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"297 points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

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"297 points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg business out and at Bloomberg Quick Take This is a Bloomberg business Flash. And I'm John Tucker in the Bloomberg News from this Bloomberg business Flash stocks down for a third straight session. This hasn't happened since March. All because of consumer prices climbing in April by the most since 2009 topped forecasts and is intensifying the heated debate about how long inflationary pressures will last and keep the a fed on hold technology shears. Of the suffering the biggest losses as a result, TECH heavy NASDAQ 100, dropping the lowest since at least March right now is down 2.13% bed vice chair Richard Clarinet, playing down the significance of rising inflation. Today in a address, he says it was due largely to transitory forces. There's that word again right now. The NASDAQ composite index down 2%. That's down 262 points at 13,128. B S and P. 549 points lower. That's down 1.2%. 4102 and the down Jones Industrial average 297 points lower down 9/10 of a percent of 33,970. As for yields, the benchmark 10 year yield surging today up six faces points right now at 1 68 men, incidentally, is giving a lift to financials. We check the markets for you every 15 minutes during the trading day, right here, Bloomberg Radio on John Tucker. And that is your Bloomberg business. Flash Palm John Tucker,.

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"297 points" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:47 min | 2 months ago

"297 points" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Pathologist Dr Lindsay Thomas, who, like medical experts Thursday told jurors that it was a lack of oxygen. Not drugs were a bad heart that killed George Floyd. I can clearly see from watching the video. What happens to Mr Floyd during this sub dual restraint compression. And what happens to his breathing. Is, it gradually becomes more difficult and then Judge Peter Cahill also called in a juror and questioned her about whether or not she had been subject to outside influences so far, that juror remains in place. Jeff Manasso. Fox News. Pentagon says it's developing better ways to screen a military recruits for extremist behavior while improving training for troops leaving the service. So they could be better prepared if violent hate groups tried to lure them to join a Texas man is facing federal charges for threatening to blow up an Amazon facility. 28 year old Wichita Falls, Texas man is charged with attempting to destroy a building with an explosive. Prosecutors say Seth Penley believe the FBI, CIA and other federal agencies were using a Virginia Amazon data center and threatened to blow up the facility. The FBI says Penley believed he could kill off about 70% of the Internet by destroying the Amazon site. He was arrested after Meeting with an undercover agent he believed was selling him explosive devices, Court documents say he also bragged about being at the U. S. Capitol building during January's deadly violence. Rich Dennison Fox News, an eight month old baby shot today Friday by his three year old brother, who'd found a gun inside their Houston apartment police deciding whether the adults who were there should face gun charges. Wall Street Friday, the Dow climbed to 297 points. NASDAQ gained 70 the S and P 500 closing 31 points higher up Jack Keller here..

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"297 points" Discussed on AP News

AP News

06:23 min | 2 months ago

"297 points" Discussed on AP News

"I'm Ed Donahue. Dr Andrew Baker, the medical examiner who declared George Floyd's death, a homicide in Minnesota testified drugs and heart issues were not direct causes of death. Mr Flay Juice a fentanyl did not cause the subdural or neck restraint His heart disease did not cause The sword duel or the next restraint. Earlier, retired forensic pathologist Dr Lindsay Thomas testified It was a lack of oxygen that killed George Floyd from being held on the ground by police. There's no evidence to suggest he would have died that night, except for the interactions with law enforcement. Former officer Derek Shobin is on trial in Minnesota for murder and manslaughter. President Biden Disorder panel to study some politically delicate issues such as how many justices should serve on the Supreme Court, and for how long he's fulfilling a campaign promise made amid Democratic pressure to realign Ah High court that tilted sharply right under Donald Trump, who added three justices. The president has said the judicial nomination system is getting out of whack, but has not said whether he backs expanding the court from nine seeds or imposing term limits. Liberal Justice Steven Briar has warned against big changes, like adding seats at 83 Briar is the oldest justice and some progressive groups want him to retire. While Democrats control the confirmation process, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki says. That's not the president's call. He believes that's a decision. Justice Prior will mate. And he decides it's time to no longer serve on the Supreme Court. Saga room. AGONY Washington The House Ethics Committee has started an investigation of Florida Republican Matt Gates over reports of sexual and other misconduct. The White House is sending federal assistance to Governor Gretchen Whitmer State Michigan to control the state's worst in the nation. Corona virus transmission rate stocks finished higher. The Dalip 297 points This is AP News. Rapper and actor DMX has died in New York a week after suffering a heart attack. He was 50 BMX came into the rap game right at the top. His 1998 studio debut. It's dark and Hell is hot, started as number one on the Billboard chart. That multi platinum disc feature the hits Rough Riders Anthem, Get it Me Dog and stop being greedy and all. He dropped seven albums for them topped the charts, picked up three Grammy nominations along the way he started in the 1998 more The belly as well is an exit wounds with Steven Seagal and cradle to the grave with Jet Li. He and Lee will also in Romeo must die with a Lia DMX. Emolia even teamed up for a song on the soundtrack. I'm Oscar bills. Gabriel, the reigning Mrs World relinquished her title while defending her decision to pull the crown off the head of the winner of this year's Mrs Sri Lanka contest, whom she falsely claimed to be a divorce A and unqualified to take part in the contest. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News Congressman Matt Gates is facing another investigation over sex trafficking allegations. The Justice Department's already looking into whether Gates and associate Joel Greenberg paid underage girls or offered them gifts in exchange for sex. Now, the House ethics committee has started a probe, citing allegations that the Florida Republican may have engaged in sexual misconduct and or illicit drug use, among other things. Gates has not been charged and denies any wrongdoing. While insisting he will not step down. Greenberg is working toward a plea deal, which could lead to him cooperating with prosecutors against Gates. Soccer MAHOGANY Washington Volcano on the Caribbean island of ST Vincent has erupted. Islands government had already ordered some 16,000 people to evacuate homes near the volcano. That's they made their way along the winding mountain side roads and ash column could be seen towering over head. Emergency management officials estimated it reached 20,000 Ft. Unfortunately present Vincent most of the ash was headed northeast over the Atlantic Ocean. But communities closest to the volcano reported heavy ash fall and poor visibility hindered the evacuations. Summer being put aboard cruise ships, others heading to nearby islands in some 2000 people are in government shelters. 4000 FT Volcano last erupted in 1979 and continues to rumble. I'm Ben Thomas. President. Biden has ordered a panel to study some politically delicate issues, including how many justices should serve on the Supreme Court, and for how long he's fulfilling a campaign promise made amid Democratic pressure to realign a high court that tilted sharply right under Donald Trump, who added three justices. The president has said the judicial nomination system is getting out of whack, but has not said whether he backs expanding the court from nine seeds or imposing term limits. Liberal Justice Steven Briar has warned against big changes, like adding seats at 83 Briar is the oldest justice and some progressive groups want him to retire. While Democrats control the confirmation process, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki says. That's not the president's call. He believes that's a decision. Justice Prior will mate. And he decides it's time to no longer serve on the Supreme Court. Saga room agony. Washington Coronavirus Update. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP News MINUTE stocks finished higher The Dalek 297 points. CDC director Dr Rochelle Wolinsky says the number of coronavirus cases keep going up. Yesterday, CDC reported 74,860 new cases of covert, 19 and CDCs. Most recent data show that the seven day average of new cases is a little more than 64,000 per day. Jeff Science with the White House team. SIZEMORE Vaccinations support is going to state for offering to surge federal personnel, including CDC response teams. FEMA, D, O D and other federal personnel to support vaccination efforts and get more shots in arms. Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer says she appreciates the help. But vaccine is what she needs. But I am concerned because I believe as to a number of public health experts. That we really should be surging vaccines to states that are experiencing serious outbreaks. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News.

