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"andrew bailey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On London D A be digital radio. So the big news line Matt this morning out of the UK, the Bank of England keeping asset purchases purchases at £745 billion no change, no change to interest Raids. But I think the big takeaway radius to the Bank of England remains quite positive about a V shaped recovery in the UK actually unemployment only 7% by the end of this year. And yes, a big decline and GDP this year, But then quite a rapid turn around next year, the kind of many miles to versus the market's Yeah, I thought, you know what? When I first read the headlines, which I found this bank of headlines to be particularly interesting. I was looking on B a. We go, but you can also just type N I B o The B N and I thought they was downbeat because they were saying, you know, unemployment is going to rise, materially, and that made me think about the drop off in the furlough. Programs. But then I started to see the you know the rays of light. For example, they say credit losses will be somewhat less than expected, which is good, you know, not a lot less than expected, but when I saw that, they said And the way we phrased it, I thought was a little bit negative. B o. He says GDP won't exceed for Q 2019 level until end 2120 21 Sounds bad, but then you think Wait. You think that they're airlines out there saying they're not going to get back to normal until 2025 yet the Bank of England says Thie. UK will reach for Q 2019 GDP levels. At the end of next year. That's pretty good. Yeah, absolutely it is. And of course, we could put all of those questions can't way to the Bank of England governor because he'll be speaking on Bloomberg television today. That's Andrew Bailey at one PM, so we'll get you know the view straight from the horse's mouth as it were on DH what the NPC is doing because we have a great guest. I don't spoil it. But in like two in like, 30 seconds, we have a fantastic cast on the bot is well, we absolutely do, so we'll be talking about it a bit more, but let's get to the markets there on that. Point starting up with the pound. In terms of the reaction. We did see the pound stronger, though even at the start of training before the Bank of England decision, But now we're stronger 3/10 of 1% on cable's gonna spot index is also up 1/10 of 1% this morning. It was fairly mix in the Asian Acti market session distinctly negative for the U. S. Stock 600 down by 2/10 of 1%. The 1st 100 is the real outlined there, dropping by 1.1% this morning. The Xetra DAX is managing gains of 2/10 of 1% right now and then in terms of the bond markets, as we also will no doubt talk about the US stimulus plan on DH What's happening with Tic tac three US years of 53 basis points on the 10 year down by two basis points. Germany has negative 52 base points. Also dropping and UK gilt yields at 11 basis points on the 10 year But you know, real years also also unfocused, deeply negative here in the UK, so there's the markets. So you know what I thought was really interesting. Today I was looking at the Dax was gaining and the footsie was falling and the disparity is big right. The foot is down more than 1% and the DAX is up 1/4 percent had been up a little bit more today. And if you look at that what I do to figure out what's going on a lot of times. First I look at the group Ranked return screen. Grr and I see well, so the big gainers our financial services, health care, industrial goods, and then the big losers are basic resource is oil and gas. So I go to my move screen and I see On the basic resource is oil and gas side. Those are the biggest losers on the whole stock. 600. Rio 10 toe is down. BP is down. Access down. Totale. Is Dan. Sorry. Total, not accept these air all British companies on the foot 2 100 that's why you have the big drop their you've also got consumer companies like Unilever falling. You got Biaggio falling GlaxoSmithKline is Glencore getting hits? All these British companies are just the biggest losers on The move screen. The biggest winners are almost all German seamen's is up after beating earnings expectations. Adidas is a big gainer. Escapee is rising buyer is on the up side. Don't supposed so all of these German companies are are doing well today after various earnings reports and on the U K in the U. K. Down really on You know, I think at least partially due to underlying commodities prices As for example, oil falls No, absolutely. What do you look at NR? Oh, that's the other one that I like the news reader activities also interesting because it kind of ranks what people are looking at in terms of stocks. And as you say, make it PLC, another big UK firm, considering an offering of $600 million. That's also a big loser, down 7.1%. Glencoe you mentioned are 4.1% right now. And the gain a Zima is up by 1.3% added escapes. 2.8% right now s O some of the German companies that are moving higher. Right. Let's quickly go over to provoke the anger and so away from the markets get all the latest in terms ofthe global news we've been following. Of course what's been happening in 11 or good morning. Yes, Andy Caroline. Good morning, and thank you. So the chemicals suspected of causing that deadly explosion.
