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"bmo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:43 min | 3 weeks ago

"bmo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Price action for you on the S&P and the NASDAQ two And then as that 100 positive just about a third of 1% on the S&P up a half of 1% at yield time by three basis points on a ten year to 75 The German bond market does not participate You're a dollar one O 5 one O 5 83 negative half of 1% Just look at these numbers coming down to Germany The government cuts the 22 forecast to 2.2% from 3.6 And here's the inflation glide path with the next 18 months or so 6.1% for inflation in Germany in 22 2.8% in 20 three How do you get there John You absolutely nailed what I noticed I mean a GDP is back to what we'll call German normal Fine Inflation plunges 6.1 which is I get it politically socially It's really a challenge But then what's the number after that John 2.8 in 23 There you go And all of this of course is dependent on what happens with the war in Ukraine and gas supplies from Russia We're actually just hearing from Ursula von der leyen the EU chief saying the following The Russian gas cut was not a surprise Poland Bulgaria are now getting their gas from EU neighbors and I wonder where that gas is coming from to EU neighbors but we can work that out another time Our response will be immediate and coordinated The Kremlin is using fossil fuels to try and blackmail us That's the latest from the Europeans Tom It's an incredible news day Really want to emphasize to folks We've barely talked about meta which I guess is this afternoon and of course we're continuing to follow at Greg Farrell's following Thank you grand feral for joining of mister Wang and federal indictments John it's 11 counts right I haven't counted themselves So that's the case I think it's a case I don't know the document yet My team is my entourage is trying to get the document you know It's But when you get it pass it over Right now we will go to Stephen gal head of European FX strategy BMO capital markets and this is well timed to say the least Because mister Gallo knows when the big economic numbers data they adjust currency adjust Steven do you need to readjust your 12 month forecast on Euro dollar I'm not going to give you 12 months worth of these things We're just going through this one day at a time just like policy makers Just like in that case globally But going back to your point that you made about economic data moving currencies I think probably more so than at any time in recent history I mean perhaps with the go back to the 1990s certainly in 1980s we've never been played in FX for monopoly policy by building potentially caused volatility in the foreign exchange market Like it is about to do like it could do over the remainder of 2000 and 22 So that is a key theme that I think poised to drive FX markets maybe already driving FX markets already When we look at the dollar strength recently I wouldn't say it's all due to expectations that the fed is going to increase the speed of monetary tightening I'd say that's part of the story but you also have a pretty negative flows picture for the Euro balance payment slows picture both from the trade side And also on the foreign direct investment side at least data we have through February to the end of February And then you've first you've got the geopolitical risk discount So even though we haven't seen investors really piling into short Euro dollar position the data don't suggest that they're overly short Euro dollar There's definitely an underlying flows fundamental which is distinctly negative for the Euro And it looks like it's going to remain that way It could get worse If the fed moves as fast as its telegraphing and the keys should be based on a or to move or move very slowly Stephen what's the more important driver right now the fed which you just went through or the situation in China The most important driver for what year a dollar Driver for markets For the single currency Well I think over the last couple of since the end of last week I think the more important move FX has been in the R&B the degree to which that has moved the Asian currency complex effectively the R&B caught up with weakness that have been occurring in other Asian currencies beforehand But the way the Euro has traded subsequently to that move in the R&B you see the R&B has been parked for the near term by PBS C the way that the R&B has moved since the way that the Euro has moved since the R&B has been parked suggests that there's very limited if any reserve demand for Euros And if that's true that's telling On a number of different fronts Stephen greater catch up on a statement gown of BMO capital markets on an almost forecast of all Euro dollar It seems over the next 12 months And I'm surely so that will resonate with a lot of people Especially right now as you see the Euro breaking down it's near session lows versus the dollar weakness I should say Tom But just to bring you some of these headlines I've just been looking at these and honestly it's fascinating to hear some of the comments out of Ursula von der leyen including one that seems to throw a little bit of shade of Germany saying that it's a stark reminder to work with reliable partners basically indicating that Russia is not reliable But ruble payment is a breach of sanctions So the focus goes back to those four payers who are paying in rubles and those ten companies that have set up accounts How much can that continue Well there is a mechanism here to pay in Euros that gets converted to rubles and when Gazprom says that they're receiving the payments in rubles I wonder Lisa what that actually means from the European side Do they characterize it in frame as they're sending the payments in Euros and they ultimately get converted at Gazprom to rubles I'm sure there's a mechanism here that they've all agreed on that works and that's what the big question is for me this morning what happened with bolt area and Poland What were others able to do that those two countries were not able to do Or is this an issue of Poland in Bulgaria being more vocal against Russia and Russia trying to punish them Interesting to note that Poland and Bulgaria are getting gas from EU neighbors You mentioned this before John Well I wonder where they're going to be getting the gas neighbors How long can this continue before they have to take a harder stance and they're forced into some sort of ban of Russian energy And frankly at this point how much is that going to be the immediate action that the European Union takes I actually think this line is embarrassing from Ursula von der leyen We've been working since March to reduce Russia dependency that work is paying off now Since March Tom or when they've been warned repeatedly over the last two decades to do a whole lot more than they have done Looking back I think everybody's got to look forward fast and to me And I've just been studying this as a total hack but the storage capacity in Europe to me seems to be the critical feature into the summer months using it along the way of course But where does that sit in October or November of this year And I don't have any expertise there I'm with you but you call it naval gas You have to learn from the lessons otherwise going for the one they've done repeatedly in Germany It looks like they're going.

