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Fresh update on "barkin" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

01:10 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "barkin" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"More at IBKR dot com slash compare, so a very good rally occurring right now, Brian. Absolutely, right now we see the UK up 2.4% similar gains in Sydney, the Cosby is up 2.2% and just getting some market action with markets opening up in Taiwan and Singapore. The Thai X is up 1.9% and the straights times index up 1.4%. There are some reasons to be bullish here, not just that stocks are oversold or have been oversold. It was, by the way, the weakest equity performance over the first 9 months of the year since that same period in 1931, so that gives you an example or an idea of how much discounting had already happened. But also what happened in the UK last week spooked policymakers and it may be that central bankers would be more likely to go a little bit more slowly now to see what the impact is of the rate hikes they've made. And clearly, inflation is falling in the United States, shipping rates down globally rents down home prices down. Companies discounting prices now because they have seen demand fall. And that also helps the fed do its job. And finally, rates in the system are working. We're seeing economic data weigh in, the ISM's latest factory gauge was at a two year low. And all those bearish points that we heard about earlier, they haven't gone away either. So it is a very interesting debate. A couple of other notes, we had inflation in Tokyo accelerating for a fourth month. Consumer prices excluding fresh food, up 2.8% in the capital in September. That's the fastest pace since 1992. It makes it more difficult for the BOJ to explain the need for monetary easing, although many people argue that it has been dollar strength and thus a lot of yen weakness that is causing inflation in to a certain degree in Japan. All right, that's a quick rap of the markets. We have yields down the dollar down as well, and we'll do it again in 15 minutes. Juliet. Well, the fed should consider stepping its tightening, stopping its tightening campaign in November. This is the view from Eddie R denier market veteran who coined terms like fed model and Bond vigilante. And yet he spoke earlier with Bloomberg. I'm totally stumped mystified surprise that fed officials don't seem to acknowledge that just focusing on the fed funds rate as part of the monetary tightening cycle is a mistake when you also have QT two and you have a soaring dollar. These are very restrictive monetary developments. I think they got one more rate high coming in in November and that'll be it because the financial stability issue will pop up as primary concern. Yet, and he said recent market tumult reflected concerns that an aggressive fed would thrust the economy into a serious recession. He added that a hard landing isn't currently in his economic forecast and sees a growth recession continuing through year end. Some people listening to the Ardennes comments would not be so receptive to those comments. New York fed president John Williams, for instance, said the fed has yet to hi rakes to levels that are restricting economic growth and that tightening still has a significant way to go. Atlanta fed chief Rafael bostick said that a fundamental shift in global sourcing strategies is creating more pressure. Elevated inflation today is the most pressing issue facing monetary policy makers. And by creating long-term upward price pressure then, secular shifts in supply chain management could present additional challenges for monetary policy makers during a period of already elevated inflation. In the meantime, Richmond fed president Thomas barkin said that a post pandemic economy could potentially lead to more inflationary headwinds. Those headwinds would require tighter monetary policy. He noted that geopolitical risk has changed energy availability and demographic trends are less favorable now than before. Barkin said firms may prioritize resilience over efficiency going forward. All right, coming up, we're going to speak to Andy capper and partner in co CIO at regent Atlantic capital, but it is 5 minutes pass here in time for global news

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"barkin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:06 min | 3 d ago

"barkin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Fed Tom barkin who was saying the key price pressures stoking growth in terms of inflationary pressures, they seem to be showing some sign of easing and also Charlie Evans the head of the Chicago fed was saying get this rates may need to plateau next year. In the bond market, we're seeing a move lower across the yield curve at ten year treasury now at 3.73% down about 5 basis points. Down industrial average meantime off 9 tenths of 1%, the S&P slumping by 6 tenths of 1% NASDAQ comp off three tenths of 1%. I'm Doug Krishna that your Bloomberg business flush. Thank you so much for that update Doug Krishna really do appreciate it. I don't know if all of you and our listeners are on Twitter the same way that I am. But something crossed this morning that really caught my attention. Ed young, who is a science writer at the Atlantic. He gained a lot of popularity throughout the pandemic. He tweeted this morning that he's taking a 6 month sabbatical starting right now. He said that the three past three years have been the most professionally meaningful of my life, but they've also deeply broken me. The pandemic is an over but I think after a long time spent staring into the sun, I need to blink. This guy won the Pulitzer Prize in 2021 for explanatory journalism. He's got a book out, a recent book out. A lot of people turned him during the pandemic. And he also covered a lot of healthcare workers who burned out during that time as well. It's something that he wrote about in his tweet thread earlier today. So mega go, go, go. Well, this is something we want to talk about burnout. And with us is doctor Ian Las Vader. He's back with us. Clinical Professor of medicine at NYU langone on the phone in New York City and doctor Les Peter, nice to have you back here on Bloomberg. And I know you've been looking at some research out of the Mayo Clinic. First of all, have you felt burnout over the last few years? You know, many, I see patients with more burnout due to COVID and home restriction in the market gyrations, work issues. But we're really seeing it in physicians. And I agree, I definitely feel I experienced some element of that. And there are a lot of reasons for doctors, obviously, to stay engaged and enthusiastic. The risk of medical errors is very important. And there are really a lot of reasons that go into that. Many of them are administrative duties, charting and administrative issues. Things that don't really focus on patient care. But we're seeing more and more doctors with us. And as Tim said, there are articles both The New York Times just yesterday. From Mayo Clinic, various research that show really two thirds of doctors have at least one symptom of burnet and we're also seeing this in medical students and obviously in nurses as well. You guys just all got to do what my dentist does. I went to the dentist this morning. And he wasn't there. I had a different dentist. And I said, oh, where's the dentist? And he said, oh, he doesn't work on Fridays. He's placed golf. You're exactly a balance is important. I'm not wrong here. I'm kind of joking, but I'm not really joking. You're not wrong. You're not. Part of the issue is can you do that? Does your employer or does your practice allow you to do that? And that's not always the case. So burnout, we really think of as emotional physical exhaustion, fatigue, depersonalization where you seem to care less about the job, the patients you vent about working conditions and as a result of that, you're a less efficient, less efficacious doctor, you're not as focused on making a difference. And as a result, there are concerns about safety, testing and so forth. And a lot of doctors, unfortunately, spend much of their time getting approval for testing. You feel the patient needs a cat scan. You have to speak to the insurance company and get approval for that. So there are many obstacles besides dealing with COVID in the emergency room that intensity of very sick patients, the ICU doctors have a very high level of burnout with patient. Mortality that's gone up with COVID fortunately, those numbers are improving now. Doctor lustbader a lot of the stuff that you described to me in terms of the tasks that doctors have to do that they weren't necessarily trained for in medical school. Ordering things and dealing with insurance, these certain procedures. Are those things that can be disrupted by technology? I mean, does technology offer any hope for this? Yes, I do think that with AI and with more support, hopefully technology will improve a lot of that. Right now, a lot of it is physical labor where you're documenting or typing or dictating charts or being on the phone to get things approved. I agree with you. I think technology can make a difference, but we need the vendors of these electronic medical records to be engaged with that to say, hey, this is one of the needs that we have to address. Previously, a lot of it was documentation about patient issues and it's important technology has helped us. We have checklists now in terms of what screening tests need to be done. What vaccines need to be done. Right. So the dashboard you're looking at at the computer every day is like a 7 47. A lot of data coming at you and you need to be sharp to deal with it. Hey, Ian, just about 30 seconds left year. So how do we make sure that our doctors that we go to and maybe are doing procedures for us aren't burned out? Is there a question we should ask as a patient? Gosh, you know, you can ask that question. Are you taking time for yourself? Do you feel that you have a bit of balance? Have you had a good night's sleep? I think it's nice. It shows tearing and hopefully the doctor is aware of that and tries to get a bit of balance, do more leadership, get flexible hours, hopefully they can do it. But it's good that to make people just more aware of it, including the doctors themselves. My dad used to have a check when he was going to surgery and being wheeled. And he's like, okay, so what are we operating on? Is it the right or the he would have them confirm it before they would go in with that? Doctor Ian Las Bader have a great weekend. Clinical Professor of medicine at NYU langone medical center on the phone in New York City. Well, let's see. I like that. Let's

