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Bloomberg Radio New York

05:03 min | 2 weeks ago

"ann kate" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Yeah, nice to have you back in the office. You've been on holiday there in the lion city. Yeah, you're back up and running and so is the straits times of the index popping about 1% right out of the gate as the market there plays a little bit of catch up as some of the lunar new year festivities that begin to wind down will still have market holidays today in Hong Kong on the mainland in China, Taiwan and Vietnam. We have South Korea back online after a break in the Cosby is rallying to the tune of about 1.4%. Short while ago, we had some inflation data at the retail level for Australia with CPI accelerating at the fastest pace in 32 years in Q four. Trim mean is up about 1.7% that's quarter on quarter above estimates and the overall index rising Q on Q by 1.9%. So needless to say, this is a boosting expectations that we're going to get an RBA rate hike next month. That had been debated earlier and with that, we're seeing a little bit of weakness right now in Australian shares with the ASX 200 down about a half of 1%. We've got the nikkei holding onto a slim gain. Let's call it two tenths of 1%. Stateside seem to be a little fatigue in the equity market after that big rally in the Monday session, a lot of earnings news to talk about after the bell, the Microsoft story was a big one. We'll go into that in greater detail momentarily. We also heard from Texas Instruments, TI suffering its first drop in sales since 2020 and the chip maker with a lukewarm forecast for the current quarter shares were down about a half of 1% in the late U.S. session. I'll take another look at the market action for you in about 15 minutes, right? All right, thanks very much, Doug. Yes, let's dig in more deeply now on Microsoft. It reported earnings above estimates the results showing strength in the Azure cloud services business, sales jumping 38% in the last quarter that was slightly more than expected, and it marked a bright spot in an otherwise lackluster quarter for Microsoft given the slump in sales related to personal computer software and video games. But then on the call with analysts later, Microsoft gave a gloomy outlook for Azure's revenue growth. We heard earlier from Bloomberg's Dina bas. Microsoft's chief financial officer Amy hood gives a forecast. One of the things she said was that the Azure number came out of the December quarter in the mid 30s, which is a little bit lower than what they reported for the whole quarter. And that from that lower point, it would decelerate a further to 5 points in the current quarter. So that worried people. Then she also started discussing the company's commercial business, which increased about 20% in the first half of Microsoft's fiscal year because their fiscal ended the end of June. And she said that that picture would look would deteriorate as well in the second half of Microsoft fiscal year. And see it the CFO saying to expect more layoff announcements as well. Microsoft shares earlier up more than 4% declining about 1% after the forecast. Thank you, Brian, equity, strategists say the next few weeks could tell us whether corporate America remains strong or is starting to slump. City chief investment strategist, Steven Whiting expects to see earnings take a significant hit despite some rosy S moot estimates. It looks so much in the analysts earnings estimates. Like the fourth quarter was the recession. And here we are sitting in the recovery. And it actually looks a little bit like that in financial markets. And it would be wonderful if that were really the truth. If we weren't just on the leading edge of the hit that we're going to have in profits. And of course, how markets traded last year are not anticipating this to be some kind of profit Nirvana. We don't have 20% declines. Something. Now that's cities chief investment strategist Stephen Whiting. When it comes to U.S. stocks, Whiting is overweight on pharmaceuticals. At the same time, cities head of Asia strategies overweight on Chinese equities and bullish on the yuan. More now on the U.S. government suing Google, we get details from Bloomberg's and Kate's in Washington. The Justice Department at 8 U.S. states are suing alphabet's Google. They say the company has an illegal monopoly on digital advertising, and they want to break up the business. It's the Biden administration's first major case challenging one of the largest U.S. tech companies. It's also one of the few times the Justice Department has called for the breakup of a major firm. The last time it dismantled the company was the bell telecom system in 1982. In Washington, I'm Ann Kate, Bloomberg daybreak, Asia. And thank you, Ann for that. And we're seeing Google respond to those allegations from the U.S. government, the company says the Justice Department is, quote, doubling down on a flawed argument. Google is comparing these changes to a similar suit brought by Texas, which it calls unfounded. And this was out during the regular session, Google traded down there about 2.1% in New York. All right, the time is 6 minutes past the hour. It's time for world news. The U.S. and Germany are poised to break

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"ann kate" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:16 min | 2 weeks ago

