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"Then for the U.S. in the red for Europe you're 6 50 futures nudging higher by about a tenth of 1%. We've had a very good run though for European stocks of course gaining for 5 weeks in a row except for yesterday, where we saw a decline of around a tenth of 1%. The issue is how long that will hold those European gains in the face of recession fears, nubar dollar spot index this morning is down a tenth of 1% the Euro trades at one spot zero two 6 three so stronger two tenths of 1% and then for the bond markets U.S. ten year yields at three 79 down four basis points ahead of the fed minutes on Wednesday. That is your Bloomberg radio business flash now his Sylvia clementi with the rest of our top stories come on in Soviet. Jobs in the City of London will go as a result of a recession and the government plan to raise taxes and cut spending. That's the assessment of the new lord mayor of London who has been speaking to us here on Bloomberg radio. The lord mayor Nicholas Lyons also told us that the UK had shot itself in the foot by opting for Brexit, and that we haven't yet taken advantage of the freedoms that it offers. Saudi Arabia has denied the report that it's discussing an oil production increase for the OPEC plus meeting in early December. The Wall Street Journal said the group was considering raising output by as much as 500,000 barrels a day. The Saudis say the current production cut of 2 million barrels per day will continue until the end of 2023. COVID restrictions are now affecting a fief of China's economy as infections continue to rise undermining Beijing's corp for more targeted COVID zero measures. More than 27,000 new cases were reported on Monday near a record with a southern manufacturing hub of Guangzhou, the current epicenter. Many local authorities have been expanding testing and shutting schools and offices despite recent directives to ease measures. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and nano lists in more than 120 countries. This is Bloomberg. Sylvia, thank you so much for that news update, so a 5th of China's economy is affected by COVID restrictions as cases continue to climb and fed official Mary Daly has urged caution over the lag in policy transmission. Those really are the two key issues driving markets certainly this morning, journey a sours Christian Keller, whose head of economics at research at Barclays bank PLC, welcome back. Thanks so much for being with us in studio. This morning Christian, look, China's reopening, slow, painful, expensive, are you concerned that when it does happen it's going to push up inflation, but when does China loosen COVID zero? Yeah, we've been consistently a cautious on this. And we always said, you know, the market seemed to wanting to rally on this idea that there would be an easing of zero COVID restrictions. And whenever it happened, the officials went out and said, look, this is just a tweaking of policy, some easing. But the fact remains that China does not want to have increased death rates and it doesn't want to have increased hospitalizations at the same time it makes progress on vaccinations, but the vaccination rates effective of the vaccine doesn't allow them to

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Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:43 min | 19 min ago

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"Asia for this Monday, December 5 in Hong Kong, Sunday, December 4 in New York, coming up the south. Asian stocks open on a cautious note, traders weigh the impact of a potential reopening of China's economy, OPEC plus responds to surging volatility by keeping its oil production unchanged, and apples said to have accelerated plans to move production out of China. China takes more steps to reopening, new U.S. nuclear weapon ray men as a deterrence to China. Donald Trump advocates stripping away parts of the constitution so he can be president. I'm Ed Baxter with global news. France and England advance in the World Cup in dominating fashion. I'm the Schwartzman. I'll have that story more coming up in Bloomberg's boards. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg daybreak Asia on Bloomberg 11 three O New York. Bloomberg 99 one Washington D.C., Bloomberg one O 6 one Boston, Bloomberg 9 60 San Francisco, Syria's XM one 19 and around the world on Bloomberg radio dot com and via the Bloomberg business app. It is 9 a.m. Monday morning in Hong Kong. It's just gone midday here in Sydney. I'm Paul Allen. We've got markets to open in Sydney, Tokyo, and Seoul mackensen Hong Kong and Shanghai coming online at the bottom of the yard died prisoners here to take a look at what to expect. Yeah, a couple of pressure points. Paul, I think we have to begin with the COVID situation

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"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 2 months ago

"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"When will you be able to go to a meeting where nobody smells like hand sanitizer, who knows, but we can give you the latest business and financial news. Fragrance free. Plus tease out some of what you just said. Are there tools in the toolbox for the fed? Does that point to the need for continued monetary support? Bloomberg radio, the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com. You do realize the mark that this is having on a younger generation. Bloomberg, the world is listening. Start your market day with Bloomberg surveillance. The bond market, it's a really interesting soup game. Jonathan farrow and Lisa and Abramovich. Isn't your base case the worst case scenario for most? Finance can't be fun. Who's in the zoo guys? Which one of us? Bloomberg's surveillance must listen must watch. I think they made a great decision separated with your spouse. We did mornings at 7 eastern on Bloomberg radio and Bloomberg television. When you reorganize and declutter, we're probably the first thing you decide to keep. Is there any serious contemplation of sanctions against China detailed financial and business reporting? Tell us more about your customers and how they're doing now. Expert analysis. You're basically just changing a $5 bill into 5 ones. Definitely essential. Looking at a high yield, where does that take you these days? Bloomberg radio, the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com, Bloomberg, the world is listening.

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Fresh update on "bloomberg radio" discussed on This Week

This Week

00:44 sec | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bloomberg radio" discussed on This Week

"On Wall Street. John. Thanks, Brian and Doug and just to hit on Bloomberg daybreak weekend. The hotly contested Georgia runoff race. I'm John Tucker, and this is Bloomberg. The balance of power. It's always shifting. What is a sensible economic policy with this split Congress? What are the chances we actually are in a recession, just don't know it. Track each transformation with Bloomberg's David west to should we increase the military support to Ukraine. From politics and government to markets in the economy. The tug of war between inflation and rate hikes Bloomberg balance of power with David Weston. The debt ceiling, there's a lot of talk about that. On Bloomberg radio, the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com. I was in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean when it happened. There was a sudden jolt and our submarine crashed on the sea floor. We were in total darkness. That's doctor Dijon figueroa, a marine biologist

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"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:48 min | 4 months ago

"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Eyes of experts gives you a better view. So let's talk about the paint trade and the Bloomberg, our market vision is 2020. I am shocked by the moves that we're seeing in the rights market. Bloomberg radio, the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com. Business, finance, and the latest news evicting world markets, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over a 120 countries. This is Bloomberg radio. Now, a global news update capitol police say an unidentified man killed himself after crashing his car into a vehicle barricade on Capitol Hill early Sunday morning. The vehicle went up in flames as the man exited. It was then that he fired several shots into the air at the man then shot himself as law enforcement approached the scene just after four in the morning. No one else was injured and investigation into the man's background is ongoing, but it doesn't appear that he was targeting any government officials. A U.S. congressional delegation is in Taiwan today the group led by democratic senator Ed Markey is expected to meet with senior Taiwan leaders, discussion topics will include regional security, global supply chains, climate change, and other issues of mutual interest. Show us the goods that's what representative Mike Turner is demanding of attorney general Merrick Garland after the FBI raid on former president Trump's home in Florida. But we want to know one what did the Department of Justice and the FBI tell the judge that they were going to find? And what did they find? The Ohio Republican appearing on CNN State of the Union. I'm Dina kodiak. You're listening to balance of power with David Westin on Bloomberg radio. Still to come this hour, how will the inflation reduction act affect the climate change fight? I ask former acting head

