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"152 points" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Tune for me. Here it comes. The Bloomberg Market Minutes on 700 wlw. Good morning, Mr Bellenger. How are you, sir? I'm doing well, Mike, How are you? Happy Friday. Back at you. Markets yesterday were often better do believe. Yeah. More worries over the pace of economic growth weighed on stocks for the second session in a row. The Dow was down 152 points yesterday, the NASDAQ lost 38 points and the S and P 500 closed 21 points lower. We get the first half of the government's monthly inflation data today that could have an impact on the markets opening direction. Economists think we'll hear that The Producer Price Index, which tracks wholesale costs. Was up 6/10 percent in August about that. Adding to the caution airlines. Yeah, The nation's airlines really don't think the surprisingly strong summer travel season will be repeated in the fall. United American and Southwest Airlines all say the spread of the Covid 19 Delta variant is hurting their travel demand. Well, then Of all things a shower bench, recall. Yeah, you can be hurt by this. So it's rather important to recall issued for Ivana brand shower benches that were sold by Costco over the last three years. The Consumer Product Safety Commission says the benches can collapse during use about 70,000 of the benches were sold. 81 users have reported collapses. Four people have been hurt. Wow. Alright, Then Toyota has cut their production target Does this have to do with chips, chips and also the spread of the coronavirus in Southeast Asia? That's further disrupting Toyota's access to the semiconductors and other components. Toyota has lowered its production target for the current fiscal year by 300,000 vehicles. It now expects to build about nine million vehicles this year. All right. Hit us with the futures. All right. Looks like we could see a Friday turnaround. If the numbers hold S and P futures are up. 17 NASDAQ Futures are up 55 Now Futures are up 175 points this hour from Bloomberg. I'm Jeff Belanger on news radio 700 wlw..
"152 points" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Down dropped 152 points on the day closing at 34,879 S and P Lost 21. The NASDAQ fell 38. Sports at the half the NFL opening game tonight between the Buccaneers and Cowboys, the Bucks up 21 16 Red Sox. Well, they have the day off. They will be in Chicago tomorrow night to take on the White Sox. Dan Huff, WBZ Boston's news radio. It's nightside with Dan Ray on WBZ. Boston's news radio. Hello there, Dear Friends. Welcome back. This is Jordan filling in for Dan. Two more hours for me and Morgan White will be here tomorrow night and then, of course on Monday The man himself returns tonight Side and as you've been noting over the last couple of weeks at this time, which is what Dan refers to his halftime, we check in with our friends in the Polly's push campaign. And it's a really exciting opportunity to see where Polly is, and we'll explain for those of you who have not heard this before. What we're talking about. Kelly is joining us. Hi, Kelly. Hi, Jordan. How are you? Great to talk to you again. And for those who have not been following, let's have you just tell everybody who Polly is. And what the heck is doing and almost say where he is. Okay. After that salute, Lee, Sure. Happy to well. Paulie Veneto is a retired United flight attendant. And his goal is to honor and remember the flight attendants that were lost 20 years ago. Uh 9 11, and so he decided he was going to push an airline beverage cart. From Boston Logan Airport, and we left there on August 21st with a big push off celebration. And he is now just outside of the Bronx with 213 miles of the 220 miles that it takes to get the ground zero so that we will be going into the memorial on Saturday at 1 15. And he's got 31 people, including team Paulie and his family, who are lovely, um with him, and we're all allowed to go in. We have our own private handler and everything because They believe that Paulie's pushes such a an amazing epic journey because it's an untold story. Jordan. Um you know the flight attendants in the crew they were overlooked, and it was nobody's fault. Obviously, it was Very traumatic, chaotic time. And Paulie went into a tailspin shortly after 9 11 because he was supposed to be on flight 1 75. And of course, all his friends died hit the second tower. So now he's sober. And he's living proof of what you can do when you live a silver life and he is pushing this car. We're seven miles from ground zero right now. Yeah, it's it's more of an honor than it is a memorial to these people. It's honoring their lives and their dedication to their jobs. And I can't I can't imagine. Actually, I can because Uh, there's a gentleman. I know a little younger than I am who was supposed to be on one of those flights, and at the last minute, his boss said, I'll take this one off. I'll take the meeting in New York or whatever. So there's so many stories like that. And you wonder how how you go on after knowing that, But Paulie is is a valiant dude. And we were joking Last night, you and me both the beverage cart. What's anything in the beverage card? Uh, well, it's interesting people. People give donations and so forth and the most important thing which Polly cherishing Is a picture of it's