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"Volume traffic Lieutenant Stephen Horwood. They're from the state Police with NewsRadio nine fifties about Fisher. We'll update your money if the Bloomberg Business desk in two minutes doubled up Janey's time, 12 23 Starting July 14th Thie United Arab Emirates has a lofty goal. It wants to have a settlement on Mars in less than a century. And it's taking its first steps toward that goal. It's working on a Mars city in the desert of Dubai, and it's planning to launch its first mission to Mars as early as this week. The Hope Orbiter would arrive at Mars early next year. Assuming the Corona virus hasn't scuttled any of them. It's one of three missions to Mars, scheduled for launch this month. The list includes an American rover and a Chinese Orbiter Rover combo. European mission was put off until the next launch window in two years, not because of the virus but because of nagging technical problems. Hope will study the Martian atmosphere. Most orbiters always see the planet below. At the same time of day day in and day out hope, though we'll see the full day night cycle that will allow it to see changes in the atmosphere that takes place at various times a day. And like several other orbiters, it'll look at how Mars has lost its atmosphere. The early planet had a much warmer, thicker atmosphere than it does today. Most of that atmosphere.
Fresh update on "bloomberg" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News
"25. It's money news on K Y W Here's Bloomberg's Larry Cough Ski Week is off to a mostly lower start on Wall Street. Early gains turned the S and P 500 momentarily positive for the year before renewed worries about the economic outlook turned the market mostly lower. Chief strategist Chris Grisanti and M. Ay, ay Capital thinks the market may have gotten ahead of itself. We think this gets worse before it gets steadily better, and we think the market insensitive of strong growth ahead. It's not for the Dow managed a slight gain on Monday, the S and P and NASDAQ ended lower Today marks the unofficial start of second quarter earning season with JPMorgan Chase Citigroup in Wells Fargo, opening their books, Investors will keep a close watch on their efforts to counter the fallout from the Corona virus pandemic. They're expected to set aside more money to cover bad loans. J. P. Morgan is expected to be the earnings winner on strong training revenue. Analysts are forecasting a loss for Wells Fargo with money news from Bloomberg on K Y w I'm Larry coughed. The city's second in charge is resigning. That's coming up on cable. W news radio. Let's say you just bought a house. Bad news is you're one step.
Fresh "Bloomberg" from KCBS 24 Hour News
"Four month period, all rehired employees will receive the same pay rate that they had before they were furloughed. We're off the money watch signs that a resurgence in Corona virus cases were slowing. The re opening of the economy sent stocks lower market started with solid gains before fear took over. Jones Industrial Average rose 11 the S and P dropped 30. The NASDAQ tumbled 227. Another empty store in the mall. Rtw Retail winds, parrot of New York and company has filed for bankruptcy and they close it stores. Nearly 5000 jobs are in danger. Travel industry crash May for Southwest Airlines into its first ever layoffs CEO Gary Kelly. His passenger traffic would have to triple by year end to avoid layoffs. Employees have until Wednesday to apply for voluntary separation. Middle seats will remain off limits on JetBlue through September 8th long enough to cover the Labor Day holiday, extending a policy that was to end this month. Delta and Southwest also continue to block some seats. Larry Kowski. Bloomberg Radio Progressive presents the sounds of the old World Years 2019 and someone is waiting for the previous to start in a movie theater. Hey, you want anything? Popcorn. Soda. No, nothing. This has been the sounds of the old world brought to you by progressive where drivers Khun Still switch and save like it's 2019 quote today, a progressive dot.
Fresh update on "bloomberg" discussed on Nightside with Dan Rea
"Is not observing the safety guidelines. We've set up a process for people of the public or employees to reached out. And communicate that today We're watching a new website mass dot gov slash compliance to provide easy access to the tools that you need to submit a report of noncompliance. Starting today. College to the states to 11 Covert 19 hotline report issues that will be directly, uh, moved to this Web page. Investigations can result And enforcement measures of violations are discovered 154 new Corona virus cases in Massachusetts, bringing the confirmed total to nearly 105,805 new deaths, bringing that total to 8115. Coming up, We'll check sports. This is a Bloomberg money minute signs that a resurgence in Corona virus cases was slowing. The reopening of the economy sent stocks lower. The market started with solid gains before fear took over. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 11 the S and P dropped 30. The NASDAQ tumbled 227. Another empty store in the mall. RTW Retail Winds, Parrot of New York and company has filed for bankruptcy and make clothes it stores. Nearly 5000 jobs are in danger. The travel industry crash May for Southwest Airlines into its first ever layoffs CEO Gary Kelly. His passenger traffic would have to triple by year end to avoid layoffs. Employees have until Wednesday to apply for voluntary separation. Middle seats will remain off limits on JetBlue through September 8th long enough to cover the Labor Day holiday, extending a policy that was to end this month. Delta and Southwest also continue to block some seats. I'm Larry Kowski Bloomberg Business on W. Visi Boston's news radio before you start sharing news.
Fresh update on "bloomberg" discussed on KCBS 24 Hour News
"Money watch. Early Optimism on Wall Street gave way to fear of a resurgence of covert 19 Jones Industrial Average gained 11. The S and P 500 fell 30 NASDAQ composite lost 227 pull back today from Adana. It gained 14.5% after an analyst said the company's experimental vaccine for covert 19 could generate sales of over $5 billion a year. Pepsico shares also ended higher. It reported stronger than expected second quarter earnings is locked down, consumer scooped up It's salty, crunchy snacks, drink sales were weak. Restaurant and grab and go. Gas station sales fell. Apple is readjusting operations is covert. 19 cases continue to climb. It's pushing retail employees to work remotely is some of its stores close again. It has also told staff in a memo that a full return to its offices Won't happen before the end of the year. Larry Kowski Bloomberg Radio Right.