notes on properties that are being flipped by people that they know really well, they trust really well. And that could be a really good investment. It's the investment is only as good as the person you're you're working with when it comes to somebody who thinks they know Realestate knows flipping and control costs, but There's also other types of things. There's You know some more debt products that are not suitable for the investment market. Bundled mortgages is something we've done before and then Some private equity and there are private placement bonds. You know, For instance, there are churches who are raising money. They sell bonds themselves and there's there's not a market value for those so they can't go into a traditional Ah, just doing IRA so, but they can't go into a self trust you, but I think the thing to always remember these is there's a reason why Charles Schwab, Fidelity TD. Morgan Stanley, whatever your custodian of choice, Maybe there's a reason why they wouldn't take this investments. You're taking more risks. You know, it's an interesting thing. Yes. Well, we have several open lines here for 1092266 idea. Would I be correct in saying we have all of the lines open? We have all of the lines open. I don't know. I don't know how many There are. There's so many buttons on the control board, so none of them are blinking for 10922. Six. And we have a few minutes before the next traffic report. So one of the topics that has come up By nature ofthe cove. It and interest rates going down through the floor. I mean, your banks are paying Literally, almost nothing. Money market accounts. Money market funds are paying 0.1. Many banks are paying 0.1 point. 1.1. So the 30 year Treasury, I think, closed today somewhere under 1 60. So the concept of the 60 40 portfolio 60% stocks 40% bonds, The bonds are there to really offset the risk. Off what your equities were doing because, you know, especially if you're in the U. S. Treasury's used to get a rate of return on those and so, but it also were was acting in a way such that if stocks were going down, your bonds were going up and your So if they weren't car late into the same direction, if nothing else, you know, even if in times of panic, they're not going to go down as much and they're paying you interest along the way. Well, now with rates is so low Is. People are rethinking that. What are we doing on the 60 40 portfolio, So we have a call We're going to go to and we'll continue this conversation later. We do. We love the collars so We're going to go to Bob in Lutherville. Bob in Lutherville. You want talk about investments. Yes, you are. You're life. Yes, Thank you. Yes, both fairly amount at retirement age started taking it, But we're still working on a story short. We're looking for something, and I don't know if it even exists. We're pretty diversified mutual funds and things like that. But is there anything I was listening when you were just saying, like, you know, Money markets are Table, but virtually not any turn at all. Is there anything out there? It's stable. Um, I'm not sure if we want to get locked in with an annuity, something it would be stable. Some decent amount of return. I was thinking like a tax free bond fund. We have a lot more. Five, for example, and they seem to do for a long term 10 to 15 years. About three or 4%. I mean, I'd be sad if I was after his or anything. What about the stock market? Long term at retirement age, So I'll give a couple of men all let Chris and we've got some more callers coming into So on the on the money market and things like that. If it's not in retirement accounts, you've got one option. That's the online banks. We talked about him all the time. Here, getting a little bit better return anywhere between 10.4 point six The so that's one option in the investment accounts. One of the things that has been popular over the years is strategic municipal bonds on strategic Mr Bond managers, and there's a number of them out there. And that can give you kind of Ah, tax preferred return special. If you're doing that, in a taxable accounts, anything strike out to you, Chris? I'm sure I mean, we like to say from the risk free rate of return, so Treasury bills are paying a whole lot to five. The 10 year.

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Trump closes gap on Biden in Arizona as mail-in ballots are counted

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00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Trump closes gap on Biden in Arizona as mail-in ballots are counted

"ABC serene Shaz in Phoenix secretary of State right here in Arizona, saying that the Processes working exactly the way that it should. It's a process that shows the margin between the candidates shrinking. They're separated by about 30,000 votes that is less than 1% point. It is unclear if that is enough for the president to cross the finish line, at least right here in this state, But it also leads in Nevada and Georgia, where ABC News can project the Senate race between incumbent Republican David Perdue and

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"0.1 point" Discussed on WTOP

