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"alex steele" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:54 min | 9 months ago

"alex steele" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of 1%. Tender down to 30 seconds. 10 Year your 100.93% gold is down. $7 Young's down 4/10 of 18 76 and West Texas intermediate crude down 9/10 of 1%. 47 77 a barrel. So again recapping stocks Rally s and P up 34 up 9/10 of 1%. I'm Charlie color that is a Bloomberg business Flash. Charlie Bell. Thank you so much. We appreciate it. Let's set the Bloomberg Business Week agenda. We can do that with pretty Gupta Cross. That's that reporter for Bloomberg News on events. Signorelli Global macro strategist for Bloomberg News. He's on the phone from White Plains, New York pretty. Let's start with you here. It's a It's another holiday shortened week, although we are seeing a little bit of a lift to the tape here, perhaps on the back is Charlie Polish, just reporting on the back of maybe some fiscal stimulus moves? Absolutely. I think that's what's driving all the price action today. And you're not just saying this in the sector stories. You're seeing this in the benchmarks to mean the Russell do thousands. Really When I had my eye, honest this nonstop Rally you've seen for small caps, and a big chunk of it simply comes from this idea that this bill was a must pass bill the way that it was structured. The stimulus bill was attached to the spending bill, so it had to get a vote. It had to pass on by that kind of inevitability that factor that's really what led to small caps out performing today, On the other hand, that you're actually seeing some of those gains fade a little bit, so an interesting dynamic stimulus. Definitely the key driver. So Vince's You talk about talk to you some of the traders that out there on the street for the ones who actually are coming in to the office this week. Up important is this stimulus plan to seems to be a lot of just a lot of noise around Then I guess we shouldn't be surprised that that you know the president now saying he wants more money and so on and so forth, and I'm not sure I can even tell the players without a scorecard, But What do you hear when you talk to traders? I think what? What traders really getting their arms around you? Yes, we have student was, though, but it's a little bit like Brexit on by the rumor, Sell the fact. Yeah, I think by and large, everybody expected this to pass. There was no way The pope. There was no way I decided to really politically go go forward and have a you know a Grinch stealing Christmas kind of thing. And as unemployment benefits run out, no one get money, etcetera. So I think this was a little bit built into risk, Which is why we see Um, you know, stocks just up to I mean, I say just up 200 the doubt but I mean you you would have expected, I think of much, much bigger push if this was a big grand stimulus bill, So we wait on the Senate now, and we wait to January to see, uh, if if if the Senate slips Democratic If they do, you will see a massive rally to start the year. But at the moment $2000 stimulus check isn't gonna happen is that as I wrote the block post back in my heyday is a traitor. $600 check. Didn't cover my bar bill. That's right, going back to the tip of the nineties into 2000 it pretty. It's in string here. Just kind of looking at the bond market. Pretty quiet here. We got the 10 year trading at 93 basis points. What's the expectation here is we go into January, and maybe people start discounting what a Biden 1st 100 Days will look like absolute. So we're still on that 1% watch and we have been for what seems like a very long time. And a big chunk of that simply is coming off this idea that a cyclical recovery that you're seeing Obviously, the stock market that will show up, cross asked. You'll see it in bond. You'll see it in commodities. And when we start to see that sector story really explode when talking about airlines, you're seeing travel demand return, potentially even generating Dare I say a little bit of inflation. That's when you'll start to see Treasury yields go back above 1%. The question is, When does that happen? I believe if you're looking at kind of Bloomberg economist forecasts, and a lot of that pricing is happening in The second quarter of 2021. But the big question for the bond market and right now is simply going to be how much of a kind of pull back do you see in the first quarter of 21 21? A big chunk of that is going to be that stimulus, not the current package that we're talking about, but further stimulus rounds you've seen President elect bite and talk about it. Even Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has been a key physical negotiator. Even he's mentioned that Going into the next round of negotiations. Caesar. The things he's gonna want include so at the end of the day. This isn't the last stimulus package that will be worked upon in Congress, and that's what markets are really gonna be watching. Hey, Vince. I'm just you know, we could talk about the dollar a lot over the last couple of months, Really showing some weakness? Little bit stability here today. What's the what's the call in the currency markets here? We've got Brexit, I guess kind of done. We've got our fiscal stimulus done. We're gonna have a transfer of power. What's the kind of as you look at 2021 on the current market? Some of the themes that you're looking out for? A lot of people are going into 2021. I would take a majority of the market is short dollars. With the expectation dollar will fall. That is further stimulus is pretty mentioned is going to come. There's no reason to the haven trade per se, with further stimulus, emerging markets, currencies and perhaps even Europe will will do better than the dollar. But there's a lot of question to that. With additional stimulus, especially if the Democrats take the Senate. You're gonna see a surgeon US heels the voters on January 5th We break 1% on January 6th. If If Georgia goes democratic, you could see a really big surge in 10 years and I'm talking like 1.5 possibly 2% going into the second quarter with that. You won't see inflation straightaway. So there'll be a big boost in real yields in the dollar, and we could see the big dollar cell trait turn around and flipped very quickly. And if people aren't nimble, going to get caught in that, I think the dollar could actually end the year next year. A lot higher than where it is now. Vincent in pretty literally. Alex Steele runs from the television studio to the radio studio at this time to make our show, and I we We let her catch her breath. But she's now with us, Alex, Thanks much for joining us for the next couple of hours. Yeah. What we're talking about? No, you know it, Vince. You say that and that's like a totally counterintuitive you The real yield reversal of the dollar's sell off like that would be crazy if that's what we really saw next year. I think a lot of people would think it's crazy. I prefer to be in the minority camp. I've never really made a lot of money trading when I was going with everybody else. You just ask him how he trades Sterling and the cable ratings will hate you forever. I have scars on my back table. That's something everyone else who's ever done it now. I think you know, we We've seen the dollar trade fight the majority tape for like the last four years. Whatever everyone thought it was going up, it went down, and when everyone thought it was going down, it went up and I have just a funny feeling. That's gonna be the case because there's a two sided, You know to me. It's it's double edged sword for $4 short. If you get the stimulus, you'll see a big boost in the U. S. Economy, big boost in yields That should be dollar positive. If you don't get the stimulus and think in the end or you're going to see a haven trade come on, and that's good for the dollar as well. So I've I'm not buying the argument that the dollar is a big, selfish ones A pretty just quickly remainder of the week. Anything that we should be on the lookout for? Can we just have a nice quiet week? I wish we could. Honestly I'm gonna kind of go off the back of the conversation We just had. I think the dollar is going to be the key thing to watch this week and going into 2021. Not just for the FX kind of moves. You have C, but it also echoes across asset classes. You see it happen in the stock market. And commodities, of course and Treasury yields as well. So the dollar should be should be the North Star for everyone. All right, guys, thanks So much pretty grouped across asset reporter Bloomberg News, joining us in a Bloomberg Interactive Brokers studio and been Signorelli global macro strategist for Bloomberg News, joining us on the phone from White Plains. New York and, you know it's interesting out thinking about.

