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Monitor Show 19:00 09-28-2023 19:00
"Zoe Hoecker is a welder who practices his craft in the metaverse with ForgeFX's virtual training platform. He says, Virtual welding lets me train as much as I want, increasing my skills and access to opportunity. Through Tulsa Welding School, Zoe and other welders can use ForgeFX's platform to uplevel their expertise and answer the need for more skilled workers in today's economy. These are the ways skilled professionals are using the metaverse today. Learn more at meta .com slash metaverse impact. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg Daybreak Asia for this Friday, September 29th in Hong Kong, Thursday, September 28th in New York. Coming up this hour, Nike reports quarterly profit above estimates as an inventory glut eases. The United Auto Workers Union is aiming for a 30 % wage bump as the UAW looks to emerge from its strike. And China Evergrande says its billionaire founder is being suspected of crimes. Congress is running out of time to avert a shutdown with no progress reported. Pence says Trump and GOP have abandoned conservative low tax policies. Taiwan unveils a new submarine to fend off possible China attack. I'm Ed Baxter with Global News. Barcelona is being investigated for potentially bribing referees. I'm Dan Schwartzman. I'll have that story and more coming up in Bloomberg Sports. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. On Bloomberg 1130 New York, Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington, D .C. Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston, Bloomberg 960 San Francisco, Sirius XM119 and around the world on BloombergRadio .com and via the Bloomberg Business Act. It's a little past eight in the morning in Tokyo.
Monitor Show 19:00 09-27-2023 19:00
"With Bloomberg, you get the story behind the story, the story behind the global birth rate, behind your EV batteries' environmental impact, behind sand, yeah, sand, you get context, and context changes everything. Go to Bloomberg .com to get context. Is truly slowing its pace of growth, but it's still buying in lots of commodities. All right, we're coming up to the top of the hour. We'll get to the top stories in the markets next. The next hour of Bloomberg Daybreak Asia begins right now. What's up, everybody, I'm Ed Baxter with Global News. Manchester City is eliminated from the Carabao Cup by Newcastle United. I'm Dan Schwartzman. I'll have that story and more coming up in Bloomberg Sports. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. On Bloomberg 1130 New York, Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington DC, Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston, Bloomberg 960 San Francisco, Sirius XM 119, and around the world on Bloombergradio .com and via the Bloomberg Business App. DBA, the Thursday edition, and we're about an hour away from trading in Tokyo.
Monitor Show 18:00 09-27-2023 18:00
"With Bloomberg, you get the story behind the story, the story behind the global birth rate, behind your EV battery's environmental impact, behind sand, yeah, sand, you get context. And context changes everything. Go to Bloomberg .com to get context. I'm standing in my lane. I'm not trying to be funny here. It's only Wednesday -loving. All right, that'll do it for Tim and me. Have a great and safe evening, everybody. Don't go anywhere. This is Bloomberg Daybreak Asia for this Thursday, September 28th in Hong Kong, Wednesday, September 27th in New York. And coming up today... Shares in microns slide after the company forecast a loss that is steeper than expected. Citadel plans to push back against the SEC's probe on WhatsApp. And Japan and the U .S. warn of China -backed hackers targeting both American and Japanese companies. GOP now says government shutdown is about the border. Senate will work on passing a resolution to stop the shutdown. GOP debate tonight, and the giant pandas are going back to China. I'm Ed Baxter with Global News. Manchester City is eliminated from the Carabao Cup by Newcastle United. I'm Dan Schwartzman. I'll have that story and more coming up in Bloomberg Sports. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. On Bloomberg 1130 New York, Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington, D .C., Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston, Bloomberg 960 San Francisco, Sirius XM 119, and around the world on BloombergRadio .com and via the Bloomberg Business App. Hi everybody, on this Thursday morning here in Hong Kong...
Monitor Show 18:00 09-26-2023 18:00
"When professional soccer player Marcus Rashford injured his shoulder, he turned to Resle's virtual reality training program to help him maintain his skills and return to the field with confidence. Learn more at meta .com slash metaverse impact. They're great people. They're great people. They are. Yeah, they are. We are. We are. You are, and you too. You too, Johnny. Well, I don't know about that. Alright, that's gonna do it for Tim and me, and for John. Well, Tucker, coming up, Daybreak Asia starts right now. Over monopolized online marketplace services. Open AI is said to be in talks for a potential share sale with a valuation of 90 billion dollars. Alibaba's logistics arm, Sino, files for a Hong Kong IPO. Biden at UAW rally. Judge says Trump liable for overstating his worth. South Korea U .S. warned Kim Jong Un about the use of nukes. The Senate starts work on preventing a government shutdown. I'm Ed Baxter with Global News. Manchester United dominates in the World Cup, while Barcelona struggles in La Liga. I'm Dan Schwartzman. I'll have that story and more coming up in Bloomberg Sports. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. On Bloomberg 1130 New York. Bloomberg 1991 Washington DC. Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston. Bloomberg 960 San Francisco. Sirius XM 119. And around the world on Bloombergradio .com and via the Bloomberg Business app.
Monitor Show 19:00 09-24-2023 19:00
"Today, ophthalmologists can get countless hours to practice their surgical skills before operating on real patients, thanks to fundamental VR and Orbis's Metaverse training platform. Learn more at meta .com slash metaverse impact. I'm getting the data. There's lots of other data, sort of the non -government data that we look at, and I guess we'd have to rely on that more. Data that's different. Yeah. Thanks very much. The next hour of Bloomberg Daybreak Asia begins right now. The big three can emerge as winners. Hollywood studios and screenwriters are close to resolving a dispute over a contract renewal. Apple may be scaling up its India production by more than five -fold over the next five years. New Biden polling on the economy is dismal. China warning military personnel about being careful with whom they associate. Russian foreign minister to visit North Korea. I'm Ed Baxter with Global News. Arsenal and Tottenham played to a draw in the North London derby. I'm Dan Schwartzman. I'll have that story and more coming up in Bloomberg Sports.
Monitor Show 18:00 09-24-2023 18:00
"Today, ophthalmologists can get countless hours to practice their surgical skills before operating on real patients, thanks to fundamental VR and Orbis' Metaverse training platform. Learn more at meta .com slash metaverse impact. Good morning at 5 a .m. Wall Street time for the latest on markets overseas and the news you need to start your day. I'm Tom Busby. Stay with us. Top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. The big three can emerge as winners. Hollywood studios and screenwriters are close to resolving a dispute over a contract renewal. Apple may be scaling up its India production by more than five fold over the next five years. New Biden polling on the economy is dismal. China warning military personnel about being careful with whom they associate. Russian foreign minister to visit North Korea. I'm Ed Baxter with Global News. Arsenal and Tottenham played to a draw in the North London derby. I'm Dan Schwartzman. I'll have that story and more coming up in Bloomberg Sports. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. On Bloomberg 1130 New York, Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington D .C., Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston, Bloomberg 960 San Francisco, Sirius XM 119 and around the world on Bloombergradio .com and via the Bloomberg Business App. Hi everybody, good morning on this Monday morning.
Monitor Show 23:00 09-20-2023 23:00
"Interactive Brokers charges USD margin loan rates from 5 .83 % to 6 .83%. Rated the lowest margin fees by stockbrokers .com. Rates subject to change. Learn more at ibkr .com slash compare. Baxter. And I'm Denise Pellegrini. And this is Bloomberg. Stay with us now. Top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. This is Bloomberg Radio. President Biden says the US does not want competition with China to tip into conflict. When it comes to China, we seek to responsibly manage the competition between our countries. Speaking to the UN General Assembly on Tuesday, the president said the country is for de -risking, not decoupling from China. Biden said the US will push back on aggression and intimidation, but will stand ready to work with China on issues where progress hinges on common efforts. White House officials who were previously going to travel to Detroit will now stay in Washington. President Biden said last week that Labor Secretary Julie Hsu and senior advisor Gene Sperling would go to Detroit to give support as the United Auto Workers and companies try to work out a deal. Hunter Biden is planning to plead not guilty to federal gun charges after he was indicted last week. That's what his attorney said in a court filing Tuesday. Biden is also asking for his initial court appearance to be held remotely. The president's son was charged with three federal criminal counts. The Texas border town of Eagle Pass is issuing an emergency declaration as it struggles with a huge surge of illegal immigrants.
