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Energy Stocks Are Booming While Gold Prices Fall After Pfizer’s Covid Vaccine Announcement
"Energy produces a rally on the prospect that a vaccine will revive economic growth and travel among U K ers. B P is up 17.5% and world that Shell was up 14%. Brazil's Petrobras is up 10% gold mining 80 yards or lower along with the precious metal, which is headed for its biggest loss since August. Cannons. Barrick Gold is down 8.1%. And Kinross gold is an 8.5%. South Africa's angle Go the shot is down. 12% and gold fields is down. Almost 15%,
"barrick" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast
"But now when you have the Oracle of Omaha Warren Buffett, right buying gold in Berkshire, hathaway's portfolio or gold stocks and believe me. Buffet wouldn't be buying a gold stock if he wasn't bullish on gold, in fact, Gold Stocks Represent a leveraged bet on gold. So in order to buy gold stocks, you generally have to be super bullish on gold because you want to have an investment that is leveraged to the price of gold meaning that it will go up more than the price of gold if gold goes up so by buying barrick gold. Buffet is showing that he's even more bullish on gold and he would be if it was just buying for example GOP, which you may have already bought two. We'll find out when they file the next thirteen. F right for this quarter but I think this now is going to put. Gold, stocks back on everybody's radar. And not only again does this green light other institutional money managers to buy gold stocks. But now if they don't buy gold stocks and they under perform because they don't have gold stocks, now they may risk getting fired because if buffet is doing it for Berkshire Hathaway, what's your excuse for not doing it for your money? So now instead of people worrying about looking foolish for buying gold stocks, their word about looking foolish for not buying them, and of course, the risk is now gone because if you go and. Buy Gold stocks now, and they go down. If it doesn't work out, you don't look foolish because after all Warren Buffett did the same thing. So if you're simply doing what Warren Buffett does right the Oracle right? He is the Daddy I mean. So if he has blessed this trade well, then if somebody else makes the same trade well, Hey, I'm just doing the same thing as Warren Buffet so don't get mad at me. So I think this really is the potential or has potential to be a watershed moment for. Gold and mainstreaming gold and gold stocks. And not only is buffet buying barrick gold. But. If you look at what he's selling, he's selling financials he lightened up on all of his bank positions. He's basically doing what I already did. Right? What have I been telling people on my podcast get out of banks and buy gold stocks..
"barrick" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast
"The big news is Warren Buffett's new love for called after the US stock market closed yesterday we got look at the latest thirteen f filing for Berkshire hathaway and for the first time and I don't know how long in that disclosure was a brand new position in barrick gold. berkshire-hathaway invested over five hundred, million dollars in barrick gold. Now, of course, five, hundred million may seem like a lot for ordinary people but obviously, it's not that much for. Berkshire. Hathaway or Warren Buffett. Although that is the position that Berkshire had as of the end of June. Now, it's been almost seven weeks. Since that quarter ended. So my gut feeling is that by now, Berkshire Hathaway has a lot more shares of barrack than it had at the end of June. In fact, I'm willing to bet that berkshire-hathaway might actually own another gold stock in addition to Barrick Gold and the reason I feel that that's possible because Warren Buffett knows that once his disclosure is made public right once people know that he's buying gold stocks well, now he's going to have a lot of competition. There are a lot of people that liked to mimic what? Warren. Buffett is doing and so once it becomes public knowledge that he's buying gold and gold stocks he's going to have a lot of competition. So if Warren Buffett is smart, he knew that he would have maybe. Another seven week window right to quietly buy more shares of barrick gold before the street wised up to what he was doing, and maybe buy more shares of other gold mining companies. Now that the cats out of the bag, everybody knows what he's doing. He's going to have more competition and I'm pretty sure that basically this is going to green light. A other institutional investors to buy gold mining stocks because you know I've been talking for years trying to convince a lot of these guys to buy gold and gold stocks that really it's like beat my head against the wall. I've always found it very difficult to convince people who are managing other people's money to put money into goal their gold stocks, I. I have an easy time convincing people to put their own money into gold stocks. But when it comes to other people's money, they just don't want to do it and I think the reason is that nobody wants to go out on a limb I mean because these guys who are managing other people's money, their main goal is not to look foolish and not to underperform the competition, right. So if you are a manager of a pension fund or an endowment and you're GonNa get reviewed, the key is that you need to just not underperform. What is your incentive to go out on a limb and do something unorthodox like buy gold stocks because there's nothing really in it for you because even if you're right and you outperform all right I mean it's not that big a deal. But if you're wrong and the gold stocks go down and as a result of your bed on gold stocks, you're unorthodox outside the mainstream bed you end up underperforming everybody else I mean you're going to get fired I mean. Why go out on a limb for no reason in fact, the minute you start buying gold and no one else is doing it. Your peers are going to start to make fun of you. So I think the incentives that these guys have they don't want to go out they don't want to risk getting fired by doing something unorthodox..
"barrick" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"Or tweet me. Of course at Jim Kramer. Right now the stock market and the bomb market are like two heavyweight champions. Do here out today. Stocks had a very good round Dow surging one thousand one hundred seventy three points the SMP skyrocking four point. Two two percent Nasdaq soaring. Three point. Eight five percent. Why these two boxers in one corner you have a stock market. That had gotten viciously oversold. Thanks yes of course. To the corona virus outbreak and Wall Street's existential fear of Bernie Sanders presidency and the other quarter. Well you've got the bond market specifically US treasuries every time they go up in price down in yield. Lately there yields have been plummeting sending Senate shelf to the spine of all investors who follow both markets. Now this is a vicious and I will tell you somewhat scary situation for hold hands but bond yields so frightened low that they'd been checking the much smaller stock were surely as Mohammed Ali. The greatest of all time since so many challenges to the Canvas. The bomb market still screaming. That we're not al the woods that were being complacent but it could land that he blows today. Because rates action grows and a ten year treasury which had a sub one percent yield went back over that key level also integral to the rally. Let Me Split I. We know there's a tremendous amount of fear in this market. We're afraid of getting sick..