like a poster of flight 1 75, and it's got all of his crew made on it with their head shots, and he brings that out. I mean, you see him stop on the street and Little Italy today. In the Bronx, and he'll stop and he'll pull that out, and he'll go through each one of his Crew mates and talk about them, You know, with such love and admiration, um it's really amazing. And then, of course, you know, the kids have given him signs, you know, and and go, you know. Go, Polly, go. God bless Polly. He has those in there. He's got any little gifts and pins and things that people have given him. He keeps in there, so it's It's pretty amazing. It's about £75.80 pounds. Yeah, no, Those things are bad enough to push them up and down the aisle in a plane tough enough to do. Hey, where Where is he from? Originally, Polly. He grew up in Milton, Mass. He lives currently in Braintree. But, yes, his hometown is Milton, and he's got eight siblings and with the exception of one brother, who is in Chicago. They're all here. Every one of them. They're all here in New York, and they're a big part of this team Poly, and they put together a great fundraiser that we had in chlorine hall back on August 14th. I mean it really involved and the love that the Veneto family has for one another. It's so inspirational, just like Paulie, you know, and I mean, they told me they told me Jordan when Polly was was a little kid they used to fight over who could sit next to him? Because he just had that. You know, wonderful. He had it, you know, and everybody wanted to be near Polly, and he still does. It's amazing. There is, uh, the website is loaded. Polly's push dot com The website is loaded with pictures and there's one Really great shot of him walking, uh, along the waterfront with a whole bevy of flight attendants with him, and, uh and that is a great picture. Do we know who those particular flight attendants are? From? What, um, group? Yeah, that that was. Those were mostly united flight attendants. Um and You know, some of them were around back in 2000 and one and others were a new united flight attendant. There were also some American Airlines. Flight attendants. Um, and it's just amazing. I mean, today we had some people were in the Bronx, and we had some flight attendants from Delta Drive all the way to the Bronx. From Fairfield, Connecticut, because they met him along the route a couple days ago. And they said, We want to come and see you and support you and walk with you. So everybody walks when he pushes And we're going to do that. Tomorrow. We're going to start at the Manhattan Bridge. Um and we're going to come right over and get the 42nd Street And then tomorrow, um you know, we'll go. Pretty much right down to ground zero. And then you know Saturday. I mean Saturday, is it? I mean, that's only two days away. It's very because I won't talk to you tomorrow night. Maybe I could get a little bit of a Preview. What happens on Saturday? Is there some kind of official Event that marks the end of the journey or what? Well what we're going to do in the morning. It's families only, um, the survivors. People who lost people bet, and I believe President Biden is going to be here as well. So then, um, it doesn't the memorial area that it doesn't open till three PM but because Polly Is recognized by the 9 11 directors and their team that this is something very special. They're gonna let us go in at 1 15 and, um, hopefully be able to bring the card in as well. And all 31 of us will go in with Polly. He'll get to the memorial. He lay his hands. On the names of his friends, and that will mark the end of the journey and very emotional and like Holly said today. Yeah, he said, I'm not done yet. You know, we had seven interviews today said I'm not done yet. Um I still have, you know, tomorrow and I've got to get their Saturday so it's going to be very moving. It'll be quite Solomon. Very, very important and very special. Indeed. Um well, you've been You've been great to join us, Uh, along the way, and I know you'll be speaking to Morgan White Jr tomorrow night, I guess right? Yes, that's right tomorrow night. Great. So we're all pushing it for him. Pardon the pun. And it's Polly. It's Polly's push P A u L i e s p. U s h dot com And, uh, you know, I hate to say it, But if if I'm a movie guy, if I'm if I'm a producer, and this is this is a story that needs to be told on screen And who could play Paulie? Let me see. I'm looking at him right now is a good looking dude. Somebody? Yes. He needs somebody with gravitas. You know, I would almost say Ben Kingsley, but he's a little too small because he's got the ball head. That's right. I think it's always could play himself. Actually, you know, I mean, he's just people asked me. Did you get him from Central casting? Because he's perfect? Actually, you're right. Is there in this? Assume there's been some filming along the way because this would make a great documentary. Yes. Yes, we, um yes, Ian Stoker long as a friend of ours, and he's you know, we found it can tell pictures. He's got some great video that and he's taken already and we are going to put in a put a documentary together. I think it's a great entry into Sundance. Absolutely. Absolutely. It's It's the kind of story that people need these days. Absolutely. That's right. That's right, Kelly. Uh, pleasure, and I'm thrilled. We got the chance to talk.
