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"221 points" Discussed on WTOP
"Strike expected to last through Thursday now is considered the professions largest labor action in U.S. history. And with that, nurses began walking the picket line outside more than a dozen hospitals in Minneapolis, St. Paul and Duluth. Jenny eagle calls it a show of strength. I think we have the power right now. And I know that these hospitals made lots of money during the pandemic. And it was off of our backs. Hospital negotiators say they can't afford the raises the nurses are asking for, but union members point out the key issues are staffing and workplace safety. Al shock, for CBS News, Minneapolis. Coming up in money news. 221 points. A big slowdown in open house traffic. I'm Jeff cable. One 48. Traffic and weather on the 8s here's Rita Kessler in the traffic center. Well, if you're in Virginia on 66, watch for the delays eastbound, coming out of centerville, trying to head toward the fairfax county Parkway. That is work taking Elaine, then delays from netley to the beltway with the work in the right lane. Northbound 28 before Compton in ordway a single lane gets by the work causing the backup. Inner loop, starting to slow after Springfield trying to head toward Braddock road with work taking a lane. Southbound 95 some volume crossing the aqua Quan. Then it is good into Fredericksburg. Northbound 95 three 95 actually no problems trying to head to the 14th street bridge. Northbound I two 95 between oxen hill and laboratory road, the crash is over on the left shoulder. They're waiting for a tow but not seeing a delay. Off the 11th street bridge delays on to northbound D.C. two 95 headed past Pennsylvania avenue. Southbound slows from burrows past these capital street, New York avenue heavy in both directions toward New Jersey avenue, watch for work crews. This is also causing the delay in the northbound third street tunnel. Trying to get on to New York avenue. If you're outbound or southbound on route four in the area of the suitland Parkway, that's where we're seeing a delay. So watch for any activity there. Also, we do still have the work on the eastbound span of the bay bridge, the right lane of two is blocked, the westbound span, however is running two way traffic. Two lanes east found two lanes westbound and no delay getting there. Prepare to be moved, try out the new 66 express lanes toll free between route 29 and Gainesville route 28 in Centreville for a limited time. Learn how to use the new lanes at ride 66 express dot com. I'm Rita Kessler WTO P traffic. Your forecast now with chuck bell. It is certainly not going to be a pretty day to be outside today, a lot of cloud cover and super humid, temperatures eventually reaching the low to mid
"221 points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is a Bloomberg business live. From Bloomberg world, headquarters. I'm Charlie Powell, stalks are lower across the board with traders bracing for a key inflation reading and the start of the earnings season for clues on whether the economy is heading for a recession. All major groups in the S&P 500 are retreating with losses in Medicare mega caps like Tesla and Apple wing heavily on trading. Chris Peron is head of technical research at strategos research partners and on Bloomberg surveillance this morning. He was asked what he needs to see to convince him that we are seeing a bull trend. Urgency, people chasing moves higher. We haven't seen it yet. Now, it doesn't mean we can't see it, but we haven't seen it yet, so those are the conditions we're looking for. I don't think they're in place here. We continue to remain prudent. This is a market that bouncer over the last couple of weeks, but without a lot of momentum behind it. And on this back to work Monday, we've got a market that is lower across the board with the S&P down by 1% out falling 37 points. The Dow is down 92 a drop there of three tenths of 1% and as stack composite index is down 221 points, a drop right now of 1.9%. The ten year is up 27 30 seconds, ten year yield 2.97%, spot gold is down $7 the ounce to 1735 at decline of four tenths of 1%. While West Texas intermediate crude is down 7 tenths of 1%, one O four O 5 for a barrel of West Texas intermediate crude oil. Frontier group holdings is asked by out target spirit airlines to further delay a shareholder vote on their proposed merger saying it is still very far from winning sufficient support because of a higher offer from rival JetBlue Airways. One O two on Wall Street, time now for the market drivers report with a focus on American depositary receipts, and here's Abigail Doolittle. Thanks, Charlie, and lots of action for China, ADRs today, given the weakness in the Asian session. So let's hone in on that specific area of the ADR world. And that weakness, of course, has to do with new cases of COVID, amid a zero COVID policy. This equals a very rare one week lockdown in mad cow, Macau, so a bit of a risk off tone there. Plus Beijing find both Alibaba and Tencent again. Those tech giants. So Baba, Alibaba, that tech ADR plunging 9% Tencent another China check ADR down 3.4% our should say conglomerate ADR can do a duo down 11% neo the EV, electric vehicle car, ADR, also down sharply, 9 down 9% GD dot com and Baidu, down to 5%. So as you can see, lots and lots of weakness, but Charlie on the year up 50% and one China stock ETF has only seen in flu. So just a little bit of a cooling off of those massive games, Charlie. All right. I thank you very much, Abigail, do a little keeping track of those ADRs for us. Twitter shares are lower after Elon Musk walked away from his $44 billion deal to buy the company, setting the scene for a disruptive legal battle, and right now we do have Twitter shares down 9 and a half percent, Tesla, lower now by 6.3%. Recapping a down Monday with the S&P falling 35 points down 9 tenths of 1% the ten year yield 2.97%. I'm Charlie Palatin, that is a Bloomberg business flash. This is balance and power with David Weston. Inflation is a bigger risk because it's here. It's real, and if inflation doesn't come under control quickly, it does enormous long-term damage. We have employees who are being bombarded by these rising energy costs. Where the world of politics meets the world of business. There aren't a lot of inflation fighting policies outside of what the fed can do. The American consumer like consumers really all over the world are paying a Putin tax. Balance of power with David Westin on Bloomberg radio. The Ukraine war grinds on as the west runs low on ammunition. A hot labor market raises questions about inflation and recession and President Biden's approval rating dips even lower. From the Bloomberg interactive broker studio in New York, welcome to the second hour of balance of power. I'm David Weston. Congress returns to Washington D.C. this week with a lot on its platter and probably the last chance to get it done before those midterm elections, a 120 days from now. We welcome now, Matt Bennett, cofounder and executive vice president of think tank third way to take us through what Congress might get done. Matt, thanks so much for being back with us. We hear a lot about two things in particular. So called you seeka, which is sort of the successor to the chips act that competitives act with China, really. That is bipartisan, but doesn't seem to be making it through Congress, as well as maybe some cutback version of build back better. Is any of this going to get done? I think it will, but I think it's going to be an ugly process to get there. To your point, both of those things are kind of at the top of the agenda for both houses. Things are really complicated though. Two key democratic senators, including the majority leader Chuck Schumer, are out Schumer has COVID and senator Leahy, fell and broke his hip. And obviously with 50 50 margins missing two Democrats is a huge problem if you're going to try to do things like the reconciliation bill, which would be only Democrats. And then the other big problem in the you seek a bill is that there's an enormous difference between what the House and the Senate negotiators want and that gap doesn't seem to be closing very quickly. If a one or the other of these was passed, and I understand that's a big if. Would it make a difference in the midterm elections? I don't think it would make a huge difference. You seek a bill would provide a lot of money for chip manufacturing in Ohio that could that has become an issue in the Senate race between Tim Ryan and JD Vance with Ryan the Democrat hammering Vance over the hold up in the Bill. So I think in certain places it could make a difference. But I don't think it's going to change the fundamental dynamics of the race all that much. So you've done a lot of strategizing, particularly on the Democrat side. Give us a sense of what the situation is for the party and for President Biden right now. I saw that piece in the front page of The New York Times this morning about their poll with Siena college. That said 74% of what registered voters think we're on the wrong track as a nation. And 64% of Democrats don't think Joe Biden should be their candidate for president next time. Those are really alarming numbers. Are they not? They're not great. You know, I don't think any Democrat could
