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"catherine greig" Discussed on The FRONTLINE Dispatch

The FRONTLINE Dispatch

06:32 min | 2 weeks ago

"catherine greig" Discussed on The FRONTLINE Dispatch

"There were done and they knew there were none. He was going to enhance the division and distrust in our society appealing to those people that would eventually become known as his base to say. Look your government lied. News bush ally do the republicans. Line you and obama's the father vices say no more we need a new president clinton clean at all. I'm glad you brought that up. Because he also used that issue that wedge issue as you call it to activate base in domestic issues as well even though somehow he was able to have the language of war on tara and is perceived enemies at home relate to protesters took to the streets after the murder of george floyd. Now that's connective. Tissue is hard to come by our great national wound. Race has opened up once again. Police killing of george foy spark a massive wave of protests. People demand justice. George boyd and call for an end to racial inequality people. We talked to said that the black lives matter. Protests was just the opportunity. Donald trump wanted to bring the language and the actions of the war on terror. Home he militarized police forces. He encouraged the national guard out there. He encouraged tough responses his language others called radical islamic terrorists. He made that into antifa. Same word. same intensity just about a war here. On the streets of america it was calculated. It was determined and it was forceful and in some important way. It was a fitting migration that we'd been following all the way through the film as we made it or of the things that we were. Learning and the distrusted was building. Now here it was now it was polarized. Now there were people many of them in military garb many of them former military who had now having watched all of the diminishment of america across the twenty years from whether it was weapons of mass destruction lies or Grave or just on and on and on he had people who could agree and be as one person told us us weaponized in this argument over black lives matter and and there you have it. The war had finally come home. That is so profound to think about the work coming home and as it relates to january sex from january six till now one of the things i wanted you to explore with me is biden's big decision to leave afghanistan. Have the symbolism of that in the legacy. We're leaving behind their will. Here's of president biden. who is vice-president. During obama's time really was given the war iraq and the war against it so he knew he was part of all torture long assure middle of the night conversations about what to do about both of these places in a way in political terms just purely in political terms now leaving land of. What is the moral thing to the right thing. Long-term thing to do just in pure political terms. He was giving cover as the newly elected president because trumpet had wanted to get out of afghanistan and was willing to do any kind of a deal including negotiating with the taliban even though we had a government we had propped up there and we were encouraging and a military were paying for by signing an agreement coming to an agreement with the taliban that promise that we would be out by may first trump. This sounds too casual. it's not as catalyst but it was political cover for biden in the sense that it gave him out he could say going with what america and previous american president is cited. Was the right thing to do. I think he had decided that is biden the people around him so they had decided we had to get out of there. This time to end america's longest war. It's time for american troops to come home. We were never going to win. We're just going to be continuing quagmire. They did understand that there was going to be real carnage that women girls and afghanistan revenue being under sharia law. It's a moment very quickly. That life in afghanistan we tried to prop up financially culturally and lots of other ways was about to change dramatically by pulling out an effect biden. Was saying we're no longer gonna even mow the lawn. We're just gonna get out of there. And when he did that he used as political cover. What trump had done before him. Obviously he didn't know what was going to happen as a result of it. And i gather they made the calculation that it could handle whatever. The bad news was that came from afghanistan. We'll see whether it has any effect politically on him. Now thank you so much. Make for your thoughts and your thumb. First and foremost you know to go back over these years than to help us understand. Not only what's happened to america here domestically but also internationally thanks for coming on the dispatch is really my pleasure and thank you for encouraging us to do this work in helping us tweet. Sort of assembles. It to make it a sharp as it can't be. You can watch michael kirk documentary. America after nine eleven presented by frontline at tbs dot org forward slash frontline and in the pbs video. At this podcast was produced by devon. Maverick robbins catherine greig. Word is our editorial coordinating producer. Phil bennett is frontline special. Projects editor and producer on this documentary. Franken is our senior producer. Andrew mets is managing editor in. I'm rini aaronson executive producer. Frontline the frontline. 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"catherine greig" Discussed on Unhinged and Bumbled up