"ann kate" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Are they telling you about what we can expect in Asia? It's going to be an interesting day. Brian stateside, I think it's fair to see a little bit of fatigue may have set in after that solid rally in the Monday session. You know this flow of earnings now seems to be in full force. The outlooks are perhaps even more important because we're stuck with a situation where perhaps we're looking at a recession down the road after the bell we heard from Microsoft will take a closer look at that momentarily. We also heard after the bell from Texas Instruments TI suffering its first drop in sales since 2020 and the chip maker also gave a tepid forecast for the current quarter, though shares right now very little change in the late session. Now in terms of economic news, U.S. business activity contracting for a 7th straight month, though at a more moderate pace, we had yields lower today across the curve particularly at the long end, the ten year down 5 basis points to three 45. And then if you look at that equity trade, the Dow higher by three tenths of 1%, but the S&P slips a tenth of 1% and the NASDAQ comp Brian down three tenths of 1% today. All right, Doug, let's take a closer look at Microsoft those earnings out. Second quarter profit topping analyst estimates, we get the details for Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. The software giant was helped by strengthen its Azure cloud services business, even as demand slumped for personal computer and corporate software. In Microsoft's closely watched cloud computing business, sales gained 38% compared with predictions for 37% increase, excluding the impact of currency fluctuations last week, Microsoft said it was firing 10,000 workers in the past quarter the software giant's growth engines have faltered as corporate customers became warier of spending in an uneven economic environment. In New York, Charlie Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Thank you, Charlie will, equity strategist, saying the next few weeks could tell us whether corporate America remains strong or is beginning to slump. The chief investment strategist over at Citi is Stephen Whiting he's expecting to see earnings take a significant hit despite some rosy estimates. It looks so much in the analysts earnings estimates like the fourth quarter was the recession. And here we are sitting in the recovery. And it actually looks a little bit like that in financial markets. And it would be wonderful if that were really the truth. If we weren't just on the leading edge of a hit that we're going to have in profits. And of course, how markets traded last year are not anticipating this to be some kind of profit Nirvana. We don't have 20% declines. That is cities investment strategist, chief investment strategist, Steven Whiting. Now when it comes to U.S. equities Whiting is overweight, pharmaceuticals, and at the same time, if you look at the Asia Pacific region, cities head of Asia strategy is overweight, Chinese equities and very bullish on the yuan, Brian. And we're seeing signs of strength dug in some developed markets, data out of Europe, for instance, showing the private sector unexpectedly returning to growth. S&P globals flash manufacturing index rose to 50.2 in January. That's the first time the gauge has pointed to growth since June. Eric Robertson is chief strategist at standard charter. We're seeing upside surprises in the data. This feared recession, the food, and energy crisis, which was so talked about last year, is just turning out to be less threatening than expected. And so I think there's a very good case for Europe to at least outperform some of those really downbeat expectations. Robertson says the situation in Europe does look better than he initially feared. At the same time, S&P Global says the region is, quote, not out of the Woods yet. Well, emerging market equities could be gearing up for very strong run that is the call from Morgan Stanley. We have more from Bloomberg's Tom busby. Stocks and emerging markets are set to be this decades winners. That's according to Morgan Stanley investment management's deputy chief investment officer Jin tundra, kandari. She says developing equities are trading at attractive valuations and economies like India are set for better growth than the U.S.. In fact, kandari calls India one of the top trades at Morgan Stanley. So far this year, the MSCI emerging markets index is up more than 8% could paired with a four and a half percent advance for the S&P 500. In New York, I'm Tom busby, Bloomberg, daybreak, Asia. And now back to his story out of the United States who have been telling you about this for the past 24 hours or so, but now it's official. The U.S. government is suing Google. We get the details from Bloomberg's and Kate's in Washington. The Justice Department and 8 U.S. states are suing alphabet's Google. They say the company has an illegal monopoly on digital advertising, and they want to break up the business. It's the Biden administration's first major case challenging one of the largest U.S. tech companies. It's also one of the few times the Justice Department has called for the breakup of a major firm. The last time it dismantled the company was the bell telecom system in 1982. In Washington, I'm Ann Kate, Bloomberg daybreak, Asia. All right, Anne, thank you, and we're seeing Google respond to those allegations from the U.S. government, the company saying the Justice Department is quote doubling down on a flawed argument. Google is comparing these charges to a similar lawsuit brought by the state of Texas, which each calls unfounded and Brian staying with a theme of Texas can I pivot to Texas Instruments, I mentioned earlier that the company reported a first its first drop in sales since about 2020. And kind of with a tepid forecast for the current quarter weak demand in all ends of the market for semiconductors, I thought this was curious except automotive. Yeah, that has been an industry that has been on fire and apparently it's still very good for TI. I wanted to go back to Google just briefly, the stock did trade down 2.1% today, Doug, and that's because of the weightiness, I suppose of this action. But when you think about it, this could play out over many, many, many years, and yet investors still reacted. And I'm looking at the Microsoft share price. Now, really fluctuating for most of the period after the earnings came out, the stock was up about 4% or so. Now it has moved down to just for the gain of about 2%. I think some analysts take from this, Doug, is that this was more resilience by Microsoft than any new news that some thought it could be a lot worse. Yeah, particularly where the cloud service business is concerned. That, of course, Azure, we saw a weak demand for personal computer software and corporate software as well, and then Brian, if you look at some of the cloud computing companies names like MongoDB, datadog, they are rallying here in the late session. Yeah, and I wanted to mention swatch. It came out with its earnings. The stocks traded up about 5% or so in Europe and swatch had some positive comments about China. That's very much in focus now as China is reopening. We'll be getting comments from CEOs of many, many companies over the coming days. All right, at the time, 8 and a half minutes past the hour, it's time for global news