"221 points" Discussed on WTOP
"Is up 221 points. A lot more layoffs. I'm Jeff Gable. It's ten 48. We have traffic and weather on the 8s to Rita Kessler in the WTO traffic center. Delay sticking around on the top side of the beltway in Maryland outer loop, your delays from Georgia avenue this is gonna take you all the way toward three 55 before three 55. That's the long-standing wreck along the left side. Then you find the delay after river road headed across the American legion bridge callers were reporting the work set up in the left lane while the inner loop delay takes you to that same point and that is the work in the right lane, inner loop also slow headed towards 66 that work usually on the right side. The inner loop in prince George's county now seeing the volume from Pennsylvania avenue headed past the suitland Parkway toward Allentown roads. So this should be a mobile work crew moving along that stretch. In the district southbound D.C. two 95 is heavy before bening road, headed past east capitol street, northbound no delays right now coming from the 11th street bridge toward benning road. Mississippi avenue between 15th street and Stanton road southeast that was utility work, northbound Dale Carly a Parkway was more than circle watch for the activity there that was in northwest. Now in Maryland, the crash may be cleared northbound two O one Edmonton road near powder mill road those delays are easing. Westbound span of the bay bridge, the left lane of three is blocked with the work, two lanes in each direction across the bridge and not really seeing a backup, while in Virginia, northbound three 95 is heavy out of Springfield toward duke street, the work on the right side, northbound 95, the delays begin in dumfries, headed toward the del city rest area. This is going to be the crash on the left side, southbound slows, out of Dale City, this is solid all the way into triangle, watch for the work crew along the right side. Nova's public transportation providers are working hard to make your ride safe. We're taking care of the big things so you can relax and enjoy the ride. Rediscover your ride at nova rides dot org. I'm Rita Kessler WTO traffic. Let's go live down to storm team four is Mike with our forecast. Good morning, Mark. We are going to see a little bit of sunshine across the area as the afternoon goes on. Look for a mixture of cloud cover and sunshine. It will
"221 points" Discussed on The Final Lap
"What's going on everybody? Rowdy dragon back again with this week's final app weekly fantasy update. Talladega Superspeedway blah. How about that for a race? Looks like the price of a watermelon is gonna go up. If Chastain continues his run. All right guys, let's see who did well with this week's race on the stage picks. We had a sweep on the two stages for the week. It looks like stage one and two Corey Randall Stevens. Good job over there. And the winner ray dog beat you out Corey by 7 points or so with a total of 221 points, 52 stage points pretty good stage points for Talladega. I finished in the dismal spot of 134th, somehow sliding me down one position in the league to 24th. Toby Christie finished in the 187th spot, also not a good day for Toby. Sliding further down to the 90th spot in the overall standings on the league. And where is Jimmy? Carrie Murphy, beating both of us out once again, finishing in the 72nd spot, moving up into the 116th spot, closing in on Toby. I think we have about 54 points between you two now. All right, taking a look at last week's picks. We had the 6th, the ten and the 47, let's take a look and see how they did. So in the 6 car. Brad Keselowski finished with the 23rd most points on the day, all I can say is he was not the worst car out there. Brad picked up 14 points on the day and that was it. No stage points. Looking at the ten car arc amarilla he finished in the 12th in the standings for the fantasy points, bringing home 24 position points, four stage points on the stages, not the worst pick on the day. And the 47 car Ricky Stenhouse. He had his issues as well, coming home in the 29th place, bringing in 7 position points and one stage point on the day. Ricky was a bust at Talladega. I garaged him. Okay, so let's take a look at this week's featured picks. I've got three guys. We're gonna take a look at starting with the 5 car Kyle Larson. He's got 13 races at this track one win currently, 7 top 5s, ten top tens, and that's 7 top 5s and 13 races. That's a 50% chance at a top 5 with Kyle Larson this weekend. Those Hendrick guys are running too good to ignore them right now so he is definitely on the top of my list of guys to watch. Looking at his stage points, Kyle Larson picked up three stage wins, two of them came last May in 14 races here, Kyle's picked up stage points in ten stages. All right, I hate to pick on that low hanging fruit, but here we're looking at another Hendrick driver. Remember last year they finished here at Dover, one, two, three, four, chase Elliott is my next guy. He's got 11 races here at this track. He's also got one win here. And he too has 8 top 5s within that 11 race span. So you're looking at, again, another 50 percenter on a top 5. And looking at Chase's stage point picture, he's got 18 stages run here. Has not picked up any stage wins. But out of the 18 tries he's gained stage points in 12 tries. Not taking a look at their top 5s. Let's compare Kyle Larson and chase Elliott's top 5s to a guy like Kurt Busch, Kurt Busch has 9 top 5 set this track in 42 races. All right, so that puts it in a little bit of perspective for you there. And one more guy to look at for your lineup for this weekend, the Toyota campus starting to pull it together, Martin Truex Junior did have a good run at Talladega. He came home with the second most position points on the day. So it looks like Truex is starting to figure things out. He's got 31 races at Dover three of them are wins. One of those wins coming just last May right here at the monster mile. Truex has an 11.7 Finnish average at the track after those 31 races, and he's led quite a few laps at 996. Looking at his stage point totals out of 18 tries, he's only missed out on stage points 5 times, and has four stage wins to his credit. Now I would be keeping a close eye on those Toyotas during the practice session on Saturday. Just to see if they have things figured out before committing them to your team. Okay, now it's breaks ten on the season, I think it is a good time to take a look at the current top ten list for the final app weekly fantasy. Starting in tenth working our way up to first because that's how we do things here at the final lap weekly. Tenth place goes to no speed limit. Love the name. Number 9 top shelf racing. Also a good name. Number 8, this week's winner ray dog. And in 7th bonehead four. 6th place. Elliot bandwagon. Still making some noise up there. 5th place beer guy 27 hanging on to that top ten spot. In fourth, running on empty 2022, dugong sitting in the third spot, Louisville max in second and still in the top spot four bald tires, and he's starting to break away. In fact, the top two guys are starting to break away a little bit from the pack. Don't let them get away guys. Well, that's all I got for you this week. Hopefully the monster mile doesn't bite you. And these pics can help you out a little bit. All right, I appreciate you hanging around and listening to the final epi weekly fantasy segment of the show. I am rowdy dragon. I will check back in with you again. Next week. All right, there you have. Rowdy dragon and his fantasy NASCAR segment for Dover coming up this weekend. I'm so, if I am just would have put something in for Daytona, I'd be like, top ten. Could you imagine? I mean, you would be right there, man. You'd be right there. I don't understand what was just a major brain problem there during day two. Yeah. I mean, it happens. It happens with all of us. I would be so good in the standings. But you're not. I'm out. It's okay, Carrie. It's okay. All right, of course, thank you once again to adjust an Allgaier for joining us on the program.