Monitor Show 19:00 09-18-2023 19:00
"With Bloomberg, you get the story behind the story, the story behind the global birth rate, behind your EV battery's environmental impact, behind sand, yeah, sand, you get context, and context changes everything. Go to Bloomberg .com to get context. Yeah, it's art, I guess. They're not even arguing that. All right, well, we've got plenty for you. No blank spaces here on this program the next hour of Bloomberg Daybreak Asia begins right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act, this is Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg Daybreak Asia for this Tuesday, September 19th in Hong Kong, Monday, September 18th in New York. Coming up this hour, Instacart prices its IPO at $30 a share. Disney is exploring the sale of its Indian streaming and TV business, and China's central bank meets with JP Morgan, Tesla, and others in a vow to support foreign businesses. A stop -gap government funding bill agreement, Hague arguments on charges of Russian genocide, China flies the most fighter jets near Taiwan in at least three years. I'm Ed Baxter with Global News. Struggling Manchester United's injury woes deep in. I'm Dan Schwartzman. I'll have that story and more coming up in Bloomberg Sports. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia, on Bloomberg 1130 New York, Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington D .C., Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston, Bloomberg 960 San Francisco, Sirius XM 119, and around the world on BloombergRadio .com and via the Bloomberg Business Act. In about an hour from now, we'll have trading in the Japanese equity market after a holiday on Monday.
Monitor Show 19:00 09-17-2023 19:00
"With Bloomberg, you get the story behind the story, the story behind the global birth rate, behind your EV battery's environmental impact, behind sand, yeah, sand, you get context. And context changes everything. Go to Bloomberg .com to get context. Each university is doing different things in order to get to that kind of result. That's another story. It's a great story. It's another story to look at more closely in the coming hour. The next hour of Bloomberg Daybreak Asia begins right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg Daybreak Asia for this Monday, September 18th in Hong Kong. Sunday, September 17th in New York. Coming up this hour, GM CEO Mary Barra says the UAW strike didn't need to happen. Chinese developer Country Garden faces two more tests due later today. And Chinese authorities detain staff of China Evergrande's money management business. U .S. and China officials meet to keep lines of communication open. Donald Trump on Meet the Press repeats judicial system is filled with thugs. UAW says 21 percent Stellantis wage proposal is a no -go. I'm Ed Baxter with Global News. Arsenal wins again while Chelsea continues to struggle. I'm Dan Schwartzman. I'll have that story and more coming up in Bloomberg Sports. We don't have action in either Japanese equity trading...
Monitor Show 18:00 09-17-2023 18:00
"With Bloomberg, you get the story behind the story, the story behind the global birth rate, behind your EV battery's environmental impact, behind sand, yeah, sand, you get context. And context changes everything. Go to Bloomberg .com to get context. I'm Buzzfeed. Stay with us. Top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. This is Bloomberg Daybreak Asia for this Monday, September 18th in Hong Kong, Sunday, September 17th in New York. And coming up today, GM CEO Mary Barra says the UAW strike didn't need to happen. Chinese developer Country Garden faces two more tests due today. And Chinese authorities detain staff of China Evergrande's money management business. U .S. and China officials meet to keep lines of communication open. Donald Trump on Meet the Press repeats judicial system is filled with thugs. UAW says 21 percent Stellantis wage proposal is a no -go. I'm Ed Baxter with Global News. Arsenal wins again while Chelsea continues to struggle. I'm Dan Schwartzman. I'll have that story and more coming up in Bloomberg Sports. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. On Bloomberg 1130 New York, Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington, D .C., Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston, Bloomberg 960 San Francisco, Sirius XM 119, and around the world on BloombergRadio .com and via the Bloomberg Business App. Hi, everybody. Good morning on this Monday here in the Asia Pacific. In Hong Kong, I'm Brian Curtis.
Monitor Show 12:00 09-17-2023 12:00
"Interactive Brokers charges USD margin loan rates from 5 .83 percent to 6 .83 percent. Rated the lowest margin fees by stockbrokers .com. Rates subject to change. Learn more at ibkr .com slash compare. And that is it for this edition of Bloomberg Best. I'm Ed Baxter. And I'm Denise Pellegrini. And this is Bloomberg. Stay with us now. Top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. This is a Bloomberg Money Minute. Technology is changing the car business and not just with electric vehicles. Bloomberg reporter Keith Naughton says it's giving automakers a chance to sell new services to owners long after the car has left the showroom. Whether it's infotainment in the dashboard or safety features or convenience features like the hands -free driving. Automakers often sell these services by subscription, helping to smooth out the ups and downs of the car business. It gives you that continuous revenue stream that they don't have from just selling cars. And secondly, the profit margins on these subscription services are huge. And subscription services are not just showing up in electric cars. It doesn't have to be an electric car to have a working modem. All cars have modems now. And so it does not have to be an electric vehicle. Commercial fleets are among the early adopters, helping them to monitor where and how their vehicles are driven. But consumers are close behind. Larry Kofsky, Bloomberg Radio. Look through your children's eyes to see the true magic of a forest. It's a storybook world for them. You look and see a tree. They see the wrinkled face of a wizard with arms outstretched to the sky. They see treasure in pebbles.
Monitor Show 15:00 09-16-2023 15:00
"With Bloomberg, you get the story behind the story, the story behind the global birth rate, behind your EV batteries' environmental impact, behind sand. Yeah, sand. You get context. And context changes everything. Go to Bloomberg .com to get context. And that is it for this edition of Bloomberg Best. I'm Ed Baxter. And I'm Denise Pellegrini. And this is Bloomberg. Stay with us now. Top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. United auto workers are holding talks with Ford and GM on day two of the UAW strike. Union members are striking for better pay and pension benefits. Representatives for both GM and Ford say negotiations have resumed after Friday's pause. Union leaders are pushing for what they call a strong and fair contract. President Biden sent two high level White House officials to help mediate the talks. Post tropical cyclone Lee is slamming New England as it barrels toward Canada. The latest update from the National Hurricane Center says Lee is now packing top winds of 75 miles per hour, about 100 miles south southeast of Eastport, Maine. Some 85 ,000 customers have lost power in Maine. Forecasters say tropical storm conditions are likely to continue for several more hours along the coast of Maine and Cape Cod. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton will remain in office. State senators voted on 16 articles of impeachment today after ending deliberations. The senators acquitted the attorney general of all counts. Paxton only needed to be convicted of one of the articles to automatically be removed from office. He was accused of abusing the power of his office to help a political donor. U .S. Supreme Court Justice Katanji Brown Jackson is calling for American schools to teach the history of racism in the U .S. Jackson was in Birmingham, Alabama, on Friday to mark the 60th anniversary of his death.
Monitor Show 19:00 09-15-2023 19:00
"With Bloomberg, you get the story behind the story, the story behind the global birth rate, behind your EV battery's environmental impact, behind sand, yeah, sand, you get context. And context changes everything. Go to Bloomberg .com to get context. That is it for this edition of Bloomberg Best. I'm Ed Baxter. And I'm Denise Pellegrini. And this is Bloomberg. Stay with us now. Top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. President Biden spoke about the issue. Auto companies have seen record profits, including the last few years, because of the extraordinary skill and sacrifices of UAW workers. Speaking from the White House today, Biden also said he believes union workers have not been paid fairly over the past several years. The strike kicked off Friday after the current contract expired at midnight. Parts of coastal New England are bracing for tropical storm conditions as Hurricane Lee moves northward in the western Atlantic. The latest update from the National Hurricane Center says Lee remains a large hurricane with top winds of 80 miles an hour. Unsealed court records show the special counsel investigating former President Trump obtained direct messages from Trump's Twitter account. The court documents reveal special federal counsel Jack Smith's investigators warn Trump could precipitate violence if he was made aware about their efforts to get the messages. California is one step closer to becoming the first state in the nation.
