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"burke house" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:09 min | 2 months ago

"burke house" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Many others had to endure. That is three time. Olympic gold medal gymnast. Two time olympic team captain ali race men who has really been the forceful leader of this movement to bring nassar down but not only him because simone says the whole system is broken but interestingly the attorney general merrick garland did not appear though. The head of the justice department was asked to appear before the senate judiciary committee. Apparently he's going to appear in october. Christopher ray did the head of the fbi and apologized so he said he wasn't there at the time he said it was a parent what had taken place. What do you make of this mark. Just again. I feel so badly for the survivors. I believe it was allie race. Men who said it's going to take her months just to get over the experience of testifying before the committee. But i'm sure. She felt she had a duty to do that. And i would hope that The people at the very top of our judicial system will recognize their duty to these women who have represented our country us so well on an international stage. But you know. I think it's also important rachel denhellender kind of typically for her. She can cut straight to the crux of an issue. But she's not just looking at abuse in gymnastics. She is talking about the ordeal of women who report sexual assaults on what they go through in all walks of life special. I mean you're talking about gold medalists world renowned women if they are not taken seriously what is everywhere else supposed to think last point mark. It's one you made with us right after the trial is that these women came forward. It's not like they're they run track where it's very clear who wins. First second and third the whole sport is a judge is judged by committees. And that's where they were incredibly brave and coming forward because when you rock the boat these committees. Don't have to take your scores your speeds. They can decide if you're a troublemaker. And not an issue out right. And i think By the time a lot of the people who had testified at the nasser sentencing they were probably done or close to done with the their gymnastics careers. But that's certainly just sort of one factor in in a system where people are sort of groomed To to to be pleasers and as you said not to rock the boat certainly not with their coach and you could extend that coach to the workplace. You could extend it certainly To communities to places of religious worship and beyond Well this may well just be the beginning. We'll see where the senate judiciary committee goes. Mark lee thank you so much reporter with the investigative team at the indianapolis star which broke the story in two thousand sixteen about dr nassar sexual abuse of gymnasts. His team helped to expose usa gymnastics failure to report allegations of sexual abuse by coaches and authorities Now he is no longer with the indianapolis star coming up as congress debates a three point five trillion dollar bill to expand the nation social safety net and to increase taxes on the rich. We look back at occupy wall street which began ten years ago today. Stay with us nine nine nine nine percent. We hear we arrived. We came to represent your wieder. Nine the nine the nine percent we year we arrived and we came to represent for the people for the teachers for the people if we knew that just one percent dues all two thirds of the us of a. american. Wait they like our youth away right. Commit the same crime and the west. Let them eat cake in from saturday. Burke house london they set it off over here. It's time we marched. I spent for those the happen silenced. By the state they try to sign such like if the parties relate. What i'm gonna do for my fate because you know how making 'cause you know. We feel great organized with the people organizing with the streets. Because you understand we wall street. We got beef. they take funds. They take in order jobs. If people understand that the people getting hot i got unemployment is this is on that. Signs economic times we heart and everybody knows representing the bras in the nine percent. We hear we arrived and we came to represent the nine in the bronx. Political hip hop duo rebelled performing during an occupy wall street march ten years ago in two thousand eleven. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report. I'm amy goodman as congress debates a three and a half trillion dollar bill to expand the nation social safety net and to increase taxes. On the rich we look back at occupy wall street. The movement how it reshaped the national debate on economics and inequality yes. It was ten years ago today. September seventeenth two thousand eleven. When occupied began democracy now was one of the only national outlets to report on the first day of the action. our producer. sam. Alcohol filed this report on saturday. Thousands of protesters took to the streets of downtown manhattan for what was described as an action to occupy wall street inspired by the popular uprisings of the arab spring and the european anti austerity movements. Add busters vancouver based culture jamming magazine. Put out a call. For saturday's protests on wall street in july the goals were various from limiting corporate contributions to political campaigns to auditing the federal reserve to challenging all of global capitalism. Protesters included seventy one year old mary ellen marino of princeton new jersey. I came because i'm upset with the fact that the bailout of wall street didn't help any of the people holding mortgages all the money went to wall street and none of it went to mainstream. we've just learned. That guy was actually asked to split up the citibank and he didn't do it in a bomb didn't do anything about it. The plan wasn't simply for a one day protest but an ongoing in creative occupation of the financial district itself organizer lorenzo serna. The ideas have an encampment. Like this isn't a one day event. We're hoping that people come prepared to say as long as they can. They can and they were there to support each other. But on saturday at for hundreds arrived. The nypd shut wall street down itself barricading activists often wall street enforcing a move to the nearby zuccotti park. Despite sometimes tense standoffs.

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"burke house" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

02:46 min | 3 months ago

"burke house" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"Let's take a look to see where jimmy burke came from. He was born in the bronx new york so he never strayed too far from his birthplace. Like a guy like by the state up in plattsburg missouri. Why it ever got out of clinton county. He was the illegitimate son to woman named jane. Conway who was a prostitute was actually an immigrant from dublin ireland so he was a real irishman. He was the son of an immigrant directly from ireland. The name of his father was never known. The mother may not even know who the father was at the age of to the social services in new york city took little jimmy conway and put him in the first of many homes and also being some orphan homes or whatever they not enough they're calling orphan homes anymore they call them group living situations more than likely but a large part of his early years was spent in an orphan. Home ran but roman catholic. Church ran by nuns. They'd say that after she gave him up at age two. He never saw her again. Now as with many of these throwaway kids he was in a lot of different places the institutions but a lot of different foster homes. These people take in kids and some of them are good so mark good. They're just doing it for the money and and take a man for Sexual reasons so he would suffer physical and sexual abuse. In some of these different places he had a pivotal event that really shaped life at age. Thirteen again at argue martha foster father while drive a car that the man turned around a smack burke in the back seat. And we've all been there you know. Don't make me reach back there and whack you anyhow when this guy did this. He crashed the car and he died the disease man's widow plane burke and gave him regular beatings until he was actually taken back into social services in place with another family. The next one sometime. After that i don't know if was one directly after that but as sometime after that a family named burke which is worried in with this name berg took him in as a foster child and they had a he would say later. That claim comfortable and safe environment and he loved those people. he lived. daddy's teenage years on rockaway beach close to ocean promenade. You guys it live in new york city and know that you'll know exactly where that is and they never really stray too far from there either. Gone across the bay. Just a little bit said burke would never forget their kindness and for the rest of his life he would visit these foster parents on special occasions and when he started making some money start leaving large amounts of cash unmarked envelopes forum periodically. The burk family had adopted him so he took the family name and koeppen some say that he buried part of the nineteen seventy eight lufthansa heist some of the lute that was never found at the burke house on their property.

