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"bob malone" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"bob malone" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Also a code nineteen drive through testing site in the parking lot of Freeman Coliseum expect delays and lane closures along Houston street in eighteen T. centre parkway I'm Cindy Sampson news radio twelve hundred W. away I building in warm temperatures to be in the low fifties will fall back to the mid to upper sixties early clouds Friday then some clearing later afternoon high mid to upper eighties stray shower thunderstorm late Friday night and we'll see a partly sunny day on Saturday I'm Jeff you know from the weather channel on San Antonio's official weather station news radio twelve hundred W. away I chance at a thousand dollars to help with your bills coming up twelve times today oh my god use radio twelve hundred W. away I'd presented locally by Alamo water softeners a local family business that's here to make sure you have the best in home water filtration systems call them at two one oh two seven four six one two two that's two one oh two seven four six one two two hi I'm Robert the prices all remaining twenty nineteen how low can we go on a twenty nineteen seventy one forty E. ninety to seventy seventy nine you know right now okay what about a twenty nineteen Sorrento seventy nine at a discount on it makes it so some of it in nineteen ninety one and only a little fourteen you get a lifetime warranty shop online or visit us at world car kia L. eight six six six seven two two seven two one for details the I heart media is new podcast the art of improvement a casual conversation with San Antonio's influencers coming up this week the president and CEO of Sonora bank Bob Malone our logo or three running horses there three horses running in absolute unison moving together and there's three different colors it takes all kinds to make the bank's successful be a part of the conversation and subscribe to the art of improvement podcast available now on your I heart radio app it's times like these that remind.

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"bob malone" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"bob malone" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Michael berry show life is practice poker night and vacations are you sure we can afford this RV life is also news weather and traffic things that impact the life well my kids practice can be cancelled the weather's bad because I'd rather be home hanging out with the family than sitting in traffic all night everything the economy is in line for every aspect of life it's important to know what's going on use radio twelve hundred W. away I listened I heard media's new podcast the art of improvement a casual conversation with San Antonio's influencers coming up this week the president and CEO of Sonora bank Bob Malone our logo or three running horses there three horses running and absolutely units moving together and there's three different colors it takes all kinds to make the bank's successful be a part of the conversation and subscribe to the art of improvement podcast available now on your I heart radio app big big barbecue voted best barbecue by several publications with his second location open Monday through Saturday eleven to six instances airport on the south side of the Big Bend dot com get your robot had a big barbecue corner Austin highway in center board are you ready to switch mobile providers spectrum mobile is a better way to mobile delivering the fastest overall speed and the most reliable mobile service coast to coast and now we're bringing five G. with faster speeds for an even better mobile experience and of course we have the latest five G. phones reliability value spectrum mobile a better way to mobile now with five G. visit spectrum dot com slash mobile for details and to find a store near you happening across the nation right now eighty P. is helping party city stores streamline recruiting music houses like squeaky clean studios are demo ing tracks well eighty P. helps keep business on track and eighty P. helps a small Mexican restaurant keep up with compliance demands when eighty P. helps businesses achieve what they're working for news for the HR talent time benefits and payroll informed by data and design for people learn more I designed eighty P. dot com liberty mutual insurance company help you customize your home insurance so you only pay for what you need unlike things get paid for it didn't need like the HVAC NATO two thousand a wifi connected backing uploads destiny dated in the cloud.