Monitor Show 19:00 09-14-2023 19:00
"With Bloomberg, you get the story behind the story, the story behind the global birth rate, behind your EV battery's environmental impact, behind sand, yeah, sand, you get context. And context changes everything. Go to Bloomberg .com to get context. On the UAW, whether it goes on strike, Keith Norton is going to join. Indeed. And we'll also have a little bit more on what's going on with the IPO and arm holdings that's ahead. Thank you, Vani. This is Bloomberg Daybreak Asia for this Friday, September 15th in Hong Kong, Thursday, September 14th in New York. Coming up this hour, shares and arm holdings jump on their U .S. trading debut. Disney is said to be holding initial talks to sell ABC to Nexstar Media Group. And the United Auto Workers and the Big Three are approaching a deadline to agree on a new contract. DOJ files gun charge against Hunter Biden. McCarthy says the right wing of his party will not shut the government down. New Hong Kong nightlife campaign. I'm Ed Baxter with Global News. Messi and Mbappe in Holland lead FIFA's The Best Men's Player nominees. I'm Dan Schwartzman. And I'll have that story and more coming up in Bloomberg Sports. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia, on Bloomberg 1130 New York, Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington, D .C., Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston, Bloomberg 960 San Francisco, Sirius XM 119 and around the world on BloombergRadio .com and via the Bloomberg Business app. It's a little past eight in the morning in Tokyo. We made it to Friday in Asia, which is the final day of the trading week.
Monitor Show 19:00 09-13-2023 19:00
"With Bloomberg, you get the story behind the story. The story behind the global birth rate. Behind your EV batteries environmental impact. Behind sand. Yeah, sand. You get context. And context changes everything. Go to Bloomberg .com to get context. Customers in the US market. That's Mercedes -Benz head of North America, Dimitris Tsilakis, joining us, talking there to Matt Miller and John Ehrlichman. This is Bloomberg. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com. And the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg Daybreak Asia for this Thursday, September 14th in Hong Kong. Wednesday, September 13th in New York. Coming up this hour. A Fed rate hike may be in play as core inflation in the US unexpectedly rises. Soft bank owned Arm Holdings is said to be pricing its IPO at the top end of its marketed range. And China raises concerns about security problems with Apple's iPhone. UAW sets auto industry deadline for potential strike. McCarthy says he would use subpoena power in Biden impeachment inquiry. Kim and Putin meet. I'm Ed Baxter with Global News. A Senate subcommittee subpoenas Saudi Arabia about their golf deal. I'm Dan Schwartzman. I'll have that story and more coming up in Bloomberg Sports. We're less than.
Monitor Show 18:00 09-13-2023 18:00
"With Bloomberg, you get the story behind the story, the story behind the global birth rate, behind your EV battery's environmental impact, behind sand, yeah, sand, you get context. And context changes everything. Go to Bloomberg .com to get context. We love it when you join us as well, Simone, Bloomberg TV correspondent filling in for Carol Masler this afternoon. Thank you so much, Simone. That does it for Bloomberg Businessweek. I'm Tim Stenebeck with Simone Foxman. And Bloomberg Daybreak Asia starts right now. I'm Ed Baxter with Global News. A Senate subcommittee subpoenas Saudi Arabia about their golf deal. I'm Dan Schwartzman. I'll have that story and more coming up in Bloomberg Sports. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. On Bloomberg 1130 New York, Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington, D .C., Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston, Bloomberg 960 San Francisco, Sirius XM 119, and around the world on BloombergRadio .com and via the Bloomberg Business app. A little past six in the evening on Wall Street. We are wheels up for the Thursday.
Monitor Show 18:00 09-12-2023 18:00
"With Bloomberg, you get the story behind the story, the story behind the global birth rate, behind your EV batteries' environmental impact, behind sand, yeah, sand, you get context. And context changes everything. Go to Bloomberg .com to get context. Disappointed in the cloud stuff, Oracle shares got whacked, what, 13 %? That's a big loss today. Biggest loss is March of 2002. Doug Krisner, we love it when you join us. That does it for Bloomberg Businessweek. I'm Tim Stanek with Jess Men, Daybreak Asia starts now. And OPEC Plus signaling its biggest supply crunch in a decade. McCarthy launches impeachment inquiry into Biden. CDC advisory panel greenlights new COVID shot. Kim in Russia. I'm Ed Baxter with Global News. Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers will miss the season with the torn Achilles. I'm Dan Schwartzman. I'll have Baxter, we have more coming up in Bloomberg Sports. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. On Bloomberg 1130 New York, Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington, D .C., Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston, Bloomberg 960 San Francisco, Sirius XM 119, and around the world on BloombergRadio .com and via the Bloomberg Business App. It's a little past six in the evening on Wall Street, the Wednesday edition of Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. If you're joining from the APAC region, good morning. I'm Doug Krisner at the Bloomberg Interactive.
Monitor Show 19:00 09-11-2023 19:00
"Indeed that was the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt speaking exclusively with our very own Aslinda Armin. A quick look at some of those assets in play right now just taking a look at the oil price we were looking at earlier WGI at near highs of the year 87 bucks for 30 cents. The barrel we've got a 10 -year yielding 4 .28 % and a dollar which is steady after losses in the last 24 hours. This is Bloomberg. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg Daybreak Asia for this Tuesday September 12th in Hong Kong Monday September 11th in New York. Coming up today Apple renews its deal with Qualcomm in a sign in -house iPhone chips may not be ready. Disney and Charter Communications agree to end a blackout of ESPN and ABC for millions of customers and China's economy shows signs of stability as credit growth rises. US and NATO say Russia must be desperate to accept munitions from North Korea. FDA approves new COVID vaccine remembering 9 -11. I'm Ed Baxter with Dan Schwartzman. I'll have that story and more coming up in Bloomberg Sports. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia on Bloomberg 1130 New York Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington DC Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston Bloomberg 960 San Francisco Sirius XM 119 and around the world on Bloombergradio .com and via the Bloomberg Business Act.