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"alex steele" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:43 min | 11 months ago

"alex steele" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"About Bam insured municipal bonds, influential conversations from Bloomberg Television. Here's Alex Steele joining me now a Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson, alongside Bloomberg balance of power host David Westin. David. Thank you so much. Alex. Kevin. Thank you very much for being with us. So I guess recovery is the buzzword for Starbuck. That's for much of the world right now. Give us a sense of where you believe you are in the recovery at Starbucks. Do. The recovery has actually unfolded faster than we anticipated. Give you give me a couple of data points at the low point in April. Are US business was comping minus 65%. And in the month of September we come minus 4%. And in that, minus 4%. We still had 3% of our shores closed, Which was, you know, accounted for probably 22 points of calm. So from minus 65 minus four in five months, China In the month of February, we had 90% of our store's closed and in the month of September, they posted a positive calm. So that that recovery has unfolded faster than we thought. Now we did implement all these new store protocols in our store so that we can operate in a safe way, even with Kobe. And so we're focused on those experiences that customers were seeking right now, which characterizes experiences that are safe, familiar and convenience. And that has fueled are recovered. Hearme or interviews like this one on Bloomberg television streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and Emma Bloomberg Mobile APP or check your local cable listings. Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day at Bloomberg dot com. The Bloomberg Business APP on Bloomberg Quick Take. This is a Bloomberg business Flash.

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"alex steele" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"alex steele" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Oh, my God. This is so easy when you know who this is right? I know who it is. Okay, but I don't know Song. That's okay. A little share for us. Dave Wilson. I think even maybe Alex still might have gotten here. Well, no, probably not. Probably. Well, who knows? I mean puzzle like a diva. But I'm referring to that clause, Sweetie. Alex Alex Steele, who we love it a door with a cz. You know you work with her and that she could never get the song And it was it was it Zeppelin that she increased. There were heaven. Stairway to happen. Did not get stairway to heaven Know anyone like every rock radio station top soccer? Exactly, And so? So we give her really, really hard time, rightfully so. But of course, what's the title of this one house divided? Yeah, you basically it has divided So there you go. That's early share really share right for that. That after is that with Sonny or without that's without? Yeah, Okay. In the early seventies, it was I was listening to AM radio in New York at the time, so that's probably the only reason I remember that one. But you know, the House divided, mean kind of works is a concept because that's what the chart is about, and the divide is between the performance of homebuilding stocks and bank stocks. I mean, builders have been setting records. For months. Now, if you look at the the S and P 500 industry index and banks, shall we say have not anything but, you know, look at today with the way that the J. P. Morgan City Gripper than falling And it's It's more of the same, you know, just to give you an idea. You know, As of Friday, when I would put together this trying with housing index was up 38% for the year just wild and the S and P 500 Banks index was down 33%. So that's the kind of contrast we see. And Michael Hartnett, who's the chief global investment strategist of Bank of America knows what was going on and then look back historically. And as the chart shows, the two groups tend to move together, which, if you think about it kind of makes sense because of an economy is doing well. Thanks for letting a lot of money, among other Ah, recipients are people buying houses so You know, this year has been a very different story and the way he sees it, he wrote about this, like a say on Friday point. Am I quoting here? Either housing buckles or banks play catch up. So in other words, he doesn't expect this kind of disparity toe last. If you want more folks, Sammy Mail gets the chart destination that goes with it and everything I do. Going forward. The email address is the Wilson at Bloomberg dot net. That's D Wilson at Bloomberg dot net. Right. So, you guys if you were betting men His house buckle or just RD banks play catch up. Hey, What do you think? Well, I'm glad I don't have to make that a little said it's going to go one way. Look, if a guy who's making this call isn't leading one way or the other far be it for me. To think. Oh, I can do that. All right, with my hat in the ring, Okay, Urine and Paul, you know that. That was a cop out. That was a cop. Back ahead. I think you go along the banks if you have You know, if you have that 12 months scenario where we're going to get to the other side of this, some of these evaluations, you know, they're just extraordinary on the bank side. That's what we we here. But boy, it's awful tough to make that call right here. Yeah, I'm just looking at city. I mean, you're looking at a P of nine. Forward B, You know, I mean, you got you got a dividend with this puppet, You know, like there, There are reasons to be in it's down 45% this year. Yeah, Dave. How much of the housing stock movement is record low interest rates plus people just fleeing the cities. Yeah, I mean, there's no doubt it's a big piece of it. You know, Money's cheaper. There's demand to get away so that that's gotta be part. I just saw a headline it I just gotta mention it because I know our audience is going to care. The golfer Dustin Johnson dropped out of a PGA Tour event. After having a positive test for covert 19. Wow. And they took off was pretty pretty safe right? Because it's done a great job. Yeah, right. Think it's only been at less than a handful? Oh, okay. All right. Well, Dave Wilson. Thank you. So much for the chart and the sports update for the day. I do what I can. I know you do. You always do. Davidson's going along a bit later on with his stock of the day. All right, let's speaking of Ah, National News. Also World news. Let's check in with Nancy Lions over.

