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A highlight from Episode 128 - Maya Spirits - Leveraging blockchain and art to support sustainable development in Mexicos largest biosphere
"We decided before launching NFT to host the art event for the children in Galakmul before raising funds through the NFTs. And by doing that, we utilise the art of the children as an inspiration for the NFT. So every NFT that was bought, you can relate emotionally and personally to the community of Galakmul, since the NFT that you own for contributing to the cause has been created from the community itself. So it's a very beautiful way of connecting the community of Galakmul with the community of Web3. Welcome and thanks so much for joining. Regenerative finance is a global movement, but where it really shines is by creating local impact. This includes local communities engaging with Web3 technology and decentralization to build inclusive and regenerative economies. And for this movement to really shine, it needs to be accessible to diverse communities all over the world, including those that have been around for centuries or even millennia. For today's episode, I'm excited to welcome Liam Scully, co -founder of Maya Spirits, an organization synergizing blockchain technology, science, and art to build a brighter future in Galakmul, Mexico. We discuss how they are leveraging Web3 tools to help preserve Mexico's largest biosphere, the role of NFTs to empower social change, creating locally driven circular economies, their partnership with art blocks, and much more. So without further ado, please join me in welcoming Liam to the Crypto Altruism podcast. Okay, Liam, pleasure to have you here on the Crypto Altruism podcast today. Really excited to learn about Maya Spirits and the great work they're doing. Thanks for being here. Yes, thank you for the invitation. I really appreciate it. Yeah, of course, of course. So I was connected with Maya Spirits through the latest Gitcoin grants round. I saw that you're participating in that, was really interested in your work, so I'm glad we have a chance to chat about the great work they're doing in Mexico using Web3 tools to really do some really cool regenerative work. So before we dive into that, though, I want to hear about your story of how you got into this world of Web3. So what would you say if you could kind of look back? Was your aha moment, that kind of one moment that sticks out that got you really excited about Web3 technology? I think it was, I was very early into Ethereum in 2018, 2019. Then from there, I got into Web3 through a few NFT projects, and I noticed that the values and the intent of many things were not in the right place. So where I grew up was in Cancun, which is in the south of Mexico near the beach. And growing up, I managed to see a very big difference in a lot of economic situations around the city, and I had the idea of utilizing this technology for effective and transparent ways of raising funds in a creative way where we can also reward those who contribute for a good cause.
A highlight from Episode 128 - Oct. 29th, 2023 - Special Guest Lady Lilly
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What Is Life Without Taking Some Risks?
"Is life without taking some risks? I mean, if you own a business and you want to be an entrepreneurial entrepreneur, uh, you have got to realize there is risk involved. It's not, there's nothing easy about it. And talking about John D Rockefeller again, he said, if you chase money, you'll never catch it. And I've heard Larry Burkett years and years ago, when he was still around, he said, if you're chasing money, you will chase it forever. If you're starting a business just to make more money, go work for someone else. Fact go work for someone else. That is not a good reason only to start a business, starting a business and doing all these things. Typically, if you do them right, the by -product is making more money. And I also have learned and agree totally with, not just learned because when I read it, I go, that's me, that's me. I am motivated. I am not motivated by just making money. Just having money does not motivate me. What motivates me as did John D Rockefeller was just the next deal, winning the next deal, winning the next sale what's next. That's what motivates me. And yes, again, the by -product of that is when you win, you make more money. And that's great, but it's always the next thing. It's always, what can I do next to win? That's what motivates me. And that's what motivates a lot of other entrepreneurs. So that's kind of the reward. So the risk and reward today's risk relate to market and economic trends and finances and technology and new ways to serve customers faster to encourage growth. You have probably mitigated risk and leveraged size and stayed and flexible all those types of things. And you've researched outside of the box options. How can we serve our customers better? How can we serve our team better? You've researched all these things are outside the box. They're not normal. And they're not what the normal small business does. It's different. Again, that's also what motivates me is just being different and just trying new things and it's risk. Everything's a risk when you're in business and you're trying to grow and you're making things happen and you're wanting to be different than everyone else. Everything is a risk. Some pay off well, some don't. Some win, some lose. That's just part of
You Are BETTER Than You THINK!
"Some of the top answers for starting a business are this. Number one, freedom and flexibility. You know, do you have that? Do you have that in your business? If you and a lot of times we take that for granted, for sure. But if you have freedom and flexibility in your business, you are blessed, you're able to manage your time, you're able to manage a lot of times as you get going in business, and you've been going for a while, you're able to manage your income level much more than you could do if you work for someone else, you're able to business, you have the freedom by managing your finances well, to remain flexible. And in your outside the box thinking, so you are better than you think you are. We also, number two, we create something new. Why do you want to start your own business? I worked for other companies, I don't want to be like them. I learned what not to do. I want to create something new. If you've done that, and you've lasted a while, you are in the top 10 to 20 % of all small businesses. So congratulations, you are better than you think. This means you've businesses that are no longer around. They couldn't deal with failure. They couldn't deal with mistakes. They didn't know how to correct them. They didn't know how to, you know, keep chugging along and keep making things happen. You did. That's why you're still here. You've dealt with a lot of change. If you're in that 10 to 20%, you've dealt with a lot of change. You've either created change, you've adapted to change. Sometimes change is not our idea. Change is always great if it is our idea, right? But sometimes change is not our idea. I mean, things change in our industry that we have to adapt to and we have to make it work. In my world, if it's a refrigerant change or a code change, we have to adapt to those things and we have to just keep working through it. And if you can't do that, you're not going to be around long. We also have to create how to improve serving others better. And we started a business. Most of us have started a business from scratch. Either bought a business, took over a business, acquired a business. But many of you have started a business from scratch with nothing. It is now a viable business. It has a heartbeat. It provides many jobs and it serves many people. And a bit like small business, like no other, I mean, the small business today carries America. The majority of our income and finances come from small business. It's an extremely large amount. I don't have the number in front of me, but if I tell you it's something like 88 % small business carries America. So if you've done all those things and you're in that 10 to 20 % group in the United States, you are better than you think. And number three, people start a business for generational wealth. They want better for their family. They want better than from generation to generation. They want better. And I'll stop right there and tell you that I want my next generation to be better than me. I'm okay with that. I'm perfectly okay with that. What does better mean? We could break that down into many different ways. It doesn't necessarily mean having more money, but the byproduct rather of being better probably will create more wealth that that would be a goal. Okay. So if you're considering others over yourself, you will do well generating wealth for future generations. And if you realize there is more to life than material things, and you don't focus on keeping up with other companies, if your eyes aren't always on other companies, what they're doing, how can I do that? And all those types of things. Or if you're not trying to keep up with other people, keep up with the Joneses and have that kind of car and have that kind of house and have those kind of things and do this and do that. If you're not doing that, you'll have more time to focus on the important things. Now, I'm not saying growing your business is not important. It's extremely important. It's the only way you're going to create generational wealth.
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A highlight from What is Evangelism?
"For like three years now to try to use some of this more advanced technology to Do sermons and things from so this is the maiden voyage for this Tablet so I have it on paper also in case Technology doesn't work the way it's supposed to Yeah as Pastor John mentioned first let me say thank you Pastor John and Mary and I here and thank you for this opportunity On that back table. There are just a bunch of free books that we bought brought to Bless you guys. There's also tracks back there If you have any questions about any of the books there's books on Probably one of the great little gems back there is called listen up. It's a little booklet on how to listen to sermons Hey John, I didn't see you come in a Lot of great things back there. So please avail yourself of those resources. I'm not taking any of it home And I don't want to those are to bless you guys so The the topic this weekend is We have an evangelism summit. So in this first session I'm gonna be talking about well, what is evangelism and and why do we evangelize? So for some of you guys these this will be you know some basic stuff for you hopefully there'll be something For you to take away that'll be helpful to you in Adam session He'll be talking about how and when we evangelize and then in a final session today. I'll be talking about What about results? trusting God and evangelism, so I'd like to start out if you have your Bibles with you Turn to Romans chapter 1 Romans chapter 1 We're just gonna read verses 16 and 17 and I'll pray again as we get started Romans chapter 1 verses 16 and 17 Paul under the inspiration the Holy Spirit Gives us the Word of God. He says for I am not ashamed of the gospel For it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes To the Jew first and also the Greek for in it. The righteousness of God is revealed from faith for faith as It is written the righteous Shall live by faith Let's pray together Heavenly Father. We do bless your name We thank you Lord God for the gospel the gospel that has redeemed Many of the souls in this room. We pray that the gospel would Be effectual for anyone in this room has not been redeemed yet that they would hear the gospel They would hear about your power to save and that they would have a desire to come to you a desire that only you can Put within them Lord God, but we know that it's Lord I pray for Myself today Lord that I would get out of the way of your word. I pray for my brother Adam Who's such a dear friend to my family that you would help us as we teach from your word? That you would bless these Saints and build them up Equip them Lord for the sharing of the gospel the good news of our Lord Jesus Pray that the things that we would say would be in accordance with your word and anything that We would say that was not would be disregarded please God be our help today in this time in Jesus name. Amen Okay, so so sometimes when you want to define Something or speak on a certain subject. There may be a lot of misconceptions or even false definitions of that subject So therefore, you know when you want to do something like that You have to point out the falsehoods about it and and address The wrong definitions of it. So the first thing we actually talk about today is is what evangelism is not Because there's a lot of things I think out there especially in the evangelical church world That are talked about as if