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Fresh update on "bloomberg radio" discussed on Fox News Sunday

Fox News Sunday

01:31 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bloomberg radio" discussed on Fox News Sunday

"Situation. Obviously the prices are also getting to a point where maybe some of these owners are like, wow, I have a number in the back of my mind and if someone hits my bid I'm out. David, we've asked you all the hard questions. Just one more. I mean, what are the chances this year? What do we like? I mean, do we think we have a chance? Yeah, look, you know, Doc and Darrell Moore, you know, I think they've just put together an unbelievable squad. I really do, I think Joelle is reported earlier. The plantar fasciitis, he's getting past that now. He's hitting his stride, you know, tough break on having James out for a few weeks. He'll be back. But you saw the rotation, the Doc put into play where he got some of the young guys in and I think that was just great. And so I couldn't be more excited. I know the team is really excited The organization is excited about what this season could be for us. Up next on the show, we wrap up our conversation with David Edelman, where we pivot to some of his other ventures like a carbon neutral food company and even tequila and vodka. That's right, plus our takeaways and the number of the week, which of course I dread because I always embarrass myself. That is straight ahead on the Bloomberg business of sports. I'm Michael Barr, along with scarlet fu and Damien sass, our you're listening to Bloomberg business of sports around the world. When it comes to the markets, we really know our stuff. I'm in triple lovers all cash. I don't care. Thanks for participating. Other things, not so much. Yesterday afternoon what she did to me in a game of parcheesi was unsafe. How did that guy crash? I got crushed. Dumb keen Jonathan farrow and Lisa Abraham with its host Bloomberg surveillance. You see how many gloom scenarios Lisa had lined up then? It looks like 5. We do mornings at 7 eastern on Bloomberg radio and Bloomberg television. Wake up and text text and eat. Text and catch the bus. Text and miss your stop. Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. Text and be late to work. Sorry, Elaine. Text and work. Text and pretend to work. Text and act surprised when someone calls you out for not working. Who me? Text and meet up with a friend you haven't seen in forever. Hi. Oh, hey. Text and complain that they're on their phone the whole time. Text and listen to them complain that you're on your phone the whole time. Ugh. Text in whatever. But when you get

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"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 6 months ago

"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg radio and television In the interest of transparency we should note that Michael Bloomberg the founder and majority owner of Bloomberg LP the parent company of Bloomberg radio is a donor to groups that support gun control Well another major story we're following this morning Nathan the house panel investigating last year's Capitol Hill insurrection is ready to take its findings public and Bloomberg's Amy Morris has details from our 99 one newsroom in Washington After nearly a year of investigation subpoenas and testimony the January 6th panel will lay out its findings for the public in a series of hearings starting next Thursday Most of their work has been behind closed doors but now members say the panel will present previously unseen material documenting what happened on January 6th and provide a summary of its findings The first of a series of public hearings is set for 8 o'clock Thursday night at prime time in the U.S. to give the investigation maximum exposure In Washington I'm Amy Morris Bloomberg daybreak All right Amy thank you also in Washington this morning we get the release of the May jobs report Economists predict 320,000 non farm payrolls were created last month Regardless Andrew husby U.S. and Canada economists for Bloomberg economics does not think the report will affect fed policy Early signs that labor demand is cooling but certainly there's nothing in this report that's going to shape the head off of tightening moves of at least 50 basis points in the next couple of meetings Andrew husby Bloomberg economics says look for that next half point rate hike at the fed's policy decision coming up June 15th Well the fed's major focus right now of course is curbing inflation and BlackRock chair and CEO Larry Fink is weighing in on the matter He tells Bloomberg the fed may not have the tools right now to deal with higher prices There's greater recognition that inflation.

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Fresh update on "bloomberg radio" discussed on Meet the Press

Meet the Press

00:31 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bloomberg radio" discussed on Meet the Press

"Twitter, go from here. This is Bloomberg. Carol messer. This stock has shot up big time. Jim's den of X so take us into the economic impact of this, along with reporters and editors who help make your business week profitable. Let's dig into it with Bloomberg business week editor Joe Weber. It's the cover story of the upcoming issue, Bloomberg, business week. We did afternoons at two eastern. These are retailers that have been on everybody's radar. Those Apple numbers continuing to come in. On Bloomberg radio, the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com. Not completing high school is more of a social thing than it was an academic thing. I came out in the 11th grade. Nobody was embracing you. The kids were cruel. It was very difficult to be gay. Even though all these years have passed, I still had that longing to have my diploma. The hard part was determining that I was gonna do it. But I definitely didn't do it alone. At age 30, with the help of her mentor, Carissa finished her high school diploma. I have a mentor, Maria. She convinced me to continue my education and finish what I started to get my

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"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:57 min | 6 months ago

"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg quick takes Tim Steven on Bloomberg radio I don't think so Okay Yeah we got some time to hang I really did think Caroline's interview with the chairman and CEO of Macy's Jeff gan was really interesting And he did talk about the consumer feeling strong like she said she kind of hit a different income levels and that he wasn't worried about bad debt They weren't seeing anything really now but he is concerned maybe going forward I mean this is the thing These data points are all looking backwards many extent What we care about is kind of what people are saying about the outlook and what happens in terms of consumers keep spending going forward Is that demand there or does that start to come undone and then that will certainly play out into higher prices perhaps or lower prices and maybe bring down economic growth The inventory is that we've heard about And I want to go back to what Michael McKee talked about at the top of our show about an hour ago And he said some of the stuff that the fed wanted to see is starting to happen Quickly right Very quickly Yeah and it's because the market even though the fed is only raised interest rates twice 75 basis points what has happened is the market has raised interest rates more so So you're actually seeing pending home sales decline you're seeing a number of indicators slowing as well Pending new home existence Exactly So what's happening in the real estate market Yeah and I think that's a big one because you buy a house and you end up really spending money in so many different ways right You're filling it with stuff your hiring contractors you're doing different things It's just insurance like it plays out in so many different ways So I think that's a big metric that we need to keep an eye on I want to say with inventories what's interesting and that Macy's report too is some of our reporting has said that a lot of the retailers sometimes to get ahead of those snarled supply chains have been stocking up their inventories but the problem is is like Caroline said if you end up with the wrong goods that's not ideal Honestly That is going to cost you Yeah Exactly And we see that playing out All right folks let's get back to world of national news on this.