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A Look at the Early Life of Jimmy Burke Aka Jimmy the Gent

Gangland Wire

02:46 min | 3 months ago

A Look at the Early Life of Jimmy Burke Aka Jimmy the Gent

"Let's take a look to see where jimmy burke came from. He was born in the bronx new york so he never strayed too far from his birthplace. Like a guy like by the state up in plattsburg missouri. Why it ever got out of clinton county. He was the illegitimate son to woman named jane. Conway who was a prostitute was actually an immigrant from dublin ireland so he was a real irishman. He was the son of an immigrant directly from ireland. The name of his father was never known. The mother may not even know who the father was at the age of to the social services in new york city took little jimmy conway and put him in the first of many homes and also being some orphan homes or whatever they not enough they're calling orphan homes anymore they call them group living situations more than likely but a large part of his early years was spent in an orphan. Home ran but roman catholic. Church ran by nuns. They'd say that after she gave him up at age two. He never saw her again. Now as with many of these throwaway kids he was in a lot of different places the institutions but a lot of different foster homes. These people take in kids and some of them are good so mark good. They're just doing it for the money and and take a man for Sexual reasons so he would suffer physical and sexual abuse. In some of these different places he had a pivotal event that really shaped life at age. Thirteen again at argue martha foster father while drive a car that the man turned around a smack burke in the back seat. And we've all been there you know. Don't make me reach back there and whack you anyhow when this guy did this. He crashed the car and he died the disease man's widow plane burke and gave him regular beatings until he was actually taken back into social services in place with another family. The next one sometime. After that i don't know if was one directly after that but as sometime after that a family named burke which is worried in with this name berg took him in as a foster child and they had a he would say later. That claim comfortable and safe environment and he loved those people. he lived. daddy's teenage years on rockaway beach close to ocean promenade. You guys it live in new york city and know that you'll know exactly where that is and they never really stray too far from there either. Gone across the bay. Just a little bit said burke would never forget their kindness and for the rest of his life he would visit these foster parents on special occasions and when he started making some money start leaving large amounts of cash unmarked envelopes forum periodically. The burk family had adopted him so he took the family name and koeppen some say that he buried part of the nineteen seventy eight lufthansa heist some of the lute that was never found at the burke house on their property.

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"burke house" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

They Walk Among Us

03:44 min | 5 months ago

"burke house" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

"Allison again. Fled from jordan's burke house where she was staying and travel to cromwell straight. She was under the impression that she would then be traveling onto hon. New allison was somewhat naive. Four horij she was easily convinced. Baton had been deceived. The west did not earn a farmhouse from what investigators could piece together from the remains in the cellar of cromwell. Straight allison was gagged with a large belt. Some of her bones including kneecaps were never recovered. A letter was posted to have family from northampton shift although her mother had no idea what allison was doing a turns out. Fred and rose had obtained a letter allison had written to her mother. She had never sent. The west's might the full row of round trip to distance themselves from the teenagers disappearance from august. Nineteen seventy nine when it was believed. Alison.

"burke house" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"burke house" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Acres and prompted mandatory evacuations LA city fire as assistant chief Patrick Butler says two people have been injured what a firefighter minor injuries and a civilian who transported complaining of some type of moderate respiratory distress says at one point the fire threaten about two hundred homes in the coastal community he says arson investigators are already figuring out the origin of the fire but haven't yet determined the cause fire crews to gain the upper hand on a brush fire in San Bernadino county that is burned about seventeen acres and damage some homes if I was killed by twenty eight mile an hour winds when it moved from little mountain into a neighborhood the justice department issued an amended rules that would require DNA collection for almost all migrants caught crossing the border between official entry points rules would not apply to legal permanent residents or anyone entering the U. S. legally civil rights groups have complained the data could be misused breaks it has hit another road block the speaker Britain's house of Commons has turned down an attempt for a new vote on the E. U. divorce deal John Burke houses the boat prime minister Boris Johnson wants is basically the same as one held Saturday delaying the approval of the break the deal the motion will not be debated today as he would be repetitive and disorderly to do so scheduled to leave the European Union in ten days Monica Lewinsky's producing a documentary for H. B. O. on public shaming the film will detail stories of people around the world including Lewinsky experienced who have experience with the issue when skis become a visible spokeswoman against bullying drawing on her experience of her affair with former president Clinton and the world's longest commercial passenger flight has been declared a success it took off Friday night from new York's JFK and landed yesterday morning in Sydney Australia it was a science research why not challenge joys the C. E. O. Qantas airlines the flight was aboard a Boeing seven eighty seven Dreamliner lasted almost twenty hours and ten thousand.

UK parliament to sit Wednesday, following ruling

Hugh Hewitt

03:40 min | 2 years ago

UK parliament to sit Wednesday, following ruling

"Ago the highest court in Great Britain ruled that Boris Johnson acted illegally when he Perot grad parliament sent them home the order in the council is been changed and they have said now that they must go forward and bring parliament back the prorogation was void and of no effect according to the court parliament has not been pro Rog this is the unanimous decision of all eleven judges it is parliament it is for parliament to decide what to do next they can take immediate steps to enable each house to meet as soon as possible the court is pleased that the council told the court. that he will take all steps to comply with the court's John Burke out the loud mouth Erinsborough Great Britain so the house must quote convene without delay he would be consulting party leaders as a matter of urgency in a statement John Burke house that I welcome the supreme court's judgment that the probation department was unlawful the judges the rejected the government's claim that closing down parliament for five weeks with me five weeks Israeli standard practice to allow for new queen's speech in reaching their conclusion they have indicated their right and duty of parliament to meet at this crucial time to scrutinize the objective and hold Mr to account as the embodiment of parliamentary democracy the house of Commons must convene without delay to this and I will now consult the party leaders a matter of urgency the consequence of the pound is spiking sharply. the currency leveled off after. some losses yesterday hi and there is reactions are coming in former Green Party leader says it's just a start. here Starmer labour's shadow brexit check today says strong judgment from the court approved Boris Johnson has no regard for the law. Dominic grieve says that the it was perfectly obvious that the reading and motivation for suspending parliament was bogus and untrue and the reasons given I'm delighted the Supreme Court to stop this unconstitutional act in its tracks he's a defecting. Tory Jo Swinson leader of the Liberal Democrats as Boris Johnson is unfit to be prime ministry misled the queen in the country unlawfully silence the people's representatives I'm on my way to resume might in the common stop Briggs it all together and so on it goes this sets up the greatest selection in generations and generations and Eric Boris Johnson verses Jeremy Corbyn the marks a chance once in the Daffy one. the bankers the influencers the courts the B. B. C. the times of London the elites can be Boris Johnson verses the elites. and they're still going to get out of Breguet at the end of the month one way or another they can't make the executive negotiate an extension they can tell mass for it but they can't make him take it. and so we're still. Melissa timbre the twenty fourth thirty six thirty seven days away for freedom for the United Kingdom and I don't know what they can do then call for an election a good job in election and Boris Johnson is going to continue to negotiate. and then he's going to have an election it's going to be one heck of an election I'll keep you posted on eventual Great Britain as the morning progresses from court their ruling the prorogation of the. woman by Boris Johnson was illegal eleven to nothing decision it is by the way an assault on the separation of powers for the court to do what it is never done before involve itself in a political matter like this but. that's what

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UK's Johnson moves to suspend Parliament ahead of Brexit

Pacifica Evening News

01:48 min | 2 years ago

UK's Johnson moves to suspend Parliament ahead of Brexit

"British prime minister Boris Johnson today maneuvered to give his political opponents even less time to block a chaotic no deal brexit before the October thirty first withdrawal deadline winning Queen Elizabeth the second approval to suspend parliament his critics were outraged that Johnson previously had refused to rule out such a move the timing of the decision took lawmakers many of whom are on vacation by surprise Johnson insisted he was taking the steps so he could outline his domestic agenda and he shot down the notion that he was curbing debate saying there would be ample time to discuss brexit and other issues we need new legislation we've got to be a bringing forward new important bills and that's why we are going to have a queen speech and we're gonna do it on October the fourteenth and we got to move ahead not with a new legislative program lawmakers reacted with furry including John Burke house speaker of the lower house of Commons who was not told in advance of Johnson's plan shutting down parliament would be an offense against the democratic process and the rights of parliamentarians as the people's elected representatives Burke out who rarely comments on partisan politics said surely he continued at this early stage in his premiership the prime minister should be seeking to establish rather than under mine his democratic credentials and indeed his commitment to parliamentary democracy the main opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn wrote to the queen to protest it is a constitution that rage

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"burke house" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

