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US reports 3,100 COVID-19 deaths in one day, surpassing previous record by 20 percent
"Signals are not good. The U. S recorded more than 3100 deaths from the virus on one day this week. That's more than the number of people killed on 9 11. It shatters the old record set in April, The number of Americans in the hospital with the coronavirus shattered a record two more than 100,000. The figure is more than doubled over the past month, and new cases per day are now topping to hunt. Dread 1000 health experts warn. The worst may be at two come in part because of the delayed effects from Thanksgiving when millions of Americans disregarded warnings to stay home. I'm
Holiday sales are expected to increase at least 3.6% this year
"On Tuesday the Dow hit 30,000 for the first time ever, and President Trump celebrated its and, most importantly, I want to congratulate the people of our country. Because there are no people like you. It's quite the comeback. The Dow was below 20,000 back in March, and the housing market is boon, which has increased home values for a lot of Americans. So, the National Retail Federation predicts overall holiday sales will rise between 3.6 to 5.2% this year. People aren't spending money at restaurants and not spending money on cruises and vacation. So So there is a lot of my people have been saving, so there is a lot of money in the economy again. I wouldn't want to be very thoughtful and respectful for those who don't have jobs because the pandemic, but that's not most people, Most people Are employed. They do have money and, frankly, the cop bored sitting around at home with nothing to do, and there, everyone set up with this pandemic, and they want to do something so people will go out and shop probably not to the levels of prior years. But they will shop at home to more than make up for it. So I've been bullish for months. I've said this holiday shop is no surprise with interested. I've been saying the same thing. Even better for months, I think will be at least 5% year over year gain in retail retail shopping, in fact what they said They were excluding restaurants and gasoline, automobiles and keep in mind is that you know that was up 8.5% in October 7.9% for the for the third quarter. So what They're actually saying in a way is going to slow down and I don't think it will. So I think we're going to see really high sales for this holiday season. It's not spread equally. People are not buying clothing. Let me tell you, you know, there is no point in dressed up with nowhere to go. So clothing stores in department stores have still been suffering during this period. But everyone else is doing great best by reporter fantastic numbers. On Tuesday, dicks sporting goods or defend had 20/20 percent. Comes. Botham seems yourself those are numbers. You just have never before they go astronomical sales for for there, so people are spending on on home. They're spending to exercise their spending Elektronik. They're spending on food. And they're sure spending big. You saw it target WalMart, Costco All these dollar stores. You know, they're a lot of winners. There also losers and I just want to mention the other big loser. Unfortunately, small mom and pop We don't have the technology to compete in an Internet enabled error, and so they have been going out of business in really, you know, Historically high numbers. That's very fat
Apple stock down 20 percent due to coronavirus outbreak
"Apple earlier today dipped into bear territory of stock down twenty percent since its recent peak on the outbreak impact on its supply chain as well as consumer demand in China apple's already warned the quarter won't be as good as originally thought and some Wall Street analysts have predicted that the next iPhone release in the fall will be likely delayed by at least a few weeks of possibly several months depending on the severity of the supply chain
A new study suggests 20 percent of Mass. adults will have ‘severe obesity’ by 2030
"Americans are losing the battle with obesity A. P.'s Shelley Adler reports a new study says nearly half of the nation's adults will be obese within a decade and one quarter will be severely so the findings published in the New England journal of medicine was led by scientists at Harvard and George Washington university's Dr Lawrence apple who was not involved in the study is a professor of medicine and nutrition researcher at Johns Hopkins this is very alarming statistic we already are you dealing with and tremendous challenge with the current population which is so many of whom are obese it's only gonna get worse obesity raises the risk of heart disease stroke diabetes cancer and other health problems apple says prevention is the key people to realize is that even though the statistics pertain to adults the genesis of the of the city epidemic starts very
Iran Has Capacity to Raise Uranium Enrichment Beyond 20 Percent, Official Says
"Iran says it started to inject centrifuges with uranium gas a spokesman for the country's atomic agency says they have the ability now to go beyond twenty percent in Richmond it was meant as a warning to the world to salvage the twenty fifteen nuclear deal with world powers and defense secretary mark as process I'm not surprised that Iran has announced that it's going to violate the J. CPO a they have been violating it they had violated the nuclear nonproliferation treaty for many years so it's no surprise that the a a ranger gonna pursue with the reins of always intended to pursue Ashburn parents conferring with his French
"20 percent" Discussed on Digiday Podcast
