35 Burst results for "April Of 2020"

April 2020: Mark Levin Speaking About Government Shutdowns

Mark Levin

01:22 min | 2 weeks ago

April 2020: Mark Levin Speaking About Government Shutdowns

"But in the meantime I want you to remember something Some of my back manager of Friends started to talk about this the other day Mark my words that's what's gonna happen As rush said the echo chamber Mister producer dug a little bit I want you to listen to what I said April 23 2020 April 23 2020 by my calculation that's about a year and a half ago Cut one go When their government shutdowns you would think the whole world's coming to an end There are 2 million civilian federal employees 26 million people the overwhelming majority of whom are in the private sector have been laid off in the last 30 days 26 million And they and these businesses that have shut down and we don't even know how many they don't get the attention Not even one tenth of 1% of the attention that people do when there's a government shutdown which is always temporary and people are made whole for the most part You can't fire a federal employee Any more than you can put it would be murder of 20 30 40 50 trainees for the Los Angeles sheriff's department in prison

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Rejecting Medical Myths

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:42 min | 2 weeks ago

Rejecting Medical Myths

"I have no problem. I don't care if it sounds like I'm bragging. I don't care how it sounds. It's more important. The issue is more important than me. I was right the whole time about lockdowns about vaccinations. I was right the whole time. April 2020, I said it was the greatest universal mistake ever made. Sweden proved me right and the decimation of young people in this country proved me right as well. The sick world of the hypochondriac left wing teachers of this country, what they produced, the damage they did to your children, desecrated the word teacher. It's okay. The number of people in medicine who have desecrated the word medicine is also very high. So here's another one. Gradually, in the sick world of The New York Times, which lied to you about people who oppose the vaccine as fanatics or people who oppose lockdowns as fanatics, and supported the firing of people for not getting vaccinated and supported kicking out the best of our military who refused to be vaccinated. Why a healthy person and you don't get physically healthier than the average person in the military like 22 years old and great shape. Why they should get this, the chances of there being hurt by the vaccine were greater than their chances of being helped by the vaccine for a healthy young person.

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"april 2020" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:31 min | 2 months ago

"april 2020" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Have not to the clothes just 60 minutes left in your training session. Caroline Hyde remained bostic Taylor rigs, but joined now by our colleagues caramac, Tim stenner Vic, we go, of course, from radio to TV to YouTube to dissect what is the best two day winning streak. This is all the way back in April 2020 Carol. It's pretty remarkable, and you know what's really remarkable, check out anything in the hospitality hospitality leisure industry. I'm looking at hotels are up about 4% in today's trade. You've got airlines up about 7% and the gambling casino companies are up about 8%. And this has to do. I know, exactly. That's what we should all be. No, but if this has to do with the expectations that maybe the fed isn't going to be so aggressive after that jolts number, that data came out, following the most in August by the most since early in the pandemic. So maybe the fed doesn't need to be so aggressive to him. Maybe. Maybe. Maybe that's the question. What's giving you that confidence? You know what? It's one day trade. That's all I'm going to say. Well, the question is, I mean, how much of this does represent the thinking that there will be a pivot? The sort of dovish news that we got from Australia's Central Bank or that jolts number that actually saw 1 million fewer jobs open. Or 1 million fewer. But did you not read in this morning? I read it actually pretty close to 10 million. I see we have Phil, at one point, the ratio of job openings to actual available workers in the labor force. If you look at that number, I saw that number two. Yeah, that's not called slack, my friend. You're right, but it's going in the right direction, I think many people could argue. Right direction and certainly in the market, like one data point, a direction, or if you look at the I stem yesterday. Oh, romaine. It's two. At least two data points that give some enthusiasm. So Romain, what you're saying is this is probably short covering more so, or that people who are buying are necessarily correct. Well, well, we know it's short covering. That's a big part of the rally. I mean, the other part with the guards through whether this is going to sort of lead to a pivot by the fed. I feel like not only do we need more data, but more importantly, I think we actually need to hear from some of the fed members themselves, because last time you heard from them, Carol, they were still banging the drum. The front run Carol, 'cause she's gonna listen. She's gonna bring us some conversations. Read the messages. But we're not gonna read the messages. Take it away. I'll take a look underneath the hood a little bit, take a look at where we are on the sectors. It is a bullish theme, and this is Carol. We do that for you. Take a look. It's energy. It's materials. It's discretionary all up about three and a half percent. And half the sectors have 100% of the securities in that sector that are all higher on the day as well. So it is going to be a big broad based rally here. Yeah, and you're seeing that. You know, take a look at shares of Ford. I thought this was interesting. Of course, they came out with their auto sales numbers for the quarter. Not only were they good overall, but more importantly, the EV sales specifically came in a little bit hotter than what the street was looking for. Those shares up 7% Hasbro shares have been all over the map. They were up, and they were down. They're now back up about 2% as the CEO outlined sort of the long-term path for that company, which is apparently going to involve a lot more licensing deals here as that company really tries to rewrite the ship here, Netflix shares. A relatively unchanged. That had actually been one of the few decliners here on the day, but now up fractionally, less than a tenth of a percent and keep an eye on the real, real after that big poshmark deal poshmark being taken private here, a real real stitch fix and a lot of other peers now are rallying on the day in anticipation that maybe they could be next real real up 17, 18% here on the day. A dollar 70, I can't even get on the subway for that, right? Two 75. Meanwhile. After

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Why The Washington Times' Cheryl Chumley Wrote Her New Book 'Lockdown'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | 6 months ago

Why The Washington Times' Cheryl Chumley Wrote Her New Book 'Lockdown'

"As promised, we have the author of a new book called lockdown, the socialist plan to take away your freedom. What? I don't know anything about that. Unfortunately, I know all about it. Cheryl, chumlee is the author. She's the online opinion editor at the Washington times. Sheryl chumlee, welcome. Thank you so much for having me, Eric. It's great to be with you. And congratulations on the book. This is very important stuff, unfortunately, I'm tracking with you. When the title of the book is locked down socialist plan to take away your freedom, yeah, a lot of us see this happening, but we don't write books about it and you did. So tell us what led you to write a book about this depressing but important subject. It is depressing. Well, for over two years at the Washington times, I wrote commentaries critical of the government's overreach and response to the coronavirus. In fact, as early as April 2020, I wrote a piece that was entitled. The coronavirus will go down in history as the biggest political hoax. And at the time, I was attacked by both sides of the political aisle, but you can see how the left now two years later has taken the coronavirus and exploited Americans fears to steal pretty much all our civil liberties, including the right to gather and worship freely with the closing of the churches. And so I write about that some of the behind doors discussions that maybe were under reported or unreported, that the left used to justify the clamp downs and more importantly, I look forward to where this is all going to lead if Americans think there is going to be a return to pre-pandemic norms. They need to think again because the left isn't going to let this crisis go.

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"april 2020" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:24 min | 10 months ago

"april 2020" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In reading this very murky Central Bank picture that we see playing out Well thank you Well if BlackRock there on a situation in Europe and worldwide and at least we're all trying to work out what that fed speaks sounds like a little bit later the pressure on those individuals now to set up a March meeting Honestly before what happened this week we were talking about a fed possibly making an error and moving too quickly And that was why you saw the flattening yield curve The narrative has shifted And now there is a question of whether we'll be able unable to avoid some sort of more stagflationary type of environment with the higher oil prices really crimping growth And that has been what has been driving the flattening yield curve with the long end really driving the action not necessarily the short end which is also seeing yields decline When we were working through various scenarios over the last several weeks around this story one repeat that I got one word that I got repeated again and again was more Maybe they have to do more and not less because of the crew factor here And you see that energy price is up in a massive way looser So a lot of people are saying well what can the fed do by raising rates to address the oil situation They're going to just try to support growth because growth might be more impacted by oil prices at such highs The uncertainty the degree of uncertainty right now to Whaley's point is the reason why you're seeing such massive volatility either way the growth outlook And I think it's right for you to pick up in the European banks The growth outlook for the Euro region has suddenly shifted in a massive way in ways that possibly will upend one of the most popular trades out there Well the big questions home now is whether these sanctions hit Russian energy These are the lines out of Emmanuel Macron the French president Even as the response is quite without weakness to Russia's quote active war Macron is saying Russia's attack on Ukraine is a turning point in European history I go to the South China and now with a telegraph and Reuters as well talking to this conversation of Ukraine we crusting of NATO member turkey to quote unquote close the Bosporus strait to Russian shipping to me John that is an absolutely key Is that a sanction I don't know what it is but this goes this hearkens back John to winds of war 36 37 38 periods That's an extraordinary moment We'll have to watch that very carefully What will mister Erdoğan do which side will he select Coming out 8 30 east then we'll catch up with Ross crows and our rob rosena the Morgan Stanley senior U.S. economist Why do I always do that 'cause you're talking you're talking like me Every single time Tom Keane Lisa premise and Jonathan farrow Futures down 2.6% on the NASDAQ we are down by more than three percentage points Yields down by 13 basis points and crude higher backing away from triple digits We breached that level on WTI briefly 98 74 now We're up by 7.2% a quick look at Brent for you Brent crude at one O four 26 up by 7.66% from New York City the coverage continues on radio on TV This is Bloomberg Now the latest news from New York City and around the world here's Michael Barr Tom Lisa John NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg is joining the widespread condemnation of Russia's invasion of Ukraine calling it a brutal act of war He's called for virtual summit of NATO leaders tomorrow to address the crisis The spite its litany of lies the noise and this information the Kremlin's intentions are clear for the world to see Russia's leaders bear full responsibility for direct actions and the lives lost NATO secretary general Stoltenberg spoke at a news conference at NATO headquarters in Brussels The European Union is assessing the harshest sanctions package ever considered EU high representative Joseph Burrell speaking from Brussels this morning These are among the darkest hour for Europe since the end of World War II EU high representative Joseph Burrell Britain prime minister Boris Johnson Today in constant with our allies we will agree a massive package of economic sanctions designed in time to hobble the Russian economy And to that end we must also collectively cease the dependence on Russian oil and gas that for too long has given Putin his grip on western politics Prime minister Johnson spoke in the televised address to the nation today Meanwhile president Joe Biden will address the U.S. later today The CDC is issuing guidance suggesting certain people weighed 8 weeks between the first and second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines The agency cited research suggesting the longer interval boost antibody levels Americans are starkly divided by race on the importance of president Joe Biden's promise to nominate a black woman to the Supreme Court A new Associated Press NORC poll finds that white Americans are far less likely to be highly enthusiastic about the idea than black Americans and especially black women The survey shows that 48% of Americans say it's not important to them personally that a black woman becomes a Supreme Court Justice Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios this is global news 24 hours a day on.