"221 points" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Move that a senior administration official described as a wartime bridge The White House has tried to frame high grass prices as a result of Russia's invasion of Ukraine dubbing the increased Putin's price hike But persistently high gas prices are a political problem for Democrats ahead of the midterm elections Republicans have seized on the issue and even begun holding events at gas stations in key battleground states It's unclear how quickly the release will trickle down to gas stations twice in the last few months the president has announced additional releases of oil but he's been under political pressure to do more As Mahal NPR news The White House International Atomic Energy Agency says Russian forces are withdrawing from Ukraine's Chernobyl nuclear site Reports the withdrawal comes a little over a month after Russian troops invaded the facility The Atomic Energy Agency says that two convoys of troops headed out of Chernobyl towards the Belarusian border Russian forces also formally returned control of the site to Ukrainian authorities Chernobyl which was the site of the world's first nuclear accident in 1986 was taken by Russia in late February Ukrainian workers were held at the site for weeks without relief and to power outage briefly threaten safety systems at the defunct nuclear plant The agency said it was not able to confirm a rumor that some Russian troops had been exposed to high doses of radiation while working in the exclusion zone around the site Jeff brumfield and pyr news Washington Prosecutors say they're charging an employee of the National Security Agency with sending classified information over his personal email NPR's Carrie Johnson reports the man was arrested by the FBI Mark Gunn can hold allegedly passed government secrets 13 times using his personal email address between 2018 and 2020 The indictment says the information related to the national defense and was classified at the secret and top secret levels Uncle holtz worked for an NSA office that coordinated with private sector businesses Prosecutors didn't identify the person who received the information or that person's private employer But they said the person used to have a security clearance One can hold faces 26 different criminal charges for unlawfully transmitting and retaining secrets in his personal email account Carrie Johnson and PR news Washington Okay government inflation gauge took a big bump up in February the government announcing today its consumer price index rose 6.4% It was the biggest year over year increase since 1982 Stocks lost ground in the final trading day of the first quarter the Dow plunged 550 points today the NASDAQ was down 221 points You were listening to NPR From WAB news in Atlanta good afternoon I'm Jim burris or time now 5 O four Atlanta's labor force grew to an all time high in February It added nearly 30,000 people that brings the total number of Georgians employed to more than 3.2 million That's according to the Georgia Department of Labor Atlanta's unemployment rate also dropped in February to 3.2% From January Investigations conducted by the U.S. Department of Labor found that agricultural employers across the southeast underpaid farmworkers by nearly $2 million just last year But as Emil Moffat reports convincing workers to report such violations can often be a challenge In the 300 investigations the Labor Department conducted last year in the southeast it found thousands of workers being paid below their promised wages or made to work or live in unsafe conditions They also found some employers illegally passing along the costs of H two 8 temporary worker visas to their employees by Rios with the DOL says farm workers who aren't citizens often worry about contacting a federal agency he says partnerships with worker advocacy organizations and a Spanish language tipline have helped a lot Workers just like with the employer program feel much more comfortable calling let's say a legal aid organization He says in addition to civil penalties the Department of Labor will continue educational efforts to make sure the ag industry is aware of the laws a meal Moffat W ABE news A bill helping food trucks is heading to the governor's desk It would allow food truck operators to use their health permit from the county where their base in other counties as well Right now they have to get a separate permit for each county where they go The bill could say food truck operators thousands of dollars and allow them to operate in more counties You can find more local news on our website that said W ABE dot org amplified Atlanta this is 90.1 WAB news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations Other contributors include Fisher investments wealth management offering guidance on retirement income social security and estate planning More at Fisher investments dot com Clearly different money management investing in securities involves the risk of loss Look for a clear skies tonight cool with lows in the mid 40s for tomorrow lots of sunshine with a high of 64 68 for Saturday It's 5 O 6 This is all things considered from NPR news I'm Kelsey Snell in Washington And I'm Elsa Chang in Los Angeles Today the U.S. announced more sanctions on some Russian businesses and individuals and Russia in turn has asked to be paid for its gas exports in rubles Meanwhile the U.S. expects to deliver all of the $800 million in military aid to Ukraine which includes shoulder fired weapons against tanks and aircraft by the middle of April The Pentagon says they are seeing some repositioning of Russian forces away from Kyiv to the north but according to NATO intelligence Russia is maintaining pressure on Kyiv While NPR is Alyssa nad morney is there in Kyiv and she joins us now hi Alyssa Hi Elsa Okay so what are you hearing on the ground about continued fighting Well Ukrainian forces are still fighting all over the country even in her son which Russians claim to have taken Here in Kyiv we've had air sirens much of the evening tonight and there were two loud explosions near the center of the city officials haven't released information on what was hit yet But multiple explosions were reported here Tuesday night and into the early hours of Wednesday Ukrainian officials are echoing what western intelligence has said major volodymyr fit ya a spokesperson for Ukraine's ground forces command told us this today He's saying there is no retreat Certain divisions have left because they've lost their military effectiveness We've damaged them a great deal and others are coming in their place And I understand that Alyssa you have been out and about talking to people in Kyiv before the sirens What did you find walking around there So Kiva is a city that's still mostly empty It's estimated that half the population has left And overwhelmingly the people that we do find you know they say they don't trust Russian promises They're anticipating this war to last a while And yet there's also a sense that this is the new normal you know people are moving out of the shelters and back into their apartments and some who left Kyiv are trickling back in Sitting.