"andrew bailey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"You've been really nice with your time and joined us a bunch of times, but There are specific rules in that handbook that I read about do not get close to empires to argue calls do you're not supposed to go out there and yell at him? Well, we're practicing today. Very interestingly, we have both empires wearing a mask, which The middle of our all of our staff. Both medical and Garfield. Stop. Pretty proud. We'd like to see that and then you know, I went out to make like a practice that you change. And, you know, just kind of stayed away from our picture. We have the umpire obviously. Throw the new ball to picture. I took the ball from the picture, but Put the ball in my pocket and sanitized. They got that right? And you know the empire was was nowhere near us. But this is all so new and everybody is learning together, And there's something that's uniting about unknown territory. Tio chart together. Well, I could ask you either. Have the greatest right now are you've got a mask on. And how do you how many hours a day to get that mask on? I mean, honestly, the the only time I'm pulling this mouse down is when I'm in my office and the doors were shut. And honestly, I thought moments where I've been sitting on my computer in my desk. And have the door open and I just found myself up in my mascot very quick. Um, So, yeah, I mean, almost almost all day, And I think now that I have my sunglasses on out on the field as well, I really feel like You know, you're not getting any of the normal exposure to the people around you and I feel pretty protected. Some guys were wearing hoods. On top of that. That's a very, very different time. Mike that's for sure. John, Why don't you just Why don't you jump in John Well, how is that going to mean? It's so out of the ordinary and guys were supposed to be distancing when it's a close knit group and all that kind of stuff. I mean, how do you How do you see that happening? Are guys able to stay distanced and whatnot? Yeah, I mean, like I said about the umpires. I'm pretty proud of the way our group is tackling this. We're taking the health and safety protocols and Major League Baseball has designed and implemented very seriously. Every day that we come to the ballpark were aware of the virus going on outside. And then No, we know that we have to do everything we possibly can to keep it from from infiltrating our ballpark ballpark spaces. Um, one thing that has become really clear to me every day that I walked on our field. Is how lucky we are to be in the vault. We recognize that there's so many Giants employees are people are poured their hearts and souls into getting everybody ready to play this season game. The ballpark ready to play this season. They don't get to come to the ballpark it all and I think the players and staff we talked about that quite a bit. We remind ourselves how lucky we are, and I think that's sort of created a lot of the energy that we have on the field. It just kind of starting the day with a little bit of gratitude. They were likely to be out there. Guys, you take their spikes in a little bit deeper and they play a little bit harder. So we feel in inspired by our privilege. Tape. Well, I went out through today and And I watched from our of broadcast booth for maybe half an hour. And there was not as John actually got a chance to see part of the the scrimmage or whatever you wanna call it. All I saw was a lot of guys playing catch and things of that nature. But I think the one thing that I appreciate it more than anything was how beautiful the park is. Well and how gorgeous everything looks from the bull pens to the grass McCovey Cove in and so I appreciate what you're saying. As faras. You guys feel that you're really lucky to be out there because for the half hour I was there. I felt lucky to be us. I like you so doing we just came in from a meeting in center field. It was myself in our pitching coach Andrew Bailey. Tyler Rogers was out there with US Joy Bar. Coon Rod. Um, and we were talking about the bullpens and Alfie was meeting the meeting. So we were talking about how much time and effort Was spent. Putting those two new bullpen's out in center field. And when Bailey was talking about like a kid in a candy store because they're so well done, there's a tasteful It's such nice views of the field. The fans are gonna have so much access to seeing the players and the bullpen's And that was kind of the core of the conversation was which bullpen was better, and it's hard to choose like they're both sensational, so and again like I want to be clear. I feel some of this, but our players are feeling it as well. It is a beautiful ballpark, and they're lucky to be playing on that surface and In all the facilities that we have here. Did you choose one yet Every allowed to ask Well, I think that that decision is still being made. It was designed to have the visitors will and be the closest one to center field. And the home bullpen, the closest one to the left field line. You know, they're They're awesome. So you know, we'll see what we really want it. We want to make this kind of decision as an organization. There's one eye balls aren't right. You go ahead and just one more. Is there one that's easier to steal the other team signs? Yeah. Give me a job, aren't you? You know, along those lines, John before you came on, we were talking about him. John and Dwayne both being out there today, and there has been some chatter. That the new dimensions have in your scrimmages and batting practices that maybe some of the long time James players have noticed that they might make a little bit more of a difference than we guess. What do you think? Well, I would like to think that they're just demonstrating more power and okay, all the work that they've done in the cage is paying off. I knew from my experience it for my experience in this all art, which is limited to being a visiting player on DSO taking batting practice on this field a number of times I know that. During the day, the ball travels much better than doesn't night. When it's warm. The ball travels much better win. Then when it's cold and windy, we got a lot of nice days out here, and we've seen many more balls flying out of the ballpark, particularly to the middle of a field..
"andrew bailey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"You've been really nice with your time and joined us a bunch of times, but There are specific rules in that handbook that I read about do not get close to empires to argue calls do you're not supposed to go out there and yell at him? Well, we're practicing today. Very interestingly, we have both empires wearing a mask, which The middle of our our all of our staff. Both medical and Garfield. Stop. Pretty proud. We'd like to see that and then you know, I went out to make like a practice that you change. And, you know, just kind of stayed away from our picture. We have the umpire obviously throw the new ball to do the picture. I took the ball from the pitcher's Put the ball in my pocket and sanitized. They got downright college and you know the Empire was was nowhere near us. But look, this is all it's all new and everybody is learning together. And there's something that's uniting about unknown territory. Tio chart together. Well, I could ask you either. Have the greatest right now are you've got a mask on. And how many hours a day, do you? How many hours a day? Do you have that mask? I mean, honestly, the the only time I'm pulling this mouse down is when I'm in my office and the doors are shut. Well, honestly, I got moments where bits into my computer in my desk and have the door open and I just found myself up in my mask. Armory quit. Um, So, yeah, I mean, almost almost all day, And I think now that I have my sunglasses on out on the field as well, I really feel like You know you're not getting any of the normal exposure to the people around you. I feel pretty protected. Some guys were wearing hoods. On top of that, and That's a very, very different time. Mike that's for sure. John, Why don't you just Why don't you jump in John Well, how is that going to mean? It's so out of the ordinary and guys were supposed to be distancing when you know it's a close knit group and all that kind of stuff. I mean, how do you How do you see that happening? Are guys able to stay distanced and whatnot? Yeah, I mean, like I said about the umpires. I'm pretty proud of the way our group is tackling this. We're taking the health and safety protocols that Major league baseball has designed and implemented very seriously. Every day that we come to the ballpark