First coronavirus case of unknown origin confirmed in US
"Nineteen or the corona virus has taken over nearly every news outlets coverage this week including here at CNBC last night. The CDC confirmed the first US Corona virus case of unknown origin a northern California patient with no known travel history to affected areas or contact with another case. This could be the first instance of so-called community transmission in the United States. The news broke on the same day. That Germany's health minister warned. That country is at the beginning of an epidemic with chains of transmission that can no longer be traced. The virus has now spread to at least forty seven countries in the world. Health Organization confirmed that new cases outside of China have surpassed those inside China in Japan. All schools will be closed through March as cases approach two hundred in Iran with two hundred forty five infected and twenty six dead. Friday prayers have been cancelled in South Korea. Case numbers are over seventeen hundred. Here's Joe with Becky. Andrew and our guest host this morning Barry Nap of ironsides economics president trump as you probably have heard by now held a news conference last night to reassure the American public and Wall Street That the US government is prepared to respond to an outbreak of the Varsity is appointing Vice President Mike Pence as a point person for the US response and Aiming Jabar's joins us now with more What are you got yeah? We'll look this appointment of Mike Pence by the president of the United States. The White House has gone back and forth about whether or not they were going to appoint a czar. The president insists. This is not a czar position. But Mike Pence's appointment here does. Elevate the administration's response and the president was in sort of a delicate position. Yesterday he was trying to reassure the public that the United States government is fully prepared for this but even as his health and medical advisors were suggesting to Americans that they'd better brace for more cases of Corona virus inside the United States. The president had this to say about whether or not the virus is going to spread. I don't think it's inevitable. I think that we're doing a really good job in terms of maintaining borders and turning terms of letting people in in terms of checking people and also. That's one of the reasons I'm here today. Getting the word out so people can till no they're GONNA now no. I don't think it's I don't think it's inevitable. I think that there's a chance that it could get worse. As a chance he could get fairly substantially worse but nothing's inevitable and Joe. The president also reached for other explanations for that two thousand plus point Dow Jones. Dropped that we've seen in the market this week. Here's my exchange with him on that pretty clear. The Dow Jones dropped more than two thousand points. This week suggesting that was overblown. Our financial markets overreacting. Here I think financial markets are very upset when they look at the Democrat candidate standing on that stage making fools out of themselves and they said we have to have a president like this and always a possibility. It's an election. You know who knows what happens now. Joe When I pressed the president he did acknowledge that the virus played some role in the two thousand point. Selloff that we've seen here but this is the president who clearly is looking for other explanations for that stock market. Sell off. Not Happy with what you've seen both in the stock market in terms of the response by some of the people on his own medical and health team the president sort of walking that fine line here between reassuring the public that everything is under control and try not to really set off any kind of panic either in the public generally or in financial markets too. Yep and you heard all the SCUTTLEBUTT and in in media sort of Even before the President spoke about there are times in a president's tenure with defining moments. And you know we don't need to go over the list now. But and the reaction of the administration to those defining moments can mean a lot for the look back at the tenure of president. So I'm sure there's a lot of sensitivity to that as well and it is a fine line and even if you know love trumps hate trump. Any president put in that position yesterday probably would have been a strain to walk that same. Fine Line between trying to reassure the country but not trying to sugarcoat it too much top tough position to be in yet. And you talk about the look back to the president's tenure. These kinds of events can affect the length of the presidential election. Coming up right is not lost on him and his aides in the White House that this sparks any kind of economic ripple effect. If they're accusations that they've dropped the ball or mishandled. This allowed Americans to get sicker than the otherwise recipient a global slowdown or recession in the stock market. Break that it's worse than your garden variety. Correction there's a lot of a lot of the enormous amount at stake for the White House. All right Even for more on the president's response to Corona virus fears. Let's bring in our guest. Dr Scott Gottlieb he is the former FDA commissioner and CNBC contributor. He also serves on both visor and a luminous boards and got. It's really good to have here today. Thank you How should we be looking at this? How are you looking at this? Well I think we're entering a new face. I think we're going to have community transmission. The states already do this probably cases in major cities dozens maybe hundreds not thousands at this point and we'd be seeing that but the California case demonstrates the transmission and epidemic isn't inevitable but we need to start taking concerted actions right now. We need to crash development of Therapeutics and a vaccine we need to dramatically broadened screening and people need to start getting prudent. Simple changes in behavior can have a very big impact when distributed over large population handwashing. Staying home when you sick workplaces changing practices we might need to start engaging in broader mitigation steps to engage in social distancing. Another things like that. You say workplaces changing changing What do they need to do? I think you need to start thinking about flexibility for employees employees. Sick how they can stay home how you can support employees with things like daycare and other things that can keep them out of the workplace. If they're sick we need to start thinking about if we're going to have to change practices to to limit social contact cancel large meetings limit travel. We're not there yet. But those are the kinds of things that you would need to do to prevent an epidemic spread. We will have outbreaks here in the United States. It's inevitable but we do not need to have an epidemic here. We can't avoid that when you sat down at the table you pull pure l. out of your pocket and actually did this year hands. What what. What does that do in terms of improving your chances of getting sick? Well look I think a lot of the transfer people worry about Aerosol and there's a certain amount of things that we can do to prevent that I think a lot of the transfer this probably touching and in touching your face So if you're on a plane it's not the air on a plane it's somewhat passing out cups on the plane to all the all the airline passengers but I thought that parral didn't kill viruses. It kills the virus virus. It appears that this viruses. It lives on services for a period of time. But it's not a hearty virus so alkali away. Shaking hands is barry barbaric thing to do. Are you shaking hands with anybody or trying to avoid it? You don't agree on. I don't agree with using the word barbaric. I think that at a point like it's a good idea not to but I think if you weren't worried about it it's it's a human thing to do to look someone in the eye and I don't think Nancy Barrick Barrett Dakotas that there was a study that showed that fist bear transferred by ninety percent. Yeah all right. What about the fist bump? Because there's no germs here. It can cut your seriousness. I think the backstop that we have to prepare that this is not something that's going to start and stop. This could become something that we have to live with. What's going to inevitably be backstop against? It's going to be a therapeutic vaccine. We need to invest very heavily therapeutic already. Theoretically we're not GONNA have a vaccine for at least off so why not. Why not focus on on something that lessens the severity and Rendez severe looks promising? And it could be here. That's Gilead and also an antibody based prophylaxis regenerates working on those things could be near term opportunities. Something
Six convicted in gang rape, murder of girl, 8, in India
"A court in northern. India has found six people guilty of the rape and murder of an eight year old Muslim, go a case, which triggered widespread anger across the country. The victim was kidnapped raped and bludgeoned to death in a Hindu temple last year in Indian-administered Kashmir. Rajini virgin oven reports in a country where rapes are reported on a daily basis. This was above Barrick crime, which shocked India and the world in January last year an eight year old Muslim girl was kidnapped and held the Hindu temple in the town of customer. In Germany, north India, she was drunked tutored in gang raped repeatedly before she was killed. Those convicted include a retired government official in four policemen. Some of the offices were found guilty of tampering with evidence. One of the accused was acquitted investigators say the perpetrators plan the crime to drive away in a magic Muslim tribe. The little girl
Mark Hristo Barrick, Barrick And CEO discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe
"Reporting earnings beat estimates for the first quarter January now from Toronto is CEO, Mark Hristo Barrick, Gold, Martha to see you. This is the first quarter since the wrangled Barrick merger. Also says the JD was announced with the new Mon. The big headline was the asset sales about one point five billion through next year. What are you selling? So the non those assets that we feel would be better and other people's hands. You know, I think they as you say solid quota and Ola assets apart from those going to closure performed inland with plan. We had no assets that didn't make contribution to the bottom line. But as we said, we want to focus on Tijuana assets and Qiaotou assets that does assets that Doug, particularly. Town strategic filters. We gonna look to put them in other people's hands who does other people and how what's the interest that you can gauge so far. So we've we've started working towards that. I mean, the most important thing remember is ensuring that our stakeholders the other parts of of of the businesses are consulted property that we do it in a way that they benefit and
Troubling: a death in Northern Ireland
