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"brumberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"brumberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Matt Kim Jong own says he would be willing to hold a third summit with President Trump as long as the US comes up with an acceptable nuclear deal by the end of the year. State media reports that Kim enjoys good relations with Trump. The president has said he's open to another summit, but there's no prepared to lift sanctions without major concessions by North Korea. Thousands of protesters took to the streets of the Sudanese capital. Cooling on the army to hand over power to a civilian government. The military toppled longtime President Omar al-bashir last week. And the protesters say they will continue to demonstrate until civilian council is formed and finding Tiger Woods has pulled off one of the most remarkable turnarounds in sports history. He's won his fifth. Fifteenth major title claiming his fifth green Mazdas jacket. His stunning victory is also a major boost for the bronze that still support him partners since nineteen Ninety-six Nike one twenty two million dollars in exposure yesterday. Global news twenty four hours a day on Erin. It took on Twitter about bulletin twenty seven hundred journalists and listen more than one hundred twenty countries, I'm young governs. This is Bloomberg. Matt we will spend a lot of time today talking about this. Because it's an amazing story. Leeann I mean, not just the incredible comeback after more than a decade without winning a major tournament. But all of the brands the week brands that ditched him must regret it to some extent. And those Sade with them really really getting paid dividends on on his success. I can't wait to speak about it more later. Absolutely amazing. I think the whole world was so excited last night. Let's have a good long discussion about who's winning now golf great for video games. Tiger woods. Now. You chancellor Philip Hammond. Says Theresa May has no intention of stepping down as prime minister until Brexit deal is done. He spoke Brumberg Bloomberg's Francine qua at the World, Bank and meetings in Washington DC. She asked him if he'd support being in a permanent customs union, if it meant clinching a deal with labor, we've.

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"brumberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:34 min | 2 years ago

"brumberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Oh studio or two of the best of Bloomberg she is a global markets, reporter for Bloomberg news and Carl Riccadonna is the, chief economist for Bloomberg economics and they're, here to, talk about what what you what are you got, on the plate you she the. Ball, market actually putting fifteen of the ios confined in a very narrow range basically we trade at Two point eight three percent over the last two months or so but, we do, have some new development overnight we have the b.. O. j. tweak them monetary policy which triggered a global ball rally then when the US trading started Brumberg, actually broken the news that the US and China, ready to resume the trade talks to, resolve the, trade dispute so the that kind of development spurred, the risk appetite and cause a. Bond, yields to rise Carl Riccadonna is this just a Potemkin type things it's just like, fake news or is this stuff that's going to. Do we have does this have legs I. The song I'm not ready to make nice comes to, mind here I don't think that. We're necessarily past trade war and trade escalation issues here especially given the midterm elections in the fall this is a topic that holds tremendous currency particularly. In the rust belt states and I suspect that maybe were just bobbing and weaving here and Just as the, tide ebbs and flows were doing. The same thing with the trade discussions and I suspect tomorrow morning That when we look at. The manufacturing Assem that new export orders component, which is an important leading indicator of export demand in, the US economy I suspect it's going to be quite weak and that. Is, a result of not so much tariffs but the significant move in exchange rates over the last couple of months really if we smooth, out the tariffs applied on. Specific Chinese product and instead consider it as a tariff on the. Broader basket of goods they export to the US it's the equivalent of about. A seven, percent across the board tariff the currency has depreciated relative to the dollar by about seven percent since may so really they have simply devalued. Their way out of tariffs Could you just explain what at the Bank of Japan. Really do I mean as far as I understand it was. Like a slight adjustment to already a very easy monetary policy the key measure of inflation. Declined so what they're doing really isn't working so they just kind of went let's just continue to do what we, already do agree with you it's mainly quite technical rather than a water? Shadow kind of shift in that direction monetary, policy the concern of the b. o. j. is really, that the quantitative easing or the active rates they've been pursuing for the. Last, couple years starting to have sound very severe side effects mainly destroying the banking industry the Bank profit margins up pretty bad thing if, you're destroying the industry in. Your country so the Bill Jay is basically doing some tack new. Adjustment try to create some breathing room for the banks were they specifically did. Is several, things why is that tweak the yoked control policy Basically double the trading range for the year yields two point. Two percent, and rather than one percent, so the idea is tried to engineer some steepening of the year curve. To create some like healthy margin. For the aren't they going to continue. To buy the bonds anyway you, exactly and this is the second part of the policy so the. Introduces so caught the four the guidance basically commit to keep the rates low for, extended period. Of time so that by changing the target range for bond yields and at the same time introduce a forward guidance they tried to create. Create the environment for banks at the same, time continue to very aggressive. Monetary policy easing so really a technical change basically as fascinating as Bank of Japan policy. Is I wanted to shift gears because we don't get Ye. She here in the studio that often and you wrote something today that I wanna make. Reference to you said that consumer consumer confidence Skyrocketing so the recession, is near right because consumer confidence often. For four tells of a recession but you said this time is different this is probably the most dangerous was in, the financial industry this time is different but yes a, strong argument. To make the the the idea I wrote the. The post is really started with the. CIA if you look at the child looking at the consumer confidence so every, time before the recession consumer confidence always skyrocketing and because the consumer was very confident, they are very willing, to spend more they they leverage themselves up for how we got into, the financial crisis last time so happened. The most of the time and before the recession but if you look at this time and the consumer the balance sheet a much. Stronger this time around because the last, time they deliberately law they cut off the bat so even. Though consumer confidence is high leverage A lot, lower so they have much more room to, spend more so this is actually this time the different they have more to, spend his support our economy is famous last words okay you. Ready just hang up okay don't just hang onto your chair because I, have a feeling Carl Riccadonna has. A couple of hawks who Carl sure, well the consumer confidence numbers. Are are very important to watch here, because Consumer spending, has played such an important role in the cycle. Fuss far we saw blowout q. to number with four percent growth rate that's probably. Unsustainable given what's happening in terms. Of. Household income? Creation and so. We. Know some moderation is happening in the back half of the year I not she's point here as we dive. A. Little, bit deeper did the consumer confidence numbers typically as a cycle matures Divergence between households assessment of, current conditions versus future expectations and when that gap widens our that's ordinarily. Got kind of a mid to late cycle development I looked at the, levels today and certainly the confidence confidence numbers look look very healthy for second half prospects the last time we saw the gap. This wide was basically nineteen ninety, eight so. Yes it is kind of a later cycle development but in one thousand. Nine hundred eight you had three more years before the two thousand and one recession. Began so, I would look at it as evidence of maturation of the. Cycle but not, necessarily a signal that we're in the final stages. Got to thank you both very much for joining us interesting points Carl Riccadonna chief. Economist Bloomberg. 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"brumberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"brumberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The irish badran visible effectively as an impasse and discussions on the foundations of a future trade deal belly out of first gear officials in brussels have privately questioned whether the talks who finish on time a move to extend the deadline would have to be requested by the u k and agree to unanimously whether twenty seven remaining you governments in brussels in wishart brumberg radio italy's new premier picante is in paris today where he will meet with french president emmanuel macron bloomberg's caroline conan has more from paris meeting almost got cancelled after the french president accused italy of being cynical and irresponsible for refusing to grant access to the criers rescue she with six hundred migrants on board after apologizing on the phone imminent mccomb promised giuseppi county to discuss new solutions for sharing the migrants burden at the eu level ahead of a highly expecting eu summit at the end of june in perez counting kernen university of chicago has eliminated the requirement perspective students submit their sat's or act scores for admission they are the first major us research university to do that james non dorf is the school's dean of admissions and financial aid not every student is a great test taker and they don't always represent the true academic and intellectual promise of the student and so going forward students don't need to send us testing that's how they feel best represents who they are non dorf says the school is also accepting more creative materials like video essays coming up check all markets michael barr this is bloomberg join bloomberg in top institutional investors in amsterdam this gene for the future of the gain unparalleled insight into europe's growing etf market from european head of market structure james flu trade is co chief executive officer dennis dykstra gp morgan head of international etf's brian lake and.