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04:41 min | 1 year ago

"0.1 point" Discussed on WTOP

"703 Friday morning. November The six went 50 degrees now going up to around 70 today. Good morning. I'm Bruce Allen. And I'm Joan Jones. And we have continuing team coverage now of election 2020. The presidential election is still too close to call. Joe Biden has, however, made some significant gains overnight. As those Democratic leaning mail ballots have been counted up in battleground states. We get the latest here from doubly Tio peacenik Ionela. He's alive now at the election desk yesterday. At this time, President Trump was ahead in the state of Georgia by 18,000 votes, but that lead got smaller and smaller. ER as mail ballots were counted up. And those mail ballots favor Joe Biden so much that he has now taken the lead in Georgia, and that lead has grown a bit over the past hour last hour. His lead was fewer than 1000 votes. Now it's grown to a little over 1000. So this is changing minute by minute. Now this morning, he and President Trump are virtually tied in Georgia. Biden is up by 10000.2%. Georgia Carrie 16 electoral votes. So if the Associated Press were to call that state for Biden this morning, the AP would also say that Biden won the presidency. What about the other battleground states that have been too close to call? Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Nevada are those other states in Pennsylvania After the election, President Trump was ahead by 675,000 votes. With those mail ballots being counted. His lead is down to about 18,000. That's 0.3% in North Carolina. The president is winning by 76,000 votes. 0.1 Point 4%. And in Nevada, Joe Biden is leading by 11,000 votes. And that's just 40.9%. So you see how close these races are. It is crazy. How close they are this morning. Certainly is. Alright, Nick. Thank you so much will be checking back with Nick throughout the morning. 705 now mail in ballots in Maryland are still being counted. The election won't be certified until next Friday, but supporters of some ballot questions are confident they've got a winner. Maryland State Senator Jim Rosapepe called statewide question won a victory for democracy. It's the measure that gives members of the General Assembly budget Authority, those of Pep says Question one would balance budget powers, much healthier, more cooperative, constructive relationship annually in the budget process to be the governor, the Legislature governor Larry Hogan, who would no longer be in office. By the time the change would take place is called it Akash and Power Graham as of Thursday night, the Maryland State Board of Elections website showed. Nearly 74% of Maryland voters supporting the move 26% opposing it. The results are unofficial until all Malin and provisional votes are tabulated Cake. Ryan W. T. O P News election workers in Virginia are responding to concerns from some voters that their votes were counted. Viral post on Social Media sites telling people to check with Virginia's Board of elections to see if their vote was counted is prompting worries the state says. Just aren't warranted. People are calling. They're checking their personal voting history. Upset that Virginia's website doesn't show they voted in 2020 yet, but the elections commissioner says it's just too soon that voter histories are only updated after local election boards, finished canvassing and certify the vote. The deadline for that is this Tuesday. So if you're worried about the state acknowledging your vote, it says, within a few days, you will have that proof. John Doman w T. O P News Police say a woman who had been removing political signs was cut by razor blades. Placed at the bottom of a sign. Arlington Police say that the woman had removed signs from the median of George Mason drive between Yorktown Boulevard in four mile run drive on Wednesday. She was later separating one of the signs from a metal base when she was cut, police say, be careful when removing those signs. But they also say there have been no similar incidents coming up more of our continuing coverage of election 2020 plus new concerns about a Corona virus spike in the region. 707 George Wallace here, and I know you've been stuck at home for how many months Now? You still looking for one more project to do? How about getting a new roof? I made it easy for you. And the hardest part of completing a home improvement project is finding someone to do it well and new look home design. Their goal is to make getting a new roof easy. Here's how they install one roof every hour. So you know they have the experience necessary. And they offer TP tee. Total price transparency. They give line by line pricing, detailed measurements and a three d image of your roof. So you know exactly what you're paying for. And I know you're saying that's nice. Yeah, but how many roofs have they installed? Think about it. This way. You got a gnat's park sold out crowd over 40,000 people. There's your answer..

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Another record low for benchmark mortgage rates in U.S.

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Another record low for benchmark mortgage rates in U.S.

"Mortgage rates keep falling. Freddie Mac says the average rate on a 30 year fixed fell to a new record low this week just 2.78% as nearly 1% point lower than a year ago. It's also the 11th record low for 30 Year eights. This