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"april 2020" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:46 min | 10 months ago

"april 2020" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Back there the NATO secretary general with futures this morning bouncing back from yesterday's losses in the equity market we're hired by 6 tenths of 1% on the S&P on the NASDAQ 100 up one full percentage point at the close yesterday from the previous high January 3rd the S&P 500 down by more than 10% Yields a higher Tom up three basis points on tens to one 96 86 You've been on top of this throughout the last few weeks to be fair to you The relentless flattening of the yield curve that distance between twos and tens gets shorter that curve is in the 30s Not the time to do it here at John but there is a massive distinction for the pros folks between a flat yield curve and an inverted yield curve We'll do the math on that when we got a window here on fixed income dynamics Joining us now and this has been a hugely popular thank you for the comments in Washington and Brussels Maria today Maria we all await a response from mister Putin How does he form that response Is it an ad hoc aloneness of Vladimir Putin or does he have a team deciding how to respond Well Tom we've seen it very clearly over the past 48 hours He doesn't listen to anyone This is a decision that is made by Vladimir Putin and everything around him as theaters optics when he calls his generals together opinion in reality we know that Vladimir Putin has already made that decision By the way today we haven't seen anything or heard from him because it's a public holiday in Russia We could see it tomorrow but there's two focus points where really the attention is based particularly from NATO One is what is it going to do in Belarus Remember over the past 48 hours he has essentially taken over two regions in eastern Ukraine and has deployed troops permanently in Belarus which is the fastest way to the Ukraine and capital So those are the two points where the attention is focused What happens in Belarus and what happens particularly in the Donbass region Well in the dumbest region in summarize here Maria from Brussels all the reporting you have of the distinction of where the separatists in Russians are now and if they move west into the rest of Donbass how will that be treated by Kyiv and the west And that is the point Thomas if they stay where they are the reality is and this is very crude to say it and put it this way but we know that the Ukrainian government has completely lost control for 80 years of the two breakaway republics a Russia is now saying they recognize Having said that if they move away from that then you talk about east Ukraine and I was told by a Korean official At that point that means worse So the distinction in those two lines is key and that is really the battleground In all of this discussion of war the fog of war is Tina fordham was saying Anne Marie we are looking at a repositioning or deployment of 6000 U.S. troops to Germany Poland and Romania near the border here That is the scope and the contrast with a 190,000 troops that Russia reportedly has built up on the border Is there any discussion about further troop deployment What is the pushback like on that The president mentioned this yesterday further troop deployment into the Baltics the likes of Estonia Lithuania Latvia you also see the defense secretary Lloyd Austin Talk about some movement of troops instead of Germany and Greece Let's put some artillery and potentially troops as well and the likes of Poland Poland is really critical right now for the administration because we did know that they were so concerned about a further invasion of Russian aggression onto Ukraine even though they have moved the embassy to Levi they then took all their staff and moved into Poland overnight So what you are seeing the U.S. doing alongside their allies is just bolstering that eastern Flank and we should know this is exactly what president Putin does not want Well president Putin however has seemed to be clear He's okay with the fog of war He is okay being the aggressor In fact what he desires might not make economic sense for his nation but it makes sense to get the predominance of the Soviet Union back to hearken to an older time I am wondering whether the U.S. has the appetite for war whether the allies have the appetite for war or whether the measures that we're seeing now shows that they do not So two things the president has made it clear and he said so again yesterday they will not be sending American troops into Ukraine But Lisa I think you hit on a point that I think a lot of people studying Putin and looking at the situation just don't quite grasp If this is going to be harsh economic pain which we saw the first tranche but potentially there are going to be other tranches of sanctions This will hurt everyday Russians It will hurt the elites around president Vladimir Putin but he's had sanctions 2014 annexation annexation of Crimea there was sanctions when he poisoned Sergei or called for the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal in Salisbury There were sanctions This is an individual who has said the greatest catastrophe was to break up of the Soviet Union And his speeches over the course of the years his letter in July the verbalization of that letter basically over the weekend really clarifies that And this is where his mind is when it comes to Ukraine especially the eastern Ukraine Emery you've made the point I think it's a really important one So many people come on programs like this They try and work out what the Russian president is thinking Your point is watch what he's been saying What his actions and also observe the point the importance of history as well Today amory as you know it's the fender of the fatherland day The importance of today the importance of February 21st how important are these dates for him A lot of Putin is someone who is really an assiduous student of history and he loves dates When I was in Moscow for the quote unquote elect last election they moved the date so that it matched up with what they call the reunification of Crimea February 22nd.

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How Would One Destroy a Civilization? Like This...

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 10 months ago

How Would One Destroy a Civilization? Like This...

"How would one destroy a civilization? Well, as we just spent quite a lot of time on, you would keep the borders open. You would destroy the rule of law. You'd get involved in petty foreign conflicts. You would demoralize the citizenry. You'd indoctrinate the youth and break the bond between children and parents. The thing that has been happening in real time. In addition to all of that, that is incredibly important to focus on, is you would debase the currency. Sound money is a critical piece of the social contract. If you do not have sound money, if you do not know whether or not your dollar is going to be worth the same amount a year 5 years or ten years, at least relative in a relative way, then all of a sudden you're going to be living in a place of chaos and uncertainty, which of course is the preferred posture of tyrant's authoritarians dictators and despots across the planet. Inflation is not a mistake, inflation is a strategy, inflation was brought to you by both political parties, both parties gave you this. The unnecessary stimulus bill that was passed in April of 2020 March or April 2020. The stimulus bill after that that was not necessary. The infrastructure plan, $6 trillion of additional federal spending in the last two years. In a time where we went towards a hyper technological approach to our economy, where we shut down the economy, where physical production went down, especially for restaurants for hotels, for travel, whole portions of the economy totally completely locked down, and then you have a massive influx of created dollars. Now, if you guys can get the exact number of the new dollar bills created because there's a debate, we get fact checked on this. So I want to be very specific. I want to be very clear on it. We're very committed to the truth here on this program. But debasing the currency allows for bigger government programs. When you have debt, you have three ways you can get out of debt, you can cut spending. You can raise taxes or you can inflate your way out of

"april 2020" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:58 min | 11 months ago

"april 2020" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The value and worldwide market news The push for a global minimum corporate tax rate is still alive and well and you want it first The Labor Department has sent an emergency regulation to The White House Bond yields around the world are tumbling Bloomberg daybreak With Karen Moscow and Nathan Hager Straight ahead latest local headlines plus the check of sports We've been running at 5 eastern On Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com U.S. and Russian negotiators will meet Monday to talk about military exercises in Europe Reuters reports the conversations will center around Russia's presence along the Ukraine border The White House says they help both Russia and Ukraine will agree to restrict their military exercises and missile deployments in the region President Biden and former president Barack Obama paying their final respects to Harry Reid and a memorial service in Las Vegas by remembering the longtime senator from Nevada has a man who wanted in your corner Rox said we have loving families wives are smarter and better looking who we were And Harry and I both like to talk a lot The former Senate majority leader died December 28th at age 82 California governor Gavin Newsom Saturday called for a $2.7 billion COVID emergency response package for his state He calls it the biggest in the nation The James Webb space telescopes now fully deployed after a Christmas Day launch the giant telescopes off to its final destination in orbit around the sun I'm Scott Carr And I'm susannah Palmer in the Bloomberg news room a winter of weather advisory is in effect a little freezing rain possible north and west of the city Saturday was a staggering day for the number of new cases of COVID-19 in New York The state reported a record 90,132 new COVID-19 cases yesterday as it passed 4 million total infections since the start of the pandemic Another 154 people died one of the highest daily figures in most a year And hospitalizations continue to increase to 11,843 Manhattan district attorney Alvin brag on Saturday said keeping NYPD officers safe was a top priority for his office This coming a day after the department's top cop said she was concerned about Bragg's plans to dial back prosecution of nonviolent crimes more from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini A memo Bragg released last week said his office would no longer prosecute crimes like fair beating and resisting arrest while shifting its focus to gun and domestic violence instead And commissioner kitchen souls says the memo was concerning regarding the safety of police the public and justice for victims Brad yesterday said there had been some misunderstandings following the memos release and Bragg says the key to stopping nonviolent crimes is providing communities in need with resources for mental health to rehabilitation Violence including against police will be fully prosecuted He says to these Pellegrini Bloomberg radio Mayor Eric Adams is backing legislation that will allow thousands of non citizens living in New York City to vote in local elections The city council approved the bill in December It granted 800,000 legal non citizens such as green card holders the right to vote in municipal elections but not in state and federal contests Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg You're listening to Bloomberg business of sports from Bloomberg radio Thanks for joining us on the Bloomberg business of sports show where we explore the big money issues in the world of sports I'm Michael Barnes I'm scarlet fu And I'm Mike lynch And let's continue our conversation now with SEC commissioner Greg sankey and let's talk about the elephant in the room quite frankly COVID and I thought we had a great chance to get by it this season And unfortunately it has reared its ugly head And a number of bowl games this season have been canceled or at least delayed because of what has happened with this virus How is the SEC going to prepare to deal with COVID not only for Monday's big game but in the future The question that just won't go away in my life So every time we think we're out we get dragged right back in How much of your day spent thinking about this and talking about this Sorry to interrupt Yeah no it's daily That's a really important question So let's go back two years which is hard to believe Two years at this time we had heard of this coronavirus and I'm not even sure if it had the COVID-19 label And we started as a concurrence in really late January when there were media reports of positive COVID cases on two of our campuses both by the way proved to be erroneous but it triggered for us in the SEC office The need to be thinking communicating and strategizing about how we're going to move forward with healthy competition knowing very little about COVID-19 And so I had two staff members who were the conduits for communication kind of locked down if you will That communication strategy we started talking with public health officials We actually conducted championships in an enormously healthy way until we had to stop in March of 2020 and our men's basketball tournament stopped everything And immediately after that we took about three weeks we appointed a medical advisory taskforce around representative from all 14 of our campuses and it's a variety of expertise infectious disease specialists athletics trainers orthopedists internal medicine and their collaboration has guided us forward and it's been incredibly important and the key is I think they thought they were signing up for like 60 or 90 days of voluntary participation in the southeastern conference You know that's sounds important and rewarding and great and it is And we're still working with them And we adjusted protocols right before the CDC 5 day adjustment was made And then we've adjusted again that group needs every week We've had basketball games postponed or not played and some question about whether those will be able to be rescheduled We lost one of our 13 bold games because of an increase in positive COVID cases On the other hand we've had great success playing relative to the challenge that we face I know the two programs looking to the national championship game but over two years time manage very well and very effectively at keeping the players healthy and avoiding kind of mass outbreaks It would create.