"Dinner, they and it's the most crowded crowded. A business in the world. I've always looked at differently and said, you know, it's really crowded, but it's really crowded with like a lot of commoditised stiff, you know, it's all everything's the same. How many summits this nat- or whatever. And so since even the the times when. When when when when I was at the Atlantic and we worked hard on the Aspen ideas festival, which was which became a very important thing. I think that the breakthrough original purposeful, large event platforms that can that do something that can do something for the world in a very different way and and play a role in society. Actually, I think there's, it's not a crowded market. And in the instance of the new economy forum, we, the insight was very simple, which is that in two thousand eighteen. If you want to go and learn about the future of the global economy, you probably are probably probably doesn't make a huge amount of sense to to go to the to the to the Alps in Switzerland in January when the so much of the global economy and all of the future of the global economy to a large extent is actually happening in a very different part of the world. If you just look at the trends, you know, we, we define the new economy countries. In China and India and the Middle East and Latin America, and Africa is sort of the east and the south. And if you look at all the trends in terms of future GDP growth globally, this numbers are staggering like between now and twenty fifty something like ninety percent of future GDP growth will come from these countries. Something like one hundred, ten percent of future demographic growth will come from these countries. In fact, you western Europe and America declining demographically in Africa's going to go from one billion to two billion Asia's going to go from four billion to five billion. And so you just have these inexorable trends that are shifting and you've seen it. And obviously the recent American politics have sort of have kind of accelerated the sort of the shift with America pulling back and putting up protectionist walls and China, you know, stay stepping up into the global stage and saying, we are going to be the, you know, the protectors of globalization, but what are the pillars of it? Because I. Think if you look at the Vos broadly, the western road has been about liberalism, and that is is both liberal democracy and freedom. And then also with that liberalism and in economy and trade and all these things are being called into question. I mean, China has a completely different model that they're using. A lot of people are looking to that and be like, hey, maybe we liked the liberalism when it comes to a lot of the capitalist stuff. We don't like it when it comes to politics. Well, this is I mean you put your you put your your finger on it. I mean, the we are at a historic moment of transition, right? It's a where between nineteen forty, five and arguably some say two thousand eight with a financial crash of cymbals eight, two thousand sixteen with the election of Trump. It's sort of that was the era of the America led global democratic liberal western order. What is emerging post two thousand sixteen or two thousand eight, but they wanna look at it is a a new. New competitive system that is emerging. A new global order is emerging that is actually built around China and some of the countries I mentioned, which you know that have whole set of different values..
"20 percent" Discussed on Digiday Podcast
"Does that change the calculus with the terminal and that I mean, I feel like Bloomberg was always about subscriptions, but the subscription was just a really, really high priced one. And that's why you know all of a sudden you saw all the things you see at first on on the terminal. So it seems like there's like two levels. There's the level of, okay, if you want to consume, you know, ten or eleven stories a month. You gotta pay to this level, but if you if you need to make, you know quick hair-trigger hair-trigger decisions on commodities. You like you need to, you need to pay for term. Yeah. Well, I think the first point is we, you know, the the news that appears on Bloomberg dot com from Bloomberg is a fraction of the news that Bloomberg news creates and puts onto the terminal. It's also a different type of news. The news that we put on on the. Website, which we charge for with with actually currently at ten article meter over a thirty day period. That news is also more of the general business news more. It's less the extremely narrow financial market moving content, which we segment for the terminal audience. Last thing I would say is that you news all a critical pillar of the terminal, sort of a subscriber experience is one of several pillars. The genius of the terminal is how it intermingled news data right handle it IX, you know, different types of tools, monitoring tools that an acting directing intriguing tools in front of you. So it's sort of it's the combination of those different capabilities with news injected in the middle, much of which is original is is what makes it different. So I want to get into the new economy forum on this is coming. It seems like it's like the the Bloomberg replacing. To Davos the I was going through the list of some of the early speakers. It was the MasterCard CEO and people who are royalty. Is that what this is about. Well, I mean, because this is a challenge time for for globalization, but to put it by only I mean all across the world. I think a lot of the promises of of a globalized world are being questioned by the by large segment of society. Not the people at the very top. They still love it. Yep, because they got all the rewards. Well. But there's the mob is knocking at the door so they don't love that now. But now listen to the new Konami for him is a project that actually we've been working on for almost four years analysis, since instance, if for four years and it's an interesting idea. I mean, I always say that the the events business is inches is funny because when you think about it, you mmediately the knee-jerk, almost like the colloquial joke is the events businesses. So crowded. Everyone could go to event every day. Then you go to vent twice a day. They go to breakfast, lunch.