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Fresh update on "bloomberg radio" discussed on This Week

This Week

00:37 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bloomberg radio" discussed on This Week

"Republican plan for inflation? What's the Republican plan to have make sure your parents involved involved in their schools? What's Republican plan for crime? What's the Republican plan for the border? I think we've got to be very clear about why you should vote for a Republican. But I think we ought to, as a conference, say, what are our real priorities here? Let's focus on if it's three things. And what's the real priorities that Americans care about? They care about inflation. They care about crime. Thanks to Florida senator Rick Scott. Still to come this hour, the World Bank seeks to play a bigger role on climate change. I'll talk about it with the World Bank president David malpass and I'll get his views on the prospects for a global recession. That's next, you're listening to bounce a power on Bloomberg radio. This is Bloomberg. Businesses evolve. The legal fallout over the supply chain crisis. Society evolves. The justices haven't second guessed vaccine requirements. Law, evil. We were talking about appeals of these lower court decisions. Follow the evolution here. Asking the 6th circuit to send it to another circuit, it seems to me like a fool's errand. Bloomberg law with June gross wait nights and tennis turn. On Bloomberg radio, the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com. Hey

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 8 months ago

"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"When will you be able to go to a meeting where nobody smells like hand sanitizer Who knows But we can give you the latest business and financial news Fragrance free Plus tease out some of what you just said Are there tools in the toolbox for the fed Does that point to the need for continued monetary support Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com You do realize the mark that this is having on a younger generation Bloomberg the world is listening Start your market day with Bloomberg surveillance The bond market it's a really interesting soup Jonathan farrow and Lisa Abramovich Isn't your base case the worst case scenario Who sounds finance can't be fun Who's in the zoo guys Which one of us Bloomberg's surveillance must listen must watch I think they made a great decision to step around with your spokes Weekday mornings at 7 eastern on Bloomberg radio and Bloomberg television The world's biggest bicycle maker giant manufacturing producing a model for women designed by women that contributes about 9% of sales Yeah if you have a live bike you kind of know how it is kind of catered to the women And I spoke to the founder of Liv as well as a chairperson of giant Bonnie to about how she wants to change the perception of women in cycling Take a listen.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:48 min | 8 months ago

"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"When will you be able to go to a meeting where nobody smells like hands sanitizer who knows but we can give you the latest business and financial news Fragrance free Plus tease out some of what you just said Are there tools in the toolbox for the fed Does that point to the need for continued monetary support Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com You do realize the mark that this is having on a younger generation Bloomberg the world is listening Start your market day with Bloomberg surveillance The bond market it's a really interesting soup game Jonathan farrow and Lisa Abramovich Isn't your base case the worst case scenario for us Who says finance can't be fun Who's in the zoo guys Which one of us Bloomberg's surveillance must listen must watch I think they made a great decision separately I suppose We didn't want to answer 7 eastern on Bloomberg radio and Bloomberg television When you reorganize and declutter we're probably the first thing you decide to keep Is there any serious contemplation of sanctions against China detailed financial and business reporting Tell us more about your customers and how they're doing now Expert analysis You're basically just changing a $5 bill into 5 ones Definitely essential Looking at high yield where does that take you these days Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg the world is listening If you thought that you'd seen a commodity boom you've seen nothing yet Have a look at commodity the be calm year to date up 26% but as we were.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:54 min | 8 months ago

"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With this Bloomberg radio business flash risk on here in Europe a divergence from the Asian session where stocks were under pressure due to the announcement of a two stage lockdown in Shanghai here in Europe the FTSE 100 up three tenths of a percent The Dax up 1.2% the regional outperformer along with Spain's ibex the cap 40 up a percent Italy's FTSE mib up 9 tenths of a percent looking ahead to futures price action E minis and NASDAQ 100 futures selling off around three tenths of a percent In the pre market Tesla is selling off due to that Shanghai lockdown Tesla will close its Shanghai base factory for the next four days The bond route continues U.S. benchmark ten year treasuries yielding two 49 up three basis points Italian ten year BTB up 7 basis points yielding two 14 overall on the stock 600 every sector in the green some stocks in focus imposed rallying 25% the Polish operator of services lockers is said to attract private equity interest The Swiss recruitment agency edeko down one and a half percent after a downgrade from JPMorgan the bank stating that the deco is underperforming its peers and the airlines in the green whizz air it at Ryanair all rallying this morning that is due to a fall in oil prices Brent crude under pressure down 3.2% priced at $116 a barrel due to the demand impact of those rolling lockdowns in China That's the Bloomberg radio business flash his Hannah George with the top news morning Hannah Good morning Laura Thank you Ukrainian and Russian negotiating teams are set to resume in person talks in turkey this week This as President Biden says he isn't seeking regime change in Moscow clarifying a comment he made at the end of his European trip that plasma Putin quote can not remain in power The BBC reports that president zelensky says Ukraine is prepared to discuss adopting a neutral status as part of a peace deal HSBC has scrubbed references to war in Ukraine in its research reports replacing it with language like conflict That's according to an FT report the word swap comes as the bank insists pressure to close its business in Russia And the second black box from the crash China eastern jet has been found after days of searching The flight data recorder was recovered among more than 33,000 pieces of wreckage an official says some parts of the device are severely damaged The mysterious nosedive of the Boeing 737 800 NG jet last Monday killed all a 132 people on board 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 Hannah George This is Bloomberg Bloomberg.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:10 min | 9 months ago

"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And at Bloomberg our market vision is 2020 I am shocked by the moves that we're seeing in the rights market Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business have been Bloomberg radio dot com Business finance and the latest news evicting world markets powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over a 120 countries This is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update this is a special report The Russian invasion of Ukraine President Biden is in Warsaw to talk with Poland's president about the flood of Ukrainian refugees entering the country He'll also deliver a speech in Poland today that The White House says will be a major address National security adviser Jake Sullivan says Biden's address will speak to the stakes of this moment as Russian forces attack Ukraine Refugees from Ukraine are arriving in Poland by the tens of thousands and traveling to Warsaw the mayor there says the city is doing everything it can I was services the services of the city are stretched because first of all we need to fight accommodation find accommodation for those people There are administrative burdens because we have to register them and give them a Polish identity number While the Polish capital has welcomed refugees the mayor says the city is at its limit and needs help Warsaw has taken on more refugees than any city in the world bumping the population up by 20% since the start of Russia's invasion 30 days ago I'm grad secret This is Bloomberg law with June brasso from Bloomberg radio Each day brings more death and destruction to Ukraine More innocent civilians killed more schools hospitals and apartment buildings destroyed Last week for the first time president Joe Biden called Russian president Vladimir Putin a war criminal and on Friday in Poland Biden reinforced that Devastation that is occurring at the hands of a man who quite frankly think is a war crime And I think it will meet the legal definition of that as.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