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Fresh update on "barkin" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

03:07 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "barkin" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"Brian? Up a half a percent for the ASX 200 slow start there, so we see how that develops. It looks like it's going to be a monster day in Asia. After a very strong rally on Wall Street, where the S&P 500 finished up 2.6% 92 points, 36 78 and just interestingly back up above the June lows of 36 66. The Dow up 2.7%, the NASDAQ up 2.3%. But the first 9 months were pretty rough on Wall Street. It was the worst performance during those first three quarters in a year since 1931. So you had people back in buying. A lot of that was due to oversold conditions. We had 97% of shares in the S&P 500 in the green today. The factors at play, those oversold conditions, along with extreme pessimism and low fund positioning, a very aggressive Federal Reserve. But today we had some bad news in economic data. So on that kind of thinking, bad news is good news. The ISM's factory gauge suggested the economy could be faltering, and that with falling inflation inputs, everything from shipping costs lower rents down and even selling prices of homes moving down month on month. It sort of puts the fed maybe into a possibly less aggressive position. So people went in and bought stocks. But that said, the fed bank of New York president John Williams came out with some tough comments and we'll get you those in just a moment. Matt maley represented the views of many at mail Miller tayback saying that they still see lower lows before the ultimate bottom is reached in this bear market. Let's take a look at some of the numbers for Asia. We see Hangzhou index futures up one and a half percent, even though we won't trade today. It's one of the two tomb sweeping holidays today. And no trading in China, it's the whole week off for the golden week holiday. And looking at S&P E minis moving up now about a tenth of a percent. The dollar was down, yields were down, yield on the ten year, 3.63%. Paul. Well, the fed should consider stopping its tightening campaign in November. This is the view from market veteran who coined terms like fed model and Bond vigilante. Spoke earlier with Bloomberg. I'm totally stumped mystified surprise that fed officials don't seem to acknowledge that just focusing on the fed funds rate as part of the monetary tightening cycle is a mistake when you also have QT two and you have a soaring dollar. These are very restrictive monetary developments. I think they got one more rate high coming in November and that'll be it because the financial stability issue will pop up as primary concern. Recent market turmoil reflected concerns that an aggressive fed would thrust the economy into a serious recession. He added that a hard landing isn't currently in his economic forecast and sees a growth recession continuing through year end. Brian. There will be those in jardin's audience that would not be receptive to those comments. New York fed president John Williams said the fed has yet to hike rates to levels that are restricting economic growth and that tightening still has a significant ways to go. Atlanta fed chief Raphael bostic added that a fundamental shift in global sourcing strategies creates more pressure. Elevated inflation today is the most pressing issue facing monetary policy makers. And by creating long-term upward price pressure then, secular shifts in supply chain management could present additional challenges for monetary policy makers during a period of already elevated inflation. In the meantime, Richmond fed president Thomas barkin said that a post pandemic economy could potentially lead to more inflationary headwinds. Edwin's that would require tighter monetary policy. He noted that geopolitical risk has changed energy availability and demographic trends are less favorable now. Barkan said that firms may prioritize resilience over efficiency going forward. 5 minutes past the honor now time for a check of global

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"barkin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:01 min | 3 weeks ago

"barkin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Chancellor Philip Hammond with his message for the new prime minister is trust. Johnny the markets this morning, dollar strength, it is pervasive prompting verbal intervention from Japan's government and China's most aggressive yuan fixing ever. So you are seeing the dollar up by four tenths of 1%. Now that is rippling through to the equity markets, Asian stocks, European futures, all on the downside along with the U.S. taking losses. 30 year treasury yield, that's the highest since 2014, a lot to unpack. Let's take it to Janet new she's the head of market analysis at brund dolphin. Janet, I want to get to the energy intervention in the UK and Philip Hammond's warning to Liz transfer the markets are watching. And if you look at the point, done 6% in August, rates are up 80%. The highest since 2014. When you look at this intervention in the market, do you believe that it's more of an inflation suppressant than fiscal irresponsibility? Where do you come down in the analysis? Thanks for having me. It is a very difficult situation because the government is they do not think that we are certainly going into a recession and Australian assets will also be negatively impacted and households will suffer businesses may go out of business. So it is very difficult. But on the other hand, we do feel that this in a certain way is not quite physically sustainable because we're talking about potentially 200 billion pounds worth of support and our compared to the pandemic, the UK spread about 300 billion pounds. So it's quite comparable and you're talking about adding 10% to the current 2.3 trillion deaths that you pay having. So we're talking about a significant increase in the budget deficit and also we are also having a very serious current account deficit problem. So very serious between deficit, which is not great for Sterling. It's not great for guilt. So this is quite problematic. And there's also more hazard problem because the government is literally watching. Liability and support. So I think that would be more helpful. I mean, as we speak, we're seeing the dollar ripples through the end and we see more losses. There's a red headline hitting the Bloomberg Dolly in now at a 144 25, so that is now a move by 1%. This is not over like a two three training sessions. This is intraday, I take you back to September 22, 1985, Janet, because when I see these dollar dislocations, it reminds me of that. Basically, you had the Plaza accord where the U.S. government sat down with counterparts in Europe and in Asia specifically Japan and agreed to depreciate because on a systemic level, it was starting to break a lot of things. Are we going to see something like that as we count down to the G 20 deliberations? More holistic approach to managing these currency disparities. Yeah, I think there are increasing signs that countries are worried about the dollar strength we're seeing very strong dollar at the moment. And we think that in the near term that should continue because we're talking about one of the largest currency basket is Euro and we are having significant uncertainty over the guests apply problem and it is going through we're going to see this continuing through the winter and perhaps the next few winter. So we're talking about huge uncertainty there. So Sterling as well, we have already covered lots of uncertainty over the physical sustainability of the UK government. So we're talking about prolonged dollar strength potentially. So I think government officials, they will have to come together to discuss what may happen or how they may do about it, but maybe they don't actually have a lot of solutions. I think central banks are very tight at the moment and so it is a very tough situation for everyone. Given the FX dislocations, how does that play into the equity story? Does it embolden the U.S. equity exposure or at any juncture? Do you think that the currency dilution for Europe and the UK make those equity markets appealing? Or what else has to happen on the FX side before you jump in long, long into the UK and Europe? Yeah, that relation has certainly terrible attractive for the Europe ex UK market. But I think because of the uncertainty of the guests, the situation where we're talking about unprecedented situation, there's really limited options that governments can do. So we're very cautious on that. We don't think it's the time to execute those equities yet. And especially in the chemicals, industrials, all those companies that are that will be very heavily impacted if there is our energy ration. And for UK assets, we don't think is the time yet because there is just this uncertainty over the physical situation. And I think there is a general sense of loss of confidence a bit in the UK access at the moment. We don't think it's the right time. And I think actually for the dollar strength, it is actually the inflationary for the U.S. economy at the time when many other economies are facing double digit inflation. So I think on that front is marginally more positive. Yeah. Pull you up. We had some comments from mister barkin, one of the key voices at the fed that he spoke to the FT, one of the lines is barking that rates must stay high until inflation is under control until inflation eases reels interest rates need to be above zero that's general biases towards moving more quickly. What do you think the feds action plan looks like until December 31 this year? Yeah, I think there's little doubt for everyone now that the

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Fresh update on "barkin" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