"152 points" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"B A P Forecast sunny this afternoon high 92 degrees dropping to below in the upper sixties clear skies Tonight. It is mostly sunny 91 at DFW Airport President Joe Biden moments ago happening Covid 19 vaccine requirements for federal workers and contractors as he aims to boost vaccinations and curb the surging delta. Vary it He's also instructing the Labor Department to make sure large corporations have their employees vaccinated or require weekly testing. Some of the biggest companies are already requiring this United Airlines Disney, Tyson's food and even Fox News. Biden signed a new executive order requiring vaccination for employees of the executive branch and contractors who do business with the federal government. The U. S Justice Department is suing Texas over its newly enacted abortion law. The law bans abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected, which can happen as early as six weeks into a pregnancy. U. S Attorney GENERAL Merrick Garland says the law is unconstitutional under Supreme Court precedent. Those precedents hold in the words of Planned Parenthood versus Casey. Regardless of whether exceptions are made for particular circumstances. A state may not prohibit any woman from making the ultimate decision to terminate her pregnancy before viability. Texas lawmakers who support the bill say it further protects the unborn. Texas business closing numbers on Wall Street, The Dow down 152 points NASDAQ Lost 38 the S and P 500 off by 21 again the low Tonight 67. It is 91 degrees from the W B A P News desk. I'm Eric Bushman. You're next update at five o'clock. 24 7 coverage of w b a p dot com Brought to you by train info dot com. Bring.
"152 points" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Heart radio box 31 Pinpoint whether sunny, hazy and hot today and tomorrow highs both days in the mid nineties 94 degrees right now a DEA President Biden is announcing sweeping new federal vaccine requirements affecting as many as 100 million Americans in an all out effort to increase covid 19 vaccinations and curb the surging Delta variant that's killing thousands each week in jeopardizing the nation's economic recovery. Expansive rules mandate that all employers with more than 100 workers require them to be vaccinated or test for the virus weekly affecting about 80 million Americans. Roughly 17 million workers at health facilities that receive federal, Medicare or Medicaid will also have to be fully vaccinated. The president is also signing an executive order to require vaccination for employees of the executive branch and Contractors who do business with the federal government, with no option to test out that covers several million more workers. Hundreds of Denver City employees are trying to opt out of the requirement to be vaccinated against Covid by September. 30th Lisa de Souza with Fox 31 has been tracking the data UN employees asking for exemptions for either medical or religious reasons. More than 400 public safety employees are trying to get an exemption here in Denver from that requirement to get the Covid 19 vaccine By the end of the month, nearly 200 of those employees are with the Denver Police Department, many of the others applying for exemptions or with the Denver Fire Department. And so far the city's approved 235 exemptions, denying eight the Biden administration taking the state of Texas to court over its new abortion law. U S Supreme Court recently declined to block implementation of the Texas law, which bans abortions. After six weeks of pregnancy is attorney General Merrick Garland. The act is clearly unconstitutional. Under longstanding Supreme Court precedent, It offers no exceptions for rape or incest. New jobless claims reaching a fresh pandemic era Lo senior analyst with bankrate dot com My Mark Hamrick says he really likes the look of this week's jobless claims report showing an overall decline of 35,000 that takes us down to the 300,000 level. 310,000 to be exact. And that's just about 100,000 above where we were before the pandemic began, he says. The real problem now is that there are a lot of job openings and not enough people who want to fill them. Some businesses are giving midyear pay raises to their current employees in an effort to keep them. Wall Street closed lower today, the Dow industrials lost 152 points. The S and P. 500 was down by 21, The NASDAQ off 38 Our next news update is at 2 30. I'm Susan Witkin on K Away. NewsRadio 8:50 a.m. At 94 1 F m Calling all sports fans I.