"bob malone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"bob malone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Toll from the corona virus in the U. S. has climbed to nine with tensions rising over how to contain the outbreak lawmakers on Capitol Hill are expressing doubts about the government's ability to ramp up testing fast enough to deal with the crisis lawmakers are finalizing a seven point five billion dollars emergency bill to fund the government's response to the corona virus outbreak in a burst of bipartisan cooperation and Bernie Sanders and his wife returned home to remote devoting super Tuesday's presidential primary with the senator telling reporters he's looking forward to doing well meantime billionaire democratic presidential hopeful Mike Bloomberg founder and majority owner of Bloomberg radio Bloomberg LP acknowledged that the only way he can secure the nomination is through a contested convention we'll have live coverage on Bloomberg radio of tonight's super Tuesday results will news twenty four hours a day on air and on QuickTake by Bloomberg I'm Bob Malone right all right thanks very much Bob let's get to our first guest on the show today Jack McIntyre fixed income portfolio manager Brandywine global jacket Doug gave us a very good reading there on what happened in the bond market with yields on the ten year all the way down to ninety six step back for a moment and let's talk a little bit about what this is supposed to do the action by the fed lower cost of capital the dollar should probably move down a little bit but what are some of the key parts of the transmission mechanism that of cuts so we needn't regulated out I think very well but but my personal view of why the fed did what they did was because we had a financial tightening embedded in the sell off in equities I think we're so addicted to higher equity prices there so much wealth tied up in equity prices that when equity prices to offer the tightening of financial conditions so I think the fed is trying to alleviate that because certainly in this environment krone wires cutting fifty basis point is not going to impact the economy in terms of what goals we will see the impact of the corona virus so I think it was just hi to alleviate the equity markets but clearly that didn't work but having said that you know yesterday huge rally so Monday's rally in equities stole some of the thunder from that if the fed to move today this the intention Jack was to alleviate the equity market was a right calf the right tool because there aren't many bullets left yeah that that's a challenge I actually think the fed is protest by because the reason I say that is because the markets are already pricing in the fed and they still are pricing the fed the fed can't just kinda stand Pat here unless they want to run the risk of upsetting the markets are going to have to continue down the path of of cutting rates but you know this is the world we need more than just monetary policy I mean as you point out that can't limited ammunition we need fiscal and we not also we need just to let as far as work its way through will process one reason why we should not to cry too much what the fed did institutions do what they can so others probably need to step up here what else might we see and you know it's it's it's fiscal action included so I think I agree with Larry summers I mean I I think yeah thank you the the global central bank community community could have done a better job at this I started a global the G. seven activity seven basically had a plan to have a plan again maybe it's a little premature to actually know exactly what is needed from a fiscal stimulus standpoint but they've got to be clear on their communication that they are going to step up and do what needs to be done and then you're right from a monetary policy standpoint this need to be a global coordinated development I think it would've been easier to do as opposed to just a fad doing a unilateral approach in doing about that yeah the cats out the bag and that's the kind of world we are in right now we're gonna have all killing until they do take a more global approach okay so how do investors deal with this kind of world at the moment where do you go to find yield yeah that that case well you know I'm not sure it's about finding your way around capital preservation right now and then that you know I kind of I I I've I've been very bullish on treasures but given today's price action certainly not as bullish but having said that there aren't a lot of alternatives to put your money to work and do you go to castle that's certainly an alternative but every time the fed cuts rates they're punishing savers so but you know at least you get capital preservation I actually think it again depends on your viewers time frame but you know time is this is the best hedge in what I mean by that is that I think we are going to work her way through the corona virus is gonna do what it's gonna do but there is a response fiscal monetary we're gonna whether six months eight months or whatever time bearing tanker and we're gonna get through this there's a lot of there will be a lot of fiscal stimulus in the vehicle economy and you do have to make an assumption I don't R. suction that this is going to be a bad add flu season but we are going to get through it can be pretty critical because China's getting back online in terms of increasing production if we don't see an uptick in the number of new cases I think.