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"0.1 point" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"0.1 point" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Channels are in charge of selecting our president of the United States. I think they're ahead of CNN. They want to beat CNN being wrong or Being on the wrong side of history. Welcome on to you. We are, of course at 888630962586319625. That's our telephone number. It's absolutely toll free to you, our beloved and valued listeners pretty crazy out there. We're still fighting the fight over the ballots in Arizona because the Democrats and the media I've decided to stop counting when Joe Biden was ahead, but they hadn't counted Election day ballots, which we know even according to the corrupt media that wants to stop counting will favor President Trump. But we'll just stop counting while Biden's ahead and all those election day vote for Trump will leave him out of it for now. In Nevada. We may not get final results from them until a week from tomorrow. And if they're the deciding state with their six electoral college votes, then It could be until next Friday, and Azem chicanery going on there as well. In Pennsylvania, 20 electoral College votes electro votes they don't have to reveal until the 10th the 10th of this month. Today is the fifth And the 10th because the president is up by 2.5% points there, more than 164,000 votes in Pennsylvania could be key. Never. We've been saying it was going to be key for months. Georgia is a toss up. It's one half of 1% point separating the two candidates. They don't have to tell us what's going on. Also, until the 12th a week from tomorrow, next, pretty amazing stuff. And in North Carolina, the president is up by 1.5% 0.1 point 5% points for their 15 electoral college votes, and they don't have to let us know until the 12th. This is really something. It's as if we've never held an election before we're figuring out as we go along. A blind man holding an election. This is a blind man would probably do a better job figured out more more quickly. Remarkable stuff, it turns out That the Democrats have lost at least five seats in the House of Representatives. They they were supposed to sweep and have a dominating majority and Nancy Pelosi now now Nancy Pelosi, you've even got Democrats out there that are even on Democrats on Capitol Hill is saying the whole leadership team of the Democrats in the House and the Senate need to go Chuck Schumer in the Senate, Nanny Pelosi and and steady Hoyer and James Clyburn. Everybody's like 145 years old and crusty, and their best days were like 1919 68 the summer of Love. But they were able to get some antibiotics for that and cleared it up by early 1969 and and they're the people in charge of the party of the future in the party of the year, and there was going to be a sweet according to all the media and the pollsters and the Democrats, pretty much double redundancy there. And it turns out everything was a lie. Everything is a lot and as one of our brilliant colors said just a short time ago. Honestly, I think it was sunny was talking about every Every state every down ballot. Ah, race went for Republicans across the country in the Senate in the House, Not everything when every single race, but the wave If there was a wave, Republicans picking up seats in the House Republicans holding the Senate, which they were just going to lose, tragically, and it was, they were all crying about it. Reporters telling us You know that Republicans, they're beside themselves. They're rending their clothing. There's upset because they're going to lose the Senate so terribly and it was all a lie. It's all a lie, and it's all voter suppression. And it's all corrupting our political system. Minutes. The news media trying to make a dime on the blood of the innocents, whatever it is And it's amazing stuff. Listen, we're in a We're in a street fight here with a back alley fight with crooked Democrats and their crooked media allies who are already taking victory laps and declaring victory and all that. But you know, they don't have to wait for the votes to be counted. They just they just declare it well, We declare that Joe Biden is no, no, you know, slap yourself in the face because it's not gonna work that way. Remarkable remarkable time. We're in And and it's not over because Mitt Romney's not our guy, Donald Trump is their guy and Donald Trump is going to fight. He's goingto fight them. I think you're way of Winston Churchill would have this is President Trump. Speech from the White House last night. It sounded familiar tomatoes. It sound familiar to you. We feel five underground fight on the seas and oceans. We shall fight with growing confidence and growing strength in the air, and whatever they may be. Under beaches, fight on the landing grounds. We shall fight in the fields. And in the streets, we will fight in the hill never surrender. And if I do not for a moment, believe that island a large part of it, but subjugated in starving our empire beyond the seas on guard is really carry on the struggle until.

Biden Wins Wisconsin, Trump Campaign Demands Recount

The Takeaway

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Biden Wins Wisconsin, Trump Campaign Demands Recount

"Joe Biden has declared the winner in Wisconsin The Associated Press calling the race a short time ago for the Democratic nominee. But President Trump begs to differ in the Republican's campaign is demanding a recount. The margin of victory is within 1% point. NPR's David Shaper reports from Milwaukee. Trump's camp is citing unsubstantiated reports. Of fraud. Without evidence. The Trump campaign claims there are reports of irregularities in several Wisconsin counties, which raise serious doubts about the validity of the results. Well, Wisconsin's chief election official, Megan Wolf, says the voting and ballot counting process was open and transparent, and she bristles at the suggestion of vote fraud. It's insulting for local election officials to say that yesterday's election was anything What an incredible success that was the result of years of preparation and meticulously carefully following the law, Wolf says. With the margin under 1%, the Trump campaign can request a recount, but historically recounts in Wisconsin have rarely change the outcome.

