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"allianz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:48 min | 2 months ago

"allianz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For a check of sports from around the world, here's Dan Schwartzman. Thanks, dag. Manchester United moves to within three points of fourth place time in the Premier League table heading into the World Cup break with a two to one minute full on as Alejandro garnacha scores a winner 5 minutes into stoppage time. In Syria, evented shuts out laccio three nil, A.C. Milan took the past few Tina two to one, Atlanta loses interval on three to two while Roman Torino ended a one all draw. The Marin England reports that Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani is interested in buying Liverpool with a Fenway group saying last week that they would consider selling the price club. And Bonnie used a chairman of reliance industries limited and is currently the owner of them by Indians cricket team. Reports say that Fenway has already received multiple offers, the source is saying the sales price would have to be at least 4 billion pounds. Week ten semi the NFL season got off to an international start as a Buccaneers outlast to Seahawks 21 to 16 at Allianz arena in Munich in the league's first regular season game ever played in Germany. Elsewhere the Giants are now 7 and two after 24 to 16 win over the Texans of the Vikings outlast the bills in overtime 33 to 30. Elsewhere the dolphins dominate the browns 39 to 17 steelers double up the saints 20 to ten are the cheap stock off the Jaguars 27 to 17. The jets commanders and ravens were all on their buy weeks. It's a big California matchup on Saturday night football as a 404 forty-niners are hosting the 5 and three chargers. Niners have lost two of their last three games while the Chargers are winners of four. Their last 5. On Dan schwarzman that your Bloomberg wolf sports op aid. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business and at Bloomberg quick take. This is a Bloomberg business flash. And I'm Juliet Sally in Singapore, we check the markets every 15 minutes here on Bloomberg daybreak, Asia. A

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"allianz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:12 min | 2 months ago

"allianz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"World, here's Dan Schwartzman. Thanks, dag. With Barcelona Real Madrid event is still involved in a Super League project despite the other 9 founding members having dropped out, bars are president Joe on Laporte says the club would receive a €1 billion bonus initially than around €300 million per year afterwards. The Super League was initially launched in April of 2021 with most of the big named European clubs as founding members before the project collapsed just 48 hours later due to public opposition and backlash. Manchester United moves to within three points of fourth place Tottenham in the Premier League table heading into the World Cup break with a two to one win at Fulham as Alejandro garnacha scores the winner 5 minutes in the stoppage time. In Syria, Juventus shuts out Lazio three zero, A.C. Milan suppressor and Tina two to one, Atlanta loses to Inter Milan three to two while Roma and Torino and in a one I'll draw. Weeks and Sunday, the NFL season getting off to international start as the Buccaneers outlast the Seahawks 21 to 16 at Allianz arena in Munich in the league's first regular season game ever played in Germany. Elsewhere the Giants are now 7 and two after 24 to 16 win over the Texans while the Vikings outlast the bills in overtime 33 to 30. The commander jets in the ravens were all on their by weeks. It's a big California matchup on Sunday Night football as a Ford four forty-niners are hosting the 5 and three chargers. And niners have lost two of their last three games while the Chargers are winners before their last 5. I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world's four top 8. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick take. This is a Bloomberg business flash. Well, agent eggs are looking set to open to the upside this first trading day of the week. We got support coming from the biggest weekly advance in U.S. stock since June also and we come to this in a second, that China's policy shifts are now COVID and property as well. Just taking a look at what's going on with the markets which are open at the moment and did the chief one is Sydney up three tenths of 1%, meanwhile, we are looking at futures pointing to gains in Hong Kong while Japan and Tokyo expect a small modest pullback there that after a 3% surgery we saw in the nikkei two 25 on Friday. Don't forget we had this gauge of U.S. citizen Chinese stocks soaring by more than 6% last week on Friday after the easing of quarantine rules intensifying bets that Beijing is actually shifting away from its current stringent COVID zero policy. Now sweeping relaxation measures in the property side of things over the weekend also added to science that president Xi is turning his attention perhaps to rescuing the economy and above all it is these topics that will be setting the tone for China benchmarks. Elsewhere we had dollar gains so far at the moment that we're seeing the dollar index up by four tenths of 1%. This after a big, big slump over the course of the last week, we do have the dollar up this morning after Federal Reserve governor Christopher Wallace said that we've still got a ways to go before ending interest rate hikes. So there we go. That's a look at markets. We do check them every 15 minutes. Straight over there back to Ed Baxter

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Why the U.K.'s "trickle down" tax cut plan terrifies investors

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

Why the U.K.'s "trickle down" tax cut plan terrifies investors

"The Bank of England has taken emergency action to stabilize British financial markets after the government spooked investors with a program of unfunded tax cuts I'm Ben Thomas with the latest With the British pound tumbling in the cost of government debt soaring the Central Bank warned crumbling confidence in the economy posed a material risk to UK financial stability in a less Susan streeter of hargreeves lansdowne in London What the Bank of England is doing is stepping in to try and calm down the market But it does smack of a bit of panic and frustration that the government isn't doing more to retreat away from these promises The Bank of England's plan to buy government debt helped stabilize the bond market after ten year yield spiked more than a full percentage point to just over four and a half percent after the tax cuts were announced but analyst Muhammad el Arian with Allianz says it's all having a global impact This is a UK fueling

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"allianz" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:56 min | 5 months ago

