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"bryan curtis" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"bryan curtis" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Before the corona virus coronavirus did not cause newspapers to contract, but it sure did accelerate the process right researching sports writers get laid off. We've seen furloughs. We've seen pay cuts across the media from from ESPN all the way down and I think if we don't have sports is fall. It's going to be terrible for people and it's just really. Hard to describe I mean I. Just don't I think it's ever going to be in. Let's just take college football I think it's going to be everything from play by play. Announcers who aren't working right? especially younger ones who are waiting on those college football sinement is going to be your local rival site that covers a team. 'cause subscriptions are going to go down. It's going to be. Everybody's going to be effect. And it's just going to be absolutely terrible for the business and again it's it's the same for athletic departments which we've talked about plenty by by speaking to commissioners and I wonder. If this isn't part of the the bill, the building of hope that especially college sports has been selling because the NBA's different. They have the money they can put up the bubble whether it works or not to read remains to be seen, but in college athletics I. It has been one long positively train. I know you're corner. Dan Woken in your piece who who has been a you know. Considered fairly negative on on the on the prospects, but he's representing what he hears. Yeah and I'm sure I think one hundred percent chance. You've heard this, too. which is whenever you say hey, this. This looks like this was bad. This looks like it's going to be really challenging. You get people on twitter on the phone on Sports. Radio shows that. Will you.

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"bryan curtis" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:43 min | 5 months ago

"bryan curtis" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Back to baseball practice rights more in Orlando in great for the NBA. Some of them are getting ready for college season, and they're seeing all these signs that at the very least the sports comeback is going to be very very fraught. Right whether it's numbers out of Florida. We've seen with the coronavirus. Some of the things with the college football teams. It's GonNa be very tricky. At the same time. All those writers really need sports. The come back this fall. Because if they don't if it gets shut down again, a lot of those writers are GonNa their jobs. And Paul I think it's just one of these. Rock and a hard place situations and I suspect that just about every sports media, person, big or small or inbetween. is feeling a little bit of that. Right now. And it's so interesting because in in the little world that we live in Brian every time you ask a reporter, they always couch the question by saying I certainly hope it comes back. And that's probably two fold based on what you just got through saying. Not to be a negative person of course, but in the event that this doesn't work, and we had Keith Olbermann on a couple of weeks ago and key said nothing's going. Nothing's going to finish. It doesn't matter what it is college, NFL MLB NBA. He said they're all going down the tubes in the event of Sports Armageddon, which in other words would also be national Armageddon. What happens to the sports media. Yeah well, let's add another armageddon because it's going to be media armageddon to yeah, and I think that look that was already happening.

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"bryan curtis" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

06:41 min | 8 months ago

"bryan curtis" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"That we've seen for instance. It's hard somewhat to know because the infection rate in. Let's say Florida has definitely been impacted by the number of New Yorkers that have gone from. Where they may have gotten the virus and gone down to Florida. Where they than test positive for the virus, so knowing where the viruses originating is obviously a big part of all of this, and certainly the biggest outbreak by far in the country has been New York, but many other places have had New Yorkers. Who have moved in Florida's the number one location for that so again I would just look at it. It. If you look at the data on Florida, Texas, which are Rhonda, Santa's and and the and the governor of of Texas, whose name I'm forgetting put actually went to vanderbilt law school, where I did so I should definitely not be getting his name, but there Republicans and they've had a good response in a good success, and certainly in Ohio dewine has is a Republican so I think in general. What I would like to believe is that we've had a fairly nonpartisan success across the board with trying to stamp this thing down the best way to do that. Going forward is going to turn I think into a big political hand-grenade. Because I think that trump and some republicans are going to be more inclined to want to get the country back to work and I think some Democrats are going to say no. We can't stop what we're doing now. Because we risk a further outbreak by the way, let's go. Let's go politics just for fun because we're both busy guys and this Saturday podcast. Last time we did some politics, so let me give you my theory I never bought into a Bernie Sanders, and here's why. Bernie's revolutions women. Are Powerful voters in America. Women do not believe in revolutions. Women are about coalitions are lives. Build your wife, my wife. They build networks through our kids in our communities, women have a medical issue. They create race for the cure. There is no race for the prostate. We don't do that Okay Bernie Sanders. Is All about a Revolution Elizabeth Warren to a lesser degree was about a revolution. There's been so much tumbled with trump. I don't think people want a revolution I think they want is boring. Joe, Biden is mostly. We know Joe Biden were comfortable. He doesn't you know he'd rather not have debates, so biden separates because to some. He's the anti trump whereas Bernie. There was a trump like. Clean the swamp Bernie growth. People just don't want all this tumbled in their life, so I think Biden is the antidote to that right? He is little lower key got his controversies. But, he doesn't want debates so you and I both very early on felt at Biden would be the guy that is my theory. Why Biden won the minute. He got momentum and South Carolina. It's really truly what everybody wanted. which was a low key? Candidate! That's my theory. What is your theory on why Biden, and what are is chances going forward? I thought initially it was going to be Biden. Because all the things that you just said bye to me. IS THE ANTI TRUMP? And he's a guy who will take this look. This election is going to come down to the big ten states. There's going to be a lot of noise about who's GonNa Win Texas or Georgia, or we're expanding the map and everything else. Ultimately I believe come November the determination of this election is gonNA come down to you. Tell me WHO's GonNa Win Pennsylvania Michigan. I'm not even sure Ohio is going to be that tight of race, but we'll see what happens in Ohio. Wisconsin maybe Minnesota if there's going to be an expansion of the race there, depending on who Vice President Biden is going to pick as his number is his nominee as his running mate. And so the big ten going to decide this and this I don't think it's enough attention. Donald. Trump won Michigan Wisconsin and Pennsylvania by seventy seven thousand total vote. Isn't that incredible amazing? That's the lesson, the number of people who go to the big house to watch a game in. Than the number of people who go to beaver stadium to watch a game in Penn state less than the number of people who go to Camp Randall in Wisconsin to watch a Wisconsin game that is crazy so one big ten football stadium decided three different states in the big ten, so I think it's GonNa come down to that. And so when you look at when you look at. The data I would be stunned if it's anything other than what happens in the big ten states deciding this election because the places that voted for trump and the places that voted for Hillary ninety percent of them, maybe even one hundred percent of them are going to break the exact same way. com the. Come the election in twenty twenty and so. I love of following this, and and look I I was anti Bernie very much, and so when the Tennessee primary happened on super. Tuesday here. We have open primary I can go in and I can vote in the Republican primary I can vote in the Democratic primary. We don't have you know a defined party that your member of and I voted in the Democratic primary for Joe. Biden because I wanted. Wanted to vote against Bernie Sanders and I would have voted for Donald Trump against Bernie, sanders and I'm not trouble that we've talked about this off the air. I'm genuinely not troubled by Biden versus trump because I think that we're not going to get that revolution. You know I'm the same way I the way I look at. It is America's spoken. We're not into the young candidates. Mayor Pete. Harris better aerobic. The the country rejected. Those were not into the revolution. Candidates Elizabeth, Warren and Bernie Sanders were into these you know part of the countries in trump who's pro business and part of the country just wants less tumult. Right less chaos, so I think there are two clear choices here and whoever you want to vote for. I think the way to beat trump. If you're Biden and I think you're right, I, think if you if you beat trump if you're biden. The thing. Let me go back a step. You were talking about Bernie and trump a lot of people who are political experts are blown away by the fact that in New Hampshire. For instance, there are a lot of people who are deciding before they go vote in the primary am I. GonNa vote for Bernie or am I gonNa vote for trump because they find that to be crazy, but that is an emotional response. Bernie wanted and provokes that response among his diehards. Diehards much like trump does I don't think you out. Anger Donald, trump. Right, and so I think Joe Biden's best angle in order to beat trump. If I were sitting down trying to advise him I would say you don't try to make Donald Trump into the worst human being ever existed..

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"bryan curtis" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

06:41 min | 8 months ago

"bryan curtis" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"That we've seen for instance. It's hard somewhat to know because the infection rate in. Let's say Florida has definitely been impacted by the number of New Yorkers that have gone from. Where they may have gotten the virus and gone down to Florida. Where they than test positive for the virus, so knowing where the viruses originating is obviously a big part of all of this, and certainly the biggest outbreak by far in the country has been New York, but many other places have had New Yorkers. Who have moved in Florida's the number one location for that so again I would just look at it. It. If you look at the data on Florida, Texas, which are Rhonda, Santa's and and the and the governor of of Texas, whose name I'm forgetting put actually went to vanderbilt law school, where I did so I should definitely not be getting his name, but there Republicans and they've had a good response in a good success, and certainly in Ohio dewine has is a Republican so I think in general. What I would like to believe is that we've had a fairly nonpartisan success across the board with trying to stamp this thing down the best way to do that. Going forward is going to turn I think into a big political hand-grenade. Because I think that trump and some republicans are going to be more inclined to want to get the country back to work and I think some Democrats are going to say no. We can't stop what we're doing now. Because we risk a further outbreak by the way, let's go. Let's go politics just for fun because we're both busy guys and this Saturday podcast. Last time we did some politics, so let me give you my theory I never bought into a Bernie Sanders, and here's why. Bernie's revolutions women. Are Powerful voters in America. Women do not believe in revolutions. Women are about coalitions are lives. Build your wife, my wife. They build networks through our kids in our communities, women have a medical issue. They create race for the cure. There is no race for the prostate. We don't do that Okay Bernie Sanders. Is All about a Revolution Elizabeth Warren to a lesser degree was about a revolution. There's been so much tumbled with trump. I don't think people want a revolution I think they want is boring. Joe, Biden is mostly. We know Joe Biden were comfortable. He doesn't you know he'd rather not have debates, so biden separates because to some. He's the anti trump whereas Bernie. There was a trump like. Clean the swamp Bernie growth. People just don't want all this tumbled in their life, so I think Biden is the antidote to that right? He is little lower key got his controversies. But, he doesn't want debates so you and I both very early on felt at Biden would be the guy that is my theory. Why Biden won the minute. He got momentum and South Carolina. It's really truly what everybody wanted. which was a low key? Candidate! That's my theory. What is your theory on why Biden, and what are is chances going forward? I thought initially it was going to be Biden. Because all the things that you just said bye to me. IS THE ANTI TRUMP? And he's a guy who will take this look. This election is going to come down to the big ten states. There's going to be a lot of noise about who's GonNa Win Texas or Georgia, or we're expanding the map and everything else. Ultimately I believe come November the determination of this election is gonNA come down to you. Tell me WHO's GonNa Win Pennsylvania Michigan. I'm not even sure Ohio is going to be that tight of race, but we'll see what happens in Ohio. Wisconsin maybe Minnesota if there's going to be an expansion of the race there, depending on who Vice President Biden is going to pick as his number is his nominee as his running mate. And so the big ten going to decide this and this I don't think it's enough attention. Donald. Trump won Michigan Wisconsin and Pennsylvania by seventy seven thousand total vote. Isn't that incredible amazing? That's the lesson, the number of people who go to the big house to watch a game in. Than the number of people who go to beaver stadium to watch a game in Penn state less than the number of people who go to Camp Randall in Wisconsin to watch a Wisconsin game that is crazy so one big ten football stadium decided three different states in the big ten, so I think it's GonNa come down to that. And so when you look at when you look at. The data I would be stunned if it's anything other than what happens in the big ten states deciding this election because the places that voted for trump and the places that voted for Hillary ninety percent of them, maybe even one hundred percent of them are going to break the exact same way. com the. Come the election in twenty twenty and so. I love of following this, and and look I I was anti Bernie very much, and so when the Tennessee primary happened on super. Tuesday here. We have open primary I can go in and I can vote in the Republican primary I can vote in the Democratic primary. We don't have you know a defined party that your member of and I voted in the Democratic primary for Joe. Biden because I wanted. Wanted to vote against Bernie Sanders and I would have voted for Donald Trump against Bernie, sanders and I'm not trouble that we've talked about this off the air. I'm genuinely not troubled by Biden versus trump because I think that we're not going to get that revolution. You know I'm the same way I the way I look at. It is America's spoken. We're not into the young candidates. Mayor Pete. Harris better aerobic. The the country rejected. Those were not into the revolution. Candidates Elizabeth, Warren and Bernie Sanders were into these you know part of the countries in trump who's pro business and part of the country just wants less tumult. Right less chaos, so I think there are two clear choices here and whoever you want to vote for. I think the way to beat trump. If you're Biden and I think you're right, I, think if you if you beat trump if you're biden. The thing. Let me go back a step. You were talking about Bernie and trump a lot of people who are political experts are blown away by the fact that in New Hampshire. For instance, there are a lot of people who are deciding before they go vote in the primary am I. GonNa vote for Bernie or am I gonNa vote for trump because they find that to be crazy, but that is an emotional response. Bernie wanted and provokes that response among his diehards. Diehards much like trump does I don't think you out. Anger Donald, trump. Right, and so I think Joe Biden's best angle in order to beat trump. If I were sitting down trying to advise him I would say you don't try to make Donald Trump into the worst human being ever existed..