"152 points" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The Labor Department report. 850,000 jobs were added last month. Here's Ed Donahue. Bankrate dot com's Mark Cameron says This is above the average rate of job growth this year. So this suggests that we were playing catch up to some degree at the White House just days before the Fourth of July. Today's job news brought us Something else to celebrate. President Biden says wages went up to, he says the script is being flipped to set of workers competing with each other for jobs that are scarce. Employers are competing with each other to attract workers. The president also suggested his economic policies were intended to make it easier for workers to find higher paying jobs. Hiring in June was noticeably strong in restaurants, bars and hotels. Which collectively absorbed the brunt of the layoffs from the recession that has Ed Donahue reporting investors on Wall Street. Like the news, they took the Dow up. 152 points, breaking news at town hall dot com. More legal battles in the aftermath of George Floyd's Day, A coalition of Minnesota's largest law enforcement groups has sued the state to overturn a state law that changed the standard for justified use of deadly force by police. The lawsuit claims the law, which took effect in March, violates officers rights to self defense and unconstitutionally compels officers to forfeit their rights to refuse to testify against themselves in deadly force cases. Law underwent a major rewrite following George Floyd's death in the custody of four Minneapolis police officers last May. Let's Keith Peters reporting troopers in Arizona say a tractor trailer crash killed five people and Injured five others west of Phoenix. The crash took place on Interstate 10 Yesterday afternoon. A tractor trailer rear ended a car carrying five people and police say the crash split the car in half and cause it to burst into flames. More details at town hall dot com. Well,.
"152 points" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"Cuba before moving into the Gulf of Mexico and taking aim at Florida as a tropical storm early next week. In Surfside. There's concern this system may affect the stability of the collapsed condominium building and could hamper search efforts. Debbie Elliott NPR News European Union is considering legal action against Poland for violating LGBT rights. Bob Smith's has more Poland's ruling Nationalist Party has made anti gay policies a part of its governing platform. In March, it banned same sex couples from adopting Children. While more than 100, Polish towns have declared themselves LGBT free zones. European Union officials say they are considering legal action, which would challenge Poland to eliminate the zone. NPR's Rob Smith's Nation's trade deficit. The difference between what U. S companies send overseas in foreign firms ship the U. S Shores widened in May. Commerce Department announcing today the trade deficit was up 3.1% from April's figure to $71.2 billion. Government says the rise in exports was offset by an even bigger increase in imports. Stocks gained ground on Wall Street. Today the Dow was up 152 points to 7 34,086, the NASDAQ Rose 116 points. You're listening to NPR. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, says air filters can work to reduce exposure to airborne particles carrying the coronavirus and indoor environments. Remember Station W. A. B in Atlanta, Sam Whitehead has more in a new report from the agency. Looking at the effectiveness of air filters. In a simulated setting for the report, CDC researchers simulated a conference room with four people. One of whom had covid 19. They found the presence of tube portable high efficiency particular air or Pepe filters that met standards set by the Environmental Protection Agency. Reduced exposure to simulated airborne particles by 65% exposure was reduced by up to 90% when all participants were masked, researchers say. Portable HEPA filters can serve as an easy way to increase filtration of airborne particles in a room without modifying existing ventilation systems. The filters.