01:17 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "barkin" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"Canaccord Genuity to sell up to 15 million of stock and reported third quarter revenue that missed Wall Street estimates blue apron shares right now in the red, blue apron down 41.7%. I'm Charlie powder that is a Bloomberg business flash. Or something like that. I mean, there are other people that are like, it depends on if you add up all the Kardashians together. I mean, that other some of her sisters are worth more than a $1 billion. Yeah, I mean, they've figured out she's got her own plane. It's like a very expensive new plane. Let's get a business that doubled its valuation earlier this year. Yeah. She's getting into private equity. Did you see that? A few weeks ago? She's figuring it out. I would say. Former guy from Carlisle. Is it? Yeah. That's running it? Yeah, with Kim Kardashian. All right, the story that keeps on giving, all right, right now though, speaking of the story that keeps on giving, we have heard from so many fed speakers, we just talked about it, deep dive into what's going on with the dollar as a result of fed policy monetary policy here in the United States the implications of. So we wanted to talk a little bit more about a story that's on the Bloomberg and how we are beginning to maybe see cracks or early splintering when it comes to the fed message. So let's get to it. We got Craig Torres with us. Federal Reserve and U.S. economy reporter for Bloomberg news, Craig this afternoon joining us on the phone from Washington, D.C.. Craig, how far do we have to squint to read between the lines of what all of these fed speakers have been saying over the last week to actually find any sort of difference when it comes to the speed to peak rates. Not very far if you know what to look for. So I would say it's best represented by two people right now. On the one hand, Cleveland fed president Loretta master. Loretta thinks this is a very unusual and different environment where we've been above target for months and months, there's no sign of inflation relenting and sort of shifting down to the gradualism that we saw for many years in fed policy would be a huge mistake. In her own words, policies has to be asymmetric. In other words, being too tight is less costly than being too loose. On the other side, we heard from vice chair. I want to underscore that vice chair, lael brainard. And she said, well, let's not forget about lags. We've been running pretty hard here. Maybe it's time to start to be more data dependent and look around. That's kind of where the debate is right now. All right, so who's more important, mom or dad? No, I'm just kidding. But who's more important? I'm assuming Lil brainard, right? She's the number two at the fed. Well, you could say that, but remember in the, what's cool about this Carol is markets seem evenly split on this view, right? They have like two and a half hikes priced in. So they're not the weighing machine of the market is not giving more credence to one or the other, which I think is good. And second, remember the 2022 dots, we have 8 and 9. In terms of people wanting how many hikes they want for the rest of the year, not 8 or 9 hikes, but there's one group that wants a quarter point more than the first group. So, you know, it's a healthy debate. It's interesting. The debate could shift to based on the economic data we get this week, namely the change non farm payrolls that we see at the end of the week. Analysts are made by Bloomberg are still expecting a 265,000 person gain when it comes to those jobs. That's less than last month. Fewer than last month, 315 K, does any of this matter, Craig, if we get a blowout number in the jobs report? I think it matters. One thing that's just stunning is how. Resilient the U.S. economy is, right? It's held up pretty well. And the job market, I think, is being driven by the fact that we're going to be short on a secular basis. With regard to labor for a long time. And that story is about long COVID. It's about retirement and reduced immigration flows. Yeah. In terms of the longer growth impact, right? What comes, what happens on the other side of this? And how we recover after this fed rate cycle, right? That's kind of what you're getting to. I'm glad you mentioned that because we're just, I think everybody listening to us should pay attention to this. Tom barkin at the Richmond fed is out with a speech today. We're seeing it in other beneficials. We're starting to talk about the new secular. Secular order, not cyclical. What is the world we're going to have post COVID? And it may be a world where inflation forces are a bit higher because we don't have abundant energy. Globalization is disrupted and labor supply is more limited. This, okay. Okay. Carol just put her hands up I don't know if you saw on YouTube. She was just like, put her hands up like she's like, I've been saying this people. No, no, no, no. People much smarter than me, but the story that we did on Friday about the Cambridge professor, it was by the Bloomberg opinion piece. Bluebird opinion piece, and it basically that the earth does not have an endless amount of resources. So if we think growth is just going to kind of constantly come from Tapping earth. Buchanan was our guest on. Mark Buchanan, we're crazy. And we need to rethink and I agree that I love what you said, this new secular order. Life has got to be different with these big right Craig, macro issues, the shift off of fossil fuel. The shift because of the impact of climate change. I mean, look, we're talking about food shortages. I agree, like these higher costs that maybe are staying with us. It's different post pandemic. Yeah, now I don't want to be sorry, I'm like a little crazy. No, I don't want to be malthusian and say, okay, everybody stop having children because the planet's resources are limited. They is technology and innovation. And so. It takes years. That'll take like 15 years before we figure out how to get away from carbon, maybe longer. I don't know. But in the near term, I think the big issue for the fed is labor supply. It just doesn't look like it's coming back. All that, if you look at labor force and participation, low slow climb. Right. And I don't know what it is. You know, what do you get? Let's not say these are lazy people, okay? I don't like that. No, I'm not sure why they're not coming back, but something's going on. What do you guys think? Craig, I don't know. We scratch our heads and you're gonna have to come back and continue because we've got to unfortunately go off to news, but I agree. I don't know. We scratch our heads constantly when we try to figure out why aren't people coming back to the labor market? A big thank you to Craig Torres for joining us from Washington, D.C.. Let's stay in Washington D.C. at the world of national news with Nancy Lyons and ants. Thanks, Tim. President Biden is in Puerto Rico where he's committing millions to strengthen the island's resilience to flooding. We have to ensure that when the next hurricane strikes Puerto Rico is ready. Today, I'm announcing more than $60 million in funding to help coastal areas in Puerto Rico. Become better prepared for the store

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"barkin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 2 months ago

"barkin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Year over year, a broad based increase in the largest in 40 years. June's reading could be even higher based on a survey of Wall Street economists. At the same time, Bloomberg economics as today's report will be balanced by recent evidence that inflation as well as economic growth may be moderating. The Federal Reserve is expected to keep raising interest rates to contain inflation by tempering economic growth. Vinny del giudice Bloomberg daybreak. Okay, Vinnie, thank you. Meantime, the International Monetary Fund cut. It's month old growth projections for the U.S. economy. It's warning a broad based surge in inflation poses systemic risks to both the U.S. and the global economy. And Federal Reserve bank of Richmond president Thomas barkin says the fed's top priority is to curb inflation. The fed's tools work over time. So I expect inflation to come down, but not immediately, not suddenly, and not predictably. I'd expect inflation to bounce around on its way back to our target. And these significant oscillations are going to take time to dampen. Richmond, fed president Thomas barkin says the right policy is to cool inflation without causing a significant economic downturn. Well, higher gas and oil prices have contributed to the inflation spike Karen this morning, crude is up following yesterday's decline, checking prices now, nymex crews up 6 tenths percent or 59 cents at $96 45 cents a barrel, Brent is at a $100 two cents. Well, incorporate new snake and Twitter's escalating its battle with Elon Musk and Bloomberg should need a young joint life with more good morning Renee. Good morning Karen, Twitter is suing Elon Musk after he abandoned his $44 billion takeover bid. The company is accusing him of having buyer's remorse after his fortune declined. Now the lawsuit says that Twitter has bent over backwards to provide Musk with the information he's requested. He's disputed Twitter's claims that less than 5% of its users are bots and wanted more proof. This filing is set up what will be a closely watched battle in the Delaware court system. Live in New York, I'm ranita young Bloomberg, daybreak. All right, we need to thank you. That's the 5 things that you need

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"barkin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:33 min | 3 months ago