"allianz" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Few years. So it depends on where javi sees him. I think in preseason in one or two La Liga games, he's played him certainly as a center back, which is not his best position. I understand that he's very good on the ball. It's harder. It's very hard to choose which one you'd go with between the young gavi and pedri because three brilliant young players. But you know who I think would give them a little bit something different and an old Don being an aficionado of Italian football as Frank Casey. Yeah. Came on the second half. He does a little bit of yay, might not have this subtleties of those other players in his passing range, not that it's bad. But he's got a real physical presence about him as well and he gets a decent quarter gold. I just think he gives some different to all of those playoffs and Clinton Frankie Deon. At the moment, javi sees him as somebody who is coming off the bench. Maybe that'll change. I don't know. Final question, start bench yourself, Stevie. Musallah, pedri, Bellingham. Oh, stop benching cell. Well. You sell bailing them because that's what they're going to do. That's a cop out. You either bent. No it's not. No, you cause that's a cop out. To calculated move is what it is. Now it's not. The question means who would you actually. Pedri? You start Pedro. I think you've got to stop Pedro. Okay. So then it becomes belling on Missy Allah. Doesn't play as much as belly himself and if you stop. Are you not happy with that? In fact, why don't we just send me the answers? And I can just go up. Stevie, what's wrong? He's angry. He's angry. But you said Musial doesn't play and that's incorrect. He was bad at the mass tonight. Not as much as the other to Don. The other two start. All day long. I've done a stutter. Starting all day long, really. Suspension Bellingham and salan pedri. It was a Spanish contingent going to be after you. Don, you've been really angry. And I work with one or two lives at the Premier League and I work a lot with Owen Hargreaves and he knows buying inside out and he tells me and my eyes see and I agree what Owen, this kid is a genius. That is February not more of a genius. No. I mean, listen, I mean what a question is. I mean, it's an impossible question, but I would say start musala, bench Bellingham. Got better Pedro. Wow. There we go. On that bombshell, that brings us the end of today's show. Just a reminder, we'll be back tomorrow to reflect on those Champions League ties. Who's playing this Real Madrid, isn't it? Real trip against Leipzig tomorrow, city against Dortmund, Chelsea, first game in London. Yeah, I'm helping you out. Okay. All right, thank you. Thank you. Thank you later. I'll get your Hershey bar with almonds. Thank you very much, Stevie, go and have a lie down.

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"allianz" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:09 min | 5 months ago

"allianz" Discussed on ESPN FC

"League. The Premier League is the most gross league in the world. It makes the most money is watched by the most people. It's rates go for the most and almost every country, if not every country. It doesn't need the money. But you're saying it would help lower league sides. Well, they could filter that money down from other avenues. Right. The players don't want golf like this. The fines I'm sure have no interest in doing anything but supporting their own team. So maybe that's just hesitant, but I'm sorry, we don't say we. I'm sure people in England don't have absolutely no interest and go like this. So Don MLS has all star teams as well and all star weekends. Yeah. And one time Stevie nickel was the coach of MLS all stars and they took on Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu. Can you guess the result? Oh, I mean, it's gotta be a 7. Surely. No, what was the results, Stevie? What was it? Was it 5 or 6? I think it was 5, wasn't it? Should have been a lot. Should have been a lot more than 7. So as a man who was featured in the 20 one, do you like this idea? Well, it's pretty straightforward. The culture in America is the All-Star Game. And so Americans love it. And that's fine. So if you're in a place or a country or wherever it may be and everybody loves it, including the players, then that's fine. But don't be a completely different culture and try to turn that into something that it's never it's never going to happen. That's the point. You know, it's not a culture in England certainly. No question. So leave it alone. Right Kevin and more. We've got a big game this week. We're going to travel down. We'll have an Coventry. Right. A Coventry. Yeah. You know, village celebrates. Lovely. Love it there.

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"allianz" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:30 min | 5 months ago

"allianz" Discussed on ESPN FC

"To understand them, understand what motivates them and understand what they're like as people and then from that try to come to common ground, try to build relationships to try to communicate effectively on a daily basis and build respect, trust and honesty. That makes sense? Well, it goes back to my old manager of the late James Smith, who talking about a night statement he mentioned what motivates him and you know their story when he goes to a new club. At the time, Jim, when he was managing, he said, I go around the dressing room to all these multi millionaire will paid players and find out what ones need motivated and then I get rid of them. Right. Because you don't really need, you shouldn't need to go around motivate them. Yeah, and it's the understand the personalities, but obviously he's a different way of doing it. But yeah, I think he's a very well spoken guy. I think this is just a huge step for him. And I think that's going to be the thing that everybody's looking at, how does he handle their step? This game against Salzburg. It's perfect, isn't it? Well, that's what you want. I suppose you want to get who you don't want to play big buy in or not someone like that, too. At least. But it's still a championship. And I'm not suggesting the world if they get beat on the other bad result about performance is a couple of days in most of the training ground. Right. So if it's even had that, so yeah, it's a free for him. Albeit, it's not a free hit for ownership. Right. Her can not afford not to go through in this group. Now that's a long way off, and I don't expect that to happen. But yeah, I think it's just good for him to get a game out of the way, then we have their international bricks is going to lose a bunch of players, but at least at least it gives them time to take a breath. We'll see. Once again, David Christian felice. I often think as I just, I love the outcry from everyone when people don't release. A new beginning. Yeah, marvelous. What does this mean? Yeah. Who knows? Ask Lucy and father us Frank Lampard. As Thomas turkel. Right. I don't know. What I was going to do out with the psyche of some American soccer fans and their understanding of what they think happens is he's going to pick his best team. This team that he thinks whenever the player is going to save his job and make him look good. He's not going to leave people on the bench just because that'll upset some people across the point. And I'm going to play these, but we might not get the results. So it's up to the players. I think he seems the type of guy that most managers, when you come in, it's a clean slate. Even if you heard the biggest argument the previous manager, you don't go on with the board, you're in contract negotiations, wherever it is, new manager comes in, it sets everybody down and says, listen, I don't care what goes on. But you show me what you've got and if I like that and you produce for me, every manager wants to know what you can do for me, sure. How can you make me look good? How can you make me look like the best manager so that we have the most success as a team and everybody gets on? And so Christian Pulisic is no different to any other player whether it's Thiago Silva, who's 30 and been there or whether it's a young guy. No, that's the top of the gear. Yeah. I could be 30, and I'm not that tall. Anyway, you know, you know the gist. It's down to the players. That is it. That brings us to the end of today's show. Thank you very much for watching. We'll be back, of course. Tomorrow. Do you think

