22 Burst results for "Accion"

Turning an economic corner?

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:59 min | 4 months ago

Turning an economic corner?

"So let us test at that premise. Shall we my vague sense. That maybe possibly kinda. Somehow we hope fingers crossed. We are on the men economically genus. Malik is it. The new york times during the holman is a bloomberg everybody. I got so Gina we're gonna save the prognostication thing for the end of our segment here. But i do feel like we have to spend some time on reserve jay powell and inflation. Mr powell spent most of his press conference on wednesday. I guess it was trying to deflect or beat back questions about inflation where the federal open market committee thinks. It's going how worried he is about it. He spent a lot of time saying in essence. We're not worried about it and if it happens we got it. The bond market on the other hand in the form of rising yields on the ten year treasury note said. Yeah no. i don't actually think that's right jay. We're a little worried What is going on. So i think that there is a real gap in timing here so i think what we're seeing in the ten year treasury note is that investors are both becoming confident that we're gonna see a little bit more inflation but also becoming confident that we're gonna see more growth. And so that's really what's moving that up but when you look at inflation expectations in the market. They moved up but they've really moved up sharply for term and then they're a little bit less pronounced in the longer term. And i think that's what people like to talking about when they say that we're not so worried about inflation in the longer term. You know there's a big difference from the fed's perspective between a jump up prices this year which they broadly expect and lasting inflation that becomes a problem down the road which they do not expect at this point. George let me ask you this though. Is it possible. And we heard a lot of this. You know back in the beginning of the pandemic and and when the recession was actually at its worst yourself into recession. Consumer expectations are a key thing. Can you talk yourself into consumers expecting inflation. Is that a thing. Do you think possibly what you can't talk yourself into is that consumers will want to spend at a certain time. So that's what a lot of retail chiefs are just hoping that even though what this week with retail sales is that they were down in the month of february a lot of the speculation was that we just have bad weather across the us. That is more of a blip compared to what the reality is going forward is more so thinking that that surge that we january will keep going. That consumers really will spin on that pent-up demand that everyone's kind of talking about in the retail world and then that will help Lift the economy less thing on on a routine yields gina. And then we'll move on the thing about it is that money will get more expensive right and then that could have conceivably a dampening effect win. Everybody's so ready to spend and go and travel and just do you know right and that absolutely something that fed is paying attention to and they've been very clear that if they see rates move up so much that they caused disorderly trading conditions in the treasury market so basically things get messy or be. They actually move up high enough to actually way against the feds goals and keep the economy from recovering than the feds gonna do something about that. But for the near term you know as long as they stay contained and sort of move up but not irrationally. I think what we're gonna see is a steady impatient fed. That just kind of you know watches. It talks about it a little bit but doesn't get to panicked values the new going. Yeah you know what we'll say. Okay anyway. sorry so jordan. Let us get to the retail. Chief you've been doing a bunch of reporting on what retail ceos are thinking once this you know trillion and a half perhaps a little bit more of of money that's on the sidelines gets going. How are they thinking about the after times in terms of how they're gonna handle that so when it comes to the time line the after times they expect happening in the second half of two thousand twenty one. So we're talking about the summertime that vaccinations were really be widespread and a lot of the ceo's. I'm speaking to operate the stores in the mall. So their idea is that the so called revenge spending will take place the fact that the ideas that customers revenge pending prevent spending. Yes something we saw accion. china ones. That government started lifting some restrictions last spring idea that people are tired of just you know shopping online in their want to go back out into the mall in like social gatherings in they're going to spend all the money that they've been saving up and so this kind of ideal yeah the revenge ending you hear it from ceo's of jack's which owns on to j. maxx marshalls on some other retail chiefs of use this phrase but the ideas like we have to wait and see. That's still something that don't know is going to occur but it's something that stores like kohl's forecasted for the second half that sales would definitely be stronger later this year.

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"accion" Discussed on Debate Amongst Friends With Doc & Prof