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"bryan curtis" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

08:02 min | 8 months ago

"bryan curtis" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"One of the things I like about my Saturday podcast. Is I just? Like to hear different opinions, I'll bring on nick right and Jason whitlock politically ideologically the opposite That's why like doing this show I've said before I love Bill Maher, but I can listen to Ben Shapiro. I'm interested in information last week. I had on Andy Slamet who worked for Barack Obama. Some people think he's a little alarmist My next guest Clay Travis is getting some heat because people think he's downplaying the virus. and I've said before I'm kind of in the middle. Middle on it I do think social distancing is a real key, but I don't think we should rec the economy for if you take out nursing home, deaths people that would not go back to the workforce thirteen thousand deaths in a country of three hundred thirty million people so I, do think we need to now pivot to real conversations about working our way with masks and social, distancing back to work here in the next couple of weeks, so clay Travis joins me outkick the coverage. When when people push back and say Ditto you are downplaying this, what would be your response? I try to use data to come up with opinions in situations like these so. From the get-go when the corona virus started to be discussed in the United States I wanted to look to what had happened in Asia as a rough approximation of what might happen in the United States and elsewhere, and I looked at what happened in China Singapore South Korea. Japan. All of those countries, Hong Kong all of those places reported that they had managed to shut down the corona virus with a relatively small loss of life and outside of China without a substantial amount of of death. When I looked at those numbers, initially I took China's numbers as being honest because they had been endorsed by the World Health Organization right subsequent to that, it now appears that China has wildly understated the number of people that actually contracted the disease, and that may have died of the disease so that such that they're likely tens of thousands of people who died of the corona virus in China. So that suggests now if we had that data from the get, go back in February January march early on that likely Europe and the United States would have responded differently. Because the fear then is different than what we saw now to be fair. South Korea Japan Hong Kong Singapore. All of those countries were able to shut down the outbreak with minimal cost, but I think that's because they didn't trust China. They may have better sources on the ground in China. They may have recognized that what China was putting out into. The world was inaccurate, but when I looked at the numbers, initially, I said okay. China has eighty thousand cases or whatever number they They initially said you know. Three thousand people died easy to me. That design was okay, even if eighty thousand people get it. An even not knowing that it's going to arise. The United States is going to be able to keep those numbers down. So what I said early on based on Asia's I said look. I think we're unlikely to have. Thousands of people die in the United States I. Don't think it's GonNa to be that bad, and also that if you looked at the numbers in Asia that it was likely that we would have less people die of of the corona virus than die of the flu, so people have gotten upset because. Because they've gone back and looked at it, and they said Oh well. You said you didn't think they were going to be thousand two people dying. Yeah, that's because I relied on China, but I was still. It looks like GonNa. Be Right that the cost of the corona virus is going to be less than the cost of many years in this country of the flu, and so there are a lot of people out there at the time pedaling this idea. Oh, two million plus people are going to die of the corona. The CDC at one point seven million. Yeah, yeah, and so I looked at that and I said there's no data to support that the United States is going to respond to this so much worse than than Asia did, and that sooner or later we would get control of the epidemic. So that's the background from my perspective, so yes, there were the people out. Out there, who were peddling what I called? Fear Porn. Millions of people were going to. We're going to die and I looked at the data from Asia and said I don't think this is likely to I. Wish I had had, or we had known that China was lying. Because then that would have adjusted the numbers, but still even with China lying even with. With me, relying on their numbers, I'm still far closer to an accurate prediction than the people who said millions of people are going to die, and so the thing that I've said call I think this is an interesting question, either and this is one of two things either people who said millions of people are going to die have to acknowledge one of two. Two things either a their models were wildly inaccurate, and it was never going to be millions of people who died or be the White House Corona task. Force headed up by Mike Pence. With Donald Trump as president has been so wildly successful that they have saved millions of lives by the actions that they've undertaken I think the truth is somewhere in between there. But I think it's not a surprise that on social media, many people run to bipolar regions and and that sort of explains my line of thinking throughout, and now it's kind of interesting to me. People are upset at me because I think my numbers are going to end up being far more accurate than the people who who said millions are going to die and. And look at the the thing that disappoints me and this has been the case for a long time is. If you have a non mob based opinion whatever the opinion may be, you get shouted down. People like Oh. You don't care about people dying. No, no, no I. Just believe in the marketplace of ideas I think we should have real debate. It's not just me who said things like this. Stanford epidemiologist have Harvard epidemiologist. HAVE OXFORD EPIDEMIOLOGISTS HAVE THE HEAD OF INFECTIOUS DISEASE? I believe down in Australia. These are all highly trained highly intelligent people who looked at the data and said millions of people aren't going to die, but their opinions did not get shared. The opinions of the worst case scenario got shared, and I think as a result. We've had a difficult response. Public Policy Wise where? From the get go I, said look. You have to consider the economic response of a shutdown like this and I don't think we really have in a very intelligent fashion. Well, you know the the only thing I ever predicted early I said this is GonNa be a spring thing, not a three month thing it's going to last a long time and the second thing I've said is social distancing works outside of that I don't know much I do. Do, know that once we hit peak. Then it becomes managing this We lose forty seven thousand people a year to suicide. We don't solve it. We it and so I think once the peak is done in a week or two or whenever that could be six days could be thirteen or twenty-six. Then we start managing. It here thrown interesting scenario. So Dana White had to cancel UFC fight. Why because he was host to get in Fresno or near Fresno? And the California Governor Gavin. newsom called Disney Disney owns ESPN which owned the UFC right, and so California the governor puts pressure on Bob Eiger, or whoever now makes the decisions for Disney Disney calls. Dana White and says poet Dana White comes out and says this has been confirmed by the way that Gavin newsom called Disney new. York confirmed it reported it and Dana confirmed that quote. The highest powers here canceled at meaning Gavin, Newsom and Disney Disney of course runs. ESPN my take on. That is okay. But what happens in two months when the ESPN which is going to lose five hundred million without an NBA season, then calls Gavin, newsom for a favor, and says.

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"bryan curtis" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

05:36 min | 8 months ago

"bryan curtis" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Happened I to know happens. Listen to somebody on the iheartradio APP. Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. One of the things I like about my Saturday podcast. Is I just? Like to hear different opinions, I'll bring on nick right and Jason whitlock politically ideologically the opposite That's why like doing this show I've said before I love Bill Maher, but I can listen to Ben Shapiro. I'm interested in information last week. I had on Andy Slamet who worked for Barack Obama. Some people think he's a little alarmist My next guest Clay Travis is getting some heat because people think he's downplaying the virus. and I've said before I'm kind of in the middle. Middle on it I do think social distancing is a real key, but I don't think we should rec the economy for if you take out nursing home, deaths people that would not go back to the workforce thirteen thousand deaths in a country of three hundred thirty million people so I, do think we need to now pivot to real conversations about working our way with masks and social, distancing back to work here in the next couple of weeks, so clay Travis joins me outkick the coverage. When when people push back and say Ditto you are downplaying this, what would be your response? I try to use data to come up with opinions in situations like these so. From the get-go when the corona virus started to be discussed in the United States I wanted to look to what had happened in Asia as a rough approximation of what might happen in the United States and elsewhere, and I looked at what happened in China Singapore South Korea. Japan. All of those countries, Hong Kong all of those places reported that they had managed to shut down the corona virus with a relatively small loss of life and outside of China without a substantial amount of of death. When I looked at those numbers, initially I took China's numbers as being honest because they had been endorsed by the World Health Organization right subsequent to that, it now appears that China has wildly understated the number of people that actually contracted the disease, and that may have died of the disease so that such that they're likely tens of thousands of people who died of the corona virus in China. So that suggests now if we had that data from the get, go back in February January march early on that likely Europe and the United States would have responded differently. Because the fear then is different than what we saw now to be fair. South Korea Japan Hong Kong Singapore. All of those countries were able to shut down the outbreak with minimal cost, but I think that's because they didn't trust China. They may have better sources on the ground in China. They may have recognized that what China was putting out into. The world was inaccurate, but when I looked at the numbers, initially, I said okay. China has eighty thousand cases or whatever number they They initially said you know. Three thousand people died easy to me. That design was okay, even if eighty thousand people get it. An even not knowing that it's going to arise. The United States is going to be able to keep those numbers down. So what I said early on based on Asia's I said look. I think we're unlikely to have. Thousands of people die in the United States I. Don't think it's GonNa to be that bad, and also that if you looked at the numbers in Asia that it was likely that we would have less people die of of the corona virus than die of the flu, so people have gotten upset because. Because they've gone back and looked at it, and they said Oh well. You said you didn't think they were going to be thousand two people dying. Yeah, that's because I relied on China, but I was still. It looks like GonNa. Be Right that the cost of the corona virus is going to be less than the cost of many years in this country of the flu, and so there are a lot of people out there at the time pedaling this idea. Oh, two million plus people are going to die of the corona. The CDC at one point seven million. Yeah, yeah, and so I looked at that and I said there's no data to support that the United States is going to respond to this so much worse than than Asia did, and that sooner or later we would get control of the epidemic. So that's the background from my perspective, so yes, there were the people out. Out there, who were peddling what I called? Fear Porn. Millions of people were going to. We're going to die and I looked at the data from Asia and said I don't think this is likely to I. Wish I had had, or we had known that China was lying. Because then that would have adjusted the numbers, but still even with China lying even with. With me, relying on their numbers, I'm still far closer to an accurate prediction than the people who said millions of people are going to die, and so the thing that I've said call I think this is an interesting question, either and this is one of two things either people who said millions of people are going to die have to acknowledge one of two. Two things either a their models were wildly inaccurate, and it was never going to be millions of people who died or be the White House Corona task. Force headed up by Mike Pence. With Donald Trump as president has been so wildly successful that they have saved millions of lives by the actions that they've undertaken I think the truth is somewhere in between there. But I think it's not a surprise that on social media, many people run to bipolar regions and and that sort of explains my line of thinking throughout, and now.