were aware of the virus going on outside. And then No, we know that we have to do everything we possibly can to keep it from from infiltrating Our ballpark in our ballpark spaces. Um one thing that has become really clear to me every day that I walked on our field is how lucky we are to be involved. We recognize that there's so many Giants employees. People have poured their hearts and souls to getyou. Everybody ready to play this season game a ballpark ready to play this season. They don't get to come to the ballpark it all and I think the players and staff we talked about that quite a bit. We remind ourselves how lucky we are. And I think that's sort of created a lot of the energy that we have on the field. They're just kind of starting the day with a little bit of gratitude. They were likely to be out there, guys, you know they're spikes in a little bit deeper and I think they played a little bit harder. So we feel in inspired by out of the RV. Tape. Well, I went out there today and, uh, And I watched from our of broadcast booth for maybe half an hour. And there was not John actually got a chance to see part of the the scrimmage here whenever you want to call it all I saw was a lot of guys playing catch and things of that nature. But I think the one thing that I appreciate it more than anything. Was how beautiful the park is and how gorgeous everything looks from the bull pens to the grass, McCovey Cove and And and so I appreciate what you're saying. As faras. You guys feel that you're really lucky to be out there because for the half hour I was there. I felt lucky to be out there. I like you so doing we just came in from a meeting in center field. It was myself in our pitching coach Andrew Bailey. Tyler Rogers was out there with US Joy Bar. Coon Rod, Um and we were talking about the bullpens and Alfie was reading the meeting. So we were talking about how much time and effort Was spent putting those two new bullpen's out in center field. And when Bailey was talking about was like a kid in a candy store because they're so well done theirs so tasteful. They're such nice views of the field. The fans are gonna have so much access to seeing the players and the bullpen's And that was kind of the core of the conversation was which bullpen was better, and it's hard to choose like they're both sensational, so and again like I want to be clear. I feel some of this, but our players are feeling it as well. It is a beautiful ballpark, and they're lucky to be playing on that surface. And in all the facilities that we have here, did you choose one yet every allowed to ask Well, I think that that decision is is still being made. It was designed to have the visitors will and be the closest one to center field. And the home bullpen. The closest one to the left field line. You know, they're They're both awesome. So you know, we'll see what we really want it. We want to make this kind of decision. As an organization. There's a lot of eyeballs, right? Go ahead. Just one more. Is there one that's easier to steal the other team signs? Yeah, trying to get me in trouble, aren't you? You know, along those lines, John before you came on, we were talking about him. John and Dwayne both being out there today, and there has been some chatter. That the new dimensions have in your scrimmages and batting practices that maybe some of the long time change players have noticed that they might make a little bit more of a difference than we guess. What do you think? Well, I would like to think that they're just demonstrating more power and okay, all the work that they've done in the cages paying on. I think from from my experience it for my experience in this all art, which is limited to being a visiting player on DSO taking batting practice on this field a number of times I know that. During the day, the ball travels much better than doesn't night. When it's warm. The ball travels much better win. Then when it's cold and windy, we got a lot of nice days out here, and we've seen many more balls fly out of the ballpark, particularly to the middle of the field..
"andrew bailey" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan
"Day ahead into important and the pitch outside a sinking fastball one ball and two strikes Craig Breslow is up in the bullpen for the AC is their primary closer now with Andrew Bailey injured day comes home one two and it's grounded to the shortstop hole Elvis back candidates off his glove and Courtney will reach a difficult place to play you expect Elvis Andrus to make and the ease of the tying run on base with nobody else you sure do he expects to make use of staring off into space right now struggles at the plate maybe started to carry over on the field right now that was over toward the whole book Martin's far from their fastest runner he should have had a few words tell this was just stepping onto the outfield grass moving to his right and now here's Ellis who has walked singled and fly to center young players even with the bag at third camp to hold the runner at first base tying run at first nobody out in the eighth and here's the pitch to Ellis it's a slider for a strike your bone is several steps over toward the alley in right center field Tsuzuki OnDeck confused enough both right handed batters the day turns those over to first in Barton is back pardon his seven steals he's been caught three times and mark Ellis lifetime against day old four seven who's ready in the bullpen police is still warm date of the bill and here's.
"andrew bailey" Discussed on Impact Pricing
"The way that you approach value compensation setting process just keeps you so much more confidence to to ask for the prices that you deserve to get. Closer to establish proposal sending principal now we're just haggling ever prize. Much regard for any base. Same Ask. Welcome to impact pricing the podcast we discuss pricing value and the negotiated relationship between them on March diving today. Our guest is Andrew Bailey. Here are three things about Andrew before we start. He started his own consulting firms than running it for twelve years of course about pricing. He wrote a book titled The. Seven. Biggest mistakes people unwittingly make when negotiating and how to avoid them, and we're have to teach about order titles, and his linked in ideas amazing. It is pricing mentor welcome Andrew. Thank you very much? Fault grits podcasts. Yours Hey did you much hassle over the length of that book title I just gave you some, but. Yeah date I think I read something that said actually sometimes long book titles can be really useful I guess. The jury is still out on that one. Just thought it was interesting. So. Let's start. How did you get into pricing? I go into pricing..
"andrew bailey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"I look forward to thank you and play hard to write yes the S. Mauricio de mon on the Murph and mac show awesome good started to reach me yeah we got to do a picture I would have to reduce traffic here on Bali neck I got to get that for you here it is politics traffic sponsored by ExtraHop networks extra the cyber security company that modern enterprise businesses rely on to secure the cloud ExtraHop threat detection and response is ninety five percent faster demo the product and check out customer stories at ExtraHop dot com be right back with I think pitching coach Andrew Bailey next on Camby are one of four five and six ABC sports leader for the Chilton auto body traffic deaths with the good news on westbound eighty that crash right before six eighty in Fairfield been cleared a little sluggish though as you approach the scene from West Texas street and a westbound eighty will also slow down in Contra Costa county were seen pockets from highway four down to Albany but there's several breaks in there you've also got delays of course on the Altamont approach westbound two oh five and five eighty beginning at Negley out past redline and five eighty already very slow from Christmann road southbound six eight far reported in the tri valley so watch for it some reduced visibility issues and then it's awesome five eighty down this little Boulevard in San Francisco were backed up to the mains metering lights are on at the west Melbourne you're listening to Murph and mac all valuable now on to the end dot com through your smartphone or desktop MBR sees sports leader hi John Hillary with the Henry Union Square hotel located in the heart of San Francisco I was curious on how your new year's resolutions were going are you back on the stationary bike working your **** off to get rid of some extra ounces from your waist or do you leave it in the pas mode.