they are evangelism, but they're not actually evangelism. Okay, so inviting people to church That might surprise some someone in here. I don't know I'm not that this is not to say that inviting people to church is a bad thing But for so long in the church world People have this idea that well, we have a pastor and so it's the pastor's job to evangelize. That's another misconception It's every Christians privilege to evangelize But inviting someone to church is not evangelism Although it's a good thing Things like you know, I I did evangelism on a university campus for many years and and still do and so there would be various You know free lemonade stands and free cookie stands and things like that and oftentimes these were Ministries that call themselves Christian ministries that were saying that was their form of evangelism. Just giving away free cookies No talk of Jesus. No literature about Jesus Not giving it away in the name of Jesus while that might be a nice kind, you know Merciful thing to do give someone a cookie. It wouldn't be merciful to give me cookies. I don't need cookies In case anybody, you know had any thoughts about that, but that's a nice thing, but it's not evangelism a really popular Evangelical teacher anybody in here ever heard of Rick Warren Rick Warren, he's got this book in the church. The Lord saved me and we used to call it the Bible light It's called the purpose -driven life Rick Warren got on national television several years ago around this time of year around Easter time and he told people They said if you could give people any message What message would you want the world to hear and he said well, I just tell people to give Jesus a try You know try them out for 40 days And if you don't like what you found then, you know, just throw them back kind of, you know But the Word of God says do not put the Lord to the test Jesus is not someone to be tested. He's someone to be worshipped and adored and followed after Another thing that sometimes gets Confused for evangelism is our personal testimony of our having been saved now Our testimony can be evangelism if it includes the gospel in it but have any of you guys ever heard like one of these testimonies where maybe the Lord saved somebody out of a really rough life and There was way more about sin and the way they were living and everything like that It was hardly really even mention of Jesus or his power or anything like that So if you're going to share your testimony with someone of how God saved you, that's a good thing If you've experienced the power of God for salvation in your life, just make sure that you include the gospel in it Sometimes I've heard testimonies that I wondered if it was actually a Christian testimony Because there was nothing about Jesus in it You know a a or na can turn somebody away from Problems in their life like alcohol and drugs, but it won't necessarily redeem their soul if it's got nothing of Jesus To it the Apostle Paul. I think is a great example. He had several opportunities as he was arrested and imprisoned to Share his testimony of what God did in changing his life In Acts 22 he says I Persecuted the way to death the early Christians were called followers of the way Jesus himself said I am the way the truth in the life Paul continued on he said when when God struck him down on the on the road to Damascus He heard a voice that said I'm Jesus of Nazareth who you are persecuting and then at the end of that Defense that he gives for his ministry. He says the God of our fathers Appointed you to know his will This is what God proclaimed to him to see the righteous one and hear a voice from his mouth for you'll be a witness for Him to every one of what you have seen and heard Okay, so Paul speaks of Jesus in his next defense He says that he speaks of the way again, and he says And it is with respect to this this resurrection of the dead that I'm on trial for you today Well, there weren't people not anybody was just running around claiming to be resurrected from the dead They knew he was speaking of Jesus when he said I'm on trial because I'm out preaching the resurrection from the dead in his third defense before King Agrippa Here's an interesting thing. He says that God made him a messenger to the Gentiles that they should repent and turn to God Performing deeds in keeping with their repentance and the very next verse. This is um 26 acts he says I went and told him to repent and turn to God and and continue repenting and Perform good works and keep her repentance and then he says verse 21 for this reason the Jews seized me in the temple and tried to kill me So he says I told him to repent and they tried to kill me Nowadays, there's a preacher probably a lot of you heard of Steve Lawson Excuse me, he said The problem with preachers today is nobody wants to kill them anymore You know, I mean nowadays if if someone's out preaching usually give a testimony Someone assaulted me or spit on me or maligned me a lot of times people, you know Even within the church will look at you like well, what did you do to bring that on? The Apostle Paul when he first was converted thank you, honey When he first was converted the first place he went and preached in they plotted to kill him and And his friends had to lower him in a basket down the wall a city to get out and escape More things that are not the gospel social work Social justice work or political involvement are not evangelism again. These things may complement evangelism, but they're not evangelism Unless there's the proclamation of the gospel Because evangelism the word comes from the evangel The UN galleon we're going to get to that in a minute even a pop Christian apologetics are not necessarily evangelism if they don't include the gospel anybody ever heard the There's a famous quote from a guy named st. Francis of Assisi. It's a preach the gospel if necessary use words Anybody ever heard that it's pretty famous quote. Well friends brothers sisters You can't preach the gospel without words It's impossible. The gospel is a spoken message about Who Jesus is and what he's done? lastly Another thing that is not evangelism is the results that you see from your evangelistic Efforts are not evangelism themselves one pastor said it this way quote. We don't fail in our evangelism If we faithfully tell the gospel to someone who is not converted we fail only if we don't faithfully tell the gospel at all Evangelism itself isn't converting people. It's telling them that they need to be converted and How they can be all right, so we spent a little time there on what what evangelism is Not now. Let's get to our subject. What is evangelism? All right Proverbs 11 30 says the fruit of the righteous is a tree of life and whoever captures souls is wise So I'm going to give you several Definitions of evangelism the word you are going to lead So is used 52 times in the New Testament and the literal meaning is to bring good news or to announce glad tidings specifically the glad tidings of the coming of the kingdom of God in salvation to be obtained in it through Jesus Christ and the things that relate to this salvation I Wouldn't recommend Google as an information source necessarily, but I decided I would Google Evangelism and I actually like their definition. It is the spreading of the Christian gospel by public preaching or personal witness. I Thought that's pretty good for for Google I wouldn't advocate that like getting much information from them the Baptist faith and message of 2000 I Actually really love their their definition of evangelism. It says this listen as carefully. It's really good It is the duty and privilege of every follower of Christ and of every church of the Lord Jesus Christ to endeavor to make disciples of all nation The new birth of a man's spirit by God's Holy Spirit means the birth of love for others We're going to get to that more later Missionary effort on the part of all rests thus upon the spiritual necessity of the Regenerate life and is expressly and repeatedly commanded in the teachings of Jesus The Lord Jesus Christ has commanded the preaching of the gospel to all nations It is the duty of every child of God to seek constantly to win the loss to Christ by verbal witness Undergirded by a Christian lifestyle and by other methods in harmony with the gospel of Christ. What do you guys think? I thought it was pretty good Pretty good. I really liked it Another definition I found is you can tell the gospel to someone by sharing these several simple truths one Let's always remember this the gospel begins with God and so evangelism should begin with God So the first thing we need to tell people is that God is holy. He's the holy creator of all the universe Especially when we're dealing with a culture now Which is a culture of non -offense a culture that's got like a God who's like a genie in the bottle You know, he's just there when I need something or he's there when I got a problem I rub the little genie bottle and Oh God help me now, but that's not who the God of Scripture is. He's a holy God He created all things he created you and me. The next thing we need to tell them is that they're sinners Who deserve God's righteous eternal wrath and there's nothing wrong with saying I was born in the same boat. You were in We were all born the Bible says in Ephesians 2 by nature children of wrath like the rest of mankind The next thing we need to tell them is after they've heard that God is holy and we're sinful They need to hear about one who wasn't sinful. It's Jesus who's fully God and fully man He lived a sinless life and he died on the cross to bear God's wrath in place of all who would believe in him and he rose from the grave in order to give his people eternal life and Lastly is that the only way to be saved from? Eternal punishment in hell is to be wrecked and be reconciled to God is to repent of your sin and Trust in the work of Jesus for your salvation So evangelism is just basically telling others this basic message All right, so that's what is evangelism probably sounds pretty simple I mean there's I've literally got probably 20 scripture references here that support the Bible Showing an evangelism as a spoken message that you can't preach the gospel without words So I'll list them off for you. If you're taking notes, you can write them down Romans chapter 10 verses 10 through 17 mark 16 15 Colossians 128 Colossians 4 2 through 4 a whole slew of them from Acts acts 2 14 3 11 through 26 chapter 4 verses 5 through 12 chapter 8 verses 4 through 8 chapter 10 verses 34 through 43 chapter 13 verses 16 through 52 on and on and on Ephesians 6 19 and 20 1st Corinthians 1 17 Ezekiel 3 17 through 20 The gospel is a spoken message therefore to to evangelize we must Open our mouths and speak Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the Word of Christ. And how will they hear without someone preaching to them or Proclaiming to them. All right, so That is what evangelism is and I and I want to say to I'm intending for There to be interaction So if you've got a question comment Anything like that, please don't don't be afraid or shy to raise it now next Why do we evangelize So I'm putting that question out there for y 'all And what and when I teach I'll just say this I tell my Sunday school class All the time when I ask a question and everybody just sits there looking at me. I say I'll wait So, why do we evangelize brethren John, Good so people will be saved Jason says because we're commanded to you. Yeah, there's not only one right answer to this question Thank You Hannah to glorify God Yeah for our sanctification Yeah, good all good answers anyone else have it have something they'd like to share Amen amen Praise the Lord you don't hear that in a lot of churches today be a doer of the word not a hearer only Deceiving James yourselves says right like if you're not a doer you're just to hear you're deceived Yeah, praise the Lord, I think those are all all great answers yeah, I would I would say first and foremost Right first Corinthians 10 31 whether you eat or drink or all that you do do for the glory of God So whether it's evangelism or anything else we do I would say the first and primary goal is to glorify God and we know that God is glorified through the proclamation of his Son Yeah, we're commanded to Amen, I mean we look at you know, Matthew and He says all authority in heaven on earth has been given to me therefore go and make disciples of all nations baptizing them in the name of the Father Son and Holy Spirit and A lot of times that gets chopped off there, but he actually says in teaching them to obey All the things I've commanded you right, so It's not just to not just to evangelize and leave them there but to make disciples and teach and train those Disciples in Luke he says it in Luke 24 He says that repentance for the forgiveness of sin shall be proclaimed in my name to all nations Acts chapter 1 verse 8 Jesus before he ascends After his resurrection.