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"ann kate" Discussed on WTOP

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03:17 min | 3 weeks ago

"ann kate" Discussed on WTOP

"Dollar General literacy foundation and the ad council. This is WTO news. It's one 23. Last year's Republican nominee for Maryland governor is taking a complaint about early vote counting to the U.S. Supreme Court. Maryland's highest court affirmed the lower court's ruling that allowed the state to count mail in ballots before election day back in November. And in his high court petition, Republican Dan Cox argues that the judge's ruling is flawed. Cox's attorney argues the circuit court judge in Montgomery county incorrectly allowed the state board of elections to start counting mail in ballots in October. The state claimed it needed to start early because of the expected large amount of mail in ballots. The Baltimore sun reports that Cox's petition claims the local judge relied on language and state election law that gives courts flexibility to protect the electoral process in emergencies, and Kramer, WTO news. After several shootings in the Commonwealth Democrats in Virginia state Senate have announced a series of new gun prevention gun violence prevention bills. One bill would require gun owners in Virginia to lock up their guns at home when children are around. Senator Jennifer boysko, who's sponsoring the legislation, says the bill would stop tragedy like the shooting in Newport News that happened last week when police say a 6 year old shot their teacher at school. Another piece of legislation introduced would ban the purchase and manufacture of assault style weapons made after a certain date while a third proposed law would make it illegal to sell parts of a gun without serial numbers to try to prevent the creation of ghost guns, states that a Democrat say the bills are common sense, firearm safety laws to address the gun violence epidemic, Republicans criticize some of the legislation, including senator Boyce ghost Bill, saying on Twitter that it would only make it harder for people to protect their property and families. Stetson Miller WTO P news. Montgomery county leaders will decide whether or not to keep the streeter Y on north avenue in Bethesda, the alfresco dining area became very popular during the pandemic. The question Montgomery county is asking, 5 or ten years in the future, what does normal cabinet look like? Matt Johnson is with Montgomery county's Department of Transportation. For example, we could remove the curve. And make it all level and have it all be like sidewalk elevation. We're going to close it to cars, we can maybe put trees there or a fountain or other kinds of features, or maybe we don't do those things. But Johnson says the county's also aware of other needs that have to be addressed, like trash pick up, loading space, and even pick up and drop off locations for rideshares in food delivery drivers. We really want to do now is get feedback. Find a link to the survey at WTO P dot com or attend a public meeting in March. John dome in WTO P news. Money news at 25 and 55 with Ann Kate. This is a Bloomberg money minute. Planning to look for a new job in the coming months, being a software developer is ranked as a best job of 2023. Bloomberg reporter Joe Constance. It was a bit surprising, perhaps being up there, given all the layoffs that we're seeing. And I think one of the things with that to keep in mind is there's so much demand for developers outside the tech industry. So the job prospects are still very robust. At the bottom of the heap, retail sales associate constant says a Harvard study found being a store clerk is not always rewarding. Customers at retail stores are getting ruder. The researchers there attributed a lot of that to draft from the pandemic and inflation. Whatever it's coming, that's not pleasant for both to have to

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01:56 min | Last month

"ann kate" Discussed on WTOP

"Santa Claus sure making tracks at staying warm to heading for Acapulco, Mexico in the next minute or so, as he continues his yearly char will keep tabs on Santa for the rest of the morning hours while he is aloft. It's one 25. Money news at 25 and 55 and WTO, here's Anne cates. This is a Bloomberg money minute. Pink slip parties, which became popular during the dot com bust in the early 2000s, are being resurrected. Bloomberg reporter Joe Constance has back in the day. It was a combination of networking and happy hour. It was just so many tech workers were laid off at the same time that folks started organizing parties where they used color coded name tags and wristbands and the like to identify folks who were looking for jobs, recruiters who were still hiring and then the folks that were just there for a good time. Corporate America lately has been laying off workers once again, especially in big tech, and large scale gatherings to help displaced workers find new jobs are returning constant says in person parties these days are preferred over Zoom meetings. These events are really for people who are coming together and just trying to meet new people and figure out what made sense for the next move. Still, people who've lost their jobs often turn to LinkedIn or even TikTok right away to kick off the new search process. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Ann Kate's on WTO. Jingle all the way oh what fun it is to ride. Great to have you with us on the holiday morning coming up after traffic and weather cut back on that power usage this morning. That is the plea from the region's electric grid operator details ahead, one 26. Cancer can feel like something we can't do anything about, but you can. There are screening tests that can catch cancer