"bob malone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"bob malone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Be for once we might be right according to research from the Australian institute think tank summers on the continent are now a month longer than they were in the nineteen fifties as climate change upends traditional weather patterns the researchers found that between nineteen ninety nine and twenty eighteen Australian summer's worth thirty one days longer than the mid twentieth century average with twenty three fewer days of winter temperatures the picture was even more dramatic in some regional centers with the likes of port Macquarie a coastal holiday tale about four hours drive north of Sydney seeing seven more weeks of summer the longer summers and shorter winters may sound like bliss that is so superficial you know land already coping with climatic extremes longer summers also increase the risk of extreme heat which is a particular danger to the young and the elderly so no that is not okay with many boomers that's the Bloomberg green business reports I'm Bob Malone okay Bob thank you the coming up to six forty on Wall Street as the corona virus spreads visa has become the latest payments firm to face a hit from the fallout that stories Bloomberg's Charlie palette the company warned that cardholders spending overseas has slowed sharply especially for travel related purchases on this quarter's revenue growth will be about two and a half to three and a half percentage points lower than the outlook is shared on January thirtieth visa said it would not give a forecast for future quarters until its earnings call in April visa joins MasterCard and PayPal holdings in warning investors about how the spread of coronavirus might impact their business Charlie Papa number daybreak all right Charlie thank you S. and P. futures are higher by almost fourteen points Dow futures up a hundred sixty six nasdaq futures a gain of fifty eight points you're listening to Bloomberg daybreak imagine Hey this is Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans quicken loans is celebrating our best quarter ever and now we're celebrating some of the lowest refinancing rates ever.

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"bob malone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:34 min | 2 years ago

"bob malone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We are live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studios where it is six fifty on Wall Street and it's time now to check what is going on in Washington DC some of the top stories in our nation's capital include president trump assuring Americans that the response to the corona virus was well in hand but since he's done that signs of disorder are starting to emerge not just on Wall Street but also in Washington vice president Mike pence also now saying he is now the leading the government's coronavirus task force instead of health and Human Services secretary Alex ETS are and the president maintaining his administration has done an incredible job preventing the spread of the virus after California's governor says his state is monitoring eighty four hundred people for signs of exposure all of this of course with the backdrop of an election the primary in South Carolina tomorrow super Tuesday on Tuesday and the general election coming up in November let's talk about all of this and more with Bloomberg U. S. politics editor Kathleen hunter she joins us now Kathleen it is Friday and we've been talking with analysts all morning long they say investors are watching not just the virus but the democratic primary so how much of a factor is the response to the virus becoming now in this election cycle well you know we just saw a press release this morning from Tom Steyer's campaign he's someone that you know is performing pretty well in terms the polls in South Carolina and so I'm worth watching at least for the next day or so and we just saw a press release from his campaign this morning questioning whether this could be a Katrina moment for president trump that obviously refers back to the two thousand five storm that you know was politically over which trump was widely criticized I'm sorry over which bush was widely criticized for his response at the time and so I think there's a question here you know Democrats are wondering whether or not this is she's gonna stick around until November and if so if it could be damaging to the trump administration yeah that's what I wanted to talk about how much farther could this reaches it mean it's only February we need to keep that in mind but couldn't show up as an issue in the general I think it definitely could I think that you know we've just seen over the last couple days how much traction the story's gotten really since you know just Tuesday so in the last seventy two hours or so now we know that the you know new cycle moves a mile a minute now and so this could be something that fades into the background but it's really outside of you know the control of anyone in politics it's you know obviously disease we don't know what's gonna happen with it but you know given what public health officials are saying that this is a disease that could be around for quite awhile it could be disease that most people end up getting in some form you know or another over time hi this certainly could become an issue that stretches out and becomes you know it's still and the forefront of people's minds you know come September October when people are making up their minds about the general election it is there a possibility that this could also