"12.8" Discussed on Live From Studio 6B
"All right. More from Julie Kelly's reporting from yesterday, Judge Shutkin, uh, Mark Levin has a piece in Fox digital news about the grand jury system. We'll talk about that news and sports as well. Coming up on a Tuesday, we're back right after this. All right, 17 past the hour live from studio six beat Kyle Knappenberger vice president of Enviro Cleanze is going to join us in the next segment to talk about some of these wildfires and why, um, well, wildfire smoke is so dangerous obviously to our health. So we'll talk a little bit about that with him coming up. We'll do some news with Delgado, but let's start this segment. As we always do with doing some sports with the man in the, uh, what is that chartreuse tonight? I would say, or what is that? Slick Rick? Little purple, little house. There we go. Yeah, absolutely. There we go. Looking good. Got the sleeves rolled up. Of course, sports is brought to you by how do you like my individual free thinker shirt in mauve? Do you like this color? Folks want to know if you got your shoes match your shirt. Couple of people were asking in the chat or at least my shoes match my shirt. No, they don't match. You guys going to go get your nails done next. What are you doing? You be quiet, Delgado. Sports is brought to you by my pillow. Use our code LFS6B at checkout, and we appreciate when you do use it. Slick Rick, what's going on? All right, well, we'll get to some major league baseball scores to start off the evening for sports. We've got the Phillies over the Angels, 5-4, bottom sixth. Right now, look at the Yankees showing their winning ways, a little too late. Up 3-0 over the Tigers, middle of the seventh. Top of the sixth, Marlins lead the Rays 2-1. I know Delgado's a big Yankee fan. Hey, I'm just giving you a view. They fired the coach and the general manager? Not yet. The clock is ticking. I'll ask every day, yeah. All right, well, speaking of a troubled team, White Sox 1-0 over the Orioles, middle of the fifth. Top of the fourth, Nationals lead the Blue Jays 2-1. Astros over the Red Sox 2-1 as well, bottom four. Top five, no score. Rangers and Mets. Guardians over the Twins 1-0, bottom of the second. Padres lead the Cardinals 1-0 bottom of the second as well. Top of the first, no score. Brewers and Cubs just underway. Pirates and Royals bottom of the first, no score, just underway as well. Braves at the Rockies, Athletics at the Mariners. Reds take on the Giants out in Frisco and Diamonds in L.A. to take on the Dodgers. All those games between 8-40 and 10-10 first pitches. Get to a couple of quick stories here, Big D. Well, NASCAR blasted for blatantly illegal diversity internship program that excludes Whites. Warner taught Houston a Breitbart. NASCAR just keeps hitting home runs, huh? NASCAR is under fire for an internship program that excludes White people from applying. Trying to bow the knee. That's what they're trying to do. They're trying to bow the knee to say, hey, look at what we're doing. Yeah. Well, here we go. Looks like they may be breaking the law with this, Big D. The car racing organization's diversity internship program directly lists specific racial requirements for the applicants eligible to join the program, according to the criteria on the website. Under requirements, the website tells applicants that they must be a U.S. citizen or be eligible to work in the U.S. They must have at least reached their sophomore year in college. But those requirements are secondary, as the list also lays out racial requirements as its first bullet point. Applicants must be a member of one or more of the following races, ethnic minority classifications, Black or African-American, American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian, Latino or Hispanic, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, the Web page says. Not listed is Caucasian or White or even European. The racial requirements seem to be blatantly illegal, violation of Title 7 and the 1866 Civil Rights Act, according to David Bernstein, a professor at George Mason University's Antonin Scalia School of Law. Having a 100 percent quota for minorities for a position is illegal under a very generous view of what is allowed, Bernstein told The Daily Wire. The diversity internship is not only the program that NASCSP seems to be excluding white applicants from being eligible to join. The racing organization has similar racial stipulations for its pit crew development program, driver development program and supplier diversity program, all connected to its drive for diversity program. The eligibility section of each website lists the same racial minorities and excludes white people. In fact, the pit crew development program seems to go even further to exclude whites and notes that applicants who identify as two or more races are also eligible, but only if they identify with more than one of the above five races. Apparently a person who identifies as one of the approved five races is still ineligible if their second race is white. So that's not a good race to be running there, NASCSP is unbelievable. How about who can change the four tires the quickest and the best? How about that? What happened to that being the bar? Yep. Now you see what's going on, big D. And that's a wrap in sports. I'll give it back to Rick for news. I got a great one about Spain with a federal investigation over that World Cup kiss. We'll talk about that in my next sports. You know, I guess when when you think about the vice presidency, pretty, pretty high profile job, and you think about the press secretary, pretty high profile job, and you think about being a Supreme Court justice, pretty high profile job. I guess when the bar for those three is exactly the same as basically what you read, I guess we can't be surprised that NASCAR or anyone else is trying to do it as well, right? I don't know. Only thing surprising is they didn't just say a whites need not apply in actual writing. Why don't they just put that in there? Just make it official. It looks like they want to go the same route as Budweiser is what it looks like, big D. NASCAR is not doing themselves any justice with this news. Or any favors. Exactly. All right. Thanks. Look, Rick, we'll do some more sports. Sports is brought to you by my pillow. And Mike Lindell, of course, use our code LFS6B when you shop there. We appreciate a couple more days. Well, what's today? The twenty nine. So you got two more days to get your August shirt of the month, which is the one I was wearing last night. And then we'll have I'm going to put a poll up tomorrow on live from Studio6B.com. I'll let you pick what the September shirt of the month is going to be. I'm going to give you a couple of choices and let you pick. So a couple of new ones that are going to be in the running as well. So that'll be up tomorrow in the news section at live from Studio6B.com where it's free to sign up and be a member. So you should do that. Let's do some news. News is brought to you by early treatment meds, at least for the next week or so. Early treatment meds dot com 50 percent off while it lasts LFS6B will get you that on the. Someone sent me an email saying, hey, it didn't work. Remember, it only works on the early treatment pack. And I believe a couple other of the packs, it won't work on just straight ivermectin. If you're just buying that, it's not going to work on that. So you've got to use it to buy the pack. So what's going on, Rick Delgado? All right. Well, we're talking about the Trump case, 12.8 million documents of discovery have been shared with Trump for the January 6th case, according to prosecutors, as he faces four criminal charges in D.C. tied to his actions after losing the 2022 election. What was that number again? 12.8 million documents. Now, it's the reason I brought this up on Monday, U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkin set a trial date of March 4th, which you mentioned earlier, a date strongly objected to by Trump's legal team, which argued it would take some potentially more time to get familiar with the discovery and ensure the former president is adequately represented. A quarter of the 12.8 million documents are associated with Trump's campaign or political action committees that have supported it and transcripts from the grand jury testimony and accompanying exhibit to make up between five million of the documents and three million documents originated from the Secret Service. But Trump has had had access functionally to about two thirds of the total document. So I did some math here, Damon, and I know you love when I decide to do math. I mean, come on. You were the president. You know what all this is. And hey, by the way, we put on the top of the stack all the important stuff you to look at. How can you not be ready? Come on. Exactly. You know what happened. We're just going to prove it. All right. So if you take just a quote, because they said he's he's got access to roughly two thirds. So if you take one third of the what is a 12 point is we rounded and we're going for let's go. Let's go. Four point five million. Right. OK. All right. We'll go with four point five more than a third. But yes. Yeah. All right. All right. So you want me to round down for. Well, it's about four. It's about I mean, four, eight, twelve and four point. So it's a little over four million. Yeah. So four point two five million. How about that? Sure. Is that better for you? Yeah. All right. Let's do that. Now we're going to do that. We're going to take take the one divided by what are we doing? It's about one hundred and eighty eight days till the date. So OK, you ready for the number? These are how these are how many dogs are ready for the description on what the hell we're doing. But yes, these are the amount of documents his legal team would have to go through every single day just to get through one third of those documents. OK, drum roll. Twenty two thousand six hundred and six documents per day. His legal team would have to go through. They have to go through. They have to read. They have to understand and take notes on twenty two thousand six hundred and six documents per day, starting today till March 4th to make sure that they don't think you could even go through just doing this. No. Twenty two thousand. It's insane.
A highlight from SIM Swapping Scam Draining Banks Stealing Crypto (ANNUAL PSA: Efani ONLY 100% Protection! )
"It's time for the annual reminder of the terrifyingly simple way that any of us, at any time and in no time, can lose some or all of our crypto, and some or all of our money in our bank accounts, lose access to email, social media, important financial accounts, and much, much more. Back in December of 2020, when we first covered this crazy issue, it was ramping up, and when we covered the issue a second time in November of 2021, it had gotten way worse. And when we covered the issue a third time back in March of 2022, it had become one of the main risks to crypto investors like us. And now in August of 2023, it is completely out of control and everyone is at risk. Not just crypto investors, everyone with any sort of financial accounts, with value like bank accounts, traditional investment accounts, credit cards, debit cards, etc. We are all at risk of losing everything from scammers and hackers who specialize in what's known as SIM swapping or SIM hacking. And as hopeless as it may seem, there is one solution that can 100 % guarantee protection against SIM swaps that I have been using personally now for over three years to secure my cell phone and investments. Because otherwise nightmarish situations like these are on the rise. Check out this tweet from Bonds, a prominent member of the crypto and NFT community, on August 9th, just a few days ago. Today, I was SIM swapped for the second time in a week. Thankfully, my security is tight and I don't use SMS two -factor authentication nearly anywhere. I had all the correct settings and protection in my T -Mobile account, and yet the criminals were able to take my number over. Evidently, with the help of someone within T -Mobile, I will immediately be moving away after many years of being a customer. And I would suggest that anyone that cares about security leaves as well, as it's absolutely evident that these inside jobs will continue to happen. And the conversations that ensue from other people sharing similar experiences is absolutely insane. Someone else tweeted, Sorry to hear this. Sucks. Happened to my friend with AT &T. Also an inside job. And more prominent people in the community chimed in, tweeting, I was SIM swapped twice in a matter of four days with T -Mobile. I had all security measures set. I lost all my crypto and have been depressed since. People don't understand that all security measures do not matter when there are crooked employees doing this. They bypass everything. April 2017, I began my crypto journey. Now I'm on my journey to rebuild the 128 ETH that was stolen from me through a SIM swap attack. And someone responded, This 100%. It's critical folks understand that all protections and security measures in the world do nothing to prevent against a bad actor inside a telco simply porting your number. And these cases are only on the rise. Yes, they are rising exponentially. Even Major James Lowry, the author of the Bitcoin book called Soft War, about how Bitcoin is becoming a national security issue that was recently taken out of circulation by the Pentagon, got SIM swapped as well this week. In a LinkedIn post the other day, Lowry says, Both my cell phone service provider and Twitter X refused to grant the real me access to my phone number in my Twitter X account after an attacker SIM swapped me and then used SMS2FA to log in to my Twitter X account and change the phone number and email associated with the account. I was able to get my phone number back by physically verifying my identity at a local store, but I'm still having issues regaining access to my Twitter X account. If anyone has any tips about how to resolve this, please let me know. All of these accounts are all from just this week, and it's why we are going to explore the issue together in this fourth annual PSA video guide so we can protect our money, investments, crypto, wealth, and livelihoods at large because people have sadly been losing absolutely everything at alarming rates. I mean, why focus on increasing our income, investing our money, all to generate and maintain wealth over time without investing time and energy to make sure it's all safe and secure from hackers and scammers from every possible attack vector in the long term. As mentioned throughout this tweet thread, victims of SIM swaps had SIM protection on, had PIN codes for their SIM card, did not use SMS text message to factor authentication. They did every single thing that security experts advise us to do, but it's still not enough. We are still not safe at all when workers within the company who are able to bypass all those security measures are performing inside jobs. It's a risk that is happening in every single telecommunications company, T -Mobile, AT &T, Verizon. In fact, red alert, Verizon warns all iPhone and Android users over bank rating SIM attack. Your cash disappears in seconds. Hello, I'm Crypto Casey and in this video, we are going to explore what SIM swapping is, how it works, and the only guaranteed solution available to protect ourselves from SIM swapping that is super easy to use, affordable, and what I've been personally using to secure my cell phone and investments for the past three years called Afani. Let's hit it.