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"bmo" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

04:09 min | 3 months ago

"bmo" Discussed on ExtraTime

"A number of years nosey area really well. My brother lives here with his family. So that was kind of cool. You know how many times your career are you going to have that option to play around so many close loved ones? On both sides of the spectrum. So that was huge for us. That was a huge, huge talking point for us during this whole process. And so obviously like you said, if you have that family type of environment right, then it frees you up on the field. So hopefully obviously you have that one two punch, but obviously the family aspect was huge for us and choosing boss and I know a lot of people might have been like, you know, wow, wow, but for us, that was huge. That was huge to be around our loved ones. When we're not able to because we're both traveling a lot. And made it a lot easier. You had a quote in your pressor that was you can't beat father time. I just heard you say you're on the wrong side of 30. A lot of us out there nodding our heads on that one. But look, I also think you know Lewandowski, he's like 33. Korean Benzema is 33. Robbie Keane and David villa have won MVPs at this age. You're not old, man, but how does the body feel? No, no. How does the body feel? I feel great. I feel like I feel like I was 22 and I feel amazing. I just mean in the sense where your decisions are different at this age. What you're looking for, what you want to be a part of. And that family aspect is amazing. And so, you know, when you're younger, I feel like you can take maybe in my opinion you can maybe take more risk in certain areas and be more of a daredevil, but when you're a father, you're 32, you have a wife, you know, you have to be kind of smarter in terms of, you know, what you're looking for, what you're looking to do and what situations you're trying to put your family. And so that's what I meant more of there, not with the sporting wise. I don't have the cane out yet, right? Yeah, nah. This is exciting because I was my rookie year, you know? That never goes away that competitive spirit never goes away. How is your body though? 'cause we haven't seen a ton of you. So do you feel like you feel great? Oh, good, you know, you know, that's the part that is disappointing a little bit. You know, there was a lot of periods where I was taking pain, killers, you know, shooting whatever in my booty in terms of pain questions, numbing to play. And I'm human, man. Everybody's human. Sometimes that stuff comes back to you. You know, it comes back when you do to your body. So I had a rough couple of years and that aspect, but that's normal. And it's a shame that it happened how it happened, but I feel great. You know, I had to have the Sergio on my foot, you know, I broke my foot in the MLS cup, semifinal. Against Columbus, I broke my ankle..

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"bmo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:57 min | 4 months ago

"bmo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"All right looking at the market here we got lots of green on the screen Let's get a sense of what's going on in the world of the small cap stocks We do have a Bloomberg markets correspondent critic What do you have Yeah the rustle 2000 broadly up about 1% in line with what the S&P 500 is doing underperforming the NASDAQ though still in line with the market kind of fading those initial gains It was up as much as 2% earlier in the session underneath the hood some pretty big moves as well We'll start off with the company called stride LRN is your taker up 29% was up as much as 35% the most since October 18th with analysts positive on the technology based education company after reported second quarter results that beat estimates and bonus they raised their full year forecast This is also a BMO's favorite small cap name LRN up 29% moving on to clean energy fuel CLE is your ticker there up 15% after the company announced an agreement to build a methane capturing project at one of the largest dairy farms in the United States to make renewable natural gas which once again feeds back into its network CL and ease Your ticker up 15% And lastly you want to leave you on a down note here gatos silver GA TO down just sigh of 70% This comes after the company concluded there were errors in its technical report from July 2020 The company now estimates a potential reduction of the metal content of one of its mineral reserves ranging from 30 to 50% remaining after depletion down 69% Gato is my daughter's first word Really Yes I have a 15 month old girl at home And you'll have a wife this week Her mother is from Spain And hence speak Spanish with her So now my daughter calls every animal cat dog or horse gateau Exactly As long as she doesn't call you gato I think we're good She calls both me and her mother Dada Okay so Starting She's starting to figure out It's harder when you're bilingual you know By the way do you speak Spanish No No no No I speak Germans You had nothing for the conversation Did Craig Garrett did he reference rich Corinthian leather I think he did Is that a is that from a car commercial Right With the guy from fantasy islands Yes exactly Okay Again pretty No idea what we're talking about No she 90% of the references made on this show Completely Fantasy island No Tattoo a plane The plane Nope Nope Nothing Pretty good Thank you very much for giving us your wisdom and experience in small caps and cross asset reporting All right so all right we have rates rising coming into this year a lot of strategist fund managers said get ready for volatility And boy were they right Robert teeter head of investment policy and strategy group at silvercrest asset management joins us Robert the first two days of this week what do you make of the volatility we saw in trading in the last couple of days in these equity markets It certainly has been a very volatile time I think you're right a lot of us have been looking for that to happen It's been somewhat overdue In my view it's that we're going through a number of different transitions So I think we're transitioning out of a unit dimensional market meaning everything was all about COVID for a long while We've moved beyond that It's now a much more multifaceted story I think we're in an era of transition in some of the data as well Also partly related to amaran and a real focus on second derivative in terms of growth rate of the economy and what's going on with inflation And then lastly of course we have a big transition from the fed in terms of their policy going from very easy to prior perhaps colliding into neutral here Today or soon and then perhaps tightening a bit and being more restrictive with rates So all of that I think has gotten investors sort of back to basics in terms of exiting this sort of easy one dimensional economy and market and back to focusing on things like earnings and a lot of the more complicated stories that are going on in the market today And Bloomberg intelligence is bullish the earnings picture Gina Martin Adams yesterday Our chief equity strategist said she sees 15% earnings growth this year Did you hear that Yeah that's a lot harder than I think the consensus which is high in 8 or exactly What do you see in terms of earnings growth this year And are you concerned that the fed over Titans I talked to another economist Raphael attend Coney this morning from Ada economics She said she expects the fed tightening cycle to push us into a recession next year I don't share that fear I can see why folks have that expectation I mean I think the fed is focused on a couple of things here in the market has been laser focused on the inflation part of the fed mandate and what's going through the fed's mind But I think they're also of course focused on the economy and jobs been very clear in emphasizing wanting to get people back to work and having a supportive economy And the fed has also been very much emphasizing the need to restore some policy flexibility So I think it's not all about inflation for the fed It certainly seems like it in the heat of the moment here But I think they will be accommodative enough to keep the economy growing so that people get back to work And I think that feeds into that earnings picture that you referenced I'm also optimistic on earnings perhaps not quite as much as the double digit numbers that you were just talking about Part of that concern coming from how margins are managed but I am optimistic on the earnings front and for stocks as well One thing we haven't had to deal with just most recently in the last several years is geopolitical risk and we think about the Ukraine and Russia That really came front and center it seems like on Monday morning What are investors to do there Just have to put that on back burner and just ignore it or is that real Well I think the typical playbook is to say to put it on the back burner usually when you look back historically at these types of conflicts there is a short term negative reaction but tends to not be too disruptive over the longer haul As you mentioned it came at a very tenuous time for markets when there's a lot going on and this transition that we're going through And so I think it was more of a shock than usual So I do think that played a role here as well in terms of the downdraft that we've seen earlier this year All right Robert thanks so much for joining us Robert teeter there is a head of investment policy and strategy group Great to get your voice your insight on this as we wait for the fed meeting Hope we get you back on soon as well from silvercrest asset management We are expecting the fed decision of course as is as is normal on a Wednesday when they come out every month at 2 o'clock But at one 30 Tom Keane John farrow and Lisa braunwyn is all coming down to their special the fed decides Let's get down to Washington D.C. right now Nathan Hager Does anybody buy with your world natural in his Nathan Matt the U.S. embassy in Ukraine is now urging American citizens to consider leaving the country citing.