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Election 2020: Arizona's impact

Arizona's Morning News

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Election 2020: Arizona's impact

"Of election 2020 continues our race. Our state will the side the direction of the country for the White House and the Senate majority. That was Republican Senator Martha McSally on with Arizona's Morning news Friday, and this morning, we caught up with her Democratic challenger on Election Day Eve. There's Jeremy Foster joins us live with more on what Mark Kelly had to say. One of the first things we asked Mark Kelly Jamie in a race where polls have consistently showed him in the lead there now tightening, in fact, a brand new Data orbital poll of 550 likely Arizona voters out this morning show Kelly just 1% point ahead of MK Sally Now. Two weeks ago, the same polls showed him up over six points. But Kelly told us he's still confident. Think the only Poles that really matters when folks go to the polls tomorrow, and when they count the votes, and that might take might be done tomorrow might take a couple days. I feel pretty good. Something else. Kelly and other Democrats may be keeping an eye on Republicans of return nearly 45,000 more ballots in Maricopa County than Democrats so far on the early voting side and about 90,000 Mohr than those who are not registered with either party. But Kelly points out that a lot of support from Republicans, including former elected officials, I have the Republicans for you know Mark Kelly for Senate Group. He also words folks to be patient. If we don't see the final results on Election day, and you can tune in all day for special election team coverage right here on our and we'll begin it tomorrow at five. AM I tell you, this is going to be one watch because the Republicans have come from behind to now lead with the number of ballots already returned and their also expected to turn out Maur enforce the Democrats at the actual voting booth tomorrow, so this is really going to be one to watch it is and we we heard from the Steve Cortes with the Trump campaign today. He's in there feeling increasingly confident about taking Arizona. All right. Thank you so much. Kate. There's Jeremy Foster.