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"allianz" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:44 min | 5 months ago

"allianz" Discussed on ESPN FC

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"allianz" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:47 min | 5 months ago

"allianz" Discussed on ESPN FC

"You don't like Ferran Torres do you then? I just. Yes, it would have made sense to have brought on and so fatty and given the player that you're taken off in that case was the answer fatty gives you a similar profile. Ferran Torres is a different player because he's gonna sort of tuck inside and be a second striker alongside Robert Lewandowski. So when we talked about the potential starting in 11 at the beginning of the season, I was thinking, okay, if you're gonna play them Bella down the right and then you're gonna play Ferran Torres down the left. It's because he's gonna accompany Robert Lewandowski through the middle and gives you again a second presence at the back post. But given what we have seen early on in the season for months of fact that you would think that he won, he would be the first of the bench and those outside positions. It hasn't been the case. I still think there is an element of trust that is not quite there from shabby and I'm so fatty. I think unsupervised is gonna be the answer, long term, but in the meantime, it seems like shave prefers the option of having Ferran Torres combining with one doski inside it in your box. Where do we go from here? Well, I think there are some while there was a lot of smiles from nagelsmann at the victory and of course, I think there will also be some concerns about how defense as well. But I think again, we know that it's not something that's just popped up tonight. You go, oh, they've got one and two problems that the bike has been a lot of changes in that backline, not just over the last week or two, but certainly over the last year or two as well. So yeah, he's got some got some questions as well and I suppose not having a natural striker as the dawn. And if corp not too bad, people say, well, they've drawn free games and the Bundesliga. Yeah, but they left some players out. Certainly at the weekend for this game with this game in Maine. But yeah, as painted to be, there's groups going to be an excellent group with enter and near as well. Obviously the pills are going to be weapon boys. But one of these big boys is going to drop and there's no guarantee that just because Barcelona have spent their money that they're going to get through this group. And I think chavi knows that. I think that's why it was so important to try and go away and get something in the Allianz to take back and they didn't. Yeah, it will paint it about the chances and the way they played fine. But the gun you have to get some results away from home and this grip that is going to be very, very tight, particularly when they travel to Italy to play. And yes, that's going to be a key game. Obviously buying already done that already taken three points into of course are in action today as well against tutorial pills and as you would expect into did get the victory did get their first points of the group stages with

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"allianz" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:55 min | 5 months ago

"allianz" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Through that second goal. Where did it go wrong for barsa? Well, it starts in the position taken by the two center backs and as Leroy sane, who started the sequence down the right hand side and he stars running through the middle of that back line. Now you have both running out on Christians and out of position. But then you don't have a natural right back in Jules Conde right natural right back as he would have seen his center back get out of position, then you took in. Kunda somehow feels like, well, maybe I stay wide out here because I'm picking up the guy on the left hand side. Whenever mind that juice can vary, you play center back if your guys had a position, you gotta come and cover the middle and then you worry about the guy on the outside if the ball gets laid off to him. To me, it was so many mistakes in the same play, but it's a free run from Leroy signing a change of pace and it exposes an area that Barcelona has had issues with four years. Not just tonight, but four years and that is athleticism through the middle of the field. Athleticism through busquets. Athleticism through the center back position. That is why Gerard Piqué is not on the field because if we go back and Champions League play, remember PK trying to chase down killing him. How did that work out? Well, he didn't. And those are images that stay with Barcelona fans. And they say, okay, well, we're going to bring a little bit more athleticism having run out of and Christensen. Well, yes, you have more athleticism, but you have guys who get themselves out of position very easily. And Jules kunde, who's not a natural write back, not talking inside, and now you have little sign and walk into gold. Having said all of that, it was still a great goal by San adon. It was a brilliant goal. You know what I like the best Dan I like the little Paul from musallah. When you see it again, it looks like a routine 5 yard pass, but he got it on the half turn. He recognized where Leroy sane wanted the ball to be played, and that was any stride. It was a 5, 6 yard pass, but the weight of it, the pass appreciation was perfect. He put it into sane, once I get into top speed, there's no one going to catch him. And listen, I think there Achilles heel bars the one I watched them is when I look at the individuals that play at the back. I mean, every single Chelsea fan will tell you that Marcus Alonso can't play as an orthodox left back. He's a wingback. Andreas Christensen the same, he can't play in a flat back four, then Eric Garcia comes on at the end, you know, these are not, these are not skill defenders. They're good players. But they're not top end defenders in the system in a flat back four. And I think if you have Christensen and especially Marcus Alonso in a four, I can see like Craig said, I see the top end team scoring plenty goals against him because that's not the position or the system. Those two guys especially play their best football in. What was interesting, I thought in the second half was the choice by chavi Ali to bring on Ferran Torres ahead of ansu fati. I've been really impressed with it so far this season and then he comes on with just ten minutes to go and it's difficult for him to make any sort of impact.