Unhinged and Bumbled up

06:30 min | 6 months ago

"catherine greig" Discussed on Unhinged and Bumbled up

"We can get through the minefield that is dating. I'm definitely not qualified to be giving advice. Let's face it. I'm single shifted dating. But hopefully you'll find it funny interesting and maybe decide. Hello and welcome to our first podcast. I'm phil and today. I'm joined by liz who runs the blog might date free year this week. We will be talking about the importance of taking a break from dating. And why highlights and welcome to the show firstly. I want to say a massive. Thank you for being my first guest. Narrative is a real pleasure to be on. Thank you for having me my date for year. Tell me a little bit and by yourself and why is all about okay. Well i'm less. I'm thirty four. No kidding it sounds like a by say might take for you basically evolved. Because i was totally sick of dating. I'd been in a long term relationship. We break up last summer. I think this is probably a fairly familiar story. And in a bid to prove to yourself that there are in fact. Plenty more fish in the sea. I joined up dating apps and got swiping and then about seven months later i honestly felt like oh my god. I just cannot do this anymore. I re stop playing. Yeah this is this is not working. Something about what is going on here is not working for me a in finding anyone which to be fair at that point. I wasn't even sure. I wanted to do and be just the entire experience of it was getting a little bit tiresome so i thought about taking a break and actually i'd been watching. Tv so called. The cabins identified. Anyone see next terrible. Recommended auto is about dating. It is another one. I tv too. Yeah where they set people and put them in the middle of nowhere. And i think i was one episode and then like that's infamy traffic tally. There was a go. You mentioned that she had just taken the total break from dating for for a year and like how much it helped her. And i had this moment of like. Oh okay so that's interesting and i just thought about it some more and actually it just massively appealed. Because i'm kind of an oil. Nothing person like i say to myself on today in moderation but i know myself well enough by now. Today would just snap happen. Wouldn't thing so. I thought okay wh- i set myself like a challenge because i know i can stick to something if i set myself to charlie and i'm awfully stubborn as i make into a sing and have something to keep myself accountable to or probably be more likely to stick to it. I also was massively influenced by the book. The unexpected joy of being single. And if you've read it it's by catherine greig. Everybody who's single needs to read. This book is amazing. And she's kind of her point in the book. Is that in society. We view singleness as a problem to be fixed or like an unnatural state of being like the the default good position is being in a couple and in a couple fix it. And i yeah that that's pretty fair. I have been kind of taking that approach sedating even though i would say i'm really happy being by myself and i thought actually what if i just cold turkey it and do a wave going new. I'm fine by myself. I'm not looking for somebody. Take a total break and use it. I know people always say like focus on yourself and it's become one of those like cleats i think but it's exists. No you focus on you and yeah yeah thought thinking amongst is which for or just sounds like but today i thought what would happen if i just stopped chasing anything but kinda wanted to think about. What can i learn about myself if i take away. Everybody else's voice. Because i think that's a big thing for me about dating. Is i started to feel like the like when you're texting people particularly when you're texting more than one person. Is it filtering noisy for me. Like i was constantly being barraged by messages and it got very loud very repetitive. As well it seems like early. Hi how are you. Hi how are you. And then. I got a walks up to the weekend over. Walk you start on february the fourteenth with this year valentine's day our was because i'm guessing that was the first phone lines day since breaking you partner the like been single for the past seven years. Yeah yeah how was. It was a k. Actually i am. I live by myself and i have a support bubble. Here is my best friend. He's amazing and we're both single so actually. She came over on valentine's day and we had like a nice dinner and some and wine and just kind of hung out with each other indeed. Go stuff so it was fine. I didn't feel lonesome. But i would say that i had like an. Oh shit. what kind of kind of moment. Where i thought. Wow a year is a really long time on the first week actually was was a big task because it was a really about breaking habits and the amount of times i went to pick up my phone to tech somebody and like oh no no. I completely agree. The phone has fundamental part of everybody's life as soon as you wake up phone and before you go to sleep in his breaking the habit of. Oh i've got a message or oh and ping notifications even the anticipation of a message as well. I think i had got to the point where you know when even if you haven't gawping you're thinking about what you're going to get a ping on the that whole are they gonna miss me back. Are they not. Oh it's been two and a half hours since they lost replied or other for Finding this a bit much like all of that kind of mental energy. I just didn't have any animal. No i totally agree. I do the same. I've message someone and salim ahead is going to reply reply. Reply the going to lie and then reply ach busy now so as star compensation plumbing.