06:23 min | 2 years ago

"burke house" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Helps a lot in that way. These days is eight works remotely from a house in rural Virginia, where she lives with Sandra. Her husband Rudy, and another more talkative dog named blue. It's still unusual for people to leave the disability program and return to work less than one percent of recipients, do so each year, but the numbers have been growing, as the job market's improved at the same time aging baby boomers are moving from disability into retirement, and the government has made it harder for new people to qualify for disability. Paypal typically approved in two thousand ten may not necessarily be approved now, Abby and Clarkson is a lawyer who helps people apply for disability in Alabama when jobs evaporated during the great recession, many people turn to disability as a kind of defacto unemployment insurance by twenty thirteen there were parts of Alabama were nearly one out of four workers was collecting disability check. But since then, the state's disability rolls have shrunk by about fifteen percent. It typically takes more than a year to qualify for disability. And Clarkson says these days more for clients are finding work during that period as employers have grown more willing to make allowances you know, like someone out like into their fifties someone who's maybe has a medical history with some surgeries. Maybe they, they need some sort of accommodation more employers, now because there is a demand for labour are more willing to count to accommodate to that sort of thing. Of course. Many people on disability are simply unable to work Clarkson says, but not everyone. Ninety eight to ninety nine percent of all the people, I run into would much rather work than collected. Disability check. And that's just the truth. Clarkson says many people who become disabled suffer from anxiety, and depression, when they can no longer work on hill. Salva felt that way six years ago when a bad back drove him out of the air force after a dozen years in the service, his wife just had their first son. It was scary. You know, now I'm not able to provide for my family. I had a ton of challenges Salva still suffers from chronic pain. But a couple of years ago he found a job doing IT work for a defense contractor, he still has trouble sitting for long periods. But his boss, got some ergonomic furniture allows Salvador work. Flexible hours. I'm no longer sitting home thinking about what's going to happen tomorrow? I take it one day at a time, giving up the guaranteed income and health benefits that come with disability is a huge decision Salvator advantage of a program. Designed to make that leap back in the job market a little less risky. It allowed him to keep his disability benefits for a trial period when he first returned to work making the move was still a bit of a gamble. Salva says, but he's glad he did it, it was always a dream to serve my country. I joined the air force at eighteen years old. And I was intending to have a twenty year career without that was cut short and not on my terms, but I've discovered that can be done. There is a market for every skill set out there. The Trump administration wants to encourage more people with disabilities to work both to meet the demands of a growing economy. And to save the government money, one of the president's economic advisers, former Cornell professor Richard Burke. Houser has long had a personal interest in the disability program. My dad was steelworker, and when the plant closed down, he was out of work and in late fifties Burke, Houser encouraged his dad to apply for disability rather than looking for another job, but he later came to second. Guess? That advice he thinks being out of work may have contributed to his father's death, just a few years later, and I think in part because his whole life was work. And I think it affected him. So I've always felt the last resort. I think it's fine. But we can get people with disabilities to too much better. Burke house believes a hot economy has done more to move people off disability than any policy changes dreamed up here in Washington. Wheelchair. Marketer, danny. Isaiah agrees. Tight job market is opening doors for people with disabilities. But she warns many still face discrimination. She says if employers can look past that they'll be rewarded with workers who are adaptable flexible and persistent. They can do attitude that the creativity involved in living a life with a disability. Honestly, that attitude isn't asset to an employer as the number of disabled workers grows more employers are finding that out Scott Horsely, NPR news Washington, and you can find more of our full employment coverage all this week on the radio and at NPR dot org. Nasa has a frequent flyer program? That's out of this world, literally people who sign up to send their names to Mars on the next Rover mission will earn three hundred thirteen million five hundred eighty six thousand six hundred forty nine award miles from the space agency NPR science. Correspondent Joe palca has details. It's all part of a public engagement campaign to get people interested in the Mars twenty twenty mission of Rover mission that will look for signs of ancient life on Mars. The names will be microscopic etched into a silicon chip that will ride along with the Rover more than a million people signed up in the first twenty four hours. You know, it's remarkable how many people just love to send their names to other destinations. That's emily. Lucked Walla with the planetary society. She says, NASA has sent names on a number of its space missions. So has the Japanese space agency. There's another spacecraft named Haya Busa to that carried names that were engraved on a little baseball sized target marker that they've dropped on the surface of an asteroid. So their names all over the solar system, right now in its way that people feel they can participate in space exploration, lacked, Wallace says, yes, awarding people with frequent flyer miles for sending their names to Mars is a gimmick but it's a gimmick that engages people and gets people to think about. The distances between planets. It's just one more hook to take something that's kind of cute and give it little spoonfeed of educational with it Mars twenty twenty is scheduled to launch from Cape Canaveral next July. And if all goes, well, it will land at a spot on Mars called Jezero crater in February twenty twenty one Joe palca NPR news..

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"burke house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"burke house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Got more than Theresa May deal. So you could argues that they're off four or five options out there, but very difficult to see. Which way we incredibly confusing incredibly perplexing out of you're sitting here incredibly frustrated digging deeper, they'll be a five hour cabinet meeting tomorrow morning. The ball for the moment is in the prime minister's core. That's kind of a light moment as they adjourned as house speaker. John Burke house said okay members, go home get a good night's sleep and comeback and jolly good cheer. Top diplomats from South Korea US have met to discuss coordinated efforts to dismantle North Korea's nuclear program. The US treasury department making the announcement today and US Defense Secretary Pat Shanahan says they're going ahead with those exercises. Scaling back. I think we're building. Says they've learned from what they've been doing. The Philippines has protested the swarming of Chinese votes over two hundred between January and March near Philippine-occupied island to in the South China. Sea officials say threatens the security of the Philippines, US President Donald Trump doubling down in the closing of the southern border unless Mexico take steps to head off migrants heading for the border taking those ports of entry giving them to border patrol something the vice president of the border patrol council. Chris Cabrera says they desperately need just in our area alone last week. We saw nine thousand people come almost nine thousand people apprehended ninety county the hundreds or thousands that are getting away from us because we don't have the manpower out there. He says it is not a political issue. Not a Republican or democrat issue. It is a humanitarian issue in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Okay. Brian. All right. Okay. Ed, thank you, very much, and Ricky ideas, Al. Varez is our first guest chief risk officer at Emburey technology. Well, you know for the first quarter we had this huge rally in the markets in Riquet and many of us on this program. We're asking questions like don't we need, some validation? Don't you need some decent economic news to indicate that there really is a turn happening. Now, we've got the China and the US manufacturing data kind of gives the bulls a little extra weapon here or do. We need more. Are we there? I think we have enough. And in addition to the decent, not quite booming back teasing economic data that we were seeing steel out of the US and now China, you gotta look at the at the yield curve entire yogurt. Philo sweep for the tenure around two point size and some five hundred still two percent in dividend around a five percent earnings yield. That is just in the absence of of bad economic. I the absence of bad economic news is enough to to drive people's to our savvy. You don't even need. Good news. Just the absence of bad. That's that's our position. And clearly we have not seen any any terribly inside of the US, the only exception here. We're seeing this serious manufacturing in Germany. But even bat, I could argue it's probably due to that combination of factors and the rebound in Chinese manufacturing. Which is their biggest international clients for German expert machine is is probably a good news for that as well. What about the fact that the yield cub perhaps is not quite as good a gauge as it used to be because of all the manipulations during Q E. But let's say also that people do tend to forget that the studies show that if a you could converts, and it's photos a recession follows that Yuka has to be below zero inverted I should say about a quarter. I agree. I think that that frankly, this is it's always dangerous to say at this time, it's different. But I don't want hand. The this studies that show that that I've heard that it was recession happened very very few points. Just a handful of recessions is what we're too and second no point have we had situation where the entire yorker was below three percent at least not seen since the early fifties. So I think that the predictive value of that. Breath occurs such as he was is probably gonna well. Plus, we only had an inverted yield curve for about five minutes. I think we're up to nine basis points. Now, the three months to the tenure and the twos tens is around seventeen basis points still kind of close, but not inverted and not anywhere near as much talking point.