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"brumberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"brumberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now as important as other factor of certainly not as important as the relative earnings advantage us equities have over the rest of the world the s and p five hundred index up five points up two tenths of one percent nasdaq up forty four six tenths of one percent the dow down a point little changed in new york charlie pellett all right the time is thirty three minutes past the hour inflation a little bit hot in the united states but not much movement on the tenure in stocks went just about nowhere doug krizner will preview asia for us now doug it more yeah that's kind of a curious development but i think the markets more focused on this fed meeting and not so much the quarterpoint moved that's expected brian it's what we're going to hear from the federal reserve we'll have more on that a little later on the program and i wanna point out to the eighteen and win time warner you guys were talking about this moments ago it seems to be lending a bit more confidence to the approval of the cvs aetna merger in late us trading right now cvs healthshare's they were up as much as three point two percent and we had aetna rising nearly four percent and want to get brumberg paul allen you were talking about the futures for the asx brian looking a little weak paul what's happening yeah we by about a tenth of one percent so not by a great deal on the aussie dollar meanwhile slipped back below seventy six cents you is currently seventy five spots seventy three we'll keep an eye on that because later on we have consumer confidence numbers for june the survey eased a little bit in my over new zealand meanwhile seeing a little bit of weakness there to the index off a tenth of one percent all right thanks to bloomberg's paul allen in sydney so we had some dollar strengthen the new york session with the bloomberg dollar spot picking up around three tenths of one percent the pullback by three tenths of one percent so here we have dollar yen one ten forty seven that's been a little supportive to futures on the nikkei although his brian indicated moments ago it's essentially a flat open with the chicago contract right now trading just about seven points lower from where we were in the.

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"brumberg" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"brumberg" Discussed on The Daily

"Swayed why the president spoke only asking us questions reporters few scale out two thousand dollars pain for my q to to storm the gaels why the president with not truthful with the american people and with people during a news conference at the white house on thursday afternoon press secretary sarah huckabee sanders was asked why the president had previously misled the public about the episode as a mere giuliani stated and refer you back to his comments this was information that the president did know at the time but eventually learn sanders said she herself was unaware of the president's role in the payment until she heard giuliani announce it on fox play ask you when the president so often says the turn out not to be true when president in the white house show what appears to be blatant disregard for truth how the american people to trust were believe what is said here what is set by the press we give the berry best information that we have at the time i do that every single day we'll continue to do that everyday this position the daily is produced by feel balcony lindsey garissa rachel quest her any brown indie mills i extremely common raja claire tennis getter page cowan michael simon johns and jessica joan with editing help from larussa anderson lisa tobin is our executive producer samantha hennick is our toil director our technical manager is brad fisher and our theme music is by jim brumberg and ben lands for of wunderle special thanks to sam dolman maekelae chard david crackles stella town 'em fitzsimmons and jennifer kim.

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"brumberg" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"brumberg" Discussed on The Daily

"Here's what else you need to south korea says that north korea has dropped its decades old demand that american troops withdraw from the korean peninsula as a condition for giving up to clear weapons the us has more than twenty eight thousand troops in south korea a presence longsighted by north korea as its justification for developing nuclear weapons the reversal if confirmed to be true could make it far likelier for the us to reach a nuclear deal with north korea and the trump administration is expected to impose a one billion dollar penalty on wells fargo today for override of alleged misdeeds including forcing customers to buy auto insurance policies that they didn't need president trump has advocated rolling back regulations on the banking industry but this marks the toughest action has administration has taken against a major beck today the daily is produced by feel belco lindsey garrison we will question anne brown andy mills i threes colorado claire tennis getter page cowan and michael simon johns with editing help from larussa anderson lisa tobin is our executive producer samantha hennig is our toil director our technical manager is brad fisher and our theme music is by jim brumberg and ben lands virk of wunderle special thanks to dole nick mckay lucia hard and david crackles.

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"brumberg" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"brumberg" Discussed on The Daily

"Here's what else you need to south korea says that north korea has dropped its decades old demand that american troops withdraw from the korean peninsula as a condition for giving up to clear weapons the us has more than twenty eight thousand troops in south korea a presence longsighted by north korea as its justification for developing nuclear weapons the reversal if confirmed to be true could make it far likelier for the us to reach a nuclear deal with north korea and the trump administration is expected to impose a one billion dollar penalty on wells fargo today for override of alleged misdeeds including forcing customers to buy auto insurance policies that they didn't need president trump has advocated rolling back regulations on the banking industry but this marks the toughest action has administration has taken against a major beck today the daily is produced by feel belco lindsey garrison we will question anne brown andy mills i threes colorado claire tennis getter page cowan and michael simon johns with editing help from larussa anderson lisa tobin is our executive producer samantha hennig is our toil director our technical manager is brad fisher and our theme music is by jim brumberg and ben lands virk of wunderle special thanks to dole nick mckay lucia hard and david crackles.

