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"andrea european" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"On monocle twenty four time now to get around up as main business stories on joined. Once again by Bloomberg's you UN pot First of all, not a good day for global stocks here in London the footsie one, hundred down three point two, six percent on the day. Andrea European stocks dropping the most since July today investors worried about tighter viruses fictions as you've been discussing a Monaco also or detain suspicious transactions at international banks, airlines and travel stocks among the worst performers. In Europe today that softer the chief medical officer Chris Witty set to warn today the UK's at a critical points in fighting the coronavirus Germany's health minister saying the trend of cases is worrying all nineteen instagram's trading lower in Europe but those travel down more than five percent. Down a British Airways down twelve percents Deutsche Lufthansa down eight percents French hotels group call down seven percents. Now, looking ahead to the open on boost your just about two hours away from the open there it's like stocks. Set, to open in the red poised extend three weeks of losses. Of course, political tensions in the US are also making traders nervous as Republicans and Democrats prepare to fight over who will be the next Supreme Court Justice I. Think there's a growing conviction among investors. The markets are looking pretty expensive, given the risks to the global economy. In case you missed it it's now six months almost exactly six months since stocks reach their bottom they started rebounding on the twenty third of March the height of the coronavirus pandemic. That's when they start falling started going up particularly in the US particularly with tech stocks they've had really quite a run whether this will just be a blip or whether we. Turn from today, we'll after tune in later on in the week, you alluded to it in passing but bancshares in particular seem to be taking a battering wise that. Yes several global banks quote keep profiting from powerful and dangerous players even after the US imposed penalties on them. Now, this is an investigation by the international consortium of investigative journalist based on leaked documents of pained by Buzzfeed, says that banks in some cases kept on moving illicit funds after receiving written warnings from US officials two trillion dollars in transactions identified in the reports over an eighteen year periods a lot of this money flanked by financial institutions. Internal compliance officers as possible money laundering but it seems that the banks followed their poets very, very light. The whole thing's another black eye for big financial banks. They already paid out twenty billion dollars in fines earlier this decade having a lax controls against money laundering and helping clients evade tax HSBC. One of the says one of the companies named in their Europe's biggest bank. Of course, it says that embarked on a multi journey to overhaul its ability to combat financial crime and he's a much safer institution than it was in twenty two or something else roiling h species ages. BC shares reports in the Communist is Global Times newspaper that your biggest bank HSBC as possible candidate for China's unreliable entity list that aims to punish firms and organizations that damage national security. Now, if that is correct and the Global Times that tends to get stuff great that could be pretty bad news righteous SPEC- it's yours biggest bank but it makes a lot of its profits in Hong Kong and in China and falling out with the Communist Party is not something you want to do if you operate in China urine part. Thank you for joining us you're listening to the briefing. This is the briefing with me Andrew Mullah finally, today show a weekly reminded that not everything is absolutely abject. Welcome to the twenty fifth of these weekly gifts across the unforgiving Tundra of the covid nineteen scape squinting into the freezing wind in search of the tiny golden petals of the Arctic poppy of good news. And Good News theory is for us first lady and yet to be unmasked deep cover. Jia You. Operative melania trump. A statue of has been unveiled near her hometown the Slovenian settlement of Sev-. Nita it is. In fact the second statue of left tenant. Colonel. Canal. Sorry MS trump to have been erected in the area. But the first made of wood was set alight theory replacement representation of Miss Trump is bronze a stern and strangely colored apparition with a grimly rigid expression that is now a bronze statue of in Slovenia. Hero Week folks tried the Bush. Good.
Global Stocks Mixed on Monday - DTN Progressive Farmer www.dtnpf.com › world-policy › article › 2020/08/31
"First of all, not a good day for global stocks here in London the footsie one, hundred down three point two, six percent on the day. Andrea European stocks dropping the most since July today investors worried about tighter viruses fictions as you've been discussing a Monaco also or detain suspicious transactions at international banks, airlines and travel stocks among the worst performers. In Europe today that softer the chief medical officer Chris Witty set to warn today the UK's at a critical points in fighting the coronavirus Germany's health minister saying the trend of cases is worrying all nineteen instagram's trading lower in Europe but those travel down more than five percent. Down a British Airways down twelve percents Deutsche Lufthansa down eight percents French hotels group call down seven percents.