"barkin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In on the Asian trading session with Bloomberg's Brian Curtis Brian. Yes, Juliet the rallies. They just don't last. That's one of the issues. So we're seeing most of the rallies that we thought we might get in Asia today come apart a little bit here. Right now, the nikkei is down slightly and you've got the Taiwan market opening down about 6 tenths of 1%. And we've had a little bit of weakness in Seoul all morning, the cost speed trading down 1.8%, a pardon me turning down 9 tenths of 1% here at the moment. So modest gains in Singapore is straight times index. It's just opened up about four tenths of a percent and we have the ASX in Sydney up about two tenths of a percent, but it's one of the issues you just need a little tough talk from a fed president like we got from Richmond fed president Thomas barkin saying the fed should raise rates as fast as it can without causing undue harm to the economy and to financial markets. So I don't know what that means, but presumably he's kind of in that camp where, as long as they can get away with it, they'd like to do 75 basis points. So it puts a little bit of a chill on markets. We'll get hanxi index futures trading in about 15 minutes right now, China futures are up. A tenth of 1%. Not too much happening in the bond market. We've got the yield on the tenure at three 27, oil one O 7 97 a barrel. Thanks, Brian. Well, there's certainly no shortage of market commentators warning of high risk of a recession here in the U.S.. One is nouriel roubini, the CEO of roubini macro associates. He told us earlier, he's expecting a recession by the end of the year. If you look at the

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"barkin" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

04:19 min | 10 months ago

"barkin" Discussed on The Big Picture

"A Christmas play. That's why you want to do the major out front. I do like shows at 5 p.m.. Swaddle that baby. Like, he's looking Jesus. Great. I had a backup pick an Oscar nominee that I could have done. And I needed to go with the apartment and I'm sure my dad would have understood, but my dad reminded me recently that diner is a Christmas movie. Oh, yeah. And that is the story that I've told several times and I reminded my father when he sat me down at the age of 7 to watch diner and as my dad put it, it didn't take. And it did not stop popcorn scene just kind of flew over it. He didn't really get it. Classic I'm 7 by myself. You cast yourself as Ellen Barkin in the world, the finger podcast. I know. I was gonna say other aspects of it did take, including my dad, you know, pushing the movies that I was probably too young for on me. And eventually I got interested. So I would have liked to include diner, but the apartment is one of the best movies ever made. So, sorry, dad. No mistakes there. Would you guys rather have L for trading places, trading places? 1000 times out of a thousand. Yeah, I was surprised that didn't happen. There was a bunch in comedy that I felt like I got like a little bit thrown off by lethal weapon still being there. I thought it was going to get picked earlier. Maybe I was wrong. But there was a few there. Nobody picked bad Santa. Yeah. Bets into it was on my list, too. Which I haven't seen in forever, but I remember loving it. Yeah, and then, you know, I actually quite like the night before the Seth Rogen underrated Chris movie for a couple of years back from 2015. So there's a few here. Yeah..

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"barkin" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"barkin" Discussed on Cinemavino

"So did I multiple like that probably handy to cheat on geometry, algebra with? Yeah. You know. And algebra. So played by Peter weller. Herbal cop wrote who, yeah, came to fame as the original OG RoboCop. Three years after this movie. Yeah. So this is the first thing I ever saw him in or like chronologically. I don't know I've never seen anything before this. So I don't know if he was anything, but this has got to be like his first big production. Pre, like you say, pre RoboCop. So basically it is an alien invasion film. You have the red electrodes who are kind of like a catcher's Mitt. Alien looking people crossed with French bread. Crossed with kind of, I don't know like old saddle leather. I just love the sentence lectroids from the tenth planet by way of 8th dimension. I love that entire sense. Yeah. It's kind of like they're cross streets, galactically. But so they're invading buck bands that basically has to thwart them. And also he develops technology that allows him to pass into the 8th dimension, which has a lot of interesting special effects there. There's a lot of interesting a lot of floating stock footage in there. Yeah. So it's pretty trippy. And he meets Ellen Barkin, who plays penny pretty. Yeah. And so she yeah, the excellent hearing, by the way, he can hear her in the middle. Wait a minute. Somebody crying is something in the audience during this talk show is crying. What's that line from the Samsung? And I was like a pig fainting. Yeah. Your birthday cake. That's amazing. Birthday. Yeah. And so, you know, she is the like a twin..

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Fed's Barkin Says Labor Market Hasn't Healed Enough to Taper Bond Buying

Bob Sirott

00:09 sec | 1 year ago

Fed's Barkin Says Labor Market Hasn't Healed Enough to Taper Bond Buying

"Reserve Bank of Richmond President Barkin says Fed is not yet ready to Taper Bond Buyer AIn't BUYING He says the labor market has not healed sufficiently in

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"barkin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"barkin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"If we can't get a trajectory higher off the back of numbers like this season. What takes us there if we can't get it to handle In the first half of the year. It's going to be very difficult to justify getting 10 year yields above 2% before the absolute end of the year, when the market starts seriously considering in pricing in tapering Meanwhile, Ian there is the supply demand dynamic John was mentioning. Earlier, HSBC came out, saying that there was likely to be a peak issuance when it came to Treasuries this year. Other estimates have it $2.7 trillion of net issuance for 2021 that it would slow their after. How much does this matter in terms of putting a support? On yields. Basically, that can't rise as much because the supply will come down versus allow the Fed to taper and reduce their participation in some of these auctions. I would argue that the bigger issues at play in the Treasury market really are the macro outlook not only domestically but globally that said on the margin. Curtailing supply will be that positive for Treasuries. It will limit how far too near you would come back up, and if we do get above 2%, it will put a limit on how long we stay there. That said the bigger numbers in terms of Treasury issuance on the Net issue inside are behind us. And if that was actually going to feed into the bond vigilante argument, we wouldn't be having a conversation right now. With 10 year yields at 1 65. We'd be having a conversation. Issue with tens closer to two and how so what would it take with respect to inflation data? If that is the main metric that's going to drive yields from here, What would you have to see to push yields higher than 2%? As you were saying, it's hard to see that the near term But one of the big issues that play at the moment is that the Fed is dismissing and his four dismissing any increase in inflation as transitory and as the market were spending a lot of time arguing about what the definition of transitory should actually be. From our perspective, it really comes down to what the feds says it is or is not. So to get you sustainably higher, we would need to hear the rhetoric from the Fed change to this is actually true cyclical infatuation. It's not transitory and is here to stay and that would recast the market's expectations For how quickly we move on to the next stage of the cycle. We're gonna leave it there, so it's good to catch up. But he said handling and that the beam out capital markets head of us right strategy on the recent communication with the federal serve. This came from the New York Fed President John Williams in the last 24. Asked later in the afternoon yesterday. My expectation is that once the price reversal, short run imbalances from the economy re opening of played out, inflation will come back to about 2% next year. They are willing to wait. Tom. That's the story here, isn't it for the federal serve the patients they are willing to wait to see if there are wrong, and if they are wrong, they're not going to find out potentially until year end to start of 22. That's this century. What Vice Check louder alluded to us on this program a couple of weeks back, too, and he's got a little bit of economic history on his side. Richard Clarida is extremely smart, as is Adam Posen is another name. John it knowing they're fed history and the Fed history is there always exposed. I know I sound like a broken record, but the answers they're gonna wait The questions John, which inflation index I would want. See Atlanta Sticky CP. I Syriza and also I'm for years I've adored the Cleveland Fed index, which is an adjusted core index. I know you like the Cleveland Fed index, too. Other interesting comment here from President Williams police who was also just the international aspect to this the global perspective. I hadn't heard that very often from Federal Reserve officials. Over the last several months, we sing a slow rollout of immunizations, emerging strength of a virus and more subdued repent in other parts of the world, this international context Is another reason why complete U. S recovery will take time to achieve And it's reality, right? I mean, the world is globally intertwined regardless of a more nationalistic kind of approach in the recent years, I do want to just say, though, on the front of inflation, picking up manufacturing data coming out what a production picks up that it all comes online. Demand declines. You could get this idea back to slow inflation features rolling over with 23 honey Houston peace and pushed down a half of 1% We roll over 0.55% into negative territory. Looking for 500 years come into a breaker 1 60 intense the 1 59. Just in the last couple of minutes, this market's turning more still to come from New York. This is going back. Now, the latest news from.