"20 percent" Discussed on Digiday Podcast
"Org slash four brands now back to the episode, the other thing that you've done this year, that's a pretty big deal is a move into subscriptions. Now we talked before and you were a little skeptical about subscriptions in a lot of areas was this being done because of the challenges that the display were advertising world is facing. No. I mean, listen, I think tick tock or subscription business. Our new event sort of signature event brand called the new Konami platform economy form, which I'll talk about our new commercial model. All of these four things, these four major innovations. I would argue that we've rolled out this year. All of them were designed in twenty four months ago who in anticipation of a decline in digital advertising revenues per particularly traditional display digital advertising. I mean, so I think we saw the writing on the wall. We could no longer count on digital advertising to kind of bail us out every year visa, especially with the declining traditional attritional platforms. And that had been the game that had been the game play that was for for many publishers for a long time. Two years ago, we didn't like the way the numbers were looking or we didn't. We'd do certain. The strength of the platforms and space, and so we began thinking, okay, well, how are we going to build new businesses that actually can make us much less reliant on digital advertising and so tick tock came out of this video social, global news platform. The subscription business came out of this because I think a couple things happened one. I mean, it's very clear the last five years, maybe even more that consumer behavior on around subscription payment for quality content has shifted. What I've said to you in the past is, you know, it's a misnomer that that subscriptions are kind of an all all around success story for media. They're her for digital media. They're not. I think it's, I think it's it's the rare exception of the company that can pull this off. So why can why can Weiner people Bloomberg Ken? I think there's two categories of publishers that can pull off subscription models. One is. The the very, very outlier, super premium quality brand. The New York Times comes to mind is the example of this that we're, it's sort of the newspaper of record and the and the and the quality of the depth of journalism is so strong that it is kind of a must read for for those reasons. I think Washington Post falls in that category as well. The trails off very quickly in the general interest newspaper space after that, you don't see a lot of examples of other success successful subscription models of general interest, but where you see a whole slew of opportunity and then digitally, I think noses, probably your cells with some of your experiments is that when you move into the professional space is the b. space and whether it's pro Sumer like the Wall Street Journal or the financial times the economist, which all transitioned very healthily from print to digital subscriptions. And Bloomberg is exactly in that category that's in the pro Soumare category. I mean, how many of these people paying you? Are you. Corporate credit cards. We think most, you know, we think most and I think you know, we, we looked at the, you know, the Wall Street Journal, the economist and the financial times subscription market. It's hard to kind of to to to dealing prince obstructions from digital subscriptions just from the outside numbers. But generally speaking, the total subs consumer subs market between three of our most direct competitive brands is one point five billion dollars, right? So here we were Bloomberg and Bloomberg dot com producing arguably more content on a daily basis because of the scale of our newsroom, even though we don't, we limit a big portion of our content as the terminal, even the portion that we put on the web is still greater than all all of our competitors in the business space. And of course the quality of our content is phenomenal. And its bid serves a professional need, which people need it for their work. People needed to do their jobs. And so as you say. Say the corporate credit card, his usually used and that is a much more successful strategy..