"152 points" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"This system may affect the stability of the collapsed condominium building and could hamper search efforts. Debbie Elliott. NPR NEWS The European Union is considering legal action against Poland for violating LGBT rights. Rob Smith's has more Poland's ruling Nationalist Party has made anti gay policies a part of its governing platform. In March, it banned same sex couples from adopting Children. While more than 100, Polish towns have declared themselves LGBT free zones. European Union officials say they are considering legal action, which would challenge Poland to eliminate the zone. NPR's Rob Smith's Nation's trade deficit. The difference between what U. S companies sent overseas and foreign firms ship the U. S Shores widened in May. Commerce Department announcing today the trade deficit was up 3.1% from April's figure to $71.2 billion. Government says the rise in exports was offset by an even bigger increase in imports. Stocks gained ground on Wall Street. Today the Dow was up 152 points to 7 34,086, the NASDAQ Rose 116 points. You're listening to NPR. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, says air filters can work to reduce exposure to airborne particles carrying the coronavirus in indoor environments. Remember Station W. A. B in Atlanta, Sam Whitehead has more in a new report from the agency. Looking at the effectiveness of air filters. In a simulated setting for the report, CDC researchers simulated a conference room with four people. One of whom had covid 19. They found the presence of tube portable high efficiency particular air or Pepe filters that met standards set by the Environmental Protection Agency. Reduced exposure to simulated airborne particles by 65% exposure was reduced by up to 90% when all participants were masked. Researchers say portable HEPA filters can serve as an easy way to increase filtration of airborne particles in a room without modifying existing ventilation systems. The filters work best, they say, when places close to a room's occupants as possible. For NPR News. I'm Sam Whitehead in Atlanta, calling it a model for other large scale emergency shelters at the US border. Biden administration officials toured the facility in California today. To house migrant Children or by Health and Human services Secretary Javier Becerra comes amid complaints about some facilities. The shelter houses nearly 1400 Children at the Los Angeles County Fairgrounds in the city of Pomona. By the administration faces increased pressure to address concerns. Migrant Children have been languishing an unlicensed shelters rather than being quickly were reunited with their families. Oil was down seven cents a barrel to 75 16 a barrel. I'm.
"152 points" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"All, but they'll take place on July 3rd the city announcing today the fireworks will take place Saturday night at 9 30. The display will be visible along the lakefront from Grand Avenue to 55th Street, Navy Pier announced last month it would not hold its annual Fourth of July fireworks. WLS news time 5 34. Taking a look at traffic Right now we have a real problem Developing on I 55 Colbun between read Road and Gardner Road closed into an accident. There's possibly six cars involved. In a crash one is a semi in the right ditch on its side. We are getting a report of a body in the roadway on I 55 North bound. You're also looking at delays due to this, um Crash on the southbound side on the Kennedy traffic is solid, inbound between Montrose and the Burn. 15 minute delays on the Edens. You're backed up and down between Cicero and Montrose delays running about 11 minutes there. On Lake Shore Drive. Traffic is stopped South found after Fullerton Parkway to Chicago Avenue 13 minute delays there and on the Dan Ryan in the express lanes. Traffic is stopped and go outbound between 51st Street and Marquette Road. Next traffic update in 15 minutes, It's mattress firm's Fourth of July sale for a limited time, save up to $500 on a king bed for a queen price on top aerated mattress brands like Seeley and Sleepy's Plus, Get free adjustable base with your $999 purchase. On Wall Street Today, the Dow closed up 152 points. NASDAQ Up 1 16, the S and P. 500 up 32 points. Get news on the hour and a half and when it breaks continuous coverage wls am dot.
"152 points" Discussed on KTRH
"From the scene before they crash. Their pickup along Gulf Pump Road. One was arrested, but three others are still on the run. We know that they fled on foot and in the woods. If they see somebody in the area of Gulf pump road exiting that area that appears that they've been running from the police. I suggest they give us a call. It's very hot out there going to be dirty. They're gonna be sweaty. Police are sifting through surveillance video trying to identify the remaining suspects. A new wastewater sampling shows the delta very of Covid 19 is spreading through Houston. The more contagious but less deadly strain has been detected in 15 of the city's 39 wastewater treatment plants as presence of the delta variant increases. Officials say the U K variant that was showing earlier this year is diminishing. A new report says the average tax refund this year is just over $2800 if you ever get it, the national taxpayer advocate says the I R s was dealing with a backlog of 35 million returns in May. Only about 70% of individual returns resulted in a refund this year. Ktrh news time 503 Wall Street posted records to close out a strong week. Now, if you look at today's numbers, here's ktrh Money Man Passion brought to you by DM auto leasing dot com Good evening. Wyatt Stocks Closing the day broadly higher. The Dow industrials finishing today up by 152 points, closing at 7 34,086 s and P 500 up 32.3 quarters of 1%. Ditto that for the NASDAQ Up by 116 points, that, by the way, a new Record closing high for the S and P and the NASDAQ Oil down just seven cents $75.16 a barrel gold by $6.20 an ounce $1783 And finally, for the week, the Dow industrials up 354 points or right at 1% with a check of your money from the Office of Heritage Asset Advisors. I'm Pat Shen for NewsRadio, 7 40 ktrh. Thanks. Pat Up Next, The Michael Barry show I'm Wyatt Goolsbee for NewsRadio. 7 40 ktrh. It's that time, time, time time, lock and load. Michael. Very show is on the air..