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"297 points" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:27 min | 2 months ago

"297 points" Discussed on KCRW

"In the death of George Floyd is wrapped up. Prosecutors called on officers in the Minneapolis police Department this week. Make the case that show of enacted outside of department rules. Speaking on NPR's all things considered civil rights activists forever Now, Sharpton says this trial could have a big impact on policing across the country. I've never seen this amount off policemen, including the police chief, to testify against a police officer. If nothing else has happened so far, this trial the blue Wall of silence has certainly been Pierced. I've been charged and also says he's hopeful that the multi racial protest sparked by this and other cases, as well as those against anti Asian hate will eventually make a difference. Stocks closed higher, too. And the week on Wall Street, both the Dow Jones industrial average and the S and P 500 hitting new records today his company's prepared to release their quarterly earnings next week. NPR's Scott Horsley reports, the Dow jumped 297 points. All the major stock indexes were up for the day and the week the Dow gained about 9/10 of 1%. On Friday, the S and P rose three quarters of a percent. The NASDAQ climbed half a percent. Earlier, the Labor Department reported a sharp jump in producer prices last month, largely fueled by higher gasoline cost producer prices over the last year, are up more than 4%, the largest jump in nearly a decade. We'll find out next week how much of those rising cost producers air passing along to consumers. The Federal Reserve expects somewhat higher inflation as the economy recovers, but the Fed thinks those larger price hikes are likely to be temporary. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington You are listening to NPR news. And this is KCRW news. I'm Larry Parole. Here's what's happening at 6 30 to 38 year old man has pleaded guilty to poisoning eight on House people in Huntington Beach, according to court records obtained today. William Robert Cable admitted to 13 counts of poisoning all felonies last year. The man from San Andreas videotape the victims to get the reactions as they eat food laced with a substance, prosecutors say was twice as strong as pepper spray. Suffered seizure like symptoms, difficulty breathing and vomiting. He told some of them they were taking part in a quote spicy food challenge. Many were unaware the food had been tampered with Cable has been sentenced to four years in prison. Police activity on the 10 Freeway.

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"297 points" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:09 min | 2 months ago

"297 points" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"I'm Keith Peters. Amazon workers in Alabama have rejected an effort to unionize. The National Labor Relations Board reports the majority of workers that Amazon's warehouse in best summer Alabama voted against the union. The totals for 738 in favor 1798 against The more than 3000 votes cast. 76 were avoided in more than 500 contested by either Amazon or the retail, Wholesale and department store union, which led the organizing effort. However, the NLRB E says the contested votes are not enough to sway the outcome. The union says it intends to file an objection with the NLRB, charging the company with illegally interfering with the vote. I'm Ben Thomas, the Chief County medical examiner who ruled George Floyd's death. A homicide testify that the way police held him down and compressed his neck was more than Floyd's heart could take. Dr. Andrew Baker is the chief medical examiner for Hennepin County and the one who wrote the autopsy for George Floyd. He experienced a cardiopulmonary arrest in the context of the law enforcement's dual restraint in that compression. Baker said he did not watch the harrowing video of the arrest before examining Floyd. I did not want Tobias my exam, Baker said that Floyd had heart disease and drugs and System. The law enforcement's to dual restraint. And then that compression was just more than Mr Floyd could take by virtue of that those heart conditions but that significant conditions listed on the autopsy. We're not the main cause of Floyd's death. Mr Flay Juice. A sentinel did not cause the subdural or neck. Restrained audio of the trial was provided by court TV. I'm Jennifer King. Prince Philip will be laid to rest. With all the honors do a Prince of the United Kingdom and a consort to Queen Elizabeth, the second The Corona virus pandemic means it will be a more low key farewell than his mark. Many royal death pandemic has required changes to the well prepare plans for Phillips passing on Wall Street that up by 297 points more on these stories at town hall dot com. From executive producer and My pillow founder Mike Lyndall comes the hilarious new faith based comedy church People with a special guest appearance from Mike himself. Church people is the hilarious heart warming reminder.