"andrew bailey" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"But a portion of southern Jefferson County is also in that area the two men seeking seat Republican Mike name S. and Democrat Andrew Bailey name S. was a part of the Kentucky labor education workforce development cabinet under former governor Bevin Bailey has more than a dozen years experience as a teacher we're gonna go to Iowa now that's where senators Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren OR they're getting ready for tonight's presidential debate and they're not quite getting along offering conflicting accounts on what Sanders said about whether a woman can win the White House and twenty twenty ABC's Karina Mitchell sorts it out I was with foreign alleging the Vermont senator told her in a twenty eighteen meeting that he didn't think a woman could win the White House over night on CNN a spokesman for Sanders denying the comment clearly very centers to not say that a woman could not win that clearly is not a what he said the friction between the two beginning days earlier after a separate report claiming the Sanders campaign circulated talking points that criticized Warren for being a candidate for the elite let's go to London now that's where Queen Elizabeth as apparently brokered a deal that allow prince Harry and Megan the combined independent living while still maintaining some royal duties it's a tricky one but the queen who soon to be ninety four seems to have threaded the needle and come up with a workable solution although not all the details have been completely nailed down yet watching with interest well commentator Victoria Murphy you have these two people have been living this life doing these duties as they have been done before he was saying actually no we don't want to do it like this anymore we want to do things differently we want a new model kill major sticking points pays for the royal couple security in Canada and potentially messy tax implications Tom rivers ABC news learned and an annual event designed to probe provoke a few laughs is in the books it's the no pants subway ride held Sunday in nearly two dozen cities around the world the girl behind the event improv everywhere says they expected thousands to participate by writing commuter trains in the middle of the winter cancellous the event started in New York but the craze of pencil as transportation has spread across the country overseas your next news update coming at seven I'm will Clark news radio eight forty WHAS Kentucky M. as breaking news weather and traffic station that doesn't sound like a very good I think it is specially the winter time what you don't want to ride a train with no pants of course I know do they get to wear boxer shorts yeah it's not have you take it it's just I didn't know what have you seen yeah what have you seen images of this have you seen so much well the news puts out it's a bit disturbing with the number of ours that we have running around and date that you would have a bunch of people run around in underwear that people would actually do this right but apparently they do it in the **** point it's no different than what people wear on beaches basics is run if you've written the New York City transit system anytime in the last decade yeah there's a reasonably good chance you're gonna see somebody without I want to add to that that I I just don't want to sit down anywhere where somebody just decided boxers was enough or panties or whatever it's just kind of describe one if your if your paintless there's some cities that I'd I think I would just stand I don't know that I'm putting my my pet list rear on a subway seat and some of the same always because they were moaning here on no because just just doing it just paint was but Peter will come out with a because next week all right we got tell yeah pants are unfair to animals yesterday the Houston Astros general manager Jeff one now Jeter.
"andrew bailey" Discussed on The Leader
"Be involved in that decision. Bailey himself. He's a bank. Lifeway joined the Bank of England in one thousand nine hundred eighty five. He knows it inside out. The Bank of England is of course this buying overseas All the magazine. UK In steps in when this Things like the the northern rock crisis and of course. SS interest rates Bailey as assays is from Lester is West Bromwich Album Fan West Brom riding behind the league championship Soviet hoping to bring some of that buoyancies of the financial markets. But yeah. He's very much seen as a safe pair of hands in this process. That Taylor has been interesting at times as the bank looks potentially two points of woman but instead in the end selected. Bailey is a safe pair of hands. What is needed? We're heading into some fairly uncharted waters with with brexit. Well is interesting. Because we see so much so much fireworks out of Westminster but really Bailey's going offset that we saw I with deployment of Mark Carney a different breed of governor and international what's called a rockstar central banker and there are a few of them around around the world but Bailey is a more low profile kind of person and but nonetheless is seen as a sort of fat empire in the city The people like he's also also got this nickname of the big sexy turtle which was handed to him by Marconi and he will need a thick skin into this job. He's the only thing thing that run up to his candidacy that might perfected him. was a couple of scandals in the city over the last year namely the London capsule and finance. Ask another. We've led on on in the paper and also that near would blow up in his fund bally's handling of those two has been questioned. What's Mark Carney's legacy heading off if they're heading off to do whatever it is you do when you leave the Bank of England? What's even behind? Yes what mark did next will be an interesting one to look out for. Lots of speculation. Asian around that already Connie his legacy is really about modernizing the bank. This is a centuries old institution This dealing with a market. That's changing rapidly. We're seeing the rise of things like crypto currencies and different ways of lending and the bank has to be agile and keep up with that and he's been at the forefront of dealing with that he's also been very very clump things like climate change Personal Passion of his which has been interesting area for the bank to step into once more part of his legacies? This nickname that he earned himself The unreliable boyfriend this was to do with his introduction of forward guidance hadn't sown interest rates. It would seem that he was setting out the bank's forecast And then having to revise them all the time To the point where people getting annoyed by that one. The things that Bailey needs to deal with is is giving a bit more cloudy tomorrow. On where interest rates are heading. And that's the leader triads. Atta Morning News Bulletins through your smart speaker just ask for the news from the Evening Standard and subscribe to this podcast through your podcast provider to make sure you don't miss an episode. We're he every weekday at four P._M...