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"bmo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:57 min | 5 months ago

"bmo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"As BMO is doubling its retail presence in the U.S. It's paying over $16 billion to buy bank of the west from Frances BNP Paribas making it North America's fourth largest commercial bank BMO also owned Chicago based Harris bank First it was sunscreen and deodorant now Procter & Gamble has recalled several brands of aerosol dry shampoo and conditioner because they may contain cancer causing benzene affected brands include herbal essences pantene and ossi The new week began on Wall Street where last week ended with COVID-19 worry sending stocks lower the Dow sank 433 the S&P lost 53 the NASDAQ tumbled one 89 Larry kofsky Bloomberg radio accounting professional Liam Cohen CPA a trustee of the Jewish communal fund and sephardic beaker Holland talks about why he uses JCS donor advised fund and recommends JCF to his clients JCF is an organization that I've worked with for many years both personally and in my accounting practice The ease of giving and managing my donations through their website is very effective using your tax planning and managing all of my charitable giving through one place JCF endowment helps support Jewish organizations throughout the tri state area and that's very important to me and my clients JC F's donor advised fund is the smarter way to give back Let Jewish communal fund maximize your client's charitable deductions and streamline their charitable giving Since JCF handles all the administration get started now at JCF and Y dot org or call 212-752-8277 We have a gift for giving You see the value in 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.

"bmo" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:28 min | 9 months ago

"bmo" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Joan Jett, the one and only playing at the BMO Here is Pavilion tonight at Summerfest. The weather is going to be spectacular, and that woman still rocks. I was just going to say. She puts on a show and that's a great venue for her is the BMO Harris because it's got such a big stage and its soul. Um, you get that breeze off the lake. It comes through. It's a huge, huge stadium for seeding. Right. And you're right. She is totally girl power. I remember just loving her wanting to be her. Yeah, I did. I wanted to be. I wanted to look like her in those leather pants. She have any Christmas? Yeah. I mean, you know, it's just It's going to be a fun night. So I hope you go and support summer fast Because they've been down. They've been down. Attendance has been down. So Yeah, head out tonight. The weather is going to be perfect. Today. It it's just gonna be glorious and even through the weekend, we are Jane M. Carol Carol Kane, Jane man they're filling in for Steve's graffiti for today and tomorrow if you want to check in about anything, 85561616 20. That's the econet mortgage talk and text line. We were sharing how we met. We met at a celebrity fashion show 30 years ago sometime in the late eighties. Yeah, and I remember being they had won. The one room was just a big dressing rooms. So we were all changing in the same room, which is weird when you're strangers, but that's why we made that better by going out to a bar. Of course, right. That's how we met and our friendship has stayed solid for for 30 years. It's been constant and and you know what was nice, too. Is that even though we were competitors, and I think that we stand as a testament to the fact that we you can be Competitors and still really good friends. Yes, and Jane and I also we differ on certain things. We don't agree on everything. We don't agree on everything. And that's also very interesting because Here's what's fun were reasonable adults. We can have discourse and we still walk away hugging each other, saying it's fun to get together. Let's not make it two months since we do it again, and that was back in the day when it was not a dirty word to compromise. Right, which unfortunately, compromise has now become an It's just something that seems like no one wants to do anymore, right? No, and that's unfortunate. You can't get through life like that. I don't know why, but that's just the way it is. But we are getting a lot of text about people who met oddly My wife and I met Brace yourself in a bar. I was there with some friends. And so is she. And she kept looking at us. Finally I said, What the hell you look at that she said without missing a beat. Not much. Uh and they and they got married 25 years of marriage. Happy together. Oh, how funny. That's adorable. That's very similar to Lou. In my situation. I was just like you know what his problem was. He kept trying to Order in accents. He's very good at, like making and mimicking. Yeah, and I was just like, all right, you got to knock it off. Stop it. I'm sitting right next to you. I know that you're not from India. He was trying to impress you. Well, that totally went in the opposite direction. Look, now you're married almost almost 40 years. And nobody's dead. Nobody's dead from the 9 to 0. I have a friend that I met in high school. We did not get along. Back then I would poker in the back in class and irritate her because she irritated me. One day she turned around and said, You poked me in the back one more time. I'm going to flip something off and shove them down your throat. That's seven or eight years after high school, we ran into each other started talking about it turned into pretty good friends ever since. And we've been out of high school for over 30 years. That's kind of Harry met Sally. It really is. It really is. Good morning, Jane and Carol from the 262. I just want to pipe in and say that I have the same best friends that I've had since high school. I'm 45. I met them at a tumultuous time in my life and things are things are good now. Well, that's great. I mean, I I have friends from Oh, we have to break No, we're going to go to Carol, who's on the phone? Good morning, Carol Carol. Hi. How are you? Good. How are you? Good. Good. Um, I have a story about my friend. Patrician II are besties right now, like practically sisters, and how we met is My dad. Our dads. Actually, my dad was a Marine vet and her dad was an army vet. And we hadn't known each other. We had put my dad in an assisted living. And they shared a room. And Tony. Her dad did not speak. And but it was so cute. They would salute each other every morning. Oh, and and, um, so one day and we respect the rooms were separated by just a curtain. And when we came to visit, I never did see Tony's family, but we got to love Tony. And one day I had to come and give my dad some bad news about my mother who had dementia and I was crying. And all of a sudden this woman comes from behind the curtain and just comes up to me and just grabs me and just Oh, I'm falling. I'm balling into the strangers shoulders. And we've been best and we found out then later on that we have so much in common, and we just hit it off. We're like sisters now, and we always feel like our dads gave us that they both passed. And that was their final gift to us, which is just so what a sweet story. It really is. Carol. That's that's just lovely, and I'm I can see both of your dad's looking down and smiling and just being so happy that you have each other now. Oh, my gosh. Yes, yes. Yes. I mean, that It was just such a It was just such a great way to meet her. And and, uh, yeah. So we've been besties ever since. So I just thought I wanted to share that. Awesome. Thank you. Thank you so much. Carol for checking in. We've got news coming up. We're going to break approaching 9 27. We are Jane and Carol in the morning. I haven't tripped over there yet on Wtmj More of the Steve Scarpitti Show Next on Wtmj Jean, I'm so excited that West Bend Insurance is sending people to the Packer games again this year. The two Brian and Can.