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"297 points" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:59 min | 2 months ago

"297 points" Discussed on KCRW

"Delivery of Johnson and Johnson's Covert 19 vaccine has been erratic and is expected to drop significantly next week as we hear from NPR's Richard Harris. The supply of Johnson and Johnson's single shot vaccine spiked this week but is expected to fall sharply next week. That means many people who had hoped to get the shot next week will not White House says the supply will stabilize once the FDA gives the go ahead to a manufacturing plant in Baltimore. That plant had major production problems and has been taken over by technical experts from Johnson and Johnson. Once that plant is approved, the White House says JJ will be able to ship eight million doses a week through the end of April that will substantially increase the supply of covered 19 vaccines in the U. S. There's no word on when the FDA could act. Richard Harris NPR news on Capitol Hill, The House Ethics committee has launched an investigation into reports of sexual and other misconduct by Florida Congressman Matt Gates. This comes as the outspoken Republican has retained two prominent attorneys from New York City. Gates is already the focus of a Justice Department investigation. Allegations against him include that he had a sexual relationship with a 17 year old girl shared nude images with colleagues on the House floor. And accepted gifts in return for official actions. Attorney Fritz Scheller represents a close ally of Gates. I'm sure Matt Gates is not feeling very comfortable today. Sellers client, Joel Greenberg is facing charges related to bribery and sex trafficking. He's expected to enter a plea plea deal, and it's unclear what kind of information He may share about gates. Meanwhile, House Republicans have been largely silent, with the exception of minority leader Kevin McCarthy, who says Gates would lose his seat if convicted of a felony. Stocks finished higher on Wall Street. Today, the Dow gained 297 points up 9/10 of a percent. This is NPR. Yeah, This is KCRW on Larry Perella. Here's what's happening at 5 30 to California's vaccine distribution plan does not specifying how to get shots to people who can't leave their homes like fragile seniors. People with severe disabilities. So citizen counties are coming up with creative solutions like the formation of small strike teams to fill that gap in Orange County. The meals on Wheels group has gotten involved in vaccine distribution. They aren't doing home deliveries just yet, but they are helping to get people to appointments. Joe Corso was the vice president of home and care services. So we were able to work with our partner facility and be able to coordinate the appointments, the transportation and the support. Well, our folks are waiting in line to get the vaccine. State says they're working with home health provider providers to try to find a way to expand vaccinations to homebound residents. But they haven't unveiled a plan just yet. Group of Tenants. Rights advocates today called on the City Council to amend their proposed tenant harassment ordinance to include stronger enforcement measures. No..

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"297 points" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:38 min | 2 months ago

"297 points" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Sentinel Association of Governments. Sandbagged regional planning director calling. Clemmensen says smart cars and trucks that can communicate with each other would allow traffic to flow better without having to widen roads. Delivery vehicle could actually be charged through inductive charging on our roadways. Some of the examples of things that are happening that can also really help the environment because we're talking about cleaners, vehicles more share use of vehicles. Clements and adding that car sharing may eventually joined right, sharing another last mile mobility options in the future. On Wall Street, the Dow closed up 297 points to finish out the week of trading at 33,800. It's 543. Let's check the freeways covers real time traffic. And here's Joe Weaker in Mission Valley on south 805 of the eight There's a crash Traffic's backed up from Nobel Drive Time on South Edo fire from Loya village to the 94 is about a little over half hour south on 15 just before the 85 crash. They're trying to get out of Middle Lane's has traffic backed up from Adam's Avenue and East 94 at home. There was an earlier accident. Traffic's a little slow out of downtown. This report is sponsored by ex urgent accuracy matters. I'm Joe eager Coco's next real time traffic in five I'll trade up any non contact thermometer for a $5 rebate toward an ex surgeon purchased at any retailer. Accuracy matters when taking temperature upgrade to ex surgeon the only home forehead thermometer proven accurate by published peer Reviewed clinical studies visit ex surgeon dot com covers up in a chatty go weekend. Whether it's a great weekend for the orange tear to be in effect. We've got sunny skies tomorrow and Sunday temperatures in the upper sixties at the beaches. The upper seventies. It'll it right now downtown. It's 66.

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"297 points" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:51 min | 2 months ago