"20 percent" Discussed on Digiday Podcast
"But when we designed tick tock, we didn't call it Bloomberg TV on social, we call it tick tock by Bloomberg because it was an entirely different product proposition with entirely different target audience, sort of notion or idea or strategy the the idea behind Tik tok was that in the world of social media and Twitter in particular, which would become, you know, rapidly become what I call the largest news organization on the planet. There was not necessarily a kind of a filter or curator of high quality video news on what is the density, the largest news platform on the planet you're getting, you know, sust nip, it's from traditional players that actually weren't allowed to because of their traditional models to really go deep on. A Twitter, you're getting all sorts of glowing common denominator bottom feeder content that we all know which is just click bait that is not really necessarily useful for the target on his. We care we care about. And so showing the weird product, Emma that is on no, not no, not not in our plans and, and so we felt that there's this there isn't, we believe strongly visit. There's a next generation of professionals of business people not just finance. People actually brought more broadly defined business people who are getting their news on Twitter and who are getting their news on social platforms, but who are not actually being served quality, independent, intelligent. Unbiased as much as we possibly can consider construction. It. But very native short-form to the platform type of content. And so so we created tick tock in order to to meet that consumer demand, which we thought was very, very strong. And it leveraged the fact that we had a global television operation. We have bureaus in one hundred fifty plus countries we have in each of those bureaus. We've got studios. We've got cameras infrastructure, so, and so that's a and that's that's I think, strategically a really relevant thing that it's hard launch a global Tele global video news network of high quality and how how does how does one do it on social media? What you in our case? Bloomberg's, one of the few organizations on the plant that can do it because of our existing assets and our existing footprint. So it's racked up big numbers of us, but a lot of people have racked up big numbers of us before is it profitable operation is it was it will be profitable. Its first in actually its first year, which is something we've. Not really talked about before, but because I think one, the advertising demand has been tremendous. I think that the proposition of reaching this really, really attractive demographic of rising millennials in launch advert. I mean, you can get launch advertisers, but then like the renewal is of course no, you, you're, you know, all the tricks know that. I mean, the launch advertising was was it was part of it, but we've been actually selling the equivalent of spot advertising tick tock for for a long time now. So you know, but it it also we've talked about this before. Yeah, the. The partnership with Twitter has been has been remarkable because I, we've found that in publishers dealings with platforms, you know, getting in line and taking a number and being stuck into the kind of the the, the, the, the, the, the pre designed kind of box of cookie cutter box of. Here's the deal that I'm gonna give you, which I've given to five thousand publishers is not really hasn't really worked for us and is not a way to make money or to be able to invest in a new media business. What Twitter allowed us to do, which is why we've called Twitter sort of the the.
"20 percent" Discussed on Digiday Podcast
"Is that despite the fact that you know, let's say half three out of the six platforms that we operate in those being radio, television and print are on the kind of traditional side and facing much steeper consumer and business and commercial decline. Realities. We also have three platforms in the new media world in our digital platform. Obviously, they just mentioned and our new social platforms, social video platform called tick tock. And Thirdly, and this is what's I always crack up. When I add in this platform into the modern new fast, growing platforms are events platform, which is, of course the oldest form of media. But actually, you know, I would argue today maybe the fastest plant growing for me to even faster than than video socialness form of media. Yeah. I mean, the Greeks were just basically putting on events. It's true and and just to see the demand for events, I think is just been been remarkable digitize. I hope they continue every day. I hope it continues to do, but you're expecting double digit revenue growth? Yes, and double digit. The fifty joke that we talked about before we went live was double digit means like ten ninety nine point, eight percent. Yeah. Usually if it's like nearly twenty percent assume it's like fifteen point one more likely thirteen point. Six. Yeah. No, I think what's what we're we're projecting this year is between fifteen and twenty percent growth, and probably at the higher end of that depending on how the fourth quarter pans