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"barkin" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"barkin" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

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"barkin" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"barkin" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

"Head perhaps too high expectation of their easy out of the box success and so what we saw was in and seeing today is sort of a somewhat of a retrenchment back to sort of again core principles and a bit more A bit more of a an informed sort of investigation of what these capabilities can do. And i had a discussion yesterday with somebody who said that. They've got a outcomes running on their call center. And it's i can't remember the words he used but basically it's a mess just it gets it wrong. It's it annoys the customer Turn your customers into guinea pigs when you try to use this stuff too quickly. And referring back to the first part of our discussion you want those customers. Happy not annoyed that there some sort of test subjects. And so you've gotta be really careful about which capabilities within this intelligent automation Toolkit you employ in us in building to your standard processes. Very interesting i. I wanted to talk about full disclosure. You and i are old friends and former colleagues from multiple decades back and you've had quite a journey since you and i were were at the same company. You've gone from consultant to To entrepreneur the impact you you the co founded organization symphony ventures That was which brought you to sykes nearly two years ago and I wonder if you could just talk a little. Bit of like sort of a threat or two that you would pull through Across your not not that you would have planned all that time ago for where you are. Now as a as a a chief executive of a of a billion dollar organization but What are some of the threads that you would highlight that you would that you think we're kind of critical for you across that journey. No peter this is exactly as i planned i when i was twenty years old. I put this executing it exact. Well wait for the next twenty years..

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"barkin" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"barkin" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

"We stuck to what we believe. Made any sort of Service relationship successful which was an emphasis on process. And so two understand what it is. You're inheriting how transformative best you could given the tools you had at the moment that served as the foundation of the the the core to our frameworks and our messing in the market. And and so. I think that's really what steers me through anything that i teach or anything that i write is an emphasis on fundamentals and foundational understandings of process. Why enterprise does what it does today. Why just because it's always done. It doesn't mean that it's That it's it's sacred or that it can't be challenged and transformed and rpa just became that next catalyst to question the the current state and a very powerful one now the the state of the industry that the way that adoption has occurred has been quite interesting. And i've got some feelings to their some of gun quite well. Some of it. I think could have gotten quite a bit better but but it really was shot in the arm to entire global to every enterprise every single enterprise now knows what rpi stands for is now adopting it in some cases too much of it in too many different flavors to many different places before they're truly ready but how exciting that it caught the imagination of of everybody in business became a a unifier between it and business that i think enterprises have always struggled with. It hasn't worked perfectly the those two. Those two groups are still oil in water. A bit by the but are a i think is is not dead. It is is as relevant as ever in the foundation to Organizational transformation will be for decades to come talk to forgive me for asking you a very broad question here but maybe you can provide a thumbnail sketch to at least simplify things You know our p. A machine learning artificial intelligence there elements of each of those that rhyme and maybe even one could argue maturity continuum that that goes from one to the next door or or leverages different aspects of of. What's within each of those in as somebody who's put some thought into an in taught courses on this in addition to leveraging the same for your businesses. Talk a little bit about that relationship if you would if i His funny reminded me of ago. i would. i would. Highlight all the charts that people put together that had sort of that that spectrum that would go from excel macro rose all the way up to a and i would argue that it is. It is no more a spectrum. There's there's no more of an evolutionary story here then a bike or a fish becoming bicycle because because they are so different. That more of fish doesn't make a bicycle in the same way that more of a A microsoft excel macro makes in. Rpa or more of an rpa makes a cognitive more of a cognitive. Makes an i..

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"barkin" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"barkin" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

"Mechanisms of how that's undertaken. I think it's particularly interesting. News sort of area that that organizations need to focus on in order to make sure that they continue to have Happy customers talk a bit about the ways in which that's brought to life certainly i I'll start by saying. I always got a kick out of the phrase data exhaust. It sounds dirty. Unfortunately it is. We need to find a better word that just means sort of on unutilized so much of what happens in enterprise in any engagement in any interaction a creates information. And that information isn't mind in some way then it's of dissipates into the air suppose like exhaust Doesn't necessarily hanging hanging the atmosphere destroying the ozone necessarily. But but if you're not using that information to understand something better or to redesign the way you do something then then it's effectively lost and so what we are privileged with frankly is is this amazing access to the most relevant interaction in touch points that i think any enterprise.

"barkin" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"barkin" Discussed on WDRC

"Inside. The cathedral boxes have been brown. I'm Mary course, Eddie and this is fault. I'm Ashleigh to bargain with the Fox celebrity profile with Backstreet Boys, Nick Carter. We spoke to him before his big reveal as the crocodile On season four of the mass singer. He is introducing new music and spoke about how he feels. It's important as an artist to bring joy to people, especially during challenging times. That's the thing you know, I need something that touches the heart brings a nostalgic feeling, you know, finding anything that we as artists, anything that we can gravitate towards and just pull from and then just kind of, like, use our voices. Toe live people out, especially during this holiday season. As for those new tunes, he says, they're fit for the festive season. I have a couple of really good songs that I think they're gonna fit right in was like the spirit of the holiday season. The will have been a nostalgia to it at the same time as the warm feeling. The father of two is also dedicating his time to Children who are battling cancer through the cure for the Kids Foundation. Pediatric cancer is It's a big thing. That's a big deal, and it's something that I just want to focus on. Especially as I have Children, actually, Barkin Fox News Friday Friday. Welcome to First Amendment Friday on the Lars Larson Show. Got it Today, Lloris puts you in the driver's seat You talk about what you want to talk about. Government is the problem. No topic is off limits. We will make America great again, 86. Hey, Lars. That's 866. Hey, Lars to speak your mind. No. First Amendment Friday with Lars Larson. You're listening to the best of the Lars Larson show. Welcome.

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"barkin" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"barkin" Discussed on WDRC

"It for everyone. Actually, Barkin Fox News. It's me your bathroom, medicine cabinet. I see you naked. Know how often you flog us watching, pluck and stately hairs? I can keep a secret. But you need to know your kids have been taking your prescriptions to get high. E couldn't keep it quiet because prescription drug abuse now causes more deaths than cocaine and heroin ODS combined. So please mind your meds for tips and safeguarding your meds in your family, visit the partnership for a drug free kids and drink free down or G'kar Fox on With the holiday season here, Facebook is urging its users to give back is the Corona virus Pandemic rages on in a block post. Facebook says that the social media site and photo sharing APP instagram have raised more than $100 million for covert 19 causes so far ahead of giving Tuesday On December 1st Facebook released a new tool that lets Users create and donate to holiday food drives and no match donations up to $7 million. The fundraising tools will also be available on Instagram. Facebook is also testing a way for people to create and share nonprofit fundraisers from within their feet. 100% of what is raised for nonprofits goes directly to the organization and will be securely processed by Facebook Pay, so donating the money is as easy as a few taps. Facebook is also launching drives. Community help feature that makes it easier to collect food, clothing and other necessities for people in need. Keep an eye on your Facebook feed as the details start popping up in the days to come with Fox on Tech, Brett Larson Fox News, Covert 19 stimulated more streamline services.

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"barkin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"barkin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Long term effects might be hitting college grads harder than most people graduating from college into this pandemic. They're really getting hammered, and that's because they would normally think I just spent all this money on a college degree and I should go into you know an entry level job that's gonna let me climb up the career ladder. I know I should be earning a pretty good wage. By the time I'm 30, and that's exactly the Half that gets disrupted. You can see in the types of jobs that are getting cut across the country Jobs. The young workers either go to after graduation or rely on to help them pay for college. I spoke with Richmond Fed President Tom Barkin about the impact he's seeing in the labor market. This virus has gone directly at the personal contact jobs. The restaurant's their retailers, their amusement parks, and those jobs are disproportionately held by Early people by part time people and importantly by young folks, can you give us a sense of how bad the jobless rate has gotten among young folks the overall job afraid it's been up about five for people between 16 and 24? It's been up almost double that. Long term fall out from that jobless rate could have massive implications for generations. E research from the Richmond Fed bears it out, pointing to a long term impact for workers in their early twenties. Our research team says that most of life outcomes in terms of wealth, you know, the biggest driver is where you said it age 23. And so if we can't get folks into the workforce in the school, paying for school, with their jobs in the workforce, by his point is a real threat to what's gonna happen to these folks throughout their career. When the pandemic hit the U. S unemployment rate shot up more than 10% points in a single month, nearly 15% of the workforce was unemployed. But when you break it down to workers age 16 to 19, the jobless rate soared to more than 30%..