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01:30 min | 2 months ago

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"Normal. We typically see that later in December, January, February and March. Las Anderson WTO news. Money news of 25 and 55, let's go to the Bloomberg newsroom. This is a Bloomberg money minute, Elon Musk says Twitter will relaunch its new verified service next Friday after a series of delays and mishaps over fake accounts, Twitter had suspended the $8 subscription program to combat a growing problem of users impersonating major brands all verified accounts will have to be manually authenticated after Twitter lost more than half its workforce. Nintendo has set a sales record for new switch video games. Pokémon scarlet and violet scored 10 million units in sales globally in the first three days of release, Nintendo's biggest debut on any platform. Now 5 years old, the switch console relies on big game launches to maintain momentum for its software and hardware sales. Food giant Nestlé has begun selling vegan foie GRAS in two European countries. Animal welfare activists have criticized the tradition of force feeding ducks or geese. An early close for Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 153 points, the NASDAQ closed down 59. The S&P 500 down by a point. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Ann Kate's on WTO P. Coming up on WTO P after traffic and weather a little more than 9 months into the war in Ukraine, President Biden says the U.S. will stand behind Ukraine's people and its government. WTO news time, it's now ten, 26. Can't get

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01:40 min | 2 months ago

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"WTO P news. Money news 25 and 55 with Ann Kate. This is a Bloomberg money minute. High inflation is eating into the discretionary spending budgets of many families with the holiday shopping season officially underway. Shopify, which powers ecommerce platforms for small businesses, says the average spending per cart was up almost 4% on Thanksgiving Day compared to a year ago. And online sales were up 3% yesterday. While Disney paid bob Iger $2 million a year in consulting fees, while his replacement as chief executive officer was running the company. Iger, who has since returned to the role, received quarterly payments of $500,000, according to a regulatory filing, Disney also paid security costs for eiger, valued at more than $745,000 annually. Adidas has launched an investigation into claims of rapper formerly known as Kanye West, mistreated its staff Adidas terminated its partnership with yay earlier this fall. On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 153 points, the NASDAQ down by 59. The S&P 500 closed down a point. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Ann cates on WTO. Let's see about Wall Street for the week. The Dow was up almost 2% this week. NASDAQ up 1%, S&P up one and a half percent. So all around winning week on Wall Street. I had here on WTO still plenty of the holiday weekend left, and we will talk about the weather for you. Ahead for us here, as I guess we get to the actual weekend part of the holiday weekend. Then the latest from Chesapeake, Virginia, the terrible story of the Walmart shootings, and what might have been going through the mind of the accused shooter. Stay close to WTO this evening, and when your home ask your smart speaker to play WTO. Hi

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03:02 min | 4 months ago

"ann kate" Discussed on WTOP

"P and keep an eye on your mailbox ballots are being mailed out this week across D.C. as voters will choose candidates for a number of major races, including mayor and two at large council seats. Proactively mailing ballots out is something that started in D.C. when the pandemic began. Those changes were very popular then and very convenient for voters and that's why we've still been using those same approaches for voters to cast their ballots. And this week, more than 500,000 ballots are being mailed out, one going to every registered voter in the city. Nick Jacobs with the D.C. board of elections says you can mail the ballot back or put it in a drop box, drop boxes will be opening on October 14th. And if you want to vote in person early in person voting in D.C. starts on October 31st, Nikhil and Ellie doubled news. The graduation numbers for Virginia's class of 22 are out and the graduation rate remains high. Stats posted to the Department of Education's website showed that 92% of public high schoolers turned their tassel this year. That's slightly down from the year before, but better than pre-pandemic levels, the Commonwealth saw the biggest decrease in Richmond, their year to year off, 4%, English learners saw the largest decrease overall, dropout rates also on the rise. The department did not issue a public release this year as past the administration to have, it was just posted to the website, Ralph Fox WTO P news. Money news at 25 and 55 on WTO one 25 with N Kate's. This is a Bloomberg money minute. Some employees, including those in the sitcom, the office, dread work meetings. With our employees, clients. Kill me. Hey. All right, obviously we all want to die, but we have to get through this. Bloomberg reporter Matthew Boyle says such gatherings could also cost companies a lot of money. When you take a look at the number of hours spent in unnecessary meetings and works out to about $25,000 per employee annually and projects out to about a $100 million per year for a big organization with 5000 or more people. Boyle adds an employee spent an average of 18 hours a week in meetings and are not always paying attention. How many meetings do you go into and say, oh my God, why am I in this meeting? I'm not getting anything out of it. You're going to spend the time multitasking. A survey found employees decline only 14% of meeting invites they get, even though they'd prefer to back out of almost one third of them, experts say no one wants to offend the meeting organizer by skipping it so they go anyway. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Ann Kate's on WTO. Just ahead after traffic and weather, Russia tightened security on a key bridge to the Crimea. After it's rocked by a Saturday explosion, it's one 26. Children in poverty, each one unique. Each one full of dreams. They're our hope. Our future, they're the reason children international exists. And even when the whole world changed, the things that mattered most to us stayed the same.