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"alex steele" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"alex steele" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And loungewear pull on pant and sleep where it's really So in this environment, I'm curious as to how you plan Because there's a bit of confusion as to if you know Jason's going to wear dress shirts and dress pants again in the next two years, you know, and even if things open up if he's still will, How do you plan for that? We spend a lot of time looking at trends and analyzing Trans Elsie's artificial intelligence. For a lot of our basics in order to make smarter decisions on how much you're going to be purchasing, and inevitably you run out of stuff. They have some overstocked with two things that I have to say that You guys have done a pretty good job making it through spring and summer, and we looked at what we think Fallen winner is going to be but things that'll screw up things that you just didn't think of. You can't plan for, like, you know, if we have seen this When certain states had spikes in Koven. Demand goes down over the summer, when you saw the Southern states, Florida, Texas, California have spikes. You saw the demand go down as you see the spikes start to the seed. A man goes back up. And supply chain issues. Anything that you've run into in a meaningful way up to this point, and what's the status now? We knew several months ago that we were gonna have some of our global every couple of weeks late, which were prepared for it have dealt with but generally leave, divested ourselves of being rely upon anyone country or anyone factory. So what we've seen is pretty good deliveries and expect that into the back part of the year. But again, you know I can't stress enough. It's not really the supply chain coming in. It's going to be delivered on the other side. It's going to be on the other side, right? Right, drum. I gotta bring something up. Alex Steele and I were just talking about it in our chat. You were the President J. Peterman. And I just think that is the coolest thing ever as a longtime Seinfeld fan, like did you really dine out on that at cocktail parties? That must been amazing. And was kind of amazing. I didn't living in London for several years prior to that, and to be honestly, I did not know the clientele connection when they recruited me to come to Kentucky. It was just the coolest thing human with an awesome person. Awesome guy. Yeah, loves him a lot. But unfortunately, the business model was not really set up for success. And it was a short limbs. And that's Jerome Griffith, the CEO of lands and for a full conversation. Be sure to download our business week. Extra podcast. He talked at length about His own history in the fashion business. He's had quite a journey and looking at land's end through a bit of a different lens as we alter our shopping habits. Well, you're listening to Bloomberg. BusinessWeek coming up. Speaking of fashion of a different sort, We catch up with the CEO of its women Ista. She's got an ICO conscious swimwear line. Yep, this is Bluebird. There will be progress. Trying to figure out the future of your business is keeping you up at.

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"alex steele" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"alex steele" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Get to knit tops and lounge where pull on pant and sleep where it's really being So in this environment, I'm curious is too how you plan Because there's a bit of confusion as to if you know Jason's going to wear dress shirts and dress pants again in the next two years, you know, and even if things open up if he's still will, How do you plan for that? We spend a lot of time looking at trends and analyzing translate these artificial intelligence. For a lot of our basics in order to make smarter decisions on how much you're going to be purchasing. Inevitably you run out of stuff. You have some overstocked with two things, but I have to say that You guys have done a pretty good job making it through spring and summer, and we looked at what we think Fallen winner is going to be but things that'll screw up things that you just didn't think of. You can't plan for, like, you know, if we have seen this When certain states have spikes in Koven. The man goes down over the summer. When you saw the seven states, Florida, Texas, California have spikes yourself. The demand go down as you see the spikes start to recede. Bang goes back up. And supply chain issues. Anything that you've run into in a meaningful way up to this point, and what's the status now? We knew several months ago that we were gonna have some of our fall delivery a couple of weeks late, which were prepared for and have dealt with, but generally we've divested ourselves of being rely upon anyone country or anyone factory. So what we've seen is pretty good deliveries and expect that into the back part of the year. But again, you know I can't stress enough. That's not really the supply chain coming in. It's going to be delivered on the other side. It's going to be on the other side, right, Right, drum. I got it. Bring something up. Alex Steele and I were just talking about it in our chat. You were the President J. Peterman. And I just think that is the coolest thing ever as a longtime Seinfeld fan, like Did you really dine out on that at cocktail parties? That must been amazing. It was kind of amazing. I didn't live in London for several years prior to that, and to be honestly, I did not know the clientele connection when they recruited me to come to Kentucky. It was just the coolest thing human with on awesome person. Awesome guy. Yeah, loves him a lot. But unfortunately, the business model was not really set up for success. And it was a short limbs. And that's Jerome Griffith, the CEO of lands and for a full conversation. Be sure to download our business week. Extra podcast. He talked at length about His own history in the fashion business. He's had quite a journey and looking at land's end through a bit of a different lens as we alter our shopping habits. Well, you're listening to Bloomberg. BusinessWeek coming up. Speaking of fashion of a different sort, We catch up with the CEO of it. Swim in East A. She's got an ICO conscious swimwear line. Yep, this is football. It's a view of the J. Foreigner here. CEO of Rocket Mortgage Making The right financial decisions has never.