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"barkin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"barkin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Barkin. Fox News Bullet points. I'm Evan Brown. Virginia officials have been boasting about their new gun control legislation, which is now on the books. And among that legislation is one of those controversial red flag laws, which gives power to law enforcement to confiscate firearms of a person. They feel is a danger to others or themselves. Well, police in one Virginia town just made the first use of that law in the Commonwealth. So it should be it happened in the city thinks the Winchester Where, according to the local paper, Police were alerted to a man expressing suicidal thoughts. They took him to a hospital and then to a judge who ordered the man give up three firearms he owns until at least January. Virginia is just one of 16 states with such laws, including Florida, which champion the idea of following the Parkland shootings. Critics say such laws run afoul of both the Second Amendment and due process. And those are your bullet points. I'm Evan Brown Fox News. I. Heart radio goes one on one with Jason Aldean asked what he would like his legacy to be hoped. The end of the day. I mean, there's guys that you know, I go back and listen to their albums. You still pull out albums and go listen to him, and I love him as much now as I ever did, you know, And I guess that's kind of what I'm hoping is that some day When this is all over for me, you know, there's some group of kids hanging out. You know what a farm somewhere bonfire going drinking some beer and cranking up my kind of party record singing every word, you know to me, That's Been cool. Obviously, Tio had the success we've had and and do everything we've done with the end of the day. 20 years from now, people still listen to the records. I mean, I think that's a testament to It's a great artist, a great record two great songs. And so I hope that's what happens. Keep listening to I heart radio for more Jason Aldean and all your favorite artists. Good afternoon. Welcome to the program, Vicki McKenna show. I'm Vicki McKenna. Here's what's coming up on the program. Changing.

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GOP congressman shares doctored video of disabled activist with Biden

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

GOP congressman shares doctored video of disabled activist with Biden

"Twitter has flagged a video as manipulative posted by House Minority Whip Steve Scalise. Now the video edits together an interview between Joe Biden and a disabled activist who speaks through computer voice assistance, making it sound as though he'd convinced Joe Biden to defund police departments. Biden has said he does not support the funding police. The activist 80 Barkin, says school East doctor the video and knows the disability community an apology. Scully spokeswoman says the video was condensed and that viewers were not misled.

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Who should replace Ellen?

Who? Weekly

08:22 min | 2 years ago

Who should replace Ellen?

"News is ongoing. Generous. Ongoing News that won't stop are one nemesis might be replaced by our other nemesis. On their talk show the Ellen show. Well, these are that this is them news, but I do feel like Ellen could be replaced with a WHO, if this all comes to fruition or like a WHO thinks so too person because I'm seeing a lot of people nominate various talk show e people although apparently the rumors are like James Corden is going to replace Ellen, but like he has a show so. That makes no sense to me on any. That's what blows my mind. Why he has eight hundred shows. He has just made another daily show like that doesn't make any sense to me at on. The also has carpool. Karaoke. And then he also has the cat sequel like he has plenty, oh. Yeah. Let's replace a supposedly nice person with another supposedly nice person like. Haven't. We learned anything from this thing. These people are Nice. They suck. I think always be wary of people who say their thing is being. I think the number, one person who should clearly replace Allen is Kiki Palmer. There's literally no. Better obvious. Getting a lot of a lot of traction and she showing up a lot of tweets because it's like she just had a talk show that got canceled for no reason on ABC. Well, it was like that one hour of Commerical Strahan. Michael? And Kiki Sarah? There was A. Third Sarah. Sarah. And Michael and Kiki It just give it to clean working it. Just everyone likes he. We Love Kiki. She's a great host. Who else do you think if if we're going if for skewing young? I think we to Kiki for skewing older, I think it should go to fucking the woman who should have gotten David Letterman, amy. Sedaris like give it to amy sedaris because people like her. She's silly. I don't know that, amy, the thing is I. Don't know that Amy Sarah's would want to do that I. Feel like. I don't need that. We're talking about this on the Patriot. If you WANNA. Go listen to that about how drew Barrymore also has daily, show a daytime show coming out, and I'm like who would want this job? Drew Barrymore wants this job since when like it's just to meal a a weird job that you wouldn't want that could turn you or probably. Turn you into a monster, right? Yes. but the to provide a context in case you've been under a rock people are like there. There have been the rumors for years and years and years, but specifically the past few months they've really you know the hit a critical mass and started being reported publicly like Ellen is an asshole to everyone. Ellen is an asshole. The people she works with Ellen makes people not talk to her ellen cruel. But now there are reports by like news and variety and insider that it wasn't just ellen being a to everyone and celebrities and not liking Ellen like being on Ellen show. It's that the executive producers were actually like being abusive like in sexually harassing the employees. So it's like a culture. Culture of toxicity. That is the sort of thing that I don't that Ellen is deciding up allegedly that she doesn't want to deal with anymore. So she's like this sucks like I just rather not do this anymore. Right. So but this rumor, this isn't this is in fact, this is rumor because people keep their keep going back and forth and saying some some sources say she's not leaving this show sums his sources as she's leaving the show. I. Can't imagine somebody as likely a annoyed with the whole situation who is known to be not a very nice person would want to continue to fake be nice and have to apologize and half to like kind of whatever because these rumors have been. Kind of like I for some reason I, keeping you Kevin Spacey Pre the abuse allegations like when everyone knew he was gay, but no one knew he was gay like it was weird thing where it was like if you knew, you knew if you didn't, you had no idea what be totally shocked it. Kind of feels like that type of Hollywood news where like everyone knew that Ellen was secretly mean except for Ellen fans who had no idea where living happily with ellen everyday of their life and like the show was wildly successful, right? very strange. A very strange thing. Do you think that this will happen because people are so bored in their craving, the Gospel, and then somebody just this is this is what I mean I, think it's I mean. It's a combination of a lot of things at one of is like the people finally speaking out about their employers. It's like finally like shutting down like the. The systemic issues and leg, not being corporate America and knowing that people will support them and believe them and believe them, and that like the media machine of Ellen isn't powerful enough to shut down. So many voices if enough come out and and we'll talk about it later in the episode, but it's like the it's similar to the. Vanessa. Morgan thing, it's it's shades of an ESA Morgan being like I'm going to speak up against the riverdale creators and the Riverdale producers because people are people are realizing that they can do that and they won't get like dumped on by the press or of their fans they will be seen as like heroes. But. It's also just like, I, Think Dakota Johnson had a tiny bit to do with it because Dakota Johnsons like Open crubaugh open open. Rudeness to Ellen SORTA. Gave People. I don't know permission to speak about rumors that she's an asshole more openly. They're like, it looks like that's what Dakota's referencing. So I didn't even know you liked me. Of course, I. Like you. You Knew I. Liked you. You've been on the show many times and don't I show like. But I did invite you and you didn't come. So this time you invited me, are you sure? How do you? I don't think. So ask everybody. Jonathan. Your producer. I was that, why didn't I go? I don't know that became a meme. You have people like Brad Garret and who else replied to him. Leah Tom's Tom's joins. She is mean she is. She. Yes. Now, I can't believe I just called the Thomson. So Deutsche US minor. That was obsessed the disease of this show right here. Yeah. Leah Thompson also respond to that and said Yep I mean, I just think that it's like no one was a true story note once you lose grip on the fear, you are the power you had over I mean, and it's funny because then you have scooter Braun coming out her being like Ellen is great. I. Love Allen is like so people still. Look at the people coming out and say L. Like scooters, hedging his bets at this, all go away and back to normal and Ellen will still be powerful and whatever, and then you have people speaking out i. just it's a fascinating reveal of a monolith almost kind of crumbling that you didn't think would ever. Be exposed like this. I didn't. It seems like Palmer is getting a lot of A lot of press over like a lot of tweets being could replace. Ellen is trending key Palmer got a lot. Tiffany haddish. Got A lot that woman who does the like trump impersonations? What's her name? Sarah? Cooper. She got a lot of people tweeting about her I mean, I think it's just bomber just someone who someone who actually. Got Some tweets booing reply Oh doodoo be from drag race also got A. Drag. Race. Got I. saw that. Yeah. But I think he palmer when you when you want someone who has like the resume as well like. You of don't WANNA, pick someone random like Sarah Cooper. As funny as she is on twitter, because like her her her skills as a as an interviewer, not proven whereas Kiki, Palmer is a link interviewer host. Yeah I mean I would say like the Ellen slots, big slot made we just move up the ladder. We get Kelly Clarkson in that slot. We get Drew Barrymore Kelly was and we get key. Palmer. Work. Curse, lot I know these are all people on different network. So it makes literally no sense but you. Better like we. We cannot confuse the audience. We must replace the Ellen show with someone named. Ellen. Ellen Ellen. Page's like don't look at me like another gay. Just like I will not I will. Zone POMPEO, she wouldn't do it. I. Don't I don't need Elon Pale. Ellen Page Ellen Popular, and Never Would Ellen Pompeo every interview Ellen Pao's ever done. It's been like I. Love Grey's Anatomy I. have nothing but free time like. She will never do that. You know who would do it. Who Ellen Barkin? Embark and all Ellen Barkin wants is a soapbox like did someone say soapbox?