"South This economists podcast is sponsored by linked in jobs. Hello and welcome to the intelligence on economists radio. I'm your host Jason Palmer every weekday. We provide a fresh perspective on the events shaping your world. A minority of South African people have steadied formal jobs too many, including a large fraction of the country's youth do piecemeal work or are unemployed altogether. We look at the efforts to bring the young into the workforce. And there's a lot of talk about public figures particularly candidates in America's upcoming presidential race speaking, multiple languages, what's with these polyglot politicians. But I. A funeral will be held today for a young journalist from Northern Ireland who was shot dead last week all for the loss of lira. Our hopes and dreams all of her Mazen potential with snuff type a single Barrick. Lira Mckee had been reporting on violent unrest in the city of Londonderry. We believe this to be a terrorist act. We believe it's been carved violent Republicans yesterday. A group called the new IRA took responsibility for the killing it even apologized. The incident was shocking reminder of the fragility of peace since the end of the Northern Ireland conflict known as the troubles. This was an attack on everybody in northern. It. Doesn't matter if you're Catholic or Protestant. British are this is an attack on democracy? The troubles began in the nineteen sixties and painted mostly Catholic Irish nationalists against the British army Northern Ireland police and mostly Protestant loyalists. For three decades violence and terror was a part of everyday life, the turmoil claimed more than three thousand five hundred lives, but in nineteen ninety eight the Good Friday agreement largely brought an end to the conflict today is about the promise of a bright future. Dave, and behold, a line can be drawn bloody past some low level violence continued, but this latest killing has fear and outrage. The funeral today of Larry Mckee is going to feel in many ways. Like, we'll most states occasion. Tom Wainwright is the economists Britain editor where expecting to see the Irish T show that the prime minister will say the president of island the secretary of the UK as well as low two local politicians from Nova Nyland, of course. And so it's going to feel like a big deal, and it really is a big deal in Northern Ireland. This kind of killing of innocent civilian in what seems to have been a terrorist attack something that really has shocked people. It's by no means the gnome since the peace agreements of twenty one years ago. This kind of thing is much less common than it used to be in people here really really shocked by what happened last week, and Tom what can you tell me about the group responsible for misbehaves death, new IRA and its relation to the other groups with IRA in the name, it's it's a bit confusing. Picture it is it really isn't. I think to understand that you've got to go back to the Good Friday agreement of nineteen ninety eight and. What happened? There was that the IRA and most Republicans agreed to end any kind of struggle and take their fight for the United Ireland to the debating chamber of the streets. But at the time there was some Republicans who disagreed with that to this represented, a capitulation, and these guys who are now widely noted dissident Republicans have continued that struggle on a fairly low level. But nonetheless, they are security worry five the security agency raised the threat in Northern Ireland is severe they have continued trying to police officers, for instance. And so why do the new IRA kill Lear mckie? Well, she seems to have been killed by stray bullets. She was watching a riot taking place in the city of Londonderry Derry as it's known to Republicans, and she was watching from next to police come and she was shot in the head and later died, and this riot was kicked off really after police had been raiding homes in the area shortly beforehand seems that they were concerned on the. The Easter rising some local Republicans might be out to coast trouble. And seems that some cycle dissident Republicans is this as a excuse to get that people on the streets and co some trouble and the new IRA said it was an accident and apologized there's some significance to that. Right. There. Is yet seems that they really feel as if that on the back photo of this that agreed which has said, the it's propensity is violence to said that the Republican coups, but they seem to be well aware that locally these kinds of acts of violence in which older NRI innocent civilians killed or injured go down extremely badly and really risk setting that goes back, and we've seen evidence of this already in dairy, the headquarters of a local political party, which is supported by the IRA people being smearing red painted handprints on their offices a form of protest and lately various Republican murals have been graffiti as well by people saying things like not in my name. Name. And so they think realize that this could set them back in a big way. Police also reporting that moving one hundred people have sent them with information about the killing and in a city like Derry, that's really unusual. This is not a place where people have historically been happy to talk to the police about Republican activists. So we could be seeing Quanta change. So do you get the sense from all that then that there is just simply less tolerance for the kind of violence that was so common during the troubles. I think that's right. I think since the Good Friday agreement which was almost exactly twenty one years ago. Many people in Northern Ireland of come to see the peace that's being achieved is enormously valuable, and the idea of going back to that is something that really worries a lot of people. And I think most observers thing that the chances of returns to scale violence, very slim, but any sign that violences on the rise is obviously a worry, especially at the moment with Brexit going on which is causing all kinds of problems for Northern Ireland. We've also got the problem of the Northern Ireland assembly having been suspended now for more than two years. So there's a feeling Northern Ireland is inevitable position so events like this do concern a lot of people that people worry that things are being destabilized that, but you mentioned Briggs in in passing there. Do you think that all the negotiations and the degree to which Northern Ireland has been such a lynchpin of the negotiations has sort of reignited tensions? It's certainly reignited tensions. Yeah. We haven't yet seen a big kicking off of large scale violence or anything like that. But tensions absolutely have been heightened. And it's not surprising because the peace deal made back in nineteen ninety eight really hinged in many ways on the UK an island shed membership of the European Union that help to enable these countries to have a border, which is not just open. But invisible, I mean, if you go there and drive between Northern Ireland and their public of island, you can do so without even realizing that you've crossed the Boda, and of course, membership of the EU means the two countries of members of the single. Markets, and so no customs checks needed and since nineteen ninety eight people know of Nyland being able to choose whether they take Irish or UK possibles in many ways, they've been allowed to feel as if they are either Irish Oprah show oath if they want and so the UK now leaving the European Union really will subject that to strain. And it's clearly pulling the UK an island upon a way that nobody on typically to twenty one years ago and many people particularly in the Republican community. Most of them voted to remain, by the way, think that Britain is in some way reneging on agreements that were made or hinted that twenty years ago, so it is a time of heightened tension. Yes. Tom. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you.
"barrick" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I'm Jim also. And I'm Ed Baxter Newmont Mining says. No, thanks rejecting an unsolicited bid from Barrick Gold. That would have created the world's largest gold producer Newmont Mining CEO. Gary Goldberg told Bloomberg's at Hammond, he'll be meeting with Barrick Gold. Mark Bristow to talk through their differences and to discuss a potential joint venture in Nevada near the joint. Venture is a realistic and bona fide offer to sit down, and that's what we need to do. We haven't done that sit down with Barrick and work through the details to be able to deliver. What we both believe our synergies that are available in Nevada for both our shareholders our approach we've taken is. We've reviewed what they proposed here week ago. We look at our own track record in terms of delivery. We're up sixty five percent and total shareholder return since two thousand fourteen barracks down twenty two percent. We've we've looked at what they've proposed and it just doesn't stack up against what we've got in terms of the gold. Corp transaction to be able to deliver that four point four billion in value from things we've identified by applying our proven operating model to our assets versus what they've proposed. And also we believe we can get both. We can do the Goldcorp transaction and work with barracks deliver that value from Nevada rancher what they propose so Bristow asked you for meeting. Have you accepted there? We have I've gone back to them. And I'm looking forward to hopefully, catching up with him. This will be to discuss the JV or to discuss the potential for merger. This'll be the discussion on the joint venture with what we proposed. So obviously the offer they made their opening.
Barrick, Newmont work toward joint-venture deal
"Newmont Mining says. No, thanks rejecting an unsolicited bid from Barrick Gold. That would have created the world's largest gold producer Newmont Mining CEO. Gary Goldberg told Bloomberg's at Hammond, he'll be meeting with Barrick Gold. Mark Bristow to talk through their differences and to discuss a potential joint venture in Nevada near the joint. Venture is a realistic and bona fide offer to sit down, and that's what we need to do. We haven't done that sit down with Barrick and work through the details to be able to deliver. What we both believe our synergies that are available in Nevada for both our shareholders our approach we've taken is. We've reviewed what they proposed here week ago. We look at our own track record in terms of delivery. We're up sixty five percent and total shareholder return since two thousand fourteen barracks down twenty two percent. We've we've looked at what they've proposed and it just doesn't stack up against what we've got in terms of the gold. Corp transaction to be able to deliver that four point four billion in value from things we've identified by applying our proven operating model to our assets versus what they've proposed. And also we believe we can get both. We can do the Goldcorp transaction and work with barracks deliver that value from Nevada rancher what they propose so Bristow asked you for meeting. Have you accepted there? We have I've gone back to them. And I'm looking forward to hopefully, catching up with him. This will be to discuss the JV or to discuss the potential for merger. This'll be the discussion on the joint venture with what we proposed. So obviously the offer they made their opening
"barrick" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I'm Evan Haning. And I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg world headquarters in New York. Let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets. President Trump said he'll extend the deadline to raise tariffs on Chinese goods beyond this week. The president cited substantial progress in the latest round of trade talks. He said if the sides make further headway negotiations he and president plan to meet at his mar-a-lago resort in Florida to conclude a final agreement. Meantime in China, a commentary in chinois says negotiations will be more difficult at the final stages as the two nations still have disagreements which need more time to be resolved the Canadian mining giant Barrick Gold has taken a small stake in its US rival Newmont Mining. We are told Barrick has now warned Newmont of plans to propose changes to Newmont bylaws. As Barrick continues to weigh a potential hostile takeover. Meantime, the CEO of Newmont Gary Goldberg says the potential takeover attempt is desk. Britt and bizarre. He said the move is complicating Newmont's pending deal to acquire Goldcorp and White House. Economic adviser. Larry cudlow says he's working to remove US tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Canada and Mexico word of the delay to the planned increase of US tariffs on Chinese imports has sparked a risk Conde in the Asia Pac region right now in Shanghai composite index is higher by three percent. In Hong Kong. Hang sang is better by two tenths of one percent. The Nikkei two twenty-five is ahead. Seven tenths of one percent. Meantime, in Seoul, the kospi is weaker by one tenth of one percent. And in Sydney ASX two hundred is down one tenth of one percent. The US ten year treasury in the Tokyo session now with a yield of two point six five percent. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. This is. Bloomberg. This is.