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"april 2020" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:20 min | 11 months ago

"april 2020" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Actor died Thursday at the age of 94 Poirier broke barriers as the first black person to win an Oscar for a leading role Obama awarded him the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2009 Oprah Winfrey Whoopi Goldberg and president Joe Biden are among the figures paying tribute to him I'm Julie Ryan And I'm susannah Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom New York reported a record 90,132 new COVID-19 cases today as the state passed 4 million total infections since the start of the pandemic Another 154 people died one of the highest daily figures in almost a year Hospitalizations continued to increase to 11,843 and New York's healthcare system remains significantly strained There is a new person at the head of the nation's largest public transit system Governor Kathy hoko picked jano lieber for that post today in picking lieber hoeke is sticking with former governor Andrew Cuomo's choice to head the MTA to help restore ridership Cuomo's sexual allegations scandal and resignation cast a doubt on who would lead the metropolitan transportation authority Lieber has been serving as acting chief executive officer and Sherman since July 31st Bitcoin extended its slide this weekend at the largest cryptocurrency by market value has lost about 42% since late September Ether the second largest digital asset also fell The unemployment rate for black Americans rose to 7.1% last month is even as the overall labor market improved and the ratio for white workers dropped closer to pre-pandemic levels Bloomberg's Charlie pellet has more The increase in black unemployment was driven by women who saw their rate jumped to 6.2% from 4.9% in November Meanwhile the ratio for white female workers declined to 3.1% the lowest since the COVID-19 crisis started Overall the jobless rate for African Americans ended 2021 at more than double that of whites which decreased to 3.2% from 3.7% in November according to the Labor Department report Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I am Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg.

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San Francisco Will Require Children to Show Proof of Vaccine

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:42 min | 1 year ago

San Francisco Will Require Children to Show Proof of Vaccine

"San Francisco is going to manned a 5 to 11 year olds have the vaccine to participate in society one Twitter user wrote Thursday morning, in response to the mandate announced Tuesday. Our parents are going to have to carry birth certificates with them, to restaurants and grocery stores to prove their four year olds are ineligible. According to the latest data this is from daily mail, which has both left wing and non left wing articles. They have so many writers that that's what it is with me. They're the left wing writers write about me in the daily mail. According to the latest data from the CDC fewer than 700 Americans under the age of 18 have died from the virus. Since recording began in April 2020. Only 206 of them being under the age of 5. It's not a lot. And I'm not even sure I'd like to know about the 700 under 18. I would really like to know, did they die of COVID or with COVID? By the way, I'd like to know that about all the numbers the 750,000 did they die? With COVID, which or of COVID? It's a very different thing, right? Very different. The COVID kill them or did something else kill them and they also had COVID, and the answer is the latter. We know that. Because, first of all, the medical profession has been corrupted. I will have for you on Monday. I will have read an 8000 word. That's a lot of words for a piece. At real clear investigations about what's happened to the medical

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"april 2020" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:37 min | 1 year ago

"april 2020" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And it's 8 30 a.m. here in London a very good morning on Caroline heparin Welcome to Bloomberg daybreak year In a moment we're going to take the temperature of what's happening here in the UK with the lloyds bank recovery tracker Gauja and mahadevi van will be joining us at form lloyds bank Let's go to the markets though where China ever grant continues to dominate debate at least is this Lehman moment no say some analyst Citigroup for example Barclays UBS Others though see a significant risk On the back of that the nikkei two two 5 coming back from a national holiday down by 2.1% But here in Europe and for the U.S. futures actually we're bouncing hard by 8 tenths of 1% 3100 similar tax manages a 9 tenths of 1% gain now with 40 Members in the zodiacs are looking at the U.S. market open then S&P 500 Emily features rising 8 tenths of 1% in the bond markets first of two days of the fed meeting 1.338 for U.S. benchmark yields out by two and a half points and Germany is at negative 29 basis points guilt yields with whole slew of green bonds being issued here in the UK We trade at 81 basis points up by two and a half basis points The blue McDonald spot index is slightly softer the pound stronger two tenths of 1% the Euro flat at one 1729 and we're up for oil prices up higher 1.2% for WTI Crude features that's a look at the markets this morning Let's go to our top stories So China ever grant group has tumbled further in terms of equity and credit markets fueling concern about broader contagion this after S&P Global ratings said that the developer is on the brink of default The company faces interest payments on Thursday in a new twist though the Financial Times just reporting within the last hour that ever grand used billions of dollars raised by selling products to retail investors in order to plug funding gaps and also to pay back other wealth management investors that according to executives at the company in report from the FT In terms of other news though that we're looking at today in the UK it's no to a bailout for energy businesses That is the message from the business quarter After he wrapped up a third day of talks with leaders from the industry Quartet said that the government expects to see more firms go bankrupt in the coming weeks and that Britain's energy price cap will remain in place gas prices have already more than tripled this year And when it comes to the Federal Reserve what opens its two day policy meeting today investors are waiting for word on Central Bank tapering And according to the former New York fed president Bill Dudley the concerns over China's property sector they are rattling global stocks but they won't deter the fed from signaling that it's on track to scale back asset purchases They're not going to react to small market moves and then defer the taper on that basis They have to change their economic orcas I think at this point it's really premature to reach that conclusion Well speaking to Bloomberg Dudley said that what happens in China does matter to the global economy and to the United States but he expects that fed officials will still signal their on track to taper at their November meeting Just lastly corporate news ConocoPhillips has agreed to acquire shells Permian Basin assets for 9 and a half $1 billion in cash The deal will give ConocoPhillips additional daily production of around 200,000 barrels of oil making it one of the permians biggest producers shell will distribute $7 billion in proceeds to its shareholders So those are some of our top stories for you this morning Now the lack of people available to fill posts has been the biggest headache for businesses in the past few weeks And that issue is what seems to be behind fewer sectors showing growth in the latest Lloyd's bank recovery tracker 9 out of 14 sectors reported output growth in August down from 12 in July marking the lowest number since February when the UK was still in lockdown Well joining me this morning is garjan mahadeva who is a strategist at in commercial banking at lloyds bank Good morning Thanks for being with us So we've talked a bit about what's happening in the employment market in the UK with these record number of jobs being advertised which sectors are being most affected Yes I think it's a really interesting report this month and the supply side challenges that came through particularly those in the labor market have been particularly prominent and businesses have struggled really contending with the lockdown related redundancies a lack of EU workers and COVID-19 self isolation rules And that has led to them not being able to meet demand I think really though the message is two points First the hiring attentions I've activity were clearly very strong 13 of the 14 monitored sectors all except transportation reported employment growth on the month with 11 actually increasing their pace of hiring in August compared to July And this meant that according to our data overall firms reported expanding their workforces at the quickest rate on record with that data going back as far as 1998 However we do need to be very watchful on the labor market as we discussed There are some significant gaps that need to be filled And I think the transport sector is the one I will highlight as a sector that is struggling to find appropriately skilled drivers to fill staffing gaps and where this provides a more significant problem is the ripple effect it is now having on other sectors So as we've said the transform sector struggled and that lack of haulage drivers or haulage services has led to other sectors and firms in other sectors struggling to consequently meet their demand businesses in the metals and mining and chemical sector have been particularly hurt by this with both sectors saying output growth all into contractionary territory and the impact has actually been felt more widely by manufacturers and with transport difficulties combining with other global suppliers to drive the greatest increase in lead times since April 2020 And as you rightly say that has actually ended up weighing on overall UK output growth where we've seen a marked slowdown in August adding to the loss of momentum in the previous two months with the headline composite PMI falling to 54.8 And as you rightly say only 9 of the sectors reporting growth Got it I'm jumping in You've given us lots of figures to try to digest Okay so we've got the staffing shortages affecting really a limited number of industries but obviously having a big impact on the whole economy so that just tell me then what areas are driving the growth that you are seeing because you know you're sounding actually pretty upbeat in this recovery tracker about where we are in terms of the recovery Well I actually think there are two parts to that question on the upbeat side I can certainly say that the further easing of pandemic related restrictions over the summer and in August 2 has helped boost the performance of consumer facing businesses We have seen the food and drink sector and travel and tourism sectors in particular experienced the largest gains in momentum on the month and actually for the last travel in tourism the latest changes to international and domestic travel restrictions could well provide a further boost over the next month or two So I think there are certainly a positive story there with regard to consumer facing businesses and that builds on what we were talking about last month where we said the consumer given its excess savings given its rising confidence that we've seen across a variety of measures are actually as in a reasonable place to drive the economy onwards But like I say on the other side of the equation we are seeing supply side challenges and it's not just labor market challenge It's also the shortages of raw material and the price pressures coming through elsewhere that are proving challenges the businesses And these are proving challenges the businesses across all sectors Yeah okay and we are tracking that story for our listeners of course the energy price increases the impact on inflation Gotcha Thank you so much for being with us Great to have you on the show gosh and maha Devin From the commercial banking business at lloyds bank with their recovery tracker which they bring to us on a regular basis So let's hop over to.

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U.S. Coronavirus Recession Lasted Two Months, Ended in April 2020

Mark Blazor

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. Coronavirus Recession Lasted Two Months, Ended in April 2020

"Also caused by the coronavirus pandemic is now the shortest recession in American history. That's according to the National Bureau of Economic Research that said it lasted for only two months began in February of last year and then went until April. On Wall Street.