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"brumberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"brumberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm nancy lyons nancy now with our other job stories i'm michael barr e you lawmakers have officially requested that facebook ceo mark zuckerberg face questions at the european parliament bloomberg's carolina conan has more from paris for now it looks unlikely he'll make a personal appearance especially after he declined the invitation from the uk house of commons phone call is planned between facebook c o sheryl sandberg and the eu justice commissioner the eu parliament must also decide on the next step to take the eu already has some twenty year old data protection policy in place but the news trickster eu rules that could have applied to the facebook as will only take effect next month's and they are not retract frustrating situation for europe forgiven the data of at least two point seven million european was used improperly by cumbria genetic cow in brussels counting cannon brumberg radio there could be a delay indo sheba's nineteen billion dollars sale of its memory chip unit the company is likely to miss the second deadline for winning approval from chinese regulators according to people familiar with the matter to sheba hasn't seen any progress from authorities in beijing company is selling the chip unit to a consortium led by bain capital the home bod hasn't turned out to be the next big thing for apple the smart speaker went on sale in january entering a market dominated by amazon's echo lineup of alexa powered devices according to people familiar with the matter apple has now lowered sales forecast for the home pod and it's reduced orders with a subcontractor that builds it the brackets for the nba playoffs are set with all eight first round matchups decided on the very last night of the regular season portland beat utah the final game on the schedule last night the trailblazers earned the number three seed and we'll play number six new orleans well oklahoma city climb to the four spot.

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EU Justice Commissioner held 'constructive' talks with Facebook's Sandberg

02:13 min | 3 years ago

EU Justice Commissioner held 'constructive' talks with Facebook's Sandberg

"Powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm nancy lyons nancy now with our other job stories i'm michael barr e you lawmakers have officially requested that facebook ceo mark zuckerberg face questions at the european parliament bloomberg's carolina conan has more from paris for now it looks unlikely he'll make a personal appearance especially after he declined the invitation from the uk house of commons phone call is planned between facebook c o sheryl sandberg and the eu justice commissioner the eu parliament must also decide on the next step to take the eu already has some twenty year old data protection policy in place but the news trickster eu rules that could have applied to the facebook as will only take effect next month's and they are not retract frustrating situation for europe forgiven the data of at least two point seven million european was used improperly by cumbria genetic cow in brussels counting cannon brumberg radio there could be a delay indo sheba's nineteen billion dollars sale of its memory chip unit the company is likely to miss the second deadline for winning approval from chinese regulators according to people familiar with the matter to sheba hasn't seen any progress from authorities in beijing company is selling the chip unit to a consortium led by bain capital the home bod hasn't turned out to be the next big thing for apple the smart speaker went on sale in january entering a market dominated by amazon's echo lineup of alexa powered devices according to people familiar with the matter apple has now lowered sales forecast for the home pod and it's reduced orders with a subcontractor that builds it the brackets for the nba playoffs are set with all eight first round matchups decided on the very last night of the regular season portland beat utah the final game on the schedule last night the trailblazers earned the number three seed and we'll play number six new orleans well oklahoma city climb to the four spot.

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"brumberg" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"brumberg" Discussed on RobinLynne