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"barkin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"barkin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Got a lot of test sites around the state of Florida. The hospitals are all testing private companies that air testing. CBS is They're testing its true that more people are being tested, but the percentage of people testing positive is skyrocketing, especially here in Miami Dade County. And even though there's more testing people the drive up testing could take hours to do. I've seen cars lined up here in Miami Beach where I live, where I could take up to five hours to get your test on. And they are running out of tests early. I was there a few days ago and I saw people really frustrated because they were turned away before the cutoff time because they had run out of tests at the convention center. What are local leaders saying about the governor's messaging on the pandemic and his response overall? You're more likely to see a local official show up to a press conference with the mask on such as mayors, whereas Governor De Santis will come to press conferences without a mask on There is no state mask enforcement in place. But counties in South Florida do have them and the government. There's also some tension at the look between the local and state level on contact tracing on. They've been saying that the state isn't putting enough money towards it. But the state is saying there is enough money, so that's another problem We have going on. You just mentioned that there are major sporting events, including Major League Baseball games, scheduled to take place in Florida in the coming weeks, and the Republican Party's national convention is supposed to take place in Jacksonville next month. So what are health experts in Florida saying about this? Are they concerned? They are concerned as our residents in the Jacksonville area, asking the mayor to re consider hosting the RNC convention. They worry it's gonna lead to more hospitalizations and deaths. And while there will be testing on site, the mask mandate, and Jacksonville is not being enforced with penalties so far. That is Veronica's air. Go via health reporter from member station to be LR in Miami. Veronica. Thanks so much for joining us. Thanks so much Michelle to you. We're going to turn now to the upcoming presidential election. November 3rd is fast approaching, and many analysts are saying When the challenges facing the presumptive Democratic candidate, former vice President Joe Biden, is convincing progressives to get behind him. Last week, a task force appointed by Biden and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders issued a set of joint policy recommendations. Meant to unify moderate and progressive Democrats in support of Biden, but some progressive favorites like Medicare for all we're not on the list. This is where audio Barkin comes in. Barkin was diagnosed with a L S or Lou Gehrig's disease three years ago, just months after the birth of his first child. Ellis is an aggressive neurological disease, and the data suggests that bark unlikely has just a few more years ahead of him, so he has committed those years to fighting for health care reforms. He says, so no one has to struggle to keep up with insurance, paperwork and doctor's bills. The way he's had to Parkins activism has attracted a lot of attention from other progressive activist. He's currently collaborating with Nowthis news and crooked media on a serious of online interviews called Uncovered Healthcare Conversations with Body Barkin. He spoke of the health care workers, activists and patients about their experiences navigating the health care system, and in the lead up to the 2020 election, he sat down with many of the Democratic presidential candidates from Pete Buddha judge to Elizabeth Warren. This week. It was former vice President Biden's turn. It's no secret that I support Medicare for all. I don't and that I endorse the Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders in the primary. Both good people..

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Washington Redskins undergoing 'thorough review' of team name

Ben Shapiro

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Washington Redskins undergoing 'thorough review' of team name

"Of outcry over the Redskins name, the team is now doing a thorough review of the announcement about the review came a day after FedEx which sponsors the team's stadium as the team to change the name, majority owner Dan Snyder said in a statement today. The review process allows the team to take into account the history of the franchise and input from various stakeholders, including the organization and sponsors Joel Barkin with the Oneda, Indiana. Ations change the mascot campaign reacts Roger Goodell Wei oppose racism on all forms. When Roger Goodell states that then you have to be consistent than with that bugle will be held accountable for that. Prince George's County executive Angela Alsobrooks says in a statement of her own. The name review is a positive step in the right direction. And while

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"barkin" Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