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"catherine greig" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"catherine greig" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Late Boston gangster James Whitey Bulger has completed her federal prison sentence and moved in with a twin sister. According to television reports Out of Boston, The federal agents removed Kathy Greg's electronic monitoring Brooke bracelet on Thursday. The 69 year old Gregg spent the last year of her sentence living under home confinement with bulges relatives in the suburb, the suburb of Hingham. Greg's attorney told the Boston Globe that he's happy that she is free right now. So Greg joined vulgar on the run back in 1995 on the lam, as we like to say in the trade shortly after he fled Boston to evade a federal racketeering indictment. The couple was captured in 2011 in California. And why did Bulger was killed in prison? Back in 2002 and 18 So Whitey Bulger's ex girlfriend completes the prison sentence. Katie Mulvaney in the Providence Journal says a Providence man who actually bragged that his hands be lethal after delivering a punch that left a party goer with permanent brain damage, was sentenced Wednesday of this week to serve 20 years behind bars. Superior Court Judge Daniel Broke a Johnny gave 23 year old Michael Acosta 20 years to serve for felony assault resulting in serious bodily harm the maximum under the law and five more years than the state had actually requested the cost A encountered Joseph Napa Lilo back in December of 2017 at a party. In work. The two were talking in the parking lot when two cost a sucker punched this guy in the face unprovoked to blow that rendered the individual unconsciously felony hit his head on the pavement so wild to cost of fled and hid from cops. Rapallo was rushed to the hospital for emergency brain surgery. He was placed in a medically induced coma in an effort to relieve swelling in his brain. And he had a Get that help with breathing apparatus to and a feeding tube. So the individual the victim nap a little window went countless surgeries, apparently as he remained unable to eat or move his mother. Quit her job after he was released to care for him. So this guy gets 20 years for that sucker punch that caused this permanent brain injury. Visitors to Newport cannot learn more about run islands. Roland Slave related history, according to Sam Read from NBC, Tim Smack dab in the center of Newport. A lot of people have a lot of stories about visiting bones, Worf, but one story in particular is now being shared. We want to tell these stories so that.