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"bryan curtis" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:51 min | 8 months ago

"bryan curtis" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"All this is going to do is speed up all those things right and let's say there's a small town sports. That has five sportswriters right now and they've already cut back. Thanks to furloughs layoffs whatever you want to say to three right now. Is there any way at the end of this thing at the end of the virus at the end of the recession? Whenever that is, they're gonNA. Come back to five. No, no, so you just lost forty percent, and he was forty percent here at forty percent here and sixty percent here seventy percent here I just. I feel this business that we're in. And as you say, we're lucky, but it's become. It's become more and more where it's like Oh. Wow, it's not obvious that you can earn income a real income in this business unless you're a handful of people, so what I think you're going to see is more of this kind of amateur thing I have a time job as a lawyer or or you know at A. A DOT COM or whatever it is and I do kind of a blog on the side. That's my thing, yeah, because I. Just don't see the pipeline. The pipeline was already horrible for somebody twenty two out of college, trying to get in to radio writing whatever it is, it's going to be so much worse at the end of this thing. I mean just just absolutely a different university. Even it is right now. Bryan Curtis I'm watching a documentary night I. Watched the American factory to Tuesday night. It is. Have you seen that? I haven't. My God I loved it. It is just absolutely fascinating. Do you have one I can watch? Do you have any what's a movie? I saw invisible man. Wife loved that I was so anything any documentary you've watched. You could suggest this is a little outside the box, but there was a documentary last year called scandalous. That came out about the national enquirer. Okay, we see the national enquirer in the news, the first forty fifty minutes of that about the national enquirers, seventies and eighties heyday OJ Elvis. John Belushi all that stuff. You'll love it because they have the reporters. How they got the news. How they squeeze people for those scoops. I thought. Put It on your list Bryan Curtis You know bill came on the show. Recently, that was very nice of him. He came for thirty minutes. He was fantastic, so bill and I have meant some some sort of branch in makes me happy and continued success. The article was terrific. It's called how sports radio hosts have become grief counselors, lot of stuff about Mike, Francesa, in their the kind of iconic New, York coast and my friend Paul Finebaum, who does his show is always had a little more serious tone, but perhaps even more so now, so check that out at the ringer. Brian it's a pleasure to talk to you. My Name is Shapiro Wealth. This is the story of my son Courtney. Copeland. Two Thousand Fifteen is the biggest year of my life..

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"bryan curtis" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:10 min | 8 months ago

"bryan curtis" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Driving performance. MJ's documentary is going to to a week ten total take five weeks. I think it's fascinating that Lebron James. Who's always been chasing that ghost will now be sitting home, watching the worship for MJ be ratcheted up over the next two months because a lot of twenty year. Olds who are very active on social media did not see Michael Jordan play. They didn't many early thirty year. Olds than you and I did so. They're going to get their first introduction to the rock tour. That was MJ and we've all had this sort of debate for the last four or five to seven years. MJ Lebron, who's better I, think as Lebron set tom a very competitive guy. He acknowledges he's been chasing that. Ghost I'm fascinated. I mean if I was a critic to watch the debate swing back toward Jordan. Due to the proliferation of Michael Jordan talk and Michael Jordan documentaries and Lebron sitting home. Watching it is, will that be maybe I just gave you a column. I, what is your takeaway on nothing else? On TV except Jordan for the next month and a half I I'm fascinated by the way to stay. Right that we can just forget somebody who against you and I are so much in the recent past. You know where I experienced when people say Tony Romo is the greatest announcer of all time. Tony Romo's really good by the way, but I'm like. Did we just forget John Matt Right? Who retired tenure? We're get John Madden who was like a Johnny Carson like presence on television for thirty years. And and we're I can't believe Michael Jordan would ever slip into that though, but I think you're right. This is this is going to be the thornbirds of sports, documentary and you. You are old enough to get that rescue, right? It is going to be something where everybody's just locked in, and it is fascinating to think that people go. Oh, wait! Till Jordan guy we've forgotten by was great, and he is the greatest player of all time and Lebron, and also by the way fattening just. This is what if there isn't an NBA finals this year I think that's a pretty remote possibility, but it's at least possible. Yeah on the board right now, right? So what is there isn't one and it's just like we've been reading Mike. Trout now might not break the all time home. Run Record, not because he did anything wrong. Purely the season was taken away from them. Imagine how that played in all this where Lebron a chance for me to catch Jordan a little bit, or at least or at least get it. Get onto that podium win title with the Lakers. It was taken away from me because of a worldwide pandemic. How why is there a sport to you? And I have my opinions, but I'll just ask it to you I. I think lots of sports could could survive missing a season. Is there one sport indy into for you college or pro that if they could not play and skipped it, there would be real punitive long-term damage I think college football comes to mind just because it funds everything else in college. What was the Iowa State Ad the other day? WHO said it's going to be an ice age?.

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"bryan curtis" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:28 min | 8 months ago

"bryan curtis" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"A cruise line business. Dead Theme Park Business. NBA. Business not playing a movie theater business, so I work at Fox, so we don't have those businesses anymore. We sold off our our movie. Production Business are movie business. We don't have the NBA. We don't do cruise lines. We don't do theme parks so my former employer. is in the bull's eye of this economically I. Have Friends that will lose their job. So to me I want the NFL draft even though it'll get a huge rating on now, my rival network because I think. When you have opportunities to do things, and they're just as you put an optic issue, we have a responsibility I honestly feel I've been optimistic on it. But I think social distancing works. My takeaway is I. Think my audience is looking for some optimism. What what would you say as my program? Director is if I came to you and I said. Listen. CNN Fox Msnbc it is a stream of hopelessness. I'm going to do hopeful for the next three months. Well, how what would your response to that? And I don't think there's necessarily a problem with that and I think there's you know there's a there's an obvious difference between optimism and hopefulness, and then with some people that gets into bad information, right? We're putting bad information and like Oh. Don't worry about this or or or we should just go back to work next week or something like that, which is clearly not going to be the case, but. A hopeful tone away to Kinda. Pull people out for X. number of hours a day. Sure I'd be all for them by the way at the ringer. However you guys covered it. Well you know I think Bill Simmons's examples, really interesting. That's right because he was one of the guys who said look. There's no difference between sports and pop culture. It's one big subject, so when something like this happens, you can just see and we haven't stopped writing about sports, but you can just see pop culture kind of filling the void where sports would have been at this time of year and I. It's funny when I look at Sports Radio I see the same thing happening right. A lot of those shows were already doing TV. recaps of HBO shows, and talking about movie trailers and stuff and. And that has just kind of filled in where that's changed, and when you talk about ESPN I, think it's fascinating. Because one thing ESPN has really into under the new regime as we are sports network full stop. We don't really bring that other stuff in here unless you know it really. Has The sports angle well, what happened? There's no sports at all right, so they're sort of left with this kind of funny uncomfortable position of we have. We have gone to great lengths to say we are just sports. This is all you get here. You don't get anything. We're to let anything else creep in. And now there's no. We really need stuff to creep interested Kinda. Make the day go bike. It's weird. Hi, everybody! Over fifty years ago, two men with a passion for Motorsport and engineering began building race engines in an old abandoned mill. They saw an opportunity on every wide open road and an invitation in every curve. It was a chance to push the. The envelope break all the rules. It was a chance to prove that a two ton family sedan could have the performance to compete in a twenty four hour, track race, but shocking, the competition and building a reputation. It wasn't enough. Their vision was to expand upon the excellence they had created this engineering company continued to validate their belief by putting race car. In Luxury sedans and proceeded to stunned.