Newmont Mining, Barrick Gold And Brown discussed on WBBM Morning News
"Brown's Canada's Barrick Gold is considering a hostile bid for Newmont Mining for about nineteen billion dollars in stock. And that's pushing Newmont up four point
Candice Barrick Gold, Barrick And Newmont Mining discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance
"All right. How about Newmont Mining up almost two percent? Candice Barrick Gold has studied whether to make a takeover offer for the US. Metal producer barrack said it's looked at an all share deal without any premium the two countries close to a merger in two thousand fourteen before talks collapsed. Barrick, by the way, down about three quarters of a
Newmont to buy Goldcorp for $10 billion to create world's largest gold producer
"That data Newmont Mining will buy rival Goldcorp in a deal valued at ten billion dollars, creating the world's largest gold miner. The transaction comes just three months after another blockbuster gold deal. The transaction comes just three months after another blockbuster gold deal. When Barrick Gold agreed to acquire Randgold resources in a five point four billion dollar
Dez Bryant lands one-year contract with surging New Orleans Saints
"I don't obviously. But if I did because who cares? We don't care about the money because it's not our money. Well, let's make it your money guys. Would you spend three hundred and fifty million dollars? If feel competent about it on Bryce Harper. No, I wouldn't. But I do want to say thanks to listen to you make a lot of arguments there in the make a lot of sense. But you can't throw the he's never wanna playoff series, Adam. Because you're the one that's been a spa espousing for the golden bat thing there are many times where he doesn't even get a chance to win those playoffs. Series everything else in that sense rival, thank you drag. Well, that's the let's take that have ninety percent of what I say all the time makes sense. Listen. Traits usually fifties ninety. I mean, that's that's pretty good. But that's the problem dry. Problem with baseball. You're going to pay a guy standing Gundy said this yesterday, you're going to pay three hundred and fifty million dollars who comes up four to five times a game. It's ridiculous. And when he comes off you bats to forty eight it's absurd absurd. Absurd. I listen. I agree with you. And yet he's going to get it from somebody. As is Scott Boris, his agent says Harper's bazaar is now open. Okay. We'll see where that goes. All right. Let's go to college. Let's start in basketball for Zion. Williamson RJ Barrick camera Duke. Did it Kentucky? I have said Stuart's gonna make people pay attention to college basketball before we normally do which is after the Super Bowl. Yeah. It made us. I mean, listen, we've never talked about college basketball so early in the season ever in the history of our show, and we were talking about it yesterday because Duke stole the show they stole the sports worlds. I am Williamson. The thing about Zion. Williamson guys he was a YouTube sensation before this. So everyone knew about this. But to see play out against Kentucky article and to see that he's just not a dunker. He's the guy who has actual game. He has range. He has touched. He could distribute the ball. It is it is absolutely breathtaking. It was amazing to watch. And. Yeah, we're all going to tune into watch. These freshmen bly and watched it fifteen play at see if maybe if they can go undefeated. Maybe it'll be the best team ever, which is saying something when you consider the school. We're talking about it was amazing. It was fun to watch. They had made college basketball interesting in a way that it hasn't been the regular season for college basketball in a way that it hasn't been since maybe the fab five I don't know what the last time we were interested in a college basketball team. Yeah. Your rights. Do we we had this note today dukes go to one hundred and eighteen points in that debut? There were twenty NBA teams in action last night and they play eight minutes longer. None of them got one hundred. Yeah. Utah Utah was a crisis. They got one hundred seven Stu, and by the way, they did it against Kentucky, by the way. Kentucky. Jank John Calipari was sitting there with his laws look on his face. And I can't believe that coach K is now doing what I've been doing for years because coach guys going to do it better than I've been doing the thirty four point loss for Calipari. His worst ever as a college or NBA coach going to college football the first two weeks of the rankings. We have pretty much pick who they were going to be where do you see the possibility of a shakeup happening going in the next few weeks? Well, Mike, this is interesting. Right. And I have a question for you guys are related to college football. But this is interesting. So let's say Georgia beats Alabama in the SEC championship game. There's no scenario which Alabama is not getting it. But what happens there? So does Michigan get bounced out? Once Notre Dame get bounced out, Mike, I would ask you this because they put this committee together to have some sort of vision. Where does this not the four undefeated teams make it to the final four, Mike? Michigan played Notre Dame right now the debt are they neutral field who do you think would win that game? Who was the better to there is no way. Saying michigan. Everybody's saying Michigan would blow out Notre Dame Michigan has gotten better. So is Notre Dame? You realize Notre Dame did since that first game. They have a quarterback who leads the nation in completion percentage. Okay. So yeah, he's heard he's going to miss this game. We'll be back next week. So to say that all of a sudden Michigan with blowout. Notre Dame to me is ridiculous has Michigan gotten better. Absolutely. They've gotten better. But you asked me I've already said if Georgia beats Alabama they're both in Clemson wins out there in and if Notre Dame wins out there in and Michigan is going to get left out. Now, Paul finebaum went the other way. He thinks Michigan may get in over. Notre an undefeated Notre Dame team. I don't think that would happen. But then again, I'm not one of the thirteen that are that are picking that are deciding this.