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"catherine greig" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"catherine greig" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And via the Bloomberg business at so it's nine in the morning now in Hong Kong that means the equity market will begin trading at the bottom of the hour will also have mainland Chinese markets up and running at that time as well if you're joining us from the region good morning I'm dead prisoner at the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York and I'm Julie at Szalay in Singapore also getting markets opening up here in Malaysia and Taiwan let's get all the latest with Bloomberg's Brian Curtis in Hong Kong Brian lackluster day in the markets today let's take a look at the markets just opening up in Singapore the straits times index flat and in Taiwan the tie X. has moved down about a tenth of one percent which is sub got their first trades on China futures and were flat to slightly higher there with the gain of about ten points in that contract up little under a tenth of one percent and the region so far in the cash markets the Nikkei up a tenth of a percent the SX two hundred dropping about four tenths of one percent little bit of strength here in the office or Chinese currency last few minutes now at seven oh nine nine four against the US dollar spent a lot of time in the seven change seven ten range this morning Dolly and want to wait seventy yield on the ten year one point seven two percent Doug to you all right the most heavily traded stock in the late U. S. session is Netflix up nearly ten percent company reported after the bell subscriber growth that was above estimates but that's the overseas number and help to make up for a far smaller game when it came to the domestic market here in the states now we spoke earlier with Keith rocket nothing of from Bloomberg intelligence and she told us that Netflix has the content to stay in the lead even as others like Disney an apple dive in to the streaming business the end of the day it's really going to be about value and guns consumers are going to look at Netflix as the core of the streaming bundle as a really compelling value proposition see the Netflix show a stranger things season three attracted sixty four million viewers in its first four weeks that makes it the most watched show of the season so far well president trump says the US and China are making more progress on trade and he says the two sides will sign a deal at the November meeting as planned trump also says China has already started buying from U. S. FAMAS me mom all positive signs are Beijing as well and this may indicate that even if Congress passes a bill getting tough on China is expanding role in Hong Kong it won't necessarily kill progress on trade told Bloomberg Selena **** says there are two new developments in particular that look promising CC TV is reporting that Beijing will protect the legal rights of Ford companies by not allowing direct or indirect force technology transfers to Chinese companies that word apparently coming from a city council meetings we also have premier league Chung saying at a meeting that China will lift restrictions on foreign banks in Beijing I'm Selena weighing Bloomberg daybreak Asia Chinese holdings of U. S. sovereign debt he is down again this time by a six point eight billion dollars that's US obviously in the month of August total debt to that China holds U. S. treasuries about one point one trillion we spoke with Bloomberg's Catherine Greig felt she said don't begin assuming that China is selling U. S. treasuries to get revenge as part of a trade war the fact that Chinese treasury holdings dropped a little bit could be them trying to support their currency so it it might not be so much that they're trying to scale back holdings as a signal to the U. S. but they might be trying to sell dollars to buy back the one and try to stem the currency's decline a little bit and when you consider foreign holders of US treasuries Japan remained the biggest with holdings increasing about forty four billion to one point one seven trillion dollars trillion well the warning today from the International Monetary Fund it says the risk of a shop son and financial tightening is growing the bank warning that stronger or the size is needed to ease the threat and it points to more financial risk taking is central banks eased and says that she creates a vulnerability that needs to be watched meantime General Motors in the U. A. W. have reached a tentative agreement on a new contract this obviously would clear the way for a vote it could happen as soon as tomorrow how long though ratification would take well that's a big question progress signals a possible end to the union's longest running at national walk out in nearly a half century sources telling us the agreement includes nine billion dollars in investments in U. S. plan ants signaling or rather signing bonuses exceeding eight thousand workers and that that would be a more than the workers got four years ago three percent pay raises in some years of the contract well at financial is out looking for a line Bloomberg's Rashan Salaam as has more is it seeking a syndicated loan of up to three and a half billion dollars in size is the latest in the push by Chinese tech giants to slash costs smartphone maker Xiaomi is in talks to refinance a billion dollars at its lowest rate that often Chinese social media giant ten cent clinched its biggest and cheapest dollar based facility in August sources say and new loan if completed would be used for general purchases in Hong Kong I'm a shot so I'm with limit day vacation where it's six minutes past here let's get you caught up on global news in the US we have the house of representatives overwhelmingly passing a resolution that refutes president trump for his withdrawing troops from Syria at Baxter covering it all from the.