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04:36 min | 4 months ago

"ann kate" Discussed on WTOP

"Top election official in Prince William county is quitting. He says he's tired of the stress of the job mostly he says brought on by local Republican leaders. The registrar, Eric Olson, will leave the job at the end of the year. He says a GOP leader made phone calls to election officers suggesting they would be getting different election day assignments than the ones that Olson himself had announced in an interview with inside nova. The Prince William county GOP chair Denny Doherty says he simply asking the county to honor the political party's rights to pick their own representatives instead of having to accept those, handed out by the registers office. The elections official also received a letter from a lawyer from the local GOP, threatening a lawsuit if Republicans did not get more representation in the higher ranking election chief and assistant chief physician. The director of Montgomery county's planning board has been dismissed. A statement from the board does not say why Gwen Wright is being replaced. This comes weeks after planning board chair Casey Anderson was reprimanded for keeping alcohol in his office, board members, parked out verma and Carol Rubin, were also docked one day's pay for sharing a drink with Anderson on the job. Keep an eye on your mailbox, the ballots are being mailed out this week across D.C. as voters will choose the candidates for a number of major races, including mayor and two at large city council seats. Proactively mailing ballots out is something that started in D.C. when the pandemic began. Those changes were very popular then and very convenient for voters and that's why we've still been using those same approaches for voters to cast their ballots. And this week, more than 500,000 ballots are being mailed out, one going to every registered voter in the city. Nick Jacobs with the D.C. board of elections says you can mail the ballot back or put it in a Dropbox drop boxes will be opening on October 14th. And if you want to vote in person early in person voting in D.C. starts on October 31st, Nicole, double your TLP news, hoping to move safety for people walking biking and scooting the D.C. council has voted to stop drivers for making right turns at red lights at most intersections. The council passed and sent to their muriel Bowser, the builder would largely end right on red in D.C., starting in January 2025. Ward three council member Mary che chair of the transportation committee says when D dot looked at intersections that prohibit right on red, it found more safety. There were four fewer conflicts between cars and people, more cars yielding for pedestrians and generally safer conditions. The bill does something else supporters say will improve safety, allowing bicyclists and scooter riders to keep up their momentum and go through stop signs and red lights when it's safe to do so. Particularly on WTO P news. After two relatively light flu seasons, health officials say they're concerned about what we could be seeing this winter. CBS News correspondent Michael George has more. U.S. health experts are encouraging all Americans to get a flu vaccine. They expect this could be a highly infectious year. Also for the first time, health officials are recommending people 65 and older receive a high dose flu vaccine or adjuvanted flu vaccine. An adjuvant is added to the vaccine to create a stronger immune response. Health officials are also urging people not to wait until the last minute to get their flu shot. Money news at 25 and 55 on WTO P here's Ann Kate. This is a Bloomberg money minute. Some employees, including those in the sitcom, the office, dread work meetings. With our employees, clients. Kill me. Hey. All right, obviously we all want to die, but we have to get through this. Bloomberg reporter Matthew Boyle says such gatherings could also cost companies a lot of money. When you take a look at the number of hours spent in unnecessary meetings and works out to about $25,000 per employee annually and projects out to about a $100 million per year for a big organization with 5000 or more people. Boyle adds that employees spend an average of 18 hours a week in meetings and are not always paying attention. How many meetings do you go into and say, oh my God, why am I in this meeting? I'm not getting anything out of it. You're going to spend the time multitasking. A survey found employees decline only 14% of meeting invites they get, even though they'd prefer to back out of almost one third of them, experts say no one wants to offend the meeting organizer by skipping it, so they go anyway. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Ann cates on WTO. Coming up after traffic and weather, The White House is refining President Biden's Armageddon comments. Now looking at 9 26. Choosing the

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01:55 min | 5 months ago

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"Bike ride. Here's WTO's Luke Luger. The private tracks locals like Remy Vasquez from prince George's county. Just to be on the road with no cars, it'd be great. But also tourists like Chris from North Carolina. But we haven't been here for a while. Last time we were in to see was 40 years ago. Fairly avid bikers and just something different. So we thought we'd try it out. Horse stretches from the title basin to Georgetown and the U.S. capitol, along the route was plenty of pit stops to take pictures around the city and even free ice cream. Ayesha gray with care first helped organize the event. That's a first. I'm personally here for the ice cream. At the title basin Luke Luke or WTO. Today is your last chance to see something very special in the middle of the national mall. It's gorgeous, it's beautiful. It's cool, isn't it? It is the coolest. Kimberly Crosby Scott of the district stopped to take a look at this 1963 Chrysler turbine car. The bronze colored two door has a revolutionary power plant for a car. And this was, you know, jet propulsion. It was looking for alternative fuels. That's Diane Parker with the haggerty drivers foundation, which is behind the cars at the capitol display. A handful of these cars were given to consumers to test out, and this is only one of three running examples that remain. A good guess at its value would be in 7 figure territory. You can see it here on the mall between the national air and space museum and the National Gallery of art. John Aaron WTO P news. Monday news at 25 and To begin with. Plus Amazon is also opening grocery stores under its own name. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Ann Kate's on WTO. It had up to traffic and weather page after page of history being written by the minute in the UK, where the new king is acclaimed in the late queen's funeral arrangements are announced, stay with us plenty to share on this Sunday morning at WTO P one 27. Virginia is for eaters and drinkers. All kinds of eaters and drinkers. For oyster shuckers