"baxter" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"I know that they believe that that's going to be the case. And Anthony Edwards said it the other night. Once we get the big fella back, we're going to be in great shape. But it's going to be a tall task for him to get up and run in in whatever it is, 15 games, ten games, and then for them to find some sort of synergy, but the way that it looks right now, it can't get much worse because it's not going great right now. And I do believe in Carl Anthony towns. I always have believed in him. I think that is three point shooting will help. I think that his overall offense will help. But it's going to be a breakneck pace to get that back. And then they're going to have to evaluate everything in the off season and take a look at where they're at. But we'll see, they believe in cat. And I think that he'll make a big difference when he's back out there, but we got to see him out there first. Yeah, his three point shooting will help. His three point shooting at center is a game birth. His three point shooting at power forward with Rudy Gobert on the floor is very, very helpful. And there's a big difference between those two things and then who is he guarding and how is he guarding force regarding 5s as he's guarding stretch force like all of those are big questions because Carl Anthony towns is for all the nice things we're saying for him has been a minus on defense his entire career, but the accepted idea he walked in like he's I thought he was going to be a good defender. He looked great in his first 20 games and it just hasn't, it hasn't played out by the way under discussed footnotes with the Jimmy Butler trade was Justin Patton and getting that 16th pick and doing nothing with it. But that's a discussion for another day and getting no picks when you send them to Philly. That was the big thing. We sent Jimmy Butler Philly. Yeah, you got, I mean, that's why I got mixed up for a second. They got Covington, sorry. And Jared. And his second round pick and it's like, how? Yeah. Terribly, terribly handled. This is too depressing. We have 19 games left to write the ship. Here we go. Coming back at some point TBD, you got a lot of rock talent, the west is open. One and a half games behind 5, let's go. After the 7th season, shoot for the stars. It's right there. You will be there to chronicle it all. Nobody covers this team like you. It's always a joy to talk to you. I hope to see you soon, my friend. Always great
"baxter" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"I do think that they also underestimated how quickly Rudy Gobert would be able to assimilate here in Minnesota and earlier this season I talked to Mike Conley before he was traded here. Donovan Mitchell and Joe ingles about the process of getting to learn how to play with Rudy. And they all said it took a year. And they had to figure things out. It just takes a while to get that down. The problem is, the wolves don't have a year to wait for this because Rudy's gonna be 31 next year. He's getting older. And there's a lot of pressure on everything right now with the way that it is. The good news for them is that Anthony Edwards is a franchise player. And only getting better. You can build around that. You can figure things out as you go along, but when you bring Rudy Gobert in and when you, when you trade the chips that they did, that pushes everything to the middle of the table quicker and they have not been able to withstand the injury to towns and they have not been quite ready for Rudy hasn't been ready to do it either. And so it is just kind of it's sped up the process because normally you'd say, hey, ant, have all the turnovers you want right now, just figure this stuff out on your own and in two or three years, it'll all pay dividends. It probably will eventually anyway for them, but they need to win right now. Just given the stakes of the deal and that's the double edged sword that has come with this with this trade right now. If the whatever percent it ends up being, it could be 0.5%. It could be 4% if that pick becomes one Manama. They need to I think the NBA should make them rename the target center. The Jared Vanderbilt center or the center for the jazz center. Something like that. Let's go through their quickly here. It's tiebreaker season now. Tiebreakers. They're tiebreaker situation isn't even that good. Flippers, they're up one oh, they got two games left. Okay, that's in play. Good for them. They're up in that one. Pelicans one one, that's their season finale will win or lose that one. They only play them three times. You taught two two division record. They've got the edge. OKC, they've won three to one. Golden State, that was a big loss last night. During now one and two with one game left at Golden State. Portland one and two, one game left at home against Portland, clippers, one one decided tomorrow about 30 hours after this podcast gets posted, they will have a game that decides that one, Dallas, they've won two to one, so the tiebreakers aren't even that great for them. And I'll just end with this. I mentioned all the money they've got locked up. And the fake cap space savior that won't be coming for them. My biggest fear since the moment they made that Gobert trade and I said at that night was that they are going to from a position of weakness have to trade cat to make up for the pick equity to declutter their budget to just make their team make more sense and cats too good to trade because we just kind of have to, but it just, it just feels inevitable that we're going to get to like June 10th and someone is going to report like anonymous sources say blah blah blah is interested in cat and I don't know what they should do. It is felt like the inevitable endgame since that trade happened that at the very least it's going to be something that's talked about between teams. Yeah, it's absolutely a teams are already talking about it. There's no doubt that other teams are eyeing this situation and looking to see if cat will become available. I can tell you from everyone that I've talked to within the organization, they very much believe in cat. They believe that once he comes back and they have some time to build around ant and Gobert and cat, they very much believe that that can still work. Chris Finch believes it, Tim Connolly believes that. So they don't have any plans to trade him. But if the bottom falls out of this thing and they go forward that way, there are going to be teams knocking on the door. I do think that overall, especially locally here, there is a lack of appreciation among fans for what Karl Anthony towns is as a player. He's awesome. He is, he doesn't have to say it anymore. He's the best shooting a big man of all time. And he might be the most well rounded scoring big man of all time. Yep, and he gets blamed for everything here, but he's had 5 general managers and 7 head coaches in 8 years. And so just think about general managers is almost more mind-blowing than the 7 head coaches. Yeah, it's incredible. As much as much as fans want to say that cat has failed to raise this team up or whatever. The Timberwolves have failed him as much or more. More, I would say, just in terms of the infrastructure around him, the Jimmy Butler nonsense, like all of the things that have happened here. They traded, I mean, apologies apologies to the people they traded for him, they didn't. Well, they made out pretty well on the butler trade. I mean, they gave up Levine, they gave up, they gave up done, they gave it. It became marketing. So they traded real stuff for a second I got mixed up with Philly who got Julie butler for like really next to nothing and blew it with him. These teams just blew it with Jimmy Butler. You know, look, it's just, it's just math and common sense, like you can't trade and no one's going to give you anything of note for Gobert on that contract. Maybe not anything of note, but you're not going to come close to what you gave up. I hope it doesn't come to that. I hope it doesn't come to that. And again, there's 19 games left in the season and maybe a play in and playoff. We'll see what happens when he comes back. When he comes back, they have talent and so it's just a matter of do the puzzle pieces fit together. If you have, if you have Edwards, you have McDaniels, you have towns, you have Gobert. That is a good for some there to go into a game with, especially into playing into playoffs with. It's just a matter of can you make that fit together?
"baxter" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"So with the way that the wolves are playing right now, I do think it is, if they could get to 7, that would be amazing. I think that around here locally fans are very much thinking that 6 has that ship has sailed, like that, how do you overcome Dallas, the Lakers are coming up from behind them with some force and you just look at the way that teams are playing right now. I mean, you watch the clippers and the nuggets player, the, you know, the clippers and the Mavericks are, you know, some of these other teams, the Lakers and they are all playing with energy with force with some sort of intensity in the wolves are flat right now. And how do they rediscover that is a big, big issue that they are going through. I think that Anthony Edwards is learning what life is like as the one number one scoring option. And Rudy Gobert, they are great when Rudy Gobert is on the floor defensively. They're terrible when he's on the floor offensively. And so they don't have anything right now. Chris Finch said it after the Charlotte loss. We do not have anything to hang our hats on. There is not like some sort of foundational lineup. Sets that you can go to in the half court that make them think if we just do this, we are in good shape. They are searching for an identity right now. And it is very hard to rediscover that on the fly, playing some of the opponents that they're going to be playing. I think you just said the word that's been on my mind every time I've watched them is identity. And I just don't know what it is. And part of that is that, and you mentioned cat, the hints that Kat may be coming back soon. Well, soon, I mean, there's 19 games left in their season. The first 21 games with Rudy were a messy learning process as you would have expected it to be. Well, that learning process was cut short, and it has to, it's not like you just now fit cat into a team that has figured out lots of stuff about itself and where he fits. That learning process has to start again almost from scratch when he comes back whenever that is. And in the meantime, I just don't know, you know, what they're sort of founding principle identity organizational principle really is and you look at the way they play and the numbers, what striking to me is how they totally remodeled their team, not remodeled, but they add this big piece in Gobert that's supposed to stabilize certain things about your team. And in a lot of ways, there's still kind of similar to last season's team and we can start with I look at them all the non shooting ingredients that make up what you are as a team works totally out of whack last year and are still out of whack in like the same way as this year. So you look defensively there 11. That's pretty good. I mean, you'd like to be a little better than that, not just Gobert. McDaniels is an all defense candidate guarding everyone from point guards to Klay Thompson to power forwards and has become a very good defensive player. But 11th is okay. And it's the same stuff as last year. They're dead last in opponent free throw rate. They allow more free throws than anybody. There are 27th in defensive rebounding, which is just, I just don't understand why they can't get rebounds for the second straight year, at least. And they're forcing a ton of turnovers, which is exactly how they were when they were playing that blitzing frenzied scheme with cat at the top because you can't have cat as a protector. Well, the whole point of Gobert was to dial that back and become a sort of more conservative, reliable defense, they haven't done that and part of the Gobert towns messy learning process I mentioned was figuring out, okay, what do we want Rudy on screen setter so that we can play a drop defense? When do we want to put Rudy Robert Williams? The third style on your PJ Tucker's and let him roam and put cat at the point of attack and when we do that, do we want cat playing that trapping blitzing style we did last year? Do we want a different kind of style? They have an answer to any of those questions. And the metrics of their defense do not look like a Rudy Gobert defense at all. It's like a weird they project statistically as this frenzied team and they don't play really with that frenzy anymore. It's strange. Yeah, there's an identity crisis in that the holdovers from last season had some success with that frenzied style. They bring Rudy Gobert in and they try to play more of the drop coverage controlled style and that didn't, that was a hard adjustment for Anthony Edwards for Jade McDaniels four D'angelo Russell when he was here for Karl Anthony towns. It was a lot of changing the way that they felt that they had been successful. And they looked at it as last year of, hey, we made the playoffs. We could have beaten Memphis with this style and so now you're asking us to change and the early returns on it were difficult. And so I think that was a hard thing for a lot of the players, especially the young ones. To absorb. And to say, this is a harder way of playing for us, even if in the long term it's going to be better and more effective, I think that there was a reluctance early to embrace that. And so they have had to work through that part of playing with Rudy Gobert. It's not when Rudy Gobert comes into a team as they have found, you have to change a lot to accommodate him and to maximize him. That's why Mike Connolly is here right now. One of the reasons my Conley is here and not Deangelo Russell. And it's not like Donovan Mitchell just going into Cleveland and kind of doing what he does and just making it work. You have to be really high IQ, you have to be really on a string with Rudy Gobert and it just has not kind of played out that way for much of the season and oh, by the way, Rudy Gobert has not been the Rudy Gobert that we've seen in the past. He is not as reactive. He is not as quick moving to block shots. He does not block as many shots nearly as many as he did in Utah. There is just, he doesn't look comfortable either. And so ultimately, long story longer, the worst case scenario has played out for the Timberwolves in that with Carl Anthony towns out. They haven't even really gotten a chance to see if those two would have grown together and would have worked, or if it would have just been a complete disaster and not work. Now they're going into likely the stretch run and into this off season with not really any real sample size of does this pairing can this pairing work and that's gonna make it a lot harder to make decisions going forward for the next couple of years because he's just because Kat has been out for so long.