Canada's Barrick Gold to buy Randgold for $6.5 billion
"It was already the world's biggest gold mining firm. Now, Canadian giant Barrick. Gold is merging with Randgold resources to create an eighteen billion dollar company. The merged firm new barrack group will sell shares on the New York and Toronto stock exchanges while Randgold's London listing will be cancelled. Here's the BBC's THEO legged Bara gold is already the world's largest gold mining company with operations around the globe round. Gold is focused on production and Africa. Both companies have been struggling to impress investors and have seen that market value full by ASA. Third over the past year announcing the deal run goals, chief executive Mark Bristow admitted that the industry's a whole had faced criticism for being too focused on short term goals and offering poor returns, but insisted the merger would benefit shareholders. The new company will control several of the world's biggest and most profitable mines in North America and west central Africa,
"barrick" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Meredith Barrick elicit a good news is. That though we will get some rain, today? It's not coming for quite some time right it's going. To be an afternoon show of this system so the. First half of the, is looking, really. Nice we're just gonna see partly cloudy skies we might see the sun peeks through a little bit here and. There for the first half of the day and then those changes role in for this Second half of the day right now temperatures across the area in the sixties and seventies a little cooler and Kokomo at sixty four, degrees seventy one in Bloomington, we could see some clear, skies this morning, and then we'll see things cloud up as we as we head into the later. Morning hours highs only reaching the upper seventies and low eighties and this is actually going to be probably the warmest day for the work week we're going to see those temperatures drop off a little bit each day and that's because we have high pressure building in behind this system that's going to cool us off and dry us out so right now we are seeing that. Cold front pushed through that's going to happen I that's going to bring us those potential, for heavy, downpours as. Well as lightning this afternoon looks like right around noon that's when we're. Going to see the potential of some, spot? Storms and then things will really kick up as we. Head into the later afternoon afternoon hours things will start. To diminish as we, head into, the. Overnight hours with just some lingering showers and storms expected tomorrow for the rest of the day seventies this morning. Partly sunny in the morning mostly cloudy by Noon and then we see things kick up right around four and into the early evening hours before we see things diminish overnight Elena all right thank you Elissa. Here is a look at I seventy at, Sam Jones expressway over on that west side everything is moving up to speed which is great news right now let's take a look at the, map I wanna point out an overnight construction project on the south side right now. The eastbound I four sixty five ramp to I sixty five are close so if you're heading northbound you're gonna wanna take that east street exit off of I four sixty five turn right onto. Hanna avenue left on the keystone avenue use keystone to reach I sixty five for. Those who want to go southbound on I sixty five take that east street exit. Again take that on that I four. Sixty five turn left onto Madison Avenue and use Madison Avenue to reach I sixty five solution this should open back up around six o'clock this. Morning so. Just pay attention to that if you are heading out the door before six o'clock and let's take a look at those roads one more time I four sixty five, at fall creek road on, the north east Eastside you can see a lot of tail, lights. But the. Good news. They are really breaking right now everything's moving up to speed should. Be an easy Monday morning. Commute Elena thank you breaking overnight police are searching for the driver. Who hit and killed a man walking..
"barrick" Discussed on No Laying Up
"So I thought the front nine was way more interesting this time around the to the down, went on the front, made those holes a lot more a lot more playable and interesting, and that was probably one of the stronger winds. We got actually was North America, right? So I think north Barrick, if I, that's that's among my favorites for if I could play it again. Like I think it'd be a grower. Yeah, I liked it a lot the first time around, but I think I would only like it more and more and more. Yeah, I think that's the course. I walked off like wanting to play immediately again, which is interesting because there's so many holes out there that if somebody tried to build them today, they would get shot. They would. They would be murdered if they tried to try to build any of those holes. Moving on from north Barrick, we took the drive up about two hours to Saint Andrews. We spent three nights in the town of Saint Andrews. We stayed at the David Russell apartments there which basically like a dorm in In someone. someone universities. David over. I wouldn't change anything about that. I think that's kind of a cool way to Kuwait a take in the town. We went to the Dunvegan that night, of course, the the famed hotel slash bar. They're just about maybe three hundred yards from the eighteenth green which has just artifacts and pictures, and the pictures of basically anybody who's ever played the course that his famous photograph there with with Sheena, the old owner of the of the bar, it's now under under new management, but they still kept all of the relics at looked exactly the same, the exact same experience just not not her behind the bar there anymore, but. Great place for burgers and beers and food and is just the like, you can't go to Saint Andrews and not go in the Dunvegan. You meet people from all over the world, and they're most actually from all over the United States for the most part. But it is a staple that town in for good reason. I think you know, tripped trip Saint Andrews every time I go there, I end up playing more golf that probably should. I should spend more time hanging in pubs like that or places like that. So. Every time I cover your guitar. Water. It was just like you. You pull in Sandra's and we parked right next eighteenth green and Trump just kind of see it and you're like, holy shit, like it's real. Yeah, I can park right next to the green. And so, yeah, are playing. So we on last year's podcast, we kind of ways to get on the old course but quickly go over it. It is the hardest teatime obviously to get, but it's also of course that you can get on if you're dedicated to it, you can book teatime well in advance, usually through a travel planner in some way, or you can reserve do advance bookings. I think right around now for twenty nine thousand nine. If you want to if you wanna beige your trip around it and have a set teatime at the old course you can do that. You can also go online and enter the ballot two days in advance. I am personally over four entering the ballad. I've never want it, but you can enter the sign up between three and four people. I think to be awarded a time. I don't know how many times they keep. We were visiting at one of the busier times of the year the week before the open. So I'm not that surprised that we didn't win the ballot, especially entering as a foursome. But those are the two ways to plan in advance to teatime. Granted, the people I got paired with eventually one, they entered the. That twice in one week and won both time. Yeah. So it definitely happened. The system hates me, I guess. But the third way, which is the way that we chose. And the way I've been three for three in playing the old course is go to the old pavilion there right next to the first t lining up. We lined up around three fifteen, three twenty. I think it's got their AM. We had a little scare Randy. Any overslept. We lost wanted to make it. But three, we were lucky enough, to course to cross pass timing wise with pooch daddy from the lead singer for my ration-. He was there. He'd beat us there. He was seventh in line. He got three seven line..
Recent developments surrounding the South China Sea
"Existing home sales that will be out at ten AM Wall Street time well to build a house. You've, got. A big Supply chain, and that supply chain is being disrupted by trade wars here to tell us, more is John Harrison. Managing director, for merging market macro strategy John Harrison thank you for being here for. From, t s lumbar how're, you doing this morning Very well thank you all right so, tell us. About your most recent look at supply chain risks particularly. As they affect emerging markets The way. Looking at. It in the context of the trade war between the US and, China Europe is is another matter But many of the country in south East Asia and north Asia Thailand, South Korea and so on Barrick's sports end up going. To China to, be to be re-exported to the US has really increasing compact complex global supply chains I means, they let's demand for, China's exports in United States and not, only fact in, the other Asian economies wet weather supply chain disrupted and exports fall, in, other countries. But not China If that's, the case when to US consumers see, these higher prices Yeah well rounded Tara Tita are really not. Much on consumer goods so US. Consumers are really happen you seeing some increases. Indirectly. At, the, moment The the next round of tariff which. Is due to be on the. Thirtieth of August after a period of consultation That Peres targeting consumer goods Habitable if they do go ahead as planned and the US consumers economic facing high prices Within this is the idea of informing politicians, you are expert, in really looked at actually how imports are done and exports are done whatever the nation what are the politicians most get wrong from the import expert dynamic from Shanghai or Hong Kong I think the effect on the US economy of implementing, the tariffs and, the complexity of the interactions between these various company companies country so it's not possible rage to Impose some On China without having any impact on on the US and the country, goes well the conversation last week with French hill from Little. Rock Arkansas the congressman from literally which is really. On this he was heated about the complexities to the Little Rock. Manufacturing community we spoke about this in terms, of Spartanburg, South Carolina where BMW has its. Largest, factory, well John if this is the case, for China what does this mean for countries such? As Brazil what are the? Political implications they've got an election coming up later, this year Yeah Resilient is still very uncertain situation buddy in terms of the trade? Wall Could be one of the few countries to benefit because That, prevailing often competing with the United States in agricultural products sleeping in particular China already has decided to import more soybeans from from Brazil another agricultural products from Brazil Up. Then that economy could benefit If that happens what happens to US farmers US, fav already facing lower prices I'm I'm sure that the the the bombers in US will be will be lobbying the the administration tried. To put a stop to this do you see global trade slowing now or is it something we're waiting for Things. The rate of, increase of year on year growth of trade, is is slowing Buddy's, still grow we haven't seen an actual contraction in world trade and I think we all still some way some way away from that but. Of course if we carry on down this Paul going then we will see Thank. You so much, John Harrison greatly appreciate it with tears Lombard, in England this morning You, just wonder where this is I don't have any wisdom at all. In the x axis the timeline of this because it's really is truly cliches uncharted. Territory but were there particular like this sub. Headline markets are complacent, on emerging market. Risks what we're seeing that feature that shirt today Good morning. Michael Purvis over it Weeden an x y Michael said eighteen months ago watch eighty. X y is the proxy and I'm sorry This is the bundled Pacific rim currency index extra pan. You take out the Janus -ness of Japan and some would say the Japan and it's like teach a class strong dollar week emerging market. And as a point that. I haven't even looked. At Filipino this morning PHP let me get that up here quickly to break through fifty. Four is a big deal we're not there yet, we are in a tight..