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Heat roll past Celtics 128-102, take 3-0 lead in Eastern Conference finals
"The Miami Heat cruise to a three O series lead in the Eastern Conference Finals after blowing out the Boston Celtics one 28 one O two at home in game three. Gabe Vincent paced the heat with a playoff career high 29 points on 11 of 14 shooting. My teammates tell me time and time again to come off the picker and be aggressive and then make reads from there. So when they're giving me that confidence and I see a couple go in, you know, I'll definitely continue to be aggressive. Boston stars Jayson Tatum and jaylen Brown were held to 14 and 12 points respectively. Miami can clinch its second NBA Finals birth in four seasons with a win in game four Tuesday. I'm geffen coolbaugh.
Celtics pull away, beat Hawks 128-120 for 4-2 series win
"The Celtics finally advanced to the second round by rallying past the hawks one 28 one 20. Boston trail before an 11 O run that included three straight three pointers. Jason Tatum hit one of the trays and capped the spurt with a dunk to put Boston ahead one 21 one 13 with two O 7 remaining. Just understand it was time. It was a back and forth game. They was hitting big shots. We was hitting big shots. And we could feel it. Everybody was locked in. Jaylen Brown led the Celtics with 32 points, while Tatum added 30. Al Horford provided ten points, grabbed 12 boards and hit a three pointer that put Boston ahead to stay. I'm Dave ferry.
KZG Ceremony Reopens For Public Contributions
"Kzg ceremony is now reopened for public contributions, more than 80,000 submissions were made during the first public contribution period from January 13th through March 13th. The period was then followed by a special contributions period where selected community members generated entropy through unique activities to prevent long wait times in the ceremony lobby public contributors must connect a wallet that has sent at least a 128 transactions before January 13th of 2023. Ceremony coordinator Carl beak says the requirement will be reduced once the lobby begins to clear up, contributors will be able to claim a pull app after the ceremony has concluded. The kz ceremony or trusted setup is an exercise that collects entropy from contributors and uses it to generate a final output known as a structured reference string, the structured reference string or SRS is used as part of the commitment scheme that is required for Proto dank sharding EIP four 8 four four, which is set to be implemented in the cancun upgrade.
Lakers hold off Jazz 128-117, earn play-in date with Wolves
"LeBron James made 8 three pointers and scored 36 points in the Lakers win over the jazz D'angelo Russell added 17 points and Anthony Davis had 16 the Lakers finish as the 7th seed in the Western Conference and a spot in the play in tournament where they will host the Timberwolves on Tuesday, while the jazz missed the playoffs for the first time in 7 years.
What Is Going on in the Banking System?
"With the second largest bank collapse in the United States, Silicon Valley bank, the largest bank to collapse in Washington mutual bank field, several years ago, and then some other bank failures in the wake of the collapse of Silicon Valley bank signature bank, for example, has now been taken over by regulators. There are other banks that are in trouble. And so we have both a policy question and a personal question and the policy question, of course, is what is going on in the banking system, the banking system has relied for a long time on having a small amount of reserves. And banks, of course, take in money from people like you and me. And then they lend that money out. So when you go into a bank, it's not flush with cash. It has some cash in reserve. Enough to typically satisfy depositors who want to make withdrawals, but if everybody wanted to make a withdrawal, the government, the bank wouldn't have the money. Now you can say, well, yeah, but banks are insured by the FDIC. But the problem here is that the FDIC doesn't have the money either. The FDIC has a relatively tiny reserve when you compare it to the vast volume of bank deposits across the country. I've got some numbers here, which are pretty eye opening. Well, here we go. This is the FDIC's deposit insurance fund. It has $128 billion in it. 128 billion is a lot of money, but what is the number to cover all deposits in U.S. banks? Well, that number runs into the trillions. So the FDIC can only address. It's almost like saying I've got the ability to stanch a flat occurring over here and a flood occurring over there, but if a flood breaks out all over the place, then that's not a whole lot we can. We can do.
Rescuers in Turkey pull 5 members of a family alive from rubble, 129 hours after earthquake
"Of adiyaman have recovered a woman from the rubble of a collapsed building, 128 hours, after the disastrous earthquake hit the country and Syria. Meaning murat is carried out by rescue workers on a stretcher, as other rescuers continue the search. Rescuers on Saturday have also pulled 5 members of a single-family the Aslan's alive from the wreckage of their home in the hard hit town of no dog in gaziantep province, 129 hours after the quake, they first extricated the mother and daughter from among the debris, later reaching the father, but he insisted that his other daughter and son be saved first.
"12.8" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"From Bloomberg world headquarters, I'm Charlie Pelé to Dow the S&P latines deck all declining we are at the lows of the session right now on the S&P 500 Index down 45 a decline there of 1.2%. The Dow is down 397 down 1.2% nez stack down 161, but that is composite indexed down one and a half percent. Ten year yield 4.15% for the two year yield right now, 4.64%, the November midterm elections are behind us, stocks are lower after results that fail to yield a Republican sweep. Jim Paulson is chief investment strategist at the luth old group. It seems to me that we're going to kind of be back the same place we were in the last two years. So I don't know if a lot's changed. It certainly has a lot of political ramifications, how the Republicans couldn't have done better in an environment of nasty, nasty economic anxieties and president with a very low approval rating it says something about the problem on that side of the party, I think, a little bit. And our post election coverage will continue right here on balance of power with David Weston. Walt Disney Company shares plunging, it is evaluating its costs and seeking, quote, meaningful efficiencies after reporting results that fell short of expectations, The Walt Disney Company now down by 12.8%. Again, we've got stocks lower across the board, crude oil is down 2.9% spot gold flat on the day now down 41 cents the ounce, Bitcoin and ongoing major story one we continue to monitor Bitcoin now plunging 10.2% to 16,818. Again recapping stocks lower S&P down now by 1.1%. I'm Charlie palette that is a Bloomberg business flash. This is ballot to power on
"12.8" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Carol master long with Tim stenner. Coming up, we're going to talk about this Bloomberg exclusive. It does feel like the M and a world which has been under a lot of pressure this year. He was like activities picking up. Yeah, CVS said to be in talks to buy Kano health. You know what? What? Is it picking up? It seems like it's picking up. It does, but you look at some of the numbers. It's just like still down. Yeah, well, we'll talk about this and why it's happening right now. And I'll just about Twitter and Elon, but. That's a good point. Does feel that? Yeah, it's a good point. Let's get over to Charlie palette because he's watching the markets. We have less than 90 minutes ago. And in a busy Friday too, yes, jobs report stocks selling off with that CVS report also interesting said to be an exclusive talks to buy Kano health. Right now we have got CBS shares plunging by 10.6%, kind of up by 5.4%, not the only big deal perhaps to talk about. Sources tell Bloomberg Brookdale senior living one of the biggest operators of senior living communities in the U.S. is exploring options, shares of Brookdale they are surging today up now by 17.7%. The focus so on the U.S. equity market steep losses lows of the day right now, the S&P on this jobs Friday down 109 a drop now of 2.9% that I was down 686 of decline there of 2.3% as stacked down 426 and dropped there of 3.85%, ten year yield 3.87%, the two year yield 4.29%. The catalyst for today's selling the jobs report, we have the Dow, the S&P and Ned stack all declining after the labor market stayed strong in September, non farm payrolls up by 263,000 in September, unemployment dropping to three and a half percent. Here's U.S. labor secretary Marty Walsh interviewed today on Bloomberg radio. I don't want people to lose their job, but we need to continue to bring down the flesh rate pressures that people have. Certainly what OPEC made a decision on this week to do was not helpful to us. The president was disappointed with disappointed his administration, but we need to continue to bring down those pressures. I mean, I think that I had a long conversation in my office today. I certainly don't want to see that employment number go up. I like to see people working. After earnings, Levi Strauss, now down by 11.5%, Advanced Micro Devices, rattling semiconductor stocks down now by 12.8%. I'm Charlie