07:27 min | 9 months ago

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"I'm Scott Khan This is Bloomberg best on Bloomberg radio This is Bloomberg best I'm Ed Baxter And I'm Denise Pellegrini Denise Bill gross as you know is a cofounder of pimco and notably the author of I'm still standing An interesting to think about how he became known as the so called bam king to begin with And then what does he think about the bond market now Gross started his career at what became pimco later on in the vault operations there And here is what he told Bloomberg's Lisa abramo and Tom Keane about how he worked his way up and went to watch out for with bonds these days Let's listen to him Well we had a $1 billion portfolio Pacific mutual did It wasn't pimp go at the time And I just graduated from UCLA Anderson I had a master's degree I was clipping coupon So I'm not exactly in the mailroom clipping coupons And I said to myself wouldn't it be better to get out of the vault and into the sunshine and maybe you could trade these bonds you know back then there weren't computers IBM had a 360 et cetera but you couldn't really move them back and forth except physically And so most banks and most insurance companies didn't And so I thought that if I could take 5 million of that 1 billion portfolio and trade it and perform then we could get some clients and grow a little investment company called a little investment company that grew quite large Bill You talk also about your start just even with education with $200 sown into your pants going to Las Vegas gambling and getting $10,000 to pay for your college education Partly that gambling to the markets and how the game has changed How much has the game changed over your tenure Most states a lot Since when I started there weren't really liquid mortgage pass throughs This certainly wasn't interested in foreign bonds There weren't any tips inflation protected securities et cetera et cetera And so that and the evolution of financial futures which is probably the biggest change Introduce liquidity into the marketplace and it allowed for even a small firm at the time like pemco to basically trade and to make money Bill the reason why I ask is because we're in an era where a lot of people talk about the distortions in the Dubai markets by the Federal Reserve where the fed is prepared to start moving back from some of their support from their bond purchases How much can the bond market really give the same kinds of messages as it did back when you started out clipping coupons Well certainly not as much There's more involvement by almost all central banks despite the pullback that you mentioned And interest rates are so artificially low that it's hard for institutional investors for even individual and private investors to make much of a difference Central banks control the market I think they're terribly wrong in terms of what they've done stayed so low for so long and now we have inflation not necessarily because of those policies but probably in large part because of them And so it's just a difficult market You train anticipate the central banks which is relatively easy in the past few years because they haven't done anything But now they're about moving it's simply a question of what Powell and others do in terms of the policy rate Bill gross I've been out to Newport to see your Monroe trader on your desk of long ago and far away where you calculated convexity like no one that could do it And part of the as you mentioned the first mover advantage of pimco was intellect I want you to just speak about what you and doctor Aryan did When the two of you got together and put intellect first for a buy side house every single buy side shop had to react in pattern themselves against what you and Muhammad invented Tell us how you put intellect first at your pimp co Well we did build a small company that a larger company very smart people And it wasn't just myself and Muhammad Muhammad came much later Pimple was very much a success before Muhammad but Paul McCullough was very key in terms of fed policy and anticipating the Great Recession Chris Diana's was very important in terms of bringing financial futures to the company There were lots of others that were innovators that were mild risk takers and putting together a group of Bond kings and later queens was quite important Was a challenges that you had later in your career and I don't want to get into the soap opera of it But Bill gross were the challenges that you had like it's so many other shops due to the decline in profitability of the buy side It used to be a cozy job billiard show up for two hours then you can go pay cough golf trying to get your handicap up And that Bill the buy side every single buy side story is about lower and lower and lower revenue and squeezed margin Is that what you ran into later in your career That's what I was advocating in the bond market There was this extension of trading into ETFs and into vehicles that charged lower and lower and lower fees I sensed that as a trade as a sense of as a trend because simply as interest rates themselves lowered went down to 5 four three two one You know you couldn't charge 50 basis points on a 1% ten year treasury That's half of the half of the yield and it was almost an egregious type of situation And so fees became important It became important in terms of my leaving pimco because the surviving contingent basically wanted higher yield products hedge fund types of products and I wanted to stick to the old total return formula that had done so well The total return formula is in a very tenuous moment simply because of where yields are and where inflation is expected to be Some people consider Jeff gunlock successor when it comes to the bond king moniker You may disagree Others do the question I have is you agree with his prognostications of a 10% inflation rate this year and the likelihood that the fed is vastly behind the curve Will the ladder yes 10% inflation rate is problematic It depends of course on commodity prices oil prices And the wage follow on But I do think inflation will be in a four to 5% category for the next several years And does that validate a tenure at one 80 or 85 It does not Does it mean that there will be a huge amount of sellers because of the lack of fed buying Probably not As we've seen in the last few weeks treasuries are a safe haven much like gold And so investors are taking a 1.8%.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 11 months ago

"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Wall Street week with David Weston from Bloomberg radio Economic defender of last resort since the great financial crisis of 2008 it's been the Federal Reserve we've depended on to bail out the economy when things got rough The ongoing labor market slack in the subdued inflation outlook are key reasons for the committee's decision to maintain the current high degree of monetary policy Monetary policy will likely remain highly accommodative for quite some time But now we face something we haven't seen for a while A fed bent on tightening rather than loosening with Cher J Powell testifying at his confirmation hearing this week that quantitative easing has to come to an end Will be normalizing policy meaning we're going to end our asset purchases in March that rate hikes are coming this year If we have to raise interest rates more over time we will And that the fed's balance sheet is just too big We're mindful of the balance sheet is $9 trillion It's far above where it needs to be In short that the economy no longer needs the sort of monetary policy support the fed has been providing for over a decade The economy no longer needs or wants the very highly accommodative policies that we've had in place to deal with the pandemic in the aftermath And so as Jay Powell is on the brink of being confirmed for a second term as chair of the Federal Reserve it's time to think about how different the next four years may be from what came before And the help was take a look.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:34 min | 1 year ago