"297 points" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Republican congressman touring the southern border in Texas, visiting a migrant attention facility and Donna Texas. Understand. Mike McCaul is among them. I saw five year old she had no idea where she was all by yourself. Parents were with her, her family or not with her. She was in tears. This is just this is wrong. And I would call the form of child abuse. And the sad thing is, it didn't have to happen. 170,000 undocumented immigrants were detained last month and 40,000 Maura crossed into the U. S without being detained. Analysis Alon owner who kept her business open and defiance of covert restrictions of celebrating a legal victory jelly Luther was told the closed the doors to her business last year, but refused and was thrown in jail for it. A temporary restraining order from Judge Eric Moria directed Luther to be jailed for a week. But Luther says the order was confusing and vague. No judge can put out a T R O. Without the document being able to stand alone, the Supreme Court agreed ruling the order wasn't clear, essentially avoiding It. Luther still had five days to serve and $7000 in fines to pay. But now all that is wiped clean plate. Nevil, WB AP New Dallas area Rapid Transit is open a new station and carpenter ranch in Irving, making it the 65th station in the Dark Network Dart Board of director's chair, Paul Wage, Min says the hidden ranch station and Lost Holiness. We'll serve a plan. 110 Acre Mixed use development, which will include retail and restaurants, apartments, a hotel in office space, trying to have this opportunity today to celebrate a station that will serve the residents of the city of Irving local businesses. Indeed, the entire community for many years to come. The Dark Hidden Ridge Station will begin service Monday, April 12th and more testimony on George Floyd's Cause of Death and the Derrick Showman murder trial. In Minneapolis Pathologist Dr Lindsay Thomas testified for the state to telling the jury that she agrees with them. Medical examiner's report that George Floyd died due to a lack of oxygen and that she thinks was caused by neck compression. Did you rule out drug overdose as a cause of death? Yes. The defense has pointed to illegal drug use and on cross examination brought up Floyd's enlarged heart and partially blocked arteries. You understand, based on Mr Floyd's medical records He did, in fact, have a history of high blood pressure cracked the Hennepin County medical examiner who performed George Floyd's autopsy also expected on the witness stand today. Jeff Man. Also. Fox News. Texas visits Closing numbers on Wall Street, The Dow up 297 points. NASDAQ Up 71 the SNP 532 again the low Tonight 52 with a severe thunderstorm watch in effect until 11 o'clock. It's currently sunny and 85. News. Also brought to you by America Can cars for kids and nations. Pure water systems from the W B A. B NEWS desk. America BUSHMAN Your next update.

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"297 points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:44 min | 2 months ago

"297 points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg 11. Creo now Global News update. Johnson and Johnson is delivering far fewer vaccine doses than expected in the next few weeks because of a manufacturing problem. The company will only be sending out 700,000 doses next week instead of the five million expected Meanwhile, Fizer is asking the FDA for emergency use authorization for its covert vaccine and Children ages. 12 to 15. Congressional investigators are poring over documents reportedly showing efforts by the Trump administration to alter or block CDC reports on Corona virus. Sarah Bartlett has more. The Washington Post says Trump appointees within HHS privately cheered their efforts to put a more positive spin on the extent of the growing crisis last year, the report cites one email calling for a greater emphasis on the number of people dying from heart attacks, cancer and suicide. The Corona virus has claimed more than 560,000 lives in the U. S. The Dow gained 297 points to finish at a record 33 800. I'm Brian shook. This is Bloomberg Wall Street Week with David Westin from Bloomberg Radio. Where to complete the week as we do every week with our special between Larry Summers off Harvard, Larry, Welcome back. Great to have you with us. I think a lot of the week was given over to infrastructure. Whatever that means. President Biden has his $2.25 trillion plan. Lot of semantics about what was included. What's not included, and I want to you to address that as an economist. How important is it to get clear? But what infrastructure is because President Biden said it's bridges and tunnels. Sure, it's also broadband unit. But then, he said, it's anything that enhances the life of the middle class. That seemed a little broad. Look. What's most important is that we make the investments as a country that we need to Not what we call them. We need better bridges. We need to expand broadband. We need to build more schools. We need to make sure there's adequate housing for low income families. The semantics really aren't so important. Frankly, I'd have liked to see more traditional infrastructure in this package because I think we're decades behind and I'm not sure this is big enough. Bring us to the forefront, and I'm not sure there's enough we major large scale projects. He has $80 billion to help AM tracks. Operating budget, but they're no major new systems, so I'd like to see a bolder, bigger vision. On infrastructure and the other thing I'd have liked to see David is more discipline. Just a point to make sure we procure in a cost effective way. God knows the First Avenue subway in New York cost seven times as much per mile. As the subway in Paris on they're not especially efficient in Paris. I'd have liked to see more speed in implementation. I've talked many times that Out of bridge near my office at Harvard 300 ft Bridge that took from 5.5 years to repair. Well, you know, Julius Caesar built much longer bridges in nine days. I'd have liked to see rigorous analysis and we may get that analysis that this spending is going to be incremental. For example, there's no question we should have electric charging stations across America and electric cars. We built gas stations without the government ever paid because the government really need to pay as much as is contained in this bill to get electric charging stations across the country, So I think Democrats are completely right on the need for much more resource is Like some Republicans have a point when they emphasize efficiency when they emphasize a lack ready and when they emphasize discipline. In setting the functions, but this is hugely important for our economy. This is certainly worth in many of the areas substantially more government borrowing, so it's hugely important to get the money to do the investment. But it's almost a support to make sure that it gets done right or is close to write as possible. You've worked at the top levels of government do we need to rethink the way our government really administers itself? In this sense? It was the last time the U. S government spent $2.25 trillion and did it the right way. Can we have a rigorous system for return on investment, Which is what you do in a corporation to say, OK, we'll invest this money, but this is what we expect back..

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"297 points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:25 min | 2 months ago