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"0.1 point" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"0.1 point" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Biden is holding a comfortable advantage ahead of Tuesday's election. A new National Fox News poll released Friday shows the Democratic nominee with an eight point lead over President Trump. However, today in Iowa, Biden said Democrats need to keep focused with the election just days away. Final days, please keep your sense of empowerment of what we can do together because, you know We could do anything. President Trump is setting a new record. After speaking in Minnesota Friday, he only stayed on stage for 21 minutes, marking his shortest in person campaign rally of the last four years. He complained several times how local officials on Ly allowed 250 people to attend due to Corona virus restrictions from called the Governor week, saying he's done a terrible job. One of the company's working on a Corona virus vaccine is ready to test it on Children. Johnson and Johnson will start with those in the age range of 12 to 18. If that proves to be safe. It'll be tested on kids younger than 12. I'm Brian shook This is Bloomberg. Best time Ed Baxter, and I'm Denise Pellegrini, Thie chairman and C E O of Johnson and Johnson likes to stay fit, and Alex Gorski says it's really all especially important during the pandemic. Right. Denise and David had a chance to ask Gorski about it on the David Rubenstein show, Peer to peer conversations, and David kicks things off here. By asking Gorski about how he feels about being the head of a large drug company. Look, I'm as excited today about what I'm seeing in terms of science and technology and the potential of the patients. I mean, look what we're doing with the vaccine. We couldn't have even imagined that you know, with about 10 months ago. And so that it's you know, it's a constant stream of new opportunities. Challenges that you're facing along the way. But look, you know, like everybody. I would always consider ways of how could you continue to serve other stakeholders? How can you continue to serve others? But you know what? I I think I've got the best job in the world. Most days Now you are a fitness expert. All right person who cares a lot about fitness. You're always running or exercising and So I assume during this period of time you're doing even more just to stay in shape. Is that right? You run Ah lot, or do you exercise a lot every day? Yes, I do, David. And look, I learned a long time ago. Ah, even during my time in the military, that one of the most important things you Khun do To ensure that if by chance, you know you what you're wounded was to be healthy in the first place. And it's interesting because I think one of the things that we're learning about this disease, of course. Is that the healthier you are, If you in fact should contact the disease likely, the better prepared you're going to be to be able to survive and get through it in a much better manner. And you look like many others. I've been doing my best to deal with this situation. I'm working out of the house but taking care of myself, but Yes. I always put a priority on trying Tio, take care of ourselves. Stay healthy, get the kind of rest that you need. Eat the right way. And I think doing all these things not only happen or help in your daily life, but certainly are goingto affected in a situation like Kobe 19 as well. So when you're running the biggest healthcare company, United States, I guess you're always worried that somebody might see you eating a French fry or a big Mac. Or, you know your gain an extra pound or something. You feel you gotta be very careful because everybody's watching you who you are. And the company you're running. No, no, I don't worry about that. Look, I think I think it was important about live in so many things is balance. And I tend to follow an axe on the look during the week, especially given my travel schedule. The demands is I tend to be pretty strict. You know about what I eat, and the kind of rituals I put in place just keeps me on pace. Whether I'm here in New Brunswick, or whether I'm in China are traveling in other places around the world. But hey on the weekend, Of course I like Tio liketo have a burger from time to time or that steak, and that's why I worked so hard trying to keep fit along the way and I find by having that balance say I can. I can take care of myself. But I could also have fun. So I'm you're in pretty good shape. Obviously so, but eventually, I guess you have your doctor for annual physicals or something like that. If the doctor says you need a band aid here, I'll give you a shot and put a band aid on. That's not a band aid. It's some other company's product. You take it off, or do you say you can only use Johnson Johnson products on May I'll actually have that happened. One time I had a bicycling accident where I had to get some stitches in my hand. And of course, my once in a local hospital, I made sure that they were our suitors. So and look, I I've had my hip replaced. Have one of our products in my hip and Ah, it feels great. And Ah, it was. It was a life changer for me once I had that procedure done. Well, listen, I appreciate your giving us this much time. I hope the vaccine comes as soon as possible and healthy and good way and safe for everybody. You can rest assured that we're going to be working. 24 7 doing everything we can to make that possible between down there. You've been listening to Alex Korsky, chairman and chief executive officer of Johnson and Johnson on the David Rubenstein show, Peer to peer conversations. It's no secret that some investors are worried about instability, in part because of the covert 19 pandemic, and Denise that has some investors I in commodities, and I'll tell you who's really bullish about commodities. Jeff Curry, He's Global head of commodities research over at Goldman Sachs and Bloomberg's Alex Steel and Guy Johnson kick things off by asking Curry of commodities will tumble is demand falls because lockdowns arising let's first just look at the following observation every single commodity market with the exception of copy, cocoa and iron or are in a deficit right now. That's because they hit to supply has been massive, despite a wall worry around demand right now, and I think one thing in terms of thinking about the man is that the cove it comes in waves. One third of the world right now is coming out of their their infection rates. Think about places like Melbourne in Australia, India and places like that It's improving, while another third is going in places like Europe in the US that air thinking even then you have a group in the centre that are One that moves around. So I think the key point here is much more supplies down substantially. Markets were on deficit, but that's something that typically happens at the end of the business cycle. Not something just, you know, six months after hitting a trough of a of a recession, so we're in a very unique time period on DH. I'm not that worried about what's hit me one third of the world because another third of the world is coming out, okay? So, Jeff, your neutral need medium term over waits. What you're saying is that there is no shift to the right in terms of the timing As a result of, for instance, the covert case is rising in Europe. It definitely has an impact at the margin. But you know, in terms of looking at all of these markets would go back and say it again every single one of them. But a few agriculture markets are in a deficit, which has underscores the structural shift in supply that we have seen back. There are three key themes that were focused on why we're so bullish is we look for one is structural underinvestment. Second is policy driven demand. The third is a macro tailwind. So just quickly talk about that. The structural underinvestment. This is a theme that we've been talking about since 2017. We called it the revenge of the old economy. Basically, new economies sores great returns over their moves all the capital to the new economy and started the old economy of the capital. It needs to grow overlay Cove. It crisis, particularly in oil. We saw negative prices on that and then overlay. Concerns capital has been siphoned out of this sector. So that's 0.1 point two policy driven demand. This is as big as the bridge story back 20 years ago, we actually calculated the impact on copper demand because of infrastructure stimulus around the world is bigger than what with the impact that China had back in.

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Biden leads slightly in Texas, poll indicates

WBZ Morning News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Biden leads slightly in Texas, poll indicates

"Than six million votes have already been cast in Texas. That's more than anywhere in the country. The avalanche of early votes is feeding Democrats already high hopes of ending decades of losses in Texas, where polls Show Democrat Joe Biden running step for step with President Trump. The most recent poll showed the president ahead by just 1% point. The president won Texas by 9% points four years ago. In 2016.