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"alex steele" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"alex steele" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From Bloomberg television here's Alex Steele for more oil I'm joined now from London my death curry has of all a global commodities research over at Goldman Sachs Hey Jeff of the rhetoric is that there is a pollutant from call intensely the U. S. envoys of and out Russian envoys are gonna meet and talk about potentially oil curbs eccentric what are you hearing about that yeah the noise suggests that there could be a potential cuts between OPEC Russia in the U. S. you know ten million barrels per day I love the book before we talk about what this would do I want to go back and just really talk about the magnitude of the demand shock we're talking about currently ninety six percent of the world's GDP is currently has some type of social distancing measures in place the impact in oil is far greater than the economic impact why because oil is the cornerstone of social interactions and globalization and as a result when we look at the impact only the man's usually true S. what we're seeing in terms of economic activity you know that the bottoms up approach that we do come to a number of roughly twenty six million barrels per day that's probably bigger Japan has relapsed still crack down harder that number could be higher thirty million barrels a day you're more interviews like this one on Bloomberg television streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings market breaking news twenty four hours a day all this is a business flash good morning from London I'm Sandra can help with this pretty big business functional European and US equity futures are pointing to a significantly lower open that these as president trump warns of a painful two weeks ahead as a country that grapples with the coronavirus a bit of a down day really to start the second quarter on the phone is a bit of a mixed trading day in Asian stocks off to PMI's showed contraction of pop across most of the region that tracking on Japanese equities in particular the Nikkei closing down four and a half percent KOSPI down three point seven percent in Seoul we've seen Chinese chess fluctuating between gains and losses after the collision pay might beat estimates the CSI three hundred though currently down three tenths of a percent but do keep an eye on the hang sang cutting down two point seven percent of the standard chartered and HSBC both suspended dividend payments.

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"alex steele" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"alex steele" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg radio Bloomberg dot com conversations from Bloomberg television here's Alex Steele turning now is Adam Jonas Morgan Stanley global head of auto insurer mobility research I want over the longer term but we have to focus on shorter term impact here from the virus where are we on sale what's over price right now so working with our colleagues in Asia and globally at Morgan Stanley on the corona virus issue Chinese production we expect Canada is on it's one or two to get back to normal sometime in March in the mid to late March that could present some components supply supply problems into the spring and early summer selling season we don't expect supply disrupts the U. S. are forecast over the next two months let's say that sad the impact on demand it which is even more on quantifiable is what we're working on to look at three right now with our colleagues whether it impacts consumer sentiments bought US auto credit willingness to lend ability to borrow that kind of thing is that is what we're much more concerned on the demand side rather than the supply side it's just too soon to tell okay is there a type of company or any company that's better position to handle this and others like ones where supply chains are might not as affected we are working through that right now the shares a supply of complete vehicles from China to the U. S. it's the minimus that's really not a factor but the auto industry is so diversified as the ultimate global supply chain at this point it's just degrees of how much you're hurt here more interviews like this one on Bloomberg television streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings breaking news twenty four hours a day all this is a is a slash from Bloomberg's European headquarters in London I'm rushing hearing with this Bloomberg radio business flash that we sing a bit of a turnaround actually in futures really within the last half hour or so European futures was a modestly optimistic U. S. futures modestly hasn't missed it but we'll see both US and European futures now turning very much into the grain stocks fifty futures one point one four percent German futures just over one percent.

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"alex steele" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"alex steele" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From Bloomberg television here's Alex Steele so comments are rushing to downgrade forecast for China's growth going to be key to where we go from here the latest numbers from the street now point to first G. P. expanding three percent year on year or less and contracting when measured on a quarter on quarter basis joining us now is any Simon is ours asset management co head of emerging market debt so Denise when you take a look at the virus what is the result a trickle down in terms of margin market and Chinese wrote I think the market's expecting a downturn in Chinese growth I think the focus is now on how this spreads outside of China so I think the market was expecting a downturn in China the virus and stayed there and was contained that we at the market was expecting to see a pick up towards the end of the year I think the focus now is really and what's been for the last couple of days is the spread outside of China but when I look at asset prices in emerging markets credit has actually been very resilient you've had it is actually cop three to four percent both across sovereigns and corporate credit dollar denominated I think that's because you know it is higher credit quality and has benefited from the decline in U. S. treasury so there's been some spread widening but not a lot not enough to offset the decline in treasuries you're more interviews like this one on Bloomberg television streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings breaking news twenty four hours a day this is a Bloomberg business slash from Bloomberg European headquarters in London on Sunday can help with this Bloomberg radio business flash now it's another down day in Asia amid heavy volumes of trading after the S. and P. five hundred fell the most since two thousand fifteen yesterday Japanese benchmarks are both down eight tenths of percent with the KOSPI sliding one percent and the hang sang currently lower by nine tenths of a percent more modest losses in China but we're currently seeing the Shanghai comp down Hoffa percent meanwhile U. S. equity futures slightly higher now the growing number of virus cases in career has seen the one full to its weakest since twenty sixteen now down half a percent the auction one is holding above seven the yen has.