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"bryan curtis" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

06:12 min | 8 months ago

"bryan curtis" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"How are you this morning? Good how you doing. You know actually I'll start with this. I'm doing fine. I've never been a watch game. Talk About Game Guy. That's not really my show. I can do that and I think most guys can do it. I do broad topics. So for me. My radio numbers are up. My digital's up my podcast up. Tuesday Wednesday might TV ratings were up from last year, and there's no games, so it hasn't affected me I see ESPN's numbers in some shows down twenty thirty forty percents, not a shot, but I think they have different kinds of shows so for me. It's not been that big of a deal yet. That's obviously a huge traumatic situation for America. But when you listen, that's what you do for a living. Do you think some shows are built? More for this sort of. Stoppage and some aren't. Absolutely and it really is I think it'd be talked to sports radio host? They'll tell you if the men from the boys moment right anybody as you say can do. We watched the big NBA playoff game last night. Let's talk about, but there's another tier of sports host who can say I can tell stories I can be entertaining I don't need those raw materials. To do a good show. And at a time like this where you don't have the raw materials, you just got to be a great entertainer, right? And it really does separate I think certain tiers of sports talk people. You can probably say writers to from others. They really yeah. There's no question. Some people are more comfortable telling stories. I mean that's one of my favourite announcers of all time is Vin scully. I can remember you know listening to Vince Gully in my life, and a ball would get on the field, or to have a two or three minute delay in Vince Gully could just tell unbelievable stories. A lot of guys are more mechanical that do play by play. They're not personalities, but a Harry carrier Vin scully there storyteller who just do play by play now there is The Paul Finebaum was talking about the article. You wrote for the ringer that you know he's uncomfortable. Is there a balanced to you? How much if you were a program director? Do you believe that we should discuss the virus and its impact to a certain level? So I think it completely depends on the host and I don't think there's exactly a right way to do this finebaum idea over there pianist. My entire show is going to be about the corona virus to some extent I'll have John Calipari on, but we're not gonNA. Talk about basketball. We're GONNA talk about how this affected. His Life I was GonNa Affect Sports. Et Cetera et CETERA. There is another type of sports host I. Think who says you know what America wants right now. They want Joe Borough they want to they want. Should Miami Trade five number? One takes to get the number one overall pick pure escapism. I'm guessing that you and a lot of people probably fall somewhere in the middle of that spectrum where you say. I cannot pretend the coronavirus is happening right now, but people are tuning in here at least partly because they want to hear sports, and they wanna hear something else. I will give this alternative. Which I think is fascinating about sports radio. There is a possibility here and I've I've heard you do it on your show over these last few weeks where it's not that we're just talking about corona virus were almost. Almost giving people an alternative to CNN and Fox News in a different way to consume it right, it's filtered through different mind If you have callers, they're expressing kind of different kind of fear that maybe you hear on Andrew Cuomo every night or our. Chris Cuomo See I. Guess they're both on, but you're just getting a different kind of take a different kind of way to process the virus and maybe. Maybe. You're getting elsewhere in the world. You know it's interesting. we both live in L. A. County. There's ten million people two hundred corona deaths forty from nursing homes, people who would not go back into the workforce one of the things I will. Tourism will never be the same for the foreseeable future in the you know the world we live in tourism's not going to be the same the airline industries are are not gonNA have the level of capacity. Right that we know that, so I do think it's important for the industries that can survive this I think restaurants and tourism. We're GONNA take real hits real unemployment I think you could talk. Thirty percent of restaurants won't reopen, so I do believe we have reached a point. La County ten million people, two hundred deaths forty from. Homes. Those people wouldn't go back into the workforce. We have to pivot now back into talking about the economy. That's why I am pro draft. Because if we can't do games, we have to absolutely do free agency do, Horse Blow Horse Games on ESPN. There's going to be a handful of things that we can absolutely pivot to do so we must do those that's my takeaway. Where would you land on that? I always think it's important to distinguish between something being a quote, unquote, bad look or bad optics and something actually being bad right right when I heard people criticizing the NFL for you know powering on with free agency powering on the draft I never heard it get from bad optics to actually bad right. What is bad at the end of the day about this? You know I if. If, anybody anything being taken away from our energies about where we should be concentrating with medical professionals now, of course, it's not I. Don't believe that the case and I'd be the first one to say if it was so, and I do think also calling. You could make the point when you're talking about people losing their jobs. There are a lot of sports media people losing their jobs. Yes. Yes, yes, yes, and we need those people to keep their jobs to or at least keep them as long as they can't. So if the NFL philly season, and all of this talk obviously is silly to some extent that he had that. Tron in the universe keeps people working. Then I'm all for it. I'm okay with I mean. Think about think about my former employer..

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"bryan curtis" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:35 min | 8 months ago

"bryan curtis" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Chris Cuomo See I. Guess they're both on, but you're just getting a different kind of take a different kind of way to process the virus and maybe. Maybe. You're getting elsewhere in the world. You know it's interesting. we both live in L. A. County. There's ten million people two hundred corona deaths forty from nursing homes, people who would not go back into the workforce one of the things I will. Tourism will never be the same for the foreseeable future in the you know the world we live in tourism's not going to be the same the airline industries are are not gonNA have the level of capacity. Right that we know that, so I do think it's important for the industries that can survive this I think restaurants and tourism. We're GONNA take real hits real unemployment I think you could talk. Thirty percent of restaurants won't reopen, so I do believe we have reached a point. La County ten million people, two hundred deaths forty from. Homes. Those people wouldn't go back into the workforce. We have to pivot now back into talking about the economy. That's why I am pro draft. Because if we can't do games, we have to absolutely do free agency do, Horse Blow Horse Games on ESPN. There's going to be a handful of things that we can absolutely pivot to do so we must do those that's my takeaway. Where would you land on that? I always think it's important to distinguish between something being a quote, unquote, bad look or bad optics and something actually being bad right right when I heard people criticizing the NFL for you know powering on with free agency powering on the draft I never heard it get from bad optics to actually bad right. What is bad at the end of the day about this? You know I if. If, anybody anything being taken away from our energies about where we should be concentrating with medical professionals now, of course, it's not I. Don't believe that the case and I'd be the first one to say if it was so, and I do think also calling. You could make the point when you're talking about people losing their jobs. There are a lot of sports media people losing their jobs. Yes. Yes, yes, yes, and we need those people to keep their jobs to or at least keep them as long as they can't. So if the NFL philly season, and all of this talk obviously is silly to some extent that he had that. Tron in the universe keeps people working. Then I'm all for it. I'm okay with I mean. Think about think about my former employer..

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"bryan curtis" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

06:12 min | 8 months ago

"bryan curtis" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"How are you this morning? Good how you doing. You know actually I'll start with this. I'm doing fine. I've never been a watch game. Talk About Game Guy. That's not really my show. I can do that and I think most guys can do it. I do broad topics. So for me. My radio numbers are up. My digital's up my podcast up. Tuesday Wednesday might TV ratings were up from last year, and there's no games, so it hasn't affected me I see ESPN's numbers in some shows down twenty thirty forty percents, not a shot, but I think they have different kinds of shows so for me. It's not been that big of a deal yet. That's obviously a huge traumatic situation for America. But when you listen, that's what you do for a living. Do you think some shows are built? More for this sort of. Stoppage and some aren't. Absolutely and it really is I think it'd be talked to sports radio host? They'll tell you if the men from the boys moment right anybody as you say can do. We watched the big NBA playoff game last night. Let's talk about, but there's another tier of sports host who can say I can tell stories I can be entertaining I don't need those raw materials. To do a good show. And at a time like this where you don't have the raw materials, you just got to be a great entertainer, right? And it really does separate I think certain tiers of sports talk people. You can probably say writers to from others. They really yeah. There's no question. Some people are more comfortable telling stories. I mean that's one of my favourite announcers of all time is Vin scully. I can remember you know listening to Vince Gully in my life, and a ball would get on the field, or to have a two or three minute delay in Vince Gully could just tell unbelievable stories. A lot of guys are more mechanical that do play by play. They're not personalities, but a Harry carrier Vin scully there storyteller who just do play by play now there is The Paul Finebaum was talking about the article. You wrote for the ringer that you know he's uncomfortable. Is there a balanced to you? How much if you were a program director? Do you believe that we should discuss the virus and its impact to a certain level? So I think it completely depends on the host and I don't think there's exactly a right way to do this finebaum idea over there pianist. My entire show is going to be about the corona virus to some extent I'll have John Calipari on, but we're not gonNA. Talk about basketball. We're GONNA talk about how this affected. His Life I was GonNa Affect Sports. Et Cetera et CETERA. There is another type of sports host I. Think who says you know what America wants right now. They want Joe Borough they want to they want. Should Miami Trade five number? One takes to get the number one overall pick pure escapism. I'm guessing that you and a lot of people probably fall somewhere in the middle of that spectrum where you say. I cannot pretend the coronavirus is happening right now, but people are tuning in here at least partly because they want to hear sports, and they wanna hear something else. I will give this alternative. Which I think is fascinating about sports radio. There is a possibility here and I've I've heard you do it on your show over these last few weeks where it's not that we're just talking about corona virus were almost. Almost giving people an alternative to CNN and Fox News in a different way to consume it right, it's filtered through different mind If you have callers, they're expressing kind of different kind of fear that maybe you hear on Andrew Cuomo every night or our. Chris Cuomo See I. Guess they're both on, but you're just getting a different kind of take a different kind of way to process the virus and maybe. Maybe. You're getting elsewhere in the world. You know it's interesting. we both live in L. A. County. There's ten million people two hundred corona deaths forty from nursing homes, people who would not go back into the workforce one of the things I will. Tourism will never be the same for the foreseeable future in the you know the world we live in tourism's not going to be the same the airline industries are are not gonNA have the level of capacity. Right that we know that, so I do think it's important for the industries that can survive this I think restaurants and tourism. We're GONNA take real hits real unemployment I think you could talk. Thirty percent of restaurants won't reopen, so I do believe we have reached a point. La County ten million people, two hundred deaths forty from. Homes. Those people wouldn't go back into the workforce. We have to pivot now back into talking about the economy. That's why I am pro draft. Because if we can't do games, we have to absolutely do free agency do, Horse Blow Horse Games on ESPN. There's going to be a handful of things that we can absolutely pivot to do so we must do those that's my takeaway. Where would you land on that? I always think it's important to distinguish between something being a quote, unquote, bad look or bad optics and something actually being bad right right when I heard people criticizing the NFL for you know powering on with free agency powering on the draft I never heard it get from bad optics to actually bad right. What is bad at the end of the day about this? You know I if. If, anybody anything being taken away from our energies about where we should be concentrating with medical professionals now, of course, it's not I. Don't believe that the case and I'd be the first one to say if it was so, and I do think also calling. You could make the point when you're talking about people losing their jobs. There are a lot of sports media people losing their jobs. Yes. Yes, yes, yes, and we need those people to keep their jobs to or at least keep them as long as they can't. So if the NFL philly season, and all of this talk obviously is silly to some extent that he had that. Tron in the universe keeps people working. Then I'm all for it. I'm okay with I mean. Think about think about my former employer..