"152 points" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Who sided with Democrats in voting against them in committee. WLS news time. 5 33. Taking a look at traffic right now on I 80 at salad eastbound after Cicero Avenue to the tri state tollway 28 minutes, delays and on the tristate salad. Mhm between I 80 and I 80 94. You're looking at a 23 minute delay there and on the Eisenhower. It's a slow go outbound between Damon and Displays Avenue 32 minutes. Delayed their next traffic update in 15 minutes. Family gatherings, summer cookouts vacations. It's time to get back to the things we've missed by getting protected with a covid 19 vaccine. Do your part to find out more at coronavirus dot Illinois gov. On Wall Street. Today, the Dow closed down 152 points. NASDAQ Down 13, the S and P. 500 down seven. Get news on the hour and a half and when it breaks continuous coverage of wls am dot com I'm Kim Gordon 8 90 WLS news. It's estimated that one in four service women and one in 100 servicemen suffered some form of sexual assault while in the military. The road home program at Russian Chicago offers a two week treatment program for survivors. Of military sexual trauma, called the Intensive Outpatient program program is available right now, at no cost to veterans, all transportation, lodging and meals are absolutely free. To learn more visit road home program dot org. Road home program dot org or call them at 312942 83 87. That's 312942 vets a message from with no fees or minimums on checking and savings accounts. Banking with capital One is like the easiest decision in the history of decisions. Kind of like choosing Charles Barkley in a pickup game. We'll take Barkley, Pa. First pick. Sorry, kids. Yep. Even easier than that. And with our top rated app, you can bank anytime.
"152 points" Discussed on WJR 760
"To know if this was a lab leak if the disease from 2019 that some of the scientists had if that was indeed the first cases of Covid 19 that Senator Marsha Blackburn from Tennessee President Biden has given the U. S intelligence officials looking into the origins of Covid 19 the go ahead and they will report back to him on their findings in about three months. The U. S border regions continue to deal with groups of migrants crossing into the United States illegally in claiming asylum once they apprehended by the border Patrol foxes Griff Jenkins has more from Del Rio. Texas sector has 245 miles of River border Yesterday afternoon. It was quite a scene. They've seen it almost every afternoon 66 Venezuelan streaming across this river. They ranged in age from infants, toddlers and babies. To a 74 year old grandmother who struggle when she got to the currents. We went out yesterday exclusively with the Border Patrol chief here Austin scare Arrow and saw on four occasions migrants crossing in just a one hour period. They were Haitians. They were Cubans there from 29 different countries in the last seven days more than 5800 migrant crossings. That's Fox's Griff Jenkins and Del Rio. Texas Republicans have criticized the Biden administration's immigration policies, blaming those policies for a big surge in migrants and asylum seekers. At the border on Wall Street today, and the Dow was down 152 points the S and P was off. Eight..
"152 points" Discussed on KOMO
"It measures nearly 1700 Square miles. That's almost six times the size of New York City. Scientists expect Lee expected eventually to break apart Come on news time. 4 50. Now the Propel insurance Money updates ABC News Wall Street now Investors have ended a three day slide helped along by rising tech stocks. The NASDAQ closed nearly 1.8% higher on Thursday. The S and P finished up just over 1%. The Dow hit the closing bell just over half a percent higher at above 34,000. Also helping to boost the markets, the smallest number of first time unemployment claims since the start of the pandemic. 444,000 Americans filed for benefits last week. Ah lawsuit filed by Carlos Going against his former employer, Nissan Mitsubishi has backfired. Instead of the €15 million, the embattled ex CEO was seeking a Dutch court has ordered him to repay €5 million about $6 million in wages to the car companies. And Amazon is closing down its prime now platforms and directing users to the regular Amazon APP or website. Prime now was launched in 2014 as a way for prime members to get one or two hour delivery. Jim Brilliant ABC news or sinks a positive signs on Wall Street before the final opening bell of of Trading week. The Dow futures up 152 points that's just shy of a half a percent and the S and P and the NASDAQ or showing some similar mo mentum coming up after we check traffic and weather. I'm her wife's bomb with an easy way for parents to find safe, reliable and affordable. Used cars for their teen drivers. Homeowners time 4 50 Looking for a quick food break that won't break the bank. Don't Hey, guess what, You found it. You see it cheats, you could get two delicious snack wraps for just five bucks. No.