"barrick" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"FM New York He's ready Uh-huh Barrick, low f- the four on catch up with the British Open everything that's going on, today but it looks like his five on this gonna stick Tiga, finished, even-par fill finish the to over right. Now we're going to chat with the Java Chamberlain who is I gather getting into all business now and he's doing some stuff I know with MLB and some different stuff. Job a. Welcome how are? You I'm doing, well I'm. Doing I'm fine. Job, it's you, know it's been awhile since we since you, know I was just as reminiscent with the folks and saying about how crazy, is you, know it seems like yesterday when you came up when we went through all that stuff with the job of rules and everything. Else and does it seem like a long time ago to you is it seemed like it was just a couple of days. Ago It's a little bit about sometimes it seems like a lifetime ago and other times it seems like yesterday You know when I. Realized my, son's in seven three now it's kinda realizes that it it, was definitely a long time ago you, know when, you think back to those days, and, all, the? Craziness when you came into games and all? You know all the stuff that went on what what what what. Comes back to mind for your job When, you, think? Back about it what what comes to mind Yes the fact that I had a chance to play a game that I loved for so long and just give give people a chance to escape this crazy world. For four. Hours and put. Us on, stations and create memories it was it was awesome I mean the more, I get removed from and I think the more the January appreciate all the. Experiences and ups and downs that I had my career did they do when you look back, on it because I know, this has always been in? Retrospect, did they handle Java well do they not handle them well there was always that debate on whether, or not, how do you the? Lies your abilities early on you? Know did they rush, you did they not the? Whole thing when you think back. What's your, thoughts on that it a learning curve for everybody I mean it was something that they were trying to go into and try. To protect, and they hadn't had that happened before that quick so I I think, with everything that was going on and how fast was going and obviously. Trying to get to the play, offs and help the bullpen And as much as I could and then try to keep innings and what have you had to just I think from both sides I was so young and I was. New to. Pitching and they. Renewed a, situations I think for everything that it was it was handled the best, way we could and you know I I don't take back anything that happened. It's it's part of growing and it's a lot so I think from that aspect of it, was new to both of, us we're just trying to? Do, the best we could with the situation we were given I don't know if people remember but if, they do, Java came up and? I mean it was electrifying I? Share you pitch twenty, four innings struck out thirty? Four guys in twenty four innings. I mean, it was a wild ride it really was I mean you were blowing people away in that first year even the second year..
Trump Vladimir Putin, Mount Dora and Google discussed on Rich Stevens
"W. f. dot com. To see the new time magazine summit, crisis cover I call it. Prompt the morphed faces a President, Trump Vladimir Putin and, if, you type in idiot in the. Google image search photos of Trump will. Pop up Anti-trump protesters and online activists have been manipulating Google's. Algorithm so that the images of Trump appear when you do a search for idiot. And mount Dora in Florida is settling, lawsuit with a couple who. Painted their home after the Van Gogh masterpiece starry night, here's, the mount Dora mayor Nick Jerome Extending my sincere apology, Nancy, Barrick Alba's matter has turned, into unfortunate As part of the settlement the couple agreed to sit on a panel to review the city's codes to see if any need to be changed and they get to keep the. Paint.
"barrick" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Look at going into like holly cycle is actually highgrowth period for you or nonstop barrick actually it's funny you ask at sixteen period because our customers this is their busy time and they're not thinking about oh i need to get my staff they're always thinking because like for example it's got done with this conference this weekend i was in alexandria virginia speaking at the pet sitting allergy conference and every single time we go to one of these conferences the the number one point what is it staff finding them keeping them finding them keeping them and so at the end of the day this is always the number one concern regard how regardless of the holiday season the time of year rather so we're always there it's just a matter of where we can insert ourselves in the calendar year and get to get in front of folks and get them excited about making this change to bring staffing training sugars probably you're planning mode for crazy q on right qaeda's are crazy time for sharks people are all excited just like i bought that book i was talking about people are like okay for solid big problem of key my staff trained and keeping them happy so people are looking at bring fetch find on two thousand but listen we just i was at a conference this month there this weekend like i said we ten twelve new clients in a day right who own established care businesses so it depends on when people are ready to hear the message that they have to think about bringing fetch find it so this is exciting for us we just we're going to be doing a cat sense of funny right we have a cat chorus coming out get category courses and it's cuffy nine fundamental so yes professor and we're just gonna place of really exciting to be able to grow to me of the do what we love to do things for the companies that we love in the industry that we love it's really just we're adding to our team we decided to business manager salesperson we feel like we are just so proud of what we're doing and we really also we know it's out there and we know that we're the best in what we do so we're ready to get behind that and push that forward go so we get the interesting vantage points different sides of the industry because you see consumer icy business consumer too but nowhere near what using big trendy going on now it's funny because they're just had this conversation yesterday with somebody every time i think that the trend is going towards more aside full pet care practices around arousal and around caging dogs and daycare around save handling i ended up meeting somebody here are some leaving any of that so the trends in pet care or to do things to keep dog to really calm give them a lot of individual time instead cage free daycare lots of cages but like every day i realized that there are people who just don't believe that so i'd like to say that trend is going towards keeping dogs more individualized but it's really maybe not happening i do think that staff training is becoming a trend because i think people are sick of them rigmarole and the expense and the resources that it takes to find new people and keep them sending that's when change that's going on i think that this is gonna sound a little bit negative maybe but i do think that pet care business owners are getting really tired of the choices in what way then toys foods i think that there's a lot of overwhelm happening and i think that companies like pup joy i think companies i can show them things and give them a lead them down paths to make choices easier than just like the old days in the nineteen nineties when i had a pet care business or even the early two thousands i would get my magazine right my pet edge magazine through to figure out what to do and that was okay because the package magazine was really that's what you pick from you pick toys in there they're callers their relations and it was easy now grows so much at pet care business owners feel like that's like it's so hard to make recommendations about food rig make recommendations about certain toys or what have you so.
Trump approves plan to impose tough China tariffs
"Since then we have continued to reinvest in the community over and over again it will be a fifty three story office tower at one ten north wacker drive along the chicago river total cost of the project six hundred million dollars it's expected to open in twenty twenty the trump administration is facing resistance today from even some republicans over developments at the border out speaker paul ryan says he's not comfortable with the trump administration policy at the southern border we don't want kids to be separated from their parents minority leader nancy pelosi has another word to describe it this is far barrick this is not what america is white house press secretary sarah sanders was asked why it is being done because it's the law and that's what the wall states and the wall you're right it doesn't have to be the law and the president is actually called on democrats in congress to fix those loopholes attorney general jeff sessions cited the bible in his defense of the border policy allows the government because god is obtained or dame the government for his purposes donahue washington there's word from the white house that president trump has approved a plan to impose harsh tariffs on chinese goods imported into the us president trump has long vowed to clamp down on unfair chinese trade practices and to try to even out the three hundred thirty six billion dollar trade deficit that favors china oh source says that he's proposing somewhere between thirty five and fifty five billion dollars in tariffs it's a move that could complicate the president's efforts to keep china's support as he negotiates nuclear disarmament with north korea china meanwhile has already warned that it will impose retaliatory tariffs specifically targeting beef and soybeans which would affect you farmers jackie quinn washington a lawsuit seeks to close president trump's foundation for breaking state law new york's acting attorney general charge the donald j trump foundation organized as a charity acted as a pass through for trump's legal bills and private purchases and come twenty sixteen for presidential campaign.