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"0.1 point" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"0.1 point" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"At farmer fred dot com. And in the email John from Turlock writes in and asks, Is it a good idea to add a small amount of perlite or vermiculite to your potting mix? Also is adding a top dressing of shredded leaves to my potted plants, a good replacement for organic fertilizer. John says. I have had fantastic results with Debbie's idea of using leaves in my garden areas as a mulch, John. I think Fred gets that credit. But yes, leads our lovely organic mulch. Yes, I don't know. Using them in pots is a little different because you don't have the life in the containers that you have in the soil. The genesis quad. Yeah, they would act as a mulch in terms of Ah, Reducing water loss, slowing down water like rainwater and irrigation water from When it hits the soil. Bare soil is never a good idea. I think Steve Zain appreciates about that, because when water hits that water can actually costs oil and Potting mix to become compacted. Eso So using it as a mulch, Yes, but as a fertilizer, not so much in a pot exactly. You know, one issue I would have with bringing leaves in To an indoor potted plant. What do you bring in with you? Yeah, I hadn't thought about it being an indoor plant. Yes, we don't know if it's indoor outdoor, that he's talking about indoor. They usually is the green sphagnum moss, right Azad breakdown, though. No, The 0.1 point of it is it doesn't break down. It's just being a mulch covering up the panties. That's how I had an interior escape. ER, describe it to me because you've got the grow pot inside the the pretty part, which is called the cash spot. Ah, and you want to cover up. You want to make it look like the plants growing in the pretty pot. So you cover up the panties, which is the growing pot with the mosque as toe, adding something to the potting mix. I always do that, and I have lots of experiences where somebody People give me plants and I'm that's wonderful. I love that, but they have not added Ah rock thing. Perlite. Vermiculite are rock the thing I really liked to use his promise. It's a little more expensive, but it's it's less ah, dusty than perlite. Although not completely dust free, and it's AH, it's lava rock, So it's sort of naturally existing when when you perlite and vermiculite our mind. Crushed and then they're heated to some ridiculous 1400 degrees or something in order to expand them. Ah! Thomas is already expanded by the natural process off of the volcano. So I buy Promise you buying a bag? Ah, what they call it. Thomas. They don't call lava Rock. No, but lava rock is promise and you can get love a rock in different sizes and different colors on we used that in. We tried it as AH Amendment. A typical growing media is one third. Pete or Composter, coir, organic component, one third vermiculite and one third promise. Or, um, perlite. You could also substitute sand horticultural stand for the vermiculite. So there's quite a bit of rock component to a classic growing mix. Then you had some nutrients in some line that sounds like a seed starting mix. It's Ah, it's ah. Small container mix seed starting up to about four inch when.

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Judge extends Wisconsin absentee cutoff 6 days post election

Pacifica Evening News

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Judge extends Wisconsin absentee cutoff 6 days post election

"Today that absentee ballots and battleground Wisconsin can be counted up to six days after the November 3rd presidential election. As long as they are postmarked by Election Day. The highly anticipated ruling unless overturned means that the outcome of the presidential race in Wisconsin might not be known for days after polls close. Under current law, the deadline for returning an absentee ballot tohave it counted is eight PM on election day. Democrats and their allies sued to extend the deadline in the K swing state after the April presidential primary saw long lines, fewer polling places, a shortage of poll workers and thousands of ballots mail days after the election. US District Judge William Conley granted a large portion of their requests, issuing a preliminary injunction that was expected to be appealed all the way to the U. S. Supreme Court. He put the ruling on hold for seven days to give the other side a chance to seek an emergency appeal. In Wisconsin's April presidential primary. Judge Conley also extended the deadline for returning absentee ballots for a week and in that election, nearly 7% of all ballots cast or return the week after the polls closed. 2016 presidential rates was decided in Wisconsin by less than 1% point fewer than 23,000 votes. Polls show Democrat Joe Biden with a slight lead, but both sides are expecting another tight race, Wisconsin's Republican Party chair said. He's reviewing the order and working with others to determine the next steps. Meanwhile, a