National Bureau Of Economic Re
"april 2020" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"april 2020" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I think the trends became entrenched, right many of you all remember and and maybe you were part of this. You know where you had other treatments, maybe other surgeries, things of that nature and you are being Turned away or turn down or was being delayed right and the lockdowns again forcing a change in our society in our world and as the world kind of returns to normal and has been slowly doing this, we believe that some of the changes implemented by the medical professions during the pandemic are here to stay, particularly for Routine outpatient visits. And treatment of infectious diseases such as the flu. So thanks to remote care, those suffering from the flu will pose less of a risk to other patients or medical staff. And moreover, I think the way consumers shop now for care and wellness is also changing for the better changing for good. So this evolving landscape has caught the eye of regulators who are becoming increasingly supportive. You know, last year spurred by the ravages of of you know the pandemic even longer than over the last year, Um, the CMS announced that the US is Medicare program, which serves more than 60 million elderly would allow online patient visits. Canada's single payer system, moved to allow family physicians to be reimbursed for telephone consultations. Think about that and then going back. In September of 2020, the U. S Food and Drug Administration announced that the launch of the digital health care Center or Excuse Me, the Digital Health Center of Excellence. The initiative is geared towards digital health products such as smartphone apps, wearable devices and software based treatments. And it's part of an effort to modernize digital health policies, regulatory approaches and even tools. And you know the new face of health care? I mean, this is what's happening. We're starting to see the new face The health tech the convergence between the two health care and technology. Right. There are strong growth expected in all segments. Over the next five years. There's gonna be a lot of opportunity. And whether we again look at prescription Digital Therapeutics. PDT s AI, which is artificial intelligence enabled drug discovery Telehealth and then wearables. And in its digital health. Hitting fast forward. In its report. Digital health, I should say okay, part of the imagined 2025 series. Our team at RBC Capital Markets again. It's a report called Digital Health hitting fast forward. RBC Capital Markets identifies key opportunities for health tech So taken together is what I'm trying to point this out. RBC Capital Markets sees these markets at some 27 billion currently. Okay? As of last year, actually. 2020 and growing to about 92 billion by 2025 or by more than 25% each year. Talk about Telehealth. Let's Let's talk about that for a moment. Okay? The use of telecommunications technologies such as telephone, video links and the Internet to deliver telemedicine. Clinical services just as an example clinical services such as a doctor, patient visits as well as even remote patient care, and even look at non clinical services such as administration and training. Right. Telehealth is perhaps the biggest opportunity in the healthcare industry. It aims to improve the quality. Convenience and effectiveness of care and to lower its cost again. This is telehealth we're talking about here today on the weekly wealth report as part of our health tech Conversation. So an example of telemedicine is the video conferencing technology, which became part really of the daily routine for many of us during the pandemic, right? Many of you again listening to today's weekly wealth report. Probably maybe experience this yourself. Perhaps. I mean this approach that the telemedicine, the videoconferencing technology, this approach is more time efficient. Than traditional in person service, and it requires less staff freeing up resources so clearly Not all doctor visits will can, nor really should be replaced by video. I mean, some people say I can't do that. I need the in person. Consultation with my primary care physician with my doctor, I cannot. Do you know that the telemedicine telehealth routine on video, so not again. Not all visits will can or should be replaced by video, but virtual contact. Cannot Completely replicate. In person interactions during which invaluable, nonverbal cues can be observed. Even I mean, look at this empathy. Right. Empathy can be expressed okay. And then trust built. You can't do that through video conferencing. But telemedicine does have, you know an important role to play. And I like to share information and data. So here we go. Here's some so as study by McKinsey in April, 2020 estimated that more than 20% of outpatient visits could be performed virtually That was a study in April 2020 again by Mackenzie. So think of that 1/5 of outpatient visits could be performed virtually so embedded in this our assumptions that 20% Of all emergency room visits. 24% of healthcare office visits and 35% of home health visits could be Replaced with a virtual alternative. Our team at RBC Capital Markets believes that 35% or actually 35 to 40%. There's a range of medical care. And 75 to 80% of behavioral or mental health visits could eventually be done. Virtually So as for non clinical services by using artificial intelligence, AI and even integrating, um you know some of the disparate sources of data. Telehealth, I think can help. In a variety of areas. And if you're listening to this show, I I wish I had the opportunity here today on the weekly wealth report to open up the phone lines and maybe even take calls from some of you all listening to the program that are in the medical field in the healthcare field Physicians staff members Nurses etcetera, and I apologize. I cannot but because there's a lot of information to cover, But this is important stuff here today. That's why I'm kind of going off again in a different subject to talk about this. And as I said, Telehealth can help in a variety of areas such as triaging or assessing patients and directing them to the most appropriate level of care. How about simplifying administrative tasks by integrating appointments into scheduling systems and connecting into electronic health records? How about e prescribing networks and building systems? All this, you know, automating the automating a number of these manual processes. Delivering care, I think by integrating electronic health records, thereby providing a more comprehensive picture of a patient's condition is another area in enabling physicians to control devices. When the patient's end. There are things just as an example a digital stethoscope, remote cameras, other diagnostic devices, right? I mean, all of this can broaden the range of physiological data that actually can be collected and then assessed in a much shorter time frame. Without really the whole point of telehealth without necessitating travel or transport. And then I think the other big key and green here's accessing deeper pools of health care providers by creating wide networks of medical experts, potentially elevating the quality of care..

April, 2020 RBC Capital Markets April 2020 35 September of 2020 24% U. S Food and Drug Administrat 20% 35% last year 75 27 billion more than 60 million 2020 1/5 CMS today 40% 2025 about 92 billion
"april 2020" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"april 2020" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"At the Wall Street Journal on retro style cocktails like Cosmos and fuzzy navels. Getting a modern makeover. Well, while Americans are gradually getting back to some semblance of normal traffic data suggests that the morning drive has changed drastically, and it may never go back to pre covid patterns. Nathan Bomi, reporter at USA Today says Rush hour isn't quite so rushed in the early morning hours anymore, Nathan, What do we have? Everyone knows that traffic dropped pretty sharply in the beginning of the pen that make it felt like nobody was out on the road. There in April. 2020, for example. But you know, the fact is that actually, traffic continues to be down and they feel like it's come back. It certainly has come back a lot from those early drops. But it hasn't come back in full. And you know what people have pointed out is like a 10% decline in traffic is noticeable. So for starters received an overall decline still, and maybe that will continue to crawl back, but with the fact that people are increasingly having the option to work from home in many cases, you know, we're expecting to see that have a permanent effect on traffic flow and essentially the rush hour. Is going to change how so? What's it gonna look like now? Well, you know, what we think is going to happen is that you know, basically with the a version of what we're seeing now, probably after Labor Day when many people go back to the office of least as long as things had continued to head as they are right now, you know what will likely happen is that people will be driving a little later in the morning than the usual and that's because If you have more flexibility built into your work schedule, then you're much more likely to be able to leave a little bit later in the morning. So, for example, say you start a meeting at the office at eight o'clock, and then you Take the kids to childcare at nine. And then you head into work at Ted. Now you're in. You're on the road at nine a.m.. Instead of being on the road at seven A.m. or 80. And so what That means is traffic is going little later in the morning and Earlier might be a little bit less traffic and later might be a little bit more. But in the middle, you might have a little less to speak with Nathan Bomi business reporter at USA Today. His pieces called has Rush Hour forever changed. Following the pandemic, I thought as part of the drill down to is interesting that it might be specific days sometimes where traffic is better or worse. Yeah, I think that's important to mention because we're hearing conversations about companies providing these hybrid work arrangements to their workers were essentially you might work a couple days at the office in a given week and then a couple days at home and I think naturally, The expectation at least from the governor's Highway Safety Association is that people are going to be a little more likely to work from home on Mondays and Fridays. And so if that happens across the board, you can see mothers in Friday's actually have noticeably less track volume. And Tuesday through Thursday. Now we know that that's not going to be the case across the board, and it may not be the case for many people, but even again, even if you have a 5 to 10% of people doing that sort of thing that can make a big difference, because one expert pointed out that when you think about your usual summer traffic when you don't have Kids going to school, for example, and teachers going to work that that actually has a noticeable effect. We all know what happens when you get to September. All of a sudden, it feels like there's a lot of traffic again. That's only a 5 to 10% decline, but that gives you a sense. How much of an impact that could have if we have a 5 to 10% decline in traffic permanently on the roads going forward, And is it true that the roads are more dangerous now? Yeah, And I think that that's the big downside here. And I think a lot of people don't really understand the fact that although there has been less traffic, there have been more debts, at least in terms of per trip. So essentially, if you go out there, your chances of getting into a deadly accident are actually much higher. And they were before the pandemic, and that's primarily because people are speeding. I mean, this is a bit of a crisis where because the roads are open, people are hidden the gas and you know somebody some cases. Enjoy rides and that sort of thing And so you know, obviously be careful out there and the police aren't really cracking down. They have other priorities right now, so I think people realize they can get away with it. Will police eventually start cracking down again? Yeah. I mean, you have to wonder because, you know, I think one thing we don't fucking up in this country about the fact that you know it's a public safety crisis, the fact that more than 35,000 people a year Dying in traffic crashes and the fact that it's that number has been stubbornly high. Despite the fact that vehicle safety technology has improved considerably in recent years, you know, and pedestrian safety is a huge crisis. And so you know, we all know that probably in the future autonomous vehicles will dramatically improve that. We're not there yet. And until we get there, we have to do something. Thanks. Nathan Nathan Bomi, Business reporter at USA today, Coming up next working from home with noisy kids this summer. Mhm. I struggled with symptoms like frequent gas and stomach pain. For years, I was bloated all the time with daily diarrhea. At first I thought it was what I was eating. I kept thinking it was stomach issues. So I did my research and talked to my doctor and we finally uncovered the.

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"april 2020" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"april 2020" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Retro style cocktails like Cosmos and fuzzy navels. Getting a modern makeover. Well, while Americans are gradually getting back to some semblance of normal traffic data suggests that the morning drive has changed drastically, and it may never go back to pre covid patterns. Nathan Bomi, reporter at USA Today, says Rush hour isn't quite so rushed in the early morning hours anymore, Nathan, what do we have? Well, everyone knows that traffic dropped pretty sharply in the beginning of the pen that make it felt like nobody was out on the road there in April. 2020, for example. But you know, the fact is that actually, traffic continues to be down and they feel like it's come back. It certainly has come back a lot from those early drops. But it hasn't come back in full. And you know what people have pointed out is like a 10% decline in traffic is noticeable. So for starters were seeing an overall decline. Still, and maybe that will continue to crawl back, but with the fact that people are increasingly having the option to work from home in many cases, you know, we're expecting to see that have a permanent effect on traffic flow and essentially the rush hour. Is going to change how so? What's it gonna look like now? Well, you know, what we think is going to happen is that you know, basically with the a version of what we're seeing now, probably after Labor Day when many people go back to the office of least as long as things had continued to head as they are right now, you know what will likely happen is that people will be driving a little later in the morning than the usual and that's because If you have more flexibility built into your work schedule, then you're much more likely to be able to leave a little bit later in the morning. So, for example, say you started meeting at the office at eight o'clock, and then you take the kids to childcare at nine and then you head into work at Ted. Now you're in. You're on the road at nine a.m. instead of being on the road at seven A.m. or 80th. And so what That means is traffic is going a little later in the morning and earlier might be a little bit less traffic and later might be a little bit more. But in the middle, you might have a little less to speak with Nathan Bomi Business reporter at USA Today. His pieces called has Rush hour forever changed. Following the pandemic, I thought as part of the drill down to is interesting that it might be specific days sometimes where traffic is better or worse. Yeah, I think that's important to mention because we're hearing conversations about companies providing these hybrid work arrangements to their workers where essentially you might work a couple days at the office in a given week and then a couple days at home, and I think naturally, the expectation leads from the Governor's Highway Safety Association is that People are going to be a little more likely to work from home on Mondays and Friday. And so if that happens across the board, you can see mothers in Friday's actually have noticeably less traffic volume. And Tuesday through Thursday. Now we know that that's not going to be the case across the board, and it may not be the case for many people, but even again, even if you have a 5 to 10% of people doing that sort of thing that can make a big difference, because one expert pointing out that when you think about your usual summer traffic when you don't have kids going to school, for example, and teachers going to work that that actually has an older school effect, we all know what happens when you get to September. All of a sudden you feel like there's a lot Traffic again. That's only 5 to 10% decline. But that gives you a sense for how much of an impact that could have if we have a 5 10% decline in traffic permanently on the roads going forward, And is it true that the roads are more dangerous now? Yeah, And I think that that's the big downside here. And I think a lot of people don't really understand the fact that although there has been less traffic, there have been more debts, at least in terms of per trip. So essentially, if you go out there, your chances of getting into a deadly accident are actually much higher. And they were before the pandemic, and that's primarily because people are speeding. I mean, this is a a bit of a crisis where the roads are open. People are hidden the gas and you know somebody some cases. Enjoy rides and that sort of thing And so you know, obviously be careful out there and the police aren't really cracking down. They have other priorities right now, so I think people realize they can get away with it. Will police eventually start cracking down again? Yeah. I mean, you have to wonder because, you know, I think one thing we don't talk enough in this country about is the fact that you know it's a public safety crisis, the fact that more than 35,000 people a year Dying in traffic crashes and the fact that it's that number has been stubbornly high. Despite the fact that vehicle safety technology has proved improved considerably in recent years, you know, and pedestrian safety is a huge crisis. And so you know, we all know that probably in the future autonomous vehicles will dramatically improve that. We're not there yet. And until we get there, we have to do something. Thanks. Nathan Nathan Bomi, Business reporter at USA today, Coming up next working from home with noisy kids this summer. I struggled with symptoms like frequent gas and stomach pain. For years, I was bloated all the time with daily diarrhea. At first, I thought it was what I was eating. I kept thinking it was stomach issues. So I did my research and talked to my doctor and we.