"297 points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Dot com Bluebeard, the world is listening. Johnson and Johnson is delivering far fewer vaccine doses than expected in the next few weeks because of a manufacturing problem. The company will only be sending out 700,000 doses next week instead of the five million expected Meanwhile, Fizer is asking the FDA for emergency use authorization for its covert vaccine and Children ages. 12 to 15. Congressional investigators are poring over documents reportedly showing efforts by the Trump administration to alter or block CDC reports on Corona virus. Sarah Bartlett has more. The Washington Post says Trump appointees within HHS privately cheered their efforts to put a more positive spin on the extent of the growing crisis last year, the report cites one email calling for a greater emphasis on the number of people dying from heart attacks, cancer and suicide. The Corona virus has claimed more than 560,000 lives in the U. S. The Dow gained 297 points to finish at a record 33 800. I'm Brian shut. And I'm Charlie Pellet APP. Bloomberg World Headquarters. Ah, winning day on Wall Street, with the S and P 500 index, posting its third straight weekly rally stocks climbing to a record as investors shrugged off concern over inflation and focused on prospects for an economic rebound. Next week. Though the focus shifts to earnings banks will be front and center. That's a great seconds global head of banks and diversified finance it Morgan Stanley when we think about the outlook for one. Q. When we started the year we came in with an expectation that treating would be down year on year. But we actually have flipped that and our forecasts are looking for trading to be up one Q year on year in the 10 to 15% range. As for the interest rate outlook, Alberto Gallo, his portfolio manager of algebra, Sasuke Limited, We do see treasures going towards 2% on the 10 year tenure by the end of the year, and Tobias left bitches, chief US equity strategist at Citigroup Global Markets. We need to be a bit careful. We're not telling you. This is You know, imminent doom or anything that are very market indicator checklist is not suggesting that either, but it is suggesting some pullback is likely as investors don't see everything's good news. Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Robert Caplan says he's worried about a potential build up of excess risk taking in markets. He was interviewed this morning on Bloomberg Television and Radio the once it's clear to me that we whether the virus I'm gonna probably want to hear I've personally gonna want to err on the side of starting to remove some of these extraordinary actions sooner rather than later. Another day of records for the Dow and the S and P The Dow up 297 points up 9/10 of 1% the S and P up. 31 hired by 8/10 NASDAQ up 70 up 5/10 of 1%. Global use 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick, take power by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie Pellet. This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg Wall Street Week With David Westin from Bloomberg Radio. Wall Street, Central Banks and retail investors have one thing in common. They're growing interest in Cryptocurrencies. According to coin shares, inflows into crypto funds and products hit a record $4.5 billion in the first quarter of this year. Here's Mike Nova Gratz of Galaxy Investment Partners, but there's 130. Didn't $40 Trillion in U. S wealth. Um, $400 trillion, a global wealth. Or now put one half half a percent of global wealth is encrypted on that's growing. I think it'll be a percent by the end of the year. Bitcoin gets the most attention among its crypto peers. But critics of digital currencies raised concerns about their structure and they're volatility completely by the whole thing. You're essentially saying we're going to create a store of value and a medium of exchange around something that only exists inside of a computer somewhere. It's not a physical asset that Steve Rattner of Willet Advisors and here's N Y. U Stern School professor Nouriel Roubini beats on is not having any income doesn't having used as doesn't have any quickly. Services doesn't have a utility. What's the interest? The value of it? Is that the self fulfilling bubble beyond Bitcoin? It's the underlying technology of black chain that is attracting investor Interest, according to CB Insights..

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"297 points" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:28 min | 2 months ago

"297 points" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You have a bipartisan support across the board have already spoken to some of my Republican colleagues about dealing with for sexual legislation. We have up there's always another budget lands. White House plans to release its full annual budget later in the spring. President Biden also signed an executive order today to form a bipartisan commission to study whether to expand the Supreme Court. It will also consider whether to implement term limits for justice is the ethics committee in the House of Representatives is investigating two Republican congressman over separate allegations of sexual misconduct. Florida representative Matt Gates faces accusations of sex trafficking and illicit drug use, among other things, and representative Tom Reed of New York is accused of sexually harassing a former lobbyist. Read already announced that he won't seek reelection in Northern Ireland. A new night of riots rocked the capital of Belfast over Covad restrictions. And new Brexit trade rules. Another 19 police officers were injured overnight as gangs of youths hurled stones and fireworks. Athm police in turn deployed water cannons and he could demonstrations persisted throughout me and mar today, despite the military's claim that protests against them have dwindled. Demonstrators in Galway and Yangon held flags as they marched through the streets. But deadly crackdown continued in bed go where At least four people were killed. The Kremlin's said today that it fears full scale fighting will resume in eastern Ukraine. Is it builds up its military presence near the border. Russian backed separatists and Ukrainian troops have been clashing in the Donbass region, even as Russia faces growing international criticism. A spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry said the Ukrainians were to blame. Distorts. They've done by six and clean up some of the situation and Donbass continues to be difficult and is deteriorating. The problem is Ukraine's warlike attitude and illusions that the conflict can be resolved by force. White House estimates that Russia has more troops on the Ukrainian border that when an annex Crimea from Ukraine, back in 2014 of volcanic eruption on the Caribbean island of ST Vincent has dumped heavy ash on the surrounding communities. Some 16,000 residents were under mandatory evacuation orders. Social media video showed a 20,000 FT ASH column rising into the sky. There were no immediate reports of injuries on Wall Street today. STOCKS End of the week on a high note, the Dow Jones industrial average gained 297 points. Close at 33,800 notching another record high, the NASDAQ Rose 71 points and the S and P. 500 added 31 hip hop artist. DMX died today in New York after suffering cardiac arrest. The Grammy nominated rapper whose real name is Earl Simmons. Sold millions of records and produce such iconic songs as rough Riders out anthem with his trademark raspy voice. He became the first musician whose first five albums hit number one on Billboard's top 200 Charge. DMX was 50 years.