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"Tennessee redline one 808 8 9 9 7 8 9 in Tennessee. All right, let's take a break from Lakers and assorted other Western Conference things to stay in the west and it's a little interlude that is very welcome. I mentioned earlier that Damian Lillard just scored 71 points against the hapless Houston Rockets but still 71 is 71. He's on the greatest score in run of his career. He's averaging 32.3 points per game now for the season that's third in the entire stinking NBA. Behind only embiid and Luca and perfect timing, Baxter homes dropped a beautiful Damian Lillard feature, you went to Portland Baxter and spoke extensively to Damian Lillard about the sort of endless existential question of his career, which is what happens if you don't win a ring in Portland. Do you want to leave Portland, et cetera? What did you, why did you do this and what did you come out of this sort of thinking about Damian Lillard and his time in Portland? What stuck with you? Well, first of all, in terms of the timing, we'd actually talked about doing this at the beginning of the season. I think in September, we had, I talked to my editors about it, but then the NBA dropped their report on Robert sarver and the Phoenix Suns and everything else took a backseat for some time. But in January, went up for a week, spent time with him around the team, et cetera. His perspective about everything was really striking to me. And especially the way that he framed the way that we view championships in the whole conversation around the NBA. And downplaying someone's career if they don't win. And the value which he talked about of simply performing on a night tonight basis, you know, giving fans their money's worth having a connection to the city and this concept of today of ring chasing and trade requests and, you know, is the grass green or elsewhere and he had prospective. He talked about Russell Westbrook bouncing around from team to team and the way that some other teams have kind of struggled and tried to find their footing and everything, but his perspective, I mean, he's 32, but he is kind of the wisdom of somebody who's a lot older. But yeah, it was striking. We actually planned to publish this you and I are recording on Monday, but we plan to publish this tomorrow. He went bonkers last night, so we pushed it up a day early. So it's pretty well timing. He is, I mean, I have not spent a ton of time talking one on one with Damien Lillard. But it doesn't take you long to realize how compelling he is. And you even mention in your piece, he trained his eyes on you when he really wanted to make a point. And I contacted these guys have so many interactions with so many different people who want a piece of their time every day. It's only natural that both you, both them and sometimes us sort of zone out and focus on everything else that's going on in our brains and all the other stuff. He has this way of just like, I am talking to you and I'm gonna stare you down because I want you to actually listen to what I'm saying. And he's incredibly compelling. And the most time I've spent up in Portland was the year, I think it was 18, 19, they ended up making the Conference Finals. This is the 1819. I think 18, 19, yeah, I believe that's right. It's the year after they got swept by New Orleans in the first round. And I went up there because that sweep felt like it should have ended something with that franchise like a coaching change, a big trade, something. Like we've run it, this is run its course. We've got to pivot some way just for the sake of pivoting. And they didn't, and I wanted to answer the question, like what is that like to just get humiliated like that and bounce back? And he had this whole thing about how when he was a kid growing up in Oakland and one of the adults said, all right, you guys have to clean the house today. And if and if there were 6 kids, let's say 6, 7 cousins siblings, whatever around. If one person didn't do their part, that meant they all didn't do their part. It was nobody, there's no finger pointing, like everyone is supposed to do their part. So I'd have to look up the exact quote, but it was one of those things that this guy really believes this. And you talk to players around the team. Just how he sets the culture for that team. Like I had one player, I'll never forget to tell me, you know, a couple other guys were one guy was grumbling to another guy. Really low voice in the locker room about his minutes and not playing enough and dame heard it. And just went over there and was like, hey, just so you know, we don't do that here. Like, we're all pulling in one direction. There's just we're not verbalizing that here. Triano, who was an assistant with Portland for a long time early and Dave's career once told me a story that dame was out there pre game. You know how like the deep, deep bench guys play two on two or three on three with coaches and this might have been his rookie year even before the game and Dane was out there watching it and there was some goofy blooper in the game and dame kind of laughed at it in a way. Not maliciously just kind of chuckle that and J Toronto went over to him and was like, hey dame, just so you know man like this is these guys game. Like they're not playing tonight, this is serious. They see you when you do that, just keep that in mind. And he remembered that 8, 9 years later, whatever it was is like a fundamental lesson who's grew like I came out of that just a true Damian Lillard believer. And I still am. The point that you brought up a bit ago about like him making eye contact in that moment. It was really striking and what it was specifically. I was asking about some lyrics of where he kind of referenced Dirk Nowitzki and Giannis and what
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"Is here with more on what's going on in New York and around the world Michael Good morning Good morning Nathan New Jersey governor Phil Murphy says he's backing legislation to protect and expand abortion access in the state Murphy says that includes a requirement that insurers cover costs of the procedure Abortion is healthcare and healthcare decisions should be left up to the individual Your body belongs to you Governor Murphy says no one should be criminalized for getting the care they need It is the latest step taken by Democrats after a leaked opinion indicated the U.S. Supreme Court will overturn the landmark roe V wade decision The democratic leadership in the U.S. Senate has failed in its attempt to codify abortion rights into law Bloomberg's head Baxter has the story The vote to move the bill to the floor needed 60 eyes it got 49 Vice president Kamala Harris immediately made it a campaign issue And let's be clear the majority of the American people believe in defending a woman's right her choice To decide what happens to her own body Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell though says he doesn't understand the uproar Democrats are melting down because the Supreme Court may may uphold a Mississippi law that would limit abortion after 15 weeks The final Supreme Court opinion and ruling is due most probably in June In San Francisco I'm at Baxter Bloomberg daybreak Finish leaders have announced Finland must join NATO without delay given Russia's invasion in Ukraine Neighboring Sweden is expected to decide on joining NATO in the coming days New York City mayor Eric Adams and the NYPD are demanding the federal government revoked the business license of a prominent gun manufacturer They blame for the increase of ghost guns in the city Adam says the company polymer 80 sells untraceable ready to assemble gun bars online It comes as crime is on the rise in New York former New York congressman Joe Crowley says the economic impact of the pandemic is partly to blame I think this is all related in many respects to what's happened in terms of coming together Out of this virus the COVID-19 the impact that it's had on the overall economy Former democratic congressman Joe Crowley spoke on Bloomberg's balance of power with David Westin Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts more than a 120 countries Michael Barr this is Bloomberg Nathan Thanks Michael.