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06:28 min | 1 year ago

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"To Bloomberg opinion on Bloomberg radio I'm June grosso Gas prices have been on the rise for months The Biden administration is getting political pressure from the prices and Americans are feeling it in their pockets Bloomberg opinion columnist Liam danning has written a lot about energy and commodities and writes that even though any price per gallon beginning with a three provokes panic It's not hitting many Americans as hard as it once did We hear talk about the price of gas how it's so high It's affecting President Biden's popularity even but you don't think it's as painful as it appears No I mean there's this sort of almost totemic quality to any gasoline price that begins with a three or it tends to send us all into a panic But as with the price of anything over time other things change around it People earn more money or they use the product in different ways And that's as true for gasoline as for anything else So I recently I looked at the price of gasoline not just as the headline price but relative to some other things And when you do that you see that actually it doesn't look as high as the attention would seem to warrant So you consider the Toyota rav four crossover SUV Tell us what you discovered Yes So what I was trying to do there was the factor in how the price of gasoline changes over time but so does the efficiency of the vehicles we buy And so does the amount of money that we earn on average per hour And I should say that everything we're talking about is based on averages So I recognize there are people for whom this is a bigger deal I look at the rav four which is a very common size SUV the base 2021 model runs about 27 and a half $1000 Gets about 31 miles the gallon or at least it's rated to get that Now if you went back 5 years ago it was cheaper about $24,000 But it only got 26 miles to the gallon Now having said that gasoline was also cheaper 5 years ago That was kind of back in the middle of the oil crash gasoline was about 25% cheaper It began with a two rather than a three However the average worker also earns more these days on average So I worked out that even though the rav four now costs more nominally and even though gasoline costs more definitely you can actually buy that rav four and run it for the first year working fewer hours than you did 5 years ago And I think that's an important point that people need to remember that although gasoline looks high on a headline basis it's actually pretty small in terms of people's incomes So for example if you look at like disposable personal income gasoline is about 2% of disposable personal income Go back to 2008 for example which is when oil prices hit their all time peak Gasoline was 4% of disposable income And that trendline has been going down and down and down for decades So I think it's important to remember that even though gasoline looks high compared to spending power it doesn't actually look that out aligned with where we were before the pandemic hit I love this line You wrote it's a product of almost mystical importance to the U.S. consumer And could that be because it's something as you're pumping gas you stare at the price and you do that a couple of times a week maybe And so it's a price that you know you really have sort of ingrained in your mind I mean look I haven't done this scientifically I'm pretty certain that if you went up to ten Americans and asked them what the price of gas was and what the price of a gallon of milk was they would get the gasoline price way more often than they get the milk price Because it's there all the time at the side of the road it's there whenever they fill up which is usually every few days or once a week whatever it is So it's just as I say although it's declining as a percentage of disposable personal income it tends to keep that fairly steady share of the American mind share if you will President Biden made a decision to release oil from the strategic petroleum reserve Was that more political decision than an economic decision Well I think it's hard to separate the two I think the way I would characterize it is it was designed to be a short term thing The general outlook for oil is that we're in a tight market right now which should loosen as we head into the first half of next year Partly because oil demand tends to drop in the first half anyway and because we've got new supply coming on I think what Biden had his eye on was that even though as I've laid out three 50 gasoline on average actually isn't that big of a deal because it tends to have a hold over the American voters mind because it's being constantly reinforced on TV and on those signs at the side of the road I think he felt the need to do something to break the momentum that we had seen in oil prices through September and October And I think he saw releasing the SPR barrels as a way of breaking that momentum and politically getting him through to January February when the broader dynamics in the oil market may be friendlier to him Thanks Liam That's Liam denning columnist for Bloomberg opinion Let's turn now to a place that might become the next Austin Texas Arkansas you heard that right Bloomberg opinion columnist Conor San says the state has some desirable traits that could make it one of the nation's next hotspots First of all explain for us how Austin became the place for college grads to go So I think it had some things working at its favor in terms of it was already college town at a state capital that had.

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08:07 min | 1 year ago

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"Bloomberg law with June brazo from Bloomberg radio Well you can see that the air did truly love the matter Quentin Tarantino's 1994 film Pulp Fiction is a cult classic So it got a lot of attention when the filmmaker announced that he planned to auction off NFTs from the film including scan copies of script pages for 7 scenes that didn't make the final cut We've taken the original pages Digitize the original pages and like I said they're full of dialog that was changed new stuff stuff that I dropped later Like for instance The character that judge of all the plays Vincent for the whole 6 months of writing his name was Edward Vega It got unwanted attention from Hollywood studio miramax who's trying to stop Tarantino from selling the NFTs suing him for breach of contract copyright and trademark infringement Joining me is Lance coons a partner claris law Despite all the hype and the millions of dollars NFTs are being sold for a lot of people don't understand what they are and why they're so valuable An NST is a non fungible token that's distinguished from a fungible token like Bitcoin or ether which are blockchain based record that function like a dollar or a quarter or any other piece of currency in the real world One is exchanged with another and they have the same value no matter which one you have A non fungible token is something that's unique It's a blockchain record that has been created that does not exchange one to one with others but is instead unique One of the analogies I sometimes use is that if you take a penny or a quarter but if the mint were to misprint the penny or the quarter then suddenly you have an item that is different from the rest and collectors then value those particular misprinted items because of their scarcity And so NFTs are a way to create digital scarcity and what you end up being able to do is link an NFT and non fungible token as a record to some other unique digital asset So what exactly is Tarantino trying to sell as an NFT It's not a 100% clear from the advertising and the promotion that's been done around the NFT sale I don't think it's entirely clear from the complaint that miramax filed It appears to be Tarantino's canned written pages of scenes from Pulp Fiction It's not clear to me whether they're all unique in some way There's also apparently commentary that's going to be provided for him that's unique It looks like there may have been a plan and I don't know if this is still true to do some sort of unique artwork as sort of the cover of the NFT or the image that goes along with it Miramax immediately sued what's the focus of the lawsuit The primary focus is on the language of the contract between Tarantino and miramax dating back to 1993 and there was a rights agreement under which Tarantino and more spender transferred their right in the film which I think included all elements in all stages of development production to mere max So obviously in 1993 NFTs were not part of anyone's imagination I don't think And Tarantino's attorney argues that the director was acting within his reserved rights specifically the right to screen play production in a court of law How will they determine what that is Typically a court going to look at the first at the contract language itself and determine whether or not the language on its face is clear And if the language is clear then that screenplay publication would cover creation of NFTs around these scenes or these script pages then it would fall within his reserve right which is probably more likely here There's at least some question as to exactly what that sprays means and accord is going to have to look at the things courts look at to determine more ambiguous terms in a contract The course of action between the parties the other language in the contract the standard in the industry And so here that I think what the courts will end up looking at There is a line of cases on new uses of work in the copyright world where and we've seen this many junctures when new technology comes into play And to contracting parties could not have anticipated a new technology often those cases come down to how broad the language of the grant is and whether the party can be seen to have contracted around sort of anything that comes up in the future And we saw this in cases involving digital archives and things like that So tell us about Random House the Rosetta books Right and that's exactly one of those cases And I should say that there were cases long before that as well when things moved from television and to feature film and things like that and video But in the Random House of zeros that a books case the question was whether the right to publish in book form and that was the language in the contract included electronic ebook rights And in that particular case the district court said that the language has written was not brought enough to cover the new use and then on appeal the second circuit really sort of set a standard for how effect finder needs to look at the contract language to determine whether the new use was contemplated Now I will say that I'm not entirely sure whether the new use cases will come into play that directly in the miramax Tarantino case because that case seems to be focused primarily on the screenplay publication language as opposed to new uses but it could come up depending how the arguments go What's the main question in the case going to be To my mind the primary question in this case is does the term screenplay publication cover the fail of an NFT that is tied to parts of a screenplay clearly when Tarantino reserved his rights to screenplay publication it meant something It meant that he was reserving the right to do something with the screenplays and I think in the normal sense you would think that probably means taking that screenplay and selling copies of the whole screenplay on the market and publishing that screenplay to the market Here it's not clear I don't believe what Tarantino is going to be doing with these NFTs It looks like that sort of broader publication If you were going to sell a one or two or ten NFTs around a particular set of screenplay pages But I don't know that there's that much precedent yet that would tell us what the answer to that question is Thanks Lance That's Lance coons a partner claris law coming up next on the Bloomberg show The second circuit Court of Appeals will decide whether to dismiss a defamation case against former president Trump I'm June grosso and you're listening to Bloomberg At boost mobile you get the power of a free 5G phone when you switch which means the power to stream your favorite shows download all the music The power to video call your.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of messages on personal devices and set aside any related to work And these unusually stiff sanctions for lack surveillance could serve as a warning for the financial industry Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio President Joe Biden says the political divide in America has gotten worse Speaking on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon Biden blamed the extreme elements of the Republican Party and former president Trump's election fraud claims The QAnon and the extreme elements of the Republican Party and what Donald Trump keeps sort of seems to me feeding the big lie It makes it awful hard Biden said it didn't used to be this way and touted his friendship with the late Republican Senate majority leader Bob Dole Biden said he was late to the show's taping because he was delivering the eulogy at Dole's service on Friday Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is This is Bloomberg Wall Street week with David Weston from Bloomberg radio This is what movies I did in western I am delighted to say that for the first time in nearly two years we are back around our real roundtable in New York with our contributor Larry summers of Harvard and also our contributor Steve ratner of Willard advisers and their responsible for investing the personal and philanthropic assets of Michael R Bloomberg are founder and majority shareholders So Larry let's start with you on Friday we got CPI numbers as predicted they came in hot Headline number 6.8% You've been talking about this for some time What are we learning about inflation We didn't know before We're having a confirmed that it's not transitory And I think everybody recognizes now with the statements from chairman Powell with the statements from secretary Yellen that this isn't going to just go away of its own accord that the fed's going to have to take substantial action to control inflation unless there's some kind of other adverse development to crack and markets or something of that kind But we put in motion for the first time in 40 years excessive inflation caused by overheating of the economy And that's going to have to be worked out of the system And that's probably not going to be such an easy thing Well let's talk about that How easy it is Steve do you agree with that analysis And if so what are the prospects that in fact the fed can slow this thing down without really causing some damage to the economy Well I.