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Learning to Weld

Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto

03:07 min | 1 year ago

Learning to Weld

"On Friday. We put out the corner table video video which came out really good. And as some Bob before we hit record are the welding on the table Dannon I looked at at one we were done and Dan goes. You'RE NOT GONNA win any awards for that and it was A. You're you're right and on camera I would explain like I'm still learning. Don't just Gimme a chance. I'm still learning but when I went to go at it the video none of it showed up like there's not enough detail. It's not close enough and so I'll just cut that part out and make it look like I know what I'm doing So just know that the tables perfectly fine I got some good penetration is just not pretty but this week my buddy jol. WHO's a professional fabricator? He's coming over and we're going to shoot a video on getting started in welding and and what you need to look for. And he's is going to help me with my technique because it's going to be really important here and a couple weeks when I start attacking in the go kart together because that's gotta be saving for me and the other people and if it's not good I can't I can't I can't race it so I need to. I need to get my technique down before before. So Joel Washing He's GonNa come over and he's he's he's GonNa hold my hand again and we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA get it all on camera breath very Zena. Hold the hand. That's holding the welding torch. The other both of them that Patrick swayze ghost scene. It's going to be. We'll have some nice music playing in the background. Oh man that's all. We talked about this off off camera that you know it. It is totally different to have somebody who knows what they're doing. Give you like five minutes of dedicated dedicated teaching hand experience with somebody rather than just fumbling around and takes you so much less time. You're getting immediate give. Yeah exactly you can mm seat rather than like waiting a week or two weeks and then getting feedback from the Youtube comments when your mind is an entirely different place I had tons of people. Tell me that Oh you should go. You know work with Alex Steele Bill. When you're doing the blacksmith thing for the first time I'm like well that's awesome? Yeah I would love to live somewhere else and I did this three weeks ago so you know like it it. It didn't work but having somebody there to give you just a few minutes of instruction hands on is awesome which is probably why the classes are such a success for you Jimmy. Carr's people were getting that in a group you know great. I say it all the time when I first learned my shop bought. CNC Try playing with the Safa by myself. I didn't know what what I was doing then. I didn't go to youtube videos. I just try to make it on my own and then I was so confused. I sat with somebody one of the teachers at maker Faire and I sat with five minutes and that was my whole entire education and from there it got started. So that five minutes of clarity clearing up some MM stuff that I had learned playing with it on my own. Got Me completely on my way

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"alex steele" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"alex steele" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Trip is also to reassure Iraqi Kurds of American support after president trump decision to withdraw all one thousand US forces from northern Syria I'm in Kate's and I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters Amazon is doing the Pentagon over a ten billion dollar cloud computing contract that was awarded to Microsoft Amazon said it filed a legal complaint yesterday with the U. S. court of federal claims seeking to challenge the decision Tesla shares slumped over six percent Friday after the electric car makers newly unveiled pickup truck the cyber truck elicited mixed response on Wall Street this while many analysts said the particularly futuristic design may relegate the truck to nation vehicle status China and the US are not exactly on the same page in the developing trade deal between the two nations Chinese president xi Jinping said his nation wants to work toward a phase one trade agreement with the U. S. that's based in part on equality president Donald Trump doesn't share that view on fox news trump said I didn't like his word equality because we started off so low this can't be like and even deal because we're starting off on the floor and you're already at the ceiling so we have to have a much better deal a Florida state court judge ordered the co founder of the E. cigarette maker tool labs to answer questions under oath in a case involving a woman suing the cigarette maker Philip Morris USA members Charlie Pellett reports while jul has challenged of the judge's order it is the first time that these Silicon Valley start up whose been dragged into a thicket of long standing tobacco product liability litigation since it sold a twelve point eight billion dollar stake of the company to I'll treat a group which owns Philip Morris USA the maker of Marlboro cigarettes jul has asked the judge to set aside the order for the deposition noting that the company isn't even a party to the case which originated more than a decade ago before jul was even in existence Charlie Pelham Bloomberg radio global news twenty four hours a day on air and it took took on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg these birds Alex Steele in full swing the phone number each and every week.