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01:42 min | 6 months ago

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"Cause daily congestion, but some are concerned about plans for a new traffic light on duke, and that it would bring a new round of cut through traffic through the neighborhoods off duke street. In Alexandria, Neil, I can stand. WTO. Money news at 25 and 55 on TOP here's ant cates. This is a Bloomberg money minute borrowing costs have soared and companies can't shake ongoing supply chain problems, triggering a huge jump in corporate bankruptcies in June. Bloomberg reporter Jeremy hill says a major filing came from revlon. The almost a hundred year old company itself lipstick, beauty product, hairdryers, several $1 billion in debt. That's probably the biggest one, the one with the most name recognition. Another firm simply ran out of money. One was called enjoy technology. This company does a concept called it's like stores in your home where they will come to your home and help you set up and purchase tech gadgets that company went public less than a year ago and is already bankrupt. And hell adds up more bankruptcies could be on the horizon. We see booms and bankruptcies and then we see periods where really nothing happens for a long time. Things got very quiet toward the end of the year. And now they're starting to pick up again. We can turn on a dime, though. Plus, the Federal Reserve's bid to fight inflation by hiking interest rates will make it harder for companies with heavy debt loads to refinance their borrowing. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Ann Kate's on WTO. And coming up after traffic and weather together on the 8s and update on the health of the president, testing positive once again for COVID. 9 26. Once again, med star Washington hospital center is a ranked among the nation's top cardiology and heart surgery hospitals by the U.S. news and World Report best hospitals 21 22 survey. Med star

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01:57 min | 7 months ago

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"Making the most of tax breaks and credits Acacia James WTO P news. Police in fairfax, county say a man used a machete last weekend to attack another man in cedarville. Their confrontation was over, a parking dispute. On giant oak court, the 25 year old man who allegedly cut the other man with a machete has been charged with malicious wounding, the victim taken to the hospital, injuries not considered to be life threatening No, we'll do that later. Let's do this instead. Money news at 25 and 55 at WTO P one 25 with N Kate's. This is a Bloomberg money minute. The footwear industry is pulling back on hiring and investment amid predictions of a sales slowdown. Bloomberg reporter Allison Smith says it may be a warning sign. When you start to see a concern among the execs that will work companies, you know, that starts to sell concern for the broader retail industry also just the broader economy in general. Smith adds that inflation is an issue. From a footwear trade group which represents a lot of companies from Nike through all birds, you name it. They're starting to see signs of pullback. They expect operating costs, for example, to remain elevated for the next 6 months. And according to Smith, it may reflect where the U.S. is going. What makes this latest data from the full industry. It's interesting is that because we are such a consumption based economy, when we see these kind of numbers or pull back in the industry, it can offer us a good early glimpse of where the broader economy may be ahead of. Shoes are a key barometer of economic health since they're necessary good that shoppers repeatedly buy. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Ann Kate's on WTO pay. Shelby come this morning after trafficking weather recovering from wicked weekend weather the latest coming up also more on the president's return following his four day Middle East trip. Stay with us lots to share with you this morning on WTO where it's one 26. Would you know what to do in a poison emergency? But you know whom to call

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01:32 min | 8 months ago

"ann kate" Discussed on WTOP

"Three 55 Money news a 25 and 55 Here's Anne cates This is a Bloomberg money minute U.S. workers continue to walk away from their jobs during the great resignation Bloomberg reporter Charlie well says the quit rate remains strong despite soaring consumer prices and a possible economic downturn The people who feel like they've been through recessions It wasn't the pandemic They have dealt with a lot of personal issues over the past two years and they feel like they have what it takes even if there is a recession Wells adds up for some it's not always about a high salary There are people who say are more in other phases of life Maybe they have families And what they seem to be focusing on is trying to kind of reevaluate work versus lifestyle and trying to find a sense of balance Close to four and a half million Americans voluntarily left their place of employment in April That's one of the highest levels since 2000 Plus one third of those surveyed by human resources for Mercer say they are considering resigning over the next 6 to 12 months From the Bloomberg newsroom I'm Ann Kate saw wt LP and coming up on WTO a breakthrough on gun reform on Capitol Hill 20 senators announced the outline of a bipartisan deal Three 56 Jamie's log progressive Harrington's backyard day four two 18 a.m. I've been camping outside the Harrington house for four days now proving that progressive S 24/7 protection Mister Harrington says I don't need to do this since progressive protects 24/7 It's a pretty easy concept to grasp But I'm going to stay improve my point Besides there's a big tree branch over.