shift momentum before the general election during these democratic primaries from Bernie Sanders remember he is the one who really made healthcare front and center part of his platform and while he is the front runner now there's this critical primary in South Carolina Joe Biden has a shot at winning he has a lot riding on that so how could that shift the winds with that backdrop well I think in a couple different ways as you mentioned you know it could put health care and you know particularly public health and funding for public health more in the forefront of Americans minds and so you know that could shape who in the democratic field you know gets more support on not just in South Carolina but as we head into super Tuesday and beyond and so that's worth watching there's also been some questions out there and this may be a bit premature but whether all this attention around the corona virus and particularly if the virus spreads more in the U. S. if that could have an impact on voter turn out in terms of people you know not wanting to come out and you know go to you know highly public voting centers where there's going to be large crowds lots of people again it's a bit early for that but I think that these are the types of questions that campaigns are beginning to wonder about now well Kathleen I had not even thought about that when you vote you're going to be with hundreds of other people who are also voting that might be an issue now you also mentioned funding for public health so I want to know what you've been hearing about as far as a response on Capitol Hill for funding quarantines are checking people at the border or anything else well from a democratic perspective on you know on Capitol Hill I think Democrats are going to use this upcoming debate over funding you know that the trump administration has put in an emergency funding request it's not as high as some Democrats would like to see and I think that Democrats in particular are going to be using this upcoming debate to try to highlight the fact that the trump administration has cut funding for places like the CDC and other efforts to respond to you know pandemic illnesses and so I think that that is a way which were gonna see the symbiosis between what's going on the campaign trail and what you know what the lawmakers democratic lawmakers on Capitol Hill are going to be using to try to bolster other democratic case heading into twenty twenty so we look at the candidates now we've looked at the lawmakers on Capitol Hill let's circle back and go back to the White House of vice president Mike pence says he's in charge of the response to all of this the president did appoint him very publicly but it was a pointed statement that he made that HHS secretary health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar is not in charge that pence is in charge so I'm just asking if everybody in the administration is on the same page they've gotten some criticism for that but on the same page with the same message are they there yet well some of it I I think I have the most fundamental level the reason why trump did this press conference on Wednesday night I had this you know rhyme time basically six PM press conference was to try to you know dispel any sense that there isn't a United front among the hi the trump administration and that the trump and to try to drive home the idea the trump administration is taking this very seriously and so I think that you know in some ways pence's very pointed statement I you know kind of re open the Pandora's box about this you know these questions about whether everyone in the administration is singing off the same sheet of music and you know just to put it mildly that's not particularly helpful that's exactly what the White House have been trying to avoid now I'm gonna have about a minute left here with there's a lot to watch for coming up with the primaries with everything coming up with this coronavirus what are you specifically watching for over the next few days well I do think that you know the virus as side pretty much that you know this is going to be a big twenty four hours I have you know twenty four to seventy two hours for Joe Biden's campaign he is pulling you know ahead in South Carolina but he does need to deliver I think a fairly sizeable win in order to you know inject some fresh life into his flagging campaign then again you know we have basically three days later super Tuesday and so I think that really looking at whether Biden is able to emerge as the centrist alternative to Bernie Sanders from super Tuesday or whether there continues to be a split among voters about which centrist would be the counter to Bernie Sanders I think will be the primary political story to watch in the next couple days all right Kathleen hunter Bloomberg U. S. politics editor thank you so much it is always a pleasure and you can read more about these stories on Bloomberg dot com or on the Bloomberg terminal and a reminder you can follow all of the latest on Bloomberg radio in Washington on Bloomberg ninety nine one and one of five point seven FM HD two Karen thank you it is six fifty six on Wall Street it's time for the Bloomberg great report and here's Bob Malone don't look now but parts of California are drying out and there are fresh worries over the wildfire season ahead climate experts to produce weekly U. S. drought monitor maps say seventy percent of the state is become abnormally parched with drought areas expanding from just under ten percent last week to nearly a quarter of the state mostly central California the heart of its agricultural sector about seventy.