Debate Amongst Friends With Doc & Prof

07:34 min | 9 months ago

"accion" Discussed on Debate Amongst Friends With Doc & Prof

"And we're back. Lisa gentlemen gridiron and we are at the midway. Put into season. Doc like we do every single season we like to do these midseason awards. So are you ready. Because i am. Let's do it bobby. Let's get this less going on but let's start from the top the most valuable player in the national football league. Doc who you got. In why. I think i had to choose high so taboo against four two weeks ago which is crazy when you look at this little list. Here you have all been talking about. Oh but now that. They've been slacking a little bit. So i can pretty badly even tannehill tanning obviously of this counting yesterday's games but i would have to give it to mahomes. I guess i can only person that really easily person ever really into me remains consistent outside of like the oakland game and that might be why the game strike wonder worse james and the last two years at accion play. I'm going to agree with you. I think pasha homes will gets the nod for mvp. Feel like prior to sunday's game it would have been russell wilson for me but he he just did not play well at all at all here. Yeah the goes defense like the bills. Mafia ran wild over some seahawks Of course the talk of rogers is still out there now. We still got josh allen. Who had an incredible game bench heisman. Movie game i'll be in the average. He's delegated conversations. I mean that is highest gain. But it doesn't mean to win the mvp. Honestly i think before sunday's game you would have had me. Tom brady in their twenty. Four interceptions having huge states in passing. But now that. I'm i don't think he would have put them in a conversation. Though i can understand why you say that. But i don acute He wouldn't be in still. Unfortunately i would to me. I think people were talking about it. Prior to this these last two games really. I think we're talking about it like i said in passing. Yes you had twenty touchdowns four interceptions. He's really looking good but it's just is fallen off. I understand well. Let's move on block fences player offenses player of the year. The who you got an why offers played a year later. I probably would have put darren here honestly See here. But i probably would have a deja rehear or on me have put i. I don't know. I don't think you'll be able to marry because he missed a couple of games. Now he has he has devante missed a couple of games. Yes so it's like you're gonna put these people here than we might be by the christian mccaffrey year and the rangers article alpha camera as the office of played a year for the mid season and i agree with us. Well i think they gave out kamera because of his all purpose yards. Runner-up al cook because of his league-leading rushing touchdowns and davante adams who is still playing like a. But they all missed games this season and derrick. Henry henry's been consistent but he just had some you know less than derrick henry s games. I guess you can say definitely mean be considered anyone else though outside of outside of those four probably if i had to throw a name in the hat which hopefully he shows later might be decay macaire. I can see their cabins. Been on a path also arm the receiver from kansas city. Yeah yeah he's always ball. And i again. I think that it's it's kinda weird the way they do this but i can see why they wouldn't put him in only because the ball gets spread around so much davante adams. Obviously the ball goes him chimera him cook. You know. I don't think feeling gets as as be you're used to use to. I think yeah. I can see. This is a tough one. I would see. I can see somebody else getting it. Outside of the people mentioned all right. Let's go next defensive player of the year doc. Why based on. What i've seen are probably would give it to teaching. Why i actually agree with you. I think tj wasp bidden an absolute monster helping the steelers. Play top. Three defense in the league. This share of course. They are still undefeated as well. Which you know definitely had a lot to do with their defense of course held a helming. The frontline monster you know. I'm not sure why this myles garrett of day. I think he's playing okay but i don't think he's on the same level as and i'm from what i've seen now soon as our talk about. Derrick rose lebron james. Stop paying the understand completely. Tj for me. I can agree with you. Coaching doc who you got. Who's your cushy dear coach of the year. Why new who's not goes year tat. Yates not killed you. The no coast that needs to be fired of the year. that's again. I am happy with now. Give credit to the rangers at coaches at the end of the d. r. agnes is awesome. But i probably would say by tomlin before branch. Laura's even know what rattlers is doing in my as a may awesome but i mean to team is undefeated. You know i mean this is it. It's tomlin has. He probably should've worn coaster day last year as well to my opinion but i feel like i'm not giving love and he has a great win loss record too so you know stopping us coverage ow comeback player of the year doc..

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Human trials of British coronavirus vaccine to reach 10,000

5 Things

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Human trials of British coronavirus vaccine to reach 10,000

"The US is betting more than a billion dollars on a vaccine. That doesn't exist yet. The federal government has pledged to pay as much as one point two billion for early access to three hundred million doses of an experimental cove nineteen drug being developed in England. The vaccine is in early clinical trials at the University of Oxford and licensed to British pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca. The vaccine could be delivered as early as October but would still have to go through clinical trials before being administered the pledged money from the US as part of Operation Warp speed and effort to make a vaccine widely available by twenty twenty. One vaccine. Trials are happening around the world record paces but as George Washington University's Dr Leana Wen told the Associated Press. You could only move things so quickly. It's important that we have many different types of accion candidates because this is a new disease. We don't have previous experience with developing a specific vaccine. That's been effective against this type of coronavirus because it is new

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German company begins human trials of coronavirus vaccine

Morning Edition

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

German company begins human trials of coronavirus vaccine

"A German pharmaceutical company says it has begun to test a potential vaccine for the coronavirus and peers rob Schmitz has more from Berlin in the global race survey accion to stop the coronavirus German pharmaceutical company bio and tech has begun testing a potential vaccine on volunteers the German company is working with US pharmaceutical company Fizer it says it has given twelve participants doses of the vaccine candidate since April twenty third bio and tech said it expects to receive regulatory approval to begin trials for its potential vaccine in the U. S. soon NPR's rob Schmitz

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"accion" Discussed on Got Science?

Got Science?

10:25 min | 1 year ago

"accion" Discussed on Got Science?

