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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"aly farage" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Carriers not to make deliveries in spots if they believe it's unsafe. I'm Brian And I'm Charlie Pellet at Bloomberg World. Hank Waters. Technology shares pushed US stocks to a six week low as investors search for new catalyst to give direction to global markets are losing week as well. Three in a row. Yusef Abassi is global market strategist that Stone X Group. You have to listen to what the market is currently telling you, the NASDAQ is poised to have its worst month since December 2018 and who could forget that massive unwind sell off. We experienced them. So you have to listen to this market right now and from where sentiment is lying. We're searching for leadership. Unfortunately, we have found it and Aly Farage, head of mackerel strategy for North America. State Street, sees Mohr volatility ahead for the next 67 weeks out of the election. We're going to see much more sideways markets much more volatile. Market evaluations have gone so far that that uncertainty now has to play into it or not well necessary started selling off aggressively. Because that liquidity is still down. We've got the ultra dovish message from the feds. Don't expect a smooth path up that we've been used to. For the last few months. This is going to get much more followed on. Brian Levitt is senior investment strategist at Invesco Advisors. We know that we're in a period of uncertainty here and and that could create some volatility. But the question you really need to ask yourself does that change the trajectory of the economy if you believe that the economy continues to recover? As I do, then the volatility that exists potentially goods in the near term as a result of policy. Uncertainty is is worth looking through and they create buying opportunities. So the S and P 500 index end of the week with a loss of 6/10 of 1% 3rd declining week in a row as some pee down 37 down 1.1% the Dow down 244 down 9/10 of 1%. NASDAQ Down 117 Down 1.1% Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick, Take power by Maur than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie Pellet. This is Bloomberg..

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"aly farage" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"aly farage" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Hershey's is helping trick or treaters keep the chocolate flowing this Halloween in the safest way possible. The candy company has launched a new website. It made the pandemic it maps out neighborhoods by their risk level, including stats on recent infection rates and total cases. It also offers suggestions for each area. For example, trick or treating or small outdoor costume parties in low risk green zones. I'm Brian should And I'm Charlie Pellet at Bloomberg World. Hank Waters. Technology shares pushed US stocks to a six week low as investors search for new catalyst to give direction to global markets are losing week as well. Three in a row. Yusef Abassi is global market strategist that Stone X Group. You have to listen to what the market is currently telling you, the NASDAQ is poised to have its worst month since December 2018 and who could forget that massive online set off We experienced them. So you have to listen to this market right now and from where sentiment is lying. We're searching for leadership. Unfortunately, we have found it and Aly Farage, head of macro strategy for North America, State Street, sees Mohr volatility ahead for the next 67 weeks out of the election. We're going to see much more sideways markets much more volatile. Market evaluations have gone so far that uncertainty now have to play into it or not, they will necessary start selling off aggressively. Because that liquidity is still down. We've got the ultra dovish message from the feds. Don't expect a smooth path up that we've been used to. For the last few months. This is going to get much more volatile, and Brian Levin.