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"bmo" Discussed on With Whit

With Whit

04:38 min | 9 months ago

"bmo" Discussed on With Whit

"Well i wanna transition into talking about boom. Oh something that. We're obviously both so passionate about. And i just want you to tell everyone in case they haven't heard about what it is like where the idea came from and what it is and what's going on with it right now because there's so much exciting stuff going on with an. Yeah thank you. So bouma wasn't idea that. I had when i first became a mom. I you know i always prided myself as a working woman and i told myself once i have a kid. Things are not going to change. I'm still going to just be a driven career woman. I'm going to be an awesome present parent. And then of course i had my first daughter and i was like holy crap like what is this like. I did not sign up for this. How come i feel like such a shitty parent. How come. I can barely get any work done. And when i do get my work done. I feel guilty about getting my work done. Because i'm not being a present parent. And so i felt like i had to choose one or the other like it's either. I'm a career woman or it's either a fulltime mom. I thought that was unfair. So i went out there and sort of looking for places where i could be co located with. My daughter cycle work out of there while finding care. Simple right you you would think. Oh yeah like. Some co working space would have that ray but to my surprise there were none. That had it to the full extent that i wanted to that there is a few places like the wing where they had childcare. But it's not fully licensed childcare which means that when you don't have the full license and by the way it's pretty hard to get unless you're that is part of your kind of build out plan because there's a lot of little things that you have to build an order to fully licensed then you cannot legally changes child sniper. You cannot legally feed them. You cannot legally nap them. And they can't be on site for more than three hours so for me as like okay like this says equivalent to maybe like a gym gym babysitting club type of situation rate and even though it's better than no childcare at all i it's not a long term solution for a working woman like me. What if i needed to do a full day of work from nine. Am.

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"bmo" Discussed on With Whit

With Whit

04:32 min | 9 months ago

"bmo" Discussed on With Whit

"It could be literally anything and it immediately calms me down. I used to read at night because it relax me. But then i i put myself to sleep by reading because i don't know it just like relaxes me but in the morning yeah it calms my anxiousness down and so i start off that way and then kind of going into the question of how do i deal with things that i don't wanna do. There's always going to be things. That are on my list. Where i committed to and i'm like oh why did i commit to that but i am learning especially in this season of changed my life that i'm fully responsible if i said yesterday something that i don't wanna do that's on me and so i'm a lot more intuitive now from the beginning from the start like i know myself at this point and i'm usually a yes sir right because i want to pleaser like i want to make everyone happy and so i'm a lot more aware now so honestly like i'm not the best texture because it takes me a while to think about things and instead of instead of being like yes i'll do it because that's usually what i naturally will do because i i just want to like get people on answer because i please everywhere. Yeah but now. I'll just look at it. I might ignore it for a day or two Sometimes a week. And then i'll be like oh. Yeah oh yeah yeah i. I don't think i could do it. And that's okay and like you have to give yourself permission to do that and not feel guilty about it. Yeah and allowing yourself to say no. I know we hear this all the time. But and this is the my life. I really been practicing that. And it's really really empowering when you are able to say no obviously still in a kind way like i'll never be an asshole being like. Oh hell no like. I don't like that you know. But i'm always gray no i i can't make it and that's it you don't have to give them a reason why you can't do it and that's just like the end of the day so i i've been less anxious because i'm saying yes to less things and i'm saying yeah no more now than ever before so i don't feel as anxious as i used to anymore because i used to look at my schedule and i'm like oh i don't want to do this. I don't want to do that. Why did i say yesterday. I feel like we're also very reactive now. You know reactive so much react because there's also so much impatience and you feel this like need to write back because you think other people expected of you and then all of a sudden you've committed to something and it's like that sometimes. The bad part about technology right is that this this need to respond without actually thinking about things and i just sometimes not the way to live. Yeah and sometimes. I have to put into perspective because for me when i don't hear back from someone and i asked them to do something. I honesty literally. Don't don't take it into offense at all. Because i'm like oh there that's probably them like saying no or maybe they're too busy or whatever and i'm yeah having a place in my life i feel okay with that you know so i'm like why can't i do that for myself. Like why do i feel so uncomfortable making other people way or not even answering when i can handle it when other people do it to me so right i've been practicing that a bit more with myself and now word from one of our brand partners. This episode is brought to you by bitty baby from american girl. Imaginative play is so so so important. I remember when i was young..