"A lot of us are facing physical stress economic stress emotional stress and more. And we're all wondering when this will end for public health experts right now. All hands are on deck to figure out how this virus works. And how we can stop it. The CDC is sharing critical health guidance with Americans and the World Health Organization or W. H. O. is coordinating global effort and encouraging scientists around the globe to communicate with each other. A lot of us have our hopes that unaccompanied virus vaccine and I for one have lots of questions I remember from high school biology class that vaccines help our immune system create antibodies. The little molecules our body uses to fight off pathogens which are viruses or bacteria that caused diseases. But I didn't know how scientists make vaccines are how they can safely test a vaccine to make sure it works and given the scope and severity of the corona virus pandemic. Will anything be different about this process in search for answers? I got in touch with Dr Joanne. Welch an expert in immunology. Who's currently directing a vaccine project for group B. Streptococcus a type of bacterial infection? She previously spent years. Doing clinical research on meningitis vaccine and was able to walk me through the process for developing a vaccine and explain why some are easier to develop than others vaccine science like all science thrives on collaboration. So if you're looking for something to be hopeful about the good news is that we've learned a lot from the SARS and vaccines for viruses. Similar to corona virus and countries that have been able to sequence the genetic data of these viruses are sharing that information which will help scientists get to a vaccine sooner. But until we get there. I hope you all take care of yourselves and I hope that learning a little more about the process gives you comfort. A lot of things have changed in the last month but one thing that hasn't changed is the importance of Science Joanne. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you call in. It's a pleasure to be here. So we're in the midst of the Corona Virus Pandemic and. It's all consuming. We'RE ALL EAGER FOR COVA. Nineteen vaccine and we want it tomorrow but experts are saying it could be twelve to eighteen months before we have one. And that's where you come in you've been working on vaccine development for many many years. So could you start by telling us I just what a vaccine is and then walk us through the process for developing one. The basic premise of accion is that you are going to make a really safe and effective vaccine that when you administer it to an individual a healthy individual that you're gonNA get your body your immune system to make antibodies to usually a protein or sometimes a polysaccharide depends on if it's a bacterial or viral vaccine but a vaccine the way it works is that you basically are making your body make an antibody so that when you are presented with virus or an infectious disease bacteria viruses. Whatever that your body already has antibodies. So that when you inhales bacteria or a virus your body already knows what to do with it. You know. Armenian systems are pretty sophisticated. And if you already antibodies high-quality antibodies that will recognize the pathogen when it comes into your body than it would be to eliminate it from your system so then how do you go about developing a vaccine. It's a very usually slow and painstaking process. I I think that the first thing you do is learn. The most you can about the pathogen. And then you face late that target and then you created in the lab a formulation like let's say it's a polysaccharide that covers the surface of the bacteria. And you know that that's a major vehicle inspector major. Wake it's into your body so you're going to take all these cried and you're GonNa make a vaccine and then you're going test it in the lab in order to test it in the lab. You usually have to immunize animals to do some preclinical research and find out. If those animals would make an antibody to your vaccine that would then be able to recognize the bacteria or the virus and that's early stage development. You can take a short time or can take a really long time. And I think that in the case of I would say the fact that genome sequencing has gotten so fast and powerful that it's really decreased the amount of time that it's taken to identify the correct target on the bath again. So when you test this on an animal. How long does it take to figure out? If they've developed the antibody more it depends on the vaccine. But usually you give like two noses a couple of weeks apart. And then you take a small amount of their serum test that serum against live bacteria or live virus and you know you usually have different types of laboratory assays were. Here's a lot about tests kids these days but it's a similar idea that you have specific assays that have been developed that you know we'll give you the information you need an sorry can. Yeah clarify. What an assay is so. I'll give an example from Nice area. An injured it so in that case a very well defined test and that test means that you mix live. Bacteria with cumin compliments. And then you add your serum from your animals and then you mix it around and then you basically see if the antibody that raised in elicited in the mouse usually actually kills the bacteria and it's a very clear read out and it's functional so an essay really isn't involves mixing different components together in order to get an answer. Does that make sense to you? Because there's there's other kinds of like more like a very standard assay that you use also make you might even do this first before you go to quote Unquote Functional Assay. We're using why bacteria live virus. You might just have plate. That has like ninety six little wells and and you might just look and see if the serum from animal has just. I G G. Antibodies has a antibodies. And that's like a simple readout in which you identify oats. Antibodies there. But you don't know if it works Irma so it sounds like with vaccine development. You know are you can see very clearly right off the bat. If it's working or not yes and you know in the earlier days and again like a lot of them are easy. Vaccines were developed. I mean if we're not I shouldn't say any vaccines easy but I think with some of these these more recent vaccines. They've been a little born difficult. And for example there's a meningococcal vaccine that was developed and in that case they actually had to sequence the entire genome way before we had high throughput sequencing and use software to identify different potential outer membrane proteins and then by Brute Force. They tested six hundred of them and only turned out to actually have any functional antibody response so case. It's a really like you're doing a lot or you know you're making six hundred different proteins and you're seeing which ones actually will elicit an functional antibody in usually mouse model to begin with so. Are there different approaches to creating a vaccine? Yes and I would say that right now. We are in really like it has exponentially grown all these amazingly great ideas and I think that a good example of this is what's going on now with this current Iris. They learned a lot from the SARS outbreak and they learned a lot from merge you know the Middle Eastern respiratory virus so they had a good sense of how these corona viruses operate and how they in fact in your lungs and so by being able to quickly sequence the entire genome of this virus. They can really then. Honan and say okay. This is a critical gene. It makes this protein protein is critically responsible for infecting human lungs house for example. And so you know. I think that this new approach this new approach about it going straight to the sequence and using very sophisticated software. Really that allows you to determine. Okay this is expressed on outside and this is the critical factor. And that's what they've done with this corona virus and how they went from sequence being Babushka China in early January and. Who Spreading all over and letting everyone has access to it then. Everybody just got busy and so that's how it's pretty astonishing that we've gone from sequence to actually having some of these different types of vaccines almost ready for clinical trial. Actually two of them are in clinical trials and they have different platforms. Platform is like they. The company usually has like they develop a kind of technology to be able to move things along and again just because sequencing is so easy.

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Kudlow says there could be some ‘positive surprises’ out of next week’s China trade talks

Bloomberg Surveillance

03:14 min | 1 year ago

Kudlow says there could be some ‘positive surprises’ out of next week’s China trade talks

"Let's just get to the trade talks next week October tenth most people trying to work out to what degree the slow down economic ties constrains the administration's ability to carry on pushing China are you saying despite the weakness the way saying in the economy worldwide and in the United States very slowly creeping through that doesn't change the price for the United States going into next week. now look I mean if you aggregate all it now resides and I were about two and a half percent growth in the first half of this year and I think we'll get at least that much in the second half of this year so we're in a pretty strong position China on the other hand which is really bearing the brunt of these tabs I've been through there the bag currency or price cuts or profit losses for supply chain movement there in much worse shape by the way those Chinese numbers I know if you saw the Harvard study you gotta take the Chinese GDP and subtract about two percentage points all right so it's a much slower than people thought now. I want to have the negotiations our team is growing and open minded so this coming week Monday and Tuesday if I have this right there will be new additional. conferences negotiations at the deputies level and then Thursday and Friday of next next week at the principals level everything's on the table we'd love to go back to where we were in may yeah we were a lot closer and you know all the issues the commodities the tariffs the ownership the force that transfer of technology the I. P. theft the cyber hacking all that will be on the table and China has been buying some commodities that's a good will gesture so let's keep an open mind I don't want to forecast I'm just saying this is a good thing we are calling Anson these negotiations October fifteenth the terrorists are set to go up what you need to see from the Chinese are those talks next week to prevent that from happening. I would want to make a judgment these their calls that would be made by the president we have a very strong negotiating teams you know about survival I Hauser secretary Steve minu chin no predictions I I never do that all I'm saying is because the accion Jonathan better to talk and not to talk coming into this China has been by and some commodities the small amount but perhaps a good sign we postponed our next days Tara dates as a good will measure so let's see you never know you know. there could be some positive surprises coming out of these talks okay I'm not predicting I'm just saying don't rule that that out there could be some positive surprise well Larry a lot of people be watching this just thinking you're trying to get the market up by improving the mood music around the tri story that's told specifics one of the things you want to. true I don't I can't move markets neither you nor I can.