"221 points" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"For electric vehicles and the storage of renewable energy Lithium graphite nickel and so much more U.S. inflation remains the highs it's been in some 40 years to mar the government will reveal how the labor market is fared in March when it releases its big monthly employment report The oil cartel known as OPEC plus will stick to its current plan to increase oil production gradually and PR's Brittany cronin reports the group is staying the course despite a recent surge in oil prices In a short virtual meeting OPEC plus decided to continue increasing oil production by around 400,000 barrels per day as widely expected That means OPEC is sticking to a previous agreement to gradually increase production as the global economy continues to recover from the pandemic The Biden administration had hoped that OPEC would increase its oil production a lot more to help relieve oil and gasoline prices But OPEC members are limited in how much production they can add anyway and some countries have struggled to meet the existing agreement Oil prices spiked after Russia invaded Ukraine Russia is a member of OPEC plus Brittany cronin and pure news Ukrainian officials say most Russian troops have now left the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in northern Ukraine and PR's Greg myrie tells us Russian forces seize the plan at the beginning of the war While the Russian forces have been in control of Chernobyl for the past month Ukrainian workers continued their job of monitoring the plant for any safety issues Ukraine's nuclear agency says in a statement that two columns of Russian troops have left the plant leaving only a small number behind At The Pentagon a senior U.S. official describes the move as part of a broader pullback of Russian troops from areas around the capital key and other parts of northern Ukraine The Chernobyl plant side of the world's worst nuclear disaster in 1986 is about 60 miles north of Kyiv and just a few miles south of the border with Belarus Greg myrie NPR news Washington A spokesperson says CIA director William burns has tested positive for the coronavirus burns will be working from home quarantining for 5 days At last check on Wall Street the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 550 points one and a half percent of the close at 34,678 the NASDAQ was down 221 points one and a half percent its NPR news From WAB E News in Atlanta good afternoon I'm Jim burris or time now is four O four A bill that outlines a new process for banning books in schools is headed to the governor's desk Martha Dalton reports Senate Bill two 26 requires school boards to develop policies to review and remove books considered harmful to minors from school libraries If governor Brian Kemp signs the measure school principals would have 7 business days to review parents complaints about books they consider obscene Principles would have three more days to inform parents of their decision Local school boards would have 30 calendar days to decide appeals School districts would be required to post titles of removed books on their websites within 15 business days of a decision The Senate gave final passage to the bill this week in a 29 to 21 vote along party lines The Georgia library media association which is made up of school librarians across the state opposes the measure Martha Dalton WAB news Service workers who clean Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport when a major victory today after 13 years of asking picketing and eventually threatening to strike for higher wages airport cleaners will get a minimum of 12 to $15 an hour Now that's up from the current minimum of $8 50 cents per hour Chris bauman is the regional director for the service employees international union Yeah it's a nasty job cleaning at that airport cleaning bathrooms cleaning vomit exposed to germs from all over the world even during the pandemic right They were on the front lines where a lot of us got to stay at home They didn't get that chance because they had to make it safe for the airport We'll have much more on this story coming up later in the hour.
"221 points" Discussed on WTOP
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"221 points" Discussed on WTOP
"This winter and together working for you Money news at 25 and 55 Jeff it was a very good day Well it wasn't that one 835 points That's a two and a half percent one day rally The S&P 500 gained two and a quarter percent today the NASDAQ up 221 points I was more than one and a half percent It was a holiday short and week but a volatile one with a Dow moving and three digit moves three out of four trading days this week It actually is a week unchanged and the NASDAQ gained 1% this week A better gauge on how much we're spending shows Americans spent more last month This one from the commerce department is adjusted for inflation and without counting that personal spending rose 1.5% in January the most in ten months lots of IT professionals are job hunting Tyson's based ninja jobs which connect cybersecurity professionals with companies that are hiring says it has seen a 33% increase in traffic in the last three months City ridge the former Fannie Mae headquarters on Wisconsin avenue northwest is getting two more tenants King street oyster bar and Tata bakery and cafe The wigman's anchored city ridge will have almost 700 apartments when it opens Jeff label double of you see news Money news brought to you by whole foods market At Whole Foods market get animal welfare certified air chilled chicken breast thin sliced cutlets for 5 9 9 a pound through March 1st Plus an extra 10% off for prime members while supplies last Restrictions apply Up I had on double DT op history made by President Biden in his latest nomination to the Supreme Court and will have the very latest.