"This satellites from the shop shortterm thomas just loaded with talent yeah you know i'll be like when it comes to singers i'd be wondering who got the most singers is it's shied town or philly philly's have other big singing state i mean many sit a billion chinatown some things that great wow wow no plus you know we got he was down south atlanta got some great singers to i've caught billy deputy with a lot of great singers shadow shut up shot fan all the steps stepping land but we do have some more av that we definitely want to get out there so you know unfortunately earlier we heard that a paul ryan stepping down now we have where a president donald trump has signed has signed an executive order on tuesday that aims to add and strengthen work requirements for public assistance and other welfare programs so now trump has signed the order in private to promote commonsense reforms that policy advisers andrew brew brumberg said would reduce dependence on government programs so basically he wants to tighten up the work requirements for people who is on the public assistance and welfare programs a part of president trump's effort to create a booming american economy includes moving americans from welfare to work and supporting and encouraging others to support commonsense reforms and restore american prosperity and to help them reclaim that independence in quote that's what president donald trump has said now the order focuses on looking for ways to strengthen existing work requirements and exploring new requirements for benefits such such as food stamps cash assistant and house in assistant programs trump has long accused benefeciaries of abusing government assistant programs and has claimed many who have intentions of working make more and benefits than those with jobs and so he said in col i know people that work three jobs and they live next to somebody who doesn't work at all and the person who is not working at all has no intention of working at all and has no intention of making more money and doing better for themselves than the person who is working because they are on.

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"brumberg" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"brumberg" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The news is next live from npr news in washington i'm korva coleman president trump visits new hampshire today state hit by the opioid crisis to talk about his new plan for dealing with the epidemic of overdose deaths as npr's tom or keith reports there is one element of the plan that scales back trump's previous rhetoric in speeches recently president trump has strongly implied that he thinks drug dealers she get the death penalty but that's not what his new plan to deal with the opioid crisis calls for instead ask congress to increase penalties for those who deal or traffic in highly potent opioids like fenton all and here's how andrew brumberg director of the white house domestic policy council describes what it says about the death penalty the department of justice will seek the death penalty against drug traffickers when it's appropriate under current law it was never clear that what trump was floating would be constitutional thunder current log drug crimes are only subject to capital punishment when accompanied by a murder conviction tamra keith npr news facebook has suspended a data analytics company that the trump campaign used in two thousand sixteen facebook officials say the firm cambridge analytica improperly received user data and then may have failed to get rid of it chris wiley left cambridge analytica in twenty fourteen on nbc's today show he alleged when he worked there the company goal was to spread information that wasn't necessarily true i think what's really important for people to understand is that cambridge analytic was birthed out of a company called seal group which is a military contractor based in london it this data was used to create profiling algorithms would allow us to explore mental vulnerabilities of people cambridge analytica denies wrongdoing in a statement it says when it learned that the user information it had was not obtained in line with facebook's terms of service the data was deleted international chemical weapons experts are in britain today to help in the investigation of the nerve agent poisoning in salisbury teri schultz reports the russian ambassador to.

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"brumberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"brumberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In london i may retain hitch with this bloomberg radio business flash were about forty minutes away from the european equity market open we've seen some gains in the asian session often not getting much direction from us equities at yesterday which closed high adjust eversoslightly eurostoxx fifty futures edging higher at one tenth of a percent tax teachers pya biowaste threetenths percent cut closer futures futures high by the same footsie100 futures flap so we might see a very little modest rebound from losses of two tenths of a percent and the stock 600 yesterday us futures meanwhile hooting high at by five tents of eight the sense in the fx pace it is a story of dollar strength the brumberg darwin decks heading for a third we could gain in fluids higher by two tenths of a percent if we look at it across uh some of the major currencies starting with dolly again we're seeing the dollar on the front foot here after weakening against the yen yesterday all yet up threetenths percent one of seven spot zero six the euro is we cut by threetenths percent having gained following the ecb accounts yesterday 122 ninety three and cable weaker buy one time for the at one thirty nine thirty eight the worstperforming currency against the dollar in this session though is the key we looking at the 10year treasury yields are so 10year yields have been rising for several weeks at two point nine two percent is where we are absolutely bang steady on that unchanged the 10year bund yield not going anywhere either at seventy basis points and taking a quick check of what's happening in commodity markets wti and brent a little softer wti sixty to spot sixty nine dollars a barrel brent crude at 66 bought twenty six and gold down by fourtenths percent that's your bloomberg business flash is on the kill half with more on what's going on around the world good morning narrow an armed officers assigned to the former to school where a gunman killed seventeen people last week did not intervene according to the local sheriff deputy scott peterson has resigned after being suspended when security surveillance showed he stood outside the building during the shooting meanwhile the.