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"Been begs the endgame to hit home Caroline good morning and thank you as a war in Ukraine escalates The road to congressional approval for U.S. president Joe Biden's $33 billion relief bill for the country may not be easy Bloomberg's Ed Baxter has that story The Ukraine part has broad support across Congress but it risks getting snarled in his ask for COVID funding and immigration The Senate could vote on the emergency spending next week but the house will be on recess So Congress could finish by the week of May 9 and send it to the president but if Democrats insist on attaching long stalled funding for vaccinations and immigration costs it could be delayed indefinitely Biden did urge Democrats to patch them together In San Francisco I met Baxter Bloomberg daybreak Europe Now the mayor of Kyiv says authorities still can not guarantee safety to residents hoping to return after Russian forces pulled back from the outskirts of Ukraine's capital Vitaly Klitschko has told Bloomberg TV the exodus of businesses and people has already caused a hit of at least a $1 billion to the city's budget We can't guarantee the safety in capital just a week ago that the Russian record leisure in buildings in our hometown and 5 civilians is dead Meanwhile several Russian strikes have hit Kyiv as a UN secretary general Antonio Guterres is in the city for talks with the president of Vladimir zelensky and a British national has been killed in Ukraine and a second person is now missing Scott sibley was believed to be fighting with Ukrainian forces in either Mario pole or elsewhere in the Donbass region Now in earnings news Apple grew faster than expected last quarter generating record sales for a non holiday period sales and profit did top estimates fueled by strong demand for the iPhone and digital services with the company announcing $90 billion in new stock buybacks but the tech giant is warning supply constraints especially chip shortages could cost it four to $8 billion in revenue during the current quarter and Elon Musk who has said to have floated the idea of cutting costs and jobs at Twitter in his talks with banks to take over the social media giant Bloomberg understands he discussed ideas to monetize her platform and boost cash flow including potential subscription services Meanwhile filings do show that Tesla's CEO sold about $4 billion worth of shares in the electric carmaker since announcing his deal to buy a Twitter Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quits egg powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts symbol then 120 countries only Anne gerrans this is Bloomberg Caroline Thank you so much Lee and Gary's with today's top stories Now to COVID China is battling its worst outbreak of the pandemic so far senior Chinese health leader saying that Beijing's COVID zero policy actually just buys time to improve the vaccination rates for elderly people So sticking to doubling down on COVID zero in China Meanwhile here in the UK one child has died in Britain and more than a dozen have undergone liver transplants as a result of a mysterious outbreak of severe acute hepatitis to discuss this I'm joined by Bloomberg senior pharmaceutical analyst and head of research Sam physique good morning Sam thanks for being with us again I want to start off with the issue in the UK with these children Is it linked to COVID We've written a piece on it I think it's of great interest to listeners Perhaps if we're thinking that COVID is over that these cases have emerged Yeah good morning Caroline So you could draw a dotted line potentially to COVID Perhaps as a result of the lockdowns exposing us or reducing our exposure to viral pathogens of all shapes and forms And now suddenly we've come out two years later and we confronted with these things But I don't think there's any evidence that suggests this due to the virus In fact the UK analysis suggests that it's something called an adenovirus You have identified something with there's so many different adenoviruses One that seems to be quite prominent in these cases 41 F there's lots of them So it's not directly related There's no certainty of anything yet but it looks like it's an adenovirus Okay So that of interest and there's a whole quick take piece on it on the terminal If you want to know all the detail is COVID then over in the UK and Europe is there some concern around the summer at all briefly The main concern I have Caroline is obviously we're currently allowing giving the virus the absolute maximum opportunity to spread And our cases at least if you look at it based on the ONS data the office financial statistics don't seem to be skyrocketing or rising sharply What I do worry about is that there are some other sub variants on which I will update today on the Bloomberg intelligence platform A BA four BA 5 that we have heard of that is causing a spike in South Africa but let's not forget they're going into their winter Yes And there is the BA two 12 one that's rising rapidly in the U.S. in the few cases that are occurring Those seem to have yet more transmission fitness and I'm pretty sure that they'll end up in Europe too Okay so always the variant the mutation concern Turning to China then the outbreak the worst of the kind of two year pandemic in China happening now Their vaccines haven't been as effective but they are absolutely sticking to COVID zero Yeah but I'm interested in what you actually just said earlier about a top health official saying that we want to we want to vaccinate What have they been waiting for We've been going on about this And we're not in China We're not top health authorities It's the most obvious thing to have done If you can force people to stay in their homes force them to take daily tests or two or three times a day or whatever it is Why can't you force them to take a shot which is good for them Well the stats though apparently about according to our reporting 81% of China's elderly are currently vaccinated So they were talking about the booster jab Yeah well Shanghai's response also he said this official is at a critical stage And he's also added that COVID zero doesn't mean no cases And yet the kind of restrictions of the testing is still very very significant To me Caroline it sounds like they're slowly softening their stance Even if you give everybody a boost that is the problem Remember even here with our potentially relatively more effective vaccines we needed the third shot to get omicron under control in terms of severe disease Even with that you're still going to get cases We know that We've seen it here So the issue that we're going to have today are going to have to accept is that to move to that direction No cases it's over But then just really briefly vinograd a few seconds How do you work in a world where it's endemic everywhere else And China doesn't look down a city You don't You can't do it China would have to seal its borders to everybody Or a completely quarantine everybody who comes in because as we know even the testing before flying was pretty useless It was a really nice study that showed quite a few people on the plane were still infected So it's not going to work You have to have solid quarantines for entrance.
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"Now You've got a bit more detail actually on Andrew baby His Bloomberg's Samuel etchen good morning Good morning Caroline I do and let's start with the banking England governor Andrew Bailey he says governments should be prepared to accept economic hardships as the price for forcing Russia to end its war in Ukraine What Russia is doing in Ukraine as a polling which is why I know that walked out It's appalling And I think it's important that they understand there should be no appeasement of Russia because we have to deal with economic problems as a consequence of what's going on We just roll our sleeves up and deal with those And that's the right thing to do Hard though it can be at times Speaking on the sidelines of the IMF meetings in Washington he delivered his strongest warning yet that the UK's escalating cost of living crisis may tip the nation into recession Bailey speaks again later today And here in the UK consumer confidence has plunged to the lowest level since the recession in 2008 Monthly reading of consumer confidence has dropped to -38 for the month of April The number a decline of 7 points on the month was well below the forecast from economists That leaves the outlook for personal finances and the general economy worse than during the depth of the financial crisis And as the war in Ukraine entered this third month the U.S. has confirmed its sending ghost drones to the country Bloomberg's Ed Baxter has the story Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says ghosts will work well in Ukraine In discussions with the Ukrainians again about their requirements we believed that this particular system would very nicely suit their needs particularly in eastern Ukraine And President Biden says the military help is very large The United States alone has provided ten anti armor systems for every one Russian tank that's in Ukraine Biden says help is on the way In San Francisco I met Baxter Bloomberg daybreak Europe Meanwhile the U.S. is sending Ukraine another $1.3 billion in arms and economic aid of the new package $800 million will go towards weapons And again here in the UK another investigation is going to be held into party gate Boris Johnson will face parliamentary ethics inquiries into whether he lied to parliament over the scandal Bloomberg's Charles capel reports MPs backed a labor proposed motion for the prime minister to be referred to a parliamentary committee to investigate whether he misled lawmakers over the events in his and other government offices during lockdown MPs approved the motion without a vote after their government abandoned its bid to delay it until after the police finished their own inquiry and an internal report was published Ministers found to have lied or expected to resign although there is little chance of Johnson doing so Still the inquiry undermines Johnson as he is on a trip to India and will prolong the uncertainty over his position In London Charles K four Bloomberg daybreak Europe And that's global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries I'm Samuel Etienne this is Bloomberg.