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"0.1 point" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"0.1 point" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm John Tucker in New York later in the program, one of the biggest earnings advancing in Asia in the coming week but first, but UK reveals the impact of the Corona virus locked down on the economy in the second quarter in a few days time The country was one of the last to bring in restrictions and suffered one of the heaviest death tolls in Europe. For more, let's go to London and bring in Bloomberg. Daybreak. Europe anchor Caroline Hector John Bloomberg Economics is forecasting a GDP decline of 21 a half percent, which would be one of the most severe contractions of Europe's major economies. Hello. I'm joined by Bloomberg Economics is senior U K columnist Dan Hanson Down already Good to have you on the program. So the U. K one of the last to do a lock down and it's been one of the slowest to re open. How bad do you think the hit to the economy is going to be just how dire you said? They're gonna be pretty significant 21 a half percent drop is absolutely unthinkable. When you even for talking beginning of the year we we used to get in growth rates and contractions in the UK of sort of in the 0.1 point 2% 21 the harps and drops enormous. Put it into context that would see the economy contract for a level not seen since 2018 years ago, White House in 1/4 so it's very, very significant. Um, we will get some information now. Probably more interesting, in fact, about how quickly the economy started to recover, So we know he may proceed week recovery we saw at 1.8 10 brides now was made, which was Quite significant, significantly below expectations will get some dated June as well. I'm expecting quite a more significant pick up in activity and in genes, so That will give us an idea of how the economy is going into the third quarter, and I think that will be a significant focus on the market. Now in recent days, the Bank of England at their August meeting actually was quite rosy about a V shaped recovery. To understand that the GDP figures that are coming out are going to be largely backward Looking But what to make then if this idea that we could see a fairly swift rebound and then return to the kind of 2019 growth levels, actually by 2021 of the Bank of England was talking about Yes, so fine. England's We'd think it leads to spend a little bit optimistic in its forecast. So in the third quarter, their forecast she's arrived now stating, which is Enormous. We expect an equally enormous rise, but not quite as big incense. We're looking for a 13% rising output 19% in 13%. Is pretty significance and going forward beyond the current course we actually see recover anything slower, so that you mention it by bringing the level of thie economy getting to its pre coded level at the end of 21. We see that happening in 2022 on the main reason for that is that we think that hit the Lake Park. It is going to be more significant than the Bank of England. And it just means Significant number of people become unemployed, very takes time for them to get back into the workforce access a significant drag on the recovery. You've seen all the previous recessions in the UK when unemployment goes high. It's fine for the economy to recover, and that's why we think the recovery will be slow in the bank thinks Yeah, And this, of course, is the worry across Europe isn't it of a jobless recovery where we do also get some data out in the coming days about Claimant count about jobless claims change the Isle O unemployment numbers again, the Bank of ending in England expecting so 7/2 percent unemployment That is eye waters like three million people out of work. But is that also a quite optimistic I've seen estimates for hire for the end of this year? Yeah, absolutely. All the data will get for next week will be four second quarter and again GDP data. It's pretty backward looking on because the furlough schemes in place what we're not seeing in the unemployment data released these big rises. Where we're expecting the rise in the ranks. England's expecting arrives to its happen when the police came in and that in October, so is being wound down at the moment. Green August, not favorites. It's being run down, and then it's finished. So Pete comes at the end of the year. My wingman has 7.5. Since then we have 8.5 sentence. It's worth finding the baby. Are you case, the watchdog has blood 0.9% which is fairly significantly higher than both our four house in the Bank of England. I don't see, I think Aww, you at league that the risk the unemployment rate going higher than we expect the fall greater than the risk the unemployment not going is high. So this definitely big downside risks of the job market and there goes the helper. Surely, though the key to all of this will be you know, the ever present worry around a second wave of the Corona virus, and particularly in winter, you know, talk of schools reopening and the challenges that that is going to place on on the health situation for the UK Yeah, absolutely. And I think In many ways for the economy. It's not just where the second wave happened is the risk of Staten Wave to that affects people's decisions and how they spend money. And the big reasons beyond what I mentioned about the Children. The other degrees thing that recovery blag is that consumers are going to be cautious. No area they worried about their income, but also worried about their health. That means the less you go out and spend them actually go out and do what we call Social consumption's A restaurant's going to the park. All those things means the second wave. Even the risk of a second wave. I should say axes ahead with grace and of course in the 2nd 1000 Actually happened. And, of course, the recovery. We completely blown off course. And on the severity of the 2nd 1 Even how the government reacts. You could be looking at a double dip recession in the UK say it is an enormous risk. Of course, Dan I can't leave it there. I have to have a positive note after all of this doom and gloom. Are we underestimating the UK economy? I mean, we're still G seven. We punch above our weight as we like to say, Don't we inventive and so on. Is there a glimmer of optimism anywhere? I think there are a lot of risks out there. But there are some upside risks, too, and I'll leave you with this one. On it that in the aftermath of the Brexit by a lot of people underestimate the economy. Everyone thought there was a passage. RCMP questions Michael that was going to be a recession, the economy significantly outperformed. He calls consumers were happy that they have in their pockets and run down their savings. Now we know that evening rates have gone up significantly across the globe because of the lock down and it could just be out of the lock down These People do so comfortable about going out and spending money. And if they do that, then recovery's going to be a lot faster than we can potentially in the Bank of England. Anticipate. Okay, Thank you so much for being with me. That's pretty Berg. Economics is senior UK.