Nathan Bomi April. 2020 Nathan Nathan Bomi 5 Friday Thursday 10% Tuesday Nathan September 80th nine a.m. 5 10% seven A.m. today Mondays eight o'clock Labor Day Ted Governor's Highway Safety Asso
"april 2020" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:42 min | 1 year ago

"april 2020" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Live everywhere the I Heart radio app. Did I tell you pays to listen to the John and Ken Show it does In about 15 minutes. The keyword for cash contest is back. People should be paid to listen to this. You will learn the important word about 3 20. We'll do it again at 4 20, then the next time after that, be 6 20 on the Conway show that's exciting to lunatics on the loose coming up later on, Got a number of stories last night I turned on the 10 o'clock news afterwards, Channel five or 11. I saw Yeah, There's a half naked guy on top of a church setting across on fire. He's on the roof. I was shouting and all I could think of. I'm sitting there going. This is what we get. This mental illness is now everywhere. It started with ignoring the homeless people, letting them just Continue to lounge about, he said. We just have mentally ill people walking the streets left and right. And this is what they're gonna start doing. He set fire to the steeple of a church, and he is only wearing a pair of shorts. And then he starts jumping from roof to roof and he was swinging on ropes to get from one building to the other. This happened to Boyle Heights and Security guard said All he said to me was I got to do this. I gotta do this. So I said to him, don't do this now, and he kept falling hard. On the roofs that he was swinging too, but he never got badly hurt. We'll play this story, along with more craziness, not just from the world of the mentally ill, but criminals like sex offenders. Crazy stuff, But that's the California you live in today, and we'll also get to the report from U. C. San Diego that this stuff you heard about a California exodus, people leaving. They're not true. That's what our study says. We lose it. How did we lose congressional seats? That happened? That's the first thing I yelled at the TV this morning when I heard that no, excellent, the only way to lose and that's never happened before We lost a congressional seat. You can't do that unless you lose population. But they're saying it's exaggerated. It's a few people first time in his most people love it here. Well, we're going to turn our attention to the employment development Department. Wow. Couple of doozies. The Employment Development Department, of course, is responsible for paying California's vast unemployment claims caused by governor Deputy Do and the lockdown. So yesterday, the state Legislature is going to allow each assembly member to hire new staffers because people can't get through to the e d D or calling up their assembly members and pleading for help. And they've decided that at least I don't know whether or not you know. Staffers who join the State Assembly Persons office can actually complete And and resolve. It's only two p problems. It may each step number two people per assembly member, right. So what's that gonna do? That's 160 people they're getting. Hundreds of thousands of calls. How is two people for 100? It's 120 assembly members, right? No 80 assembly 87. State senators have 40. Okay, so it's assembly only it's 160 people they're hiring. How's that gonna help for a few months? Well. Jim Patterson, who is quoted in the article thinks at least it's something Well, it is something, but it doesn't mean it's fixing anything. The Aedes own official dashboard. I love that word. That's a Gavin Newsom. Word continues to document the logjam of jobless claims that remains well above one million. It's been stuck there for months and months. Well, it is now. A logjam on June 26th was 1.12 million. It is it is, It is 16 months. Newsome has repeatedly botched all his reforms. His task forces in the audience 16 months and they still have a backlog of over a million claims. Listen to this. Recap. April, 2020 Newsome vowed to add 550 workers to cope with the jump in filings February 2021 BDD director Rita signs, she says the department had begun to hire 900 workers to help In May of 2021, the E. D. D Senate, it increased its staffing to 5600 people. They didn't say whether or not that includes Newsom's or her 900 people, but It's still not working. It doesn't work. The whole system doesn't work. You know what to call answering percentages during the week that ended on June 26th. They got to 9% of the calls. They got three million calls. They only answered 240,000. Up 9%. So it's a complete bust. Same agency that sent $30 billion to all the criminals and fraudsters around the world, including the death row inmates, including gang members in L. A. This is the same agency and now they still have over a million. Million claims backlog, and they miss literally millions of calls a week. They miss almost three million calls a week. They have done everything wrong and again, the unemployment fraud is expected to be upwards of $31 billion by the the time they total it up. And now add this to the pile. Bank of America, which was the middleman for paying the unemployment benefits. That's where people got their prepaid debit cards is bowing out that wouldn't get out of this. All they got was a lot of bad publicity because they had to freeze. Accounts. Yeah, they have an automated fraud filter that they were using, which didn't work right because locking people that were not fraud fraud the account at first, the account of of honest people. And it allowed all the criminals around the world to get away with stealing the money. I mean, do they claim they've lost hundreds of millions of dollars on the contract they did last year. This is what they're saying. This is Entirely Newsom's fault because The virus happened during his term. He's had 16 months to fix this. I think 16 months is that a reasonable amount of time they have unlimited money right they had they claimed they had a $76 billion budget surplus. They had unlimited money to fix this. The the constituency here where the people who lost their jobs because of Newsome. And or the virus. Said they were most in need. Million still haven't gotten their claims. Put through This alone should disqualify me as governor. This alone should be a reason to have him evicted. I do not understand if anybody knows the details of the story, and it takes maybe three minutes to explain why you would agree to renew his stay as governor is completely baffling. The statement from Bank of America. It's in quotes site. We have advised the state we would like to exit this business as soon as possible. By the way, I talked about this when you were on vacation a couple weeks ago. The other element to this that hasn't got much attention is that the California unemployment fund is in huge debt. $27 billion. It's money that they borrow from the federal government to help pay the uninsurance debt, which means to pay that back, and they have some time to do that. They're probably going to have to raise the unemployment insurance rates on businesses. Wait a second. 27 billion. Well, didn't about 30 billion Plus, go to the fraudsters. Yes. Isn't that funny? The entire deficit is the money that was stolen. Yeah. Yes, You can look at it that way exactly almost match so they got to raise taxes on employers. To cover all the money that was stolen. Much of it by foreigners. Yes. What a fiasco. I would. Why would you not recall Newsom? Imagine if somebody did this in your company. Imagine if you blew this much money in your company and never fixed the problem for 16 months, and you had a million customers who got screwed a million and your company was getting three million calls a week. And 90% of them never got answered. Would you re hire the guy? I'm laughing, But sadly, unless you're involved in the unemployment system, most people don't pay attention to this kind of Incompetence and fraud and perception. This is what's going on throughout the whole government. Exactly. Alright, come it up. Oh chance at money. The keyword for cash is next and more of the show John and Ken K. F i Deborah Marquez News Governor.

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"april 2020" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"april 2020" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Going to be something. Hmm. Very hot for us. Meantime, across country Tropical storm is expected to be a hurricane by the time it reaches land and the Tampa International Airport is preparing there in Florida. Well as we've been hearing with this latest increase this month in the States Gas Tax, California has the highest gas prices in the nation with the dollar 19 a gallon in taxes, But gas prices are going up everywhere. Although ABC's Mark Remillard says California still the priciest Yeah, That's right, according to Triple A California is averaging $4.30 a gallon right now, which is the highest average averaging state in the country. At this point, but across the nation, As you mentioned, the prices are going up, and they have been going up since January. Prices are already up 40% year to date, so And nationally, the average was about $2.25 at the start of the year. We're already up to $3.13 so far, and you know the price of a barrel of crude oil. Is nearing levels that we haven't seen since November or October or so in 2014, so we are starting to see prices. Go up, and it's coming at a bad time as it's the summer summertime. We're past the July 4th holiday. But there are a lot of people who still will probably travel this year. A certainly after the restrictions that occurred last year, there might be many people who are looking to do more this summer than they got to do last year. Yeah, we got Labor Day weekend coming up. So what is behind this hike? Work in process. Yeah, so there's a few things but I think that the predominant factor that people are pointing to is. There was a breakdown in negotiations among OPEC, which is the 15 member nation of Oil exporting countries, primarily in the Middle East, and there was they had basically been negotiating what their productions levels would be for the rest of the year. But they couldn't reach an agreement. And so this has resulted in uncertainty as well. As as I said, uncertainty, a lack of clarity for the rest of the year and how they'll meet demand and the production. And so that's resulted in prices going up. It's not clear if and when they reach an agreement, and will that stabilize things and bring prices down, Possibly But, ah, you know, I think it's important to keep in mind that April 2020 when when Covid really started to go into effect, Uh, OPEC cut production by 10 million barrels a day, which was huge, historic. And so, uh, they slowly tried to introduce more supply into the market over that time, but again haven't been able to reach an agreement going from this point for the rest of the year. So, as I said, a lot of uncertainty, a lot of lack of clarity around that. And this is resulting in most people's mind. That's that's what's behind the kick. All right, Well, I guess. Take that into consideration when you get out on the road A B C's Mark Remillard appreciate the update. My pleasure. Thank you for 20. Now at kfbk. Well, speaking of driving, Let's go back to our KPK Traffic center to catch up with Dana Hess. Alright. Thank you very much Brought to buy Wendy's breakfast stayed on our roadways. Well, it's slowing down on Camp City Freeway about 11 minutes now should.