"andrew bailey" Discussed on The Leader
"The evening. Standard's investigation led by David. Cohen revealed an unpublicized enormous. This and growing problem with opioid addiction in the United Kingdom it also identified one small change. That could help and addiction warning on packets more than a year later. That's what's happening. An editorial column is welcoming it. The appearance for the first time on OPIOID packets of warning messages essages stating contains OPIOID can cause addiction. Is a lifesaving change that will have lasting benefits for decades to come. It is the wonderful step forward for which the regulators concern should be congratulated and a great victory for this newspaper which has played a game changing role in securing the reform we revealed in March twentieth eighteen. How the pills manufacturers were failing to tell us about the full extent of the danger range? They posed even though the same drugs were required to carry such messages in the US. The first packs with the new message finally starting in to appear in chemists. We are delighted and proud that our efforts have helped chief such a valuable advance while investigations editor. David Cohen is here to talk about his work. David what's been achieved. You Sir addiction warnings have begun to appear on the front of prescription opioid packs dispensed the high street for the first time And this will be arriving at pharmacies in time for Christmas. So these five words contains Hanes opioid can cause addiction are now in place directly as a result of our game changing twenty eighteen investigation which we called the opioid timebomb. I'm interested in. Why took an investigation by the evening standard to make this happen because these these five was the very simple? Don't take a lot of space the appear on packets in America. Why the reluctance here in the UK? Hey in America the same drugs the same highly addictive purchase opioids have addiction. Shen warnings on the box. They called black box warnings and in this country as we pointed out tonight investigation. None of the boxes of the most potent to prescription opioids had any mention of the addictive nature of these drugs. So the Dick of potential of these drugs on the box and and when we first approached the regulator they were resistant. They said no they were very happy with how things were. But after article in the pressure Investigation to their credit. They immediately responded. Set up an expert working group. Who deliberated for about nine months get getting adding all the evidence and then basically decided that they agreed with the Evening Standard and setting process a system whereby the pharmaceutical companies were asked to change the labeling it was done on a voluntary basis all the pharmaceutical companies? He's greed said no sanctions to be imposed and they will ask within three months of agreement to make the changes and these. These new PEX are now beginning to hit the high street. Not all at once they will hit it not all at once because different manufacturers is have different manufacturing schedules. There is another issue in the these. Painkillers is being given to people who don't need them are we. Are we prescribing to manny. Well that's that was the context of this investigation. We revealed that they had been an eighty percent. Increase in prescription opioids in the UK in the lost ten years and about twenty. Three million prescriptions were being issued and our research and the scientific evidence was showing that in ninety percent of cases. These drugs were entirely useless. They were no better than a hot water bottle than placebo. People get onto these drugs and then they thought if they don't work. They upped the dose and they upped the dose more and that is the the the problem though a high profile cases of people dying following Painkiller Addiction. So it's a genuine serious and very large problem Absolutely absolutely over two hundred thousand people killed in the US and we have to be smart. We have to avoid that here and that is why Matt Hancock. The Health Secretary has gone on the record today praising our campaign praising our investigation and saying he absolutely insists on these worn can these these Addiction warnings being prominently displayed on prescription painkillers prominently displayed eight. But you know not taking up a massive amount of space not a really long sentence and yet it likely will save lives. I hope so. I think that it's one of the things that I'm most proud of in the ten years of investigations. I've done on the evening standard. These five simple words. This little box is something which I tell. My children is a legacy of the investigative work that we have done and I really think that it is part of an awful a weaponry that can head off the problem and save lives next as from Leicester is a Westbrook Xiaobin Fan and West Brom Riding High League championships over hoping to bring some of that points as the financial markets are business news editor. Alex Lawson looks at the career of Andrew Bailey including why the next governor of the Bank of England is known as the the big sexy title. Andrew Bailey has been announced as the next governor of the Bank of England. He's currently the head of the Financial Conduct Authority and has has been chosen over a wide field of speculated candidates including the Deputy Governor Dana New Shafique and chairwoman of Sandton dear Baroness Strategic Darrow but announcing announcing the decision at Westminster Chancellor's Sanjay Javid said. Mr Bailey was the clear frontrunner when we don't this process. We said that we were looking king for a leader of international standing with expertise across monetary economic and regulatory policy and in Andrew Bailey. We have found just that. Here's what the standard things. The next governor of the Bank of England Andrew Bailey would be the first nice to say that unlike current governor mark. Carney he is not a rock star of the central banking world nor does his appointment as a middle aged white man and break any glass ceilings. But that doesn't matter for he. Is that even more important thing a dedicated public servant with good judgement with a lifetime in and around the Bank of England. Mr Bailey proved his mettle as a steady hand in the heat of the financial crisis when Mr Bailey was asked to become head of the FCA towards the end of two thousand fifteen. He didn't really want the job he knew he was taking a risk with his career. In taking on such such a noisy difficult rolled bought he was told directly that his country needed him and so he did his duty he only asked for one thing in return that he considered a candidate for the next governor of the Bank of England then chancellor promised that he would be to chancellor insulator that promise has been more than made good we welcome Bailey of the Bank Business Business News editor Alex Lawson here. Alex who is Andrew Bailey so Andrew Bailey is currently the executive of the Financial Conduct Authority. The city watchdog His name has long been in the frame for this job. Feels like a lifetime that we've been waiting for the announcement of Marconi's successor. The decision decision has been delayed and delayed because of that word Brexit And now we finally have that clarity that everyone seems to hopeful these days. We were expecting to Stepped down on January thirty first Brexit Day as it may be that will now take place in March time for the handover and of course vacancy at the top of the CIA well but needs to be filled on government will.
"andrew bailey" Discussed on The Leader
"Cause addiction five. Simple words this little box. It is part of an awesome of weaponry that that can head off the problem or investigations editor. David Cohen talks to the leader. Roberta's struggled to get regulators and drug companies to make a change that will save lives. Also I'm delighted to announce that the next governor of the Bank of England. We'll be Andrew Bay Chancellor Sergey Javed's named and Andrew Bailey is the next governor of the Bank of England. We asked the Standards Business News editor Alex Lawson. If it's a good choice art taken from the Evening Standard's editorial column. This is the leader for the whole thing. Pick up the newspaper ahead to Standard Duck Kota UK slash comment in a moment. The five words. We'll save countless lives. And how the evening standard put them there. It took me about two weeks addicted moving year and a half lost everything my family businesses. I my friends kept saying I was going to stop into into stop. 'cause you open the last year. Philip hopwood spoke to the Evening Standard about an opioid addiction. That cost him a six figure salary his home and his family it it started when he was given morphine in hospital after a burst appendix soon he was picking up his drugs from a dealer on Oxford Circus. I wanted to just stop taking because I realize become an ethics so I wanted to stop so I just stopped and I'll go really severe withdrawal symptoms within twenty four hours. So so it's shaking Insomnia anxiety panic attacks and near near stages so I had to get some more.