"152 points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Brown County authorities say the incident started at a restaurant in the Oneida Casino near Green Bay in the three people were shot inside the Radisson Hotel connected to the casino. Police then shot the suspect outside the hotel, killing him. No further details have been released about the victims or the gunman. It's the longest ever space mission by a crew aboard an American built spacecraft before astronauts landed safely in the Florida Gulf, right on schedule early this morning. It was also the first night landing of the U. S Space capsule since 1968. It was a record setting night for the Indiana Pacers and the Oklahoma City Thunder. Joel Stern has more. It was the best of times for the Pacers, a franchise record 152 points. But it was the worst of times for the thunder. There. 95 points meant they lost by 57 largest home loss. An MBA history. Pacers forward Domantas Sabonis, who the triple double in the first half when we were just out there having fun, you know, we didn't realize the score most of the time. You know, we're just they're running our place. You know, trying to be aggressive and good things will happen. He finishes with 26 points. 19 rebounds from 14 assists. Bases loaded by as many as 67 late in the fourth largest, leading the game in 25 seasons to weather systems with damaging winds and hail or predicted today in the mountain west in south central states. The National Weather Service says severe storms will hit communities along the front range of the Rocky Mountains, including Denver. The second system will produce violent weather with warm, humid air from the Gulf of Mexico. That system will travel up the Mississippi River, bringing strong winds and rain from New Orleans as far north as.
"152 points" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Things will be dicey for much of this week. Another storm coming out across the plains, and it could be producing some snow across Oklahoma and Northern Texas later on tonight, Tuesday night and then spreading eastward across Missouri, Arkansas, Northeastern Texas and northern Louisiana next game system that's gonna spread north eastward into the mid Atlantic on Thursday and bring potential first of heavy stone night. And then up into the northeastern part of the country Thursday night into Friday. Travel is treacherous across parts of Texas and in the country's midsection, while millions have been left without power, some because of rolling blackouts. Several tornadoes touched down last night in the south. Three people were killed when a twister cut a path across runs Way county and coastal North Carolina 10. Others were injured and there is widespread property damage. President Biden will be joining G seven leaders this week, the virtual meeting of the world's major economic powers. On Friday, the president will discuss the Corona virus pandemic and global vaccination distribution. In a departure from his predecessor, Mr Biden is expected to emphasize the need for a global response and to re commit the U. S to multilateral engagement. White House officials say the president also will address the economic challenges posed by China. Separately, Mr Biden will participate in the Munich Security Conference, a gathering of global leaders focused on defense. Red Clugston. Washington on Wall Street traders will be getting back to work this morning following the long holiday weekend futures pointing to a higher open, the Dow futures up 152 points. NASDAQ futures ahead. 41 S and P futures 13 points higher. More of these stories, town hall dot com. Excuse me. Why don't you have life insurance.