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"accion" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"accion" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I think that we had known this that it was coming but I think she was I think she was nervous Julia was still not quite ready so I was in my senior year of high school and I worked really hard the first half of the year because college applications and then when I got into college I think I didn't work as hard it's spring break and I I I I didn't go anywhere accion doing nothing and then my mom old me that they've gotten an email from a woman named Sandra has like who's that I have no idea and she my mom said Xander emailed and said hi I think your daughter is my daughters half sisters according to her and so she said in the email my brain was just no no no way know what but my mom said that's your half sisters mom and so after she emailed I looked her name on Facebook and I found a bunch of people because of I guess it's somewhat common name but I found the one that was a woman with a daughter around my age and I look to the daughter and I was like okay I remember it like looking through each for the chain being like okay the fourth profile picture definitely looks like and I felt like I was making myself believe that she was my sister and I was just like no way my name is Caroline.

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"accion" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"accion" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"Vaccinate your family is a good resource as well as the CDC website. We have a page dedicated to vaccine safety. And I always said, I send people to their, you know, quite often the other thing that can trouble parents is not just the vaccine themselves, the virus that they're protecting against, but the additives in vaccines, particularly fine Mirasol or other things. Mercury can you talk about what is added to childhood immunizations that might or might not be a problem regarding Mirasol Mirasol is actually not currently in any of the routinely recommended childhood vaccines. The one exception to that is some multi-dose vials of the influence of Accion, but all of the rest of the childhood vaccines. No longer contain thi- Mirasol saw was removed from vaccines in the early two thousand out of. Abundance of caution though, there had been no studies to indicate that Mirasol was harmful to children wonderful, but it's not an immunizations for the vaccines anymore, correct. Good. I would like to talk about treatment of diseases when they come, I have had a number of patients say, well, I'm not going to immunize, and if my child gets pertussis, or if my child gets tetanus, or if my child gets meningitis all I have to do is bring them in to you, Dr Meaker and treat that what is wrong with that kind of thinking? Well, it's important to note that even with treatment, some of these diseases can still result in very serious complications, and even death. So treatment doesn't necessarily protect the children and prevent complications for the children vaccines before getting disease are the best protection for children..

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"accion" Discussed on FinTech Insider

FinTech Insider

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"accion" Discussed on FinTech Insider

"Small banks in order to meet the needs of merchants. Who, again are left out. And so it's a very ambitious programs. The first of its kind in the world, and we're trying to buy by transforming the small banks, we can reach these very small mom and pop shops who today are living in a cash world. I don't think a lot of people realize, especially when you're talking about a single business owners, the vast percentage that are women that are driving to globally, the impact you can make from that standpoint. It's incredible. Absolutely. There's a huge gender issue. Most of our clients are women, and they are left out of the banking system, all around the world. We see that everywhere. So you became CEO two thousand nine right? Is that correct your before that you were involved in the CEO search and then your wife looked at this story and said, why aren't you apply for this? Yes. Although all the credit, you know, my wife, she, she said it with a slightly different. When I I was being asked to join the board. So my wife, I met in the Clinton administration. She was a speechwriter for both Bill and Hillary Clinton. And she had done some research on accident and written a speech that Hillary Clinton gave and, and then I was being recruited to join the board long before. And she basically politely said. They want you. And she says the same thing when yes, she was very supportive. She also spent years in government and in the private sector and then worked at UNICEF at the last eight years. And so we're try- sector. The private sector, the public sector in the nonprofit. Yeah. A little power Cup. I love that. And it's, it's very New York. It's a very good way. So join in two thousand nine that was interesting times in the world..

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"accion" Discussed on FinTech Insider

FinTech Insider

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"accion" Discussed on FinTech Insider