"aly farage" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"aly farage" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Shares pushed US stocks to a six week low as investors search for new catalyst to give direction to global markets are losing week as well. Three in a row. Yusef Abassi is global market strategist that Stone X Group. You have to listen to what the market is currently telling you, the NASDAQ is poised to have its worst month since December 2018 and who could forget that massive online set off We experienced them. So you have to listen to this market right now. And from where sentiment is lying. We're searching for leadership. Unfortunately, we have bounded and Aly Farage, head of macro spatter Ji for North America. State Street sees Mohr volatility ahead. I think the next 67 weeks out of the election. We're going to see much more sideways markets much more volatile. Market evaluations have gone so far that that uncertainty now has to play into it or not, well necessary start selling off aggressively. Because that liquidity is still then we've got the ultra dovish message from the Fed. Don't expect the smooth path up that we've been used to. For the last few months. This is going to get much more followed style on. Brian Levin is senior investment strategist at Invesco Advisors. We know that we're in a period of uncertainty here and and that could create some volatility. But the question you really need to ask yourself does that change the trajectory of the economy if you believe that the economy continues to recover? As I do, then the volatilities that exists potentially goods in the near term as a result of policy. Uncertainty is is worth looking through and they create buying opportunities. So the S and P 500 index end of the week with a loss of 6/10 of 1% 3rd declining week in a row as some pee down 37 down 1.1% the Dow down 244 down 9/10 of 1%. NASDAQ Down 117 Down 1.1% Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick, Take power by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie Pellet. This is Bloomberg. This is the business of sports from Bloomberg Radio. Thanks so much for joining us. We're here each and every week for you at the same time talking to the biggest names in sports. I'm Jason Kelly, along with Mike Lynch and Michael Bar. Let's continue our conversation with Baltimore Ravens suitable winning head coach and current NFL analyst. Brian Billick. So, coach as you think about the product, and this is where I feel like we really value your perspective as a coach, an analyst and a businessman. I mean, You said it. The product on the field is a little bit different. What do you think that that means? In the broader sense, When you think about the NFL as something that is consumed, it is incredibly popular. Obviously, there's nothing there's no more popular sport in America or the world. I guess the world is it rivals, soccer or football. But that product How do you think about it? How it's sold right now and how the pandemic may have changed that. Well, that has changed, and it's interesting, clearly obvious fans not being there, but they'll work their way through that. But what's different is the fact that there are so many sports going on right now because the pandemic Starting the U. S Open golf here this week. We just finished with the tennis. I think last Thursday was not the first time it was seven major sports participating at the same time, the NFL Major League Baseball. We had golf. We had tennis and that affected the numbers at the NFL for the first time they're talking about Thursday night game. That feature to really cook keeps all markings in terms of this is what you're talking about Houston Texans and the Kansas City Chiefs and I think I think the broadcasts stopped 15 to 20%. It wasn't because of a lack of interest. It was just there were a lot of other choices. So that's the biggest challenge for the lead by that one. Who's you know, this is the goose that laid the golden egg, and it's always been on top of ratings and 40. The top 50 TV shows traditionally given here will be NFL games. But the fact that you know the thing about sports what people are drawn to what Marty people are drawn to Is its appointment. TV gets live compared to the other things that take to replace it, so the fact that they have legitimately for the first time they had to compete with those other entities. During this time frame. It will be interesting to see going forward if other entities like can be eight. NHL made baseball whatever adjust their seasons to compete with the NFL before it would be like we're not going to beat with the NFL. We can't keep up with it, but they're showing well, You know what? Maybe we can see if that changes the landscape when the seasons are going to transpire because the way they think they can compete. You had a brilliant career as a coach, You're brilliant as an analyst. And many other coaches and players have made that transition from the field to the booth. How hard is it for you or any coach or any player to make that transition from something that you're very passionate about on the field to now go into the booth. It was different, and you have to recognize that you make the transition. I also opened up a couple small businesses. Uh, just just, you know, be a part of the community. I was in some of those types of things you find other ways to channel your energies, recognizing that you're not going to be able to duplicate what you had in a 40 year career for me. You know, 20 years in the NFL and going to a Super Bowl we talked about earlier..

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"aly farage" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"aly farage" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Eastern on Sunday, Bryan show. And I'm Charlie Pellet. Bloomberg World. Hank Waters. Technology shares pushed US stocks to a six week low as investors search for new catalyst to give direction to global markets are losing week as well. Three in a row. Yusef Abassi is global market strategist that Stone X Group. You have to listen to what the market is currently telling you, the NASDAQ is poised to have its worst month since December 2018. And who could forget that massive unwind? Sell off? We experienced them. So you have to listen to this market right now. And from where sentiment is lying. We're searching for leadership. Unfortunately, we have found it and Aly Farage, head of macro strategy for North America, State Street, sees Mohr volatility ahead. I think the next 67 weeks out of the election We're going to see much more sideways markets much more volatile. Market evaluations have gone so far that that uncertainty now has to play into it or not so well necessary start selling off aggressively. Because that liquidity is still down. We've got the ultra dovish message from the feds. Don't expect a smooth path up that we've been used to. For the last few months. This is going to get much more followed on. Brian Levin is senior investment strategist at Invesco Advisors. We know that we're in a period of uncertainty here and then that could create some volatility. But the question you really need to ask yourself is Does that change the trajectory of the economy? If you believe that the economy continues to recover, as I do, then the volatility that exists potentially goods in the near term as a result of policy uncertainty is is worth looking through and they create buying opportunities. So the S and P 500 index ended the week with a loss of 6/10 of 1% 3rd declining week in a row. As some pee down 37 down 1.1% the Dow Down 244 down 9/10 of 1%. NASDAQ Down 117 Down 1.1% Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take power by Maur than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie Pellet, This is Bloomberg. This is Bluebird Wall Street Week..

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