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"allianz" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:23 min | 5 months ago

"allianz" Discussed on ESPN FC

"It falls again to Robert Lewandowski. Again, an average night is to nothing at halftime. It would have been different game. Of course, it would have been a don't care Barcelona I think would be discouraged by the final result but encouraged about how they play certainly the first 45 minutes of the match. Yeah, that's the question in it. How much do you read into the result here considering what happened, particularly in that first half? It was actually quite a simple game to analyze Dan. I thought baths have a 45 minutes. I thought they were sensation. I thought gavi and Pedro in the middle of the park controlled the game in a difficult atmosphere away from home in the Allianz. I thought they were good. I thought rafinha looked sharp. I thought dembele produced some incredible moments. He looked really good as well back to his best. The guys are right. I mean, when Lewandowski puts his head on the pillar tonight, especially the volley, because the volley for a pro is actually quite simple. Whether he was just a bit anxious where everyone was desperate to score against his old club and he snatched it slightly. I'm not sure because you're only inches over or centimeters over the crossbar. And then credit Julian and augment you know, because he's been under pressure he's had three draws on the spin in the Bundesliga and he took sabots are off off halftime. He bought goretzka on, added a bit of muscle added bite in that midfield. And then again, two goals inside three minutes took the game completely away from barsa, but I thought buying looked really, really good. It's like, it's like when they got those two goals down, especially the first one, I give them that shot of confidence, then they've got the second inside two or three minutes. Then all of a sudden, every one of the buy in place, what would the ball? I didn't want it in the first 45. There was struggling, second half was an onslaught in the second half. It was buying very much so back to their best, but I think Xavier analyzed that and say, well, on another night, we go in halftime two zero and cruising. But yeah, I mean, I'm sure that's a message is given the players, but it's a bit of a moot point because I said to you over the last couple of weeks and a couple of these, I don't need to know Barcelona can play good football. It's not a surprise. It's not a surprise that patriot and javi and Busch gets at James or pass it around and it's not a surprise that the armory of rafinha and the belly and grip form with Lewandowski who had his off night, I don't really need to know that. I don't think that's the big question here. They will score gold. They will score against most teams. The big question is under pressure against better teams and Cadiz and via Kano and severe can they keep it out at the other end? And yeah, one was a set piece, but it was poor marketing. I think it was Alonso. They lost Hernandez. And then the gap that appeared between the two center halves for the signing goal was shocking. It was absolutely shocking. And let's not forget Vera Kelly's heel is going to be the defense Barcelona that is. And we have a side without the main striker in Lewandowski who's gone to them. Without a natural striker, who are reportedly still hunting around for a hurricane, still see that prop that possession as a problem, and yet we're still able to weather the storm and when turn out. That's the big question. Not Robert Levin, who else could do it because we know he can. That was enough mate. Not what he get a supply chain because he will. The big question at this level is that other end of the field, that back four and I'm afraid, just after the half time today, it was left wanting. Take it

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"allianz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:24 min | 6 months ago

"allianz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"L making sense of the news. Visa and Mastercard and the website Pornhub. And also Bill ackman, so it's got a lot of elements to it this story so the FT has historian Visa and Mastercard stopping their work with the advertising our mind geek and they are the owner of Pornhub. Now this comes after a court ruling found that Visa could be held liable for illegal content on user generated pornography websites. Speaking to CNBC billionaire investor Bill ackman, said Visa should be forced to pay a very, very large amount in a case alleging the payments giant profited from child abuse images. After reviewing time, ties to the website Mastercard said it won't allow its cars to be used anymore on Pornhub. Now, the influential billionaire really put so much clout behind this ruling that happened and really he said it's because he had four daughters read an article and it made him swing into action to protect children. Yeah, I think this is absolutely amazing. You know, that this is a huge kind of move. It also has big implications for ESG and investing. Yeah, it's an absolutely fascinating story that the FT covers. Okay, something a bit lighter though now, away from the kind of real economic doom and gloom. Brits are heading abroad. It's holiday season, so what about the staycation then? I know that you're going abroad soon, Caroline, aren't you? We're going to miss Caroline here in the office next week. I won't tell you where she's going, but it is sunny. But you know, the daily telegraphs and the Stephen saying so, so The Daily Telegraph says staycations are plummeting as we all head abroad. So tourism bosses say holidays at home boom is definitely over. We've got staycation fatigue, and that's because so many people are wanting to visit other countries we haven't been able to go to for a couple of years and we've got pent up demand lots of people have savings so they traveling to foreign countries to get the nice sunny climates and a little bit of culture it may be. Perhaps if you can if you can fit it in okay, thanks very much. Bloomberg's the ongoing look through some of the stories making headlines in today's newspapers. This is Bloomberg. Markets, headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day. The Bloomberg business app. Quick take. This is a Bloomberg business flash. From pimps European headquarters here in London, I'm Caroline Hepburn with this Bloomberg radio business flash. So a bit more detail on Allianz's results, so we mentioned their second quarter operating profit was a beat at €3.5 billion so above the estimates of 3.33 billion, the insurer still sees a full year operating profit of between 12.4 and €14.4 billion and they say that second quarter third party net outflows of pimco were €28.7 billion. So that in terms of Allianz property and casualty was a beat, but their asset management and life and health operations were both amiss in terms of profit. Other stories though that we're watching closely, of course, the reaction to the Bank of England rate hike 50 basis points. Now there are 80% odds of another 50 basis point rate rise coming as the UK suffers from this, but now there are 80% odds of another 50 basis point rate rise coming as the UK suffers from this really difficult inflation outlook, the bank sees a peak of 13.3% in October. And you may be saying that the currency issue is not a crisis despite the 10% plunge in Sterling. Sterling on cable pulling back another two tenths of 1% this morning, the twos tens, gilt curve inverted yesterday. As for ten year treasury yields for the U.S. ahead of the U.S. non farm payrolls numbers, two 69 for ten year yields futures are in the green, two tenths of 1% half of the S&P 500 Euro stocks 50 futures up by two tenths, we largely hire in the Asian trading session and India's Central Bank the RBI has also raised benchmark rates just this morning by 50 basis points to 5.4%. That is your Bloomberg radio business flash. Now here's the