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"burke house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"burke house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And Beijing get ready for more trade talks later this week more now from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. US soy exports to China. Surged almost seven folded in February from a month earlier, that's a state-owned companies in China started buying again and the purchases could signal China, Mike boost purchases even more if the two sides, resolve their trade differences. China bought almost nine hundred eight thousand tonnes in the month up from about one hundred and thirty six thousand still that's way, lower than the three point three million tonnes it purchased in February year ago. Denise Pellegrini, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Well, mixed Monday for US stocks for a close up look at what's happening in financial markets this Tuesday here in Asia, his Bloomberg's Doug krizner, Doug. I want to begin with the British pound which has strengthened right now. Sterling at a buck thirty two zero two Prime Minister Theresa. May as effectively lost control of the Brexit process. Where do we go from here order? We'll find out in a moment when we check in with a Baxter. Boy, I love John Burke house speaker of the house of Commons and the way that he speaks right now in Tokyo, the Nikkei two twenty-five better by about one point four percent. The yen pulling in ever so slightly. We're down about two tenths of one percent against the dollar here at one ten fourteen elsewhere across the APEC in terms of equity trading, the kospi is now holding onto a very slim gain Samsung warned that first quarter results are going to be lower than the market had been expecting. Now, the company is blaming a weaker environment for both displays and memory. And right now, those shares are off about three tenths of one percent. From the Wall Street Journal, three activist investors, legion partners Musallam advisors and encore advisors are preparing to launch a proxy fight to replace the entire twelve person board for bed bath and beyond. In terms of the bond market US ten year treasury right now backing up about two basis points in yield in the Tokyo session. We're trading two point four one percent, the dollar recovering ever so slightly. We're we're down in New York trading. If you look at the Bloomberg dollar spot index we dipped about two tenths of one percent right now, the Bloomberg dollar spot higher by about one tenth of one percent and the offshore Chinese currency right now at six spot seventy one thirty six I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York, Juliet, the UK house of Commons to seize control of the Brexit process. Ed Baxter is in the San Francisco nine nine sixty seven Cisco and he threw him with all the global news. Ed. All right. Julia. Thank you. Yes. Seeking alternatives to the may Brexit plan is what their mission is now new consensus. They say on a way forward. So this how things unfolded today. Prime minister conceded. She did not have the votes to get her deal past hurt. Three ministers then resigned to vote against her. But she did address the house in any event. House combat h we could be out of the European Union in less than two months to be no further extensions. No threat to Brexit. A no risk of a no deal that I believe is the way to deliver the Brexit the British people voted for and I commend this statement to the house. So now Bloomberg's Therese Rafael says there are three factions out there. I the hard Brexit just get out deal or no. And then the soft Brexit who would be who would find Theresa May's deal acceptable with great reluctance, they would vote for it. Or they would prefer a different kind of Brexit say a permanent customs union, which the labor party support. And then there's a faction demanding a second Brexit referendum. Raphael says this creates a standoff, but it stands now that the government is not at this moment in control of the Brexit process. So what about Theresa May's future? Bloomberg's Emma Ross Thomas. Dez predict Theresa May's demise because for so long. Now, we have been saying that, you know, he's on the the end might be near the ministers quit in order to vote against her to vote for these indicative votes in parliament are pro e u ministers who wants to see a softer a softer acitivity. Like so on we go US President Donald Trump has responded to the release of the Muller reports summary from attorney general William bar. We can never let this happen to another president again, I can tell you that I said very strongly. Very few people, I know could have handled it we can never ever let this happen to another president. Again, he says there needs to be an investigation into those responsible to which Bloomberg opinions Timothy O'Brien response that's already been done at length by Devin Nunes, less people forget he spent quite a bit of time looking at issues around the Fiso warrants and around the the foundations of the FBI investigation. I don't think you're gonna find out new information about that. But Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says no exoneration obstruction part of the report opens things up completely. The fact that special.

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"burke house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"burke house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That out of the shiny stuff gold. The teen hundred nine dollars the aunts who tenths of one percent down. Okay. Let's move things along the will look at what's happening in global news is we at the time Francisco enjoyed Ed Baxter who is in the nine hundred sixty newsroom. All right. Just reiterating. What you said rich twenty seventy you nations voted to extend the Brexit crash date to April twelfth. So the March twenty ninth deadline hasn't been moved. Now is important that it was unanimous. Because that's the only way they could move forward. There are several. Deadlines moving it down the road, and Theresa May UK prime minister is holding a news conference now. But this is basically the way she sees it. The crux this decision tonight. Does is show clear choice available? Opens. Wendy's. Guessing the deal through next week. In a meaningful vote means that we can have that extension to the twenty second of may get legislation through differ on the rest leave the European Union and do it in an orderly manner. Okay. Not doing that moves the deadlines back and the problem are the date of April twelfth a significant because that is when the UK needs to notify the EU that it is going to be up for EU elections. Which is a rather interesting conundrum now president Donald tusk says he will now talk with the prime minister about how to get it passed in parliament. But again the date now has been moved back to the twelfth. The telegraph is reporting to the conservative party member Graham Brady says MP's want her to resign. The speaker of the house of Commons. John Burke house says members of parliament will work digit that diligently to get something done New Zealand's government has banned military style semi automatic firearms. Although no released today, there are more and more indications. The Muller reported. We given to the attorney general soon Facebook has disclosed that the passwords of hundreds of millions of users were made visible to employees. It says now it has been fixed and China's president Xi Jinping will visit French president Emmanuel Macron next week Macron will also invite German Chancellor Angela Merkel and European Commission president JEAN CLAUDE Juncker to join them to talk trade and climate in San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Doug. All right back to our conversation with Lyra rain chief economist for the US had f s investment solutions. So we were talking about the fed Laura. And I'm I'm curious it seems like they may be more worried about the global economy rather than what's happening domestically in the US. I mean, given the trade war, particularly not and Brexit to I guess if you could add that to the pile of concerns. You know, that I think that's certainly has been a focus in this real shift in their appetite for pushing markets with rate hikes that we saw through two thousand seventeen in two thousand eighteen I think what they're seeing is is twofold here there's this kind of perfect storm policy uncertainty. We have it domestically and we're seeing it internationally at it means that you know, consumer confidence took a head at the end of the year. We saw retail sales down significantly. We've also seen still really wide range of news coming from the business sentiment indicators all that adds up to a world where they see growth slowing and not only in a US abroad. It means that they feel like they have a lot of time on their side. And there's really no rush. Now, I think that was the big pivot. There must be a reason they think that way why do they have that kind of feeling then that's the point. Yeah. Well, you know, so you know, we saw that you know, because of the shutdown. We saw you know, a lot of we saw big decline a consumer confidence. But even before that we saw retail, Sal, very weakened December. I think it's right now, it's hard to exactly decipher what is causing these shifts in some of the US data that we've seen and because of that they really feel like because of the fact that inflation has been solo and really surprising on the downside over the last several months. They feel like there's no real burden on them to push interest rates significantly higher. I think the conundrum that we find ourselves in is the fact that you know, if this is sort of the end of this rate hike cycle where still at a place where rates are actually stimulating the economy. We're seeing fiscal stimulus. You know? Probably winding down this year. And they really expect growth to slow down to two percent. That is a very relatively low rate of growth has Doric Li I think if this is gonna get it's cause for concern. And that's why you're seeing the interest rate profile is really shifted down over the last several days is it time to examine whether or not the federal authorities here in the US kind of over-regulated the banking system, and maybe to a another extending the Europeans did as well. You know, I don't think the credit availability has really been an issue in these markets. And I think that, you know, clearly, we've seen a big shift from banking from credit coming through the traditional banking system towards private equity towards private lending a batch if this happened, but you know, if you look at interest rates that corporations are getting lard or even Paul I think there's a lot of availability of air. I think what we are.

