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01:55 min | 3 years ago

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"You're listening to politics policy and power with amy morris and peter barnes on bloomberg radio this week the labor department reported that us consumer prices rose by more than projected in january adding to signs of an inflation pick up that have created financial market uncertainty this month speaking the bloomberg enduring investments coo michael ashton reacted to the data what we know about about inflationary that you don't have to have a great consumers have a great economy to have inflation look at the 1970s in the us as a a great example conscious dmitriev avon is a bloomberg news us economy reporter to joins us in the bloomberg 991 studios right now on the numbers and the retail sales numbers and cut ten kind of complicated go ahead thank you for that investors just don't know how to react to this we had a cooler than expected retail sales hotter than expected a us inflation what does it mean really doesn't mean more than what we've been seeing in the economy so far so people were focusing on the wage growth figures that's been contributing to to a hot economy the numbers all they do is contribute to that picture so you had you as inflation yes it's hotter than than anticipated of but when you look into the details what actually moved cpi it really goes towards what the fed was looking for i mean you've died on inflation noninflationary through percent target exactly and they've priced in their three hikes and it there are probably still going to be looking towards that if you're relying on this data and listening to what economists are saying most of whom still expect that three rate hike starting in march yeah i was gonna ask a very simple question that might have had a more complicated answer which was whether the fed was willing to like this at least in the near term and if it was going to affect.

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01:49 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg 991 studios" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This week the labor department reported that us consumer prices rose by more than projected in january adding to signs of an inflation pick up that have created financial market uncertainty this month speaking the bloomberg enduring investments coo michael ashton reacted to the data what we know about about inflationary that you don't have to have a great consumer spending a great economy inflation look at the 1970s in the us has a great example cocktail dmitriev i is a bloomberg news us economy reporter she joins us in the bloomberg 991 studios right now on the numbers and the retail sales numbers and cut here kind of complicated go ahead thank you for that investors just don't know how to react to this we had a cooler than expected retail sales hotter than expected a us inflation what does it mean really doesn't mean more than what we've been seeing in the economy so far so people were focusing on the wage growth figures that's been contributing to to a hot economy the numbers all they do is contribute to that picture so you had you as inflation yes it's hotter than than anticipated of but when you look into the details what actually moved cpi it really goes towards what the fed was looking for i mean you've by inflation noninflationary two percent target exactly and they've price in their three hikes and it they're probably still going to be looking towards that if you're relying on this data and listening to what economists are saying most of whom still expect that three rate hike starting in march the i was gonna ask a very simple question that might have had a more complicated answer which was whether the fed was going to like this at least in the near term and if it was going to affect.

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01:48 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg 991 studios" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This week the labor department reported that us consumer prices rose by more than projected in january adding to signs of an inflation pick up that have created financial market uncertainty this month speaking the bloomberg enduring investments coo michael ashton reacted to the data what we know about inflation is that you don't have to have greek consumer spending you'll have to have a great economy to have inflation look at the 1970s in the us as a a great example conscious dmitry is a bloomberg news us economy were border to joins us in the bloomberg 991 studios right now on the daily numbers and the retail sales numbers and cut to kind of complicated go ahead thank you for that investors just don't know how to react to this we had a cooler than expected retail sales harder than expected us inflation what does it mean really doesn't mean more than what we've been seeing in the economy so far so people were focusing on the wage growth figures that's been contributing to to a hot economy the numbers all they do is contribute to that picture so you had you as inflation yes it's harder than than anticipated but when you look into the details what actually moved cpi it really goes towards what the fed was looking for i mean you've died on inflation noninflation inflation and who percent target exactly and if priced in their three hikes and it they're probably still going to be looking towards that if you're relying on this data and listening to what economists are saying most of whom still expect that three rate hike starting in march yeah i was gonna ask a very simple question that might have had a more complicated they answer which was whether the fed was going to like this at least in the near term and if it was going to.