"12.8" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Out and at Bloomberg quick take This is a Bloomberg business line From Bloomberg world headquarters I'm Charlie pell a big after the bell news out of Amazon as it delivers a 20 for one stock split Amazon buying back up to $10 billion of its stock Amazon shares surging after ours up now by 12.8% So again repeating the headline Amazon reporting a 20 for one stock split also buying back up to 10 billion of shares After our Amazon rallying by 12.8% that's a proposed stock split by the way subject to holder approval of the company's annual meeting set for May 25th Big move higher today for the Dow the S&P N that has stacked composite index So we had the S&P 500 Index surging the most since 2020 S&P up one O 7 to the gain of 2.6% that now up 653 up by 2% as a stack of 460 up by 3.6% Ten year yield 1.94% spot gold down 2.9% 1990 ounce West Texas enemy accrued plunged today after several days of big moves to the upside today WTI dropping 11% to one ten O 5 a barrel I'm Charlie palette That is a Bloomberg business flash Thank you so much for that update Charlie palette I want to get right back to Donny deutsch He's a host of on brand with Donny deutsch the podcast Donny great to have you back with us On your podcast you go everywhere Your guests have included Michael J. Fox Steve Madden former governor Chris Christie You do politics Michael Cohen One thing that I was thinking about when our planning call today is the public opinion polls of president Joe Biden which are not looking great right now according to RealClearPolitics 42.3% when it comes to job approval ratings So not the lowest in his presidency but just off of the lowest And it made me think of an article that editor in chief emeritus Matthew Winkler wrote Back for Bloomberg opinion in December And he took a different metrics about how the economy has been doing GDP profit growth S&P 500 performance non farm payrolls consumer credit and more And he came to the conclusion that America's economy improved more in Joe Biden's first 12 months than any president during the past 50 years notwithstanding the contrary media narrative contributing to dour public opinion From a branding perspective I wanted to get your take on this Because the unemployment rates sub 4% right now the American consumer is doing pretty well Yes inflation is really hot right now But why are the president's job approval ratings so low It's a great question And what's a lot when we talk on morning Joe all the time when MSNBC gets a lot we talk about their autonomic podcast Especially messaging I can give an argument sit here You just rattled off that the economy obviously say you know the last couple of weeks with Ukraine and obviously this is the little fear of inflation But as far as the first year roaring I think it's a couple of things I think Joe Biden himself does not come across as firmly in control He and Joe Biden is a good man and I support him for president but there's something in his delivery that he doesn't feel strong And I think that translates it's hard to see that in polls but I think it's partially his age shows and I don't mean to make an ageist comment saying when he comes across he doesn't know he's looked very firm and very in control with what's going on in Ukraine But up until this point particularly with the Afghanistan that really really hurt him And also the Democrats a lot of them the far progressive there's a lot of woke issues at a constantly discussed And I think that that comes up and hurts him Because most of the country is not living in a super woke universe if you will And so I think all those things contribute to it but I think most of it is the messenger himself I don't think he's come across inspirational And I think there's the substance and there's the sizzle and this sizzle has not been there All right so now I makes me wonder I go back to the Kennedy Nixon debate like take media out of the picture How much that for better or worse we're in media We're all in social linear you name it Different forms But if you take media out of the picture how might that impact political messaging and how we view political candidates Yeah I mean we'd have to go back to another universe you know And I know we can but what do you think about how much that is skewing we talk about it right Messaging how much it can be skewed for better or worse for wrong or right It's everything But the difference now is that the media used to be the media used to be newspapers and 6 o'clock People literally would get their news They get it from the morning newspaper and their 6 o'clock evening news and that was it And the big problem now in media is not the media itself is that everybody gets bespoke media and there's no accountability on social media and whereas they have the people in the world get their news from Facebook now And Facebook if I wanted to run an ad for bleach detergent I would have to go through more stringent regulations to get it on ABC or to get it on Bloomberg than I would have to get it to put it on Facebook or so many other places So the problem is not the proliferation of news itself.
"12.8" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Keep political interviews with Andy McDonald the labor MP This is 13 more conservative MPs of publicly called for the prime minister Boris Johnson to resign That's the politics but there are just so many earnings and Central Bank decisions to think about Let me bring you up to speed on the markets NASDAQ futures absolutely slumping after a disappointing set of earnings and the outlook in particular disappointed for Facebook So that's that features down 2.2% as a beef I find it in many futures down 9 tenths U.S. stock 50 futures also dropping four tenths of 1% Treasury so I really rally across the curve through the concern around growth as U.S. stock features slump U.S. yields at 1.76% are up by a basis point and at the Bank of England expected to hike the ECB expected to hold today watching the currency markets on the back of that the Euro right now trading at one 1295 dropping a tenth of 1% Okay let's get you up to speed on more of these earnings that are dropping across the terminal It is a big day again for the earnings story does a bank at the Danish lender sees 2022 net 22 net of about a hundred about 13 billion Danish kroner 13 to 15 billion The estimates have been for 12.8 so above the estimates and it seems like it's a beat Ford dancing of bank We also have earnings crossing from infinity and this is the semiconductor company It seems the second quarter segment result margins of about 22% So an increase in margins above the estimates of 20% first quarter revenue coming in at 3.16 billion that is a beat from the estimates total segment profit they're looking at €717 million for the first quarter That is also a beat and coming in above the estimates That is infinite Yeah absolutely Right Let's bring you up to speed now with the rest of the news this morning Here's Bloomberg's.
"12.8" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To touch base with doctor Gigi grand well senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins center for health security at Johns Hopkins get the latest on this new variant Let's help us get some context for this And how concerned we all need to be the first let's go to try to tell it and get a little more business flesh I thank you very much Paul swe Wall Street very concerned today the new virus variant sparking travel curbs fears of an economic shock S&P 500 Index was all when all was said and done in this holiday shortened session S&P had its worst day since February oil dropped below $70 a barrel let's begin with crude 68 32 right now down $10 the barrel down plunging 12.8% today on WTI Brent similar move down 11 three O 11.3% today on Brent 72 93 Bret of course the global benchmark Equity markets red across the screen today Black Friday but the S&P down one O 6 crop there of 2.3% will give you the why in a moment here with the Dow down 9 O 5 down 905 points worth repeating down two and a half percent As SmackDown 353 a drop there of 2.2% Ten year yield 1.48% West Texas enemy as I mentioned down 12.8% Gold right now unchanged 1788 beyond San gold Bitcoin plunged 8.2% 54,040 right now on Bitcoin Stocks dropped as a post Thanksgiving sell off spread across global markets amid growing fears and new coronavirus variant identified in South Africa could spark fresh outbreaks and scuttle of fragile economic recovery We've got more on the virus coming up for you in just a moment So was today's market reaction overdone That question earlier today for Julie Beale portfolio manager at Cain Anderson Rudnick I think it's hard to say right Because we don't have a lot of data and it's very possible that if this is a really severe variant and it starts to be able to evade vaccines that this actually sets us back quite a bit Shares in companies whose businesses got a boost during past COVID-19 flare ups rose today we saw zoom for example a 5.7% peloton interactive also up by 5.7% Recapping steep losses today's stocks tumbling on virus woes S&P down one O 6 a drop of 2.3% I'm Charlie tell it that Paul swe is a Bloomberg business flash.
"12.8" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bloomberg quick take He's a Bloomberg business lash From Bloomberg world headquarters I'm Charlie Pettit stocks are extending losses on virus lows the new virus variants sparking travel curbs and fears about the economic shock Oil for instance West Texas and immediate crew now down 12.8% That is a drop of $10 a barrel 68 33 right now on WTI Brent the global benchmark down 11.2% 73 O 5 right now on WTI Stocks dropping as a post Thanksgiving sell off spreads across global markets amid fears of a new coronavirus variant identified in South Africa and it could spark fresh outbreaks and scuttle a fragile economic recovery Right now we have got the S&P 500 Index down 100 points drop of 2.1% The Dow down 957 down 2.7% NASDAQ down 316 down by 2% Ten year yield 1.49% spot gold lower now by two tenths of 1% 1784 the Alps I mentioned crude worth repeating down now by 12.8% can not ignore the Russell 2000 down to four and a half percent and the stock's 600 index close 3.7% lower today Biggest drop since June of 2020 I'm Charlie pellet that is a Bloomberg business flash All right.