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"burke house" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"burke house" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"New this morning US backed Syrian forces fighting ISIS announced Tuesday, they taking control of an encampment and in eastern Syrian village. That's where militants have besieged have been besieged for months, refusing to surrender the milestone, those significant was not the final defeat of ISIS in that village though that village of Baggies. The last sliver of territory in Syria held by ISIS a spokesperson for the Kurdish led forces known as the Syrian democratic force. Instead that clashes continue elsewhere in that villages. Isis militants continue fighting back. He said on Twitter, it's not a victory announcement. But a significant progress in the fights of the Wall Street Journal reports the national enquirers publisher paid two hundred thousand dollars to obtain intimate taxed between Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and his mistress. Lauren. And Sanchez American media. That's the tabloids publisher reportedly paid that Michael Sanchez. Lauren's brother are the journals finding attributed to people familiar with the matter parallels that conclusion reached by private investigators working for bazo says of early February bazo said am I threatened to publish explicit photos of him unless he stopped investigating. Now, the speaker of Britain's House of comments delta, potentially fatal blow to Prime Minister Theresa May's ailing Brexit deal on Monday, saying the government can't keep asking lawmakers to vote on a deal. They've rejected twice the government intended to try a third time. Ideally before may asks, you leaders Thursday to postpone Britain's departure, but speaker, John Burke house scuttled May's plan citing centuries old parliamentary rules. He has been strongly rumored. No, I have not received confirmation office that third.

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"burke house" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"burke house" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The opinions of the host Saad. Katie WN are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of this station, its management, or Beasley Media Group. From Washington to Wall Street covering. America's First News with. It's on. Good Tuesday morning. America's First News continues on this nineteenth day of March. Six minutes past the hour. New this morning US backed Syrian forces fighting ISIS announced Tuesday, they taking control of an encampment in an eastern Syrian village. That's where militants have besieged have been besieged for months, refusing to surrender the milestone, those significant was not the final defeat of ISIS in that village though that village of Baggies. The last sliver of territory in Syria held by ISIS a spokesperson for the Kurdish led forces known as the Syrian democratic forces said that clashes continue elsewhere in that village as ISIS militants continue fighting back. Now, he said on Twitter, it's not a victory announcement. But a significant progress in the fight of the Wall Street Journal reports the national enquirers publisher paid two hundred thousand dollars to obtain intimate tax between Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and his mistress. Laura. And Sanchez American media. That's the tabloid publisher reportedly paid that Michael Sanchez. Lauren's brother. Other journals finding attributed to people familiar with the matter parallels that conclusion reached by private investigators working for bazo says of early February bazo said am I a threatened to publish explicit photos of him unless he stopped investigating. Now, the speaker of Britain's House of comments delta, potentially fatal blow to Prime Minister Theresa May's ailing Brexit deal on Monday, saying the government can't keep asking lawmakers to vote on a deal. They've rejected twice the government intended to try a third time. Ideally before may asks, you leaders Thursday to postpone Britain's departure, but speaker, John Burke house scuttled as plan citing centuries old parliamentary rules. It has been strongly rumored. Though, I have not received confirmation.

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"burke house" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"burke house" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"What kind of don't you want? Yo what kind of a person gets that crazy over Joe Biden. I know it's weird. You hear that sustained almost understand the bell Rourke madness. But I can't understand. Those people out of their minds is tired hack has been around. And he sounds like it too. That's like his all tired. You know? You know hack of a politician. The home. I'm just going to correct myself here. And then suddenly they're pulling in standing up, and I guess he got a little bit excited. Wow. Look at that. They want a one. They're that desperate. Joe Biden gives them. Gives them arousal. He could be the times to story of an oh, by the way, Trump immediately responded on Twitter, Joe Biden got tongue tied over the weekend. When he was unable to properly deliver a very simple line about his decision to run for president get used to it. Another low IQ individual. Johnston dig on using low. I. Maxine Waters that. Yeah. That's one of his favorites. As one of your favorites. He he was hoping to come up with a better one for Biden. He tweeted last March that Biden was weak, both, mentally and physically. Oh, maybe they're going to have like a wrestling match your remember? 'cause Trump's abide said he would beat the hell out of Trump was Biden it said that. Biden is a bit older. Right. Trump is seventy two and Biden is what seventy six or seventy seven or something something like that. The times did a story on Biden that he may be attitude with today's Democrats because he chaired the nineteen Ninety-one Clarence Thomas hearings that apparently did not give enough importance to Anita Hill's allegations. And he backed legislation that many blame for helping fuel an explosion in prison populations. And he originally voted to outlaw gay marriage in the nineteen. Oh, and he's an ally of the banking and credit card industries, all the Democrats. And he say good things about Mike Pence. And he said that this is all stuff that nuts complain about. But in the primaries horrible, people aren't gonna know. But in the primaries. All you care about right now if you're running for president is to win your primaries, get your nominee. Now, he he's learned this on the Republican side. Everybody wants far, right? And then the Democrats side they're going to probably run far left. But if you're if if you're a normal politician, you just gotta sit it out for a while until the the craziness subsides he doesn't have time to sit it out 'cause he's one hundred years old. But if if you were a young version of Joe Biden, you would wait because the these are lunatics, you're not going to appeal to these lunatics. They're gonna dig up everything from twenty and thirty years ago and a lot of that stuff. He was right on and would get majority support now from people in both parties, I'd really curious when this finally starts to unfold with the debates in the voting which way, these people go because the socialist crowd led by Kamla, Harris, Elizabeth Warren. I mean, they're going to be all spouting about let's spend. Let's give everybody free everything. I like to see what Biden says to that. I think the green new deal is a great example of that. If. The debate if he acts like an adult hill impress most people he'll get all the idiots upset and they'll go on Twitter, but ignore the social media mob and speak to real people sitting at home. Who who work all day? They don't spend their day online at a coffee shop. They actually work for a living talk to them. And tell them the the green new deal is nuts. And he'll get he'll get a lot of votes for that. And it's really just who shows up and votes. So if the nutty left-wing, progressive socialist crowd is this the everything history repeats itself constantly, and the hippie generation did this when they voted for George McGovern in nineteen seventy two and you're running against Nixon, and it was tied to like Trump a lot of people didn't like Nixon, and and and he was under investigation by well Dixon. One forty nine states. Government wouldn't one. Be big big because the crazy people took over the party. It's going to happen again. Now. We got more coming up. Johnny Ken KFI. Debra Mark has this. A second person has been booked for murder in the killing of a nine year old girl found along a horse trail in hacienda heights. The person is the mother of the girl whose name is trinity Jones LA county. Sheriff's officials say the mom is expected in court Wednesday. The woman is a registered sex offender with a previous conviction of enticing, a minor. For prostitution her boyfriend has already been charged with murder. He has a previous conviction of child abuse. A vigilance plan tonight for a murdered roller skating rink owner in San Bernardino county police responding to a reported robbery at Cal skate grand terrace, early Saturday found the building on fire. The owner was inside having having been shot several times this guy who lives near the ring tells KTLA the place is a big draw for the community the local schools coming here. They have a women's thing in the morning that they do yoga, the San Bernardino sun newspaper says acuity guard was fatally shot at the rink four years ago while working. A New Year's party. The news is brought to you by American vision windows. A state assemblyman is trying to ban the towing of some people's cars. David choose Bill would block towing for someone who has more than five unpaid tickets, and those whose registrations are more than six months out of date Sheila Myers from the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles says a lot of people in poverty, wind up losing their vehicles after a tow. Those individuals can't pay the compounding storage fees and ministration fees, and those sorts of things that build up when a car is in storage. She says government agencies in LA sold twenty five hundred towed vehicles in a single month. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news, speaker of Britain's parliament has ruled the prime minister cannot put her Brexit deal to a new vote unless she reworked the whole thing speaker, John Burke house says they can't vote again on a proposal. That's already been been defeated twice if the government wishes to bring forward a new property. Neither the same nor substantially the same. As that disposed of by the house on the twelfth of March, this would be entirely in order. Lawmakers voted last week to delay Brexit by at least three months.