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"That have not been fully vaccinated or have not gotten boosters And he says U.S. policy the macro looking into the future is control so that to live with the virus In San Francisco I met Baxter This is Bloomberg Brian All right Dan thanks very much The time here just about 9 minutes past the hour Let's get to our guest She will be with us for this half hour June Lee CIO at power Pacific investment management I understand your position that I and thank you for joining us I understand your position that a lot of this has already been discounted the aggressive nature of regulatory reform in China But I wonder I really would like to challenge you on this because I don't think we've had much of a statement from the authorities that basically done at the moment We have instituted some reform and we want to see how this works Just last week at the end of the week China came back out vowed to curb the influence of tech companies on government and money and power and it seems that it's ongoing and we still don't know what more can happen So I think taking technology sector for example actually last week there was also a new regulation on how to regulate a platform business which are basically the Internet business So there's clear rules about what are the things that the government will monitor and regulator regulator and also I think the government realized it's important that the business of Internet plays in the economy So I think from investors point of view what we are really observing is whether there are marginal improvements on the policies that we have seen I think investors have been a little bit frustrated by the fact that there are rounds of different regulatory policies around these businesses which hurts the sentiments and confidence of the Internet business in China However it is fair to say that the leading Internet business the platform businesses are traded at valuations that are very reasonable and achieve I think any marginal belief on the confidence and the fact that we have already seen so many policies being issued is a reassurance that things may get better and the confidence may come back So one investors point of view I personally think it is fair to look at an invest in those leading Internet businesses at this valuation Changes very quickly a big gap between on and offshore what do I guess domestic investors know that obviously is money managers don't I actually think we pretty much get the same level of information I think we observed the changes of the tolls and the changes of the policy attitudes towards the business It's not only about the Internet business we mentioned It's also about a property market For example it's also about how the government is.
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"Latest in world peace Caroline good morning and thank you the European Union's preparing to unveil a global gateway program to challenge China's Bloomberg's Ewan Potts explains of block is seeking to raise billions Apologies we don't appear to have that sound at the moment Now Germany's incoming Chancellor has indicated his support for making COVID-19 vaccinations compulsory Olaf Schultz called for a parliamentary vote on the measure before the end of the year saying he would allow lawmakers to make the decision a mandate would be a major step forward for the new administration as it seeks to increase Germany's relatively low vaccination rate of less than 70% Now over in the U.S. The White House plans to tighten travel rules in reaction to the potential oh Macron threat Bloomberg's head Baxter has more The first step is increased testing All air travelers to the U.S. to be tested within a day of their departure regardless of vaccination status This is reported to be on top of the travel restrictions that have barn arrivals from foreign nationals who have been in any of 8 South African nations in the past 14 days President Joe Biden is slated to announce the new requirements in a speech tomorrow In San Francisco I met Baxter Bloomberg daybreak Europe And foreign ministers from the security alliance NATO while meeting for a two day meeting in the Latvian capital Riga today Bloomberg's Aaron eglitis says this is.
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"It's sort of Ted Baxter, US President Joe Biden, saying China is the number one country in the world when talking evey research and development budgets, Ed essentially, he said, really sending a warning to the U. S. Yeah, exactly and says that we need to get our act together here in the U. S. He says the U. S needs to get back to that number one position for economic and for count climate. The logical reasons as well. Question is whether a lead We'll fall behind in the race for the future. Weather will build these vehicles and the batteries go in them here in the United States rely on other countries. Yeah, Biden says that the U. S. Has followed a number eight in the world for our Indy well, China's become number one. In spending and that with the House National Climate Advisor Gina McCarthy, exclusively here on radio and television, says this will also create more U. S jobs. You know, the president is concerned that China is far ahead of us in the electric vehicle market, and instead of producing the technologies of the future where importing them from somewhere else, it is time for that to shift around. Yeah, McCarthy says plans are very detailed, beginning with TV, travel infrastructure and RND on batteries. Indonesia's kicked off It's probably run vaccination campaign, with companies inoculating local employees to try and reach herd immunity sooner in India, the Serum Institute, which intended to provide vaccine too many poor nations. Now says it's overwhelmed in its own country and exports will most likely not occur until the end of the year. Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he wants to see higher vaccination rates before loosening any covert restrictions. He says he wants 75% vaccination rate. And the continuing sorting of the new CVTs. CDC Covert guidelines. Director Dr Rochelle Walensky says she expects no change in school guidelines anytime soon. All of our guidance for this this school year should be unchanged and we're now working diligently to look through all of our active Bibles in the context of this new science related to fully vaccinated people and further, Dr Anthony Fauci says, by the end of the first quarter of 2022 next year. He's confident that they will be guidance regarding vaccinating Children of any age while supporting a cease fire between Israel and Hamas. Publicly, the U. S. Has so far not voted to support it in the U. N. Secretary of State Antony Blinken says arose resolution will do no good. We're not standing in the way of diplomacy. On the contrary, As I said, we're exercising it. Virtually nonstop man, Blinken says has to be done through negotiation and the U. S House, meanwhile, has overwhelmingly passed the bill aimed at addressing hate crimes against Asian Americans. It goes to the president's desk in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter, This is Bloomberg. Bart Bryant. All right, Ed. It's 22 minutes here before the top of the hour time for global sports. So Mr Dan Schwartzman is with us. So let me see if I can get this right. Chelsea pulls off a huge win. It was huge,.
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"I handled all the audio allie. And i are a two man shop. We can't afford a toni. Braxton are operation of so we're doing it all which in some ways you know as a real contrast to the show that we had that had a bunch of people on it when we're together at k rock and we actually had a producer and assistant producer and we had a production audio guy right so we're doing all those things ourselves but it also is very gratifying. That we have created this business. We've started this business from scratch and it's really successful so it's hard work but it's satisfying work. I like that to answer the other part of your question. It takes about as much. Maybe a little bit more preparation than it did. When i used to be doing the kevin and bean show because you're never done looking for content right. We're always looking for stories. I'm always pulling audio for stories. Were always allies all the patriots stuff and running that page. You know that can take a lot of time in handling all the merchant handling all this subscriber increase. She's doing a whole bunch of stuff that i'm not and i'm over here doing a lot of the production and content stuff as well so we're both working really really hard. It's funny because you know a lot of times. People say three days a week isn't enough. You gotta do five like we're lucky to get three done alison. I don't know how you've done almost a thousand episodes of this podcast. let's band. yeah. But i'm gonna shine over. Thank you. It's been over a number of years though even right as someone who knows i was listening and i'm like holy holy cow. Three of these a week do you guys are now. I'm asking for i. I'm asked for behind the scenes info. But do you plan out. Do you talk to each other about what stories. You're going to do ahead of time We have a rough outline were. We're on what's up. All the time and ali will say a. I wanna i wanna talk about a. b. and c. and So that she's got those and all we don't plan it out in terms of what order. We're going to do anything like that. We just kind of guide the conversation as it makes sense to pop off on different topics and stuff and we have a few regular features that we do every wednesday. We have a subscriber on and play a game quiz show wednesday. We do every friday. We both pick a song to add door spotify playlist of new music that we think people might like for the weekend on monday..
"baxter" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"My wife and i made about leaving. K- rock and moving is i did. I did have some real anxiety for a minute right before that kid rock and actually took some time off. I don't remember how much time it was. But i think it was about three weeks or so. We're i just felt like. I was on a treadmill. That was going way too fast. And i felt like i was panicking and i felt like i was going under. And i needed to to a circuit breaker. What i needed to do and coming out of that. I think is when i started thinking these bigger questions that you and i are talking about is how do i wanna spend my time and and not have that happen again because it's really easy particularly when your career minded and i was and i put so much time you know what it's like to work on a morning radio show in los angeles and how much time you spend in how hard it is and how you're never ever done with your job. I i was working way way too many hours. And i realized that wasn't healthy. And it wasn't sustainable. So yeah that. I'm glad i had that wakeup call. They rather than actually having some sort of a nervous breakdown or quitting and curl up and dying. So i'm in a better place now. Was there something and if talking about it is making you uncomfortable. We can move on but was there something that like a specific moment or are thing that triggered does panicky feelings when that happened. I don't know. I mean i think it was the pressure. I think a lot of it was the pressure of doing a quality show for four and a half hours every single day. it was a lot of pressure. It's like i said before. It's a treadmill and you're never done and even if you have the best show of your life you got another one to do tomorrow and it's just a blank slate. That's waiting to be filled up. And i got so much anxiety that i i literally would vomit before the show. Oh my gosh. Because i was eight minutes out from the show starting and i was like. Oh my god. I i have to do this again. It has to be good. And i was just putting way too much pressure on myself. I only developed many years into it that somehow that was about was about a year and a half ago or something like that. So who knows why willed boiled upper bubbled up. Whatever does up at that time. But yeah i think it probably just comes with getting getting older and starting to reevaluate things in. Hey what am i doing. What am i doing with my life around your sixtieth birthday leading up to. I mean i'm not. I'm not doing the math. Exactly right. But yeah in certainly baltimore. Yeah for sure and who knows maybe you know maybe that was some sort of a some sort of a milestone. isn't it funny by the way when you're a whippersnapper you'd think sixty year olds are one foot the grave bail. Can you imagine being sixty. that's my grandfather. What are you kidding. sixty you go. I feel exactly the same. As i did what i was thirty. It's weird it's not at all what you think. It's a debate and look you're wearing like a cool tie shirt with kittens and candles on it. Not just kittens. You recognize this cat. Oh wait that's that's a famous mean cat right. This is meredith. one of taylor swift's. Oh yeah this teacher no..