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01:49 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg 991 studios" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This week the labor department reported that us consumer prices rose by more than projected in january adding to signs of an inflation pick up that have created financial market uncertainty this month speaking the bloomberg enduring investments coo michael ashton reacted to the data what we know about about inflationary that you don't have to have a great consumer spending a great economy inflation look at the 1970s in the us is a great example cocktail dmitriev i is a bloomberg news us economy reporter to joins us in the bloomberg 991 studios right now on the cpi numbers and the retail sales numbers and cut here kind of complicated go ahead thank you for that investors just don't know how to react to this we had a cooler than expected retail sales hotter than expected a us inflation what does it mean really doesn't mean more than what we've been seeing in the economy so far so people were focusing on the wage growth figures that's been contributing to uh to a hot economy the number numbers all they do is contribute to that picture so you had you as inflation yes it's hotter than than anticipated of but when you look into the details what actually moved cpi it really goes towards what the fed was looking for i mean you've diawara on inflation noninflationary twopercent target exactly and they've priced in their three hikes and it they're probably still going to be looking towards that if you're relying on this data and listening to what economists are saying most of whom still expect that three rate hike starting in march yeah i was gonna ask a very simple question that might have had a more complicated answer which was whether the fed was willing to like this at least in the near term and if it was going to affect.

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"bloomberg 991 studios" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg 991 studios" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This week the labor department reported that us consumer prices rose by more than projected in january adding to signs of an inflation pick up that have created financial market uncertainty this month speaking the bloomberg enduring investments coo michael ashton reacted to the data what we know about about inflationary that you don't have to have a great consumer spending a great economy inflation look at the 1970s in the us has a great example cottage dmitriev i is a bloomberg news us economy reporter she joins us in the bloomberg 991 studios right now on the cpi numbers and the retail sales numbers and cut here kind of complicated go ahead thank you for that investors just don't know how to react to this we had a cooler than expected retail sales hotter than expected us inflation what does it mean really doesn't mean more than what we've been seeing in the economy so far so people were focusing on the wage growth figures that's been contributing to to a hot economy the numbers all they do is contribute to that picture so you had you as inflation yes it's harder than than anticipated of but when you look into the details what actually moved cpi it really goes towards what the fed was looking for i mean you've die on inflation noninflation through percent target exactly and they've priced in their three hikes and it they're probably still going to be looking towards that if you're relying on this data and listening to what economists are saying most of whom still expect the three rate hike starting in march the i was gonna ask a very simple question that might have had a more complicated answer which was whether the fed was going to like this at least in the near term and if it was going to affect.

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01:58 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg 991 studios" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The head of its consumer lending business earlier this month for violating the bank's policies when communicating with an employee who'd been terminated does that tell you that the bank is having a hard time changing its culture well there are probably just one of many examples but certainly uh you know that there has been a push by the large banks recently a mattress wells fargo that they think that the banking regulators have been too harsh on them and that is the position consistent with the current administration so uh wh what this particular individual did was the uh the foolish thing of actually putting it into an email so that there was a record of it um that the banks don't like the regulators um that i probably shouldn't we i think we want the regulators to be there looking over their shoulders saying you know you you've got to do a better job of rick good job um but the this is one instance where we can see that wells fargo um doesn't play all that well with others including their regulators well we're going to be talking more about wells fargo it's there have been calls for change at the bank that have intensified we're going to look at what wells fargo has act truly changed and whether there's been any noticeable difference in the bank of course there are still many more of actions that we have been seeing from the bank and also what the office of the controller of the currency can do if this cease and desist order doesn't work that's coming up on bloomberg law but first let's check on the latest world and national headlines with nancy lyons in the bloomberg 991 studios in washington dc could after your nancy hey june or pressure is building on congressman john conyers to resign over allegations of sexual misconduct bloomberg serve chap and with the latest from washington of more.

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01:42 min | 3 years ago

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"We are live from the bloomberg 991 studios in washington dc the bloomberg one us it's one studios and often coming up this hour house lawmakers taking on state and local tax deduction as they pressed forward with that budget that just past plus the as the president prepares to battle the opioid crisis will take a look at how addiction hurt the us economy but first let's get a check of the markets from bloomberg's greg jarrett great got a peter stocks crime amid a lot of robust earnings news speculation also about the feds matched new leader the euro's down after the european central bank met market expectations for reducing its bond purchase program mario draghi the ecb president says the current rates will remain at their card point past the end of qe picky ecb interest rates where taft unchanged and we continue to expect them to remain at their present levels for an extended period of time and well past the four eisen of our next to us at purchases which have to work every 15 minutes throughout the trading day here on bloomberg radio s p 500's up one quarter of 1 percent up six that jones industrial average that threetenths percent up seventy seven and the nasdaq is up a tenth of a percent up seven the 10year is up one thirtysecond the two point four two percent west texas intermediate had been in the red for while the story now it's a fourtenths of percent if it d to forty one of berewa colmec's gold's down threetenths of a percent at twelve 74 eighty an out the ends adel thirteen 74 the eurodollar sixteen ninety nine the pound develop thirty one eighty at uber business lashed out for the market drivers report with dave wilson dave i've been meaning to ask you is wine a.