"221 points" Discussed on The Final Lap
"Not your worst one. I've heard worse. Well, wait a minute. Is worse like more creative or no, no. Okay. No, it's just worse. All right, whatevs? Kyle Larson has a win there, three top 5s, two top tens, one poll, it's similar to Michigan where he owns the place, but not quite. Yeah, but with Hendrick motor sports under him, you think. This should be a runaway for him. Record of these contracts. Yeah. How about Kevin Harvick? He also has a win here 7 top 5s and 13 top tens. Local driver there, Kevin Harvick, if you want to consider Bakersfield two and a half hours away local. But they're going to say it on TV. They'll be like, this is his home track. He used to when he was a young boy he'd come down here and watch just like the track to open until 97. Yeah, yeah, and like I said, it was like 30 by then. Two and a half hour drive. Martin Truex Junior, like we said, has a win two top 5 7 top tens and a poll. How about Brad Keselowski, mister destruction himself? He should have been the one threatening to tear up this racetrack. One win, 5 top 5s and 6 top tens. And finally, the guy that owns this track at the moment for wins for Kyle Busch 11 top 5, 16 top tens, and he also has a poll. He even got the win that time that Joey Logano and Denny Hamlin had that tussle that ended up breaking Hamlin's back. See? See? See, Denny Hamlin, again. Always in the middle of the controversy. That's right. Hey, up next. Rowdy dragon has your fantasy NASCAR picks. Don't forget to listen and don't forget to make your picks. Next, definitely. On TfL W like us at Facebook dot com slash the final lap. The final lap weekly, getting you ready for this weekend's race. What's going on everybody? Rowdy dragon back with this week's final app weekly fantasy update. While we survived our first race of the season, being Daytona, super speedway. Let's take a look at our stage winners as they are for the first stage. We've got go fast and turn left. The second stage winner, mudflap VA, and younger guns brings home the win for the day with 221 points. I finished in the 38th position, I was doing pretty good up until that last wreck. And Toby finished in the 15th place, Carey Murphy, he's giving you guys a head start this year. He decided to sit out Daytona and let you guys get a bit of a head start. Now actually Carrie did forget to make his picks in his haste to get Daytona and all the festivities going. He forgot to make his picks. But that's okay. It's just gonna be a little bit more challenging for him this season, and if any of you knew players that haven't joined yet and want to join, now you gotta target..
"221 points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Business flash It is risk off this morning We have shares in companies's businesses got a booster in the past COVID flare ups rising this morning Zoom Video Communications peloton interactive among those stocks higher in this sea of red this morning in the S&P 500 eleven of the 12 major industry groups are lower The standout is healthcare I'm sure it's a vaccine maker Pfizer up over 5% and early trading The worst performing group in the broader index that belongs to energy this morning is oil prices get a tumbling this morning General Electric now says it's going to buy back $25 billion worth of bonds expanding one of the biggest debt repurchases ever They found strong demand from investors to sell the securities so they're going to continue with that It's the usual suspects in terms of risk off the haven bids right now ten year yields They are down 12 basis points 1.51% The two year is down 12 basis points That's a .51% as investors rushed to the perceived safety of U.S. treasuries Also the Yan also haven currency that is up 1.6% against the U.S. dollar Dow Jones Industrial Average 800 down 893 points that's a decline of 2.5% with 34,913 The S&P 500 eighty two points lower down one to three quarters percent At 46 17 the NASDAQ composite index 221 points lower down 1.4% were at 15,621 and the vix up 7% right now 26 O one We checked the market's view every 15 minutes during the trade ate right here in Bloomberg radio I'm John Tucker and that is your Bloomberg business flash head and Paul.
"221 points" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Kris van Cleave reports. Secretary of State Blanken testifies today as Congress opens hearings into the end of the war in Afghanistan. We expect lawmakers to press Secretary Blinken on how many American citizens and Afghan allies remain in Afghanistan. Lawmakers will want answers on the decision to pull troops out by the August 31st deadline despite Americans being left behind. They're also expected to ask why the U. S. Failed to heed warnings from some in the intelligence community. Predicting the Taliban's rapid takeover unwelcome visitor along the Gulf coast of Louisiana and Texas. CBS News meteorologist David Parkinson says it's Tropical Storm Nicolas, you are going to be seeing a ton of rain. The Getting in the afternoon hours tonight and then straight through the evening. Into the night into the overnight hours and into the morning. By the time you wake up in portions of the Houston area, you could be seeing over a foot of rain checking Wall Street right now the Dow is up 221 points. NASDAQ is down 52. This is CBS News. Fever is the key symptom for both the flu and covid. The exigent temporal scanner is essential to detect fevers early and reliably learn more at extra jin dot com. Necessary or nonsense reaction to the governor's mask mandate that kicked in today. That's after Cairo radio. Real time traffic. Good morning. Every Martin Good morning, Dr on North Bound 405 still a pretty significant shores. Drivers work their way between 167 on and off all the way up to 5 20, but the rent in the Bellevue travel time at the core coming in at 30 Minutes north on five pretty slammed getting through the Tacoma core, also seeing additional brake lights starting south of all borough and all the way up past the convention center. 35 minute travel time on north and five between Olympia and Tacoma. Pretty average for this time of the morning. It looks like westbound 5 20 going to get you across the water and into Seattle about 12 minutes faster this morning, still a heavy drive on south and five from about 148 down into shoreline and self on four or five, Still seeing delays, his driver's head out a totem lake and through Kirkland. This report sponsored by car lots, a priest, a dentist and a mom walk into a car lot, because that car lots anyone can be a used car sales person car lots. It feels good to be a used car person. That's your Cairo radio. Real time traffic a memory Martin, now from the Cairo Radio News Center, at my northwest dot com Where is the science questions today as Governor Jay Inslee's new expanded mask mandate text effect As of the day you not only have to wear a mask inside public spaces, but at gatherings of 500 or more outside While there are skeptics, this woman tells Cairo seven TV. It just makes sense long as this so many people around you. I think it's better to stay safe and keep others safe. Hospitals are seeing new record high numbers of covid cases, mostly among the unvaccinated. Today is the final day for state employees and school teachers to get their first dose of the fighter covid vaccine if they want to meet the governor's deadline. Cairo seven TVs, Matthew Smith explains. That's because of a 21 Day gap between the doses the deadline for Dean. Moderna vaccine has already passed. But if you were to take the Johnson Johnson, those state employees could wait until October, 4th to get the one does shot. All state workers have until October 18th to get fully vaccinated unless they have a valid medical or religious exemption to White center. Now the same strip mall that was badly damaged by a fire in August is billowing smoke again. Paris seven TVs Lauren Donovan is on the scene. So right now we're at the intersection of Dell Ridge and Roxbury. We've got ladders out in the back shooting water from above one direction. Then on the left side over here, another ladder, shooting down firefighters.