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Everything we know about the Kroger mass shooting

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Everything we know about the Kroger mass shooting

"Will keep paying employees of the tennessee. Store attacked by a third party vendor. Sarah bartlett has more a kroger. Spokesperson says the caller vel store will stay closed while police investigate thursday's attack which left a customer identified as livia king dead ten workers and four other customers were hurt in the mass shooting. Kroger says counseling services are available to any associate who needs help. The shooter took his own life and a motive is still unknown. I'm sarah

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04:45 min | 1 year ago

"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg Radio. One of the last Marines to die in Afghanistan will be laid to rest today after her body was flown back to the U. S. Marine Sergeant Jahani Rosario Pichardo was among the 13 U. S service members killed last month on the suicide bombing at the Kabul airport. On Saturday, Pichardo remains arrived at her home town of Lawrence, Massachusetts, hundreds came to pay their respects, says Marines and dress uniform carried her casket into a funeral home. The 25 year old was helping to screen evacuees at an airport gate when the bomb went off. Dozens of Afghans were also killed in the blast. A newly released FBI memo suggests possible Saudi involvement with the 9 11 hijackers. On Friday, President Biden signed an executive order to declassify certain documents related to the FBI's 9 11 probe. Jim Forbes has details. The Biden administration declassified FBI memo on Saturday that showed links between a suspected Saudi and Intelligence operative. And to Al Qaeda operatives who took part in the 9 11 hijacking plot. The memo is reportedly heavily redacted and does not offer a clear direct link between the Saudi government and the hijackers and outbreak of measles is putting a temporary stop to US bound flights carrying in Afghan evacuees. White House press secretary Jen Psaki describes it as a limited outbreak involving only a few confirmed cases of measles. The evacuees are being kept at two U. S bases in Germany and Qatar and pits Berg. One teenagers dead, another badly injured after a shooting at a hayride event and police are looking for a teenage shooter. They say a 15 year old boy was killed last night while participating in a haunted hayride the injured team in critical condition. Allegheny County police say a group of teens got into an argument before the shooting and a Pittsburgh suburb. A couple of NASA astronauts are conducting his spacewalk this morning. Outside the international space station. Crew members will install a modification kit in preparation for more upgrades to the solar array. I'm Scott Car, a new study says It won't be long before college aged adults not using marijuana will be in the minority and who study from researchers at the National Institute on Drug Abuse finds the drugs become more acceptable and popular in recent years. It says we'd use among college students and their peers reached historic Really high levels in 2020 a level of usage they say that hasn't been seen since the eighties. Today of New York's Madison Square Garden. Entertainers Jon Stewart and Pete Davidson host a comedy special to mark the 20th anniversary of the 9 11 terrorist attacks and raise money for 9 11 Charities. Davidson's from Staten Island. My dad, If you don't know he was a fireman, he died. 9 11 is very good, dude, and I have a lot of jokes about it. And if you don't like the first one, you probably won't like the rest. The benefit New York City still rising after 20 years of Comedy celebration has some comedic A listers, including Dave Chappelle, Amy Schumer and Jimmy Fallon, The head of software company. Salesforce is promising to help relocate their Texas workers because of a new abortion law there this amid backlash over a Texas abortion bill, which effectively bans most abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected. And makes no exceptions for cases of rape and incest. A second list of Asian giant Hornets has been found in northern Washington state. With this hornet. They will sting right through a bee suit. The state's Department of Agriculture says. It's southwest of the first nest found earlier this summer. Honey beekeepers nationwide are keeping an eye out for the bug like you can sit out here. And guard your beehives with a shotgun against an insect doesn't work. That way. The giant hornets will target and destroy a colony of honeybees. Within minutes, Agriculture officials are working on a plan to destroy the new nest. Over the next few days, even more cash is up for grabs in the next Powerball drawing. After no big winner emerged last night, the jackpots been bumped up to an estimated $416 million with a cash option of nearly 302 million bucks that drawing on Monday. I'm Scott Carr. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom schools in all of New York City, Public school students are expected to return to classes in person on Monday. The full return to in class instruction will test Mayor Bill de Blasio is insistence that schools can keep infection rates low, even with all one million Children, learning in person and the highly contagious Delta variant spreading among the unvaccinated A big inflation report is in focus in the coming week. Bloomberg's Karen Moscow, reports. The consumer price index, a closely watched a measure of U. S. Inflation is out on Tuesday. It's forecast to show prices continue to rise at a solid pace in August. Comes out on the same day Apple is planning his biggest product launch of the year Wednesday..