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"297 points" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:02 min | 2 months ago

"297 points" Discussed on KCRW

"All things considered from NPR news. I'm Audie Cornish. And I'm Elsa Chang, a states move bills governing the lives of transgender youth will hear from the journalists telling their stories. The longer that I worked as an out trans person reporting on trans news, the more that I learned that it was really powerful to be a trans person. Helling. Trans Stories now news Live from NPR news I'm doing Brown. Kentucky Governor Andy Bashir signed a bill today limiting no knock warrants. It falls short of the total ban sought by protesters in Briana Taylor's death, but is just Clark of member station W. F. PL tells us the measure eventually gained bipartisan support. Briana Taylor's mother, Tameka Palmer, wipes tears from her eyes and stood behind Governor Andy Bashir as he signed Senate bill for into law. Measure puts limitations on no knock warrants like the one Louisville police had the night they shot and killed Taylor in her apartment. Bashir says the law creates meaningful change. It will save lives. It moves us in the right direction. Under the new law, Police will only be able to use no knock warrants in emergency situations or in cases of alleged violent crime. Police will have to be specially trained to serve them and will only be able to use them between six a.m. and 10 p.m. for NPR News. I'm just Clark in Louisville. On Capitol Hill. The House ethics committee has launched an investigation into reports of sexual and other misconduct by Florida Congressman Matt Gates. This comes as the outspoken Republican Retained two prominent attorneys from New York Gates is already the focus of a Justice Department investigation. Allegations against him include that he had a sexual relationship with a 17 year old girl shared nude images with colleagues on the House floor. And accepted gifts in return for official actions. Attorney Fritz Scheller represents a close ally of Gates. I'm sure Matt Gates is not feeling very comfortable today. Killers client, Joel Greenberg is facing charges related to bribery and sex trafficking. He's expected to enter a plea plea deal, and it's unclear though what kind of information he may share about Gates. Stocks finished higher on Wall Street with a late rally building on gains his company's prepare to report their quarterly earnings. Next week. The Dow gained 297 points. This is NPR. A volcano and the southern Caribbean erupted early today after decades of dormancy, forcing thousands of people to flee their homes. As NPR's Carrie Kahn reports the eruption happened. On the main island of ST Vincent and the Grenadines. Residents on ST Vincent have been tweeting spectacular photos of the huge clouds of ash spewing miles into the Caribbean sky. Authorities have been on high alert for months after LA Soufriere volcano began showing signs of significant seismic activity late last December. Soon after researchers at the University of the West Indies detected the formation of magma, the volcano's dome. The country's prime minister raised the alert level on the main island yesterday to read both Royal Caribbean International and Celebrity Cruises sent ships to ST Vincent to help with humanitarian and evacuation efforts. The volcano has been dormant since 1979 that eruption sent ash streaming for miles in the Caribbean, but caused no fatalities. Carrie Kahn NPR news Los Angeles Dodgers received their world Syriza's rings this afternoon before fans doing their home opener against the Washington Nationals. A limited number of fans were allowed into Dodger Stadium for the first time since 2019. Last time the Dodgers raised the World Series flag was 1988. Stocks finished higher on Wall Street today, the NASDAQ added. 70 points up about half a percent. This is NPR. KCRW sponsors include Amazon studios, presenting the Academy Award nominated documentary time. Also nominated for a PGA Award and Our Film Independent.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

03:56 min | 2 months ago

"297 points" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"NPR News. I'm Dwayne Brown. Kentucky Governor Andy Bashir signed a bill today limiting no knock warrants. It falls short of the total ban sought by protesters and Briana Taylor's death but is just Clark of member station W. F. PL tells us the measure eventually gained bipartisan support. Briana Taylor's mother, Tameka Palmer, wiped tears from her eyes and stood behind Governor Andy Bashir as he signed Senate bill for into law. Measure puts limitations on no knock warrants like the one Louisville police had the night they shot and killed Taylor in her apartment. Bashir says the law creates meaningful change. It will save lives. It moves us in the right direction. Under the new law, Police will only be able to use no not warrants in emergency situations or in cases of alleged violent crime. Police will have to be specially trained to serve them and will only be able to use them between six a.m. and 10 p.m. for NPR news. I'm just Clark in Louisville. On Capitol Hill. The House ethics committee has launched an investigation into reports of sexual and other misconduct by Florida Congressman Matt Gates. This comes as the outspoken Republican Retained two prominent attorneys from New York Gates is already the focus of a Justice Department investigation. Allegations against him include that he had a sexual relationship with a 17 year old girl shared nude images with colleagues on the house floor and accepted gifts in return for official Actions. Attorney Fritz Scheller represents a close ally of Gates. I'm sure Matt Gates is not feeling very comfortable. Today. She lives client, Joel Greenberg is facing charges related to bribery and sex trafficking. He's expected to enter a plea plea deal, and it's unclear though what kind of information he may share about Gates. Stocks finished higher on Wall Street with a late rally building on gains his company's prepare to report their quarterly earnings. Next week. The Dow gained 297 points. This is NPR. This is W N Y. C. I'm Rebecca Barbara, the billionaire behind the Hudson Yards complex has poured half a million dollars into a political action committee or Super Pac that we embassies David Cruz reports Stephen Ross is looking to influence the city's primary election in June. State campaign finance records show. Ross has contributed $500,000 to a super PAC called Vote for New York City's future. It seems to increase voter turnout overall and has not backed any candidates in the race for mayor. Cash infusion comes months after Ross gave $1 million to another Super PAC that helps secure victory from moderate Democrat in the City Council race vote for New York City's future is tied to the related companies, the real estate company Ross, founded with the top executive serving his treasure. The company declined to comment. Today is the last day for New York City. Public school families toe up back into in person learning for the rest of the school year, Mayor de Blasio announced that over 40,000 students have done so so far. Blasio expects even more students to sign up before the end of the day because the city will no longer shut down schools once just to covert cases have been discovered. We announced obviously that the two case rule has been ended a new rule in place that will allow schools to stay open much more consistently. And still be safe. Instead, the city will wait for four cases to be detected at a school if one of those cases can be traced back to exposure at the school. This is the last option period for New York City public schools until next fall. And many library goer goers often find quiet inspiration, flipping through the pages of a book picked off the shelf. But with libraries still only offering grabbing go services because of co bid, the Brooklyn Public Library has set out to try and inspire Burr residents outdoors. This is whispering.