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"West Today, President Biden visiting the National Interagency Fire Center in Boise, Idaho, and traveling to California to meet with firefighters and survey fire damage during an aerial tour, also, while in California, the president will campaign for governor. Gavin Newsom. Ahead of the day voting ends in the States recall election His opponents conservative talk radio host Larry Elder is by far the leading candidate, Renshaw sat down with him over the weekend. One of the first things I'm going to do is repeal the requirement for state workers. That they have to be tested once a week, and they have to wear mask at work. Newsom has faced criticism for his handling of Covid and California's record fires the past two years. ABC's Matt Gutman in Washington this morning U. S Capitol police arresting a California man who had multiple knives of bayonet and a machete in his pickup truck. It had a swastika, another white supremacist symbols painted on it parked near the Democratic National Committee headquarters. And in Russia, President Putin watching over the largest military exercises since the Cold War, Wall Street the Dow up 221 points. You're listening to ABC News. Arizona's news station use station Katya Our on Air 92 3 FM online at K t a r dot com and streaming Live on the K to our news app. You're breaking news and traffic now. It's 902. I'm Jeff Munn. Here's our top story. The Arizona Cardinals, They dominated the Tennessee Titans 38 to 13 on the road in Nashville to open up the NFL season. Ktrs Jim Cross is live in the news center Jeff Chandler Jones career high five sacks for Arizona quarterback Keller Murray. Almost 300 yards passing two of those touchdown passes went to a Christian Kirk. We're tired. We're tired of being counted up and so, like I said it was a statement game for us, and we're just trying to set the tone for the rest of the year. Cardinals home opener.
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"You have to figure this thing out. I'm Wes. You can offer. Ben Simmons and get Damian Lillard. Unless it's a trade like that. You just can't do it. The idea that the Sixers are going to trade Ben Simmons for younger assets and build a team that fits better around Joel Embiid. It's like Joel and Bead can't be trusted to stay healthy. Why would you build your team around him? I only understand the Ben Simmons. Uh, smack. To an extent. I think if you're Philly, you got to figure it out. And that's why you hired Doc Rivers was to figure it out. Bread Brown couldn't Doc Rivers needs to If you want to talk about, you know, redemption week. You know, Doc Rivers. Is a big game for Doc Rivers as much as is Ben Simmons and Joe and beat Because if he bows out to what many people consider an inferior team, Sorry, Hawks fans. After bowing out To a team that was believed to be inferior. Sorry Nuggets fans the year before. It's going into Continue to perpetuate the narrative that Doc Rivers just had the great fortune of coaching three superstars at the same time in Ray Allen, Paul Pierce. And Kevin Garnett. But if he has any fewer than three stars, he can't win. Two stars in L. A. Paul George Co. I couldn't wind blew a 31 seriously. Two stars in Philly and beads. Simmons. You can't get it done. It's going to be hard to defend him, and I've been a Doc Rivers defender. In the past. I think he's a really good coach. But he's gonna be like he's gonna be talked about like Budenholzer like this. Think it This isn't the guy now Budenholzer could be fired. After this season. I don't think Doc rivers is getting fired, but The narrative will be perpetuated. Can't figure it out. So maybe in a way I'm betting on myself. Being a doc Rivers. Uh, defender. Because I think the Sixers win tonight. I do. The Sixers win tonight. But if they lose, boy Lot of fun for sports talk radio shows. The other game in the NBA Tonight, Jazz minus two In L. A against the Clippers. Over under is 221 points tonight. Neither team especially great against the spread in these playoffs, but L. A has won their last three games against the number. Three of the five games in this series have hit the over. You want to bet on the over under I must be crazy. Betting on two road teams. Well, three road teams. I'll tell you that in a minute. I think the jazz win tonight. I'm not done with the Jazz. I'm not Donovan Mitchell. Had his worst game by far. In Game five. He scored 21 points. He scored 37 twice 30 and 45. In the other games in this series. No, he's dealing with the ankle. What I think he fights through it. Do And I think the Jazz Force a game seven. At least that's what I'm going to bet, anyway. We'll see. But wow, What a turn of events that would be if the Jazz end up losing And I told you You don't have to pull for the Jazz. If you don't want to. You don't And I wouldn't blame me if you didn't. But you got to root against the Clippers and the Nets. If you're a fan of the Denver Nuggets or any small market team. Because if these teams like Utah in Milwaukee who have been I mean, they've done everything right? Much like the Nuggets. They've done everything right? They're stable. They hired smart people. They've done all they can to supplement the stars that they have on the team. If they can't be These, uh Instant contending teams with the stars. The super teams. Then. There's no hope for the next five years that these super teams are going to go away, go by the wayside. You have to root for Utah. Um, I quite frankly can't stand to see Sam Farnsworth happy so I predict that Utah will win. I don't know that I'm rooting for them to win, but I will root against the Clippers and I will root against Brooklyn. To try and help killed a super team. So hawks getting 2.5 at home against the Sixers Clippers getting to at home against the Jazz. I am betting on two favorites, but still Two road teams. Cover is, um Against my nature. And then the game that, um I think I'll spend more time on tonight. To be honest with you. I know those NBA games are extremely consequential. I'm not trying to downplay them. But I am really intrigued by this Golden Knights Canadians game tonight. And you'll be able to hear it right here on extra sports 1300 golden Nights on the road are favored. We got three road favorites tonight. Golden Knights minus 1 62 in Montreal against the Canadians who are plus 1 36 on the money line. The spread is 1.5 goals. This is a to bet game for me and a hedge. I'm going to hedge. There's too much value on Montreal at home. Tonight, plus 1 36. For a home team. But I will hedge By taking the Golden Knights to cover My thought, is Canadians win close or Vegas wins bag. And I guess my hedges more the Canadians on the money line. Because I'm I look at and I went back and re watch the golden game too. And if you watched game to let me know your thoughts at 5229872 Kind of felt like Group B..