"152 points" Discussed on WTOP
"O P. Let's check out Wall Street's for right now. Let's check in with Jeff Kleber. The Dow is down 152 points. He hasn't P 500 Index is down 11 the NASDAQ's Down 15 money news in 10 Minutes on double duty will be sports at 15 and 45, powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red. Hello, George Wallace. Hello, Hillary. The nationals in Major League baseball releasing start times for this year's games. We're going back to normal folks. 705 Star Times for Nationals games this year coming up most weeknights, I should say, including the opener on April 1st. Sunday's had been 1 35. For years. They're gonna be 105 this year. The still no word yet on fans at Nationals Park, But that is the game times, by the way, if you haven't seen the schedule For the Nationals. Did you know the season ends October 1st through the third with a weekend syriza at home against the Red Sox? No kidding. I didn't even realize that okay? Yeah. Usually you see Division opponents? Yeah, yeah, And at least but that's the situation right there and Game times, mostly 705 this season, The Raptors will continue to play their home games in Tampa for the rest of the year. They committed to ST Petersburg for the first half of the season, but citing border restrictions and being quote unquote mindful of publics. Safety measures in Toronto. They will stay in Tampa for the remainder of the year. College basketball George Mason's game Saturday with a cane now been postponed. Duke's continue to be on pause, Mason finally playing game last night. They won by 32 points over Fordham. Sofia Kenan, losing in straight sets to kike unhappy at the Australian Opens, there will be a new champion on the women's side. Rafi on a doll, a winner on the men's society today towards Wallace, deputy of sport, right, George. Thanks the Senate is, you know, break right now in the impeachment trial. Ah, former President Trump will get you caught up on what has happened so far. Today in just minutes to 70 David arrested here. One of the things I love about betting on basketball is I'm always finding new player props or game from That I like. And what's cool about Fanjul sports book is you can combine these props with other beds from the same game to score and even bigger payout. It's called same game parlay bet and you can on Lee. Find them on Fanduel bet on the over under and the point spread at the same time right now, New and existing users can get up to $25 back each day..
"152 points" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Where Washington comes to talk news. Now this's a news alert for the final debate on Jack Callahan, Fox News President Trump and former vice President Biden squaring off for more than 90 minutes in Nashville. On the Corona virus, Healthcare and the national security, among other topics. President Trump asking about the emails suggesting Joe Biden was involved in his son's foreign business dealings. All of the e mails, the emails, the horrible e mails of the kind of money that you were raking in you and your family and your You will vice president when some of this was happening, and it should have never happened, and I think you owe an explanation to the American people. He'll Biden, insisting that neither he nor his son has done anything wrong every single time. Literary person when he was going through his impeachment testifying under oath to work for him, said I did my job impeccably. I carried out U. S policy has been a lot of time talking about the Corona virus pandemic. President Trump's days after he experienced Cove it vaccines are coming and the nation is beating the Corona virus. But Biden says science doesn't agree. He talks about where this is. Don't worry. All will be over soon. Come on, There's not another serious scientists in the world thinks it's going to be overseeing the president pushed back, saying Americans can't be afraid of the virus. 99% of people recover. We have to recover. We can't close up our nature moderator Kristen Welker said. 16,000 people have died of Cove It spends the candidates met in the first debate. The federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit that challenged in New Jersey's mailing ballots to every registered voter. The Trump campaign ensued. Charging that was inviting voter fraud. The judge called that speculative Wall Street higher on the news of progress and stimulus talks, but gained 152 points Thursday..
"152 points" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Trading accusation Sign Li Scylla, Sarah and tonight's final presidential debate. President Trump and former vice President Biden sparred over allegations of profiting from foreign countries got $3.5 million from Russia. And it came through Putin because he was very friendly with the former mayor of Moscow, and it was the mayor of Moscow's wife and you got $3.5 million. Your family got $3.5 million, and you know, someday you're gonna have to explain. Why did you get through to him? I never got any money from Russia resident, referring to allegations by and profited from his son's business. But the former vice president denies being involved in this sun hunters business dealings this whole question about whether or not because he was on the board. I later learned of a charisma. A company that somehow I had done something wrong. Yet every single solitary person when he was going through his impeachment, testifying under oath to work for him, said I did my job impeccably. I carried out U. S policy. It's who also battle over the handling of the pandemic, with Biden, saying the president has caused the loss of lives of thousands of Americans because he says he mishandled it. A federal charge has dismissed the lawsuit from President Trump's campaign that would have stopped New Jersey's mail in ballot program. Registered voters in New Jersey were mailed ballots ahead of November's election as Democratic governor Phil Murphy said there were too many concerns about the potential spread of covert with in person voting. President Trump's campaign had filed a lawsuit alleging the states Mail in ballot process could produce widespread voter fraud. And that it violated the constitution. But U S. District Judge Michael Shipp said no to that suit, writing that the Prague plane was based on what he called highly speculative fear. Fox's Jill NATO Wall Street At the close, the Dow gained 152 points. The NASDAQ.