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"bryan curtis" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:36 min | 8 months ago

"bryan curtis" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"How are you this morning? Good how you doing. You know actually I'll start with this. I'm doing fine. I've never been a watch game. Talk About Game Guy. That's not really my show. I can do that and I think most guys can do it. I do broad topics. So for me. My radio numbers are up. My digital's up my podcast up. Tuesday Wednesday might TV ratings were up from last year, and there's no games, so it hasn't affected me I see ESPN's numbers in some shows down twenty thirty forty percents, not a shot, but I think they have different kinds of shows so for me. It's not been that big of a deal yet. That's obviously a huge traumatic situation for America. But when you listen, that's what you do for a living. Do you think some shows are built? More for this sort of. Stoppage and some aren't. Absolutely and it really is I think it'd be talked to sports radio host? They'll tell you if the men from the boys moment right anybody as you say can do. We watched the big NBA playoff game last night. Let's talk about, but there's another tier of sports host who can say I can tell stories I can be entertaining I don't need those raw materials. To do a good show. And at a time like this where you don't have the raw materials, you just got to be a great entertainer, right? And it really does separate I think certain tiers of sports talk people. You can probably say writers to from others. They really yeah. There's no question. Some people are more comfortable telling stories. I mean that's one of my favourite announcers of all time is Vin scully. I can remember you know listening to Vince Gully in my life, and a ball would get on the field, or to have a two or three minute delay in Vince Gully could just tell unbelievable stories. A lot of guys are more mechanical that do play by play. They're not personalities, but a Harry carrier Vin scully there storyteller who just do play by play now there is The Paul Finebaum was talking about the article. You wrote for the ringer that you know he's uncomfortable. Is there a balanced to you? How much if you were a program director? Do you believe that we should discuss the virus and its impact to a certain level? So I think it completely depends on the host and I don't think there's exactly a right way to do this finebaum idea over there pianist. My entire show is going to be about the corona virus to some extent I'll have John Calipari on, but we're not gonNA. Talk about basketball. We're GONNA talk about how this affected. His Life I was GonNa Affect Sports. Et Cetera et CETERA. There is another type of sports host I. Think who says you know what America wants right now. They want Joe Borough they want to they want. Should Miami Trade five number? One takes to get the number one overall pick pure escapism. I'm guessing that you and a lot of people probably fall somewhere in the middle of that spectrum where you say. I cannot pretend the coronavirus is happening right now, but people are tuning in here at least partly because they want to hear sports, and they wanna hear something else. I will give this alternative. Which I think is fascinating about sports radio. There is a possibility here and I've I've heard you do it on your show over these last few weeks where it's not that we're just talking about corona virus were almost. Almost giving people an alternative to CNN and Fox News in a different way to consume it right, it's filtered through different mind If you have callers, they're expressing kind of different kind of fear that maybe you hear on Andrew Cuomo every night or our..

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Alexander Waske: Tour Coach and Academy Owner

The Functional Tennis Podcast

09:48 min | 10 months ago

Alexander Waske: Tour Coach and Academy Owner

"High Alexander Functions. Tennis podcast thank you great to have you on board are I. Came across of the Alexander Voskan Tennis University as I saw on bags around some tournaments. I saw some coaches walking around two bags. I'd never heard of it before and I was always curious so I went off and did some research and this was last year so I've been falling ever since I've posted some your videos. I have you on our academy our top academy lists so it's great to finally speak to you. Thanks for that like just going to your resume. So you've worked with some cray players to pass speed caregiver meltzer Haas Bryan Curtis and even. Now you're working with some great players on especially let's say on the juniors who working with Yoenis four Tek who won grand slams last year such a great junior strokes are amazing anytime we posted on functional tennis. It's really amazing on. You're also working with a couple of the players on the Belgium Davis Cup team lower still lower Bella Mons on. Yeah few more. You're doing you're busy not me. We are a team here. So it's it's not me. We're working together with a couple of professionals here. So tennis coaches fitness coaches therapists. It's always a team effort here. Tell me cut me. Where's IT based in Germany? We Are Approximately fifteen to twenty minutes from Frankfurt Airport which is in my opinion great location as the International Airport. Gets you anywhere in the world and mostly direct flights? So you're in the center of Europe with Germany and Frankford is the center of or the middle of Germany so it's easy for us too excess anything here in Europe and even long fights I mean everything or usually everything has direct so we save a lot of time. By by this and also frankfort spend my hometown. So I've been I grew up here. I know the area Illinois everything here. So that's why we here. It's great to be in such a central. He'll be juniors playing tennis Europe term and Sir. Itf Tournaments Futures Challenges could hope to be. There's so much going on in Europe and also for the flights as you mentioned but tell me about Your Academy your facility. How many courts you have. What's your setup like? They're always thought of two thousand and ten. I started very very tiny. We had one player and one coach We built this from scratch. We are here working at the Federation. We have four. Indoor rebound ace courts we outdoor rebound escorts and then outdoors. We have also a five day. Courts we have a gym. We have ten rooms to sleep For people that come in for a weekly base now. We have other options for our long-term customers that can save an hour to you house. That is a bit outside of the sites and Ben. We have other apartments as well so everything is basically here on site visit therapy and everything that we need. The restaurant So yeah it's it's not the largest site we can't compare this to the large European academies like more talk no and Ross. We look for very high quality on our courts I think which even that so far I think the small academy the Smaller Academy sorry not too big more look more commercially cutting small and seem to have a better more family atmosphere on something you mentioned. Is You like to build character in the players? You work which can you tell me what you mean by building character with your players. You know if you're getting young people in here. Having a lot of influence has left rights errands media friends other players and so on at the end of the day. I believe that's building a good character and I'm gonNA come back to. That will make them successful people. Nobody can guarantee professional career of them making millions of euros in stuff like this but if they are hot working if they are focused if the discipline if they work hard on reaching their goals if they take a setback if they take a loss get back up on their on their feet and try it again and again and again and again. This kind of character will succeed in life so I think that our number one priority or our number one job is to create personalities that will succeed in life and then they will always be happy that they've been here No matter hulk with a end up in Tennessee great. And how do you do you give me an example? So we set clear rules It's also a lot about talking to the kids making them understand why we do certain things and for ten years. I've been busting my Thoughts to get an atmosphere here where everybody works hard and all the kids that we have now and I'm really happy about this really into getting better so you can always spend your whole day playing computer games. You can spend your whole day going out at night drinking Blah Blah Blah or you generate an atmosphere where everybody works hard and if there's one kid that does work hard the other kids don't want to practice with him because it's it's also for their benefits for their practice so I think that we Getting there that the intensity here is very high that there's a clear plan of how they play and that they really spend time with their game. They're strokes and a half to write a journal of what they've learned throughout the day. They have to visualize nights what they've done and the next steps that are there. We make individual plans for them. We make individual schedules and at the end of the day. You also need to have time for for the if you have fifty players to take care of at the same time. It's a zoo. So our coaches have four to six players that they take care of and I don't think that they can do more so that they have enough time to to talk to the plan to also know what kind of personality they are and what. They're struggling with what they're all right. Now tell me if somebody if I want to apply to come to your Kademi what you look for players that send you emails to say they. WanNa come train with you. What we don't do is we don't sign any contracts through the Internet. We don't do that. We have to meet the player. Find out if it's a fits. We want to see if we really like working with that player and at the other on the other hand the player has to tell. I mean usually. It's the parents that also behind this The player has to say this is where I WANNA be. This is the best place in the world. I don't want to go anywhere else and we can find a way but I I want to very very clear and strong commitment for this and this place is not perfect for everybody. I mean this other academies out there that are doing a fantastic job and Certain personalities will like this here and other personalities will prefer something else through your right if you try and fit everybody in. I think you're structures all over the place. I agree if you WanNa make you happy. You're going to generate a mess. They're going to have strict rules. I mean we are German so if you come one second late for practice your practice is over. It's it just doesn't happen you run for today. Yeah we also worked very early in the morning at seven thirty. We organized in structure. As Germs. Do Things and this is a strength. We are probably the worst dancers and other countries. Show us. How the Party will we? We're good at other things one of my best friends. Fabian is a chairman on definitely knows how to party. I didn't learn. Jeremy travelled a bit so definitely did a stint in the states. I think that's re- picked it up so you start early tomorrow to. What's a typical day so for your? Let's say for your teenagers. There's no real tip of the day because when you run a period as Asian you have weeks where you work really hard. And then you have weeks where you worked less and you regenerate more so we work up to ten sessions a week if the players practice full than they have a Monday and Tuesday where they have two sessions into fitness sessions on Wednesdays. They have Tennis session one session. Thursday Friday again to each Saturdays one tennis and Yoga. That's a tough week here but again we also have other weeks where we watched that the players are doing more mobility or region more stretching more. Physiotherapy it really depends on what's a but the week is planned for them. Take a lot of boxes there. The one thing I know. Is that the coaches care here. They really work hard. Some of them travel twenty to twenty five weeks a year with the players to tournaments. They really care. And that's what I really like Nobody here looks at the clock. All the time and says Lesson is op. I always say don't teach lessons. We coach players and different thing for me. So Time. Watching a bad characteristic. If two people are counting the time I know one player we feature quite a bit in the past two years is Yoenis four tech. He trains with you and he was world number one junior last year. One Grand Slams. How long has he been trained in? What you almost six years now. At that time we didn't really have a junior program and he was recommended to us and we had to look at him and I fell in love right away and I knew that this was probably the best hand eye coordination that I've ever seen in my life. So yeah just jump in there. Did you see the video with the wooden spoon? Yahoo hasn't I mean one of the most popular videos intenders. I would say so. You know what I'm GonNa send you a video just for you and you can post it on your side. Where he hits were the wooden stake now. Oh yes that is amazing. You can see on that. Looks like and then we have another junior now. Who's twelve and he was hitting really well with it and he did it with. Jonas and Jonas told me Alex I think the guy's better with a wooden stick me now because I haven't hit with it for a while so I think that was quite

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Bank of Japan keeps interest rate steady

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Bank of Japan keeps interest rate steady

"Thanks in Asia, Japan's ten-year bond futures rose to an all time high as governor. Harohiko Coronas suggested the centre-back bear will step in to prevent yields from falling this after the Bank of Japan, left monetary policy unchanged, Bloomberg daybreak Asia anchor Bryan Curtis is more from Hong Kong, the OJ opted, not to follow the fed, and the EC beyond greater readiness to ease monetary policy. Not much of a surprise, though. All fifty economists surveyed predicted. No change. The OJ said it would keep rates extremely low until at least the spring of twenty twenty and it will continue expanding the monetary base, until inflation exceeds its two

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"bryan curtis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"bryan curtis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Bryan Curtis and in Singapore on Juliette Sally, let's get a check of how things shaping up for the Asian trading day and rapper Wall Street his dot krizner in New York, Doug. So we have Korean export data for the first ten days in the month of June kind of matching the weakness that we've seen all year. If you look at where the Korean one is trading right now against the dollar. We are higher, but not by much, and in the opening moments that cost is down about two tenths of one percent. It was a holiday yesterday down under so the ASX kind of making up for a little bit of laws, time, not much right now, the ASX two hundred better by about two tenths of one percent. And in Tokyo, the Nikkei weaker by three tenths of one percent. We are seeing a slightly stronger yen here against the dollar at one eight thirty six stateside, this was the first time to re for the American market really to react to what the Trump administration decided not to do which was to impose tariffs on Mexican imports. We had the Dow better by about three. Tenths of one percent. The NASDAQ composite jumped one percent and in the broader market, the S and P five hundred advancing for fifth straight session with a gain of about a half of one percent, chipmakers and the automakers out in front of that advance. Now, we did have the ten year treasury picking up nearly seven basis points in yield during the New York session traded just under two fifteen. We are dropping right now in the Tokyo session by about one basis point. Let's call it two point one four percent and WTI. Crude oil here at fifty three thirty one Bryant to you. All right. Doug, thanks very much a couple of times today, President Trump raised the prospect of ratcheting up the pain on China. The first time came in a CNBC interview with the Representative of the US chamber of commerce who is not a fan of tariffs. Bloomberg's Margaret talev has it takes it from there. Next thing you know there's the president calling in to share his views on white hair. Great. And in the course of the conversation at it president was. Asked. Is it true that the Chinese leader may not be with you at the g twenty and if he didn't meet with you would that trigger the next trench of terrorists to which President Trump didn't bat Nye said, yes, it would, if that if he were not to show up at twenty if we were not to meet it would trigger that next three hundred billion in tariffs on Chinese goods later Trump repeated the threat, but also said he thinks things are on track for a meeting. I think president Xi.