out. But our pacing would indicate that I think where's that coming from? I mean, display still an extremely challenged. It's been commoditised obviously you're doing a ton more in video. Well, I mean, I guess what I would say just to kind of to punctuate the growth because I know there's a lot of numbers thrown around and everyone's sort of selling their book. So. So to speak. But that that fifteen to twenty percent of growth that were that we're looking at realizing is incorporates obviously, you know, the natural declines pressures that we're seeing in our traditional platforms. And so it's actually a kind of a much larger growth story if you if you if you take those out what we did, I think about two to basically since I've been a Bloomberg, we've built this remarkable team of people from inside and outside Bloomberg and our first step was to digitize a business regressive -ly which we've done. Our second step was to really globalize the business really aggressively which we've done and and that took that was during the first couple of years of of our of our of our time there. And then the last two years have been very intentional efforts at at at inventing our way forward into high. Growth, scalable markets. I mean, I think so. We basically can't just constantly plan defense we talked. We talked about this before a lot of medium, particularly when you have challenged assets, you're gonna inevitably all your meetings, all your focus. All your time is going to be shoring up those assets that are that are under that. But the other way of thinking about it, which I think we've talked about too, but which I think is really interesting is that everyone is talked about diversification of revenue streams as the key to finding sustainable business model. So everyone goes all the way down the line from their traditional sources to digital to subscriptions to events to ecommerce to, and they're looking for everything they possibly can. But yet one of the greatest forms of relatives I vacation is actually the creation of a new business that is in the jet stream of consumer behavior and the jet stream of commercial interest. Right? And so it's actually, it's, it's, it's not. It's not cutting up your existing business in. Two new revenue streams. It's inventing a new adjacent business that is actually that is that is has deep connections to the core business that leverages your brand strength that leverages your talent, your capabilities, your audiences, your modernization abilities, but actually is a different business. And and that's something like tick tock and took a perfect example of that is tick. Tock nachos, Bloomberg TV as expressed in a platform world. Well, because Bloomberg TV, you know, has its own expression in a platform world which it has a very strong social presence in itself..
"20 percent" Discussed on Digiday Podcast
"Or changing hands or on an investment, you have to have very, very down procedures and standards for how does something like this come to your level before it goes out. You know, we, I mean, this is a giant story that took a long time. This wasn't just a quick break that that goes up on the terminal. This story took a year. We have seventeen sources that we spoke with across many of the different actors and players in the story. There have been layer of layer of editorial oversight working with the two investigative journalists have been working on for a year, and we practice journalists. I think you know, in in quite a an independent manner where the business side is actually walled off from the content and walled off from from from the editor oral process, which is completely right. So a store like this actually will live in the editor realm until it's until his close to publication of the story that has some significant cut a global ramifications and and other issues tied to it, it will be it will be reviewed by the. Bye. Bye. Bye management and other parts of the just as more of a process of perspective, but not from detoro perspective. The editorial is totally independent. Okay, so wanna get into. We're into the fourth quarter. Now, fourth quarter is everyone's favorite time in media going to be a good year. He never liked to talk about a year before the quarters, the year's over Leslie. This point. It is. Yes. I was just looking at our final September revenue numbers while we're the knocked-over. They're looking strong a, you know, we would. Bloomberg media is a very large global multi-platform business and financial media company. You know, we interestingly, we we, we are one of the few if not the only global media company in our space that actually operates across six different platforms, combination of traditional media platforms that a good or a platforms. We see it as a critical advantage. We see it as a critical differentiator both on the consumer front in terms of being able to surround your target audience at various times during their media consumption sort of daily habits, you know? So if you listen to radio in the morning, when you're driving into work, you'll click on the website at work and watch video at lunch and go maybe this into a podcast on the.