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"allianz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:12 min | 7 months ago

"allianz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Game will feature Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Tampa Bay Buccaneers facing the Seattle Seahawks will be at Allianz arena, which is the home of Byron Munich, it'll be on November 13th. ESPN's Adam Schefter reporting that the San Francisco forty-niners have given Jimmy Garoppolo's agent permission to seek a trade elsewhere as the 30 year old has been cleared to begin practicing after having surgery on his throwing shoulder in March. San Fran is expected to go with second year quarterback Trey Lance as there started this year after trading up to draft the North Dakota state product third overall. NBA news James Harden and the Philadelphia 76ers have reached a two year $68.6 million contract. He was a free agent. Now, interestingly enough, harden this off season that turned down his option, which was $47 million and he signs this deal he could be a free agent in one year. I'm Dan schwarzman that your Bloomberg world sports update, Juliet. Thank you so much, Dan. Coming up. We're going to chat to ishika Moki Bloomberg reporter for Asia stocks here in Singapore to discuss the market news of the day and will also discuss Macau casino crash shifting the world's gambling crown back to Las Vegas with Shelley zhao Bloomberg conglomerates telecom and media reporter. Having a look at market action as Brian was just telling us it is to the downside we're seeing Hong Kong's hang seng off by about four tenths of 1% and a loss of around a third of 1% on the CSI 300, looking ahead to the bank of Japan decision today too, and the nikkei two two 5 in Tokyo is off by about two tenths of 1%. We are not expecting any change from the bank of Japan, but we'll watch that press conference later closely. This is winner. Not completing high school is more of a social thing than it was an academic thing. I came out in the 11th grade. Nobody was embracing you. The kids were cruel. It was very difficult to be gay. Even though all these years have passed, I still had that longing to have my diploma. The hard part was determining that I was gonna do it. But I definitely didn't do it alone. At age 30, with the help of her mentor, Carissa finished her high school diploma. I have a mentor, Maria. She convinced me to continue my education and finish what I started to get my diploma. Just never judges

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"allianz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:45 min | 9 months ago

"allianz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And interactive brokers advisers can now offer crypto to their clients and you can trade stocks options futures currencies bonds and more from the same platform Commissions on crypto are just 12 to 18 basis points with no hidden spreads or markups And there are no ticket charges custody fees minimums platform or reporting fees Learn more at IBKR dot com slash RIA crypto Influential conversations from Bloomberg television Here's francine LaCroix We're now joined by Muhammad delirium Allianz chief economic adviser president of queens college Cambridge and Bloomberg opinion columnist Talk to me about the idea that Andrew Bailey that frankly has come under a lot of flag here in the UK for being so candid and candidate asking also employees not to ask for raise it is because that would make his life easier in dealing with inflation The fact that you admire that actually he saw front and sometimes saying well look we've been stopped but I'm not really sure where we are in three months from now Yeah and I think it's his brutal honesty that has taken people by surprise outside the economic profession But within the economic profession it's admired The role of a technocrat is to express opinions as they see it and not to be politically influenced because if technocrats are politically influenced and no one expresses opinions as they see it But it doesn't make his job any easier It certainly makes his job a lot harder But remember he's dealing with an inflation rate that is also being impacted by delayed price adjustments But again look at the Bank of England They moved first in acknowledging that inflation isn't transitory They move first and hiking rates among the major central banks And they've moved first in being brutally honest I think actually that continued to set an example for other central banks Here more.

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"allianz" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

01:50 min | 10 months ago

"allianz" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

"Done in the past. And to some of their acquisitions actually. But also, we're investing in a digital first model that's going to enable customers to much more easily engage with the product through the lumen platform. We're actually investing in an application marketplace which will allow customers to more easily do learning and search on the product itself, do some of the quoting and pricing and even some of the upfront ordering. Much more simply without having to go through what is typically a legacy model of having to engage the seller and you're getting your quote back via email or in a face to face meeting. And then having to kind of work through the contract details, we're trying to automate that and we will be investing in digitalizing that experience through our application marketplace. So we're committed to each other to make that a successful experience for customers. And actually, Allianz has some experience down that path already with our mass markets team. And so we're going to leverage what we've learned on that side of the business. But also a key thing with what we're enabling for our customers. We're actually launching this is in the press release. We're launching a product called lumen cloud communications. And on the surface, it kind of looks like other cloud communications offerings. It's got different seat types with different sets of features. And so you can get all your cloud PBX features and different configurations. If you want to add collaboration and conferencing capabilities, you can do that as well. But there's also a unique option that we have, we just call it our specialty lines option or our specialty line seat..