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China releases official document that blames America for the trade war

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China releases official document that blames America for the trade war

"Trade war concerns remain in focus with China's government publishing white paper, blaming, the Trump administration for salt negotiations Bloomberg daybreak Asia, anchor Bryan Curtis has more from Hong Kong, China, says the trade war has not made America great, again poking fun at President Trump's slogan, and it says it won't be pressured into concessions, the paper says the trade actions have done serious harm to the US economy, increased production costs, higher prices and damage to growth in people's livelihoods do countries should talk. It says, but with sincerity mutual respect and

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"bryan curtis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"bryan curtis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Kong. I'm Bryan Curtis and in Singapore on Juliette folly we just had Japan, April export import numbers coming through, and of course, markets in Japan South Korea strategy up. Let's get all the latest with Bloomberg's Doug krizner, dug a bit of a mixed picture here. Juliet on the export side a decline of two point four percent for the month of April. That is year over year. It makes for the fifth straight drop, and it's much worse than the market forecast of one point six percent in terms of a decline on the import side, though, a different story again in the month of April of six point four percent, which was above estimates. And then when it comes to core machine orders for the month of March an increase of three point eight percent that's month over month, which was much stronger than forecast, but a weakness right now, and the Japanese yen vis-a-vis, the dollar here at one ten fifty five, and we see the Nikkei two twenty five higher by a half of one percent, barren mind today in the US. We had an update for the equity market. The Dow gaining about eight tenths of one percent, s&p five hundred nine tenths of one percent, higher and the NASDAQ composite jumped nearly one point one percent. Overall, the rebound was being tied to the US granting limited relief to those American telecom. Carriers doing business with way right now in Seoul, the kospi better by a half of one percent. Although in Sydney, the sex, two hundred is down about one tenth of one percent. Crude oil, pulling in a bit after the bell here in the states or rather the close of the NYMEX we had the API reporting stockpiles increase last week by two point four million barrels. We're at sixty to eighty right now in the electron accession weaker by a half of one percent. And in the bond market, the US tenure treasury now in the Tokyo session, yielding two point four two percent. Bryan to you. All right. Doug. Thanks very much coming up in a few moments. We have Serena Joe who's an economist and Mark read fixed income analyst from Zuo securities double header coming up here at about eight minutes past the hour. Well, let's get into the teeth of, of some of these stories here. China's ambassador to the US telling Fox News today that the door is still open for trade talks with the United States. In the meantime, moments ago, we spoke with Saint Louis said president James Bullard about the US China trade war, and he told us, it's too early to talk about cutting interest rates because he dragged tariffs are putting on the US economy, it would be inappropriate for the fed to move at this stage. When the deal might be right around the corner. He might you know, you make a move, and then all of a sudden two days later, there's, there's a deal and things are going in the other direction and very positive. I think they probably would be very positive if there was a deal. So I think we have to be patient. We have to wait and see how this evolves. I would float the idea that you'd have to have these tariffs at the higher levels in place for six months. And then at that point, you make an assessment for monetary policy. Jim Bullard live on Bloomberg radio. Just here in the last thirty minutes or so. He also told us that interest rates are in a good place right now. And we've been talking a lot, of course about the US ban on the way there is a story up on the Bloomberg terminal right now, saying that Trump administration put off punishing way until China trade Tokes stoled. Bloomberg's Nick Wadham says the discovery is very telling question really hit always been whether the two were connected and how much they were connected and whether the president would be willing to use hallway as leverage to get what he wanted in the trade war, and what we found out and reported on today suggests that there was a very strong link. Interestingly some hotline is in the US, and now said to be worried that if progress on trade Tokes, the Trump administration could backtrack on the hallway, Ben meantime, US, farmers hurt, by the trade war are about to get more aid. We're hearing, the President Trump is preparing to announce new round of money for them as early as Thursday. Limburg's Mike Dorning, says the move will help President Trump with his base. This is clearly something that will help the Trump administration. With farm population. That was growing very frustrated with the toilet a trade war. Here's package could exceed fifteen billion dollars. They got twelve billion last year. Well, I was African swan fever and damage to China's pig hoods now the country is warning it's three hundred million farmers to for a new crop Asian pissed. We get more from Bloomberg's Yvonne man. China's ministry says the voracious fall armyworm is likely to spread through China's northern corn growing areas after being detected in thirteen provinces as of may tenth and it's calling on farmers to secure the harvest by snatching food from the worms mouths. The past spreading in Asia after spreading from the Americas in two thousand sixteen. It can't destroy corn rice, wheat sugarcane cotton. And soybeans experts say this is a different kind of armyworm than previous infestations in China. In Hong Kong. I'm Yvonne man Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Well China's on bunk insurance. Maybe inching closer to selling off some trophy real estate assets. That story from Denise Pellegrini soon, Brickley, desert management, and fortress investment are among those bidding for a portfolio of fifteen hotels owned by on bug Blackstone, South Korea's Mirae asset management and Singapore's wealth fungi are also said to be among the bidders. The tea also says the offers coming in our furs much as five point eight billion dollars on his temporarily under the control of Chinese government regulators, the portfolio called strategic hotels includes the western Saint Francis in San Francisco, the low Santa, Monica beach, hotel, the Fairmont Chicago, and the j w Marriott Essex house here in New York. Denise Pellegrini, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Well, you'd have Prime Minister Theresa May's final gamble to get her Brexit Bill through parliament has failed at exit covering, global news. In the Bloomberg nine.

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Chinese State Media Blames U.S. for Setback in Trade Talks

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Chinese State Media Blames U.S. for Setback in Trade Talks

"State media have blamed the US for lack of progress in trade talks. Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis has moved from Hong Kong investors away, China's retaliation to hire you as terrorist. But so far no response all risk assets. Did trade lower the selling was not particularly aggressive. The people's daily said the US bears full responsibility. Because it says the US went back on its word and imposed tariffs. The White House says a new round of tariffs could come tomorrow. Goldman Sachs Morgan Stanley cutting their forecasts on the Chinese currency. And an Ed Bank saying no deal between the US and China his now it's base case in

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Pressure On China To Agree To Trade Deal

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Pressure On China To Agree To Trade Deal