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Ford Hires Away Executive Leading Apple’s Car Project

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Ford Hires Away Executive Leading Apple’s Car Project

"A big win for Ford and a setback for Apple. Ford has hired away from Apple, the executive leading that company's effort to come up with a self driving car. Doug Field, had been a former executive at Tesla. Now he's the chief advanced technology officer at Ford. Ford shares are about 1% higher. Apple shares are up almost 2%. But this is a coup for Ford, and that it's made big strides in convincing investors. It can compete with Tesla on electric vehicles and technology.

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Bitcoin Faces Biggest Test as El Salvador Makes It Legal Tender

Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

02:24 min | 1 year ago

Bitcoin Faces Biggest Test as El Salvador Makes It Legal Tender

Cardi B & Offset Welcome Baby No. 2

Bloomberg Businessweek

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Cardi B & Offset Welcome Baby No. 2

"Cardi B and offset are welcoming their second child together. The rapper with songs that have over a billion views on YouTube, posted a photo of herself her husband and their newborn baby on Instagram. The caption simply reads 94 21. No word on the baby's name or gender. But the Blue Heart in the caption has many speculating.

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Boeing's New 787 Dreamliners Likely Delayed Until at Least Late October

Bloomberg Radio New York Show

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Boeing's New 787 Dreamliners Likely Delayed Until at Least Late October

NYC to Develop Evacuation Plan and Alert System for Basement Apartment Residents

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

NYC to Develop Evacuation Plan and Alert System for Basement Apartment Residents

At Least 8 People Killed in NYC, New Jersey After Ida Slams Northeast

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

At Least 8 People Killed in NYC, New Jersey After Ida Slams Northeast

Nevada Gets Evacuation Warning, Caldor Fire Nears Lake Tahoe

Bloomberg Law

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Nevada Gets Evacuation Warning, Caldor Fire Nears Lake Tahoe

"Some Nevada residents are being forced out of their homes because of the Cal door. Fire reports say People living on the east side of Lake Tahoe have been given evacuation orders this after the fire forced roughly 22,000 in South Lake Tahoe, California to flee their

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Zoom Shares Plunge as Growth Slows Down

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Zoom Shares Plunge as Growth Slows Down

"Power zooming Laura now by just about 10%. We're keeping an eye on zoom video communications out with the sales forecasts. It did fall short of some analysts estimates, raising concerns the company will have difficulty maintaining rapid revenue growth as workers turn away from remote meetings. Again. Shares of Zoom now down by

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Tennis Superstar Naomi Osaka Has a New Interest: Cryptocurrencies

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Tennis Superstar Naomi Osaka Has a New Interest: Cryptocurrencies

"The growing rage around Cryptocurrencies has captured the attention of the defending U. S Open champion has been exploring where she can invest in the space. Part of her interest was brought on by all the noise around does coin the digital token that became famous for being the first? Mm coin to start out as a joke? Here's a little bit of a quote. I was actually just talking with my agent about Cryptocurrencies, she said in an interview last week. This is a quote. I know that online. Everything is getting bigger. I remember reading about does coin. There's going to be something new and interesting. That's going to pop up. Massocca said. The continuous stream of conversations around Bitcoin especially on our Twitter feeds doctor interest even before her agent approached her with the idea to invest. You

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Nationals, Astros Mandate COVID-19 Vaccine for Non-Playing Staff

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00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Nationals, Astros Mandate COVID-19 Vaccine for Non-Playing Staff

"League baseball teams will require Covid 19 vaccines for those working in their organisations. Rebecca Hubbard, reports to Major League Baseball teams are requiring full time non playing employees to get the Covid vaccine. The Washington Nationals employees had till Thursday to show proof of vaccination or offer a medical or religious exemption. The Houston Astros required the vaccine for their major league club, as well as the three minor league teams they own. According to ESPN. As fighting continues throughout September, those without an exemption or proof of vaccine will be fired. The

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Matthew Mindler, "Our Idiot Brother" Actor, Has Died at 19

Bloomberg Radio New York Show

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Matthew Mindler, "Our Idiot Brother" Actor, Has Died at 19

Louisiana Braces for Category 4 Hurricane Ida

Bloomberg Politics, Policy and Power

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Louisiana Braces for Category 4 Hurricane Ida

"Hurricane Ida is less than 300 miles from home in Louisiana with sustained winds of 105 MPH. The National Hurricane Center in Miami, predicts the storm will strengthen rapidly before it makes landfall, bringing a life threatening storm surge, potentially catastrophic wind damage and flooding rainfall beginning Sunday morning, Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards says this storm could be one for the history books will be one of the strongest hurricanes to hit anywhere in Louisiana sense. At least the 18 fifties as the Cal door fire rages closer to Lake Tahoe. The vacation destination was empty Saturday, leading up to the Labor Day holiday. Smoke conditions, along with shifting gusty winds started to scare off the tourists. A fire watches being put in place for 11 A.m. on Monday by the National Weather Service. That's one step closer to a red flag warning officials are hopeful that several man made fire lines can save the iconic Lake Tahoe basin from the raging

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Dating Apps Are Turning to Video and Audio to Link People up

Bloomberg Opinion

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Dating Apps Are Turning to Video and Audio to Link People up

"Say goodbye to swiping dating apps are using audio and video to get more users on their sites in the hopes of generating more money. With the addition of audio and video people can interact in a way that hasn't been seen in online dating. One dating, Apps says It will also allow people to form better connections that could draw more people together. Online users have been clear that they're interested in meeting up over video as a way to break the ice or check a potential dates. Vibes before seeing them in

Tropical Storm Ida Nears Louisiana, Prompting Governor's Emergency Declaration

Bloomberg Law

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Tropical Storm Ida Nears Louisiana, Prompting Governor's Emergency Declaration

"A state of emergency ahead of Tropical Storm Ida. Edwards says the declaration will help everyone prepare for the storm, which could hit Louisiana late Sunday or early Monday. The governor wants people to be ready for tropical storm force winds, flash flooding and storm surge. I'm Brian shook

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Cristiano Ronaldo Nearing a Deal With Manchester City