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"burke house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"burke house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That has. In the Bloomberg nine sixty seven news. Yeah. That's exactly right rush. The investigations going on into the two crashes but into the relationship between Boeing the FAA began even before the second crash now Bloomberg intelligence, George Ferguson says what they are finding is at Boeing and the FAA have had a very close relationship. But what we're finding out now is perhaps too far here as Boeing was pushing to develop the max in response to the Airbus A three twenty Neo which could delay getting the planes back into the air. Another major hiccup and UK Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to bring a third vote on Brexit plan. This is house of Commons speaker, John Burke house says the government cannot resubmit the same proposal is last week. He says now the second vote was different. The government. Second meaningful motion was accompanied by the publication of three new documents. So Bloomberg's Michael Mckee? Says this could thwart May's plan my way or the highway. We drop out if we don't pass this, and that seems to have been perhaps her administration's plan all along. And now Burke speaker has thrown what you like to colloquially called a spanner in the works. So Bloomberg sources say government officials say they will not be a meaningful vote this week. And that it appears the speaker is trying to force a long delay and a softer Brexit on the guardian newspaper is reporting. Now, the EU may take up a vote to delay Brexit that would test into and take into account article fifty an extension Dutch police have arrested a suspect in the tram shootings. And attracting not know as yet. Swatters motives are do not exclude any type of motive Dutch Justice Minister Ferdinand GRA powerhouse saying that three killed five injured. China's president Xi champagne on a European visit later this week Italy, France, Monaco, Bloomberg's Sherry on says that it will look into the belt and road initiative Italy, for example, trying to decide what to do in India in a statement today. Underline just how tense things were between it and Pakistan, February after a terrorist attack releasing a statement today that it dispatch nuclear submarines and aircraft carrier battlegroup and dozens of other navy ships to the north Arabian Sea. This was back in February in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg Douglas, sir. All right. Our guest for the half hour is rob senior portfolio manager specializing in fixed income at riverfront investment group. Brought pleasure to have you on the program. Couple of key central Bank meetings this week, including the fed. What's the biggest issue? For you. When you look at the rates environment right now. Yeah. I think I think that the biggest issue is just hanging on a handful of key words, I think the markets widely expecting no change in the fed funds rate at this meeting. But what the focus is going to be is on the size of the balance sheet, and what they're going to do about, you know, ending or quantitative tightening. I think that's going to be really the focus of this meeting considering it's why they expect it's going to be no changes. Phones. The thing is what when do you expect Cutie to be perhaps finished with his word? What does the what's the impact on the markets being thus far new? Yeah. I think it should wrap up. We'll probably get more info, but probably the summer, so the fed balance sheet, I think every ever we think it will probably ended around three point seven trillion. So you'll see as as maturity's start coming. Do. You'll see the fed start to reinvest those into in Detroit. And yeah, I think I think, you know, the market's gone from pricing and just last November. To say that there's gonna be a ninety percent chance of some kind of hiked actually pricing in a rate cut in two thousand nineteen before you see a rate cut. I think you've got to see the end to the quantitative tightening. So is this the new normal, then rob? Or are we just entering a period where the balance sheet issues was something that where we have to apply the term patients as well? And that at some point down the road six months a year from now they're going to commence with the unwind. Yeah. I think. A normal. I think the market starting to get impatient with the term patients, but the fed has been really hammering the table of saying we're going to be data dependent. And and I think patience is important because you know, the the risks are much more to you know, the downside that you get purchase falling and slower growth, then you have the risk of inflation overshoots. So I think they want to be really careful what I would say, though, is that I think it's it's risks from an investment standpoint are are more. So to the upside that that the market I think has gone too far too fast. Thanking us that's going to raise rates at some point this year. You'll see the other thing decides balance sheet is a focus on the pots, and I think that'll be the other major changes you're going to see not really new information. But the fed moving to where the market is probably reducing the number of height healthy, rob in the past. We have heard commentary. From the fed that they're concerned about the global situation. Yes, we know the mandate deals with kind of the domestic outlook and the circumstances here. But what's the global story when it comes to the fed? We can have that conversation with rob Blount coming up on daybreak Asia. This is Bloomberg..

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"burke house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"burke house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Nine sixty newsroom. All right. Thank you. There's growing concern that Boeing may not be able to get the max family of aircraft back into the air as soon as it wants not only are the investigations going on into the two crashes into the relationship between Boeing and the FAA and they began even before the second crash, Bloomberg intelligence, George. Ferguson says what they're finding is at Boeing and the FAA have had a very close relationship. But we're finding out now is perhaps a bit too far here as Boeing was pushing to develop the max in response to the Airbus twenty Neo which could delay getting the planes back into the air. Another major hiccup in the UK Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to bring a third vote on her Brexit this as a house of Commons speaker John Burke house says the government cannot re submit the same proposal is last week. He says now the second one was different. The government. Second meaningful motion was accompanied by the publication of three new documents. So Bloomberg's Michael McKean says this thwarts Theresa May's plan my way or the highway we drop out if we don't pass this, and that seems to have been perhaps her administration's plan all along and now. Berko speaker Burke, how has thrown what you like to call a spanner in the works or a stick in the spokes are a speed bump in the driveway of life. So Bloomberg government officials say they will not be a meaningful vote this week. And that appears to speakers trying to force a long delay a softer. Brexit Dutch police have arrested a suspect in the tram shootings in attract we do not know as yet. As to what his motives are do not exclude any type of motive. And Dutch Justice Minister Ferdinand Garoppolo saying a three killed five injured. China's president Xi Jinping is on a European visit later this week Italy, France, Monaco, Bloomberg's Sherry on. It's all a bit to get more. Investments are more interesting to China, especially at a time when the European Union is saying its own issues with the United States. So this is a really good opportunity for China to swoop in and strengthen those relations with the Italy, for example, still trying to decide what to do regarding Belton road in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Douglas. All right. Many thanks Kirk. Hartman is our guest for the half hour. Kirk is co at the Wells Fargo investment management shop. Kirk pleasure to have you on the program. Thank you. What do you make of today's price action? I mean, we drifted higher. But I mean selected issues were we're taking it on the chin. I noted earlier that Facebook was down three and a half percent. Boeing off nearly two percent today. What's your sense of the tape? Well, I think two thousand nineteen in my mind's playing out in very similar fashion to two thousand eighteen meaning a great start for the year. If you remember last year, it was great for January. And then there was a bit of a correction. So, you know, this has been a great quarter and it gets one of the best quarters on record. So I sing to sit. Today's actions not surprising to me. I mean, I think we're going to go through a little period here of sideways until we see what happens with things like trade, and Brexit and all the other issues, so where you're putting money to work right now. I mean, given everything that we've talked about internally in terms of market rotation. I mean S and P five hundred is up high today that we haven't seen in about five months time. But I'm curious about internal rotations within the market. Well, it's interesting, and we own a lot of these shocks. But I was looking this morning if you look at Amazon, Google, Microsoft, China Mobile TeleNor, small caps all are up fifteen percent year today. So. It's been a tremendous start to the year. And it would seem that the, you know, we're back to the momentum stocks in what I call the the olive Coppola's. So I think when you anytime you have a great story like this. I think at some point it's probably wise to take a little money off the table. I think it depends on your time horizon to your time. Horizon dish here's your timer is a next year. So that's a function of the fed kind of remaining patient and on the sidelines. I mean, kind of giving me the openly now to some of those companies that we were concerned about at the end of last year, the concentration that you described the mega cap tech very much. So I think this is a central Bank German market. I mean, what's interesting is, you know, your ago, we're talking about the fed potentially hiking three or four more times. And now, it's potentially the fed on hold and slowing down the unwinding of the balance sheet and clearly all of the central banks, especially in Europe. In China are being very accommodative. So yes, absolutely. I think it's very much a. Central Bank urban market with the risk on trade making sense. Does that mean that EM is something that you would favor right now, very quickly about thirty seconds? Yes. EM long-term. But as I've always said, I wouldn't buy 'em for the near term, but longer term Eum, shape, any markets particular. I mean within the EMS fear or continue like China. I think China is going to be a terrific market. And I like China shares, and I think that spurt of grossest just gonna continue maybe we can talk. Macro when we continue the conversation Kurt. I'd be very interested to get your view on. How you see the global economy right now that's Kirk Hartman. He is co CEO at Wells Fargo investment management. Our guest here on daybreak Asia. We're setting up for the beginning of the Australian session at the top of the hour futures indicate a move higher. Also crude oil now right at about fifty nine dollars a barrel. We'll talk.