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"april 2020" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"april 2020" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"All right, John. Thanks so much. We appreciate that, looking at WTI Crude oil here $74.33 an ounce off about 80 cents, but it had been as high as $76.98. Earlier today, so this is just moving higher. We've seen oil really over the last several weeks, and all I know about that is it's a commodity, so it's supply its demand. So I'm guessing demand is, um You know, more than supply right here, So that's basically my analysis. Fortunately, we have so many, much, much smarter on this to explain it to us. Fernando Value. He's an oil and gas analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence. Fernando, Let's start with OPEC here. Um, they didn't get it done this weekend. So tell us what's going on with OPEC. What happened over the weekend and kind of how you think it might play out? Sure, both first thanks for being here for let me participate today. Um, there is a major disagreement between OPEC place including Russia and the U. A. E, the United Urban Emirates. And the big dispute is really about when you set the baseline for the OPEC plus cards. Their stock, extending the cuts beyond April, 2022 the way he doesn't want to extend this early ahead, but they are okay to complain with the cuts, but their baseline for production is set in October, 2018 And they added capacity. Just after that, So currently video he has about a third of its capacity has been idled since the cuts in 2019. Um And so they want to bring back. They want to reset the baseline to be their production production production capacity. Understand, as opposed to October 2018 and as opposed to the Saudi Arabian economy. Do you use a lot more dependent on oil revenues, even though they're benefiting from the rise in oil prices. They're still struggling a little bit with the fiscal balance without that additional production. Can you draw out What's at stake here? Because really, it looks like it's the stability of the global economic recovery. Oil's already had a six year high. What are the ramifications of a lot of these delays and the volatility that's arising from them? Currently the biggest issue is just higher oil prices for the short term, although right now they're trading down a little bit. But without resetting that baseline and getting additional volume, we would In the current status quo of the men recovery, you know, e c D. We were expected in balance to continue and drive oil prices higher and is actually pressure from the by the administration for OPEC's increased some of that production back. So we don't see disparate impact on inflation as we're seeing with other commodities, So that's really what's in the balance now And ultimately, uh, energy is really, um Hinges on GDP growth and gasoline and jet on disposable income growth so higher oil prices that are actually a a long term issue for oil demand. So there is an interest for effect did not get back to the 100 oil $100 oil prices that we saw in 2010 to 2014. Because, really, that's what gave rise to shale. That's what gave rise to a lot of the improvements in mileage and that really curtailed oil men. So Fernando, generally speaking, where would OPEC like oil to trade in an ideal world. I know different countries, I guess have different breakevens, but just give us a sense of how that works. Exactly So the break even as opposed to a company is not what it takes for you to cover your operating expenses and everything else. It's because these companies these countries are essentially Almost 100% dependent on oil is how much what oil price they require in order to cover their fiscal clocks. And that will vary from Venezuela, which is in the two hundred's society, which is probably quote 6 55 to 60, depending on their production levels. And, um So the Saudi and Russia can can make do in the 60 to $70 range, but they prefer anywhere between 70 to $80. I think that tends to be Price where you can start to see an impact on global demand. We have a heuristic that when total energy costs over 7% of the global full of the domestic product, it starts to be detrimental to overall group. So I think that it's you anywhere between 60 to 75. I think that's probably there Goldilocks scenario where they're making a lot of money. Um, but at the same time, they're not damaging long term demand. Can you give us a road map here of what the next couple of days should look like and what the conflicts might be in the interim. Well, I think that's that's everybody's guests. Now the you know, he had said the meeting has been postponed while society in Russia said the meeting was canceled, so I think We're now at least in the short term. We're going to continue having these dueling narratives. I think talks of video leading OPEC are probably not unfounded, but I think we'll we'll get more pressure to at least get a A temporary, uh, at least a small increasing production over the next couple of days, and that could be coupled with extending the deal beyond the current expiring. Hey, Fernando. You mentioned earlier the U. S shale producers. They have not been the most disciplined lot. Historically, do we expect them to just start drilling again? Well so far. We haven't seen that except for the private operators. The public operators have stuck to their capital discipline, and part of that is because they have to because they took on too much debt during the pandemic, and the focus now is to reduce that debt rather than continue to grow. You've seen anywhere, one from Chronicle Phillips, who has always been disciplined, increasing share buybacks to accidents, uh, hasn't always been the most disciplined by focusing instead on that reduction. So right now, when you look at the track spread count, um which is how many walls are completed? Only the permanent is significantly from the lows of April 2020. But even that there, we haven't seen a return to 2019 levels. We're seeing that discipline. Most of the growth has been from private operators that don't have the same pressures as the public ones, and the public ones have outlined more plans to return capital as opposed to continue England to grow. What can we see? Coming out of Washington and real quick here really in 30 seconds or so What can we expect from Joe Biden in terms of guidance? I think mostly diplomacy as opposed to outward comments. The administration is in a tough spot where they have to promote higher oil production, which is really against their overall stated goals. But in order to prevent higher inflation that could be damaging to the the U. S and global economy. They have to pressure OPEC plus to raise production a little bit, but they can't be seen to be doing that. So so so. Fernando. Thank you so much for joining us. We appreciate it as always, Your go to person for global oil, Fernando value oil and gas analyst for Bloomberg in intelligence looking at crude.

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"april 2020" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"april 2020" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Via error with U S Coast Guard. The other was put on the boat, the rescue boat and brought back here to lagoon Drive. This is our airport firefighter station Number two, which is on the diamond head end of the airfield, and that person was then transported via ambulance. The Queen's medical center, the F A. A, and the NTSB will continue their investigation. Woman responsible for that massive pile up in the Tour de France is facing charges as we hear from A B Susan as delicate Tero 30 year old woman who turned herself into police has been released from custody and will appear at a criminal court hearing on Thursday, October 14th. She's being charged with endangering others via deliberate violation of a particular obligation of prudence or safety imposed by law or regulation and with causing unintentional injuries, resulting in incapacity of work not exceeding three months. And Twitter, France organizers have said they will not be following through with their threats to sue her in as delicate terra ABC News PARIS Italy suspends more than 50 prison guards after video of footage emerges showing officers beating inmates. The video dates back to April 2020 after a protest by inmates of a prison near the southern city of Naples, who were alarmed by lack of protection against Covid. In the video posted by the news site Domani, Unarmed prisoners, including a man in a wheelchair, are forced to run a gauntlet of guards violently, hitting them with batons and kicking them more than 110. Prison staff are under investigation with more than 20 in detention or under house arrest. The former inmate and the wheelchair says he fears he will go crazy if he thinks about the attack again. Megan Williams. ABC NEWS Rome Europe will hold its first Jewish L G B T plus Pride event on Saturday more from CBS is laying the car European Union for Progressive Judaism organized the wider event, which will.

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"april 2020" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"april 2020" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A truck that was being used to collect the fireworks was heavily damaged. Police say at this point, it's not known what triggered the explosion. Steve Futterman, CBS NEWS, Los Angeles President. Biden and the first lady will both arrive and Surfside, Florida later today, where rescue crews continue digging one week. Following the collapse of a condominium complex in the death toll is continuing to mount. The White House says the president will thank the rescue teams and meet with families in Surfside Press Secretary Jen Psaki says Mr Biden is keenly interested in not interrupting the ongoing efforts. Every component of this is going to be needs to be coordinated with officials on the ground. There is still an ongoing search and rescue effort on the ground and we want to ensure we're not doing anything to pull away from those resources sake wasn't able to say whether the president would actually visit the Champlain Tower site. Stephen Portnoy. CBS NEWS The White House, Former President Trump's business and one of his top bosses are now about to face federal tax evasion charges. A BCS Aaron Carter ski has more, sources told ABC News. Former President Trump's company and his longtime chief financial officer, are each expected to face charges involving tax fraud. Among the issues are fringe benefits given to certain Trump Organization executives, including Chief financial Officer Alan Weiss, Ahlberg and whether the requisite taxes were properly paid. The charges would be the first brought by the Manhattan district attorney Cy Vance, since he began investigating the former president and his family real estate company two years ago. Trump has denied wrongdoing. And it's called the investigation. Part of a witch hunt. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New YORK An informal survey by historians and C Span ranks the U. S presidents and once again puts Abraham Lincoln and George Washington number one And number two, respectively. Former President Trump comes in number 41 ahead of only Franklin Pierce, Andrew Johnson and James Buchanan. 6 18 and partly sunny skies and 75 degrees here in Boston, going to be much more but just less humid today but still quite warm as temperatures will get into the mid eighties. During the depths of the pandemic. Many Americans missed key health screenings, among them women. The pandemic push low income and minority women away from routine screenings for breast and cervical cancer. The CDC's Mona Soraya, total number of screening tests that were received by the women and international breast and cervical cancer Early detection program declined by 87% for breast cancer and 84% of cervical cancer during April 2020, she says, if that were to continue would be very concerning because of the potential increase. In the number of cancer cases. Sabrina Cupid for CBS News Atlanta Well, this is a lemonade stand with a purpose, doing much more than just cooling us off. During a sizzling summer afternoon. The lemonade is good is excellent, very good 10 out of 10, but the staff is even better. Okay, Well, if that doesn't melt your heart, let Juliana Kayla's dad Joe, tell you what a six year old daughter plans on doing with every penny. They make it that lemonade stand send it to the Miami.