"bmo" Discussed on With Whit

With Whit

03:59 min | 9 months ago

"bmo" Discussed on With Whit

"A local luxury magazine. Yeah yeah yeah. And then i kind of worked my way up there to become the fashion director. And so that's how it all started for me and that was way before youtube instagram facebook and then went out when i was at john locks. That's when i discovered youtube and i was like Like maybe there's something here. Why don't i upload a video about like how to style scarf in like fifty different ways and it went viral overnight. And i was like what like what had understand how this is working. And and i just got hooked ray got done creating content and it was very similar to styling the whole process of mood boarding than point the clothes and like finding the right accessories and the shoes and then like seeing the end result was so gratifying to me and the same thing with creating video content. Was i thinking the idea mood boarding it and then like shooting at and filming it and then editing and finding the right music to set the mood and then the end result is people actually appreciating the work in the art that you've actually put out there and so it was obviously different but it was similar in that sense of ours able to be creative and put something that i really loved to an audience. That could appreciate it. and so. that's how i actually got into chat transitioned over to digital. That's so interesting. I feel like. I only knew little nuggets of that but i love that whole story just because i feel like and you probably get this to so many of the people that are in my community. Wanna know how to get their foot in the door in the fashion industry. And i've always said it's just by like following these little gut feelings and these little positions that may be like. Don't pay much in that. You have the hustle but just like even not knowing exactly where you want to start just getting your foot into like one asset of the industry and just continuing to like work through it. I think that kind of experiences like the best way to just throw yourself into it all italy and you know for me. I knew i love fashion. But did i know exactly what i want to fashion. No like i say no clue. Yeah and i think that's how a lot of a lot of kids are They just want to get their foot in the door. Just start somewhere like you don't have to start where you think you're gonna end up that and you just have to start somewhere and you'll figure out the things that you love about things that you know that things that you're naturally good at the things that you're naturally not good and you'll figure it out along the way and you just have to be patient with yourself. Yeah and now word from one of our brand partners. So if you've been listening for a little while you know that i have been loving elements forever and i'm actually working with them. So it's really excited for me to work for brand that so easy to talk about. Because i just love elements they are the number one luxury british skin care brand that believes in quote truth and beauty..

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"bmo" Discussed on With Whit

With Whit

05:52 min | 9 months ago

"bmo" Discussed on With Whit

"Hey guys. I'm whitney port and this with with a lot of you may know me from reality. Tv and the reality is a lot's happened since the hills with the which is dedicated to having real raw and occasionally ridiculous conversations with the people who have had a profound impact on me life changing life changing people because on with web very little off limits. i'm so grateful to be connected with so many empowering and talented women this industry. I i went into this podcast interview feeling overwhelmed and really ready for my vacation last week. I know that sounds brady. But it's true. And i always want to be real with you however i walked away so inspired and driven to make adjustments in daily work and personal life l. Limb is considered one of the pioneers and digital fashion content. Starting her youtube channel and website there chris. l. factor in two thousand eleven from her college dorm room. We talk about the reality that creating unique content every day is a lot to ask and we need to be okay with the fact that there are lulls and inspiration. Additionally discussed the power of slowing down not being reactionary and saying no to the constant ads from others..

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Costco is testing out curbside pickup for groceries

Rush Limbaugh

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Costco is testing out curbside pickup for groceries

"Another retailer launching new pickup options. Costco has started curbside pickup for the first time. The test market is Albuquerque where three locations air trying it, the company says. So far it's going well. People are ordering more than expected, and now Costco is trying to figure out how to be more efficient at it. Analysts it BMO Capital markets see the possibility For a super premium sized pickup membership, which could be huge for Costco. Costco's competitors. BJ's wholesale successfully launched curbside pickup last year and has continued to invest in the