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"allianz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:11 min | 11 months ago

"allianz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Me on the cover as ruthless and having lost everything And I said to myself that's not who I am as a look in the mirror And so rather than thinking about a lawsuit or any of that I said well the best way to counter that give your impression of Pinto and its years and your part in it was to raise your own version And I had time I'm out here in the desert It's like off in the afternoon I get up at 6 in the morning and I manage my portfolios for 5 or 6 hours and I have time and so I just started writing in order to say that I'm still standing I have a lost everything and the ruthless part I'm not sure what Q is referring to I called her up and I said Mary I just kind of get the ruthless part and I think she decided to take it off the cover I haven't read the book of course because I'm too sensitive to criticism and I know there's criticism in it that the results part just went overboard and that's what set me off and said write your own book Tell your own story And for those people who may not be familiar with Mary childs she covered pimco and the bond market at Bloomberg news for a while before that she worked at the Financial Times and now she's a co host of planet money podcast at NPR and we'll talk a little later about a project She and I did together But let's talk about the book You do not and I think ruthless may not be the right word but you don't hold anything back in the book I mean you are completely blunt and forthcoming an example I want to ask you about you said your partner who negotiated the Allianz purchase of pimco skin them alive So that's a serious line tell us about the Allianz takeover of pimco and how you guys manage to get such a one sided deal that works to the benefit of the pimco owners and the company To talk about proving what he did he basically suggested to them and we would suggest to him and yes we were very ruthless from the standpoint of trying to strike a very good deal if we were ever going to sell part of the company And poofy would always tell them and I would participate in the discussions that these people needed to be incentivized not that 33% of the profit goal wasn't incentive enough but we would say these partners will be their 25 now that will be 50 they'll be 75 to a hundred This won't be enough to keep incentivizing the existing partners and to bring in new partners So you devised what he called a B share sort of a fake equity type of plan for partners would be given a certain amount of B shares and that the value of those shares tend 5 ten years forward When they could be cashed in would be based upon multiple ten 12 14 16 times multiples of existing earnings And basically when I say you skimmed them I'll answer no idea that what they would be paying in terms of those multiples and in terms of the performance of the were anywhere close to what eventually occurred And it was a brilliant idea He pulled the wool over their eyes Coming up we continue our conversation with pimco's cofounder Bill gross discussing the state of the bond.

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"allianz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:45 min | 11 months ago

"allianz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"P.m. Wall Street time We are on daylight saving time here in the U.S. so there are now 12 hours between New York and Hong Kong will be taking a closer look at the market action when we're joined by Brian Curtis momentarily Right now a few of the soursop business stories Well Russia's invasion of Ukraine is likely to spur inflation in the U.S. even further This is according to Muhammad el Arian chief economic adviser at Allianz he's also a Bloomberg opinion columnist He said on CBS face the nation that the responsibility for the scorching hot inflation lies on both the fed and Russia Plies in the fed being late and mischaracterizing inflation but also to be fair to the administration there will be a Putin inflation component I estimate that at 7.9% we will probably get very close or above 10% before we come down Hello and also said there are no good policy options available anymore and he said a few inflation hits double digits It's going to happen this summer Well prosecutors in Russia are reportedly warning western companies that corporate leaders could be arrested and corporate assets could be seized if those companies leave the country We have more from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini Sources say the warnings have gone out from prosecutors in Russia to companies including McDonald's IBM and KFC owner Yum Brands The Wall Street Journal also says the calls that visits included threats to sue at snatch assets even including trademarks And one of the companies is actually limiting communications now between its Russian businesses And the rest of the company out of concern emails might be intercepted all three companies announced last week They are dramatically scaling back operations in Russia The Biden administration has been warning against a nationalization effort White House press spokesperson Jen Psaki says making a grab for U.S. property would result in more pain for Russia and possibly in legal action Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg day breakout show The economic toll of the war in Ukraine will be the background of policy decisions for many central banks this week Bloomberg Susanna Palmer has more On Tuesday it's the people's bank of China which analysts say may cut a key lending rate for the second time this year The Federal Reserve takes center stage on Wednesday with an expected quarter point increase in the fed funds target rate The Bank of England looks all but certain to take its key interest rate back to its pre COVID level while the bank of Japan is expected to keep all settings unchanged Also keep an eye out for decisions from central banks in Brazil Indonesia turkey and Russia which holds its first regular interest rate meeting since the invasion of Ukraine Susanna Palmer Bloomberg daybreak Asia Well the Chinese property developer general says it has received sufficient bondholder approval for a debt swap and a default waiver This is according to a filing with the Hong Kong stock exchange You might remember last month the general did ask bond holders for more time to repay Now those bondholders in total hold about a $1 billion of general bonds and they are set to mature this year Right now in the Hong Kong session I have the stock which had popped a moment ago essentially unchanged at the moment Let's get a closer look at what's going on in markets right now Let's get over to Brian Curtis Bryan What are you watching I really don't know where to start It's such an interesting and provocative kind of day with news buffeting the markets a lot The Hangzhou tech index is down almost 6% now And a lot of that is tied to these companies the risk of being delisted from American exchanges And although our guest Adrian zurcher from UBS had said it doesn't really affect their business It does affect their business The way they're being heavily regulated now in China And that's really the lion's share of the downward press has been because of a real tightening of the news in some sense and Chinese regulatory circles You now have Alibaba today down 5 and a half percent at $85 and 75 cents And that marks a 72% drop in the stock since the authorities lowered the boom on ant the IPO of ant down 72% You have JD.com trading down more than 10% today and it's down close to 60% The Hanks Hank tekken index itself is down about 55% trading at just about 4000 now and it was up around 9000 at its highest point Other markets though doing well part of that is a huge drop in oil prices WTI down three and a third percent here $105 and 77 sent sibel Yes yields are up yields are up on the ten year to 2.02% The U.S. tenure that is in the two year at one 78 both for the gain of three basis points And it's interesting that technology stocks outside of Hong Kong and China are doing pretty well for instance in the Tokyo market Again the nikkei and the ASX 200 up about 1.1% The tye X in Taiwan up two tenths of 1% the cost be though trailing with a loss of half of a percent The lockdown in Shenzhen today certainly not helping One quick word Hong Kong according to the sing Tao newspaper which has very very good contacts in the government says they're considering limiting the number of people per table in restaurants to one Just one as a means of trying to limit the spread And this story also says the government will definitely carry out the mass testing Paul over to you All right thanks Brian 36 minutes to pass the ah now I'm time for a check of global news.