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NEWS 88.7

03:35 min | 2 months ago

"297 points" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"News. I'm Dwayne Brown. Kentucky Governor Andy Bashir signed a bill today limiting no knock warrants. It falls short of the total ban sought by protesters in Briana Taylor's death, but is just Clark of member station W. F. PL tells us the measure eventually gained bipartisan support. Briana Taylor's mother, Tameka Palmer, wipes tears from her eyes and stood behind Governor Andy Bashir as he signed Senate bill for into law. Measure puts limitations on no knock warrants like the one Louisville police had the night they shot and killed Taylor in her apartment. Bashir says the law creates meaningful change. It will save lives. It moves us in the right direction. Under the new law, Police will only be able to use no not warrants in emergency situations or in cases of alleged violent crime. Police will have to be specially trained to serve them and will only be able to use them between six a.m. and 10 p.m. for NPR news. I'm just Clark in Louisville. On Capitol Hill. The House ethics committee has launched an investigation into reports of sexual and other misconduct by Florida Congressman Matt Gates. This comes as the outspoken Republican Retained two prominent attorneys from New York Gates is already the focus of a Justice Department investigation. Allegations against him include that he had a sexual relationship with a 17 year old girl shared nude images with colleagues on the House floor. And accepted gifts in return for official actions. Attorney Fritz Scheller represents a close ally of Gates. I'm sure Matt Gates is not feeling very comfortable today. Killers client, Joel Greenberg is facing charges related to bribery and sex trafficking. He's expected to enter a plea plea deal, and it's unclear though what kind of information he may share about Gates. Stocks finished higher on Wall Street with a late rally building on gains his company's prepare to report their quarterly earnings. Next week. The Dow gained 297 points. This is NPR. Live from the Texas newsroom. I'm Sasha Cordner. After another mass shooting in Texas, a gun violence prevention advocates says the legislature must take action. One person is dead and five others were wounded at Kenmore Cabinets and Brian yesterday. Suspect also allegedly shot a state trooper Jill Switzer, who heads Texas. Gun Sense says There are good bills this session that seek to prevent shootings. Unfortunately, we always have to spend too much time addressing bad bills that we know would make Texas less safe. The person killed in Brian was today. Identified as Timothy Smith Governor Greg Abbott today called on the vice president to close a San Antonio facility for migrant youth as a state investigates safety complaints TP ours. Maria Mendez has more. Abbott has followed up his accusations of abuse and neglect at a federal facility for migrant Children at the Freeman Coliseum in a letter to vice President Kamila Harris, who is serving as supporters are in response to an increase in immigration. The letter calls for migrant teens to be moved out of the site and details tips received by the state that they were not eating and lax supervision in showers and overnight. It also summarizes concerns that there is quote sexual acting out between Children. That gay teens are bullied. In a statement released after Abbott made his letter public. The Federal Department of Health and Human Services said it will quote continue investigating any incidents affecting Children's health and would take proper measures. I'm Maria Mendez in that it'll Texas lawmakers on Monday. We'll consider the governor's picked to join the Public Utility commission will make Adam's altering..

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"297 points" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

03:43 min | 2 months ago

"297 points" Discussed on WBUR

"Live from NPR news. I'm to Wayne Brown. Kentucky Governor Andy Bashir signed a bill today limiting no knock warrants. It falls short of the total ban sought by protesters and Briana Taylor's death, but is just Clark of member station W. F. PL tells us the measure eventually gained bipartisan support. Briana Taylor's mother to make a Palmer wipes tears from her eyes and stood behind Governor Andy Bashir as he signed Senate bill for into law. Measure puts limitations on no knock warrants like the one Louisville police had the night they shot and killed Taylor in her apartment. Bashir says the law creates meaningful change. It will save lives. Moves us in the right direction. Under the new law, police will only be able to use no not warrants an emergency situations or in cases of alleged violent crime. Police will have to be specially trained to serve them and will only be able to use them between six a.m. and 10 p.m. for NPR News. I'm just Clark in Louisville. On Capitol Hill. The House ethics committee has launched an investigation into reports of sexual and other misconduct by Florida Congressman Matt Gates. This comes as the outspoken Republican Retained two prominent attorneys from New York Gates is already the focus of a Justice Department investigation. Allegations against him include that he had a sexual relationship with a 17 year old girl shared nude images with colleagues on the house floor and accepted gifts in return for official Actions. Attorney Fritz Scheller represents a close ally of Gates. I'm sure Matt Gates is not feeling very comfortable. Today. She lives client, Joel Greenberg is facing charges related to bribery and sex trafficking. He's expected to enter a plea plea deal, and it's unclear though what kind of information he may share about Gates. Stocks finished higher on Wall Street with a late rally building on gains his company's prepare to report their quarterly earnings. Next week. The Dow gained 297 points. This is NPR. And this is 90.9. W b U R E in Boston and Lisa Mullins. Nearly one quarter of the Massachusetts population is now fully vaccinated against Cove in 19. For the first time, the Department of Public Health reports the amount of doses administered in a single day it more than 100,000. With the second day in a row. The number of people in the state who have died from a Corona virus is in the single digits. Nine new deaths are being reported. 711 people are hospitalized. One of the 10 Boston police officers charged with collecting overtime pay for hours they did not work. He is changing his plea to guilty. Retired officer James Kearns will plead guilty to charges stemming from his time working at the department's evidence warehouse. Prosecutors are recommending currents paid $20,000 in restitution and be on supervised release for three years. The company that hopes to build a wood burning power plant in Springfield is appealing the state's decision to revoke its air pollution permit. Sam Honzik reports the fight over the biomass plant in the Springfield goes back more than a decade. Last week, regulators revoked what's called the final plan approval because of the heightened focus on environmental and health impacts. State said it at the right to do so because the owner, Palmer Renewable Energy, failed to begin construction within two years of getting a final permit. In its appeal. The company questioned that math. It noted a lengthy court battle after the permit was issued, plus two laws extending permits during the great recession and again during the pandemic. The state previously addressed that argument, declaring that neither of those laws applied. The conflict now heads to an appeals process within the state Department of Environmental Protection. Regulators also must Act on the company's request for an emergency stay by.