"Time our clients in the United States, generally walk in with credit card debt and Ben FICO scores. And so we have work. Due to help them repair their, their dad and get on the right track. So we're in New York you live in New York. You do a lot for New York is more or less nation. It's just is, it's a massive massive has a massive economy as a massive population. And when it comes to financial inclusion of tonal work, you can do here. If I read right, you have served as a chairman of the New York City, economic Development Corporation for mayor de Blasio, correct. The mayor and I met and have been good friends ever since the Dinkins ministration. And he asked me to chair, the New York City, economic Development Corporation, is my day job. If you see is my hobby, though, I very much, it's, it's, it's a small government controlled corporation, whose mission is to try to energize and revived lies strengthened. The New York City economy and though many people don't see them as related. I think both axion and DC are catalysts and believers in market forces. But believe that you can jump start those market forces, I actually see them very, very related though my friends in the international world, don't really. Know about my interested in government. And my friends, municipal government, really just on the internet. But I see them as very related. You know, you have a very unique background that for me just makes sense that you become the CEO of excessive. I mean, honestly, I mean, you think about your background because you did quite a bit in the like you said the government's base in the political space, right? Dinkins even with several different mayors in the city SEC, right? Ministration staff. It's okay. Okay, I'll give you the the credit there. I mean you've you've worked on that side and then you've worked in big banking. I mean you had a very successful career at city you've worked with. I'm going to run through this list. And you tell me if this is true or not Jamie diamond Arthur Levitt, Robert Rubin. Chuck prints of all been people you've worked with. Yeah. Yeah, Cindy wile and John Reid, and I've had a great, we're hall t shirt. To do that. Arthur, Levitt at the so, so, yes, I've, I feel very lucky in terms of the people, I've gotten to work pretty closely with earn from I also feel very privileged to have the role. I have now and you're right. At least for my view, I spent a dozen years in public service trying to make the world, a better place spent a dozen years on Wall Street, highly transactional, enjoyed it very much for me. Exxon is combined the best of both worlds. We're trying to change the world and make the world better and day to day where doing venture capital, investing and buying and building banks that are trying to bring financial services to people who otherwise would be left out. How is the if you look at look at the US, for example, when it comes to the big banks? Do you think we've made significant movement there with the issue of financial inclusion and the big banks participating in that space and you're looking up into the sky thinking about this answers? I am. We're trying to change the banking system. So the banking system generally works pretty well for rich people, and rich companies and for the most part, ignores, billions of people at the base of the parametric. I'm we are trying to show that you can bring financial services to those people who've been left out and do it on a commercially, sustainable, viable and profitable basis that is what we're trying to show. And when we do that, the larger banks will start to be much more interested, and they are. And they are I think a lot. We partner with MasterCard and JP Morgan and city and several of the and they're interested in our work because they're interested in trying to figure out how to service, the needs of the base of the pyramid, and they're also interested in the innovation that we're seeing all around these great sandboxes. They really are those companies, you're pointing to and I think the banks in our opinion, eleven us have definite..

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"accion" Discussed on FinTech Insider

FinTech Insider

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"accion" Discussed on FinTech Insider

"So proud. We say that digital makings only one percent finished. That's right here to say. Financial inclusions only one percent. That's right. That, that is how I see it. I think. And even when you look at the access the we've made great progress many of those accounts are doormats hundreds of millions of those accounts, dormant. So think about whether that mean that means that account hasn't been used for a year. Now, if you have an account that hasn't been used for year what does it really mean? It means you receive some probably government benefit and you took it out, and cash, and you never went back and you don't even think that you have that account. So it really is you're still living in a cash world. So we're one percent is probably right. And the probably the biggest obstacle is, is the education that needs to happen, as well as the evolution of the products and services that people have the same tools that, again, here, we take for granted feel blog post on definitely or in New York. You are a New Yorker. I am so we and it's fintech week here. New York's first week, April specifically, what? On doing in the US short short. We are the largest microlending network in the United States, where direct lender in the US. And we have affiliated entities across the country and the market in the US is a little bit different. We end up making a small loans roughly up to about fifty thousand dollars of the banks here. It's a very well Bank country, obviously, but the banks generally are not interested in making loans blow million dollars. And they're only.

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"accion" Discussed on FinTech Insider

FinTech Insider

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"accion" Discussed on FinTech Insider

"And you're insured for that as very, very specific bicycle insurance. And they sell it coupled with by school. A lot of people used bicycles, as their primary motive transportation, and if it gets lost, or stolen, they can't, they can't get to and from work, and they can't do there, but you can get icicle insurance for a year. Very finite. Very specific. So people know the value that they're getting so insurance, insure tack is one of the exciting new trends that we're seeing all around the world. I like Jim talked and talked about top you little bit because I think I read a quote that you had I'm going to say you did this quote this just going, okay. You can you can you think you said India's in the world of financial inclusion is the center of the world right now. Absolutely absolutely inversely more that I was on a panel, the not not all that long ago, and they said, tell me the three most exciting things in financial inclusion today, and I said, India, India, and India, and I would say, I was probably understating it India has just got back from India. And we took several of our board members and friends of Exxon. We have twenty partners today in India and we have invested over fifty million. If you look at several maps, here, it's just one big orange spa. Exactly. We have a lot going on, and we're just there's so much innovation going on. The government has really led the effort to create a universal ID the Ottmar for one point three billion people that's biometric and a whole series of innovations that they refer to as the India, stack has it's a high priority for the government, and the Reserve Bank of India to create a financially inclusive, India, and they're very, very supportive of innovation. And we're just seeing something great, great creativity all trying to tackle some of the most difficult problems..

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"accion" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"accion" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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"accion" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"accion" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"But are you going to go out on the road? I am when when are you gonna have time, right? You know, those three weeks between this one and this one that's what I'm going on the road. But aren't we doing that other thing then huh? Okay. So that included so you're going to do weekends. I am going. Well, we've got dry. We've got dry con. Okay. And I'm going to go out. There's a good chunk of. Okay. Three weeks. Oh, all right. Yeah. And it'll be home right in time for that other new rose for the wicked tits out ready to run. That's right now, I'm excited because I haven't gone in a while. And this is a new bunch of girl worked the world is now down to a well oiled machine, and I'm not going to sing this tour. I don't have time to prepare song. So I'm going to host tell jokes and just do some time and get out there and be the face. Yeah. Whip some with these girls at tissue. Yeah. A little bit. And then I'll come back and we've got some dancing to do. Now. You know, Janet Jackson now has a resident in Vegas. Are you a fan? I am a fan of John Accion. Yeah. I mean, not like I'm a fan of John one of my best friends at home Ivan Ivan Diller, he's a huge Janet STAN the same way, I'm Madonna's. Stan, right. So we've always he'll post them about John I'll go, but it's not Donna was Vava. Don, Jose, John it. So I would love to go. See John it in Vegas, John. It doesn't I've seen her on tour. You have seen her wartimes times. She does a killer lower. I can't wait to see it. I'm so excited. And we did get to interview her at K to you were you there for that? I wasn't I lead that interview. I think I was there with ralphie Marino at that time..