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"bmo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"bmo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The US Treasury yields are slightly higher with a 10 years about 0.79%. On the commodities front. W T I oil it is higher now trades above $40 per barrel and gold is up modestly at about $1920 an ounce. Let's get some more color on the equity markets with Bloomberg stocks editor Dave Wilson Day What you looking at this morning? Well, you mentioned that NASDAQ slower Pole on one reason. Apple off half a percent in early trading. The iPhone maker stop selling headphones and wireless speakers made by others as it prepares to unveil new audio products Now Cos affected by Apple's move our Laura's well. Switzerland's logic Tech International is down 6% in US training. And so no space here in us is off 5% inventing, although higher by 1.5% CEO Jensen Wang outlined the chipmaker strategy yesterday in a speech at its annual Technology conference in response. Alice raise share price estimates at BMO Capital Markets J. P. Morgan Oppenheimer and Wedbush Fighters up one half percent. European Union regulators started an early review of a covert 19 vaccine that the drug maker is developing with Germany's bio in tech. The move may speed up the decision making and approval process. How violent tech is higher by 9% in US trading Alexey on pharmaceuticals up 2.5%. The drug made plans to raise this year's revenue forecast by more than $200 million when it post third quarter results now then increased work out to about 3.5% election. Also four case annual sales growth of atleast 10% 2025 beyond a couple of analyst calls of note Kage ends up 2%, the provider of covert 19 tests received a buy rating at Bank of America, which had been neutral in the stock and advance all the parts of 2.5%. The retailer was raised equipment by from neutral at J. P. Morgan paychecks hired by about half a percent. The payroll processors, earnings and revenue for the fiscal first quarter. Beat the average analyst estimates in a Bloomberg survey and alter Ricks up 24%. The company makes data analysis software. They raised their third quarter revenue estimates by about 12% and named director Mark Anderson to succeed cofounder Dean Stecher as CEO. I advance one biotherapeutics, on the other hand down 22 a half percent. The jug of Ember said It doesn't expect a foul for US approval of a cancer therapy this year. I haven't said it has yet to agree with regulators on tools for gauging the drug's effectiveness and we have a blank cheque deal of the day, Social capital headed Sofia three They agreed to buy a startup health insurer clothe her health investments. The deal values clover at $3.7 billion, including debt and the social capital headed Cynthia three. Is down, 10 half. Where is this? Heading? This is all original. I don't get it. I'm sure 42.85% of our listeners Don't get David and Paul, Where is this unique? Disclosure process Having Well, I mean, we've just seen a whole lot of these blank check Cos special purpose acquisition cos their spats being set up this year. You've got a record pace in terms of the amount that's been raised. And so you've got all these companies that are coming public. Like I said, This is number three for this particular group. Now the first social capital headed Sofia. But Virgin Galactic the second one is buying a realestate. Ah related company called Open Door, So you know they keep going back to the well, they keep finding targets. David. Thank you so much really appreciate the bluebird surveillance this morning. Punch about Conan Resident advisor Reassurance tax adapt to a new playing field in position your firm for growth, the business advisors from Cone resident they will help you move forward Visit Cone, Resnick. Dot com Features up seven Paul tell must talk about the Supreme Court of the United States. Today. It's the first day of the new term so that and they've got a lot of work ahead of them some big high profile cases, But probably the bigger issue is actually getting 1/9 member of to name to the court, and that is going to be a big big issue a political issue. Help us walk through everything. Otis. We welcome Kimberly Robinson's Gutenberg Law. Supreme Court reporter Kimberly Thanks so much for joining us here. Let's start with the actual composition of the court. Talk to us about how in this world of covert and covert cases in Hitting the White House and certain members of this Senate Congress. How will this confirmation proceed? What's the latest? Woke from the latest is really exactly what we've been hearing for the last two weeks. Republicans announced just yesterday that they plan to move forward with any Tony Barrett's confirmation hearing starting on October 12th. So it's full steam ahead. Despite the fact that we've seen two members of the Senate Judiciary Committee test positive for Cove it that's not going to affect these hearings were here. What are the Democrats sing as to these hearings and the timetable for the confirmation? Well, Democrats are saying that you know, not only said this wait until after the presidential election like he was saying in 2016, but that this covert situation makes things all the more important that they hold off on these hearings. The Senate Judiciary Committee, however, has been holding a remote hearings or Judges throughout this covert crisis. That's what Republicans say they're going to continue to do with the Supreme Court nomination March 20 for Washingtonpost, the senator from Ohio Rob Portman, along with Senator Durbin of Illinois, saying, We've got to do virtual. We're not going to get into the theater of the movie Lincoln that Daniel Day Lewis vehicle or anything we learned in history where Senators come out of their deathbed to vote..

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"bmo" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"bmo" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"7th. It's in partnership with BMO BMO Harris Bank, the Ideo Design company in Illinois Restaurant Association. Submissions will be accepted through September 7th an idea Angelo you some technical descriptions. They need technical description so they can actually see if they can Pull it off. So they want sketches, prototypes. Anything you come up with. I've been thinking about this and into block wind in Chicago is almost impossible. Yeah, but if you have some kind of partitions, you know something metal that can radiate heat. That's an actual, an idea. Heated, heated wall with maybe some built in. You know you have those those tall stand up heaters by built into a wall. Words like that, You know, maybe we need to get out of this chair. Because I want to do is come up with the design. We can sketch it down and give him some sort of Ah, untidy of how they can pull it off and if they could do it Well in five grand. I don't know they can afford our idea, though. Sounds expensive. Well, I don't know. I guess it could be because you know, we hard to pull that off, but I think it could be done relatively inexpensive. I don't know, but they're looking for ways to do it. I wonder look here in Texas. We don't have to worry about it because it's not going to get cold, too. What February. Maybe baby. Me and summer doesn't until Thanksgiving. Pretty much. Yeah. So outdoor dining in Texas Pretty much year round. Although I'll never forget Halloween of last year it was yes. Which is nice. One of the first Halloween. I can remember it being called cause I remember when I was younger and would go out and costumes. It was always so hot. Break a sweat. You're making hard. Yeah, hated by my makeup got ruined Once again, they're taking submissions for their winter design challenge through September. Seventh and you don't have to be a Chicago are Illinois resident. You just have to come up with an idea. Prototype sketches just something they can use to possibly build. Like charity, said the wall with the heaters inside would be amazing idea. And with the pandemic people want a wall around them anyways. Almost people well, yeah. Or you know, maybe we could do just individual little pods with those heaters in him. That way, you got social distancing and heaters. How many people are allowed in those pauses? Okay, Six. It's a social distancing and you know you don't have six people at a table. That's it. It might not be a bad idea. I just look, I'm glad that we don't have to worry about stuff like being able to eat outdoor during the winter here in Texas, because if you've ever been in Chicago, I never been in the wintertime. But I have been in the summertime if you like. If you're there in the winter time From what I understand, you've gotta watch out when you're coming around buildings Because you, Khun turn, you know, turn the corner and that wind is so cold. It will take your breath away. Yeah, Luckily, I'd like I said, never been there in the winter only in the summer. So there you go. Got that idea and sent it off to Chicago. They're looking for outdoor dining during the winter. We know how to do it here in Texas. We just don't have winter. I'm Jeff Sanely with Eiji Service company. Don't let your tell you when it's time to replace it. Call ages today for a free no obligation estimate on replacing no one should face a crisis alone. Reaching out can be hard, but with help comes hope,.