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WBUR

04:09 min | 2 months ago

"297 points" Discussed on WBUR

"Live from NPR News. I'm Jack Spear, Florida Congressman Matt Gates has reportedly retained two prominent New York attorneys as he faces a Justice Department investigation into sex trafficking allegations involving underage girls. Spokesperson for Gates, confirming today The congressman has hired Mark McKay see and Isabel Kershner to leave his legal team in a statement, gate representatives, saying he will fight back against the unfounded allegations against him. Pensacola area Republican has not been charged with a crime don't potentially ominous development that will prosecutors have revealed the Gates associate Joel Greenberg is working towards a plea deal. The House ethics committee is also launched investigation into Gates. His conduct Amazon workers in Bessemer, Alabama, have voted against unionizing. However, W be a champ Steven Masalha says the retail wholesale Department store union plans to challenge the results. The union says Amazon intimidated workers, which the company denies. Organizer's plan on filing multiple unfair labor practice charges with the National Labor Relations Board. Warehouse workers and Bessemer, Alabama voted more than 2 to 1 against joining the union. Labor advocates were hoping this would be the first unionized Amazon workplace in the country. Reporter Steven Bas Ah ha Johnson and Johnson's vaccine supply has been erratic and is expected to plunge next week as NPR's Richard Harris reports supplies expected to improve once the Food and Drug Administration authorizes a new manufacturing facility. The supply of Johnson and Johnson's single shot vaccine spiked this week but is expected to fall sharply. Next week. That means many people who had hoped to get the shot next week will not. The White House says the supply will stabilize once the FDA gives the go ahead to a manufacturing plant in Baltimore. That plant had major production problems and has been taken over by technical experts from Johnson and Johnson. Once that plant is approved, the White House says JJ will be able to ship eight million doses a week through the end of April that will substantially increase the supply of covered 19 vaccines in the U. S. There's no word on when the FDA could act. Richard Harris NPR news New Pew Research Center report finds the Asian American population in the U. S has increased in every state over the past two decades. NPR's Hansi Lo Wang has more, According to the Pew Research Center's Analysis of Census Bureau. Population estimates the number of Asian Americans living in North and South Dakota has more than tripled since 2000. And West Virginia's Asian American population has also increased even as that state's overall population has been falling nationally, Asian Americans make up the fastest growing racial or ethnic group. Pugh has also been tracking perceptions of discrimination against Asian people in the U. S sense of pandemic began. In an English language survey last year, Pew found that more than one in four Asian American adults said they feared being threatened or physically attacked because of their race or ethnicity. Is he the one NPR News, New York and up end of the week on Wall Street, The Dow gained 297 points. The NASDAQ Rose 70 points. Today, You're listening to NPR, and this is 90.9 W. Bur. In Boston, only Somaliland's The State of Massachusetts is reporting almost 113,000. More people have received covert 19 vaccinations. This is the first time the daily tally has surpassed 100,000. Nearly a quarter of the Massachusetts population is now fully vaccinated. Boston University is the latest school to mandate the students be vaccinated against the coronavirus before they're returned to campus for the fall semester. You will allow exemptions for medical and religious grounds. Boston police say the men wanted for murder last winter in Dorchester, was taken into custody this morning on the South Shore. Police say Garin Gillespie was arrested in Mansfield. He's charged in the February shooting death of Brandon Williams and a federal judge is refusing to dismiss a lawsuit. The challenges the use of U. S Border patrol checkpoints nearly 100 miles from the Canadian border. The suit brought by the A. C L U claims that the checkpoints that far from the border are unconstitutional, it was brought on behalf of a man stopped by Border Patrol agents in Woodstock, New Hampshire. In sports. The Celtics play the Minnesota Timberwolves tonight at the Garden. Tip off time.

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01:51 min | 3 months ago

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"Socialist agenda that's focused on taking away the rights off hardworking families, while also bankrupting the next generation with mountains of Daddy by an administration has said the response needs to be massive because of the crisis is Tarrant County Public health director of any tenacious says covert 19 cases and deaths are slowing down. He says. Only 7% of the hospital capacity or covert patients over Tunisia says there are concerns over the variant strains which are present in 46 states. Caution. Yes, we're gonna be fine. We all love it. So yes, for all of us, but we need to continue to do our part. Make sure we're staying safe. Nature says a spring break approaches. Be mindful and try not to travel if you haven't been vaccinated at all. Governor Greg Abbott boosting security at the Texas Mexico border, the governor and Texas DPS, boosting law enforcement presence along the ground and in the air along the Texas Mexico border in an effort dubbed Operation Lone Star. The governor says drug smuggling is picked up in recent months and, according to Tarrant County Sheriff Bill Way born what happens at the border will flow through DFW. We are the crossroads in which things will be distributed out to the east into the West. Sheriff Way Born, says drug prices are already dropping, which to him indicates an increase in supply. Clayton Nevil, WB AP News TEXAS Business Real time numbers on Wall Street, The Dow up 297 points. NASDAQ Up 4 93 the SNP 500 up by 80. Again the high today 74. It is 67 degrees. This news also brought to you by the law Offices of nickname if from the W B A P. News desk. America Bushman Your next update at 12 30 24 7 coverage. WB ape calm But true Patriots Mark Levin gives a crap about Harry and Meghan. Honest to God. She's a Yenta whining and she gets into that family that destroys the family trying to destroy the monarchy. And then there's Oprah. Anybody mourning your relevant.

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