"catherine greig" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

10:29 min | 2 years ago

"catherine greig" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Be to learn more Brian good is it me having to get out Bob so it's down in Sydney little bit of weakness that could translate into perhaps a mixed bag overall and I had to give up some of the gains possibly too that we saw in the session Wednesday may be the Australian futures of turned up a little bit the the cash market just opening is off about a tenth of one percent so we'll see how that gets resolved a little bit later this morning thanks in index futures are up about a third of one percent China futures are up a two tenths of one percent U. K. futures flat to slightly lower perhaps twenty two thousand five twenty five the last print on the Nikkei two two five futures being traded in Chicago and on Wall Street U. S. stocks actually fell for the day wasn't big though we had some very modest declines down about a tenth of one percent for the Dow and two tenths of a percent for the S. and P. five hundred well it wasn't really any big broad theme in the markets today except for earnings and the earnings obviously driving individual stocks bank of America jumped after its report said the deal fees surged Netflix rising in after hours trade will get you details on that and the dollar edged a little bit down after the retail sales report which was a little disappointing and that renewed some of the expectations for an October rate cut by the federal reserve so that could be a plus for markets a couple of points on China briefly China did pledge to fight to curb forced tech transfers in premier league because John also repeated at a meeting of the State Council that the government would lift restrictions on on foreign financial institutions so that was seen as a positive for US China WTI crude fifty to eighty nine down about nine tenths of one percent yield on the ten year one point seven three percent down about three basis points to you well Brian you mention Netflix though shares right now jumping about nine percent in late US trading that's right nine percent to the upside subscriber growth overseas beat estimates and that help to make up for a smaller than forecast gain in the U. S. market we spoke earlier with Keith rock and nothing of Bloomberg intelligence she told US Netflix has the content to stay in the lead even as others like Disney an apple dive in to the streaming business the end of the day it's really going to be about value and guns consumers are going to look at Netflix as the core of the streaming bundle as a really compelling value proposition so this Netflix shows stranger things season three maybe you've seen it you're one of sixty four million viewers that have been attracted in the first four weeks that it makes it the most watched show so far this season or shot yep let's move to the big issue dominating lot kids this year and that is trade president from saying the United States and China making progress on the issue saying the two sides will sign a deal at the November meeting as planned troubles as China's already started buying from U. S. farmers meantime we got some a positive signs in Beijing to and this may indicate that even if Congress passes a bill getting tough on China is expanding role in Hong Kong it wouldn't necessarily kill progress on these trade talks Bloomberg Selena **** says there are two new developments in particular that look promising TV is reporting that Beijing will protect the legal rights of Ford companies by not allowing direct or indirect force technology transfers to Chinese companies that word apparently coming from a city council meetings we also have premier league Chung saying at a meeting that China will lift restrictions on foreign banks in Beijing I'm Selena weighing Bloomberg daybreak Asia alright I want to talk about the Chinese holdings of the U. S. sovereign debt that's down again this time by six point eight billion dollars in the month of August total a sovereign debt held by China this is U. S. sovereign about one point one trillion we spoke earlier with Bloomberg's Catherine Greig fell she said don't begin assuming that China is selling U. S. treasuries to get revenge on the US China trade war the fact that Chinese treasury holdings dropped a little bit could be them trying to support their currency so it it might not be so much that they're trying to scale back holding this is a signal to the U. S. but they might be trying to sell dollars to buy back the one and try to stem the currency's decline a little bit so speaking of foreign holders of U. S. sovereign debt your pan remain the largest owner total increased holdings of about forty four billion they now total one point one seven trillion U. S. were shot yep we got another warning today from the International Monetary Fund the IMF saying that the risk of a sudden shop financial tightening cycle is growing by warning that stronger oversight is needed to ease the threat it said pointing to more financial risk taking a central banks ease and says that all of this great vulnerability that needs to be watched six minutes past the hour let's get you caught up on global news we have the U. S. house overwhelmingly passing a resolution rebuking president trump for his withdrawing troops from Syria Baxter covering it all from the bluebird nine sixty museum in San Francisco at the yeah Doug and us so what is overwhelming three hundred fifty four to sixty as a man of all like that don't imagine for a while on a controversial issue a tumultuous day started with that vote