Tina Knowles Lights up Bey's Critics Over Wearing a Blood Diamond
"Let's jump to Beyoncé's mom. Isn't she a meme looking what a mean looking woman? She looks like Cruella de Vil. Like she should get the next movie. Forget Emma Stone. Let 15 anoles be Cruella de Vil. Nasty looking woman. So she's all men in there. She's all nasty and mad. At people who've turned against her daughter, you know, Beyoncé has a Tiffany campaign. There's a big controversy about whether or not the one she's wearing is a blood diamond. Many of these celebrities listen to me. I'm telling you, many of them have had blood diamonds. I'll tell you that story with my buddy was banging Naomi Campbell. She got one presented to her on a big plane, a big party. She put it in the hotel safe. They don't feel funny about it. They really don't. So Tina Knowles goes on Instagram and goes off on everybody. All you socially conscious activists who called out bay for wearing the famous 128 and a half carat Tiffany diamond, which is from a colonial mine in kimberley, South Africa. If you haven't heard, Beyoncé is the fourth woman to wear this big diamond. First black woman, so of course we got a big controversy. You know, it's a whole thing. Jay-Z's in the end. They look awful. I'm sorry, but Jay-Z's gotta get rid of the farina hair. He looks like a little rascal. It looks like I wish I had a watermelon. You gotta stop it. Get it all, it doesn't look, it's not becoming. I know the guy's smart and he's a businessman and I'm not trying to be racist. It looks awful and childish. Man's close to 50. So apparently Beyoncé didn't know there was a blood diamond. So the question was, was Beyoncé tricked by Tiffany into wearing it in the ad? You know, Beyoncé is saying she's pissing at the heads up. I don't believe in word
Beyoncé Wears Over 200 Carats of Diamonds in a New Tiffany Campaign
"The celebrity couple. Beyonce and Jay Z will start in a new campaign for Tiffany and company The luxury jeweler says it's about love campaign will showcase a new creative direction for the company and the 128 carat Tiffany Diamond will be worn in a campaign for the first time
"12.8" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Strikeforce and one could be forming in Chicago as well, Brown says. Gun trafficking is an issue in the city we started putting together these plans likely will be rolling out something in the coming days so that we can start The investigative process, both on tracing guns but focused on gun trafficking. That's the impact making consequences happened in the federal courts. One solution is also having local officials use $359 billion in Covid relief funds to help law enforcement fight the recent spike in gun violence. President Biden is heading to Philadelphia today to warn everyone their right to vote is under assault. He's expected to give a major speech. Urging people to fight voting restrictions in their state. Texas is trying to pass such a law, but Democrats just made a move to stop it more than 50 of them flew to Washington, D. C last night to wait out a special session. That means the Texas State House won't have enough members to continue when it reconvenes today. That has angered the Republican Texas governor, Greg Abbott, who says he may try to compel Democrats to return to Texas as soon as they come back in the state of Texas that will be arrested. They will be cabin inside the Texas capital until they get their job done. Republicans in Texas are pushing voting restrictions, one that would add new voter ID requirements and band drop boxes in 24 hour polling places. Warning labels are coming to the Johnson and Johnson coronavirus VACCINE News NATIONS Joe correspondent Joe Khalil has more. The FDA is looking into a possible link between the Johnson and Johnson vaccine and about 100 cases of glioma Beret disease. It's a disease that attacks the nervous system. But important to note it's Roughly 100 cases out of 12.8 million shot, so that is a very small, tiny fraction of a percent there. Nonetheless, Johnson and Johnson is going to have to go through an authorization now where the FDA may pull it. We've seen that happen before More families. Meanwhile, getting closure in Florida's condo collapse. Four victims recovered yesterday, bringing the number of dead to 94. 22 people are still missing. One of the victims recently identified with 77 year old Chicago native Richard Augustine. He lived in the Champlain Towers South and Surfside. Miami Dade Police recovered his body last Tuesday. But identified him this week. Covid cases are surging in parts of the US with low vaccination rates. Over the last seven days, there has been an average of more than 19,000 new cases each day. That's up nearly 50% from the previous week. Only seven states did not see an increase in cases. Hospitalizations are also on the rise, and experts fear there will soon be more deaths from Covid as well. More than 99% of recent deaths are among people who have not been vaccinated. Local animal shelter needs some help looking for long term foster homes after its ceiling caved in this weekend. We reported on this yesterday, No animals or people were injured, but the staff was forced to move all dogs out of the clinic. Now Anna Johnson, with one tail at a time says they're looking for help. Even if none of these particular dogs with their needs are a match for you, No. One's home. We have so many other dogs also looking for foster care. The ceiling collapsed cause concrete, water and other debris to spill into the kennel. The shelter says it will be out of commission while it makes repairs now, with WGN sports, Here's Dave Bennett. Baseball holds its annual Midsummer Party tonight, making a comeback after all one year hiatus. The All Star game will be played in Denver, but with a twist. The starting pitcher for the American League will also be It's D. H and leadoff man. Shohei Otani gets the assignment for the American League. The National League starters. Washington's Max Scherzer. White Sox have four representatives. The Cubs have to none in the starting lineups. Otani failed to make it past the first round in last night's home run Derby. It came down to the Mets Pete Alonso and Baltimore's Trey Mancini. Alonso wanted for the second straight time. Major League Baseball has pledged to give at least $100 million over 10 years. And out, raise another 50 million for the Players Alliance in a move towards more diversity in the game. Dunkin Keith is the latest longtime Blackhawk to move on. After 16 years with the Hawks, Keith had asked to be traded closer to his native western Canada. And the Hawks compliant, working out a deal to send keep the Edmonton the Blackhawks get young defenseman Caleb Jones in return, and team USA loses again in pre Olympic play. First the loss to Nigeria last night a 91 83 defeat to Australia. Dave..
"12.8" Discussed on WJR 760
"The down Great Lakes Bay Invitationals Pro Am. Booster or not to boost her with the details. WJR senior news analyst Marie Osborne Good Morning Marie and Good Morning Paul. Pfizer officials met with the Food and Drug Administration officials yesterday to discuss a request. For federal authorization of a third dose of its covid 19 vaccine. Now, Dr Fauci had said, it is possible that we will need that third booster shot US officials, though pressing Pfizer yesterday for more evidence of the need for that booster shot. After meeting with company representatives, officials said the decision would depend partly on data on infections and vaccinated people that cause serious disease or hospitalization. Dr Fauci saying after the meeting. This is just one piece of a much bigger puzzle, and it's one of the part of the data that they need to examine. So it's not a question. Of convincing a case one way or the other fighter says that booster shots would be needed within 12 months. Fighters doctor McHale doled Stone said last week that early data from the company's booster studies suggested people's antibody levels jump. 5 to 10 fold after a third dose compared to the second dose months earlier, so evidence that it believes that we may be needing that booster shot. Also important to note about 48% of the US population is fully vaccinated. And many after this meeting, said what people what experts should be working on and doctors should be working on is getting everybody vaccinated. Maybe not so much. That's argument about a third booster, but instead getting everybody vaccinated. There was one other important development yesterday, Paul that I do want to make sure we get in here. The U. S. Food and Drug Administration updated the label on Johnson and Johnson Coronavirus vaccine. To warn of a possible increase of a rare neurological complication known as G on beret syndrome. The FDA says it's not established that the vaccine was the cause of the syndrome, but noted an increase of these reports about 100. Preliminary reports of G in Berets syndrome were found after administering 12.8 million Vaccines. So that's one more thing. They're keeping their eye on, Paul Man. Oh, man, oh, man that Johnson and Johnson vaccine is snakebit from the beginning. Right back in April. They had to, uh, pause the release of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine because of a risk of a rare type of blood clotting complication, But they lifted it after a few days, or a few weeks of looking at that, and said that it was the risk was so low and The condition was treatable. But now this, so this is another thing that they're going to have to look at. And as you mentioned Marie Osborne, Representatives advisor meeting privately with senior U. S. Scientists and regulators yesterday to press their case for swift authorization of the Corona. Virus booster vaccines and if they were dealing with anyone other than the CDC, FDA or World health Organization of which we've lost confidence in because they've been so wrong throughout this virus. I'd feel a little better about it. I kind of go. I kind of go with the Pfizer scientists on this one with their knowledge and what they're coming up with saying that we might need a booster. You know it's interesting because I used the word. I used the flu vaccines and I use the word variants of the flu. But people told me no, no, no. Well, one person told me it's not variance of the flu. It's different strains of the flu. I'm dying to ask a doctor the difference between a variant and a strange because I don't really know. But I do know that we get a flu shot every year. I have a terrible feeling. We will be told we should probably have a coronavirus vaccine every year whether it's based on the same variant. Or strain or not, so I we just don't need as you said, Marie. We just don't need any more controversy on that. We, the American people believed For the longest time. That the CDC FDA in World Health Organization were in existence. Spending the billions of dollars we funded them with. To a prevent this kind of an outbreak, but be certainly know how to deal with it and handle it. We've been Well, our confidence has been shaken just a bit. Quick note here. Did you see the story where researchers have found another good thing about drinking coffee, and that's a good thing. Because here on the morning program, we all Love our coffee. Drinking coffee lowers risk of covid infection. Did you see that one? Oh, I did not. I did not. But boy, that sounds like good news. It's.
"12.8" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And I'm Karyn Moscow, and we're just about three hours away from the opening of us trading. Let's get you up to date on the news. You need to know at this hour. It's a setback in the battle against the pandemic. U. S. Regulators are adding a warning to Johnson and Johnson's vaccine after reports of a rare immune system disorder. Bigger details from Bloomberg's Riley Griffin. This is a incredibly rare condition, and the U. S. Food and Drug Administration revised the fact sheet for Jane J. Warren, vaccine providers and doctors of that disorder within 42 days of being administered the dose. We know that you should take into consideration the tingling feelings and legs and arms. Sometimes this point to muscle weakness or to paralysis, But typically, people with this syndrome ultimately recover. Bloomberg's Riley Griffin says the condition was reported in about 100 people out of 12.8 million Americans who have received J and J's vaccine. Meantime, U. S officials are telling fighter they see no need to authorize a booster shot for its vaccine, according to the New York Times. Senior scientists say more data is needed before a decision. At the same time, Israel has started giving third doses of Pfizer's vaccine. Those with compromised immune systems have actually news comes as covid cases start to rise again, and we get the very latest live with blueberries. Juanita Young. Good Morning, Renee to Good morning, Karen Daily infections across the country have surpassed 30,000 in the two of the past three days and here in New York City, the seven day average rate of positive tests roughly doubled in two weeks. As of Saturday. Now, New York's positivity rate is below the national level. But the trend line is concerning, given the possibility of variants spreading in pockets of the city or fewer residents are vaccinated. The city's health commissioner, says the spread of the delta variant could make this the most dangerous time to remain unvaccinated in New York. I'm we need a young Bloomberg daybreak. Alright, Anita, thanks turning to geopolitics now Looks like the U. S. Is taking aim at China on yet another front president. Biden will reportedly issue a warning to companies doing business overseas. We get more live from Bloomberg's John Tucker, John Nathan. The Financial Times says the White House will warn companies that if they do business in Hong Kong, any data there could be access by China but by the administration will also tell companies they could be subject to sanctions by Beijing under a new Chinese law, According to the F T. The decision is driven by the belief that companies are not taking the risk seriously enough. In New York. I'm John Tucker. Bloomberg Daybreak, John. Thank you, and a busy morning on Wall Street, coming up again. Earnings from Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase, Plus the June reading on consumer prices. Straight ahead. Your latest local headlines, plus a check of sports, and this is Bloomberg. 6 33 on Wall Street. Michael Barr is back with more on what else is going on in New York and around the world, Michael thank you very much. Nathan. President Joe Biden met with Democratic urban leaders, including New York Democratic mayoral nominee Eric.