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Comparing April 2020 Headlines About Coronavirus, Potentially Knowing It Was a Lab Leak

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Comparing April 2020 Headlines About Coronavirus, Potentially Knowing It Was a Lab Leak

"Dr Fauci, is that a White House press conference? He's asked about the lab league theory on April 17th 2020. He cites a paper and says, Ah, I don't really dig this lab Lee theory. There's a paper coming out, he says. I don't really know the authors yet, but this paper is gonna refute this lab leak hypothesis. Well, as I asked before the break. Is this the paper? New England Journal of Medicine, escaping Pandora's box, another novel, Coronavirus. Cause you know what's really odd. The authors of this paper Peter Dash, AC Jeff Taubenberger and David Morin's one of the authors Peter de Shock since Fauci and email the next day after Fauci waves off the lab leak insights this paper and thanks him for doing so. And in the paper. They're pretty clear that quote implicates a bat origin. In other words, pay no attention to the lab leak behind the curtain, you idiots. You swear the story shockingly gets even stranger. So just six days after that press conference, Maybe we look weak. A little less. Maybe I don't want to nail it down to six is the fact that he was 6.27 days. Let's say around a week later after that press conference where Fauci sites, this paper authored by Dash AC and others who, Thanks, Pao chief reciting it. Just six days later. You see this headline The articles actually from May 11th, but quotes What happens. Headline Trump Administration cuts funding for coronavirus researcher jeopardizing possible covid 19 cure. So the media instead of wondering why Donald Trump, who probably got wind that we may have been funding gain of function deadly research at a Chinese bioweapons lab instead of saying, Wow, good job, Donald Trump That sounds like it could really suck for us. Of course. Scott Pelley had CBS 60 Minutes, which pretends to be a news magazine, which is quite hilarious. Of course. Their headline is about Donald Trump cutting funding for this researcher jeopardizing a possible cure, which is ironic because the vaccine happened under the Trump administration, despite the same media, saying the vaccine wouldn't happen. Regardless of your feelings about vaccines, those facts are

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"april 2020" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"april 2020" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"Not a music task it showed to me, but Right. That's what you want. I'll test it, Ben. Yeah, listening. The fact that he chuckled the fact that he thought it was chuckle. Worthy s Dr Sachin is disgusting. In all of this. All of this is downstream. So this man is Springfield, Illinois. This man to tear guitar Venus Barnes. That was arrested here. This happened in April. 2020 has been a lawsuit filed Pulled over for traffic. To find marijuana after searching And government problem backseat searching. And then they find his daughter's ashes and decide to Test them for drugs. His daughter Was killed by the mother of the baby Tongkah Davis, who was So it's the 20 years in prison for first degree murder. Obviously the harvest was not involved in that. Obviously. He carries her ashes with him of small container. Because, yeah. I mean, can you imagine? Not supposed to lose a child child. Children are supposed to lose you. That's how it works. But I just I just can't get over. This thing is doctor sashes. Literally chuckling..

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"april 2020" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"april 2020" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

"Well, I gotta tell you I have there's been things in our lives where I'm like Noel I don't know what to tell you. Yes, but I think the only thing we have to do is not think about it and it just really depends it works. Yeah, I think it's going to work out for them. They seem like a really happy couple also are sunglasses just turn off dial. Yes. Yes. That's like her hair clip. She's like, oh, I love these new headbands. They look just like sunglasses such a gels are in fact, she does the same thing. I don't know if I would compare that's kind of mean to jail, but I know but still does the same thing with sunglasses and they always talk about she's like accessory vomit she wears so much accessories. He likes them a little what did we call flare? Oh, yes. She does like flare. All right. So now let's talk about cuz we have two before we end this podcast to Rican Hazel. This is April 2020 and they're having wine. And he's like creepy. I don't know. I don't like it. He's like we're having wine and you're a lightweight and like I said, I was watching this with Matt and he's like, why is this guy so corny? Who is this? And I was like, yeah he is he's he didn't see him rap though. I did. So I said I was like, you didn't hear rap about ghost peppers. I'm like, I'm going to play it for you. Hello hot sauce. Hella hot what bothers me is his hair. Oh, no, I don't even know he has a head to bring I can't take him home. I can't take him. Oh no. No, no, his hair is definitely not the problem here. So now their wedding planning, so they're going to zoom in his friend Angela who I love me too. Okay. Also, we find out that Angela has an indoor pool in our house. Yeah. I'd like to move in Angela. I'm she's like, it's too cold for that. It's super turn the heat on Angela. Uh-huh. I would never close that pool. So now Hazel she wants more happy. Mhm. She wants a girlfriend right away. Yeah, and he's claiming that she's drunk which no, I think she's wanted a girlfriend right away the whole time. So Angela said, why don't you guys get to know each other first? Yes. And she also which I like Angela good thing, you know women power right? She's like, you know, I just want to make sure this is your decision and you know, I love pressuring you. Yeah, and she's like no it's not my decision and she's like, oh, okay, then go ahead now. She's like no judgment, which I love okay, I might get in a ton of trouble for this. I'm ready. I want to have an open discussion and I want no one to be mad at me. Okay? Okay. Okay. Well, first of all bisexual we've talked about this before does not mean that you have both a man and a woman as a partner right bisexual means that you're attracted men and women. Yes, it could be equal. It could not be equal. It doesn't matter polyamory Yes means that you want to be in a relationship with more than one person. Yes, and it's, you know, it's not specific to gender right.

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"april 2020" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"april 2020" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

"Well, I gotta tell you I have there's been things in our lives where I'm like Noel I don't know what to tell you. Yes, but I think the only thing we have to do is not think about it and it just really depends it works. Yeah, I think it's going to work out for them. They seem like a really happy couple also are sunglasses just turn off dial. Yes. Yes. That's like her hair clip. She's like, oh, I love these new headbands. They look just like sunglasses such a gels are in fact, she does the same thing. I don't know if I would compare that's kind of mean to jail, but I know but still does the same thing with sunglasses and they always talk about she's like accessory vomit she wears so much accessories. He likes them a little what did we call flare? Oh, yes. She does like flare. All right. So now let's talk about cuz we have two before we end this podcast to Rican Hazel. This is April 2020 and they're having wine. And he's like creepy. I don't know. I don't like it. He's like we're having wine and you're a lightweight and like I said, I was watching this with Matt and he's like, why is this guy so corny? Who is this? And I was like, yeah he is he's he didn't see him rap though. I did. So I said I was like, you didn't hear rap about ghost peppers. I'm like, I'm going to play it for you. Hello hot sauce. Hella hot what bothers me is his hair. Oh, no, I don't even know he has a head to bring I can't take him home. I can't take him. Oh no. No, no, his hair is definitely not the problem here. So now their wedding planning, so they're going to zoom in his friend Angela who I love me too. Okay. Also, we find out that Angela has an indoor pool in our house. Yeah. I'd like to move in Angela. I'm she's like, it's too cold for that. It's super turn the heat on Angela. Uh-huh. I would never close that pool. So now Hazel she wants more happy. Mhm. She wants a girlfriend right away. Yeah, and he's claiming that she's drunk which no, I think she's wanted a girlfriend right away the whole time. So Angela said, why don't you guys get to know each other first? Yes. And she also which I like Angela good thing, you know women power right? She's like, you know, I just want to make sure this is your decision and you know, I love pressuring you. Yeah, and she's like no it's not my decision and she's like, oh, okay, then go ahead now. She's like no judgment, which I love okay, I might get in a ton of trouble for this. I'm ready. I want to have an open discussion and I want no one to be mad at me. Okay? Okay. Okay. Well, first of all bisexual we've talked about this before does not mean that you have both a man and a woman as a partner right bisexual means that you're attracted men and women. Yes, it could be equal. It could not be equal. It doesn't matter polyamory Yes means that you want to be in a relationship with more than one person. Yes, and it's, you know, it's not specific to gender right.

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Myanmar military may be committing new war crimes

UN News

01:04 min | 2 years ago

Myanmar military may be committing new war crimes

"A rising number of attacks by me on military on ethnic communities in the country have raised fears of possible war crimes and crimes against humanity there U N appointed Human Rights Expert Young Lee on Wednesday called for an investigation into events in kind and Chin states where she said that air and artillery strikes that killed and injured scores of adults. Children Armed Conflict has taken place in Russia and Chin States since December twenty eighteen between the Myanmar military known as the Tatmadaw and the American army more than one hundred fifty seven thousand people have been displaced hundreds including women and children killed and wounded since the conflict started the special rapporteur on the situation of human rights in our noted that calls for a ceasefire have gone unheeded instead. Government soldiers have prevented injured people from accessing. Urgent medical care. Mislead insisted while men suspected of links to the American army have been detained and tortured. Schools houses and Buddhist temple have been burned or destroyed including an entire village of up to seven hundred. Homes said the rights expert who also called on the Erika Army to protect civilians.

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Coronavirus in Sudan: Untold suffering awaits Sudan unless it receives a helping hand – Bachelet

UN News

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Coronavirus in Sudan: Untold suffering awaits Sudan unless it receives a helping hand – Bachelet

"U N High Commissioner for Human Rights. Michelle Bachelet has expressed serious concerns about the crisis facing Sudan in the midst of the cave in nineteen pandemic. She said in a statement on Tuesday that terrible suffering awaits the country's people unless donors act fast. Her comments come barely a year. After the ousting of format President Al-Bashir who was replaced by a transitional government that was tasked with bringing economic and Social Development Democracy Justice and peace. All of this is now being threatened by acute resource constraints the high commissioner said while also highlighting that Sudan will not be able to break out of its cycle of poverty and desperation unless it is freed from sanctions that were imposed at the time of the previous government wants sanctions are lifted. The country would be able to attract investment and access funds available from international financial institutions. Misbash late explained

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COVID-19 puts Libya's health service in danger of collapse

UN News

01:22 min | 2 years ago

COVID-19 puts Libya's health service in danger of collapse

"In Libya. Ongoing heavy fighting has raised concerns yet further about the likely devastating impact of the new corona virus on people there particularly those forced to flee violence many times. The development follows a renewed military push by the unrecognised government of National Accord last week to take six key coastal towns and push back the forces of the opposition Libyan National Army. Elena that have been shelling the capital Tripoli home to the country's main institutions including these state oil company and Central Bank. Stephanie took a Williams head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya warned that the virus risked overwhelming all ready decimated health system and she told journalists. Thursday that the situation for people who are impacted by the fighting while under lockdown is getting worse with some of the heaviest shelling in these sudden suburbs of Tripoli but it is also being felt downtown. She said you have a situation now where the population is under twenty four hour curfew because the pandemic you have families who have been displaced from their homes in southern Tripoli now displays multiple times moving further and further into a densely populated areas of Tripoli and now being affected by this a horrible intense shelling and the appearance on the battlefield of new weapons coming in from outside

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For Earth Day, U.N. chief urges 'green recovery' in response to coronavirus

UN News

01:04 min | 2 years ago

For Earth Day, U.N. chief urges 'green recovery' in response to coronavirus

"Cave. Nineteen may cause a brief dropping greenhouse gas emissions but the climate threat like the pandemic does not respect national boundaries. That's the message from Secretary. General Antonio Guiterrez on Earth Day march on the twenty second of April in Corfu sustained action to protect the planet and shrinking biodiversity. Mister guitarist urged countries to embrace sustainable strategies as part of the economic recovery in response to the new corona virus outlining a six point recovery plan. He reiterated his call for an end to fossil fuel subsidies and for polluters to start paying for their pollution at the same time. Governments should take this opportunity to stay there economies into green jobs and sustainable growth the UN. Chief insisted the impact of the. Koran of idols is immediate and rightful but there is another VP emergency. The planets and folding environmental crisis bio-diversity is in steep decline and climate is. Russian is approaching a point of no return. The current crisis is an unprecedented wakeup call. We need to turn the recovery into a real opportunity to do things right for the future