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"brumberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"brumberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The summer of 2016 when we were reported that they were holding talks of comets bank we were hearing last week an in davos that you know that is a deal that would make sense not that it may necessarily happen but certainly there seems to be rationale particularly if you can cut back on the very cost intensive consumer banking business in germany just very briefly lease the worst of all the bag results out today whether sabadell i should buying a downs anything that you pick out that we should really be looking out for i think i think the focus to too much today will be very much on deutsche bank i'm afraid thought that was shortened sweet we love it thank you so much brumberg fina's managing edison and this amounted need jersey of course on the story of the day is gonna be said don't eubank's results absolutely there is a t live on the go framing the bloomberg terminal as you get into the officers you settle down at your desk you can get all of the slow from nicholas comfort a fina's reporter along surrey harley one of our top additives to be smart easy i'm sure we'll give her and eurocents worth into that compensation throughout the day it is selling off at deutsche bank is lower this morning and you're looking at one point seven billion euros a valley destruction this morning on the back of john crimes results yeah indeed and john crime will be speaking to be back later this morning it will be able to get face to face the cfo has to say about this results now so it head on bloomberg daybreak europe something completely different we're going to talk about electric car and bishen china charges ahead in the race to revolutionize the autos industry will be getting the latest from hong kong you're listening to blue bag day thank you this is a bloomberg green business report smart meters can help water companies spot problems.

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"brumberg" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"brumberg" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"Socially some of these images see know what i'm talking about anyway several days later he shows these paintings to a friend who's a molecular biologist and he says this guy takes one look at the painting and just goes yet there's collagen bizarre exxon's embryonic network as as neurotic stays triple helix's outlook bets dna from afar looking like telephone code all of this chromosomes at a specific sfa's so they think things that only electra marcus cups have revealed too often the west only recently relatively recently yeah yeah and again he's just staggered how could we have missed this how could we have missed that beliefs of primitive papal uh describing dna that literally drawing it you're to know the answer bit i'd i said it when we're talking on the pulse extension old plus shirt it's about the fact that we do not accept things that all hosts no ginnie kwy do not accept things that off from dreams of from although this huge amounts of evidence to suggest that there are things that might be of abu to us in our dreams state so in hallucinogenic states but because it's not this speedy high like caffeine provides it's not it's not in this reality than therefore is on the coming from within the mind and it's not reliable will nabi makes the case m in that segment we talked about on the loss posture that time and time again he realized that if you don't revolutionize he thinking you you won't find the truth thea he found that often if you went in with us at notion about or expectation about the outcome that's the outcome you'd get yep alana time again he saw examples of this but again brumberg mentioned that room ah at the start of the segment that france's creek the discoverer of dna influence of lsd as an oscar but that because it's been a lot of contention about whether that it's really happened or it was just a room get this he picks up uh crick's book cold life itself its origin in nature and he pulls it out and it couldn't believe his eyes when he sold the cover the cover of the book.

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"brumberg" Discussed on AppStories

AppStories

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"brumberg" Discussed on AppStories

"A paid upgrade or something like that i mean there are ways but all of them have their dined sides you know you're trying to do things with bundles them or just creating a completely new uh apple in the store in ah that there's no real good way of doing it so the this on kind of seeing as a a fallen tree way of that people who feel the can i owe that doing a good job have some tips and is not up vast amount of money uh in as a percentage but it it's been a nice little summer for the last six months and in of it's sort of um i amac precise some sun i can't complain until such seems before before i ask you what's coming next swat will award you think is coming next to become the ups are i wanna go back greer quickly to a rumor that we've seen uh spread on twitter few weeks ago about uh these report by mark berman brumberg that apple is planning a shared framework or of some kind to unify mackin and i us apps and i wonder as someone who basically makes peacock everywhere do you still see the benefits of evian standalone versions of peacock for each platform or do you believe that i have in the possible shared uri framework across the mac and the iphone diapered could be potentially a good idea going forward so i think this this two separate things here but you need separate so does the being able to use some of the same underlying code ifp kelkal ready shares i some some chunks of carried mostly the low level stuff and uh things like the in this most recent versions the lcd display drawing k denied the same on all platforms and the wages and things and the.