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"bob malone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"bob malone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In the nation presidential primary is under way and Bloomberg spot moon has an update on where the top candidates stand nationally among Democrats and democratic leaning independent voters the Democrats vying for the chance to recapture the White House no well what's running on this day could begin the end of Donald Trump fresh polling suggests he's the man of the moment the latest Quinnipiac university national poll puts Bernie Sanders in the lead with twenty five percent of support Joe Biden's climb back up to second was seventeen percent well Michael Bloomberg founder majority shareholder of Bloomberg LP parent company of Bloomberg news has fifteen percent though is not competing in New Hampshire Elizabeth Warren's fourth place position may explain this primary eve Albert foremost is beating Donald Trump whoever democratic nominee as I'm in a hundred percent radios life primary coverage starts tonight at seven New Hampshire time Bob Malone Bloomberg daybreak and it's not just Democrats campaigning in the granite state president trump grabbed the spotlight in Manchester Monday night Democrats are now the party of high taxes high ground open borders late term abortions socialism and blatant corruption the Republican Party is the party of the American worker the American family the Philippines has notified the United States of its intent to terminate all major security pact allowing American forces to train of that country it's the most serious threat to the country's treaty alliance the president broad Rigo deterrent today the turkeys often criticize US security policies despite the Philippine military's close historic ties with its American counterparts a long delayed project to build a new rail bridge between Newark New Jersey and New York known as the portal drawbridge chance receive them operate from federal transportation officials that will qualify for key federal funding the ratings were released late Monday as part of president trump's budget proposal a larger project to build new rail tunnel to New York remain stalled as federal officials gave adult low rating over of funding dispute just days after new York's real estate industry reacted with shock to a state ban on broker fees a judge has temporarily blocked the new rule the decision put a regulation on the ice until at least next month pretend it's it could mean a return of a costly fever is unpaid grudgingly for decades by renters in New York City in a court filing Monday U. S. prosecutors told the judge that long time Republican operative Roger stone deserves to spend as long as nine years in prison for lying to Congress and trying to protect president trump and other crimes stone is now set to be sentenced in Washington on February twentieth global news twenty four hours a day on their hand on cryptic by Bloomberg power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm John Tucker and this is Bloomberg make them our John.

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"bob malone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:55 min | 3 years ago

"bob malone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Countries are Michael bar this is Bloomberg game all right thank you Michael at six thirty six on Wall Street time now for the Bloomberg NBC sports update here's rob bush good morning Amy local breaking rights were on the line last night at Barclays center is in the Nixon Nance begin their post Christmas day schedule more sports he's the one who two six radios a hill Brooklyn to fifteen in the first quarter and never looked back for a ninety four eighty to win their third in the last sixteen games the next shot just twenty six percent from the floor scoring a season low eighty two in Brooklyn guard Spencer Dinwiddie summed it up best in the post game saying they had simply had too much a dog Detroit blasted Washington looking done sich making a hard push for MVP return for the first time in two weeks from an ankle injury he was to issue a shy of a triple double as Dallas beat San Antonio Memphis topple Casey Minnesota beat Sacramento in double overtime will you top buried Portland to improve the twelve and forty at home to the frozen floor all three teams resume play the night after the holiday islanders face off in Chicago at eight thirty where Anders lead despite being in second place says there's room for improvement I think just in general interest the mentality to clean things up that we one thing I believe her still missing a few spots so get back to what made a successful and in the past and right now we're we're nowhere near we need to be the Rangers and devils will skate at home is Carolina visits the Rangers while in Jersey host Toronto college football it won their first bowl game since twenty thirteen knocking off eastern Michigan in Miami we shot out by Louisiana tech and the giants markers goldener to one million dollar incentive bonus when the league on Thursday changes sack total from nine and a half to ten upon further review the giants souls the eagles in the season finale on Sunday that's your NBC Bloomberg sports update I mean well I think you rob some other stories we're watching today Tiffany reporting a sales a rebound in the run up to Christmas with growth led by shoppers in China overall sales increased five to seven percent of the Asia Pacific region as Tiffany revamp its flagship store in Shanghai that's good news for LVMH which is buying the U. S. brown for more than sixteen billion dollars meanwhile things are starting to look up for luxury real estate with prices set to rise in some key markets according to global property consultancy at night Frank home prices in Paris Willie games followed by Miami and Berlin at the same time though