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"accion" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"accion" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"That autism is the worst Accion reaction. But so now it's one in four one in one in four one in forty kids has autism. But you have one in eleven having allergies. You have anxiety disorders. I really think that what's going to happen. And and I don't know this to be true. But it's my suspicion is that all these axioms are causing some level of harm to our children in some form or fashion. Yeah. In some form, or fashion. So that's why I am relentless in calling myself, the world's number one antibac-, sir. Because what I'm really calling for is scientific study of vaccines and what they're doing because I think that if. The real studies are done we're gonna find out that this is one of the worst ideas we've ever had. And maybe vaccine should only be, you know, you know, reserved for those terrible cases where some disease coming around that's gonna kill half the population. And who knows if that's going to happen or not? Yeah. I mean, I I tend to think that better nutrition and sanitation has been responsible for the drop in infectious diseases. In fact, the journalist pediatrics agrees with me on that they have done their own studies that are kind of shocking to people where they'll say that, you know, they think only one to three percent of the drop in deaths from infectious diseases can be linked to the axioms and the other ninety seven to ninety nine percent is increased you know, sanitation and food safety. So maybe we should be looking at it from the. Standpoint of let's try to have a healthy immune system, rather than you know, a shortcut to nature, which is a vaccine, that's the most important thing. Let's come back and take final phone calls in a moment on coast to coast AM next hour. We will talk about the twenty second anniversary of the incredible Phoenix story. Now, you can get show updates and connect with other coast fans when you join the coast to coast AM Facebook page, Facebook dot com slash coast to coast AM and click the like button. Jay. Donald Trump says. Grounding, all Boeing seven thirty seven eight nine.

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Symptoms of Vaccine Side Effects in Dogs

Let's Talk Pets

04:45 min | 2 years ago

Symptoms of Vaccine Side Effects in Dogs

"Is no. Extremely great vaccine. It works very very well. And we've been able to document the literature that this immunity waikele lasts for a long period of time. Whereas for Kalisa virus and herpes virus, the immunity just doesn't last as long, and it's a combination of things that's different target that we're going after a different type of virus. It's more challenging to get that immunity to stay up there. So sometimes when we're seeing in having a conversation with our veternarian, there may be different recommendations for different types of vaccines. So in other words, the veterinary may recommend getting one type of Accion every several years and other type of axion more frequently depending on that cats risk. So another example of how it's important to have a communication with your veterinarian because vaccination is not a one size fits all opportunity. I don't think. Absolutely. And and I would also say if you have concerns you have reservations, I needs to be an open dialogue. So you really need to talk to your vet. And certainly let them appreciate what your worries might be. They may not be founded or they may be founded. And so the only way to really explore that and come up with a solution that you're going to feel comfortable with and that you're gonna feel is gonna give your animal. The best protection that you feel appropriate is to really have a very very open discussion about these risks benefits. Do you have any statistics at hand or in your mind about how frequently these diseases that we vaccinate four appear in our our populations have cats. Well, there are some good data that are actually beginning to come out. And so it's really challenging to oftentimes figure out how frequently they occur because for instance, they're not generally reportable. Right. So we don't know as veterinaries how often they occur unless there are specific studies that look into them. And so it depends a lot on the cat population. So so for some of these types of diseases, it's not unusual for five percent or even higher of cats that are out in an area can. Actually, be infected with these with these types of irises. And so there's a group that is called taxi, and it see a PC, and you can go to that website. And they actually are starting to track feline leukemia and FIV virus status based on certain types of tests. And so that can be a way for those types of diseases to get a better feel for kind of what's happening. But I think the biggest important message here is although some of these viruses may not be incredibly common in our pet population. We certainly when we see them we definitely see them on these unvaccinated animals and the results of these diseases are far more devastating than any possible negative component of the vaccination in my opinion. And I think that you would agree with me. Absolutely. I remember when I was working in clinical medicine saw kitten that had been born Ren shortly after birth had been exposed to pan leucopenia. And so it causes an error, basically it attacks the Serb in the brain. And so this cat could not walk. Properly. It would fall over these are horrible horrible circumstances and situations that happen, and I'm sure every veterinarian has got their stories of what they've seen. So you know, it's really about. How can we do the best for the best number of animals? That's kind of heartbreaking if you think about a twenty five dollar vaccine could have completely changed the outcome for that cat. And I think that happens every day. So I am very very happy that you're with me today to talk about these things because I feel like people trust remorse and internet headlines in making decisions and really the best answer is communication with their veterinarian. Wouldn't you agree? Absolutely. I mean, I think, you know, Dr Google has a place, but we have to be a little bit cautious. Anybody can put information on the internet, and so going to reputable websites if you have questions bringing them up with your veterinarian, I think these are all really important ways of making sure that information, you get is valid and defendable. I have a t shirt that. It says I'm smarter than Dr Google. I love it. It's my favorite t shirt, but it's it's a little bit tongue in cheek. But use the information that you find on the internet to start a conversation and ask do not hesitate to reach out to your veterinarian or retail to