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"burke house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"burke house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Stuff. I mean, this is real harsh sounds very now. But your four hours east west rather of demoain, you're trying to get to Omaha and Carney, Nebraska and. No, no, good morning, Mr. buffet. But but I'm sorry. It's a mid west thing and for our global audience the pressure drops, Michael I mean, they're they're like the literature of the nineteenth century. What's kind of interesting is that we're seeing a lot of this these days and just say global warming is kind of intensifying, we've global warming and trade is well, you are doing today who who is listening to whom I mean, not only within the US delegation, but also US China, what are you following is an expert on this? Well, a couple of different things you're following the Chinese economy and the numbers today weren't particularly good industrial production lower than forecast retail sales down from last year. The jobless rate rises which puts pressure on Xi Jinping to stimulate the economy. And to what extent does he need a deal with the US to take some of the pressure off on the trade front, but on the other side, you have Gary Cohn. The former National Economic Council chairman telling the freakonomics podcast. Last last night that President Trump is desperate for a deal. According to people he's talked to at the White House because he's had no wins recently things have been going very badly for him. So both political leaders have imperatives to make a deal. And then Bloomberg news reports today as you pointed out exclusively that looks like they're putting off any kind of summit because they can't reach a deal. So it's a difficult period for both. What's interesting is we had some pretty dreadful data as you pointed out in the market, just look right through it. I think there's still this sort of widely held assumption that the Chinese can stabilize the data with some stimulus. It wasn't until the trait. Headline hit the futures rolled over a little bit. Well, there's an acceptance of the fact that China had slowed. Now, there's two things happening one is it's the Chinese New Year lunar new year in February. Always distorts the data at this tubby or the Chinese say that they controlled for that this year and that the data reasonably accurate, but the market kind of tends to look past the beginning of the year for China. The other thing is it's sort of old news. We knew they were slowing. We have at the same time seen a lot of stimulus going into the economy. So are we going to see a turnaround? We kind of expect a turnaround the big one thing that came out. Well, for them was a rise in industrial fixed assets, which was largely infrastructure spending, which tells you they're they're starting to gear up on the stimulus. Explain John it for audience, doesn't you might just trots it off the Chinese New Year, the country shuts down for quite a while to I yes, exactly Tom is that the new year is not consistent date. So the base effects the kick in year-over-year, ready, ready difficult. I know cash flows. A like a three week vacation this issue. So they me photographs from everywhere because he's on the Chinese New Year. It's like religion. I mean shutdown total for a week or no more than a week. You can't do do by Barcelona London and Rome in a week. He's leaving the life. I never led you paying for it. What we call the indirect cash flow. Kids stimulating the tank. I love our radio show to half a guy with his children Chinese here is like a serious deal. I mean, like it's like a GDP effector, right? Yeah. Apparently, I'm just looking at the news here, apparently the president of the United States is speaking somewhere because there's unless it's a tweet. It could be a tweet. I guess he says he's looking forward to negotiating a trade deal with the United Kingdom. The United Kingdom is looking forward to being able to negotiate trade deal with anyone. Yeah. Serious serious. Tweeden. Of course goes to the green, and he doesn't say anything China to your to your point though. Michael John Farrell help us out here. Basically the goal is to get through Thursday. I can help out with this. No. But I think for Americans John we're sort of like, okay, she's still running the government. Why after all these defeats? That's just that's bridge. The week was the speaker of the house. John Burke house saying Thursday's debate will not settle the only settled the fact that news Thursday. Well, thanks it. Seriously. We should point out. Michael Mckee was serious travel deal. Following around now. And also on the trade talks is well, he's really earned the knowledge on lighthizer and Trump and the rest futures negative four. Dow futures negative Fifty-three jumped heroin term keen, this is Bloomberg. This is a Bloomberg market minute. Stock futures are slipping this morning as US investors await economic data. We'll get the February update on import prices weekly snapshots of jobless claims and consumer comfort and January new home sales. And we'll watch for earnings today from Dollar General Ulta beauty broadcom oracle and adobe yesterday. On Wall Street, the S and P five hundred hit the highest since December up nineteen points or seven tenths percent at twenty eight eleven the Dow rose one hundred forty eight the NASDAQ was up fifty two Boeing shares were slightly higher after losing eleven percent over two sessions following two fatal crashes of the max jet within five months. Shares of Boeing are slipping a bit this morning down about a quarter of a percent, the US finely grounded, the max jets joining doesn't of other governments that had already halted flights of the plane s and p futures down five Dow futures down sixty five Gina Cervetti. Bloomberg radio.

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"burke house" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:04 min | 3 years ago