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NFLPA tells agents to inform players of virus risks

Golic & Wingo

03:05 min | 2 years ago

NFLPA tells agents to inform players of virus risks

"The NFL Players Association has instructed their player agents to talkto all of their clients about the Ricks risk factors that could make them more susceptible to severe illness as the result of the Corona virus and Among the things they talk about Mike in this letter players who may suffer from chronic kidney disease or COPD, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, right immune compromised state weakened immune system from solid organ transplant. Serious heart condition. Sickle cell disease type two diabetes. And then there's this one Mike, which is the first place I went when I saw this list. Ah, B m I r a body mass index. Of 30 or higher and let me be clear, according to the BM. If you have a body mass index of 30 hire your clinic are technically obese. Now. A lot of people would have some disputes with that, and I can understand why. But if you're talking about a B m E of 30 you have just described literally. Every single offensive lineman currently signed to a roster probably even go lesson that toe linebacker and or tight and I'll get to the heights and weights in a minute and understand when they had say all these things. It's not only the players, but remember, the NFL is not going to be in a bubble, so players are going to be going to practice. Flying two trips and then coming home to family. So again, you're going to be involved in, you know, are you single that may have have Ah say on if you're going to play You're married. You have young kids, You know that You're coming home to every day from practice or from runaway trip. So And what if some one of those kids you know if they have a weakened immune system, Do you want to take that chance? So this is not just the player himself, but also the family as well. But as Faras, the bm is now there are tons of charts author. I just kind of picked a chart that basically be, am I, you know Everybody understand. You know the height and your body weight your body Mass. So it gives you how how tall you are and the wait for your B and I, And there's a lot of discrepancy about there is soul. Listen, As I said, I picked up a chart. I'm sure people will tweeted ecological lingo, different charts. If you can't great because I'd like to see some different ones because some of them you look at our like, Wait a minute like the one I'm looking at right now. Says last I checked a six foot tall is 72 inches, Correct? Yes. Yeah, Okay. Just wanted to make sure that your question is good If you're six foot tall and you weigh £221 You are right at 30 bmo. You're right at the obese, which is ridiculous. If you're and then just keep going up because you start look at tight ends. Linebackers. Obviously, offensive lineman. They're usually that you know, anywhere from six to toe got 68 Let's go to like 65 Okay, six foot five. Or 64 76 inches, 64 If you weigh £246. That's beyond my 30. According to this chart, you are considered a

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Rolling Stones threaten to sue Trump over using their songs

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Rolling Stones threaten to sue Trump over using their songs

"Threatening threatening President President Trump Trump with with legal legal action action for for using using their their songs songs at at his his rallies, rallies, despite cease and desist orders more from AP correspondent Charles Dallas says my eyes rally in Tulsa earlier this month. President Trump walked off the stage, as he usually does at campaign events to the strains of the Rolling Stones, 1969 classic. You can't always get what you want. The stones say in a statement. Their legal team is working with music rights organization BMO to stop use of their material in Trump's reelection campaign, the statement says. If the president disregards the exclusion and persists, then he will face a lawsuit for breaking the embargo on playing music That's not being license. Always good man has complained during Trump's 2016 campaign about the use of their music to fire up his conservative base at rallies. Charles Gilad asthma London.

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Coronavirus hits another big downtown Chicago office complex for second time in three days

Roe Conn

00:13 sec | 2 years ago

Coronavirus hits another big downtown Chicago office complex for second time in three days

"The corona viruses hit another big downtown Chicago office complex an employee in the three building BMO Harris bank offices in the west loop has now tested positive an employee of one prudential plaza was confirmed to have the virus on Wednesday

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France confirms 2 coronavirus cases, 1st in Europe

Nightside with Dan Rea

01:10 min | 2 years ago

France confirms 2 coronavirus cases, 1st in Europe

"Oh one the first cases of the deadly coronavirus being reported in Europe three cases in France all having traveled to China two of the cases in Paris the other in Bordeaux and southwestern France two cases confirmed in the US China expanding its locked down to thirty six million people in an effort to curb the expansion of the virus tonight China reporting the number of new cases of the virus has increased to twelve hundred eighty seven the death toll has risen to forty one locally work being done to come up with a vaccine Cambridge based biotech company materna therapeutics working along with the national institutes of health research the virus chief medical officer at BMO darner tells acts we have been working hand in hand with the NIH national institutes of health to understand how to leverage this platform to design antigen antigen at that piece of the protein of the virus that your music will recognize so that we are ready in partnership with the right government bodies to react should the quicker and and I think that's why we work in such a prime position to to move quickly the work being done by scientists at the company's lab in

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"bmo" Discussed on Q95

Q95

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"bmo" Discussed on Q95

"Here's my question a friend of mine had to drive around to drive around with one of the very fine comedians one of the great comic writers of all time you don't drop ship well I know sure sure yeah yeah I do know eight talk like yeah well it's a that that was meant to be most hopes BMO field all right yeah so we have really want to know where that was SO def con yet he had to drive around email right and he would say it would have to drive for hours at a time because it was the longest two hours of his life he kinda kept waiting for him but okay Nemo step out of your from Chicago talking I don't okay Rick can you ask Eric if if did you know about you Eric is such a great guy that I don't think he'll share as well yeah red blooded we did Eric wouldn't say anything Leon Reynolds is here with us dad now you can say whatever he wants let me unless you're an if whenever you hear that day when he was here and he never pressed in my memory book of course I would know I don't never broke character he had the the whole get up at all the white suit and had everything any any but during the call during the commercial breaks are we talking relaxed last commercial break or talking about key westers on but something's semi normal at in he did he break do you remember no I remember talk soon but as hobbies and any and what he I told you before a match he would read it a hundred and fifty year old history so you would say I read all of the final word but wow okay enjoy Boston but my I don't remember he never did tell me skills.

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"bmo" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"bmo" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Twenty twelve at the BMO Harris Bradley center last played at summer fast in twenty ten the accolades are pouring in for the Packers after their twenty three to ten division clinching win over the Vikings on Monday Night Football victory propelled in large part by tenacious Green Bay defense but we saw the culmination of a deterrent to dispense starting to play better and better as the season has worn on horses the Packers win where he says the fact the Vikings were missing their top two running backs a love the Packers delight to go after Minnesota quarterback Kirk cousins rush the quarterback that your ultimate goal but you got you have to be aware of the run and they were aware of the run and played very well but they also have pressure on cousins on almost every throw logging five six in all while pitching a second half shot out Gee Miller WTMJ news and the space force giving people a glimpse into what is now the six branch of the military the space forces official website is now live last Friday president trump signed the twenty twenty national defense authorization act into law creating the six branch of the military so far the site features a section for frequently asked questions and the fact sheet there is now also a space force Facebook page which includes a promotional video commemorating the branches inception Monaco's are wrapped the ABC news Washington sports traffic and weather our next WTMJ news time floral three hot summer night lightning strike was this tree right through their bedroom wall fairly routine a wall that had board which is pretty hard wood or Chile the customers were okay but the headboard it wasn't until they called us we made.