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"accion" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"accion" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"We are back with Zoe Kravitz. You got a good Australian exit mine that good say might how did you do that? You know, someone taught me how to make the sound the I sound it's really had like the OJ phone. That's the hard sound hardman because I can't say, no, I can this is slow socially. This is closest to know. I can get. And what I do is. I combine night I start to say nine. But then I change it at our. Yes, I've night. That's good. But that's but yours is better better. I think if you instead of going straight to the night, go a little bit of oh, I know. Oh. Oh, you're done. Oh that is so hard to do have you spent time in a little bit. We did reshoot for Mad Max and Australia. But we didn't we weren't there. Very long. I think it was for about a month. You were in that last madman saw that. So right. Okay. Wait a minute backup. Either have an ear for accents or you. Don't. Yeah. You do. It's like music to me. You know what? I mean. It's if you haven't ear for music, I think it's if you have pitch you're listening to sounds right now, I could say because it's not easy. Okay. I think some people are there's a part of that. Yeah. Either good at or you're not cannot fucking do a strenuous. It's hard good. I just had to do an English accent in fantastic beasts and where to find them. That's right. You're in that show fabulous way that I think he will. Kohl approve of it. I think it might be her guy in England. I bet it is actually. Yeah. Yeah. You did an English accident, you know, English and Austrian very trade. Grade one and not the of. Yes. See because my show Accion has has obliterated my English. I can't do in English not anymore. Did you work with coach? I did. Yes. I did. I worked the coach. And I was there in London for a long time. And it was scary though. Because when you're surrounded by actual Brits. Yeah. You know, they're staring at US. The name one. I think I think as an actor though, there's a sense of being a medium and embodying that the person I think that you Michelle you would be able to do an accent. If you around the other people, and you embody them as an actor, and you sort of because you are medium, you are you can emulate people's behavior. And I think that's what happened stralia, and I've spent him there is is difficult. I think it would come and I'm really good with accents in the language. Like, if I spoke French, I'm really good at the the inflections and accent, but Australia, you do a good Irish accent. Oh, I'm not great. Really? Yeah. It's just a judge in Ireland's got talent. So I'm there a quite a bit. So I hear it. Yeah. Their accents are very sing song. Like it depends on where you are also regional accents there in England. They're all over ninety drill you. They're different. What what region what English accent? Are you doing did a very posh English? Yeah. So London proper. Yeah. And what did the coach tell you? What were the when you started with the coach? What was what were the number to the top three things your coach told you about doing is English accent? I mean, I think what happens for a lot of people is that when you do an accent. That's not your own. You can become very flat. Right. You can kind of lose your personality your thinking about so many things, and you're just you lose the inflection. So I think she was really great at keeping the song in mind. You know, what I mean, keeping the different kind of notes and rhythms that you hit when you're when you're speaking. And I'm a very, you know, abstract learners. Would use kind of colors feeling than kind of give me out. You know, it's kind of like a rough sound. You know what? I mean, the things that really that click with my brain young if you were in the middle of San and you did something you went that was fucking terminal. Yeah. I would either stop or I would say to the director, please don't use that. I heard I meant park. Yeah. Yeah..

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"accion" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"accion" Discussed on WJR 760

"And since we started doing these shows here on WJR four five I don't know six years or so ago, it has to be true that the not necessarily the prescription given by doctors to those who are suffering from pain has increased, but seemingly I it's now front-page news. There is a story. And as as of last month at the end of may, for example in the state of Michigan. There are new laws now to reduce patients risk of opioid addiction. And I it's a I guess a package of measures passed in. I think it was back in December the curb the. Overdose deaths in the state so at the end of last month prescribers of drugs like vicodin, and you mentioned those and even look Tylenol with what did they put in Tylenol with codeine are required to educate patients on the risk of addiction at? That's absolutely, correct. Unfortunately, you know, this hit home a very good friend of mine's just lost their twenty five year old son two weeks ago to an overdose. And he got started as a high school athlete. With over over the counter, and then to Accion Vicadin, and he the brain requires a chemical into to release dopamine in the problem of drugs is the more drugs. You take the more drugs you need because your body build a resistance up to the chemical and once you can't get the prescription drugs anymore. People are trying to street drugs, and they're being manufactured in. God knows what's in those where the doctors some of them what will perform surgery, others might use injections. There's all sorts of ways that they're suggesting that they've been educated on to us to try and eliminate the pain being caused by the problems in our bodies as I say from head to toe in every everywhere in between. And and most I'm saying a majority of the people who come see you at the painfreelifecenters lower back areas. Lower back is probably seven lower back and neck is probably seventy percent of what we see in whether it's spinal stenosis, degenerative disk, or herniated disk. Or bulging disc or arthritis or a threat of pain? The laser doesn't know what your condition is the laser just knows where we put it. And so whatever the condition is we treat that area. So if you have a bulging disc, we can reduce the size of the bulge. So it doesn't herniated if you have spinal stenosis, the laser will remediate, the calcium build-up stenosis is a Greek word that means choke. And so it's actually the, narrowing of your vertebrae around your spinal cord later will stop at from from progressing, actually relieved the pressure on the nerves that run through your.

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"accion" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