"barrick" Discussed on Double Toasted
"And it's so racist and its treatment of not just short round which those indians themselves just bar barrick to the point of they stepped out of johnny quest but doom endearing really is for me plus you had mary in the strong female counterpart to what you had capshaw who's just i know man movies they had nobody heart they test with the best child sidekick ever racist solo is we started talking about indiana respect round in full move because look nothing like that sexism racism but there moments in the movie where if you if you complain about that last crusade might be something even long here like that then this might work for you here but thing is man this could have been a myself a great movie if it didn't change directors and didn't change production halfway through and i think that's a big flaw here but you know it's fun to have a movie that takes that takes a break from the main stories which which i'm tired of those main stories you know i know i'll probably minority for that.
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny detained at Moscow protest: ally
"I don't know man cbs news correspondent carter evans says hundreds of people have been forced to evacuate several new vance form authorities really aren't sure how long these eruptions could last but they're urging everyone to follow the evacuation orders because when the lavas flowing first responders may not be able to get kilowatt has been erupting continuously since nineteen eightythree but usually not like this cbs news correspondent bill ray cost is one of president trump's closest friends has been asked questions by special counsel robert muller's team three separate sources tell the associated press that tom barrack met with federal investigators who have been working on the russia probe barrick spokeswoman is declining to comment he's known the president for decades one of mr trump's closest advisors through the presidential campaign and into the administration america's also a leading fundraiser for the president and oversaw fundraising for the inauguration bill rakoff cbs news washington the group that monitors political repression in russia's is hundreds of people have been arrested them day of nationwide protests against the upcoming inauguration of ladimir putin for a new sixyear term as president the group says more than seven hundred people have been arrested in moscow where demonstrators crowded into one of the city's main squares cbs news correspondent elizabeth palmer rallies often take place in areas which are not sanctioned for public protests so that the russian authorities can call them illegal and it gives them an excuse to go in and round people up observers say overall nearly sixteen hundred people were arrested in twentysix russian cities well the track surface at churchill downs has been downgraded to sloppy just ahead of the kentucky derby showers have been falling since midday in louisville the surface was listed as fast to begin the racing car and then went to muddy sloppy zero flash flood watch in effect sports reporter edward peak says this is traditionally a rough race anyway it's the first time around the to turn track and another thing is it's twenty horses there's probably more bumping in the kentucky derby especially early in the race than any other race these horses will run in in their careers justify is the odds on favorite to win the race bus soggy track means it could be pretty much any horses race at the derby the race is the.
ATF agent shot in the face was part of special force combating illegal guns
"As long as i'm the oppressive investigators in chicago are asking the public for help in finding the person who shot a federal agent in a pre dawn attack they describe as an ambush with a fifty one thousand dollar reward and the commitment of the entire law enforcement and community the people who did this will not have a lot of friends the atf agent part of a joint task force working to limit the influx of illegal guns in the city he was shot in the face but is expected to make a full recovery chicago police superintendent eddie johnson who calls a shooting bar barrick and reprehensible also notes is the agent is the fourth law enforcement officer shot in the city south side in less than a year this is a radio news planned parenthood and the aclu say they will challenge iowa's strictness in the nation abortion law mike rossier with more the socalled heartbeat bill has been signed into law by iowa governor cam reynolds making the hawkeye state the strictest in the nation on abortion the bill is touted as a six week ban on abortion because it bars most abortions wants a fetal heartbeat is detected which is generally at six weeks there are exemptions to the law allowing abortions at a later pregnancy stage to save a pregnant woman's life or in some cases of rape and incest as reynolds signed the bill in her formal office protesters gathered outside chanting my body my choice i'm mike rossier former president george h w bush is out of a houston hospital after being treated for thirteen days for an infection that sent to the hospital a day after his wife's funeral when he was admitted on april twenty second the ninety three year old bush's infection had spread to his blood requiring time in intensive care before being moved to.
Cops say terrorist threat to Lakeside Mall thwarted; Shelby Township man, 20, held
"On the hw wjr news time is 503 developing news this afternoon a makombe county man arraigned after allegedly planning a terrorist act at a local mall police say twenty year old shelby township president tyler ten del sent tax to someone he knows about planning a mass shooting at lakeside mall and sterling heights the police chief dale doid jakubowski says that person went to the shelby township police department who then alerted them these people had been charged with these twenty or felonies it's always because someone reported them someone got that that text message someone got that message on snapchat instagram facebook if someone said something really stupid that made no sense and thank god people are listening they're paying attention and there reporting it all the search send els only mix one gone he was arraigned day on making a terrorist threat or false report of terrorism also developing the husband and rochester hills turned himself into police today for allegedly killing his wife delegate other dj newsradio nine fifty's michael cohen as the story the oakland county sheriff's department says deputies recalled to a home on amazon the new just north of and 59 an east of thelma spencer park the callers said he discovered his forty one year old sisterinlaw covered in blood on the couch and that she was in the midst of a bad divorce as investigators rat the crime scene the victims thirty nine year old husband allegedly walked into the rochester hills substation and told the front desk deputy that he had just killed his wife he is now being held at the oakland county jail after being interviewed by detectives michael cohen w w j newsradio nine fifty w wjr news time 505 meantime lacomb township man accused of intentionally running over in oakland county sheriff's deputy with his car will go to trial 22yearold christopher barrick led police on a roughly twenty miles chase that began in lapierre county in ended along in fifteen and see more lake road in oakland county early thanksgiving morning with the death of sheriff's deputy eric overall who had and placing stop sticks at the intersection when he was hit by barracks oldermodel saturn in court prosecutor david hudson argued a charge of first degree premeditated murder should stand to hurt his own words indicating that if trying to stop them from you in.
"barrick" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"And the still a snitch above it and we would like it's a whole the dow same as the s p but none of those two got near the highs the nasdaq got near the highs but had a rough day today uh and one would say it's okay that they pulled it back today uh uh we thing the nasdaq hundred went right to the highs and pull back today about eighty eight points uh again one would say nothing wrong with that getting right back into resistance installing mm hmm this semiconductor index uh hit a high today and then fell below with uh i would just say f the fee shaping up it's normal at this point in time opt good with that uh uh the russel 2000 having trouble with the ve day and as we've told you for a while a big caps over small caps mm uh uh you got that gold stocks you gold bugs and uh uh uh the gdp acts is teasing yearly lobes white now uh and i was just thumbing through some gold stocks has anybody seen american barrick lately a b acts uh uh when you have a chance go look at that i don't know what the heck is going on there because i don't own any gold but man oh man oh man old man uh uh uh uh the price of gold uh huh uh uh uh not killing yet but let me give you a big striking hits ladies gentlemen.
"barrick" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"A lobbyist for the apple uh an overdose of america so uh all i'm saying is just by applesauce a and and and i know a lot of people wanna bring big apple down but stop it it these are the people you can make the the last caller other caught others of the democrats trying to make the case that the middle class going to curb get hurt by this there are some people that are viewed in the middle class because a middleclass can be uh if you're in new yorker san francisco can actually be two hundred fifty to three hundred thousand dollars and if you uh our pain a ton of state and local taxes the combination of state local taxes and property taxes you will see a tax increase no doubt about it that the and the failure give at your house pave and yet and and vim many of those people consider themselves middle class but they are very very small portion of the overall middleclass set a nationwide as we said look didn't benefit everybody barrick and i got hit right sure but the vat if you say the vast majority of the middle class or even upper middle class uh and poor don't get a a a tax break that would be wrong you're not being you're not being intellectually honest if you if you say that now you can look at the overall tax bill and you can say yeah that's fine but we should be going into dad's uh in a particular uh uh a tax bill and we should have a tax bill that uh insurers uh that the individual rates uh go on forever to round nothing goes on forever i mean it's it's may hit another thing that i still river it's it's still the the next the next party uh gets into power but uh but there you go but dead that's you know really amid that the middle classes is not going to see an and i'll woman that the rich is getting the biggest uh you know benefit wealthier and and and the end point of one to make as i i i saw pull that showed that fifty percent of people uh believe.