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"allianz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"allianz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Conversations from Bloomberg television Here's francine LaCroix We're now joined by you the chief economist at Allianz Rudolph thank you so much for joining us You wrote a brilliant note which I have to say is very concise and very to the point And in it you say look the sanctions we have so far is really targeting three channels energy trade and the financial sector Does it take more time for it to impact the financial sector and trade Or do you think we're pretty much done with that Is to asphyxiate the tube right And this is the idea of the financial sector section which are unprecedented in many ways Of course this 15 of some banks but also the sanctions against the Russian central banks is something that I have not seen in my career as an economist because it raises so many legal questions about the immunity of central banks and so forth So we're going to see how some of these red wire black wire with Russia and the rest of the world is going to work It's going to be interesting And he's going to take time as you mentioned On the trade side we have no foot flesh trade embargoes but of course the financial sanctions are affecting that And on energy it's indeed part of the arsenal of contraception right So this framework helps us understand that today we put the heavyweight on finance and it will take a bit more time If we had put the elevate on another thing but the other options of course are out of the table today Here more conversations like this one on Bloomberg television streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app Or check your local cable listings Just getting pictures.

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"allianz" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"allianz" Discussed on ExtraTime

"But I'm going to go to Austin for my favorite thing from opening weekend. I just think that fan base was craving goals last season, right? And showed up so many times and had such an incredible atmosphere and all that excitement around it being an expansion team, but it just didn't always live up as far as the goals came. And I'm not sure they're going to score 5 every match, right? I don't know if they'll do that again, maybe all season. But who cares? Because that's the way you want to start off a season, right? That's the way. And there was kind of that feeling of even a little bit of pressure on wolf, which I'm not saying is gone or anything like that. But just to for a new team still and we talked about Charlotte and them needing some confidence and I think this is a big opportunity at home. In front of that huge crowd and using that crowd, but Austin's crowd really pushed them forward and they scored some nice goals. They were relentless. They didn't wait. When you're playing against Cincinnati, just go for the jugular and I think a team like that really did. So it was a big, big start for the Verde and black to start the season. So I was outside about that. It was cathartic. It felt cathartic the way that they experienced it, and they had a little, they had some openings against Cincinnati. We'll talk through those. Best thing I saw on week one and look, it was all over the place as far as my viewing habits on this one goes, but between goggles and the no war in Ukraine's shirt, the sounders warm ups and the T-shirt to the Ukrainian flag and the no war on those Allianz arena, the bends lit up in the colors of the Ukrainian flag..

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Island of the Idols Episode 2 Recap