"andrea european" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A few minutes left from our with our Andrea Bernstein from the Trump Inc podcasts. They have a new edition out that is a deep dive into Trump's relationship with Deutsche Bank now that a federal court has ordered those much sought after Trump Deutsche Bank records to be turned over to congress. We are waiting for that to happen. But in the meantime, Andrea and company have been reporting on Trump endorsed your Bank. We really deeply for, how old is trumping now jumping is, is I guess it's almost eighteen months old year and a half birthday. And, you know, these questions have been around since the beginning of Trump Bank. But sir recently, you know, we got interested, as, as more details came out about the Trump Tower Moscow deal because one of the things that we were asking ourselves is, what was Trump's business right before he tried to get a tower in Moscow, and that led us to really scrutinizing these deals like the old post office and the Durrell golf course. And to look more deeply into these loans that he got from the Bank Judith in Manhattan, you're on WNYC Judith harrowing. Thanks for taking my call. I'm very curious. Having heard anyone reporting on this, since the Kennedy retirement can just just. Supreme court. Justice Kennedy's son is I believe in officer at Deutsche Bank. And I think that how the Kennedy family became friendly with the Trump family, I don't want overload this, but. Does hit can Justice. Kennedy son have any Volve -ment in all of the Trump business at Deutsche Bank. Did just Kennedy who is Justice. Kennedy son was involved earlier on in the relationship with the Trump organization with the loans more around the time of the Chicago period. He when Donald Trump came into office, there was this little clip of tape, where you can hear him sort of chitchatting with then Justice, Anthony, Kennedy about what a wonderful son he has. And how his children Donald Trump's children like him so much. But there is a, a private banker. Her name is Rosemary RAB lick who is more at the center of this more recent relationship, and private banking is sort of, oh, the kind of place that manages the money of super rich people in. Mostly, what private bankers do is try to keep their money away from tax authorities. They don't do a lot of large commercial real estate loans. So this is already an outlier one of the things that we found in investigating for our podcast is, she was so close to the Trump family that she stayed at the Trump International hotel in Washington during the inauguration, along with a select group of people. So that shows how close the banker was was giving these loans to Trump in his family immediately prior to his presidency. One more Claude in oceanside. You're on WNYC with Andrew bunch tonight from Trump. In high Claude. I thank you for doing. I would like to know speaking about sons what happened to the money and has been traced? John, Jillian mentioned and boasted at all Russian money is coming in. And you know, floating in and coming into the organization has that been tracing. Can you give us a brief description of wears ended up? Yes. He said that on Mike. Right. Him so much money from Russia a few years ago before the election. Well, there were two separate things. One was Donald junior at a conference in two thousand eight said, we do a lot of business with Russia, and then there was a separate interview that Eric Trump did with a golf journalist, and where he said, we're getting all the money, we need from Russia. So the answer is we don't know. But again, we're in this period of time where what Trump is spending money on is golf courses, and that is one of the reasons why people are asking, because various younger generation of Trump's have indicated was there Russian money, somehow involved, or catching these transactions just a quick preview of our next episode. We're, we're speaking with the former acting FBI director, Andrew, McCabe, and he still has a lot of questions about all of this and raised on his own that he still has some questions about going to Bank. So the next episode of Trump incoming next week. Subscribed to it wherever you get your podcast will lay out what those questions are, and this is from somebody who is deeply involved in investigations. Not just trumping asking these questions. And you know, normal radio form is that now you've done now that you've done the plug for your next episode. I should. Thank you. And say goodbye. One other question that I have to ask you, because another story in the news that touches your world this week investigating Trump's finances, as you do is the New York state legislature, passed a Bill to allow New York state to release Trump's or anyone's state tax returns. If leaders of congress request them for a legitimate legislative purpose. That is seen as a potential backdoor. If Trump keeps fighting allowing his federal returns to be seen getting a lot of the same information out to the public, do you think it would get the information that needs to be seen to answer any questions out to the public from just the state tax returns and the how quickly do you see that? How interested do you think the, the congressional committee leaders are in pulling that trigger? I think almost certainly and I think that all. Also, almost certainly if past as prologue is that Donald Trump has made an extraordinary amount of work for lawyers and journalists, and I would not expect that to stop. So I would imagine that there would be some kind of legal attempt to block it, but, you know, these are uncharted waters, we don't know. Andrea Bernstein co host of trumping the series that asks who's profiting from this administration and at what cost thanks a lot. Thank you broiler on WNYC, where it's time for the latest news was Sean Carlson today. Hi, sean. What's happening? Hey, brian. Good morning. Good morning, Andrea. European leaders are reacting to the news that British Prime Minister Theresa may says she will step down on June seventh that's amid intense pressure from her own party over her failure to get the UK out of the European Union on schedule. German Chancellor Angela Merkel has noted with respect maze decision to step down and will continue to work closely with her successor for an orderly Brexit. Spain's caretaker government says the announcement is bad. Bad news because it will make a hard Brexit, that's where the country leaves the EU without a deal on future relations, more likely. French president Emmanuel Macron praise. Theresa May's courageous work on Brexit. But says it's too early to speculate on the consequences of her departure, RV Weinstein and his former studio have struck a tentative agreement to settle lawsuits filed against the disgraced movie mogul, the New York Times reports that Weinstein has reached a forty four million dollar deal to resolve suits. Brought by the New York state attorney general and women accusing him of sexual misconduct. The disgraced producer faces criminal charges of sexual violence against two women in New York, and more than eighty have accused him of harassment and assault in total. More than fifteen lawsuits have been filed against Weinstein or his former company, Weinstein has denied all allegations of nonconsensual sex. The parks department has found that twenty of New York City's drinking fountains are contaminated with lead. That's out of the four hundred plus fountains, the agency has tested so far w. Christopher worth says some of those fountains have lead levels that greatly exceed the federal standard the highest out of all these samples was found in Pelham bay park in the Bronx, which had led level of seven hundred sixty so fifty times the federal standard the parks department says it plans to finish testing of all drinking, fountains for led by mid June to see a map at a list of successive lead levels. You can hop over to Goth miss dot com. Well police have arrested a man suspected of repeatedly pulling emergency subway breaks, and causing rush hour delays. The NYPD says Twenty-three-year-old Zeta Thompson was arrested early this morning for activating the emergency brake on a subway train. He's under investigation for potentially, pulling the break on dozens of trains, including three of them since March. Police have charged Thompson with reckless endangerment, criminal trespass and public lewdness. It's real nice day today. It's going to stay.