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"Whatever reason we're pulling the rug out now and you're on your own terrible thing to do to the audience that had been so loyal that made that radio station and a terrible thing to do to poor striker and kline who ended up replacing that morning. Show who now come in looking like the bad guys through no fault of their own. They had so much hate thrown at them because of the situation that they were put it. The whole thing was just so poorly ended. And i'm glad you know. Ali ended up doing something that she wants to do. Jensen's got lots of jobs. He always has. He's producing television shows. And everything like that. Kevin's got his own. Podcast it's doing. Well he's doing afternoons on kahlo. S with slug formerly k rock as well so everybody kind of landed on their feet. So i'm happy about that. But man what a black mark on the station it really was. It was shoddy y. Do you think they did it that way. I mean i don't know. I've never spoken with anybody about it. The only thing i can guess is radio. Stations are losing money. A lot of them are and i think the pandemic was starting to make itself known and they realized that twenty twenty was going to be the worst year for the business ever and they were just looking for numbers. They were trying to figure out a way to save money anywhere. How many people can we fire and still keep the station on the air. I do think it ended up just being bottom line thing they were just trying to minimize damage got it. You don't miss radio sales. And i've seen people i've seen alley say on instagram. Like when people are like what happened. And she's like we were well paid that the insinuation like you're saying that they just the they couldn't afford. They made the decision that it wasn't a priority to pay those sizable salaries anymore. I think that's accurate. I do. I think they looked at it as a way to save a bunch of money which i understand. If you're businessperson you gotta make a decision. But again there has to be some humanity soup to for people who have invested so many years in the station. There should have been a better way to him so for you was that. What was the decision like. And how did you make the decision to to leave a show that you had been part for thirty years. Well i mean it's what i said before just You know starting to think about how many years i have left. I am unfortunately obsessed with fear of dying young. And there's no reason to suspect i will. I have been blessed with incredibly good health. I barely been sick a day in my life. But i the obituaries and i see guys dropping dead at sixty three sixty eight seventy two and i'm like oh my god. Let's say i'm seventy two. That means i've got twelve years. Left eleven years it is now. Do i want to spend eleven years continuing to do this. Show and not go to brussels and not good at budapest. Did not go to lisbon. All these places that. I'm dying to go to so that was really what is thirty years. Seemed like a good round number. And i also saw that i was going to be sexy and i thought now's the time to do it while we can. So that's why. I decided it was not. It wasn't an super easy decision. But once i made it alison. I never regretted it. I never looked back. And and i do. It was the right move. How long from the time that you made the decision to the time that you left. How long was that. It was over a year. Wow so everybody had time. Yeah 'cause i didn't wanna leave them in the lurch. Either i said look. I've decided i'm going to leave at the end of next year is what i said..
"baxter" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"Able to leave our neighborhood from ever since so it's very exciting this time right now because it's just now starting to open up your so far a ahead of us in terms of opening up compared to in the uk we have. We're we still can't eat indoors at a restaurant. It's been since christmas. We haven't been able to do so. This has been a very long very severe locked down but we are coming out of it and we're so excited that we're going to be able to start exploring soon so yeah it was great. It was great to come home. It's you know it's an adjustment anytime you move and especially when you move to another country and the time difference is is real weird to get used to because most of the people i know are hours behind me. What time do you and allie record seven thirty. Am for her. Which was her choice and three thirty pm for me so it works pretty well as a non morning person. I feel that you have really made out. Like a bandit in that arrangement i have i. I don't have any problems with getting up early. My my regular body clock getting up time is around six thirty in the morning. Anyway so it would. It would have been fine with the. I was just really surprised at allie. Didn't say ten. Am would be a little bit more reasonable. But sh- she's had so many years of getting up early kevin being for five years or something and then many more years than that. I think around fourteen or fifty on the news getting up early so i think it must be her body clocks. She's just used to it so it works out and it must be nice for her to kind of be done with the biggest part day so early to. Yeah so you lived in la for a chunk of time right and then you moved up to seattle where you would do the show from seattle. Yes i lived in los angeles for nine and a half years and then in nineteen ninety..
"baxter" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"I play drums in the in the house band there and do drum rolls for them for well. I feel like the secret of success to have tony. Facts on your podcast. Like i feel like we should have higher you alliott. I started our podcast. We'd be business right now. So we'll we'll talk. You know yes. I do all right. We're friends yeah. So that's that's an old business. Alison thank you for letting me get all of that. So what are we talking about tonight. Well we're talking about you. First of all we must address the tonight of it all because it is one twenty four pm but it's nine twenty four pm where you are. Because you're in london right that's right and you were born in england and they've till high school is that right no on and off. We lived in. My dad was in the navy he came. He married what his family considered a war bride. The last thing they wanted to do is leave the country. And then mary mary a stranger from another land but he fell in love. This nice young british woman and they had a family and that was my brother and me and then we lived all over the world. We lived in spain and we lived in the philippines and we lived into y in in between there. Were times where we also lived back in the uk and that as an adult. I came here all the time once or twice a year for twenty years. I came here before my my wife. And i finally decided to move here so this is coming home for me. It's something that i always had in the back of my mind. That i'd like to do one day down the road and i just got to the point where i was looking at sixty coming up and i thought no one knows how much time they have left. If i'm ever going to go and explore europe. Why didn't i do it while i'm young enough and healthy enough to do it. So we decided to make the move so we came in december of twenty nineteen the worst possible time to move anywhere because two months later. There's a pandemic and.
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"Podcast brought to you by swisher trap. One gets you one month off. Give it a try. That's what i used to produce the show. And i'm telling you it's a lot of work but it's getting easier the more you do the better you get right. That's not an uncommon practice but today or thing so today we want to talk about subscription models and the book that caught my is the forever transaction that's written by robbie kelman baxter and she's joining us on the show today to talk about how to go about doing that doing the subscription model roddy. How's it going good. Thanks thanks for having me on the show. You bet and i heard you on. I think it was maybe nick. West regard show is that does that sound right. That's why i hurt you. And i thought well i have to steal her for mike show so tell us about the book tell us about subscriptions and you of course you get your own podcast on the topic as well. Why is this an important topic in how people think about it. Yeah so. I've been interested in subscriptions for about twenty years. I had netflix's a client twenty years ago and fell in love with that business model. Because if you're aligning your goals with the goals of the customer and you're building trust with them by solving their ongoing problems or helping them achieve their ongoing goals you get recurring revenue which is kind of a holy grail for most businesses so started focusing on it twenty years ago and continue to find new ways to strengthen business models and new industries and and business models to apply subscription to and of course. We're all familiar with netflix. Hulu all those different channels. I have more subscriptions than i probably ever want to admit on the flip side. You know on the flip side. I've been in companies where they said you don't even know how many software subscriptions we have signed up for that we don't even use so that's of course on the flip side as well. I use some subscriptions as well. I mean especially buffer canada. Some of those and very very happy with them but what companies can actually follow this model. I mean who can who can who can sell subscriptions. Yeah well. I'm sure as as as you have probably seen almost any what i what i always say. Anybody who cares about the customer relationship probably is right for subscription so since most of this audience since most you guys are coming in the marketing world if if your business pays for marketing if they value marketing subscription probably has its place because the whole idea of subscription is optimizing an ongoing offering around an important customer segment. And so if you are helping your customer achieve an ongoing goal you can probably enjoy the power of subscriptions. Everyone wants to move.