"barrick" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Two one two four cbs a surprise philip rivers has fifty two yards in his game that's it he's worse than breeze are you kidding me hata's philip rivers have fifty two yards in the third quarter helm barra saying these guys tonight it's unbelievable and he just got lit up till rivers disguised led up lead up twentyone seven broncos barrick with this sack he's been harassing rivers all night even on a play that was blown daddy got up in his face and guy rivers all kinds of upset and rivers does not like barrett they've been targets magazon asia with each other all night so anyway twenty one seven broncos the vikings won the opener easily so while was that one what was the final score the first game twenty twenty one and nine seen twenty nine ten so there's so much to talk about in pro football let's get into it call the show you fans that just shawn watson era is here uh boy was time savage bad where's joe and houston renate him that's his boy right tom savage it's been one of the worst in the league over the last three seasons of their offense despite all the money they spent at receiver and running back they've gone through ryan fitzpatrick case gain i'm rhyme out brian roy or dj aides brain and wedin braga osweiler tom savage it really is a litany of terrible quarterbacks right now they play the bangor wales on thursday in cincinnati correct and that he was so bad adult and your boy ginger was so bad on sunday i've never seen ever look that bad and they have this mccarron guy standing on the sidelines that has been pretty good when he's come in he's played well so man those two teams really sold that game for thursday night yesterday high with their performance today you the natty didn't that really want to make you watch them again on thursday night after those two games yesterday i mean it's unbelievable but i gotta tell you there are a lot of bad teams like a lotta performances so but but you're not will watch thursday i that matter who's blind we're going to be locked in here the cowboys snapped a threegame losing streak that a giant nineteen to three poor fast in dallas are boy high heat was at.
"barrick" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"Following in in his shadow except about obviously barrick and daring okay all right steve you wanna call your shot here a one week from now who we losing i don't i don't i go let's so i want to discuss though i am willing to discuss the guy we'll talk about that on the feedback show certainly this week but really eighty minute episode coming up next week you way they expect that we will get some major character deaths coming up in next week's episode as we head into the game only six episodes left after next week of the entire series and we have not really lost any major major players year in season seven so i think we would expect probably a high body count coming up we lost a lot of red shirts tonight steven add this was a little frustrating for me in the snow where i was watching the episode and then you know you would see a guy who is that guy who was on nobody nobody don't yeah and of alex said does it was just another just another a charitable nobody nobody important nobody important that i mean i came into this season being certain policy was going to die in the last episode of the season now i'm pretty sure she's not going to die right leg now i don't think so i think she's magnesium to into the the back the back six seem player flag on this do we get any other business with the nights king coming up in next week's episode or is it all dealing with the political drama king's landing like are we done way north of the wall in next week's episode i also thought thing is very possible the wall may come down i think you you know to end this season on some big cataclysmic bat showed that leads into those final six episodes i think that would be a big big moment and a really exciting teased into the into the final six episodes so the wall coming down like if if i put it were to predict any one thing i would be it all right so steven one week from tonight you and i will be back together it's an eighty minute episodes of figure sometime around ten thirty or so.
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"Adequate nancy barrick komo news if you're headed out on a flight from seatac airport you might be light we are getting word of a ground delay at the airport because of smoke in the air the website flight stats dot com reports the average delay for departing flights says about 34 minutes delays are expected to last until around midnight and the smoke is coming from wildfires burning in british clip columbia carried south on the wind just look outside and that's why it's so hazy out there so delays in the air and certainly delays on the ground israel that's the case every day 404 your aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours here's marina tell certainly slow in many areas including northbound i 5 from the boeing freeway through everett at head up towards marysville northbound 405 starting to slow it's getting just a bit bunched up just north of 520 up through told them lake into the 522 interchange and then again through canyon park it's solid northbound i5 if you're trying to head into snohomish counties that that's going to be difficult from at least northgate all the way through mountlake terrace into lynnwood southbound as bumpertobumper from northgate into downtown 520 looking good both directions across lake washington i90 though you'll see some slowdowns westbound approaching the mouth tunnel and eastbound as you come out of the tunnel as well unify brake lights southbound 405 through bellevue from 520 down to newcastle northbound is struggling out of south center area through the renton scurves southbound i toughened the duwamish curves to i five sixteen southbound 167 slow out of renton down a canton then again from modern it in the sumner southbound i5 solid from highway 18 through the 5 curve as you head down towards portland avenue a northbound i5 still solid north of lacey as you head up through.
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"M a r k get started right now so you completely out of your timeshare before next year's fees are do that's eight eight eight eight eight eight four five five m a r k to cancel your timeshare all right let's see who is out there oh great my call screen just went down mr producer no here it is it's back like magic jason athens alabama the great wtvn and go more art is great to speak with you thank you um i i i'm really struggling with this whole you know special carolco in all of that because i really think good no matter what really comes at all it it it's not going to be good enough because the way the democrat herbs broken to the american worker years is is of on a motion aaron upon clear and the way that republicans have tried to communicate with barrick cooperate has been grew back nearby air what uh the republican control the not just a majority of the state legislatures a large majority the state legislatures the republicans control large majority of the governorships republicans control the house in the senate the president what are gonna what's going to hurt the republicans is their lack of upholding their promises for instance obamacare's the biggest issue it's bigger than the border it's bigger than tax cuts and by the way those are huge issues don't get me wrong but when it comes to healthcare affects people in a very personal way it affects their family leeson a personal way and it affects them directly and what people see they're losing their policies they're losing options that third there that healthcare is becoming the the costs are just through the roof and unaffordable when they used to be affordable under all plans and the republicans promised repeal this bill and now now the american people are being sold a bullet goods that is what's going to cost the republicans.
"barrick" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Think if not normal and not happy herald all a hold on how do you how can you generally say that everyone in society has fear and anxiety because every day when you wake up our garrett of what they hold barrick you're gonna be if you're going to do good at your job and you're gonna come on and friendly bad it's going to happen every day they're back and happened here so you're not here i hear not paranoid how are you going to be prepared to live in a world of oblivion refund nothing could ever go wrong well i don't know that has to be seen as fear and anxiety about planning the day or planning your work i think it could be some seen another way i mean i i see it could be fear and anxiety are you in the younger category are you'll younger and older person on honey failures all okay well you're still you know you're still struggling in the in that regard but i i wouldn't say you're wrong i mean in that regard i would say that you can't say everyone wakes up with anxiety and fear i mean if you had good sex general you don't have fear and anxiety i guess yeah i had gotten back backed by and i think that i i thought hearing friday oh bingo you got me what that you've got me would that uppercut yeah i mean away amid now maybe that's why you have fear and anxiety maybe it's a reflection of guilt no i don't think so i think that everybody has every some form of era friday whether small or large wait a minute i'm not only to push this but he mean even after good intimate relations you still wake up anxious why not you never know what happened today tomorrow murdiono about tomorrow whom i gotta call home i wanna talk something of entry have no wrong and eventually so you're you're a kick you're you're if you're a fun person grace you're a nice fun person did you share any of this with your power more that you have fear.