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"Com Jeff Wagner on WTMJ. Well, here's an example of the cancel culture trying to take somebody out, and it doesn't quite work. Working. Wallen and Morgan Wallace is three young country singer who's also kind of Ah, kind of a jerk and Morgan Wall and head his his career kind of blow up. You will remember Ah, while back because it was one of those nights where he and a bunch of his buddies are coming back from a night of partying and drinking. And the neighbor has ah, that the neighbor he lives in Nashville and neighbor has one of those cameras that South and it catches Wallenda's. He's kind of stumbling into his house and he's you know, waving at some of the people who's dropping off and he said, Take good care of and he's referring to somebody and he uses the n word I completely and totally inappropriate but in in the context of it. He's just being a drunken jerk. It's not like he's. It's not like he's singling this out and saying, I hate all you'll fill in the blank. It's just he uses the term. It's a slur. He should not do it, and he's apologized for it. But what happened is after that video surfaced is career essentially came to Ah, halt. The Country Music Association removed his digital content from their platforms, the Academy of Country Music Awards, said. He's not going to be eligible for this award. His record label dropped him and what happened is interestingly enough, The sales of his records went through the roof, and it's just it's been one of these amazing phenomena. His people decided they're voting with their pocketbooks, and they're kind of responding to the efforts of the cancel culture. What? Well, here's the deal. The 2021 Billboard Music Awards, which he is not eligible for since he was banned from attending or performing the Sunday show. Apparently he had won three awards. From six nominations, because apparently the way they calculate these awards. It's a it's a factor that they look at performance on the billboard and charts. They're not voted on. But depending on how well you do that decides who the winners are, so even though he was said he's not eligible, he actual and it wasn't invited, participate. Because the fans decided that they weren't going to cancel him. He ended up winning three out of the six awards. Now he's not going to get him. That's my understanding, because again he's not eligible. But based on the numbers, he won three out of six The cancel culture gets left in the dust on this particular issue. 1 31 Let's go to the WTMJ breaking news Center. Here's Melissa Bar. Thank you. Jeff. Former Milwaukee police officer Michael Mattioli is suing the city Milwaukee to keep the police body cam footage of the aftermath of his altercation with Joel also vato under wraps. Mattioli is currently facing homicide charges over the accusation that he choked Azevedo to death. Bring an argument in April of 2020 family of a man who was shot and killed by a Green Bay Police officer says they will appeal a federal judge's decision to throw out their lawsuit. U. S. District Judge William Griesbach last week dismissed the wrongful death lawsuit Ah, filed against the city of Green Bay, Brown County and law enforcement officials. By the state of Jonathan Tubby Tubby was handcuffed and unarmed when Green Bay Police officer Eric O'Brien shot him five times and kill them at the Brown County jail in October of 2018. The police have arrested a man wanted in four killings across two states after a seven day search in South Carolina. Chester County Sheriff's office says 26 year old Tyler Terry was found around 10:30 A.m.. Says Terry's taken into custody. No more shots were fired and more than 300 officers were searching for him. We're not hurt time now for a WTMJ drinking associates market update. The Dow is up right now. 258 points to 4 34,067. NASDAQ is up 221 points to 6 13,092 and the S and P 500 is a 51 points to 42 08. Wtmj paella. W com Time saver traffic.
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"Professor of political science Benjamin Gonzales. O'Brien, who told me in a Koga news interview that Biden's inauguration. It comes in a historical time when the nation is especially divided where not only are American divided but increasingly They are consuming different sets of news different information than each other. And I think that this is what makes this historical moment difficult to compare to past one, he says. The spread of misinformation on social media has helped to drive a wedge between many Americans who otherwise have a lot in common. You could read more about this and hear his entire interview at cobo dot com. Keyword Cliff notes. Now it is time for news about your money with Sully. It's brought to you by bay Alarm, Putting the pro in protection. Hey, Sully. You guys having a really great day. Today, Stocks are trading their record highs as President elect Biden this schedule be sworn in at a scaled down ceremony that begins as you've been mentioning here didn't just a few minutes here. The incoming president has laid out plans. For a $2 trillion covert package, and many economists believe it's gonna be a bit of a challenge to get this across the goal line here but nonetheless during one of the biggest busiest earning seasons Of the year. We're having an unbelievable day. NASDAQ is up almost 2% believe it or not up 221 points at 13,004 18 S and P up 40 points. That's one full percentage point at 38 39. The Dow Jones is up about 6/10 of a percent. At 31 109. That's 178 points higher there, sort of in a really solid in Wall Street. A couple of things just to think about earning season is underway. We're going to see Goldman Sachs today were to see IBM today and we have a raft of bank earnings coming today, tomorrow and Friday, one concern for the market bond yields or around their highest in the year. Traders are preparing for a lot less stimulus from the Fed Reserve because obviously in bond yields go up. There's an inverse relationship between bonds and interest rates. This might drive interest rates down just naturally. On the stock market. Apparently not concerned about violence in D C today in a smooth transition of power, so fingers crossed. We'll see that for the rest of the for the rest of the trading day today, but so far so good Dow Jones NASDAQ s and P all up and I'll tell you everything else and you know, coming up here at 7 55. All right. That sounds good, Sully and ah reminder coming up right After eight o'clock. We will have live coverage of the swearing in ceremony for Joe Biden and Kamila Harris Right here on Kogo. And it's six o'clock this evening Tune in because we'll have live coverage of the inauguration celebrations as well. We have your traffic and a very blustery, possibly rainy forecast on the way Koko nears time. 7 26 1 Day You're serving in the military. And then the next day you come home and you're dealing with Jury. Britain is in recovery from an addiction to prescription opioids. My opioid misuse and need.