"Radio. Even though we have a lot of liquidity offline from may happy made if you are taking today off there still some selected assets that are trading and some important events to look ahead to US equity futures advancing then he had apples upbeat forecasts. Traders expecting lower volumes throughout the day. Then bit of movement coming through in terms of US equity futures higher. You've got a bit of movement on the ASX two hundred straight up about eight tenths of one percent. Other than that. It's pretty quiet on the equity side in terms of the handover overnight. We did have course, they Tekere innings more generally with apple but also a little bit of a well, it was a weight on the shoulders from Google corporate earnings and develop the trade conflict between the US and China remain front and center, that's for sure I mean, running through some of the currency pairs here. You're looking here the Bloomberg dollar index. That's just barely about the flat line here quiet on the Major's front. So I mean, pretty much all of these pairs unchanged. Eurodollar one twelve twenty Donnie in one hundred and eleven fifty and cable is up less than a tenth of one percent. Short of one thirty fifty five commodities are on the pressure a little bit. Brent crude Coney down six tenths of one percent. We have higher inventories out of the US and the initial data overnight. Gold is lower by three tenths of one percent. So the metals on the pressure let me run through some of the news as well. In terms of the corporate earnings because we are getting of course, quite a few fast and furious start off with Sainsbury's fiscal year revenue at twenty nine point zero one billion pounds. You're looking here at fiscal year sales of thirty two point four one billion pounds to final dividend. Shares going to be seven point nine Pence. Few notes on guidance year Sainsbury saying the consumer outlook continues to be uncertain and that they are well-placed to navigate the external environment. So that's on the Sainsbury's front more retail input from next currently first quarter retail sales coming through a negative three point six percent. The market was looking for actually more of a contraction here down six point two one percents of slightly better than some of the analysts had pencilled in. I go to online sales eleven point eight percents the estimate heroes for twelve point eight percent. And so a little bit of a little bit better on the retail sales. But a little bit short of estimates on the online sales on guidance. They're still seeing fiscal year pre-tax at seven hundred and fifty million pounds and still see full price sales at up one point seven percent. And then also on the economic front. We've got some UK April house prices. They're up zero point four percent on the month. That's the nationwide. Up zero point nine percent on the years that is some economic input as well. So that's a bit of a flavor then on what's happening with these corporate earnings. Let's get now to some of the stories we're watching very carefully starting off with what's happening with the United States and China. The White House is ramping up pressure on China to reach a trade deal in the next two weeks. Bloomberg daybreak Asia anchor Bryan Curtis has more from Hong Kong, the US said once again, he would walk away from the talks if no deal, Mick Mulvaney, President Trump's acting chief of staff said negotiations would not go on forever. So the administration is making its impatience known a slight shift from the earlier more optimistic messaging still going into talks today. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the US side had a nice working dinner last night with vice-president Leo hub, two of the quick notes. The F T says the US is likely to accept a watered-down commitment from China on security that to speed up a deal and. And Chinese regulators said today, both Chinese and foreign banks will no longer be subject to ownership caps on local banks Kong, Bryan Curtis. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. That means on world financial markets away. Today's Federal Reserve announcement on the US interest rates. Bloomberg's Michael Mckee has a preview. This fed meeting is widely expected to be a nun event except for that little possibility of a rate cut. No, not a policy cut to the fence target. But an adjustment to the rate of interest. The central Bank pays banks on excess reserves the effective federal funds rate traded a record five basis points above the excess reserves rate Tuesday most traders blamed technical rather than policy issues such as a rise in repo rates on other securities that suggests the fed doesn't need to do anything others note, though, it's been an ongoing problem and forecast a slight cut in the rake in Washington, Michael Mckee, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And as the central Bank meant to weigh monetary policy. Donald Trump sought to pressure the fed to make drastic moves to boost and already healthy US economy in a pair of tweets Tuesday. Trump criticized the fed for having incessantly lifted interest rates and wonderfully low inflation Colfer steep interest rate cut and the resumption of bond purchases as well. The thing with the theme. The president's comments came as another political drama swirled around the central Bank on Capitol Hill Trump's plan nomination. He recalls Stephen Moore to the fed sports looks increasingly uncertain as a third Republican Senator voices downs. The story from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett. Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina. A key ally of the president told reporters that Moore would be quote, a very problematic nomination, though, he has not made up his mind. Senator Joni Ernst of Iowa and Senator Richard Shelby of Alabama on Monday voice. Their own concerns about more a Heritage Foundation fellow and a former Trump campaign adviser Ernst the senate's fourth ranking Republican told reporters, quote, I am not enthused about what he has said in various articles later, Monday Shelby. The former chairman of the banking committee said he thought the proposed nomination, quote has some problems Charlie Pellett. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. That's something singing. Singapore where Mark Cranfield and markets live team joins us, Mark. Let's start off with the mlive question of the day. The fed odds in terms of the likelihood of a move very contradictory and not really in line with what we're seeing the job market. Yes. Good morning, certainly the market by some as strong as it's been since the nineteen sixties in the United States pretty healthy condition. We've also saying some pretty good wage growth as well. Even though it hasn't really fit injuring flation too much. So Fava certainly in the GDP data from Las week, as well already know the picture is pretty healthy economy. We go to started go to the payrolls not becoming up on Friday, and the fed will certainly be thinking about this as well because it probably reinforce this very strong picture of job market. So when you have that in the background certainly makes a bit curious as to why the mock is getting so excited about the polls. Not of the fed may take the opportunity to to try and rain the market back in a little bit and try and get them back more to a neutral territory because of that. Let's talk about the greenback. It's climbed against all but three of its group ten currency peers and twenty nineteen to folks at TD North America point out that any further strengthening any wheat test of some of those twenty eighteen is could mean trouble for stocks can be trouble for high your credit and currencies as well. More. Generally. You're seeing that dollar bears can return to hibernation after the FOMC run me through your thinking. Yeah. So we had a little bit of softness in the dollar towards the individual pro, and that's not unusual this month and maneuvering which goes on. And it's quite often the case where people are just have to tidy things up in the came off a little, but the fundamental case for is is pretty hard to ignore right now, particularly against the emerging market currencies. You've got short term rates in America, which are very high in comparison to other g ten currencies relatively high compared to the emerging market world. Plus as we were saying this pretty strong background of data from the United States. And they made it very. Clear it's on a long-term polls here. So he's not really going to be going anywhere. We've monetary policy at the same time. There's other countries that want to lower interest rates in in Asia. We've had India of moved already we've got to Malaysia looking at it, South Korea looking at it Philippines, Indonesia, they're all heading towards lower rates environment. So that certainly from an investor's point to you. They're probably thinking that the fed is beginning to look like a high yield currency here. So we could save it. If a rebound once the fed is out the way people start looking ahead to Friday's jobs report. It's always a pleasure catching up. Thank you for stopping buying. It's Mark Cranfield. Remember the for real time market commentary and analysis to markets. Lifelock. That's the only Bloomberg terminal. Let's get into some of the corporate news because apple their their numbers of projected quarterly sales top analysts estimates more from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett. The reports suggest demand for iphones stabilized after a disappointing holiday period. The company also reported solid revenue. Growth from its services business as consumer sign up for a growing Schwartz board of digital subscriptions. Apple shares have surged more than forty percent from twenty one month low in early January after lacklustre iphone sales prompted the company to cut its holiday revenue forecast. So far this year. Apple is up twenty seven point two percent in New York. Charlie Pellett, Bloomberg daybreak Europe and do better as demand for all. The shares offered in its IPO just one day after kicked off throat show in London. That's according to people familiar with the matter, the ride hailing company will continue meeting potential buyers in New York and San Francisco as it seeks to raise as much as nine billion dollars right time now for the latest elsewhere in the world with Bloomberg's leeann guarantee, man. Good morning Yussef Kwun guidos gamble to take control. Venezuela appears to have flops the position need publicly called on the armed forces toback his attempts to oust nNcholas Maduro, but the military command. And state loyal to the president the US reiterated its support for quite, but it seems to have little effect. Japan has seen the first voluntary handy of the chrysanthemum throne in more than two hundred gays. Bloomberg's Crisan STI has this report from Tokyo Japan. Welcome to new emperor on Wednesday with hito acceding to the throne in a ceremony attended only by males symbolic, Hugh leader ushers in a new era Ray, or beautiful harmony, one of the emperor's first major tasks will be to entertain US President Donald Trump who arrives later this month for state visit interfere Chris Asti, Bloomberg daybreak. You're in the UK. There's around with a neighbor vets policy on another e referendum some of the party's MP's won't want an Olsen Kim stances, while others would prefer a better Brexit deal general election yesterday, the ponies governing buddy agreed to stick to its policy of simply keeping the option of another poll on the table it disappointed labor backbencher Mary Cray danger. We're trying to ride. To wholesalers on nicest. Theresa May has demonstrated over the last two years is that you end up leasing date. The country is looking to the labor party for leadership. They're looking to labour leader for leadership, and this may French police carrying out full, potentially violent protests across the country. Bloomberg's Caroline Conan reports for the first time the universe will join climate activists any traditional union marches, but as many as fifteen hundred black blocks anarchists are also expected in Paris. French president mccone came up with a new wave of reforms last tweak. The two-thirds of the French said they were not convinced in Paris, counting Kernen, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Cable news twenty four hours a day on air take takes on Twitter,.

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Shares surge on China's factory rebound, trade optimism

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Shares surge on China's factory rebound, trade optimism

"The sentiment at Asia's factories stabilized in March as China's economy rebounded Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis reports from Hong Kong. China's official PM I jumped to fifty point five from forty nine point to the prior month. That was the biggest increase since two thousand twelve the separate Cy sheen index reflecting private industry rose to fifty point eight now other factory readings in Japan and South Korea rose as well, but they remained below fifty signaling contraction and other cautionary notes as well. Japan's Tungkang tumbled the most in six years and South Korea's exports fell for a fourth consecutive month. Even so stock soared throughout

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Stocks rally as U.S., China inch closer to trade deal

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Stocks rally as U.S., China inch closer to trade deal

"Then when it comes to the optimism in the markets said the US and China are said to be closed. Then two way trade deal that could lift most or all US tires. Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis reports. Now from Hong Kong suicide save the deal could happen as long as Beijing follows through on his pledges those pledges to do with better protections on intellectual property rights and buying a significant amount of American products. The sources say Chinese officials have made clear that the two hundred billion dollars of levies on Chinese goods would need to be lifted for a deal. One of the sticking points is whether the tariffs would be lifted immediately or over a period of time and dates for a summit between President Trump and president. She have not yet been agreed to Hong Kong and Chinese stock soared as the deal seemed one step

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Asia's Factory Woes Drag Into February Though Signs of Hope Emerge

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Asia's Factory Woes Drag Into February Though Signs of Hope Emerge

"Asia's factories put in another week month in February. Although a few signs of growth have emerged one of those signs as we've been talking about emerging out of China in particular, Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis reports now of that from Hong Kong cinema has been weak in the first quarter. Japan's PM I dropped to forty eight point nine while Thailand and Malaysia also worsened, but there are some signs of a bottoming out that Taishan China PM, I came in at forty nine point nine and that was better than a Bloomberg estimate of forty eight point five new orders rose versus the prior month and output was up to fifty point two versus forty eight point one in January, economists trinity it in Texas says the silver lining here is that new orders are rebounding primarily driven by domestic

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Trump delays tariff hike on Chinese goods, citing trade talk progress

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00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Trump delays tariff hike on Chinese goods, citing trade talk progress

"Trade. President Trump says he'll delay tariffs on Chinese goods beyond this week. I substantial progress in recent talks Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis reports. From Hong Kong, President Trump cited progress on structural issues, including intellectual property rights, protection technology transfer and currency XInhua echoed Trump's tweet citing substantial progress, but a commentary later said the talks may face new uncertainties, it said frictions, or long-term complicated and arduous. It didn't seem to matter Chinese risk assets faulted higher. Trump said he and president Xi Jinping would meet in Florida. If further

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China's economy grew 6.6% in 2018, the lowest pace in 28 years

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01:20 min | 2 years ago

China's economy grew 6.6% in 2018, the lowest pace in 28 years

"On that from Bloomberg's Ramy Inocencio. Economists who have studied the US China trade gap say it will be hard to eliminate since. It's caused in large part by US demand. For Chinese products is also not clear how quickly US farmers and companies would be able to meet the increased Chinese demand. Exporting more US liquefied natural gas to China. Could also be tricky because new export terminals could be needed to growth, South Korea's January. First twenty days of export numbers down fourteen point six percent. And there was a twenty three percent drop in shipments to China. Let's check the markets. The Hang Seng index is up a third of one percent. Shanghai composite is up seven tenths of one percent. Stocks are flat in Seoul. And the Nikkei is now four tenths of a percent in Tokyo. Global news twenty four hours a day live in talk on Twitter, powered by twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in one hundred twenty countries. In Hong Kong, I'm Bryan Curtis. This is Bloomberg. You're listening to Bloomberg best on Bloomberg radio. I'm June Grosso. And I'm Ed Baxter. Volkswagen of America. Ceo, Scott, Keough sees a major growth opportunity incidents and says it's still a segment worth pursuing. Bloomberg's David Westin spoke with Keough. So let's talk about your relatively new job. You had a lot of

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NBC to launch free streaming service in 2020

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

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NBC to launch free streaming service in 2020