Apple to make 20 percent fewer new model iPhones this year
"Bloomberg radio us special forces soldier was killed today four others wounded in western somalia the new york times reports these are the first us combat casualties publicized in africa since last october's deadly ambush jair global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries thanks nathan now with our other top stories i'm abigail widow lloyd's is sold its remaining three point three percents stake in standard leith aberdeen for four hundred sixty two million dollars booth companies had been locked in arbitration over a large asset management mandate african merged with standard life last year with plans to create a one trillion dollar money manager lloyd's derail that plan by withdrawing one hundred and forty six billion dollars from the firm it says the merger created a competitor to its own insurance unit there may be fewer iphones on the market this year bloomberg's gina cervetti tells us why there's a report that the technology giant has warned its supply chain of a drop in new iphone component orders bloomberg has learned that apple expects total iphone shipments this year to be eighty million a steep decline from the one hundred million that apple had planned for the same time last year the report also says apple is rather conservative when it comes to ordering parts but apple's sprawling supply chain is made up of hundreds of companies and experts say can be tough to get an overall picture of demand from speaking to individual firms gina cervetti bloomberg radio switzerland has ordered credit suisse and over currency trading data it's a competition watchdogs regulators they're probing potential collision fx markets between eight banks the court rejected credit suisse's argument that giving up data violates a rule against selfincrimination general electric shareholders can breathe a little easier at least for now we get details from bloomberg's karen moskow ge's declared a twelve cent dividend holding the payout steady for another quarter despite growing concerns over its sustainability the decision offers a little comfort to investors still reeling from a slump that has wiped out one hundred twenty billion dollars jeez market value in the past year the boston based company has languished at the bottom of the dow jones industrial average while contending with troublesome.
Arizona governor proposes 20 percent teacher pay raise by 2020 amid walkout threat
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Arizona governor proposes 20 percent teacher pay raise by 2020 amid walkout threat
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"20 percent" Discussed on Mac Power Users
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"20 percent" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio
"Uh found that the annoying looted do is that caloric intake by 10 to 20 percent so we didn't have to tell them count calories and introduced calories but what happened was when they stopped when they add everything within ten hours the cut out all the lip night snacks and alcohol and uh similarly very early morning some of them actually start that coffee little bit later so they cut out the elite cookies that they use tweeted coffee say this kind of interesting what about like black coffee or tea without sugar yes so account while so that's very interesting so we get this question of course uh from everybody of course we cannot do that experiment in mouse mice like coffee and inhuman we are still waiting to get some funding to do that but what i'll tell you is entirely based on my gas and what i know some some educated guess when it comes to say insulin response of course since we are not putting any sue got into coffee and there is no cream we may not get in a spike in insulin to glucose and ali morning when you're trying to wake up and get the war can clearly that extra boost oh penalty that black coffee maybe okay but the same time uh one of his time in line and starbucks up beats coffee uh i see almost ninety five percent of people will get that coffee come back to the.
"20 percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Will you've the fact is the jeep m p at the jeep unit um it makes suvs and european uh drivers are now discovering that they want suvs the way the americans do so that's a really helping their sales um in addition um sergio my county has been um the this is on the song year he's going to be retiring next year in these 'cause he wants to get the uh the the the company into shape for anything further that happens to what he's doing is he's telling the uh munyemana early and call now uh car parts businesses they're not telling them it's going spend them off the way he spun off a ferrari uh uh a couple of years ago so basically he's uh he's pretty good shape and i think investors are looking at the prospects and saying yeah we like that uh but generally of it i mean the whole uh european car market stock sector is up uh because of the uh european growth you economic growth prospects and also uh sales prospects growing in china and we says a pretty decent data in the united states would seek to save with the luxury companies as well come back to the it's story i 20 percent off of the markets like literally coming to the neon gone with scott about fears we must replace it that's a big jump yes full they they've had a couple of good um uh reports from analysts including morgan stanley now morgan stanley mentioned a possible spinoff jeep um uh we're not seeing that elsewhere in not hearing that as well um that would actually change the structure radically of the company right now what uh fiat chrysler is a um it's basically a good um it's got a good solid uh set of massmarket brands including alfa romeo which is sort of an higher level massmarket brand but still still massmarket so basically the uh uh it may be a reaction to the morgan stanley speculation but again uh we're not seeing anything anything like that elsewhere uh first of all i want to say magneti marelli so cool those gauges are on our all of the older do cotti's which i'm a huge fan of obviously and secondly jeep the value morgan stanley saying could be unlocked like would be like the ferrari value unlocking which was huge when they spotted off and jeep by the.