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"bmo" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"bmo" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Huge venues for scammers they use fake consumer reviews to lower you with ads including used cars vacation rentals tickets to concerts and sporting events on social media ninety one percent of those surveyed failed to recognize fraudulent ads for the scams that they really are and fifty three percent lost money only eleven percent lose money through phone scams so be wary when your are surfing the web. also the SEC has several charges against seven team otherwise legitimate investment advisors over allegations that they failed to give their clients the cheapest mutual fund share classes possible there were seventy nine investment advisors were nailed back in March now seventeen more bill few associates car dial investment comprehensive capital equity services S. exponential Folger Nolan Fleming Douglas Henley and company hilltop securities I see advisory independent financial group investment partners IPG investment advisors Michigan adviser Saxony capital management and Wedbush securities all of them. have settled charges with the SEC for failing to give their clients the cheapest mutual funds possible so they could earn more fees meanwhile in New York six life insurance companies are going to pay one point eight million dollars because they violated state regulations involving the sale of the new Woody products companion life guardian northwestern mutual Penn mutual prudential and U. S. life all engaging in fraudulent activity according to New York regulators the FCC has find BMO Harris financial advisors thirty seven million dollars for putting clients in a more expensive investments that were earning more money for BMO advisors. BMO never disclosed it or disclose the conflict of interest the clients were experiencing. the list goes on and on the SEC.

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"bmo" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"bmo" Discussed on KTRH

"To new research from the better business bureau fin row and the Stanford center on longevity your more likely to get ripped off by an online ad then a robo call. Craigslist and eBay are huge venues for scammers they use fake consumer reviews to lure you with ads including used cars vacation rentals tickets to concerts and sporting events on social media ninety one percent of those surveyed failed to recognize fraudulent ads for the scams that they really are and fifty three percent lost money only eleven percent lose money through phone scams so be wary when your are surfing the web. also the SEC has several charges against seven team otherwise legitimate investment advisors over allegations that they failed to give their clients the cheapest mutual fund share classes possible there were seventy nine investment advisors were nailed back in March now seventeen more bill few associates park I'll investment comprehensive capital equity services S. exponential Folger Nolan Fleming Douglas Henley and company hilltop securities I see advisory independent financial group investment partners IPG investment advisors Michigan adviser Saxony capital management and Wedbush securities all of them. have settled charges with the SEC for failing to give their clients the cheapest mutual funds possible so they could earn more fees meanwhile in New York six life insurance companies are going to pay one point eight million dollars because they violated state regulations involving the sale of the new Woody products companion life guardian northwestern mutual Penn mutual prudential and U. S. life all engaging in fraudulent activity according to New York regulators the FCC has find BMO Harris financial advisors thirty seven million dollars for putting clients in a more expensive investments that were earning more money for BMO advisors. BMO never disclosed it or disclose the conflict of interest the clients were experiencing. the list goes on and on the SEC.

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"bmo" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"bmo" Discussed on 600 WREC

"To new research from the better business bureau fin row and the Stanford center on longevity your more likely to get ripped off by an online ad then a robo call. Craigslist and eBay are huge venues for scammers they use fake consumer reviews to lure you with ads including use cars vacation rentals tickets to concerts and sporting events on social media ninety one percent of those surveyed failed to recognize fraudulent ads for the scams that they really are and fifty three percent lost money only eleven percent lose money through phone scams so be wary when your are surfing the web. also the SEC has several charges against seven team otherwise legitimate investment advisors over allegations that they failed to give their clients the cheapest mutual fund share classes possible there were seventy nine investment advisors were nailed back in March now seventeen more bill few associates Carlisle investment comprehensive capital equity services S. exponential Folger Nolan Fleming Douglas Henley and company hilltop securities I see advisory independent financial group investment partners IPG investment advisors Michigan adviser Saxony capital management and Wedbush securities all of them. have settled charges with the SEC for failing to give their clients the cheapest mutual funds possible so they could earn more fees meanwhile in New York six life insurance companies are going to pay one point eight million dollars because they violated state regulations involving the sale of the new Woody products companion life guardian northwestern mutual Penn mutual prudential and U. S. life all engaging in fraudulent activity according to New York regulators the FCC has find BMO Harris financial advisors thirty seven million dollars for putting clients in a more expensive investments that were earning more money for BMO advisors. BMO never disclosed it or disclose the conflict of interest the clients were experiencing..

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"bmo" Discussed on Q95

Q95

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"bmo" Discussed on Q95

"Hearing him here's my question a friend of mine had to drive around to drive around with one of the very fine comedians one of the great comic writers of all time you know I'm talking well I know sure sure yeah yeah I do know eight talk like well it's a that that was meant to be most hopes BMO field all right so we really want to know where that was SO def con yet he had to drive around email right and he would say it would have to drive two hours at a time because it was the longest two hours of his life he kinda kept waiting for him but okay you know step out of your from Chicago talking can you ask Eric if if did you know but do it Eric is such a great guy that I don't think he'll share is low yeah red blooded we did Eric wouldn't say anything Leon Reynolds is here with us dad now you can say whatever he wants Leon was here and if you hear that day when he was here and he never pressed in my memory book of course I would know I don't never broke character he had the the whole get up at all the white suit they had everything any any but during the call during the commercial breaks are we talking relaxed last commercial break or talking about key westers on but something's semi normal and he did he break do you remember no I remember talk soon but as hobbies and.

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