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"alex steele" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"alex steele" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Fluential conversations from Bloomberg television. Here are David Westin and Alex Steele equity markets started the week sharply lower news trying to trade talks just might be in trouble. And then they came back. So when we learned the China's top negotiator will visit the United States after all this week underscoring the extent to which the market has priced and a successful trade deal. Welcome now Lally, touch, although his J O H senior fund manager. So welcome loggerhead here. So did the market just essentially price in one hundred percent. I think so I think that's today. Everybody assumes deal is going to get done whereas saving the two parties rational. They both will win from a tray. And so I think the risk is the non consensus view, which is the deal doesn't happen. How much risk do you want to take on? I say that because we're saying negative yields now in Germany, again, you're not seeing any movement in Italy in the tenure, but like what is that telling us about the risk appetite and the premium we're not willing to pay. Well, I think what's interesting is really looking at, you know, I think China from the trade. So let's start with the US economy. Right. US economy. He's actually a fairly close economy. So I think if you just look at the trade impact from low it meet mean from a girl's perspective, it's a very small adjustment. Maybe thirty or forty basis points the biggest risk from the US perspective. And I think this is the argument against people who say they're gonna hide out in the US is what happens to see your confidence. What happens to future investments because that's what's going to determine futures. You're more interviews like this one on Bloomberg television, streaming live on Bloomberg com and on the Bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings. Global business news twenty four hours a day. Dot com. Tiffany book tock Twitter. This is a Bloomberg business flash. That European.

"alex steele" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"alex steele" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg markets with Lisa Abramowicz impulse weenie. Are we on the brink of a more serious downturn? I've always thought of the municipal bond market as little bit of a safe haven. Banks are going to have to start paying the depositors more. A we still in that mode. We're buying the dips breaking market news and insight from Bloomberg experts has should look. Treasury bills provides a high return to stocks and bonds here in the US with him. Consumer is women you're more likely to be a growth company longer term interface can go down even with short-term still going up a little bit. This is Bloomberg markets with Lisa Abramowicz on Bloomberg radio. Good morning from New York for our worldwide office sitting in for at least Abramowicz. This morning is Alex Steele coming up. We're going to take a look at big tech are the big tech companies at risk of being broken up. And we'll also take a look at the municipal bond market. It is Friday. So we look at noon on Fridays, but first let's go to John Tucker for a Bloomberg business flash. John, Alex and Paul we are looking at stocks that are lower the dollar that is lower treasurers kind of flat break. Now. This all comes after disappointing jobs report US hiring plunging in February with the US economy, adding just twenty thousand jobs at the same time average hourly earnings they outperformed rising three. Point four percent from a year earlier, maybe stoking some concerns about inflation constant hunter is the chief economist at K P M G. This is what she had to say.

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"alex steele" Discussed on Creators Collective

Creators Collective

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"alex steele" Discussed on Creators Collective

"It is Justice stupid easy finish to apply. Wipe it on a wipe it off. It's not bulletproof. It's not. I wouldn't probably use it for something like table top. But for the stressor, that's what the client wanted. So it was kind of nice to take that decision out of my hands out of my head. I didn't have to have an on what I was going to finish it with. They said, yeah, we don't walk on it. And I was like awesome. So that's my tool of the week is wacko. Danish. Oil sweet. Guys. I'll see everyone next week. Thank you Paul for coming on and make you for having me. And you know, maybe you can do my out show for me. Do you guys letters? What you got Zac? What's your favorite tool? So I re- I ordered a granite surface plate from Amazon. Yeah. I don't really know. Actually what I'm going to use it for. But I know I'm going to use it a lot like I don't have. I didn't buy it for anything. But I know having it all use it for stuff. So it's way bigger and heavier than I expected. I got the. Whereas twelve. Something like that. Yeah. And it's actually like eighteen and a half by twelve by three inches high. And it's heavy enough to smash the crap out of your fingers if you don't move them. I mean, it's probably like eighty pounds at least. So if we get a hurricane I'm hiding underneath of it. It's on top of my workbench. Yeah. I don't know. I mean the. I don't like I said, I know it's like an incredibly precisely flat surface half ten-thousandth. Nice. So I still don't know exactly what I'm gonna use it for. I mean, I don't really flat in a lot of planes anymore. Use it for like finding the center of the blade. One of those hike gauges that rests on it that you could just height, and you could scribe like the center of of a blade view. Put like Alex Steele, always uses Lou dyke. Yeah. Put on a night. Yeah. He uses a surface played a lot when he's like finding center of blades grind in the bells. That's like I need to get one. Because I just got that Bridgeport mill when I'm starting to get some machining tools. So, but let me know how you like yours. It's it's I mean, it's just a big flat big flap. It's gonna be great. Yeah. It was like hundred bucks or something from Amazon. It. It's for what I'm doing. It's definitely way bigger than I thought it was like two inches thick or it's it's huge, Shannon. Rogers actually, posted one of a granite bench. Top twelve inch sick eight foot long three foot wide within half a ten thousand. What what how much that? Don't no thousand dollars in credible. Seriously. Cool. What would you got Paul? What's your mom?.

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"alex steele" Discussed on Creators Collective

Creators Collective

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"alex steele" Discussed on Creators Collective