"20 percent" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Adama's barely alive men can't be looking at me i'm not looking at you might gundy it was my gun these i've i've never heard of back gundy nobody else is just cotrol go home bill curry bill curry that's the thank you jcc that just got waiting play you guys out that his sons could basketball player myrna it's not that curry get the people here we got some characters around here touchdown virginia tech yes and that was josh you wanna change you could still change what do you mean i pit virginia tech you i don't remember that believe it with these two clowns home is jay z who clicked who greekothodox homes jess had three smoothies at a breakfast piece that is true hands while he's he's smoothie drunk over there who the wasted person here man highlight here well we are cutting off early today that's right because you know this is a women's game over at chrysler at chrysler center it's a buck it's what it to buck if the book though it's only a dollar beginners right thank you ms solely a dollar the giddy and whether you're in 20 percent off at the chrysler at the end in a chrysler wow so i don't even have the copy points in front of me i know did you see anything in front of me now okay okay immi jassem at j most higher we started to go i'm like a wet towel what the way it where they win twenty percent of the day just showed the only at one of the crisis are no other ones yet no other emden just one at chrysler right so get at the at the basketball game and if you're complaining about having to pay a dollar to get into the place to get your 20 percent off you a sucker you suck it is really is a dollar yeah come on so good then he can sustain watched the game enjoy yourself there what five and now in the home standard of six game yeah you're scheme in the big ten later day yep so obviously get down there to chrysler center a dollar.
"20 percent" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"Increases in earnings per share maybe 15 to 20 percent now there is also a piece of this that could actually hurt insurers and that ports still remains to be seen down the road but i'm talking about the repeal of the individual mandate under the affordable care act are insurers worried that could shrink enrollment in insurance plans they are that does not kick in until twenty nine team but ensure that are offering affordable care act plan the coverage that is fold through bee health laws exchanges are worried about the effect of that action many of them believe that the individual mandate which penalizes people who don't have coverage is important in forcing younger healthier folks who might not think they need the coverage to get it and those people help hold down premiums for the more expensive less healthy and railways and the repeal of the individual mandate also has implications for hospitals yes hospitals have parallel fear they benefit when people do have insurance coverage so they are concerned that the loss of the mandate will shrink the pool of covered people and that they might have to deal with more patients who don't have coverage which often generates unpaid bills and bad debt for them that's wall street journal reporter ana wiles matthews talking about the implications of the tax plan on the health industry on a thank you thank you and finally let's talk about a group that isn't likely to fare so well under the tax plan and that's realtors joining me now in our studio in new york to talk about why is wall street journal reporter laura coup sisto laura the national association of realtors is among the largest lobbying groups in the country but they actually stand to lose under this plan how is that yeah i mean it is remarkable it's hard to overstate how much of a chef this is they were considered undefeated bowl because they represented the american dream of homeownership it's like apple pie um what happened in the plan.
"20 percent" Discussed on Double Toasted
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"20 percent" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Carolina five pre team from the field six more opportunities the look at the bank be but only get 20 percent of those answers alexis robinson with five points for the bucks leading the way a tender and or not caroline was relating score four the tar heels bottles from the basketball here out of this time out were you free to go in the first quarter inbound comes the nigel handed on to leonard and muffler get into their offense now robinson to the right side wing now with the basketball first time my she is in poor the bumps year you may also checking in at the break and powell to be calm against jinll haley he was trying to deny them the opportunity to try to get inside that wayne there russell cake that letter to bring the basketball in keita leftsided loops into robinson now laura frade missed it sure onesided backer way and opened under back out leonard guy for the right abel keep that ball moving around and getting some offense abortion as well that's been for colorado and all inc shed gonna get called the final she jumped out on jamie kerry jerry that quick step to the left and then got check they're a little bit so just their second team found three against north carolina so people who take it out underneath their own hoop her is key checks back into good are gonna blow early you know she's right back in here in this first quarter trying to get the ball land and look out max curia lobby here here to robin pinned it was all buyers good look there is probably not able to feel that ball away and get it leonard that was seven point leap colorado we intend to go in the first quarter thirteen don't lobby to mid post barely turnaround cut that one lone joe poor key rebound down the bond and now leonard together for colorado tonight from fifteen off the back of the ramp it goes nice to nick fifty four five following shed now no looking from all in all and he's not we're going to keep it here this will be a 30second within forty four a timer can't let that continue amid toes the fake like going inside then step back forth the president from houston texas school there the used in metro area b four inches tall it was shop four so tell kenyan to be an official hotel sponsor of see you athletics visit embassy sweet zan gardens.