Bank of England Picks New Governor to Guide It After Brexit
"We have reports of the financial times and we're expecting an announcement this hour on the next bank of England governor indeed Andrew Bailey is the nineties currently head of the FCC at eight and that many people saying he'll be a very safe pair of hands it was a little bit of criticism of in just a month or so ago when they were trying to handle the wood for the issue which of course slightly hangs over so that's the what but yeah so today is the day the brexit deal starts his way through problem yeah just about two hundred eighty for a second I mean the reason a lot of people say he's a safe pair of hands as he did spend three decades at the BOP previous to his role at the FCA with roles including deputy governor and she's a cashier he's also a well respected academic studied a PhD in economic history and study history cashier he's also a well respected academic studied a PhD in economic history and study history originally at Cambridge you're right that some of the recent criticisms with it he was a bit of a soft touch on financial misconduct but another sort of point of concern I suppose if he is to be appointed as the fact that the new governor is not going to be a woman because the bank of England has already been criticized about the lack of a diverse city among its ranks and of course there were many other kinds is being touted including women alike minutia feet former deputy governor uneven ahead of the Marcy who founded Newton investment management but to your point about the withdrawal bill being put to parliament today as well Roger I mean there's going to be a huge inbox for whoever takes over they'll have about forty days before they have to actually get into the job to really hit the ground running that's a quarter of the time that Marconi and and moving king had to to sort of prepare for the role and in terms of what to look ahead to with the withdrawal agreement bill expecting to be smooth process channel thirty first four out move process John is that he was out but then of course the whole point of the negotiations begin and the fee is this time next year we could still be looking down the barrel of a new deal breaks it and that the pound does seem to reflect that panel full this morning
"andrew bailey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Is going to join us next hour well out of the five how about that Andrew Bailey new pitching coach robin on a one year pitchers and his dad tonight there you go that's gonna be a first so I would assume it is and as you pointed out it is a first for them to he didn't even know what you need to know what was going on but that's outlined came together but Hey man congrats on the on the gig and and welcome to the San Francisco Giants thank you very much I appreciate it thanks for having me on it and look forward to being a part of the giant family and and such a great show organization NASA Destry so you know we're looking for to to compete in and being part of giants well give us an idea of how this all came together I mean you're only thirty five years old you're gonna be coach and people that are probably are the same age as you out there like how has this been a vision of yours for a while hunter all come together no I don't think if it was ever really a vision I think towards the end of my career once my trees kind of became too much to handle and the kind of saw the the the door closing yeah I made the decision to step away from the game immediately have an opportunity to join the angel staff and work with Billy Eppler and and angel spun office and star really kind of went to school over the last two and a half three years you know kind of like grad school you know so I work in the front office and work with our our Indian analysts that understand the draft process and work with our by a mechanic the by mechanist sending our strength and conditioning and kind of just kind of had a had a feeling her at all and eventually got back on the field and was the replay coordinator two years ago it while kind of juggling ride the attacks in really was the conduit of information between the front office and and the players and and it was really nice because I I did I I just played with those guys the your prior so I had those relationships already in place and and now being able to help them and further their careers with something that personally I got a lot out of and and obviously you got that in order to form so than last year took on the the role and coach it kind of the same thing and and learned a lot about you know the deck technologies and all that kind of stuff in the game over the last couple years that so I I feel like I have a unique standpoint and and this opportunity kind of just came to me and got a phone call in and took the interview and gave and I hit it off and and Farrakhan from the past Scott Harrison and all those guys so really looking for forward to being part of this special group in and I get to work once you take the opportunity to maybe put to rest some fears that fans may have been you know this kind of deal it's it's never fair but because so many of the the new coaches are so young are there are there are there are a lot of fans looking and there's going wait a minute how do you know where where's the experience how do these guys know how to how to do all this so what's what's your answer to that yeah I mean I think I think the what I've learned over the last few years especially more so on the on the on the non playing side is that you know the coaching staff you know while we're busy playing you know those guys are are learning and honing in their own process these skills from a coaching standpoint so I really don't think age you know age is a factor obviously you know with the staff there the previous previous regime with the giants and obviously there's a wealth of knowledge and and you know Kurt Kurt was my pitching coach in Oakland and him and I had a great conversation a few days ago you know but I I want the fans to know that these guys are just coming out of the woodwork their you know their house since college when the whatever whatever they have done yeah whatever they stop playing they're holding in their own skills on the coaching front and for me to be able to fall in love with the game from a different viewpoint was really special to me because as a as a former player as you see that door closing yeah a whole Lotta anxiety a lot of different emotions come about because you know you know baseball going to be over and you're thirty one thirty two you know or hopefully forty and you have no idea what the future holds so for me to be able to at now view the game from multiple different viewpoints and and fall in love with the game all over again is very special to me and also our young coaches holding in their own skills over last you know ten or fifteen years isn't these these guys are getting the big the job just because they're very good at what they do and I think from a pitching standpoint this this job is it is very intriguing to me because we do have a lot of intelligence around the pitching staff already and also the coaches so there's a few different you know from Bach bride banister and you think cats we all bring in different different you know expertise is and and working together and collaborating on thoughts and ideas that again with the pictures of mine it's it's going to be a it's gonna be a great opportunity and and really look forward to it and Bailey the new pitching coach for the giants is with us on the sports later Andrew you mentioned your time alongside Farhan Zaidi when you were with the Oakland days I I'm sure you're also aware that that there are still a lot of questions giants fans have about this new regime in a new way of doing things but since you were a player first when he was an executive with you what what was your perspective then as a player watching him do whatever it is he does or how you would put that into words yeah I'll put together team right so or in this case really an organization and and I think I thank from from my viewpoint just personally you know you never know where relationships can go you know I never thought I'd be the pitching coach of the giants list you know far on being the president baseball ops right so I just think like we hit it off as as the player executive relationship and I kind of always had a had had a awareness about the analytics and I love for the game the you know the the minor league organization and and from that kind of tent out we view point but you know being