going against the president overwhelmingly this is Republicans close allies break ranks in the Senate even Majority Leader Mitch McConnell I'm sorry that world that we are where we are hope the viceroy the secretary state can somehow repair the damage and senator Lindsey Graham for about twenty seven hundred troops were able to take the caliphate down working with Kurds and Arabs about sixty thousand those people deserve our support so the president then turned on his friends specifically Graham Lindsey Graham would like to stay in the Middle East for the next thousand years with thousands of soldiers and finding other people's wars I want to get out of the Middle East I think Lynch's you focus right now and judiciary with that democratic leaders Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi went to the White House and say they had to leave the meeting with the president it was insulting the ticket leader the speaker she kept her cool completely but he called her a third rate politician the card the president was a meltdown sad to say meanwhile the Turks continue their push into Syria the president also said that he welcomes Russia in Syria saying the Kurds are not angels Hong Kong US senator say they're going to move quickly on the house passed legislation supporting pro democracy protesters they call it a high priority and after shouting down Carrie lam forcing her to address ledge go via video feed yesterday protesters today are calling on her to finally resigned Hong Kong please that down and she goes for questions today alright let's go ten thirty Hong Kong time so we'll see there been threats disruptor there too we'll see what happens also say the protesters do that Salem's with hammers attack protest organizer Jimmy sham one of the faces of the protest movement civilian human rights front says his head was bloodied but he was conscious as he was taken for help in San Francisco I'm at Baxter this is Bloomberg right up thank you Sir all right our guest for the half hour is March fifth for he is the chief investment officer at C. L. S. investments joining me here in the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York pleasure to have you on the program let's begin with US China trade war how maddening is it for a person that has to put money to work in markets to a truck tried to achieve some type of decent return believe it or not it probably is easier because we focus on the long term I think it's much more maddening for day traders are people that are really looking for these real small moves into day because we focus on the long term we tell people to look take a longer term view in terms of look at the fundamentals of the of the marketing valuations and right now on the market the US market looks like it's expensive there are places that we think there are better opportunities particularly overseas so we do like the international markets right more right now that we do the domestic markets and in terms of the noise as best you can just try to just look at it as noise because we don't know exactly how this is going to get resolved if it'll get resolved and we just try not to take off we take a much longer term view on it well give got those more attractive valuations abroad rather than that in the U. S. for their high for reason surely in and that is it the global slowdown is affecting everywhere X. U. S. in other words in why not keep the money in the U. S. it acts like a haven of the moment well we are global so it's not like we're avoiding the U. S. we actually have a decent chunk in the US but we look at it there are still more compelling valuations vertically in emerging markets when you look at Europe we know that the economic data has been really really poor so that would be a place that maybe we would have less focus on but in the emerging markets I I think look a lot more attractive for evaluation standpoint so are there themes here or is it so company specific you have to talk about a particular company you can't really kind of blow it open and talk about general trends well we definitely we are very big on things and our our biggest thing right now domestically has been on even at all all of a globally has been on value we do like value not necessarily all parts of value but like if you look at financials health care staples and utilities we think those are places that have been representing some value right now so we have been much more of a value investor which has not been a great place to be over the last ten years but if you look at how it's done actually in the last month and a half and even in two thousand and nineteen particularly when you look at the financial sector value hasn't been so bad finances are up of about twenty percent year to date the earnings of come out from financial companies JP Morgan bank America this morning have been pretty good Goldman Sachs their numbers weren't great but if you look at how the stock performed it it gave it back in the morning and then rebounded by the end of the day so we think financials are are not a bad place to hang out right now that gives us a nice point to jump off from in terms of talking about the fed in the interest rate scenario today with the retail sales number that we got the markets now eager that we're going to get you know eager to begin discounting a quarter point cut at the meeting at the end of this month where do lower rates kind of enter your thinking I mean is that going to be support of war as it may be that the fact that rates coming down not necessarily a good indicator of where we're headed we can talk more about that with mark Pfeffer.