"Global growth the s&p down for only the third time this month. Paul Nolte is portfolio manager at kingsview asset management betting treated is certainly having an impact here in a slower. China is a slower global economy, and it will filter through and eventually make it back to you shores. And then I think is really what investors are looking at the S and P five hundred index dropped thirteen points down five tenths of one percent. Dow Industrial's down Eighty-six down four tenths of one percent. The NASDAQ composite index was down sixty five points, a drop of nine tenths of one percent in New York. Charlie Pellett, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. All right. We're thirty four past the hour. Let's get to Hong Kong. Bryan Curtis is they're looking at market action. Not a lot of doom and gloom. Which is surprising. Right. Yeah. I chalk it up to Citi group actually because the way that CitiGroup traded. It's earnings were okay. Not great, obviously fixed income trading was weak, but it's emanate advisory and some of the trading operations. I mean, the treasury operations did pretty well, and it gave an upbeat forecasting that trading. Looked a lot better here in the past few weeks. And if you look at the Nikkei, you mentioned that it opened lower. In fact, we're expecting everything to be a little bit lower today. But the Nikkei up about two tenths of one percent financials in Tokyo or up nine tenths of one percent technology stocks up seven tenths of a percent healthcare is benefiting as well. So it seems that that this is the pattern that has has developed here in the last thirty two to forty five minutes that investors are are going with the city read and still going with last week's trade, which is slightly better conditions. The possibility of of a trade deal between the US in China. And also the fed that is seemingly. The on pause. I think we mentioned as well. That Richard Clarita was saying perhaps you'll see fewer than two interest rate hikes. That's a possibility at least. So let's run through the numbers. The Nikkei up two tenths of a percent. Asx two hundred up three tenths of a percent. New Zealand up about one tenth of a percent, and the kospi is now pushing one percent gains the dollar is weaker that helps doll yen one hundred thirty four year old one fourteen seventy four the OSCE back over seventy two cents and the yield on the ten year. Two point seven zero percent. A quick note oil is higher that maybe leading four tenths of one percent Paul over to you. All right. Thanks, brian. China's sentencing of a Canadian man to death has been called arbitrary Justice in retaliation for the Weiwei arrest. Bloomberg's back global news in the Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco newsroom. Ed. Yeah. Paul, right. Canadian Robert Lloyd Schoenberg has been sentenced to head been sense to fifteen years in prison last month for drug smuggling. Now, a judge on appeal suddenly has sentenced him to death. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau strongly condemning the action as retaliation for the rest of while way. Executive men want you saying the world needs to watch Beijing's use of the Justice system closing in on the vote on Brexit, e you deal in parliament, Prime Minister, Theresa may says MP's have to do the job that they were elected to do on all sides of this house, whatever you may have previously concluded over these next twenty four hours give this deal a second, look, but opposition labor leader. Jeremy Corbyn says no that's not right. We were promised the easiest

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Theresa May urges MPs to back Brexit deal 'for country's sake'

Bloomberg Daybreak

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Theresa May urges MPs to back Brexit deal 'for country's sake'

"Contracted producer prices got closer to deflation, and this trade data reignites concerns over global growth China's surplus with the United States rose more than seventeen percent. And that could endanger the fragile. Truce between the two sides in on Kong. I'm Bryan Curtis. Bloomberg daybreak. Brian. Thank you in the UK, Prime Minister Theresa may makes another attempt to save her Brexit deal. The latest on that from Bloomberg's Tim Ross in London Theresa May's facing

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James Comey slams Trump for disparaging former attorney Michael Cohen

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00:22 sec | 2 years ago

James Comey slams Trump for disparaging former attorney Michael Cohen

"I'm Ann Cates. I'm Bryan Curtis. In Hong Kong. Let's get this hour's top business stories and the markets. Asian stocks are seeing losses today. I'll bring you details in a moment. Chinese president Xi Jinping has hailed the forty year reform process in China. He speaking live now in Beijing. He said there have been three milestones in modern China. The foundation of the communist party in nineteen nineteen the communist takeover of China in one thousand nine hundred forty nine and the reform and opening-up process that began in nineteen seventy eight she highlighted that. China has had an average of nine and a half percent annual growth rates over the past forty years. And he said that China's middle income group is expanding leading to significant reduction in poverty, which is one of the key reasons for the reform process. CBS is denying former CEO less moon base. He's one hundred twenty million dollars severance. The board says that moon vest denied company policies and failed to comply with an internal investigation. The longtime CEO agreed to step down back in September after dozens of complaints of sexual harassment. Moonves said to have cooperated with investigators and has denied any nonconsensual sexual relations. Well, investors will be scrutinizing. The Federal Reserve statement this week one of the more interesting questions will be how does the chair Jerome Powell show independence while at the same time giving a nod to investors that he sees what the markets see and in terms of what we're seeing in Asian markets. The Hang Seng index is down about one percent. The Nikkei is trading down one point two percent. And in Seoul, the kospi is down four tenths of one percents. Shanghai composite is now down one point one percent. The yield on the ten year treasury two point eight four percent and WTI. Crude is trading down. One percent at forty nine dollars thirty four cents a barrel. Global news twenty four hours a day live into tick tock on Twitter, powered by twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in one hundred twenty countries. In Hong Kong. I'm Bryan Curtis. This is Bloomberg broadcasting

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"bryan curtis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"bryan curtis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bryan Curtis. Trading is underway. Now in Tokyo, Sydney and Seoul, still an hour before Hong Kong and Shanghai open up. The Nikkei is up one point four percent. Now, Hong Kong futures up two point one percent, China futures up two point nine percent. We'll get to the markets in a moment. Paul. Yeah. Just a little bit of breaking news out of a strange idea. Here we got retail sales for the month of September coming in slightly weaker than expected to tenths of a percent growth. We had been expecting three tenths no impact on the dollar though. Still showing some gains Sydney to thirteen right now. Apple shares the getting slammed in late trading down about six percent. And that is after sales forecasts for the current quarter suggested weaker-than-expected iphone demand, apple CEO, Tim cook saying it's also seeing weakness emerging markets, including India, and Brazil and on the other hand shares have Starbucks gained eight percent in after hours trading better than expected sales in the US, among the positives. Thanks in part to a new menu. Starbucks says that Chinese same store sales increased one percent reversing the previous quarter sluggish pace. And Paul something. I had in my notes from earlier that I wanted to mention as well MacQuarie group is is heading for another year earnings growth. It's australia. An investment Bank and asset manager it. It upgraded its profit forecast net. Income was up five percent. And even though we've got the a six a little weaker today. Macquarie one of the strongest performing equities on the MAC today. We got some signs of progress on the US China trade front. President Trump tweeting today. He had a productive conversation with China's president she talked about trade and North Korea among other things and White House economic adviser. Larry cudlow also commenting, but.

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Markets bounce back; Chinese exports jump; Bank earnings

Bloomberg Daybreak

02:22 min | 2 years ago

Markets bounce back; Chinese exports jump; Bank earnings

"Was strong. Both at home and abroad exports rose fourteen point five percent higher than the forecast of eight point two percent imports up fourteen point three percent now China's trade surplus was thirty two billion dollars. But with the United States, it widened to a record thirty four point one billion economists still expect exports to slow, but they've been strong all year in Hong Kong. I'm Bryan Curtis. Bloomberg daybreak. All right, Brian. Thank you. Bye US futures gain Wall Street is looking to earnings from J P, Morgan Citi group and Wells Fargo to shape sentiment today. We get a preview from Bloomberg's Ramy Inocencio for the third quarter. Analysts seem to agree that you shouldn't hold your breath. Not much is expected in terms of any fireworks. There may be some interesting lines about better cost control, but revenue just isn't expected to make major headlines revenue for J P Morgan and CitiBank are expected to rise for city card. Revenue growth will be in focus, but for Wells Fargo revenues expected to fall by two percent. And it's really going to be about executing. On core costs skulls Ramey delivered. His New York takes Remy. Equities in Europe are staging attempted recovery with the stock six hundred up a third of one percent. The sectors posted yesterday's biggest losses are leading the way. Today industries like autos technology and mining still this is just the first gain for European equities in three days with stocks still headed for their worst week since March Italy remains in focus at the parliament voting in favor of the populist governments fiscal plan that sets up a showdown next week when Italy's budget is doing Brussels John Rowe is head of multi asset funds at a legal and general in London. This is the crucial moment we've been waiting for in the talent situation. So they will always going to put in numbers that we're going to rile the EU, and we were going to get the standoff were to some degree the Italians need to cave to some pressure which. It'd be a good outcome from all showing that the checks and balances work or you got to kind of playing chicken with city knowing it's too big to be allowed to fail at the same time the EU needing credible threats to keep spending under control, and Reuters reports the European Central Bank will not come to Italy's rescue effort either government or banking system ran out of cash unless Italy first secure as a bailout from the EU, and it's stock sold off this week. Hedge funds have

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China Plans Broad Import Tax Cut as Soon as October

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China Plans Broad Import Tax Cut as Soon as October

"China. Meanwhile, sources tell Bloomberg the government is planning to cut the average tariff rate it charges on imports Bloomberg daybreak Asia anchor. Bryan Curtis has more from Hong Kong, the cut would be for imports from the majority of China's trading partners and would come as soon as next month Premier Li cochon tipped this earlier, but two sources gave additional information China made a similar tariff cut back in July its average tariff currently stands at nine point eight percent. Now, the timing is interesting here just this week the US and China announced that they Jack up the levies imposed on some goods imported from the other

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Bloomberg, US and New York discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Bloomberg, US and New York discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

"Asia and his eight thirty in the morning in Hong Kong at ten thirty AM here in Sydney, I'm Paul Allen. And I'm Bryan Curtis. Trading is underway. Now in Tokyo, Sydney, and Seoul, we have a pretty decent rally going and we've got an hour to go before we get Hong Kong and Shanghai. So it'll be a big question today on the one hand you've got the weaker dollar the weaker than expected inflation in the US strong action in Turkey and a rebound in tech all boding well for risk assets here and the president. Well, that's a slightly different story as he walks back some of the enthusiasm about US, China, our story, we'll tell you more about that in a moment. But that's the battle that will play out

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Wall Street gains as Apple, tech rebound; oil lifts energy shares

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00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Wall Street gains as Apple, tech rebound; oil lifts energy shares

"Are shaping up for the Asian trading. Day is Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis Paul. Thanks very much. Asian shares are tipped to move higher today. Particularly in Hong Kong and China, slightly down in Australia. And we're flat in Tokyo. If you look at futures just had some data out South Korea's August. Jobless rate came in at four point two percent. That's the highest reading since January of two thousand and ten US shares did gain the tech sector rebounded. They also had energy related shares up along with crude oil coudl trading. Now just under seventy dollars a barrel. WTI could

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WTO in the spotlight this week

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

WTO in the spotlight this week

"We got China to us the World Trade Organization for the nation to hit the United States will illegal anti-dumping regulations. The WTO ruled in twenty seventeen US actions broke the rules. Beijing wanting action against the US totaling some seven billion dollars. Canada is seeking to reform the world. Trade organization, it is seeking an alliance of like-minded countries to restore confidence in the multilateral trading system and Ottawa says that NAFTA talks with US have been productive. However, the two nations are still at odds over many issues, including anti-dumping and dispute panels and also a candidates dairy sector.

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