over here and and understanding you know their goals and their long term goals of of building not just to all one year winner but a team that can compete year in and year out is something that I really want to be a part of and obviously there's a lot of change going on in your organization and I know that I'm sure the stand there are you know a little bit on easy on that but you know changes changes is difficult and no matter what you do and I think that if a hopefully the fans understand that you know she didn't change isn't always necessary but in this case I think that with the long term view point of of having another run like they did a few years ago that's our goal I I hope that they can jump on board and I know that they well it especially with you know the intelligence that we have around the front office and and all the staff at helping out these players that to perform the best of their abilities my sense is that when you are hired you probably knew at least it was highly likely that Madison Bumgarner was not going to be on your staff but what was your reaction to the news that came out this week yeah I mean I I I'm not privy to those conversations it during my interview process so I I'm I'm assuming that all kind of ways going down during those days but you know like I said men are you know that it's in now that had a had a great career as a giant you know I will forever be looked at as a giant you know there's he did so much for the organization and and you know it for me I I would love to get to know all men and all that stuff but I think I think from moving on and wanting to go to Arizona using that path for him and his family he he also earned that right you know as a as a former player you know I I can't really speak badly of that decision because you know he earned the right to choose that contract and go ever you want so you know for us you know as the organization we look forward to your helping our younger guys in the minor leagues to become the next Madison Bumgarner and I hope that the fans can understand that you know it with guys in what way higher that that does take some time and hopefully that we can you know build bill temperatures and track some guys that they can fall in love with for years to come to to to fill those shoes so you know and and we have a couple guys on staff right now that hopefully that they can you know entertain them and then we didn't win ballgames obviously most importantly and go out the answer I want to talk to bow roles because on pitching staffs they they are evolving for sure currently the giants don't have a closer at least an established one we know of could openers be used this year like what what should fans expect when it when it comes to those those kinds of questions yeah I mean that the that the answer that I'm sure that you know gave an eye in the front office and the rest of the staff cool a will you know discuss later on but you know coming from Anaheim where we used openers pretty frequently at least at least one one time through education you know something that the the plot from a player standpoint they you know after two or three times it didn't even bother them obviously you're playing with personalities and I think I think the the most important thing to keep in mind is that is coaching is a lot about relationship building understanding what you know what makes each guy tech didn't understand who you can open west you know who get from a reliever standpoint in that regard and also from the stand starting standpoint who come in the second or third inning it in that regard as well so for us to take a blend of understanding personalities and also using analytics to our advantage and making the most and and making the are most probable outcome in our favor so from from that I would I would expect I haven't talked to gave but you know I've done that in the past that he was bullpen coach last year helping started preparing also the reliever getting ready for the game so I do have you know some knowledge and experience there and you know I'm I'm looking for a lot of W's I'm sure the game the game is changing you know that's obviously evident with all the technology and and the usages of pensioners and you know all the all the pitch mixes and stuff nowadays so for us it's gonna be a collaborative thing and and getting the best plan and ultimately building relationships and and wanting these guys to compete to the best of their abilities are you talking to a fan base that that is not familiar with all bidders I think the giants tried at least that you know I can remember they tried it at least once last year with Nick Vincent it didn't go well I think the first hit or hit a home run but not.
"andrew bailey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Business flash. Now, let's get back to our special holiday programming on day, break Europe and this morning, we're taking a closer look at Brexit. We can't talk about Europe because without discussing Brexit. According to the UK's financial regulator, British and e. Need to undertake a big debate over post Brexit oversight financial conduct authority. Both Andrew Bailey tells new guy Johnson and vonnie Quinn. That's the only way to know. Markets and resolution of disputes. There are those the suggests that the would gain all the city of London would gain advantage post. Brexit do away with significant swathes of financial regulation that currently this those that make that argument missing the point that the global regulation is increasing way, we should look the globally regulations becoming more lines not less sweetly. There's no question that in the period since the crisis financial crisis decipher a decade ago. What is really happened is a global initiative to build stronger regulatory foundations by the financial world. So is that question. Impact on that increasingly global approach which is right because Trump is global financial regulation is becoming an ever-increasing pas of of every financial centers make up an constitution, and those oversea it's made to have the finger on the pulse of what is happening with the regulatory environments prerequisite for whoever wants to be the next governor of the Bank of England that they should have significant regulatory experience. Well, spent years. Staring round of questions, but let me say this. I mean, what's changed in the post? The bacterium has been given important. Very important regulatory responsibility says. Back in the nineteen eighties. Had regulators that we went for a long wave of not having them, and it is appropriate that the central banks you have those responsibilities. Anonymous, Trump support for that? I'm starting volt in the areas a member to the commences. You want to post Brexit relationship with the EU in terms of financial services to look like financial services, the most important parts of the Brexit process. Assuming that goes this way, we'll be the next face to come which is about the future relationship. That's the Cape financial services. Now, I think he can say from what's already being a great in this about line agreement between the U that there was an agreement to base it on what I would say. I wish to flesh this out criminal arrangement has to have substance round. And it can't be just politics coming together. And saying what do we think today? By financial markets. And finally us regulators as well, we need to operate in a frame what that gives us predictability that we can operate within that we can take and implement decisions can do that without disrupting markets and the very important public interest objectives. So that's what we need to for. View. So you're embarking on a year of discussion of dialogue. Where is the end point? Where do you anticipate that there will be a set of British regulations that will accomplish the goals, you just laid out? Well, let me say on that first of all the surprise seems to me should start with a potent underlying principle that we support open financial markets, and that we support open global financial I'd say that quite clearly this is not about regional financial markets. It's about global financial markets. So that should be very clear and point for this price. I also second point is that I think the agreements that we have with other countries should be based on outcomes comes founded on clear principles, and we use rules to in a sense put those into practice, but it's outcomes that Matha we should be judged by the outcomes emission outcomes, and we should found crinolines on these on that approach. This whole issue of the UK and the EU. We think.