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01:31 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg 991 studios" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Coming to you live from the bloomberg 991 studios in washington dc and the bloomberg 106 one studios in boston coming up this hour republic in efforts to repeal the affordable care act fail in the senate the gop facing a variety deadline on health healthcare reform blush janet yellen will be speaking at the nab conference later this hour will get a preview of what to expect from the fed chair but first let's get a check on the markets from bloomberg's greg jarrett greg peter things started out pretty strong restoring mouse dr while treadmill water spilled their alltime highs tech shares are the ones that gave back after an earlier rally yesterday slid pretty hard though yuri euros extended its decline in the wake of the german election lending support to the dollar investors are digesting a lot of catalyst from north korea all the way to central bank policy oil bowls your back in the driver's seat sixty dollar a barrel branch inside but it could be a short bride opec and russia are cutting output deeper than ever missed when mahesh of barclays tells bloomberg one reason oils been strong of late is because of phenomenal demand it's not one single product that's doing well diesels doing well gas means doing that in fuel as well so so it's a broadbased recovery said of mirroring economic sentiment globally and lower oil prices held so it's a combination of these two factors that his demands done a lot of the hidden the thing for effect can and that's that's helped along with the supply cuts right now west texas intermediate's down onehalf of 1 percent very close to fit fifty two dollars a barrel at fifty one ninety nine comex gold.

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01:32 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg 991 studios" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"App and bloombergradiocom this these politics policy and power other i'm nathan hager along with war curtis we are in the bloomberg 991 studios in washington dc still to come the white house is considering more than a half dozen people to leave the federal reserve will take a look at this slate of candidates and we will look at president trump's election integrity commission whether it has questions to answer potentially about its own integrity first will get a check of the let's bloomberg's greg jarrett with us they can make stocks waver between small gains and small losses oil drops in the dollar tumbled to its weakest level since the start of 2015 amid fading expectations of another us rate increase this year barrage patel at ing tells bloomberg the feds reacting to what's going on in the economy and in us politics we think that the risk that the fed hike in december not least because of the us economic data weakness plus i don't so for that sort of ongoing police concerts and teach you a political tensions all of this is pointing towards a polls in december the risks are now that investors actually shift towards this pools beat being mood lengthy inter in time and even permanent and so there is further paying for the told ahead oh and throw in a couple of hurricanes federal reserve bank of new york president william badly says backtoback hurricanes in the third quarter could temporarily influence the timing of the next interest rate increase as well we check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day here on bloomberg radio.

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02:20 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg 991 studios" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Reserve releasing the minutes of its july policy needed we expect this i'll offer investors some guidance on the path forward for the fed's balance sheet among other things that chair janet yellen telling the senate banking panel earlier this year she wanted to make sure any unwinding wouldn't negatively impact the markets can wanna make sure that we manage this in a way that is not disruptive to financial markets and in part for that reason we have tried to sit out increasingly clearly an increase detail how we intend to proceed so let's welcome in chris condon to the bloomberg 991 studios here in washington he covers the federal reserve for bloomberg news and chris the bottom line is it looks like like they're trying to figure out where policymakers stand and see if there's been any shift to end end and wing where they want to go that's right very to questions when what is the next rate hike going to be are they going to pull the trigger before the end of the year on a third rate hike in two thousand seventeen and also looking for some clues in the exact timing of the beginning of that balance sheet unwind but the rate of question is the most important thing in the that i think the clues will come in the details of the discussion from that last meeting about inflation that's the real riddle that's facing the committee at the moment why is inflation not responding to very low unemployment in so what signal should these policy makers be taken from that keep going ahead with the rate hikes or waived any sense on which to resume may move well hopefully we'll get a little better sense in those minutes so far it's a very divided committee we saw that in the minutes of the last meeting that one public and since then in some of the public remarks you have some more hawkish members saying no reason to slow down some more dovish members expressed some increasing concern over what now is what five straight months of surprisingly weak inflation data and then you've got the center of the committee where yelling among others sets showing a little bit more concerned but not indicating that they are ready to be knocked off their path at the moment which would lead them to one more hike this here chris the chairman made reference to earn winding the.