The Jamie J Podcast

11:04 min | 2 years ago

"barkin" Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

"All right so it seems like a little bit of a crazy time starting to think about launching this new show right when we're in the midst of all this shit all this fucked up shit that's going on in the world but here's the thing if we can take control of that fucker right up there if we can absolutely go all in and say no. I'm GonNa tell you what the fuck is going on. I'm GonNa tell you what we've got to think when you take control of that because it's your mind it's all about the word you share. So what does the word? You're sharing right now. What are most you sharing? You know what fuck I am. Hearing fear fear fear fear fear. I'm afraid for this afraid for that. I'm afraid for all the shit that's going on right. Not Saying it's a bad thing right now because it sucks the world is kind of in a tough place right now. But I'm not going to allow this fucker. Go into that place of fear. Now what I'M GONNA do is. I'M GONNA take control of it and look for all those opportunities I've been doing. Some facebook lives lately with a couple amazing great guests and I'm looking to do even more. Which kind of funny is Friday? I got all juiced up. I got all jacked up and here I am going to launch it out there so I got a bunch attack. I got this going. I got that going. I launched. We go live and I totally fucked it up. And now here's the thing we talk about mindset and all that what could I have done? I could've beat the shit out of myself like I said man. This sucks you suck. You're terrible you're doing horrible but instead I thought is the opportunity you know what so. What so what so what? I don't get my life feet up there. I don't get to go live. But I get to take mic my co host on the live show. I take and promote his shit out there. See that's all it is. I told myself different story. I took command of this thing. That's going on up there. That's the number one thing that we've got to recognize right now in this world right we can be fearful. We can go lock ourselves away. Yeah I'm practicing the social distancing. I get that. I'm not cool. Cozying up to everyone like that. Get right in your face now. I'm taking the space. A making the space to be able to give that social distancing but at the same time. I don't see it as I can't do anything. I don't see it as man you know what I just gotTa get into my little Ziplock bag and shut the fuck up and not share anything out there. No now's the time to really get that out there to combat some of his garbage. That's going on these garbage fucking thoughts because if we follow the news. If that's all we did is all the news and had our death tracker up there. Oh my God book he said death. Yeah I did but I'm not worried about it because I'm not focused in on all those negative shit things that are happening. What I'm focused in on is all the amazingness that gets to come. Look at this look. At how fucking amazing it is out here now. I could sit in the house. I could sit in the office and do squat. I could sit on my ass. I could maybe create some. I don't know Shit for Instagram or this or that or whatever it is but I don't WanNa do that. I WanNa take full advantage of this beautiful world. There's no one around me. I'm not infecting anyone. I'm not infected myself and I count myself lucky for that. See there's UNMINED again finding the opportunities in the moment I don't have the covert and Oh my God. I'm so fucking thankful for it. It's all about our minds. We've got to control that soccer. We gotta get on it not to play into the fear the fear. What's that GONNA do? Let me tell you the fear is GonNa fuck with you. Fear is going to fuck with you and hold you back from living. That fear is GonNa get you in that mindset. Where you're not finding those ways where you can help out and you can make a difference for me getting this out here. Hey maybe it's just a small or maybe it's really a big thing because I can get this out and maybe I can make that impact in that one person's life to say you know what this is my time. This is my opportunity right many. You know that I'm a coach I do some I. I work with pretty amazing people out. There worked for one of the top coaching industries and the whole entire world and one of the things that I'm seeing people are getting caught up in that fear and that's why I wanNA share this out there. That's why I wanted to take this opportunity today and get something out there. That really counter ax. What the big thing is in the world. Look you can feel it. You can quite literally feel the difference in the world right now but we're going to. We're not going to succumb to that. We're not going to go to that place where we're getting sucked down where we're getting sucked off by that real negative thing because it's not about that we wanna go find those great opportune moment. This here this is a fucking opportune moment. If you're in your house if you're stuck there and I'm not saying for the people that have to be quarantined. That have to stay at home because hey you got to be home for fourteen days. Do that stay home right. Get better quarantine yourself for that fourteen days but afterwards get out temperatures. Not all that warm here. We're Celsius here. I'm filming up in Canada right now. I think the temperatures eleven twelve degrees but for me. This is fucking amazing. Why because I'm not stuck inside? I spend way too much time too much stuff inside and if that's all I did I would get into that mentality. That mindset of stock. I don't want to be stuck in. I don't want any of you to be stuck out there. All it takes is simple. Small little actions dog over there. That's Barkin way it's taken some actions to it's outside. It's probably taking a shit who knows what it's doing but nonetheless it's outside and it's having a little bit of fun. It's what you guys got to do right. Don't get stuck into this. Don't fall prey to that fear because when we do it has a profound effect on our bodies well we get into that fear mindset. It's going to bring all that stress onto us. It's actually GONNA fuck us up even worse. Some cases worse than Corona virus. The disease out there right now is listening to amazing doctor. Dr Pesic was listening to him today. He got on there and he talked about fear. Billions of people are falling ill to the fear that's happening. All that is is just a mindset thing. We gotta change that Shit. We've got to go out and do something different that interrupts that pattern of where we are. Tony Robbins. I was watching him. Today thing came up on success resources. Taking a look at him he was on with doctor. Dr Oz right so here he is. And what does he do? He gets on and he says to profound things things. I work with clients on all the time number one. Change Your physiology. If you're sitting there all stressed out all fucking sitting at your desk and frustrated and all that number one thing you can do stand the fuck up. Go do something different. Don't sit there in that same position and expect yourself to feel that you know empowered excited wonderful joyous way. If you want to feel that way you've got to get into the position that represents that feeling number two is your focus. My God fear fears all around us. Don't focus on fear focus on what you want. Focus on what it feels like after this shit is gone after the Shit is over. Because here's the thing. Psa PSA public service announcement. This thing isn't going to be here forever. Right this corona virus. We'RE NOT GONNA be stuck with it forever. We are going to get beyond it. We are going to get past it and when that time comes off fuck open up. But what I'm saying is if you're healthy if you're in that place you don't have to wait to get out to somewhere like this. You don't have to wait to get outside. You can go ahead and do it right now. There's something holding you back. Ask yourself that question. What's stopping me? What's really stopping me? Is it some sort of bullshit story? I'm telling myself here I am. I'm in a big city right. I'm in a big city. I can get out if I'm out in the country. I can get out no matter where I'm at. I can find someplace somewhere where I can. Socially distanced myself and I can be out there and enjoy this beautiful weather. The Earth everything. We're in spring right now. Things are springing up beautiful blossoms all over the place. It's fucking amazing. Don't let fear that has a hold on you prevent you from seeing all that beauty. Get out there go fucking enjoy. Go make your life a part of the amazing spring. That's happening consider this spring your life. Look things are changing. We're in the process of seeing something new. Come to life right now. Many of us. We don't know what it is but I'll tell you what don't wait for it. Go find it go discovered gold get out there and go live your fucking life so the other thing that gets me jazzed up as well is looking at some of these businesses who are going and making an impact right. That's a big game changer. Big Mindset Change. Your in itself. We can be those businesses at all. Well Shit. This is happening restaurants for example. I'm hearing about restaurants closing up what it is is. That's a mindset that I can't do anything that I'm a victim I'm a victim of my circumstance fucking innovate. This is your call. This is your call to action to go. Change some shit up. It's not about doing things. The same old same old now is the time. If you're a restaurant fuck can you deliver? Can you find a way that changes it up? Can you do something whereby you don't even have to have contact with these people that you can innovate your platform to have all your payments? Everything done online. What about families? Can you change some of your portion sizes? Can you up it so that instead of a one piece meal? It's a two or three or four piecemeal that's going to serve a whole family right. What else what extra value can you bring as? I've been coaching these last two weeks. Man All I talk about providing that massive fucking value not getting sucked into it of got one gentleman. They're amazing client of mine. He's in the auto auto industry sells cars right. And here he is. He's asking himself a question man. How can sell more cars? Right now. Shit's not selling I said. Well what if you ask yourself a different question? What if instead of saying? Hey how can I sell more cars? What if instead you ask the question? Hey how can I make a bigger difference? How can I contact? Some of my clients provide them ridiculous amounts of value hone in on that ridiculous amounts of value. How can I go provide those massive fucking chunks of value so that after this is all done? The clients are flocking to me. The clients are remembering who I was and the impact that I had during this tough time. Ask a different question. Get a fucking different answer. That's really the key right here. Why am I excited? Why am I just because it is about finding a different way my client? He found a different way by the time we got off the call. He was juicy was Jack. He couldn't wait to get off not that kind of get off. He couldn't wait to get off because he was ready to go do that action that he talked about he was ready to go. Make that massive difference and make that massive impact for his clients because he now saw the way it was a mindset shift right. Yeah I talked to him. I asked him to change that state. Change that mindset and definitely change what he was focusing on mindset matters most write that down take note of that mindset matters most. It's the key. It's absolutely everything that you need to know to get through this time. You know I've been saying a few things here in this episode about. Maybe it's a tough time. Maybe it's a shitty time and that's really a third part of the scenario. That's the third part of what puts this altogether because it doesn't have to be a shady time it can be a time of massive fucking opportunity. I am the Opportunity Guy. I'm the guy that's out there. All the time always talking about those opportunities now is the time the opportunity is right now. Go do something different. Here's the thing the world it's moved on the world has moved on from the way things were those of you out there in business. Who think you're going to go back to business.

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Fed's Barkin says it's time to let rate cuts work through economy

The Brookings Cafeteria

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Fed's Barkin says it's time to let rate cuts work through economy

"You might sort of say if interest rates rates are low. This is a great time to be doing some investments. And that's going to bring us right back to the bad news story that we talked about these structural issues right so we. We have structural problems. Were doing well on average but not everybody in the economy is doing well and this is a good time to be investing in our people and trying to do some policies that might help address. Those for the long run might be the best way to ensure future living standards remain healthy as opposed to sort of cutting the debt. I think that's right that with interest rates low some of the negative consequences that this might have for the country for individual families. It's just not a parent and so it really could be a an opportunity for us to make some investments that would in the long run boost productivity raise education could be a time to make investment in our physical in human capital that would boost productivity going

Fed's Barkin says watching growth, monitoring impact of last rate cut

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:10 sec | 3 years ago

Fed's Barkin says watching growth, monitoring impact of last rate cut

"Percent Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond president Tom Barkan says the central bank is monitoring the impact of recent interest rate cuts aimed at providing insurance for the economy

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