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Coronavirus crisis could double number of people suffering acute hunger - UN

UN News

01:28 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus crisis could double number of people suffering acute hunger - UN

"More than a quarter of a billion people could suffer from acute by the end of twenty twenty because of the impact of the new corona virus. Pandemic that's according to the World Food Programme. Wfp and other UN agencies. Which on Tuesday warned that caveat nineteen could almost double the number of people who are already critically hungry now in fifty five countries according to the global report on food crises produced by WFP and fifteen other humanitarian and development partners. Seventy five million children were stunted and seventy million suffered from wasting in two thousand. Nineteen the forecast. It's spike in the number of people at particular risk of curve in nineteen relates to one hundred and eighty three million people who were found to be on the cusp of acute hunger last year faced with the new corona virus. They're unlikely to withstand the shock to their food insecurity. The report suggests regionally more than half of the one hundred thirty five million people covered by the report are in Africa. Forty three million live in the Middle East and Asia eighteen and a half million from Latin America and the Caribbean. The key reasons for food insecurity are conflict where the extremes and economic turbulence in order of severity the ten worst food crises last year Yemen the Democratic Republic of the Congo Afghanistan Venezuela Ethiopia South Sudan Syria Sudan northern and Haiti together they constituted eighty eight million acutely food insecure people and accounted for sixty five percent of all people in acute need

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UN agencies issue urgent coronavirus appeal after $2bn request falls well short

UN News

01:00 min | 2 years ago

UN agencies issue urgent coronavirus appeal after $2bn request falls well short

"The heads of major UN humanitarian agencies have launched an urgent appeal to support global eight hubs. That are needed to help those it. Most at risk from the effects of the cove nineteen pandemic the request for three hundred fifty million dollars will enable a rapid scale up of SUPPLIES AND WORKERS AMID CANCELLED. Flights and disrupted supply routes that have been hit disproportionately hard by the virus. A key objective of the appeal is to provide support for transport. Eight hubs that run by the World Food Programme around the world. It will also allow the agency to charter vessels and provide aircraft for cargo health workers and other essential staff and it will also cover medical evacuation services for frontline workers and infrastructure and construction of treatment centers without these facilities that are used by the humanitarian community. The global response could start to halt the UN agency. Heads warned more than half. A billion dollars has been found since urine secretary. General Antonio Cash urged donors to support a two billion dollar Global Humanitarian Response Plan on the twenty fifth of

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Ceasefire during COVID-19 pandemic essential, to safeguard 250 million children

UN News

02:13 min | 2 years ago

Ceasefire during COVID-19 pandemic essential, to safeguard 250 million children

"N Children's Fund UNICEF F. One on Friday that two hundred and fifty million children around the world living in the waking nightmare of conflict desperately need warring to stop fighting as the cave in nineteen pandemic spreads in an appeal UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta. Four urged belligerent. To consider that they would not be able to battle the disease while still fighting each other to the children through these waking nightmares. A ceasefire could mean the difference between life and death. She said adding that it would protect children from being killed maimed or forced from their homes and stop the attacks on health centers water and sanitation systems. Misfortune call comes nearly a month after you and chief. Antonio Guitarist appealed for a global ceasefire which has resulted in a temporary lull in hostilities. In eleven countries violent conflict continues nonetheless in parts of Afghanistan became a facile Libya Mali Myanmar Syria Ukraine Yemen and elsewhere. The unions have appeal coincides with the release of UN research suggesting that the recession caused by cave nineteen could cause hundreds of thousands of additional child deaths this year responding to the findings which would reverse gains in reducing infant mortality. Un Secretary General Antonio guitarfish called for urgent action to protect youngsters wellbeing even before the pandemic childhood malnutrition and stunting were at unacceptable levels. He said now with classrooms closed almost everywhere. Nearly three hundred ten million children who rely on school meals are missing out on this. Daily dose of nutrition children are victims and witnesses of domestic violence and abuse with schools. Closed and important early warning mechanism is missing the UN chief explained reviews household income will force poor families to cut back on essential else and food expenditures particularly affecting children pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers and the self-services become overwhelmed. Seek children are less able to access get with the global recession gathering base there could be hundreds of thousands of vicious child deaths in twenty twenty in addition to the suspension of polio vaccination campaigns measles immunization has also been halted in at least twenty three countries the UN secretary general continued

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April 2020 Book News

Books and Boba

04:31 min | 2 years ago

April 2020 Book News

"Our April Twenty Twenty Book Club pick again is Mimi. Lee gets a clue by Jennifer Jay Chow which I actually finished last night so the wall. Maybe there's the benefits isolation I is. I have more time to you. Know do stuff But Yeah I love how is it how is it far? I enjoyed it. It's It's an interesting take on detective fiction I won't say more until discussion at the end of the month. But it's It's a pretty cute story of it. Did I. Deliver on on a happier book? Flew to deliver a light read. This is like a book that is is not particularly challenging But has a lot of great moments and is just overall. I really fun read and definitely a good break from all the you know All the existential Despair that we're faced with every day in real life. So thank you for for doing that. Are you not entertaining them? And speaking of thanking re-re. I wanted to also thank you for compiling all the Book News. We actually have a ton of news episode which is which is A contrast to the last few we've kind of had to dig for for as American League News. Yeah that's the strange thing about publishing you know like book deal comes out but the deal was being made like maybe two years ago. All of the all of the books that were being written like two years ago. Now they're coming out No our first book deal. Marvin can you take the lead? Sure Penguin team. Canada acquired two books in a why Douala by debut author Sheron Jae Jao pitched as Pacific Rim meets the handmaid's tale the first book iron widow is setting a world with a Patriarchal Military System. Where male pilots of giant magical? Mecca are treated like celebrities and female pilots. Must serve as their concubines. The novel's heroine is eighteen year. Old Wounds again. Who embarks on a journey to avenge her sister's murder? Publication is slated for fall. Twenty twenty one for the first title and the Second Book is slated for fall. Twenty twenty two. This sounds amazing I don't know if you know but was not an is a legendary figure in Chinese history. She that she is a real life. Empress of China like she started her own dynasty in imperial China and the story is like she started as a concubine for the emperor of the previous dynasty and pretty much arranged for her to succeed him. I think I've seen a documentary on her. I never remember the names of of like of like important historical figures it's been entire for struggle dramas and movies based on her life in China. Well it sure on book sounds pretty bad ass considering that there's like like Mecca robot young and I am all for that as a as a gundem fan not just make up a magical So like ESCO Floyd type thing you know Escalona. It's been so long watch that show and I don't know if you follow on twitter. But she made a post recently about announcing this book deal and following up on twitter. Promise that if she ever got a publishing deal she would Do you her author picture in her. Because I guess he's a Avid cost player as well and so she did the photo shoot with her wearing a calcium which is pretty amazing. So check that out. That's that is the promised to make as as an author that is you know. That's quite the dedication of right so our next book deal is bought an island with you. A why a debut by Malani Moreno set in Contemporary Hawaii. This own voices novel features. Two boys struggling with identity and loss in their community. After other boys in their town go missing. Publication is planned for Spring. Twenty twenty one between the trend of awesome own voices. Books is this like. Is this a niche of of like like Hawaiian Crime novels? 'cause I feel like kind of common to have like a deaths or like a missing persons case in quote Unquote Paradise. Like I feel like that that has to be a

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UN chief expresses solidarity for Africa as continent ‘braces’ for pandemic

UN News

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

UN chief expresses solidarity for Africa as continent ‘braces’ for pandemic

"African nations. Need more than two hundred billion dollars to withstand the immediate impact cave in nineteen and to recover better. Human chief. Antonio Guitarist has announced a meeting with African Union senior representatives via video conference on Wednesday Mr Parrish repeated his call for greater help from the International Monetary Fund and others in issuing credit for developing countries debt relief countries that are unable to pay their international. Creditors must also be an important part of the response the UN secretary general said he also noted that a separate global appeal to help over one hundred million people in humanitarian emergencies had so far raised around four hundred million dollars. Such assistance was essential in Africa. As we break for the expected spread of the pandemic Mister Gutierrez said the disease was in no way of Africa's making but as with the climate crisis the African continent could end up suffering the greatest impacts explained highlighting. The urgent need for a safe and effective vaccine. Mister Gutierrez said that it may be the only way to return the world to a sense of normality

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Relaxing lockdowns without boosting care could lead to new COVID spike: WHO

UN News

01:15 min | 2 years ago

Relaxing lockdowns without boosting care could lead to new COVID spike: WHO

"As some European countries begin to relax lockdown measures following weeks of confinement introduced to halt the spread of the new corona virus the World Health Organization. Who has warned of a potential second wave of curve? Nineteen infections in an update to strategic advice to governments issued overnight the U. N. Health Agency called for greater support for health services without it and other measures including testing infection. The premature lifting of physical distancing measures is likely to lead to an uncontrolled. Resurgence in caveat nineteen transmission and an amplified second wave of cases the W. H. O. said today Austria Denmark. Spain and Italy have relaxed. Some lockdown meshes among its recommendations. Who's said that more should be done to identify those with mild disease symptoms not just the severe cases. The development follows an appeal for greater solidarity in combating the disease from Urine Secretary General Antonio guitarfish in a statement supporting the U. N. health agency on Tuesday evening as US president. Donald Trump announced that he was halting funding for the UN health agency pending review. Mister Gutierrez appealed for greater unity so that the international community can work together in solidarity to stop this virus and it's shattering consequences

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The First UN 'Solidarity Flight' Is Bringing Much-Needed COVID-19 Medical Supplies to Africa

UN News

01:08 min | 2 years ago

The First UN 'Solidarity Flight' Is Bringing Much-Needed COVID-19 Medical Supplies to Africa

"The first of the UN's at new solidarity flights carrying urgently needed medical equipment has arrived in Addis. Ababa agencies said on Tuesday on board the World Food Program with World Health Organization Charter. Jet Are one million facemasks along with gloves goggles. Ventilators and other essentials. There's enough equipment to protect health workers while they treat more than thirty thousand patients across the continent. It's to be distributed in five other countries. Initially Djibouti Sudan Eritrea. Somalia and Tanzania said Well Food Program spokesperson Elizabeth this. This is by far the largest single shipment of supplies single stopped of the pandemic and it will ensure that people living in countries with some of the weakest F systems are able to get dressed and treated while ensuring that health workers on the front lines are crop elite protect. Wbz's flights part of a larger effort to reach ninety five countries most at risk from the new corona virus with medical equipment and humanitarian workers to do this. Wfp has appealed for three hundred fifty million dollars. It has so far only received a quarter of that amount

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