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01:42 min | 3 years ago

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"A primary for jeff sessions olds senate seat now obama temporarily filled by republican luther strange president trump is so his endorsement is strange in that race at a lot of money is going to that campaign bloomberg bna senior editor ken doyle joining us as he does each week at this time in the bloomberg 991 studios here in washington d c can we want to talk about that race for a moment strange seems to be in the air out of the room when it comes to campaign donations is that because of trump's supporter or is there something else going on here i think the the real issue there his that strange who was appointed to this seat to fill the vacancy when jeff sessions became attorney general that left a vacancy in the senate strange was appointed by that alabama governor for the see the thinking was strange was the former attorney general in that state thinking was that he would be sort of a shooin to become the the elected senator and that it hasn't worked out that way the stranger's actually wedding behind in the race and is in danger of not even making it to a runoff which is the next step this is a prelimary very round of the the election that will take place next week on tuesday and strange maybe bumped off the roster if uh if he doesn't make the top two in this first round and he is running behind a guy named roy more former supreme court justice standing alabama who is very popular with the event delicacies known as the ten commandments charge some people may be familiar with them and so strangest running neck and neck with another um a candidate mo brooks who's a congressman from alabama and so you have this unusual situation of the party and this republican superpac having to sort of come to the.

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02:01 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg 991 studios" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The latest well the national headlines nancy lyons in our bloomberg 991 studios in washington thanks amy as you've been hearing here on bloomberg north korea is sending a stern warning to the us following strong sanctions imposed by the united nations this weekend bloomberg's michael barr with the latest the top diplomat were north korea says under no circumstances will the put its nuclear weapons or ballistic missiles on the negotiating table according to foreign minister real yom home his country has no intention of using nuclear weapons against any country except the us says the only way that would change zip another country joined in an american action against beyond yang michael barr bloomberg radio the city of chicago is just filed a federal lawsuit challenging a trump administration immigration stance alleging it's illegal for the government to withhold public safety grants from socalled sanctuary cities chicago mayor rahm emanuel says implementing such policies would damage people's trust in the police are police department are part of a neighborhood part of a community that is built on the premise of trust between residents and the police department it's not the police department is a part of the fabric of makes a community safe and we want people to come forward to work with the police department not the fair them vice president mike pence is calling in new york times reports suggesting that lent he's laying the groundwork for a possible presidential run quote disgraceful an offensive pence says his team is instead focusing its efforts on advancing the agenda of president donald trump to see him be reelected did in 2020 global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm nancy lyons you want what would you say about your brokerdealer i love that i can call in and get expert advice i love that you answer the phone in that i'm not a number i love.

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01:43 min | 3 years ago

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"Bloomberg 991 to boston bloomberg 106 wa to san francisco bloomberg 960 to the country siriusxm channel 119 and around the globe bloomberg radio app and bloombergradiocom this these politics policy and power i'm anymore along with guest host anna edgerton we're in the bloomberg 991 studios in washington dc still to come attorney general jeff sessions can breathe a sigh of relief for now as white house chief of staff john kelly imposes new order plus the foreign agents registration act in the senate find out what it is and what it has to do with donald trump jr but first we check the markets with lynn greg jarrett stocks have been drifting lower all morning them into the afternoon amy investors are looking over mixed batchrecording report before us factories oil which had been in the green most of the morning has moved into the red but it's still over forty nine at forty nine thirty one a barrel that's down about six tenths of one percent steward glickman at sea f r a tells bloomberg he sees oils stuck to pretty much pretty much works out nearterm cried probably somewhere forty fifty grand move off the key to unlocking production and and they're they're continuing to march ever more on the on the production print here and are able to treat generating generating production at little rock as long as retired about an oil andy hall the oil traders sometimes known in the markets as god is closing down whose main hedge fund after big losses in the first half of beer according to people with knowledge of the matter the flagship asked and belk master commodities firm lost almost thirty percent through june we check.

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02:00 min | 3 years ago

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"National headlines nancy lyons in our bloomberg 991 studios in washington thanks amy new questions are swirling around the trump white house after a washington post report that president trump helped draft and misleading statement about his oldest son's meeting with the russian lawyer during the campaign instead of following a strategy of full disclosure i suggested by advisors president trump reportedly changed the statement to say the meeting was primarily about russian adoptions the washington post says it was later learned that the russian lawyer wanted to discuss potentially damaging information about hillary clinton one of trump's lawyers calls the story misinformed inaccurate and not pertinent senator lindsey graham was asked today on nbc's today show of he can support the president considering let some perceive as chaos at the white house i will push back against him i will call him out when i think he's sitting things bad for the country but i have an obligation to work with him and if he will help me and others deliver new form of healthcare i need to help pay on our president by the way graham says he liked to return the focus to healthcare and ask for the president is hero his focus on the topic vice president mike pence continues his foreign tour with this most recent stop in georgia he tells did the country's prime minister and offered us support for georgia's ambition to join nato america first does not mean america alone we are here today with the steadfast assurance of the united states of america to tell our friends in georgia we are with you pence today also confirmed president trump will soon sign that they'll calling for new sanctions against russia global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i nancy lyons some people lit reggie kadio is dean of the martin tuchman school of management at njit new jersey institute of technology he calls njit is management program business with the power of.