"12.8" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"D, a adding a new warning to Johnson and Johnson Covid 19 vaccine For what they're calling a rare side effect. They're soon going to be adding that warning label to the co of the Johnson and Johnson Covid 19 vaccines about 100 100 people out of 12.8 million vaccinated developed a rare syndrome and you're largely neuro neurological condition. But that's something that with 100 people, even though it's not that many U. C. Johnson and Johnson, that's the one Katie Got it. Stokes more fears. Yeah, Yeah, we've had a, uh, apparently covid 19 kinda running amok in our building here now, Several people have come down with it. And I think all of them have been vaccinated at one time or another. So the message here is if you're vaccinated, it does not mean that you are totally immune to it. Yeah, you still got to be careful. Mel Gibson is trending because he appeared to salute President Trump former President Donald Trump as he arrived at UFC 2 64 on Saturday over the weekend. There was the fights over the weekend. And he appears to there's a picture of him saluting the president. And why is that controversial trending? I've got any time any something like any celebrity like that would either do something against President Trump or for him in favor of him. It's going to make some, uh some seriousness. It will make it It'll make big news. Well, anything they do. It's anti Trump that makes big news and mainstream media for sure. Pete Alonso trending these hometown Tampa kid for who plays for the Mets for winning his second straight back to back home run Derbies and the Lightning are training because of the Stanley Cup celebration and denting of the cup in Tampa Bay. YEP. And means sending the Cup up to Montreal. They were unable to win it, but now they're going to get it so they can fix it and send it back down here. This Denver Police story. Uh Found more than a dozen guns, 1000 rounds of ammunition and body armor just two blocks from where the All Star game is to be played. That will be a course field out in Denver. Um and Police say it could have become a Las Vegas style massacre, and police have arrested three males and one female. They haven't released the charges against them. No other information available without the arrest. But police executed a search warrant after they got a tip from a housekeeper at the hotel where the guns and ammo or stored and it's even more frightening because Vegas was one lunatic. This is a plot with multiple people, multiple conspirators involved which is really dangerous to know that many mentally ill people wanted to cause that much harm. Yeah, the quartet had two hotel rooms with balconies. Overlooking where the huge crowds would be leaving the park after the game, and one of the men that were arrested had made a post on his Facebook account. It said he would go out in a big way. And he would go out in a big way. And that sounds Like he was planning something and, um They had gotten 14 You wonder about this? They had 16 long guns. And how do you get those into a hotel without anybody noticing down and, uh The main lobby. Double bag. It's a hotel you put in a suitcase. Man, But I mean, these were long guns there. How long are we talking? We'll probably longer than any suitcase. I guess you could double them in a golf bag or bag or you have those big duffel bags. A lot of people carried when they go on vacation, So it wouldn't be that strange. If you walk into a hotel lobby with a full duffel bag, they just assume Close or whatever it may be for your vacation. Hotel maid is being hailed for her role in preventing what police say could have been a massacre there for the upcoming game, and she tipped off the cops after she found more than a dozen weapons and 1000 rounds of ammunition. At that hotel. She needs to be our thing. She needs to be honored as a hero. Don't do that, and to be honored at the game. We do not do enough when we hear those plots that are thwarted and those Tidbits of information. I mean, that could have been a disaster. If it wasn't for this one person she needs to be recognized for that at the game. No doubt about it. It's 6 29 on AM Tampa Bay.
North Miami Beach Building Deemed Unsafe, Evacuations Ordered
"Undergoing an audit of all high rise buildings over 40 years old after a building in Surfside collapsed. 22 people are confirmed dead 128 are missing. NPR's Liz Baker reports. Residents of the 156 unit Crest Few Towers condo were given just a couple hours to evacuate their North Miami Beach home. On Friday afternoon, officials received an engineering inspection report did it January of this year. That deemed the building structurally and electrically unsafe with the Surfside tragedy. Fresh on everyone's minds and a tropical storm on the way, city manager Arthur sorry the third called the Evacuation the right thing to do out of an abundance of caution. The report focused falling concrete. And we know that's a buzzword these days. So when we saw that in the report, we knew we had an impact immediately. Residents will not be able to return to the building until the kind of association can prove the building is structurally sound. Liz Baker. NPR NEWS Miami BEACH, Hurricane Elsa may reach Florida by Tuesday morning but is expected to weaken to a tropical storm. By
Tally of Missing in Condo Collapse Falls to 128 After Audit
"More bodies have been recovered from the ruins of a Miami area high rise condo including that of a fire fighters child the weather cooperated with searchers who found a handful more bodies including a small one that really hit home says county mayor Daniella Levine comma tragically one of those victims was the seven year old daughter of a city of Miami fire fighter audio courtesy of W. P. L. G. T. V. which is reporting the girl's father placed his jacket over her body and a flag on the Gurney while his colleague saluted out of respect the mayor also announced as difficult as it will be for those waiting for word of loved ones and those whose possessions are in the rubble the building will be demolished as soon as possible the building poses a threat to public health and safety meanwhile in nearby north Miami beach an older high rise condo has been evacuated out of safety concerns first responders are also monitoring the track of an approaching hurricane which could hinder their search efforts I'm Jackie Quinn
"12.8" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I'm ABC 15 meteorologist. I restore Maceio at 6 34. It is 84 degrees in El Mirage. To our eyes on the economy just in the Nick of time Governor Doug Ducey signed into law a $12.8 billion state budget for the fiscal year that starts today. It comes with the nearly $2 billion tax cut produce, He says. Education still got a boost. This budget increases funding for K 12 education and other important priorities for our state. But Democratic State lawmaker Kelly Butler believes it fails Arizona's Children We still have teacher pay that is among the lowest in the nation. We still have class sizes that are among the largest. We don't have enough mental health services. We don't have enough special add resources in our schools. Non violent and low level drug offenders in our state could soon have their sentences cut in half. But as with back with Americans for prosperity, Arizona says a deal to expand earned release credits is waiting for Governor Ducey signature and it has something for everyone. All ideologies can come together and say Our mission is really to help every person rise and reach their full potential and make sure that we're using taxpayer dollars the most effectively as we can as savings of $600 Million over 10. Years of imprisonment could pay for rehab. Job skills programs. The state Legislature nearly unanimously approved the bill coronavirus in Arizona to get the covid 19 vaccine. First Lady Jill Biden, making that plea in Phoenix yesterday, as she and second.
"12.8" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Here's what you need to know. Right now. Arizona senior Senator Kirsten Cinema met with President Biden yesterday to talk infrastructure. She also wrote an op ed in The Washington Post detailing why she will not vote to kill the 60 vote. Filibuster rule a key agenda item for Democrats happening today. Debate begins at the state Legislature as lawmakers are divided over the $12.8 billion budget plan. The deadline to pass a budget plan and The government shutdown is next Wednesday about 3500 people remain evacuated this morning in Pine Strawberry because of the nearly 33,000 Acre backbone fire. No homes have been lost. But the fire is about two miles from Strawberry. You're never more than 15 minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station to our news. As someone who's worked in politics for a while here in Arizona has been watching and commenting on politics in the state for a lot longer than I want. Admit, I've seen a lot of smart politicians policy smart people who, while even being able to vocalize why people should get behind their policy ideas went by the wayside because they weren't politically smart, at least not as politically smart as Kirsten Cinema is turning out to be and joining us this morning to talk about all this is Valley political consultant Emily Ryan. Emily, that Washington post opinion piece that she wrote, You know, she comes out against doing away with the 60 vote filibuster in the Senate, which is driving Democrats crazy, but she makes a great point. She's basically saying, Hey, if we do away with it now what it might get us now, which is this voting rights bill could be undone later on by the Republicans if they end up with the majority. Yes. Good morning. That's exactly right. I mean, Kirsten Cinema is a very smart woman, and she's making some really solid point. But you know, more importantly, I think is To what you said earlier. She's so so strategically focused that she's making these decisions where she can allow herself to vote as liberal and Democratic as she wants without completely alienating conservatives and, you know, really increase your chances of continuing to win her statewide races. And I've I've since this from Republicans. Your Republican Emily Ryan Valley political consultant talking with us this morning about Kirsten cinema. I've seen Republicans go from this. You know this grudging this begrudging respect to kind of liking her. Actually, at this point. Am I wrong? No, I think that you're absolutely right. I think part of it is, you know it's not as bad as they thought it was going to be, And I think the other part of it is it's funder. Watch the Democrats head pop off their next when she refuses to toe the party line and acts independently. Yeah, So what's your endgame here? Is it just simply getting reelected? Or is it you know she's planning to stick around for a long time? Or is there something else afoot here? Oh, I think it's all of it. I think it's getting reelected. I think she's going to be a state senator U S senator for a very long time. She's already been a state senator, and I think she most certainly has higher goals. You know, she's just from an early age. Just been an absolute rocket and and really accomplished a lot, and I'm sure she's not done. You know what I also find very interesting. I was talking about this out in the newsroom earlier. It's pride Month. She is the first Openly bisexual U. S senator. She doesn't ever lead with that, though she I mean, that's not where she puts her chin out in front. It's all about policy. It's about doing what's right for Arizona, and I think people um Really respect her for that, right? I think they do respect her for that. You know she's not hiding anything. Um, but she's making it about the work at hand and no distraction, and she just she likes to use the phrase laser focused, and I think she really is. You know, she's laser focused on what she's doing. But she's also she's book, Smart and street smart, and she is able to bob and weave and hold this office in a state where you know it's pretty tough to do with the where voters are split and having such a big group of independence. That's a tough thing to predict which way they'll fall, and she's doing a brilliant job and real quickly. How do you think that meeting went with Biden? Remember, he called her out not by name but called her out a couple of weeks ago, basically saying, You know, she's standing in the way of his progressive agenda. Um, yet he took a one on one meeting with her. Yeah, You know, I would expect I don't know how it went. But I would expect that Senator cinema was, uh, kind but firm and I'm sure Biden got a taste of what he's dealing with and you know she's not going to roll over just because she's getting pressure from the president yet. I'm sure she enjoys Audience with the president and being in that pivotal power role she's built for that. Yeah, boy, it sure appears that she's built for that. That's for sure. All right, Thanks a lot. Emily Ryan Valley political consultant talking us talking with us about Senator Kirsten Cinema who has been flexing a lot of muscle is laid in Washington 6 49, and it's time for.