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WTOP

01:34 min | 9 months ago

"ann kate" Discussed on WTOP

"The city by 2030 Bowser is speaking at the foot of a pedestrian bridge that crosses busy two 95 at the Minnesota avenue metro station It has bright lighting security cameras and is ADA accessible in northeast Christie king WTO be news Money news at 25 and 55 here's Ann Kate's This is a Bloomberg money minute Wealthy supporters of college sports are racing to set up funding organizations that can channel money to student athletes and the wake of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling last year letting amateur players receive financial rewards Bloomberg reporter Carly wanna says more than 60 so called collectives have formed to provide players with money for services like signing autographs creating custom videos or promoting events on social media They are working through collective often leaders that up by donors or fans of the school that raise some sort of money and are able to get the athletes compensated for services So they're very clear that it's not paper play And want to adds that the groups can bypass a college or university's athletic department in order to access players The alumni are able to channel money towards players in a more direct way And so for the donors there's just one more way to give to the Alma mater and make sure that you have a competitive program From the Bloomberg newsroom I'm Ann Kate's on WTO Coming up after traffic and whether we're getting more details from the Biden administration about the flights of pallets of baby formula arriving from Europe it's 9 26 Stop right there university painters is having a 50% off materials.

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WTOP

02:17 min | 10 months ago

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"El deba says he used the money to buy a Tesla pay for red and converted some of the money into multiple cryptocurrencies among other things he sentencing scheduled for August He faces 11 to 14 years in prison Montgomery county overall gets high marks but residents do say they are concerned about public safety More from WTO's Kate Ryan Excellent or good that's the overall rating Montgomery county residents give the county in a survey that's taken every two years 9 out of ten people who live here would recommend living here to someone who asks 86% of respondents plan on remaining in the county for the next 5 years Dave gottesman who analyzes performance measurements for the county said there was a dip in the overall perception of public safety from 84% two years ago to 77% in the latest survey Now when asked about how safe residents feel in their own neighborhoods the number goes up to 94% Kate Ryan WTO P news Money news at 25 and 55 on WTO P at one 25 here's Anne Kate This is a Bloomberg money minute There's a new social media site that is being called the un Instagram Bloomberg reporter Carly wanna says the app called be real has a time limit and requires users to be their authentic selves Having just a few minute segment during the day at a post that really doesn't leave a lot of time to find yourself in a more perfect setting I mean you can fix your hair But aside from that you kind of have to capture what's going on at a given moment And want to adds up be real which is growing in popularity on college campuses tries to eliminate worries over the number of likes or views There aren't like directly and also you can't see how many followers other people had So that meant that for some people they only have their ten closest friends and they treat it like a cute little check in with their buddies every day That's nobody else's business The creator of be real says it was annoyed by the overly curated style of influencers on Instagram Gabriel was downloaded 4 million times from early 2021 through this past February From the Bloomberg newsroom I'm Ann Kate's on WTO Just a head on WTO on this Sunday morning Maryland lawmakers override two of governor Larry Hogan's vetoes on Saturday including one that expands abortion availability in the state Thanks for bringing us along.

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WTOP

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"ann kate" Discussed on WTOP