Rob Has a Podcast

08:14 min | 3 years ago

Island of the Idols Episode 2 Recap

"All right so I'm very excited to be back with. You live here tonight. Let's talk about episode episode number two. I really enjoyed this episode that this was a lot of fun tonight. Steven yeah this was great. I it was a great cast. It's a really great cast on growth as as has down as I was on the island of the idols premise. It's so fun and like a kind of a campy way but it's it's a fun can't be what okay all right so. We're going to talk about that and much more here tonight. As we kick off your survivor week. I love an exit interview with Molly tomorrow morning. It'll be on the lookout exit interviews back back. Bradley is going to be here in the studio. We'll get into a feedback show with your friend of Mine Shannon Gates this week oh well and plus the wiggle room and this week and survivor ever all coming up here on the podcast not to mention what's happening on the BNB and why Imali lost all here on ROB's website dot com but Stephen. I I want to start. Dr With a quiz told you this whole time was going to be a quiz Steven. If you're paying attention I definitely was not paying attention. Where will who is going to be on the feedback. Show now who Stephen Jair yesterday right where were you should have held out a AH. Where were we five years ago tonight. Stephen like in our lives like emotionally. Yes state eight of agitation. I probably but tonight five years ago tonight October. Second Twenty fourteen was the first I ever live know it alls us in a state of agitate yeah you and I were in the basement of the Gotham Comedy Club with seventy five of our closest assist friends. We couldn't believe seventy. Five people came out to see us. We watched Val Collins. Find to idols on redemption should island or on exile island before she was voted out and Stephen could you could you believe it five years ago tonight. I can't believe we're still bill France. That was a scary episode for me later because you know we were we made so much fun of valid time and who's now like one of my great friends. I was was terrified going back to play with Jeremy that he would never forgive me for for having mocked his wife what a fun night that was. I was very very very nervous obviously missile in advance of of that yeah who can and now it's like we can like then we sold seventy five tickets now so we can sell eighty ninety tickets like we've we've It's gotten so big okay so he was five years ago. Tonight's Fund October Second Twenty Fourteen and I've seen some pictures today in our patron group of people that were there that first night that the original seventy yeah that's who can. I get invited to that group. I would like to be part of that yeah. I think that we could talk about that. Let's talk about offline. Okay all right so steven we should talk about this big vote and I kind of thought a weekend the bait and switch did they dangle all this molly vote off in front of us and then here. I go hook line and sinker but a big move a big blindside at the Second Travel Council yeah and I'm really curious to talk about it with you because I couldn't decide like is this like obviously every every site is good for some people bad for other people but like from from those kinds of people in the middle from the Kelly's in the Tommy's of the world like is this the right decision or is this just sort of the excitement of a big move who've early yeah I side with. I think it might be the excitement of a big move early. I mean it was exciting for me. I I loved it. I wonder if if the people that were in the middle might have had a little bit of the big move by the way Hashtag Rha. If you WANNA get your questions here live into the show show so yeah Stephen. I feel like that who specifically do you think might have been just caught up in the excitement. I mean I think we we can you know I think the the shows sort of presented us these like this. You know when when Tommy heard about it he was like Whoa Whoa hold the phone I don't Wanna I don't WanNa do that. Necessarily and I'm sure there was a lot of thinking that ultimately and probably many conversations that ultimately went into the his his decision in it you know they presented as do I go after I could go right. You know of course horse. There's many more subtle interplay in conversation that goes into it but I kind of think. It seems to me no brainer in that in that situation you've Jason Jason like Jason is like you know no reason Nora but I mean I say this with respect for Jason and you know love for my d'appel nerd out there who has so many great lines and I just feel like that. Don't know dancing like this. This is Fort Lewis as villas yeah. It was so fantastic by just a no brainer enter to get rid of that guy now yeah because I think that the people that we saw talking about this. It seemed like that Lauren was the ringleader of the the Let's let's take out molly here so that molly is the person who she's the new poverty we have to get get rid of. Mali early and it seemed like that she was the person who really got the momentum going we saw her talking with Janet ultimately with Kelly and with Tommy as well and they were able to get nor Jason onboard but it didn't seem like that Nora and Jason were people that were they were particularly close to. It seemed like it was more of a shot across the bow of that three. Eh of Jamal and Jack and molly and it did seem to Lawrence credit sheets. It seemed like she was like well. If I do this now I can pull in Nora and Jason Right like these are people like why get rid of these people when these are people I can use and work with later and that's pretty valid. You know if you don't feel like you're empower or in control of what's happening and any of these three people who think that they're running things and then over here like you're like Oh. I can like forge bonds and build build a relationship where these people are. GonNa really value me simply because I've saved them here whereas those people like they don't seem to value me at all you know like those people are treating me like I'm a number. They're telling me where to vote. I mean you had that great conversation with Kellyanne and Lauren and Janet where they're like. Oh so what do we do in a bright before. Lauren proposed the plan or what are we doing guys. Nicole and we're like we've received our orders. You know we are told us with the votes you. There was no sense of like conversation between them decision making between them. It was more like the bosses have told us what to do and we must do that thing so you know to the sense that like you want to play okay with people who value your perspective you. WanNa play with people who are GonNa look to you and ask you questions. I see the idea of of a of sacrificing. I sing of sacrificing molly to keep to keep Jason and Nora but it also is this is gonNA cause a lot of dissension within the tribe right like getting rid rid of Jason like Nora's North got nowhere to go but voting out molly now you know Jamal. You know that Jack are going to be really really really betrayed in the way that on the other tribe we we saw Aaron Aaron. Yes here in bay feeling very betrayed. Okay yeah so he he definitely wants to open up the episode. So where do you think this goes from here. Here can Jamal Jack rebound against the forces that ended up taking out molly at this with this sort of just like a one time shot across the Dow now and then they turn back around and go after a Jason or Nora at the next vote yea I mean it seems like a tough one because it doesn't seem like a cohesive group really came together in the way that last or certainly we didn't see the narrative of like you know. This is a really tight for some now. It wasn't it wasn't like you think think oh now. Kelly Janet. Lauren and Tommy are going to go together for you know moving in the way that on on the other tribe we saw we the women's Allianz Forum. We saw Vince Elaine and Tom Form so yeah I mean I I. It seems like the Purple tribe is is a lot more

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Democratic 2020 candidates court South Carolina's black voters

Doug Stephan's Good Day

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

Democratic 2020 candidates court South Carolina's black voters

"Radio four democratic presidential candidates will attendee black economic Allianz forum in Charleston, South Carolina today before him is an important stop for candidates to engage black voters in the early voting. State. Those making appearances today include south bend, mayor Budi edge Fulmer, US, Representative Baidoa, rock, and senators Cory Booker, and Elizabeth Warren, the black economic alliance was started last year in order to identify and target key policies at the forefront of black voters

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