"20 percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Release of the tax proposal by day after they failed to finalize the details yesterday the details originally were to be unveiled on wednesday but that was delayed until thursday said representative kevin brady chairman of the taxwriting ways and means committee the committee had worked throughout the day and evening to produce the plan for the first overhaul of the nation's tax code in three decades we are making excellent progress were very close brady told reporters late tuesday night a lot of work remains with the drafters they are continuing to work through the night we are moving forward at the white house and officials said trump look forward to seeing legislation this week adding the administration was confident the delay wooden affect the ultimate timing of the bill brady said his panel plans to vote on the bill next week and although they had settled on some key details such as a cut in corporate rate to 20 percent and maintaining the top personal income tax rate for the wealthy of thirty nine point six percent other elements still had to be resolved including the income levels for the tax brackets last night the president tweeted the republican house members are working hard and late towards the massive tax cut that they know you deserve this will be the biggest ever the marriages mark can help two it was easy to find a medicare plan get help.
"20 percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"To 20 percent down twenty percent down in your paying off a house in five to seven years you've got to be paying down at least twenty percent of the debt every year to get there so if you're paying down twenty percent of the debt why couldn't put twenty percent down another home instead of paying off one home in five to seven years you could by five to seven houses and with those five to seven houses create enough income to re retiree shelf now dell awad your home will then you have more money would take the pay at home off have you more income to be able to earn a your earning more income and you have a deep attach bracket so it is sucking your income level down tour it's easier for you to obtain this so let's go one step further how 'bout if you live in a state where they state income taxes i'm going to get an estate income taxes here for second and take a look at this because this is important it says right now there are actually serving states do not collect any income tax law alaska florida and about a south dakota texas washing wyoming there are two states it only collect taxes on dividends and interest new hampshire in tennessee california has the highest incremental tax rate of thirteen point three percent a eight snakes have only one income tax bracket changing its charges residents the same rate of income and eight states have let's see in california has largest number of different tax brackets on a ship so we go down here and you look at the income tax rate state income tax rate right and you've got alabama at five arizona at 45 california at thirteen point three colorado four point six six point nine for connecticut eight point two for hawaii seven point nine five for main nine point eight five for minnesota eight point nine seven uh for new jersey eight point eight two for new york guy's good on this list is frightening we'll take a short break we'll come back and show with that's doing to your life.
"20 percent" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Of deep in the market you might say the does lead to some buying wars somehow it's time for another five percent plus the climate which we haven't seen in a while well let's talk about which stocks are leading the declined because we were hearing i stuck with oliver rennick limerick stocks reporter i hear about how there's been sort of a bear market at there had banned last year could have cycling through different industries and if he looked an industry specific level there was there were times to buy their word bear markets have declines of you know 10 20 percent in certain areas so are we seeing some new sort of cycle industry kind of coming to the fore as as the target of the ire of the one thing that jump salaries you're seeing followthrough from last week with sporting goods makers in retailers i mean we had those results from the likes of footlocker that did not go over well and so we're seeing further declines their analyst backing away as they often do in the wake of disappointing results fewer was saw with footlocker dick's sporting guys as well right right here's the finish line it's a smaller company uh certainly with with disappointing results as well it was seen ratings on both companies cut today even in in response to the figures robert w baird ubs coming down on footlocker and ubs also unfinished lines so you look at those stocks footlocker one of the worst performers they s p 500 down two point eight percent and finish line take a bigger hit down seven point seven percent and does raise the issue of what happens to their suppliers now you have nike and those shares down more than three per se one of the biggest drops in the in the sp 500 also the worst performer in the dow this story there in jeffries cutting its rating they figured that the there's growing competition from otti dos or if you prefer adidas separately i prefer well thank you for asking everybody in any case and under armor as well i mean certainly there you you saw some weakness last week as a result of the retail numbers and under remember stand about three percent tues so you've got followthrough in both cases i wanna just follow.
"20 percent" Discussed on Fake the Nation
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