"12.8" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Says were discovered, including one that had a 96% match to covert. 19 and lawmakers wanted to know if the Wuhan lab could have been using this bat Library of viruses to try to engineer one of them to be more dangerous and more contagious, something called gain of function research. The answer to that question is, yes, they could have we been talking about it here for a couple of months on Russell and Hunter. One person be treated for a gunshot wound in Minneapolis shot for fired at George Floyd's Square. This happened is Floyd families meeting with President Biden and President elect Harris. It's White House and one year anniversary of George Death State lawmakers today in Arizona, taking up a $12.8 billion budget proposal worked out by the governor. And Republican leaders. One of those Republican representatives, Jake Hoffman, he tells 5 50 Cave wise, James T. Harris, it's got its good points except the largest most significant tax cut in the history of Arizona. Flat tax that would give all Arizonans regardless of income, a tax cut. Sound sexy but often says he's wary of some of the spending, including money for universities in K through 12 schools. We'll see if they are able to get it done on Wall Street Today, the Dow dropped 81 at 34,003 14 sketch. Look at traffic Now on 5 50 K F Y I If you're driving out in the West Valley on the one No. One, there's a wreck on the transition from shall found one. Oh, one over the East bound 10. Lot of slow and go on the West side. Westbound 10 from 43rd Avenue out to 75th Avenue Entry wreck on 43rd Avenue and thunder birds. You can get around that by taking Belle Road and it crashed with entries on Seventh Avenue north of Broadway. Yes, Dolphin it There would be 19th Avenue. I believe, pal. Traffic by 50 k f Y I. This report is sponsored by the Buck Sexton Show Podcast. Hey there, it's Buck Sexton, host of the Buck Sexton Podcast found on the I Heart radio.
"12.8" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane
"All right. Let's see. I was going to do a Celtics one, but I'll avoid cuz I know you're going to throw me a Celtics on here in a minute. I lost it. Hold on. I'm going to find one. We really do appreciate you guys quite a few of these. So it was really really pretty cool. All right, so this is a little bit of a tweak on that other one home or was that big actually will do this one instead? Okay, because I think this one is fun. This is another one of those forty MERS and this one came from sorry. I should not closed it just yet at Casey Levine on Twitter. Okay, Cleveland, San Antonio, Oklahoma City in Sacramento Cleveland gets DeMar DeRozan and Jabari Parker, San Antonio gets Andre Drummond and Trevor Ariza the Thunder get Marvin Bagley and Nemanja B Lisa and the Kings get LaMarcus Aldridge. Mhm. I am going to have to find that one right now because I cannot picture that in my head. It's it's in your notes in mind. That's what it was. I was looking through three years. All right, find that one and then I'll be able to break that down a little bit. It's a it's a screenshot of the trade machine got it. Got it. Got it got there. It is give you my thoughts while you're pulling it up. Here it is. I think I kind of like it for the Cavs. I think the rosens an upgrade for the rest of the season especially as he's been playing kind of a small ball for roll for San Antonio. I like came over Drummond for them Jabari Parker. That doesn't matter. That's just thrown in a imagine to make the math work Spurs side of it. I don't hate it. Try out drumming for the rest of the year. See if anybody's got get the best out of him. It's probably going to be San Antonio. They've got enough guys that they can get by without DeRozan there is this year. I think he's probably done there any way a reason that doesn't do anything for them. They take a reason reason is my number one guy to be bought out in the Bayou Market don't think anybody's trading for him cuz no one's going to trade for 12.8 million hits bought out and he's probably got finished his career. My guess is with the Lakers is my guess I'd say he's coming home again for like what's I like the tenth time? He'll be a Laker the 10th. Oh, he's been a Laker what get Mark once? Well, I mean, he's from East he came in the trade with a with the best at least tried two different Arisa. He was in and then wasn't he there he was in 2009. He came in want to Championship with offers unless.
"12.8" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Minister of Singapore Hung sweet yet in conversation with a Bloomberg's house, Linda, Um and Mr Hung was talking about a number of things there. One of them, interestingly correlates to the announcement that the Lion City was going to dig deeper into the government's reserves as a way of of funding, more support to help households and businesses rebound. From the pandemic. This is the second year in a row that Singapore has torto has had to tap those reserves this year. 8.3 billion U S worth. Now he went on to say that we have not seen the full extent of the economic impact of the pandemic. Singapore, for example, is expecting tourism arrivals to remain weak all year and also went on to add that there is now a greater need for investment in major structural changes. All right, let's get caught up on where we are with respect to market action. Brian Curtis is in Hong Kong, Brian Yeah, he showed a little concern about inflation and also rising bond yields and rising bond yields. Doug, as you know, has been one of the big stories today. So in the next 60 seconds, I'm going to try to answer these questions. Is the bond selloff almost over what happens next in the stock market? Will investors by the dip give me one interesting stock story and give me two interesting data points, So let's start with Singapore. They did have their January non oil domestic exports. 12.8%. That's nothing to shake a stick at, so that's pretty interesting and Japanese exports accelerated in January. Exports up 6.4%. There was a big pickup from the 2% we saw in December, but it did miss the estimate of 6.8%. But Doug listen to this. Exports to China Rose 37, a half percent Year on year in January. Now onto that question about whether or not the worst of the long bond off sell off, maybe over well, one of our bond gurus on the markets live block West. Goodman says he thinks so. If trading patterns are anything to go by, the decline is reaching this sort of size that has proven to be a turning point in the past. We did see Long term Treasury yields jumping to a one year high 30 year yield up around 2.8% to 10 Year at about 1.30%. Now that interesting stock story shares of JD dot com in Hong Kong jumping No, you 4% On a week tape today, The Hang Seng Index is actually down about 1/10 of a percent J D file the listing application application for its logistics arm in Hong Kong. JD would retain control of the unit with a more than 50% stake. And the final question. Will investors by the dip? I think so. All right, that is look at markets. Let's get back over to Paul. And I'll handle straight ever do it, Baxter actually, and the global museum it What do you watch him today? All right, Paul. Brian just lost points you gain Thank you so much. I appreciate it. Australia's Victoria State to lift its five day lockdown. Hongkong's government has gone ahead with a loosening of some covert 19 restrictions. US. President Joe Biden says the U. S may break the goal of 100 million shots and 100 Days. California set up mass vaccination sites, but Governor Gavin Newsom says not enough doses. Hong Kong Okay. Sign Novak for emergency use, Bloomberg's Michelle Cortez says about 62% efficacy after a second shot. The wife of Kim Jong Ana resold. You has made her first public appearance in a year, joining him at a musical performance. Philippine authorities have evacuated dozens of people from areas near tall volcano increased seismic activities. May Amar Police have filed a new charge of violating covert restrictions against Aung San Souci could mean indefinite time detention and Donald Trump is lashed out of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, blaming him for GOP Senate laws calls him dour, sullen, unsmiling political hack. Who in San Francisco? I'm Ed Baxter. This is bloomer. Drive back to you guys. Brian already. I'll take it from here. Thanks said when I get to David affinity. Now he's Bloomberg Asia rates And if ex reporter keeping an eye on the markets of forests and David, we have Brian Talking there about what's going on on the bond market. Here in Australia, we got yield spiking as well. The 2 10 spread the widest sense 2014. And if we take a look at the yield on the 10 year on the state's 1 29 right now, pulling off a little Yes. Is that the question of the day? Actually on Bloomberg in live blogged half our Treasury yields going to rise. Yeah, I mean the key, and I think it's not just how far their wives think speed at which they rise. I think they grind higher. That's different. Collective eight could teach Spike I I think you're looking at 10 years on the Senate that technical basis No. They breached the march hive at 1 27. So there's not really a lot of resistance. They talk about 1.51 50. So I think you're sending a scope for them for sharp and wish to I think I think that because I think they have Langley will. I think next week, the house supposed to looking to vote on the Simmons plans, you could distinguish start coming back into the play. I think that will add to the refreshingly trades. And sold around. I think with a little technical resistance ahead, I think the years can push higher and I think if they do and that Sonny near term, there will be a published for the dollar. David, I'm I'm trying to understand just in terms of the price action that we've seen over the last few days. Whether any of the move up in yields terms of the AL goes, was connected to this rally that we have had in crude oil, which has since kind of cooled a bit. 17 essentially kind of because always, he was always spiking. It doesn't even add into this face and trade idea, and you think it's on Monday. There's limited liquidity because US holidays U. S markets on the holidays that doesn't help. In the mood, So I think some of that I don't think it's the only trade. I think this is moving higher. We're seeing people having toe by the hedge themselves. Inspect that They weren't They didn't interest you have to go as high as they have. So I think there's a vital factors alone, all leading to this. Fighting US yields. Well, we've been seeing a bit of a rise in the U. S dollar as well counted of what's been going on recently. We were hearing from the FBI here in Australia really is saying the dollar here would be 5% higher without it's easy monetary policies. So I do wonder we in an undeclared currency war right now. Well, I think, of course things on which currency you're referring to. I think the moment sitting near term this room for us off us, so your dollars per tire. But having said that I do think come sounds like how high do your show was going? How quickly If they do start to taper off famous. One state 1 31 50 rains and they just start going sideways. They have always seemed, as you think will be risk back on approach on that will favor Senate commodity currencies on other something currencies. I think Donna would lose in that scenario certainly turned down the field. I think it depends on which way it plays. And honestly, if they think in terms of central banks will be looking at the idea that C b a come out yesterday and said, Hey, we think they may start changing your target as early as August..
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