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"0.1 point" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"0.1 point" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Busiest Bloomberg daybreak weekend or global look ahead of the top stories for investors in the coming week. I'm John Tucker in New York up later in the program, one of the biggest earnings advancing in Asia in the coming week but first, but UK reveals the impact of the Corona virus locked down on the economy in the second quarter in a few days time The country was one of the last to bring in restrictions and suffered one of the heaviest death tolls in Europe. For more, let's go to London and bring in Bloomberg. Daybreak. Europe anchor Caroline Hecker. John Bloomberg Economics is forecasting a GDP decline of 21 a half percent, which would be one of the most severe contractions of Europe's major economies. For I'm joined by Bloomberg Economics is senior U K economist Dan Hanson Down Really good to have you on the program. So the U. K one of the last to do a lock down and it's been one of the slowest to re open. How bad do you think the hit to the economy is going to be just how dire said they're gonna be pretty significant 21 a half percent drop is absolutely unthinkable. When you even talking beginning of the year with we used to get in growth rates and contractions in the UK of sort of in the 0.1 point 2% 21 the harps and drops enormous. Put it into context that would see the economy contract for a level not seen since 2018 years ago, White House in 1/4 so it's very, very significant. Um We will get some information and probably more interesting, in fact, about how quickly the economy started to recover, So we know they're pretty weak recovery we saw at one point extend right now with his maze, which was What's significant, significantly below expectations will get some dates June as well. I'm expecting quite a more significant pickup in activity and in June so That will give us an idea of how the economy is going into the third quarter, and I think that will be a significant focus on the market. Now in recent days, the Bank of England at their August meeting actually was quite rosy about a V shaped recovery. So I understand that the GDP figures that are coming out are going to be largely Backward looking. But what do you make? Then? If they say I did that, that we could see a fairly swift rebound and then return to the kind of 2019 growth levels actually by 2020 ones with the Bank of England was talking about Yes. Oh, thank England's. We'd think it leads to spend a little bit optimistic in its forecast. So in the third quarter, their forecast she's arrived now stating, which is Enormous. We expect an equally enormous rise, but not quite as big incense. We're looking for a 13% rising output 19% in 13%. Is pretty significant going forward beyond the current course. We actually see big recover anything slower so that he mentioned by bringing the level of thie economy getting to its pre coded level at the end of one We see that happening in 2022 on the main reason for that is that we think that hit the late park..

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Poland’s Presidential Election Too Close to Call

TED Radio Hour

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Poland’s Presidential Election Too Close to Call

"The second round of presidential elections has come to a close in Poland as me. Nicholson report's exit polls show the race is still too close to call. According to the exit poll, incumbent Andre Duda has secured 50.4% of the vote, while his rival Rafay Trickovski has come in less than 1% point below him at 49.6%. With a 2% margin of error is currently too close to call the winner of an election campaign, which proved divisive on almost every issue. Duda, who's backed by Poland's right wing government, led a campaign heavily dominated by homophobia rhetoric. Schakowsky, who led a pro European campaign has promised to bring back balance and tolerance to Polish

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1 point away, Serena stunned by Pliskova at Australian Open

America in the Morning

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

1 point away, Serena stunned by Pliskova at Australian Open

"Number sixteen meals roundish in four sets the other semi final on the men's side will feature number two doll and number fourteen Stefanos of Greece in the NBA on Tuesday, the rep doors

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Ben Simmons Scores 1 Point in 76ers Loss

SportsCenter AllNight

01:45 min | 4 years ago

Ben Simmons Scores 1 Point in 76ers Loss

"I mean it's like night and day from the first game of the season now it hasn't always been pretty but you know i think we're clicking at the right time you know and that's what matters most right now when you say night and day i mean you're you left the duke after your freshman year so i mean we we know you're a young guy but just for you the the process of becoming comfortable and recognizing what you can do i mean is that a fair way to describe what how how it went from then to now yeah and i think this is all about opportunity we believe in myself and what i could do i mean unfortunately gordon got hurt so i think that's where you know no matter paternity jalen got a bigger role and terry notice they had to be that way no guys stepping out song back that truck terry rozier twenty points nine assists seven boards they spread the wealth marcus smart nineteen and five give sees six and td gordon postseason they've never blown too old league game three is saturday in philadelphia jj redick twentythree for the sixers robert covington twenty two joel embiid twenty with fourteen boards but ben simmons played thirty one minutes missed all four shots scored one point what are you say stephen a you can ignore what ben simmons didn't do i mean why bother to show up i mean that was just a disgraceful performance this kid is a superstar in the making i call him a jump shot away from being lebron james part too but to show up not just to score just one point to attempt to shots and thirty minutes when you have the ball in your hands you're a point guard you're six feet ten and you can't find.

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