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"I am Matt Ott Stott live in the K. M. J newsroom. The Capitol Police are now defending their response to yesterday's political unrest. Capitol police chief Steven Son said his officers responded valiantly as they were attacked with pipes, chemical irritants and other weapons. Lawmakers announced a review of the law enforcement response that they said raise serious questions and representative severe systematic failure and securing the capital, a sentiment echoed by D. C Mayor Muriel Bowser. Congress must create a nonpartisan commission toe Understand that catastrophic security failures D. C. Police made 68 arrests, and federal prosecutors said they're working to identify others from the mob to charge is warranted. Aaron Carter SKI ABC News Means I'm violent members of Congress is sharing their reactions. The yesterday storming of the United States Capitol by a group of protesters. Here is Democratic Congressman Jim Costa via a zoom call with reporters. We saw a group of people that decided that they would take the law into their own hands and take upon a treasonous act because that's what this is a treasonous act to, um, in fact, toward the will of the voters of the United States. And via Twitter. Republican Congressman David Vala Dale writes. Quote. This is un American. I denounced this behavior to the fullest extent we are so much better than this and quote some breaking news for you Shake up in the president's Cabinet. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao has announced her resignation in the wake of yesterday's riot, becoming the first Trump Cabinet member to call it quits. And we're not learning more about the California woman killed during yesterday's protest outside the capital or inside the Capitol. I should say here's KBC is Mark Brown, The Washington Post reporting 35 year old Ashley Babbitt of San Diego was shot and killed inside the Capitol building. Her social media posts show that Babbitt was a staunch Trump supporter and who was in Washington D C. Taking part in the insurrection at the Capitol. Paramedics rushed Babbitt to a local trauma center where she died. Family members say Babbitt was a veteran who served 14 years in the Air Force. Three others suffered medical emergencies related to the capital breach and also died yesterday in D. C. Facebook, barring President Trump from posting on its system until at least the inauguration of President elect Joe Biden. In opposed this morning, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg said Trump's account will be locked for at least the next two weeks, but added, could remain locked indefinitely. And an award show battle is now brewing over dates. The Recording Academy this week announced it was postponing the Grammys because the coronavirus surge in Southern California moving from January 31st to March. 14th problem is March. 14th is the date for the rescheduled SAG awards and the actors union isn't happy to have to share, saying in a statement. They're disappointed with the Grammy move and feel it's not very friendly to have to compete for attention on the same night Recording academy had. Harvey Mason Jr tells entertainment tonight that it's not a perfect scenario, but both organization Chins. They're trying to deal with the pandemic and because of sporting events and other shows, there's no perfect weekend. Jason Nathan's an ABC News three minutes after 11 rolling on Wall Street in it continues the NASDAQ Up 300. The S and P 500 up 54 or better than 1.5% in the Dow Jones Industrial average has been trading over 31,000 all morning long. It's currently up. 221 points. Trading at 31,000 05 to Wish I had better news. Weather wise 40 60 reason. Foggy conditions here in Fresno At Radio City, the dense fog adviser from the National Weather Service officially expired at the top of the hour, but again areas of reduced visibility and that will linger as long as the falling stays where you are. Watch your speed, increase you travel distance and provided that fog lifts. We'll see a mix of sun and clouds this afternoon highs generally in the mid to upper fifties, but there's a strong chance the fog returns and dance and spots for your Friday morning commute. The safe. That is news on the hour on the half, and when it breaks, I am Matt. Odd Start live on Newstalk, 5 81 059 f M. K. M. J..
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"Go toe long fence dot com. Good morning. I'm more glue us. Jocelyn Chesson, our producer. Just ahead. President Trump is threatening to torpedo the massive pandemic relief bill that Congress just passed, demanding changes that Republicans in Congress have opposed. We have reaction from the hill. The federal government secures additional doses of the Fizer Corona virus vaccine. Maryland's former Senate president resigns After nearly 50 years in the General Assembly on Kate Ryan, the Dow is up 221 points. It's 11 31. President Trump throwing a major curveball at Congress, sharply criticizing the coronavirus relief package that lawmakers just past the four minute Twitter video raises the prospect that the president won't sign the relief bill. I'm asking Congress to amend this bill and increase the ridiculously low $600 to $2000. Mr. Trump doesn't explicitly say he'll veto the measure, which not only provides covert relief but also funds. The government Bill took half a year to pass and was the subject of intense negotiations that directly involved Mr Trump's Treasury secretary. The question just days before benefits and protections expire is what happens now. Stephen Portnoy. CBS NEWS Washington Well, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi responded quickly to the president's statement, saying she's ready to push for the $2000 checks He's asking for Pelosi posted on her Twitter page. The Democrats would bring the president's request to the House floor for a vote by unanimous consent before the end of the week. Like two bonus Congressional reporter for The Washington Post says this could lead to another standoff. There's gonna be a very brief session tomorrow on the House. A Democrat will come and fantastic bill to do the $2000 Jack. We expected Republican is going to stand up and say, Well, that's not all the president wants. He wants to get rid of other parts of this bill, so they're gonna object and say We got to negotiate this. But you know if that's the case, Democrats Maceo, we're not negotiating more. We'll do. We just signed the bill that we already talked about it and move on. But that could just really spark and extended sort of stand off. That could mean among other things, the government shutdown. People not getting the benefits they were expecting, and this could last, you know, frankly, all the way till Joe Bynes inaugurated on January, 20th sent Avenue early leader Chuck Schumer says he is hopeful the president will not veto the coronavirus package. He says Congress can always pass additional funding in a subsequent package new signs of strains on the U. S economy, the Labor Department saying that 803,000 people have filed for unemployment benefits in the past week, that's lower than the 888,000. Claims economists had expected, but it's still confirmation that layoffs still remain historically hime. Meantime, President Trump issuing a flurry of presidential pardons, the president granted full pardons to 15 individuals and commuted part or all of the sentences of an additional five. They include former members of Congress prosecuted for fraud. Security contractors who were convicted of murder and manslaughter for a massacre in Iraq, as well as two men who went to jail for lying to the FBI. During the Russia probe. The White House justified the announcement, citing new evidence service to the nation or compassionate grounds. Critics predict a flurry of similar actions in the president's final weeks. Catherine Herridge CBS NEWS Washington, There's word that the federal government will acquire tens of millions of additional doses of the Fizer Corona virus vaccine. Under a new agreement, Visor will supply a new additional 100 million doses to the US In return, the government will help the pharmaceutical giant gain better access to manufacturing supplies. Up ahead more on the developing story out of Baltimore, where a building explosion is injured. 10 people 11 35. If you haven't filed taxes or are in debt to the.