"andrew bailey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Resulted in dismissal probation sure i think one officer who immediately comes to mind is raymond moreira and he was found guilty by the department of beating a man with his baton for no reason and then about a year later handcuffed the prisoner and how them down well officers beat him he lied about it when asked by internal affairs what had happened he received this penalty dismissal probation so there's that on one end then we also talked to officers who felt like they got this penalty for being for questioning department practices and raising concerns about how the police department as its business schlicker's through how this works how exactly to someone who is guilty of either breaking the law brick and department rules in these ways end up with probation rather than jail oral losing work you can actually plead selfdefence for like what one of the people was um well you give the example a actually let's going through this example um andrew bailey found to have been touching a female student on the thigh when uh patrolling a school and kissing or on the chee while she was sitting in his car was was this an actual nypd officer this is ask will safety agent i believe here referring to which is in department prions a little bit difference a civilian employee and set of an officer with an older woman on the monkey a yeah uh and what happened in andrew bailey's case so just as you are red brian that's what he was charged with and the way it works is when you face charges um at the nypd uh you can either plead guilty.
"andrew bailey" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"There is a realistic chance it's of charges being brought twenty five to eight nearly ten years ago the west stood on the brink of a financial meltdown a didn't quite happened with the effects of the crash you're with us to this day and that of what is we might be heading in the same direction for much the same reasons to many people being loaned too much money especially now young people are economics earlier kemal ombudsmen talk into andrew bailey use the head of the financial conduct authority there is quarter net quotas pronounced buildup of indebtedness amongst the younger age group an by the way i don't think this and we should not think this is social and sons reckless borrowing i think mrs lawrimore sort of direct to the arts central costs i saw a decrepit of what garden rungta that is why centers run by a charles's talking to people were programmed does and it's not new credits and insular classics on so those are those of ford affordability of a living monica's housing do you think it is i think it's growing now i don't think by unmos in the school says it's such as acc it's a crisis in the macroeconomic sense of a but i think what we observe this for it from the point of view of him conduct bora and so on is that is growing in a narrow particular sort of in a sense concentrations sought we observe there has been a clear shift i think only generational pattern of of wealth become a that translates into i think a greater indebtedness a younger age than was probably seen before and that reflects lowell somewhat lower levels of real income somewhat lower levels of of us ownership a and that's i think in an interesting developments in britain which is quite difference intergenerational experiences in terms of different age population of both groups population if there is a growing problem maybe not systemic microalgae say but he's a growing problem with ubs solutions we can put in place in the school they're going to credit should not be available to the sites of sorts slaughter because credit.
"andrew bailey" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"For minute maid park downtown houston astros one angels nothing as we go to the bottom of the fourth inning yuli curiel the designated hitter will lead it off he gets blood nor is still the game starting his fourth inning of work first pitch eddie check sling they look overdue first no sling all won the first base a buyer will little today trip gibson behind the play flash the fox on the television side earlier this year at a three inning outing as the second pitch mrs ke balls and no strikes for bud norris trying to deliver a little bit ole for mike social today epa norris was the closer for or while for the angels this share of houston street battling injuries this season or is behind two goals no strikes which victorio fastball up baby in there for a called strike to in war who's closer until early july gave up a couple of walk off grand slams two of them was bullpen was doomed from the start this year snores looks in for the signed two one pitch mrs outside three in one ustr street was supposed to be the closer andrew bailey was supposed to be the setup man i think combined they had four appearances total this season with the injuries the real big righthanded hitter waiting and now looks back and calls for time eighteen th homer last night the decisive threerun homer fifty eight extrabase hits most by it astros rookie ever as we slaves and skies one but a right out of play count runs full three two i don't think we've got too many three to cows this afternoon certainly not rubbed charlie more orleans pitch did but doris has been effective since the first less than pnb for guys worked out of the bullpen and before fending tried it three to pitch grounded the short simeone's fields hesitates and froze across one away it's gotta be efficient for blood norris tickets blake than he's done that and it looks like it's going to be it got will more hitter by social sure very pleased with but doors is out he was after laws ten seconds for station idea you're listening to major.
"andrew bailey" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The i saw exkabul roaring back and win this one tonight in salt lake city tend to six to take the first of four winning totals for the sky sox ted runs on thirteen hits two hours i socks grant aid listen to this legal go four for nineteen with runners in scoring position a lot of opportunities b six runs nine hits to errors they scranton winning pitcher is tighter web he's now one in one losing pitcher is andrew bailey he falls to own two homerun maurice yo dupont hit his fifth of the year he took three hours and forty three minutes hurt stephen repeated so i won't seven thousand four hundred fifteen take it in break route for this thursday night here at salt lake city sky sox are now two and three on the road trip but more importantly they approved a sixty five at forty three and increase their division lead to seven and a half dev's over oklahoma city who was shut out tonight or else las vegas meanwhile the bees fall to fifty eight a 53 despite the laws they were may two games up on albuquerque in the pacific south division game two of his fourgame series mignona it will be radiator junior derogating start.
"andrew bailey" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball
"Andrew bailey if he could have stayed one piece might have been the closer all year in anaheim and he throws ninety two but he has the highest been fastball in the league so it's part of the is part of the the situations i think green you know the the slider is so good and he has good he has closer velocity i don't really see a reason to denigrate shane green at all i think you know romo screen and the guy and philly are the three best new closers that i agree hedge norris free qualitech respert let's bring 'em up fold movement of the full here hector nair's is now free and clear with both joaquin benoi and um pattni shek innings traded indifferent deadline deal so he he's good to go so no two that he just go yard oh you were in one second ahead of meat wow he pled center and he barely flicked it he was i had a distress out there all 420 no big deal growth us vera's prospect highlights where he looked like maybe he could be while he is in infielder the hit looked like more sort of lean an athletic yeah he had he had that uh he had that feeling like you know what this might this might stay at third that wasn't a short stop in the miners yeah i think he is going to be like a david ortiz at the end of his career yeah for sure but he could be like a david ortiz in terms of hitting though to ease the ira's by the way the padres uniforms that they're wearing to their awesome just just i think they're just like 90s throwbacks they're not any of their like special ones but i like this was are trevor hoffman era the early nice oh a weapon now just bad defense.