"It is Justice stupid easy finish to apply. Wipe it on a wipe it off. It's not bulletproof. It's not. I wouldn't probably use it for something like table top. But for the stressor, that's what the client wanted. So it was kind of nice to take that decision out of my hands out of my head. I didn't have to have an on what I was going to finish it with. They said, yeah, we don't walk on it. And I was like awesome. So that's my tool of the week is wacko. Danish. Oil sweet. Guys. I'll see everyone next week. Thank you Paul for coming on and make you for having me. And you know, maybe you can do my out show for me. Do you guys letters? What you got Zac? What's your favorite tool? So I re- I ordered a granite surface plate from Amazon. Yeah. I don't really know. Actually what I'm going to use it for. But I know I'm going to use it a lot like I don't have. I didn't buy it for anything. But I know having it all use it for stuff. So it's way bigger and heavier than I expected. I got the. Whereas twelve. Something like that. Yeah. And it's actually like eighteen and a half by twelve by three inches high. And it's heavy enough to smash the crap out of your fingers if you don't move them. I mean, it's probably like eighty pounds at least. So if we get a hurricane I'm hiding underneath of it. It's on top of my workbench. Yeah. I don't know. I mean the. I don't like I said, I know it's like an incredibly precisely flat surface half ten-thousandth. Nice. So I still don't know exactly what I'm gonna use it for. I mean, I don't really flat in a lot of planes anymore. Use it for like finding the center of the blade. One of those hike gauges that rests on it that you could just height, and you could scribe like the center of of a blade view. Put like Alex Steele, always uses Lou dyke. Yeah. Put on a night. Yeah. He uses a surface played a lot when he's like finding center of blades grind in the bells. That's like I need to get one. Because I just got that Bridgeport mill when I'm starting to get some machining tools. So, but let me know how you like yours. It's it's I mean, it's just a big flat big flap. It's gonna be great. Yeah. It was like hundred bucks or something from Amazon. It. It's for what I'm doing. It's definitely way bigger than I thought it was like two inches thick or it's it's huge, Shannon. Rogers actually, posted one of a granite bench. Top twelve inch sick eight foot long three foot wide within half a ten thousand. What what how much that? Don't no thousand dollars in credible. Seriously. Cool. What would you got Paul? What's your mom?.

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"alex steele" Discussed on Creators Collective

Creators Collective

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"alex steele" Discussed on Creators Collective

"That's usually it's usually me. Anything? We wanna talk about that. We've been working on how about you James. I'm doing video on inlay dub tales. I know. It's not metalworking. But. Yeah. You did a fantastic job. Look for like a minute trying to figure out how you even go about doing that. And I just stopped looking at. I'm a mess today. The no worries. So yeah, I always made things as a kid. I started out with like model planes and making drones. And then I started working. And then gradually. I saw blacksmith thing on the internet. I made a little forge. And it just kind of took off from there for the first year. I wasn't really doing like much blacksmith thing. I had an anvil on a forge. But I made like a couple of bottle openers like a knife or two. But then when I found like Liam Hoffman's channel, and like Alex Steele that I knew I had to kind of take it to another level. And I built my press, and I started making axes and hammers and stuff. So nice much. Yeah. So what's your what do you sell the most of definitely hammers? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Just out of curiosity. So that I can figure kind of balance like how many like how many how many do you think you sell like even give maybe a month? I don't know maybe like ten or fifteen it's not it's not crazy right now by some other stuff on there too. It's it's really it blows my mind how many people like the demand for forged hammers. It's yeah. There's a there's a good amount of people that want them, and there's a lot of people making them too. Yeah. It's surprising to me. But I think it's I think it's a I mean, obviously, it isn't. As much as I'd like to say like, oh, you need to have the super nice custom forging hammer to be able to do stuff. You really don't. And I think that's actually really cool that people are paying for the craftsmanship and their time and the effort and the thought that that went into making him because honestly, I mean, you don't need one hundred fifty two hundred dollar however, much hammer to.

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"alex steele" Discussed on Creators Collective

Creators Collective

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"alex steele" Discussed on Creators Collective

"That's usually it's usually me. Anything? We wanna talk about that. We've been working on how about you James. I'm doing video on inlay dub tales. I know. It's not metalworking. But. Yeah. You did a fantastic job. Look for like a minute trying to figure out how you even go about doing that. And I just stopped looking at. I'm a mess today. The no worries. So yeah, I always made things as a kid. I started out with like model planes and making drones. And then I started working. And then gradually. I saw blacksmith thing on the internet. I made a little forge. And it just kind of took off from there for the first year. I wasn't really doing like much blacksmith thing. I had an anvil on a forge. But I made like a couple of bottle openers like a knife or two. But then when I found like Liam Hoffman's channel, and like Alex Steele that I knew I had to kind of take it to another level. And I built my press, and I started making axes and hammers and stuff. So nice much. Yeah. So what's your what do you sell the most of definitely hammers? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Just out of curiosity. So that I can figure kind of balance like how many like how many how many do you think you sell like even give maybe a month? I don't know maybe like ten or fifteen it's not it's not crazy right now by some other stuff on there too. It's it's really it blows my mind how many people like the demand for forged hammers. It's yeah. There's a there's a good amount of people that want them, and there's a lot of people making them too. Yeah. It's surprising to me. But I think it's I think it's a I mean, obviously, it isn't. As much as I'd like to say like, oh, you need to have the super nice custom forging hammer to be able to do stuff. You really don't. And I think that's actually really cool that people are paying for the craftsmanship and their time and the effort and the thought that that went into making him because honestly, I mean, you don't need one hundred fifty two hundred dollar however, much hammer to.