night Frank sees luxury real estate in New York and Vancouver remaining in a slump it's six thirty eight on Wall Street the following commentary is from Bloomberg opinion I'm here at all today a columnist for Bloomberg opinion Washington politicians are fighting about an aunt called tech talk this is silly but it's a serious dilemma about the internet's future lets people record short skits or dance routine set to music it's owned by a Chinese company and lawmakers say that makes tick tock a threat they're worried that information about Americans could wind up with the Chinese government they fear tictoc could be used to spread a sanitized view of China the company says these fears are unfounded profound here most the online technologies that Americans use are made by US companies it is really the first widely used app from a country with which the US has fundamental disagreements and that means this is the first time that Americans had to confront what it means for the internet to become less American I'm sure over day for more opinion please go to Bloomberg opinion dot com slash opinion or P. I. E. and go on the Bloomberg terminal this has been Bloomberg opinion in commentaries are heard every week day at this time here's the bluebird green report with Bob a rare environmental success story is unfolding in the waters off the US west coast bottom trawler fishermen those who use nets to scoop up rock fish sole Pacific Ocean perch in other deep dwelling fish are making a comeback reinventing themselves as a sustainable industry less than two decades after authorities closed huge stretches of the Pacific Ocean because of dwindling fish stocks the band devastated fishermen but on January first regulators will re open an area roughly three times the size of Rhode Island off Oregon and California to groundfish bottom trawling environmental groups that were once the industry's biggest opponents collaborated on a long term plan that will continue to revive the groundfish industry while protecting thousands of square miles of reefs and coral beds now the fisherman who see their livelihood returning are looking to drum up consumer demand for fish that haven't been in grocery stores are on menus for generations that's the Bloomberg green business report I'm Bob Malone thanks Bob the morning pointing toward gains in the equity markets ahead of the open as in the futures a quarter point higher now.

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"bob malone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"bob malone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For investors in the coming week I'm Bob Malone in New York let's turn to Wall Street now we're a long list of retailers reports earnings in the coming week who might see the biggest benefit from the resilient American chopper let's get a preview now with Dave Wilson Bloomberg stocks editor and Dave let's start with home depot and Lowes which tells you something about the do it yourself sector absolutely you know those two companies really dominate when it comes to home improvement retelling and they're a bit of a different animal in the sense that you look what analysts ranches and painting for home depot and they're kind of in a little bit of a learning swamped I mean they're figure into a profit for the fiscal third quarter will be little changed from a year ago we're expecting a decline in the fourth quarter contrast that with lows where analysts are anticipating that earnings growth raw actually pick up so you'll be interesting to see how those results compare and what they tell us about you know Americans willingness to spend on their homes now if we take a a step back and take a look at the housing market need you've got interest rates that are still historically low though not quite the lows that we saw a couple months back and that's a positive for mortgage rates and housing markets benefiting from that so you know you can understand why consumers would be willing to spend that these companies and you know we'll see how that plays out in terms of their fiscal third quarter results especially for home depot though it seems to me they've got some time to make this up because they really hit the Christmas season hard well they do it but it's the fourth quarter which includes that you know holiday season we're answering his pain to the client then you look out to the next couple of fiscal years and there are calling for a return to grow so this may be just sort of a a temporary heck up and you know we'll see how it lays out in terms of of the holiday shopping season department stores Kohl's Macy's and no one from reporting yeah and we actually got a really positive results out of a smaller chain in the past week delegates they had an unexpected profit they had sales of B. S. missing their shares took off so you know for that to happen I mean it gets your attention if only because you go through the numbers and people don't really expect a whole lot out these chains let's face it there you know it's struggling to compete with the likes of Amazon dot com when it comes to you know that the heart of their business and that's really been an issue that's been going on for some time and if you go through the numbers analysts are expecting much especially when it comes to sales you see so little change pretty much across the board for these companies so any positive along the lines of what we saw with tellers would be presumably well received if only because you know these companies have had their challenges and you know if they do well then perhaps it shows you consumers more broadly are doing well too yeah Sears handed over all those with a minute no not too many customers and not as because they've been closing stores and still at it even in chapter eleven bankruptcy so they have issues with at the same time it's.

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