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02:01 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg 991 studios" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Latest world and national headlines with nancy lyons bloomberg 991 studios in washington d c high nancy hey june house minority leader nancy pelosi says president trump's soninlaw jared kushner should have his security clearance revoked following news that he attended a meeting with russian lawyer claiming have damaging information on hillary clinton ridiculous that he should have have that that clearance it's not justified in any way the president could revoke it in a moment and he should plus he also reiterated her calls for republicans to allow the creation of an independent commission to investigate russia's involvement in the presidential election she says republicans in congress have been enablers of the trump russia assault on our democracy senators are mulling over their position on a newly revised healthcare proposal that was released yesterday to republicans say they still cannot vote for the measure and bloomberg government's lauren duggan says that's prompting some to save they need another rewrite will a member out or extra money for pergamon their state there from deal that can be made on increasing opioid funding or or helping the have the crisis bear and the medicaid funding has also been accused picking point for some of the senators in state that voted to expand their medicare populations after the affordable care act became law already two senators have said they cannot vote for it paul fall of kentucky susan collins of maine that's all republicans can lose if they want the proposal to pass the nonpartisan congressional budget office will release its scoring on the new health care proposal early next week global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm nancy lyons the keisha taken not so random.

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01:51 min | 3 years ago

"bloomberg 991 studios" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On world international headlines with nathan hager in the bloomberg 991 studios in washington dc thinks generally talking more about president trump's oldest son and his emails donald trump junior you're was told he would be meeting with a russian government lawyer last year but potentially damaging information on hillary clinton that is according to an email exchange donald trump jr posted on twitter after the new york times reported on the existence of the male said dory has kind of evolved uh trump jr about what the meeting with about um about adoption identical to be about thumb dirt on hillary clinton but he didn't know who was and now the areas that he knew it was a russian government attorney who had information that way incriminating for hillary clinton allegedly and that it was all part of the russian government effort to help the trump campaign's bloomberg white house reporter shin and teddy piece on politics policy in power earlier now the number two republican in the senate john cornyn says trump jr should now testify before the senate intelligence committee president's pick to head the fbi heads to capitol hill tomorrow for his confirmation hearing senators are expected the press chris ray on two point aids did the president demand his loyalty and kinney stand up to the white house when needed a former law partner raisers known since they were kids says he will not be influenced by politics in any way los angeles will host the summer olympics for a third time paris is getting an olympic games as well the international olympic committee took the unprecedented step to today awarding the 2024 in twenty eight games at the same time after wayne interest from other cities global news powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries this is bloomberg reggie kadio is dean of the martin tuchman school.

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01:35 min | 4 years ago

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"Politics policy he in power be moraes's along with guest house rats bradley and we are in the bloomberg 991 studios in washington dc sell the coun the house and senate going headtohead with competing plans for renewing the faa but which chambers than a went out on this one plus we get a sneak peek of the president's meeting with technology and venture capital officials but first we have to check the markets let's go to bloomberg's greg jarrett any stocks have rebounded to fit from two days losses crude holzer threeday rout and healthcare fears add do a recent rally the dollar stays lower as us jobless claims come in slightly above expectations gold advances home prices increased once again for the month of april up from the previous month in previous year according to the house price index released by the federal housing finance agency home prices increase seventenths of a percent month over month in april this march an increase of six point eight percent annually robert schiller via university tells bloomberg while he does not see a home prices bubbled you can't really see why home prices are going up so much and youth i think that expectations for a home price growth would be high by the recent pulse onomic survey showed that it often under four percent three and a half three point eight percent for the next ten years to people are just not particularly optimistic so sunday's driving them to bid up home prices but it's not bubble meant taliban is is is different this time scheers canada the struggling offshoot of scheers holding has filed for protection from creditors today after running short of shoppers and pence short of cash which at the markets every fifteen minutes of trading day here on bloomberg radio.

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