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"alex steele" Discussed on Creators Collective

Creators Collective

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"alex steele" Discussed on Creators Collective

"She how can drag out the awkward silence. Whoever lasts first loses. That that would be. Bad jokes. The best is. Couldn't pass on that one. Thank you Jefferson that win. Let's get into what we're watching reading or inspiring us will what you got to talk my internet's working. I know we've actually had him on the show before. But Shaun Boyd's liquor cabinets part two video it's a two part series. It's part one part two. But I only caught part two. I felt like I jumped right in the middle on that watched the ending, but it was incredibly it's not really my style of furniture. But they was just really really super sexy head mechanical TV lift that he repurpose to make to to raise like liquor cabinet. So you press the button and all the liquor storage comes up, and it was just coup project. That would we go. So yeah, I got. James, haven't you? I have to go with Alex Steele the sword that he just made is going to make someone bankrupt. But he just finished his Viking sword. If you haven't watched Alex deal where have you been and he is auctioning off, and it is absolutely cool. It's like a it's it's a twenty dollar ticket to get to the auction and starting bid is five thousand dollars. It wouldn't surprise me. If it's somewhere around one hundred thousand. What's that like one hundred fifty eight part video? Yeah. He was actually thirty eight videos, two and a half months of him. Uploading like every other day. I'm going to do that. Now where each each bolt is a separate video. Lowly slowly get to the end result. I'm just not a multi party video Kenna guy. I think he lost Viking sword. After like episode three getting the the overall video here soon. But but he actually just announced that he's moving to to Minnesota. The other to sketch Juan. Manitoba? Let's see. Montana. North minutes. That'd be kind of fun to have him here in the states. Yeah. That's actually not far for me, technically. Yeah. As Montana's just south candidate, right? Yes. Yes. We boarder a drove there in February power hammer. That's right. Cool. You're probably are you going to Jimmy's anytime soon. No, not that. I know I could like creepy show up. But yeah, we're gonna be there November eighth twelfth. Relation up anybody know walk in there and just see how long until just hide in the bushes at something Oculus in camp. And then afterwards without telling anybody. My weekend at Jimmy. They're all just really far shuts through. No shots. Like oh. What's he up to? And just be heavy breathing. That would be so good. I'd watch it. Get get arrested. I can't have actually in Texas for the good of the land fest sent me some time. So I'm like travelled out, then don't go. But I- it'll be excited. I get to see some people wanted to see like A-Bomb seventy nine and essential craftsman. Cool. Yeah. Yeah. I wanted to. I feel like I feel like I need to meet you in person. I'm gonna decline that offer. Good. Good. Good. Try. Yeah. Maybe I don't know when I don't know because you're not going to be at workbench con-. No, I'm not anywhere close to Texas..

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"alex steele" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"alex steele" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"She can't even create buzz unless she's doing something mean inappropriate. And then when she does create buzz is mostly about how bad ratings are house too, but she looks right. So they end up bumping her owl and basically she, she should've been. She'd have been a much better person in that daytime spot. She got that most who, like, you know, she, she just knows how to to grant and Smilin sale. Whatever the fuck they are selling us, underwrite a part of that. Nobody ever talks about it. Everybody thinks everyone can do, oh, just put this kind of famous person in his role is hard to look in the camera smile and make people at home, feel welcomed and more than excited about you drinking coffee or you talking to someone who's coming to sell a book. Or you eating tacos? Because that's what makes fresh air seven in the fucking morning, come out, you know, while also requiring you to look like you never eaten a taco or carbon your life. Termer house doing that. She she was walking wall. We'll see. We'll see. Got let go. I still remember people hours on like, look at her Twitter, she's still on Instagram, be happy like. You know, like Christmas pajamas and getting the tree you saw because she was like, oh, I'm going to be all right, right. Like coli would understood that she would turn around and been like, man, listen for these. Why people she could've just show is live with a hair wrapped up sipping on some brandy telling the real, he and she did. But yes, she's right back. And I gave it to you is probably going to be around and saying fucking time and going to be so much better. Her an hour. I got removed from nine AM our NBC's today for Megan Kelly, but now she will be the co host. She'll be she's working on a daytime, talk show that she'll be hosting so good, and they'll be on ABC just now. I hope we come out at the same time. I do because I watch that. I'll put it on my TV. I wanna just just to have it on that for just take my writings, babe. Airbnb, cancel reservations removed, participants of upcoming white supremacist rally from its platform due to conflict of ethics. The anniversary of the unite the right rally is said to take places upcoming weekend. Airbnb is making clear, they don't want know pars for a second consecutive year. Airbnb has one two participants that if they are found to be in violation of the company's policies, the reservations Kanan, we'll be council the protests which again, twenty seven teams led by self-proclaimed white supremacist who took part in a violent event as a means to protect confederate statue and preserve white culture participants March with torches and an arm your guns physically assaulted those who stood up against him. I'll Channon Neil Nause. Airbnb, say, man, not on our property, plug out. Good. Better than a lot of platforms these days, Twitter, Facebook, and shit. Virginia governor day cleaning free speech by everything, free speech, Virginia, governor's speech. Unless you go against the people. We won't have free speech else. Don't be no free speech. Yeah, I know more people dealing with bands and being kicked off and my account. Where did this account go? How come on Twitter? No more. I mean, Alex Steele on Twitter, cooking? No. No problem. No, he didn't violate any rules. The term service people go and investigates. I actually, we spoke to Twitter after we did some investigation. He is definitely violated your service and Twitter bicycles, we don't care. They don't care about nobody in. No. I mean, I mean, if it's going to be, I don't go about nobody being don't be banning certain people not picking the size picking the eight is Virginia governor Ralph Northam ahead of the Charlottesville like anniversary declared a state of emergency..

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