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Cristiano Ronaldo Nearing a Deal With Manchester City

"Manchester City in Ronaldo are nearing an agreement for the event is superstar to leave Italy for the Etihad. Sources say that city manager Pep Guardiola and Ronaldo spoke earlier today regarding the potential move for the final obstacle being event is his insistence of a fee of around €28 million for the 36 year old. Group stage

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Trevor Lawrence Gets Nod as Jacksonville Jaguars' Starting QB for Week 1

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Trevor Lawrence Gets Nod as Jacksonville Jaguars' Starting QB for Week 1

"Three. Jacksonville Jaguars, finally announcing that number one overall pick Trevor Lawrence will get the start next week. Well, excuse me Get to start week one versus the Houston Texans. Jaguars coach Urban Meyer had repeatedly stated during training camp that Lawrence was in competition with former starter Gardner Minshew for the starting job. I'm Dan Schwartzman, that your

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Kylian Mbappe Wants to Leave PSG Amid Real Madrid Interest

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Kylian Mbappe Wants to Leave PSG Amid Real Madrid Interest

"PSG has confirmed that they have turned down a real Madrid offer reported to be for €160 million for superstar killing OBOP. PSG sporting director Leonardo, though does acknowledge in an interview that the 22 year old France international does want to leave Park depends. Sources say the French giants would consider selling your body for around €200

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Bloomberg Radio New York

07:11 min | 2 years ago

"bloomberg radio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Joon Grosso from Bloomberg Radio on this special New Year's Day edition of the Bloomberg Law Show. I've been talking to Bloomberg News Supreme Court reporter Greg Store and Bloomberg Law. Supreme Court reporter Kimberly Straw Bridge Robinson about what's coming up at the court. This year, the court is going to consider a case involving two Arizona voting policies that could further weaken the Voting Rights Act. You really won't You tell us about it? Sure. So you mentioned that these involved to Arizona election rolls. In one, the San Francisco based ninth Circuit struck down the so called ballot harvesting rules. Now, These are rules that limit who can return early ballots on behalf of third parties in some states, allow them others do not in the states that don't allow them. The concern. Is that those collecting the ballots, Chris manipulate them. In the states that allow them, proponents say it makes it easier for elderly or just disabled voters to be heard. Proponents also note that minority voters rely on these third party ballot collection measures far more than white voters. Now the second measure that was struck down by the ninth Circuit is the Grand Canyon States out of precinct policy. Out briefly. This rule allows election officials to reject ballots cast in the wrong precinct. Even if someone was eligible to vote for some of those candidates again, the ninth Circuit struck down both of those rules. Saying that they violated what's left of the Voting Rights Act. The court cut back on the voting Rights Act significantly in 2013 in the Shelby County case. It's probably one of the cases that people actually know the name of Greg What's the Roberts court's history with regard to voting rights cases? Very skeptical and likely to get even more skeptical. Now that Justice Bharat is on the court, the Shelby County case was certainly the biggest one but a zit general matter of the court has restricted the scope of the Voting Rights Act, and this is a different part of the Voting Rights Act. The Shelby County case had to do with the requirement that when some states made changes to the voting rules, they first get pre clearance from either the Justice Department or a federal court. This is about the rules when somebody actually sues over a violation of the Voting Rights Act. Here. The court could well put in place a much higher standard that you're gonna have to reach. If you want to show that some sort of rule change this proportionately affected minority voters, the folks defending the Arizona policies. A as long as there's not a difference in the opportunity that minority voters have toe take the cast ballots. Then there's not a problem under the Voting Rights Act, and if the court agrees That would further restrict the scope of this landmark law. Now, a recent grant may turn out to be one of the most watched cases of the term, at least for sports fans. The court recently agreed to hear an appeal by the National Collegiate Athletic Association of 1/9 Circuit decision. What's it about Greg? It's about what sorts of compensation athletes can get. When there are on scholarship. A federal judge lifted the caps and said that athletes And receive schools can give them other sorts of education related compensation, like tutoring, help or internships after their playing days are over our computers. The lower court said that the NC double a Woz using its monopoly power to engage in anticompetitive behavior at the Supreme Court, the end to double a says Hey, we're just Trying to keep our sport as an amateur sport. And this is how we're applying our own policies, toe limit the sort of compensation and this really isn't something that antitrust law to be scrutinizing. That you can get a kind of quick look but the king of detailed analysis that happens in the antitrust cases where you're second guessing our policies about whether or not we're letting schools pay for musical instruments or science equipment. They say that's just not appropriate reports to do Can't remember the last time the court had a sports case it Kimberly. I wonder if we're going to be able to figure out which of the justices are sports fans or it's going to be one of those cases where you don't even hear anything about sports. It's just all about technical issues. Well, we do really know that there are some diehard baseball stands on the court. Whether or not that will seep into their consideration of these cases, eyes not clear. I will say that one of the claims that the CIA is pressing is that you know this could bleed into other sports as well. And they know that everybody's been some Other leagues of rodeo ice skating, mixed martial arts that have thought to kind of piggyback onto these claims. Let's turn now to some cases that are not on the docket yet. Mississippi's 15 Week. Abortion Ban law could be one of the first abortion case is that justice any Cockney Barrett rules on I say could be because they've rescheduled consideration of it at conference nine times. What does that mean? Greg? That's a big question. It's pretty unusual. They have never actually disgusted at conference. We just know that they keep pushing it back. It's possible that the justice is writing some sort of opinion, maybe to try to persuade his or her colleagues toe take up the case, maybe in crafting it as a descent if and when the court decides not to hear it. This is really the one big abortion case of the court could hear this term that would make a huge difference. The appeal doesn't directly say overturn Roe v. Wade or overturned the Planned Parenthood versus Casey decision, but it really undercuts the rationale of it because it would for the first time. Say that states can effectively ban abortions before a fetus becomes viable. And that's something that the Casey decision from 1992 pretty clearly says states cannot do. If the court were to hear in this case, it would be a blockbuster. No doubt. Do you believe? Abortion case is one of the reasons many liberals feared Justice Barrett on the bench. So Mike the liberals and perhaps justice Roberts try to stay away from this issue, but Barrett could provide the vote needed to take it. That's right. So, although it takes five justices to decide a case, it only takes four justices to agree to take one up on Dow. It seems like they have even more than they would need to kind of push. Chief Justice Roberts, who might have been unwilling to you to decide these really devices issues in the Supreme Court, rather than just leaving it to, you know the states and to Congress, so we'll have to see how that plays out. Likely. We won't know, Um whether or not that happens even if the court agrees to take up that case until many decades later, a sprinkler doesn't tell us how they voted, or typically doesn't tell us how they voted in The decision to grant these cases so it's something that we all just have to speculate about..

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