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"brumberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"brumberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The hour time for us so to get you caught up on global news mark mills in the brumberg newsroom with the very latest mark thank you deserve your the white house is weighing a plan to replace secretary of state rex tillerson with cia director mike pompeyo according to three administration officials amid frustration with the top diplomat slow pace of hiring and repeated clashes with president donald trump bloomberg reporter kevin sir really in washington says relations between tillerson and the white house had been strained for some time is seven circulating throughout washington of course that secretary of state had received some criticism for his lack of involvement as well as lack of presence in washington dc a state department spokeswoman said white house chief of staff john kelly called the state department thursday to say the reports on tillerson's firing are not true and hurts quake has jolted the mid atlantic region of the east coast but there are no immediate reports of damage or injuries the us geological survey says the four point one magnitude quake struck just after 445 pm eastern time thursday and was centered about six miles east northeast of dover delaware the tremor was felt as far as washington dc and as far north as allentown pennsylvania house democratic leader nancy pelosi and house speaker paul ryan called on representative john conyers to resign amid allegations that he sexually harassed members of his staff pelosi told reporters the allegations against congressman conyers are serious disappointing and very credible justice i pray for congressman punish and his family and wish them well how ever congressman conyers should resign gone years has been hospitalized in detroit for dizziness and shortness of breath his attorney arnold read gave a defiant response to speaker pelosi he is not going to be shared by nancy pelosi or anyone else the step down the decision will be made by congressman five years as to what his next course is global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm mark mills this is bloomberg brain mark thank you so much nine minutes past the hour our first guest on the show today is vody gun guli lead economist at dun and bradstreet corporation and body it looks like.

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"brumberg" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"brumberg" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"It tapering he like ours recalibrate i think draghi like at least i read that in some of paul's story i've got paul's paul gordon here with me is central banks editor out of frankfurt uh so we're in the same office today and at a london studio global credit market strategist simon ballard ballard let me start with you though paul what what do you expect and i think there is a consensus of a basically have a halving of the howell being of the of the bond purchases right roughly that kind of a level let me were running a 60 billion euros a month at the moment that will property continues the end of this year 2018 is critical so economists generally saying about hoff devon thirty brumberg economists say it may be assured for extension say six months instead of nine months forty billion euros but these role in the same ballpark what it comes down to is adding maybe another two hundred two hundred fifty billion euros of debt owed into the qe holdings and at that point it could be the ecb doesn't really have much more spec passively what is the first rate tied for the ecb well this is a key phrase in the ford guidance soda races that they weren't rise until well policy added the nets acid purchases as well pulse could mean anything to anyone now coatless we've surveyed essay that should be about six months have you do get a ninemonth extension of qe what you get is the first right hike in the first quarter at the earliest of 29 say that this is quite important because mario draghi as his term runs out it'll schober 2019 he's getting to the point where he may never be able to raise rates as ecb president which uh shoulders and make people laugh happy simon add more cranfield today's had the risk israel that draghi is more dovish then the street is looking out for paul mentioned you guys expect less tapering then the consensus and it's interesting i think jp morgan expects even more tapering the consensus so there there's a range of.

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"brumberg" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"brumberg" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"Why of of of the what did he say how you know he just saying go ahead going are really do think have more to his brumberg really helps because okay they right now live in all the laws to do in dover right libya was employees the is low was employees antonio brown was play the loss of formal bright so you have was more tvs brian and biggby right so these are antonio brown states when martavis bryant place opposite of him one hundred thirty he averaged one hundred thirty yours we're martavis bryant is opposite of him when martavis bryant is not on the field he averaged eighty five yards tebessa this this this is with that status to me the game played a martavis beloved tony oberle pound for pound he's the best receiver the late but i know it as 63 225 full three guy can stop on down freak out pal my guided but i know he can do matter of fact on we will pick up a slide outta air heard esso june their own will pick up do do from you esi no he could do that let's not forget about allow rogers right and jesse james is a halfway decent diana in jesse james oh well let's get a similar kind of running back some some somebody would a great store in james connor i'm telling you all have him were tapie's brown bag gives i think gives do me i'm going to write that one down and then not retiring at the return to go to uh you know i i just said in advance to the wolf don't bring up injuries to tom brady and all that sort of thing and yet i do say the x factor for the steelers the best defensive player i know i can i agree on this stuff to it but the x factor for that defense.

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