"burke house" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I'm missing you on Friday nights. I know that you probably don't wanna hear that. But I am because unreasonable. I got connected to new Japan pro wrestling's because you in such a great job every Friday night that was destination programming. I know it's still on. But I just miss you. And your voice there is is there a possibility for you to provide commentary for this all elite wrestling fast. Oh, you know, there's a lot of move of parts have to really be abreast. And you know, you know, I'm not gonna at this stage of my. Finally refurbishing, but my life is JR's back nine. I don't know. I honestly don't think that far ahead. I've got I've got an obligation to WWE who I've been with vinyl art since nineteen ninety three the takes me through the end of March of this year. So I'm going to more weeks on that contract and within now in the end of March, obviously, I'll have to make some decisions. Based on what officer out there, and and the dialogue and all these things. So I look I'm a fan. I'm always going to be a fan. I'm happy to say am I enjoy nothing more? My Lai can talk about on the radio then. The play by play on for wrestling matches. I think that's where I was put here to do. I enjoy it more than anything. It's it's a great challenge for me. I still I still get cited new blessed to be able to do it. So any opportunities. I get to do it. I want to do it. It's just a matter of those opportunities from and how they take shape. So we got a lot of Nostra sleep for if make that decision. But it'll be a nice thing about it is I got options we have there's a lot of options right now for us. Wrestling people. Oh, gosh. I here's the thing about talking to you over the years. Jim, I I don't consider your wrassling guy. I know some out there that are in the process of hiring. That's behind the desk, do but I just I consider you colleague as a broadcaster in. Here's here's why I I saw something that you put on Twitter a few weeks ago. It was the interview that Dan Patrick did with Al Michaels about television play by play. And I thought it was a salient point because Al who's been doing it for so many years have so many different calls, you talks about how because television tells the pitcher you don't have to say you have to you don't have to talk every second in plug everything. Sometimes you just have to look at what's in front of you. So I thought that that was a great video that she posted. I never talk to you about sports announcers that you enjoy. Listen listening to coming up in the business. Did you ever have someone in particularly that you enjoyed radio or TV wise in sports? Yeah. Heck? Yeah. Powers of big. Several guys influenced me, including Jack Burke, house got old stuff from WGM back in the day and listening to do wrestling. So Jack Jack didn't change from doing the travel bears are dick bruiser. If you still knew it was pretty much the same. He had he had rhythm the music. And so race Scott was the guy that I always thought was break. Less was more. He also have both palsy identified where later on in my life. I love Chris shaneco Jackson. A southern accent. Thanks in Georgia. I can kind of identify with that a little bit. And he was one of my heroes. Without a doubt, you know. So there's a lot of good wants today. Yeah. I think I think. Oh god. Redness sores great. Yes. I think I think I think. The kid does cutter on FOX. Quarterback Joel Klatt in your classroom. Really good too. And we saw how good young Tony Romo is gonna be volume diagnosing formations and having the game, Scott. He showed everybody does have broadcasting from fair for that game. Like he was gonna play it. And you don't get broadcasts to do that. Obviously. I know one thing Jim. If you do a commentary, your color analyst who would be able to know the move that's coming before it came out think he'd last very long with you think you like wrestling. I'd rather not go that direction. I. Because I mean, listen he he's about us about twenty seven for thirty years. I think twenty eight for thirty on calls the last the last thirty calls that game. He knew it was coming twenty eight thirty times. That's pretty that's pretty damn good. This again, this goes to show you that he did an abnormal amount of faith study. And he he had he knew the tendencies. Well enough that he could pretty well diagnosis what he saw. And what he what is what he saw. What would it mean? And so he thought he'd be sacrificed all meant. So then he was able to communicate that on television. And you know, that's a great thing. If you could get them, right? We're not as an audience and the critics in social media as it is. We're not gonna let the four bashing forget brawl. Yeah. You get your warranty loud and something so unsheltered, shall we say? Tuesday, wrestling, Tuesday, Jim Ross with Jonathan hood right here on ESPN one thousand ESPN app. I forget, Jim. We'll be at the Milwaukee admirals game. January twenty six at one o'clock in salute to wrestling night. Gail Kim will be there, Geoff Garin, Al snow. Speaking out Gail, Kim, one of the one of my favorites, especially when it comes to women's wrestling women's revolution. Jim, I tell you whether it's the WWE or impact wrestling or when you talk to David Maclean last week from. Wow, it is it is really been a phenomenon here. What what are the women that the men aren't in today's profession? Well, they seem to be more organic and more natural. They are seemingly. Carpool.

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"burke house" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"burke house" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Just doesn't seem enough cheap a healthy food options. Available to the whole population would improve things to as a veto on anymore. Fast food outlets for Monaco in Doha. I'm Lizzy porta. Thanks to lease the under the latest issue of monocle magazine is it's all good newsstands. Now, it is almost seven thirty two AM here in London. You're listening to the globalist. And we continue with today's newspapers Brian classes back in the studio, Brian let's start with a look towards Lamont is rising about protests in Sudan. Yes. So there's this this story just about Sudan's protests which have been going on for for some time now. And and basically the the pieces about how the only two ways that this can possibly end as either a radical political change with Omar al-bashir, either deposing being deposed or instituting massive reforms or a bloodbath. And there's a serious risk that the ladder is becoming more and more PO more and more possible because there were reports of serious repression against protestors who are peacefully trying to create reform in a place that's long been a dictatorship. And I guess the question is what the international community can twenty two doing the situation to prevent that from happening. And it's just one of these other stories where the change in the international. The environment in which the US is becoming a transactional player that doesn't care about things like democracy and human rights under Donald Trump even more than than in the past. It's it's really a these people are being left sort of hanging in the wind because there's nobody really who's got the political will to intervene to try to say, look, you cannot just kill your own people for protesting. And so, unfortunately, there's a serious risk of that happening in Sudan, let's continue to the UK straight away. This one very interesting story you've spotted from the time Suns actually, the same person. He's being discussed on the front spatial facility on this. Well, we're talking about Joan beco-. Yes. Jean Burke house. The is the speaker of the house in the in parliament. And he, you know, he he's this really sort of interesting figure who his booming pronunciations of Saint odd odd throughout the Brexit debate has been a defining characteristic. So in the guardian or talking about how in Europe when they look at this guy. He's like, the only voice of order instability in an otherwise. Caddock process while in Britain. Theresa May is moving to deny him a period, which is one of the things that by convention is bestowed on somebody who who performs the service for the country, and they see him as now being biased. So because of that alleged by street Somme is going to try to deny him. What would normally go to somebody in his position? There will probably be a little bit of a fight over this. But it's yet another one of these norm breakdowns, right where there's this norm that you do give this thing to this. This reward somebody who serves the country in this way, and now because of Brexit another one is is biting the dust so to speak..

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"burke house" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"burke house" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Because we spend so much time. Looking at serious information statistical information following the serious side of news events over the course of the year that the offbeat news stories. Let us be a little silly. Let us give us an excuse to take a break from the serious stuff for five or ten minutes a day and actually track some of the stories that just make you laugh make you smile. Enjoy a few minutes of levity and another otherwise mostly serious workday. No kidding. Whereas that I'm thumbing through the book now, where do I find you should be able to find it? I think it's round page fish ski or so forty nine or fifty. Forty nine fifty and here, we are offbeat news twenty eighteen you know, your almanac. Well, special delivery a bird in the hand. I saw the sign. Yes. Just kind of reading through the headlines on days, they'll have to steal some of this for my show later on. I have a box of these world almanacs the world almanac and book of facts twenty nine thousand nine hundred and I've got to give away. So if you want a copy of it three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred two callers twelve thirteen fourteen. Let's hand out a few of the books that Sarah and her colleagues over there have put together if folks do on a search online look at a second screen. How do they do that? Sarah. You can find us on Facebook Instagram or Twitter at world almanac. You can also go to world almanac dot com where you'll find history of the world on and some ordering information and be able to stay on top of everything that we're doing their world almanac dot com pick up and I presume it's hit bookstores everywhere, right? Yep. You should be able to find it wherever books are sold. But also world almanac dot com does have links to a bunch of different retailers. If you can't easily find it in personnel, sir. We're giving them away. We've got him here and all the phone line's ringing. So I'll hang up on you, Sarah and talk to someone. But congratulations on another good effort, really fun book. Oh, thank you so much. I'm so glad you enjoy it. And I hope you're contest winners do too. Yeah. I'm sure they will that's Sarah Johnson. She's the editor at the world almanac. And book of facts twenty nineteen. That's the one you want for the new year. You're still thinking and talking about Ed Burke, six three oh said about the Chicago alderman who's been charged with extortion by the FBI. He thought he was above the law number one. And number two. This is not his first time. Well, he's been investigated before. But this one feels different to me, maybe it's old school to you seven eight says John for sure this is the teeny tiny tip of mister Burks iceberg of corruption. I just can't imagine what it's like in the Burke house because and Burke I have had such little contact with her. But she's again, another ten year member now of the Illinois supreme court the supreme court for the state and she's so involved in Special Olympics. She such a measure of pleasantness and civility when I've talked to her. I note political views are, and she can be very strong and outspoken about them. But she's careful about them too. Because she's a Justice and that matters. And then there's Hedberg who just those two things don't seem to go together. Never have in my mind. I can't imagine what it's like. And presumably, you know, that's your spouse of fifty years. So you say, well, we're going to beat this thing. And they what would you say to your spouse? If this was if he was on the front page of the paper today, and does the fact that you're a supreme court Justice changed that like, well, you know, actually, Honey, you're kind of screwed this. This may be the end of our sharing a kitchen for a while. I don't know. How that's I can't imagine. What that is. Like, you must be supportive. I'm sure, but you must appreciate the gravity of a to echoes without saying. We'll pause. It's one fifty two. This is WGN. Matt.

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