"Of Poland the western edge of Ukraine the border crossing is called medica And I have been told this is the largest border crossing between the two countries And this is where we've had the many thousands of people cross the border each day I did hear today that the Polish government estimated around 70,000 Ukraine refugees crossed the border in the last 24 hours I've not heard that officially but that was a report I had heard And it makes lots of sense You have so many people trying to get across If they open the border gates completely you would have many many many more people coming across But around 70,000 apparently is the estimate just today So with buses coming in and out I know they're packed We've seen those images especially of the little kids with their colorful backpacks and their hats It's really heartbreaking that they have their lives disrupted in this way What are you hearing about difficulty getting into Poland not because they're not accepted but just the logistics It is difficult for them to get into Poland I mean obviously the border gates are not completely open And then you have people wanting to be the first in line or just wanting to get across and you have situations where it can get a bit nasty people pushing shoving there have been allegations of racism from some people suggesting that if you are a person of color you might be not as easily admitted into Poland We've heard that from a number of people But it's a very difficult situation There is no way this can work perfectly for everyone because if it did you'd have so many people in this country Polish officials obviously are trying to balance things They understand this as a humanitarian crisis right now They want to be able to let people in but at the same time if they are going to be overloaded with really thousands and thousands every day after week after week after week of this it can be very difficult for them They do not want to set up obviously these horrible refugee camps which we've seen before Sometimes that's the only solution though So it's a very difficult balancing act for everyone involved When you spoke to Ukrainian families what did they tell you When they come across the border there's just a bit of relief and sadness I mean all these emotions They're so glad to be across the border into Poland but almost everyone's left someone behind everyone has left their hometown You don't like to leave your hometown You have the belongings on your back pretty much people come with a suitcase a roller bag You mentioned the young people with the backpacks one place I went to was sort of like a welcoming center if you could call it that where ordinary Polish citizens have brought all sorts of items clothing blankets toys for kids food and people leave the bus in this area This is where some of the buses go And they're able to at least get some relief there But again there's a sadness in the faces even I saw a 5 year old girl get a toy And you know she was happy about that but obviously confused She understands somewhat what's happening but not everything She just knows she's been forced from her home and I've never been through that before I am sure it's a horrible situation That is Steve futterman CBS correspondent talking with Dmitri sodas from a border crossing between Ukraine and Poland Double DT Yelp at three 56 Every 36 seconds a vehicle is stolen in the United States Cars are an important investment and you have the power to protect it Remove valuables from your car or place out of view roll up your Windows completely Don't leave your car running while unattended especially during the winter And always lock your doors and take your keys or fob with you If you know something about a vehicle theft call us at one 800 tell and ICB This is a public service This is a Bloomberg money minute rising inflation is hitting pension funds according to the national association of state retirement administrators the spike is driving up expenses for funds that have promised senior citizens cost of living races about half the state's link pension benefits for some or all of their retired workers to changes in the consumer price index Federal Reserve chairman Jay Powell testifies before Congress this week on monetary policy He will need to reassure America that the Central Bank will confront high inflation at the same time the war in Ukraine clouds the economic outlook The fed is almost certain to start lifting interest rates at its March meeting Target will invest $300 million to boost wages and benefits this year Pay for new target employees will range from 15 to $24 an hour depending on the job and the local market retailers have been hiking salaries as they struggle to fill positions at stores and warehouses in the very tight U.S. labor market Target associates who work at least 25 hours a week will be eligible to enroll in medical plans From the Bloomberg newsroom I'm Ann Kate's on WTO Here are.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"ann kate" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Favorite animal shelters Betty was an avid animal lover She died at her Los Angeles home on New Year's Eve just weeks before her 100th birthday I'm Trey Thomas The first Monday night playoff game ever awaits the final team to make the NFL divisional playoffs as Mike Bauer reports whichever team wins tonight between the rams and the cardinals will travel to Tampa Bay Sunday to take on Tom Brady and the defending Super Bowl champion Buccaneers Meanwhile all the other divisional championship games are already determined Saturday the Cincinnati Bengals will make their way to Nashville to take on the Tennessee Titans and Saturday night the San Francisco forty-niners will go to the frozen tundra in Green Bay to face Aaron Rodgers and the packers Then Sunday Night the Kansas City Chiefs will host the Buffalo Bills two teams playing like the two best teams in the AFC but only one of them will move on to the conference title game after next week which is a pity There's no trading today on Wall Street with both the stock and bond markets closed for Martin Luther King Jr. day I'm Michael castner And I'm Ann kates from the Bloomberg newsroom More turmoil for Credit Suisse Now the guy who was supposed to fix things has been ousted More from Bloomberg to these Pellegrini In a midnight surprise Antonio horta aaro has been pushed out after just 9 months on the job This is a man who received a British knighthood after reviving Lloyd's bank earlier Now he is out at Credit Suisse after violating COVID quarantine roles being replaced by axel limon as chairman He support member at the bank who oversees Credit Suisse's risk committee but his little known outside Zürich Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio Wall Street's biggest banks are expected to hit the corporate bond market after the report quarterly results in an effort to raise money before the Federal Reserve boost borrowing costs higher analysts at JPMorgan Chase predict major financial institutions will borrow a combined 24 to $32 billion after posting their profit reports united and American Airlines are also on the earnings calendar this week along with Netflix which could also impact bond prices Investors searching for clues as to where Bitcoin may be headed they want to take a look at what the options market is signaling The world's largest cryptocurrency appears to have stabilized after falling 40% from its record high clock tower strategists warned that Bitcoin remains as volatile as ever and trading could be choppy and an environment where interest rates could be hiked TCI fund management made 9 and a half $1 billion for its clients last year leaving some of the world's biggest hedge funds The top 20 generated more than $65 billion in 2021 It is a holiday shortened trading week with Wall Street investors resuming action tomorrow And overseas markets the FTSE in London the cac in Paris and the Dax in Germany are all gaining about half a percent The nikkei and Japan closed up 1% Thanks sang in Hong Kong fell 1% while China's CSI 300 rose 1% Global news 24 hours a day on air and a Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Anne cates This is Bloomberg This is masters in business with very revolts on Bloomberg radio My special guest this week is Joan solitaire She is Blackstone's global head of.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"ann kate" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Through And the governments of South Korea and Japan say North Korea has launched yet another missile test It landed off the east coast of the Korean Peninsula today I'm Michael kosner And I'm Ann kates from the Bloomberg newsroom A Macron may have mild symptoms for some but not for the global job market Obama crown another COVID variants are weighing on job growth worldwide In fact the international labor organization is downgrading its employment forecast It is now projecting a worldwide shortfall of 52 million full-time jobs this year compared to pre-pandemic 2019 and the ilo also says watch for the unemployment rate globally to stay above pre-pandemic levels until at least 2023 possibly longer The report also says inflation is a factor globally It says the U.S. and Europe are leading the way out with job growth but Southeast Asia Latin America and the Caribbean have the worst outlooks for job growth because of lagging vaccination rates and less fiscal strength Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio Apple's first mixed reality headset is running behind schedule but that hasn't stopped the guessing about what the device will be named Apple always closely guards with its plan monikers are Apple's marketing department spends weeks creating diagrams and charts to outline every potential name that might work that process sometimes leads to obvious choices such as the iPhone The headset would be trickier since names like glass and spectacles have already been used by Google and snap Being capital isn't talks by Carlyle's $2 billion outsourcing firm V XI.

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