Rich Dad Radio Show

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"accion" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"The discount coupon code rich, and they can subscribe at a fifty percent discount alleged right down Russellville. They should everybody should listen to so now interest rates going back to interest rates the reason that I'm so concerned that interest rates are going to go higher is not just the fact that the fed is increasing the federal funds rate, which they've been doing now since the end of twenty fifteen very graduate. It moving it up by a quarter of a percent every few months. But the real thing that they are doing is they are reversing onto -tated easing. You'll remember that during the crisis. They had three rounds of quantitative easing where they created three and a half trillion dollars and use that new money to buy bonds pushing up the price of the bombs and driving down their yields. Or in other words, driving down interest rates what they're doing? Now is the exact opposite. They're doing quantitative tightening rather than creating money. They are literally destroying money. They are literally destroying fifty billion dollars every month. How are they doing that? How are they doing it when they printed money, they bought mostly government, bones and bones issued by Fannie Mae, and Freddie MAC and up until a year ago when the bones matured, they took the cash, and they bought some funds just roll the bomb over in other words, but now in the bones mature instead of buying new bombs there take. Taking the cash. So it's effectively they're selling the bonds, which means that when they sell the bums a fifty billion dollars a month now out of the financial markets. Someone else has buy those bonds. So they started this graduate a year ago. And they've been building up speed started off at ten billion dollars a month. And then the next quarter twenty billion the next quarter thirty next quarter forty up to fifty billion. So the first year they destroyed three hundred billion dollars. But now during this order, they're going to destroy another one hundred fifty billion and another one had been fifty billion in the first of next year and hundred and fifty billion dollars in the second order. And so so in other words, they are sucking dollars out of the global economy out of the financial markets, and when you destroy when you destroy dollars Muser few dollars, it costs more when you want. Rent dollars. In other words, when interest rates move higher. So that's so really simply went from quantities in which was printing money, and we're now in Q t quantitative tightening, which is destroying money. And and then does that raise inflation? No that doesn't that doesn't impact the inflation. Election. Trump's at Accion flation is the next point the reason it interest rates are likely to go higher, and that is because of the large tax cuts and spending increases that took place almost over uric US budget deficit is becoming larger and also the government is spending more money. So that the economists and that their greater stimulus would tend to cause more inflation. But also when the government has to the budget deficit this year the year ends September thirtieth pissed ended recently the budget deficit was more than one hundred billion dollars higher this year than last year is expected to keep growing higher. So that means government is going to have to borrow more and more in when the government borrows more dollars that tends to push up the cost of borrowing in other words interest rates, and especially at a time when the fed is destroying money. So there is less. One dollars in the market for the government to borrow..

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"accion" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"accion" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

"Are they events if it's before they open, but if I'm a borough not going to take the chance, even though I don't know what the consequences are going to be. I'm going to say, hey, guys, lamb, you know, know that I wanna waste in the van on a podcast. I know a couple thousand people listening to it, but you know, I don't really think I want to do that and take a chance. And the thing is the way that we schedule our meetings. Like I said, you know, we want to promote the bruise, our meetings, our educational. The first piece of every one of our meetings is some type of education around Burleigh, sometimes of education around variety of things. But if it's going to be an event, I don't want to put that type of pressure on my breweries that we work with in ocean county. I don't want to put that kind of pressure on them to utilize one of their twenty five bullets. As I said, the j. before to utilize one of those twenty five events for an event that is not directly revenue producing. Charity be it actually revenue producing for the brewery. So that's some of this thing we talk about the Bruges, the educational, what we do is education. That's the purpose of our club of our organization of our socio. Now, back to James point again, are you Accion event or you just ten guys who sat down at a bird together and just happened to be drinking beer the brewery, I'm not allowed to bring outside beer into a burry. That's if it's event that that came up again, that came up with the tone would on seas on day when it was supposed to work without gash. And there was a local kerfuffle, whatever..

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"accion" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"accion" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Radio romney isn't while welcome back at see pack until he apologizes for his harsh statements about then candidate trump during the 2016 campaign dave original the president tweeted we need a wall writing that ms thirteen gang members keeping deported but keep coming back fox news fair and balanced good morning jail virginians time is now 702 mark caesar the austrian school district is already rejecting president trump's idea to arm certain teachers aist board president kindle pace till cbs austin it's not the teacher's job to carry a gun and protect children who are armed atherosclerosis officer on every as upon that's one thousand that's not like there's not arm frassoni many aitken's high school parrots are still uneasy after a former student was arrested for showing up on campus with amber what a backpack superintendent dr paul crews says it's going to take everyone in the community to have safe school even if there is a consideration or thinking that they heard or saw something it's the taliban adult on that campus so that we can take immediate action to make that oliver schools all of our students and staff members are say the weapons were found on campus drivers who kill people for drunk driving cases and injured people in travis county now face a new team of prosecutors the district attorney's office has set up a team that only focuses on these felony cases k accion reports the new serious effort is a big change from the previous year's and travis county match you foyer is one of those prosecutors he's on call twenty four seven you have is seen as south and axa reconstruction anything hit a couple of vehicles have possible chemical evident blood alcohol samples advertise and he says getting out to the scene leads to tougher more successful prosecutions as recently as 2016 the county da held zero trials in these types of felony driving cases immigration agents make another round of a captures of illegal immigrants in central texas this latest round up place to focus on both central and south texas here in austin alone 45 illegal immigrants were arrested but across the two regions the total number of arrest was 100 and 45 and quite a good many of these people eighty six to be exact have criminal histories including agreed gis offenses like sexually assaulting children deadly conduct drugdealing and aggravated assault.

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"accion" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"accion" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The tax line four one five said not easy but the warriors survive they'll take it to start the road trip and 6'5 oh said lakers put a major fight but the warriors always find a way to win well most of the time they find a way to win they improve to us sixteen and five on the year although a busy night in the nba i love nights like this got games all over the place pistons man they are good with reggie accion and in the moves they've made their out of the pistons are going to be a team that's going to be heard from i mean i love avery bradley given them not that defensive identity and then of course drumming up front tobias harris rounding into his own they're they're starting five is solid is anybody's man in and that the benches okay um you know with with langston galloway and they are canard and in smith but tall averbukh this this pistons team could potentially make some noise in the east now we know how top heavy the east is with boston in with cleveland and cleveland spin on an absolute tear lately but i got news for the pistons that's a solid basketball team right there and you know it wasn't just because the warriors play bad that the pistons beat him at oracle a couple of weeks packed detroit had plenty to do arafat thunder fall to eight in twelve russell westbrook at 37 points tonight in an el they don't defend they don't defend aaron gordon had forty tonight the thunder can't stop anybody you got three i so ballplayers they really don't like playing defense mean georges a pretty good defender westbrook couldn't care less about defense in mellos terrible but roberson that your stopper steven adams i mean yeah they're good in doses but you need in the nba to.

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