"catherine greig" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:11 min | 2 years ago

"catherine greig" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The hour it was the first day of the final quarter and that became risk off after some a week eco data we've got a stronger yen not surprisingly one oh seven seventy four and some weakness in Nikkei futures the Chicago contract twenty one thousand seven ten so we're roughly a hundred and seventy points below where we were at the cash market yesterday in Tokyo will have more as we continue on daybreak Asia time now for the morning call Catherine Greig filled is here she is a reporter for Bloomberg macro squawk so it it begins with that I assume number doesn't it absolutely it was all about the data today stocks fell after I send manufacturing hit a ten year low the S. and P. close one point two percent lower and the Dow fell one point three percent treasuries rallied after the report with ten year yields falling to one point six three percent in currencies the dollar fell from a two year high dollar yen drops three tenths of a percent to one oh seven spot seven four coming up Japan will give an update on consumer confidence and Hong Kong reports retail sales from the macro squawk desk I'm Katie price all right thank you so much Katie we have the market in Hong Kong back online later today after a holiday yesterday mainland Chinese markets will remain closed for holidays and markets in India also closed as well nineteen past the hour let's get an update on global news mark mills is in the Bloomberg news remark don't think US China celebrated the seventieth anniversary of communist rule protesters and police battled across Hong Kong and some of the most serious clashes since widespread unrest began in June with a demonstrator shot by police for the first time Republican lawmakers are harshly criticizing the Chinese Communist Party drawing a sharp contrast with president trump congratulatory message to president she's in pain Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said the occasion should serve as a reminder of the many millions of lives lost under Chinese communist rule North Korea and the United States have agreed to resume. clear negotiations this weekend following a months long stalemate over the withdrawal of sanctions in exchange for disarmament secretary of state Mike Pompeii and the chairman of three house committees traded barbs today as the lawmakers pressed for several state department employees to testify in the impeachment enquiring E. global news twenty four hours a day on Erin a tech talk on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm mark mills this is Bloomberg rescue thank you very much in the way back with our guests for this half hour Margie Patel managing directed wells capital management much you talking about to the dangers of by the United States going to recession which is just as good something that if the economy will be avoiding that but it doesn't look as the the bets are off now for the global economy. no I think again that we have seen the easing of monetary authorities around the world so I think that too will have a little bit of that benefit in about six months from now but no doubt about it many emerging market countries are in a recession going to enter a recession and I think U. S. growth will be slow you can't really change that probably one and a half two percent something like that reflecting the slowdown in the non consumer sectors of the economy. just a quick news slash here from Japan's Coast Guard that North Korea appears to have launched a missile we'll follow this story and update you as soon as we get more information Margie it it might be a coincidence but it is there much in it that yesterday was the first day of a week long day of holiday for China and you didn't have any of those buyers in the markets. it's hard to really say how much of an impact that is I think the market you can see the market wants to go down a little bit I think at the margin there's no new good news to drive the market higher while waiting for earnings there's all this uncertainty over trade so I think the market just flops around with the downward slide for the next probably the rest of the month actually yeah I mean it's sort of tempting to say as we did a few moments ago that it was all about the data today but might just be the trigger for some underlying tensions tensions of which you know we haven't seen really expressed very vividly in the market we were always asking the question is this complacency or is it the you know the resilience of the market tensions like the US China trade war Hong Kong Briggs it in such. well that's true and you who knows we may have seen the peak of the Chinese power prestige economic growth of the seventies bursary and it was it may be something we look back on and say well they looked you know like answer passable and look what's happened in the intervening years but I think when you look at returning to U. S. it looks as if we should be able to slog along have positive growth even if we do have short term negatives from autos aircraft capital goods which is what we're saying. yeah much emerges will give you we we look at what's going on and you have to do this as well of course is a portfolio manager and that of course lends itself to me asking you how do you position yourself I mean you can follow the crowd and the thing is that always Babs that leads to safety but what are you looking at Terry speaking which is away from the rest of the the hood as it were. well basically looking for US centric company which have most of their sales in the U. S. and also for growth companies that look as if they have sustainable growth out there a lot of companies that have appeared to be gross companies very very hot keys but maybe that growth will be sustainable so that's really what we're trying to look at this company second floor along stored greaser earnings cash flow every year and and keep in mind if we don't have a recession there's no reason why yearning should shouldn't advance and every single recession we've had has been precipitated by fed tightening they seem to have gotten the message from the market they're going to be the market's friend rather than the markets at the Seri so that's why I think will continue to have the market do better and specially when you look at the alternative treasury rates compares the standard poor's dividend itself you know it's as if the returns like the modest from stocks but still better than what we give to risk free and I think no recession in sight. yeah I I was I think a lot of investors probably worry about whether or not there's too much water under the bridge on a couple of issues one is Hong Kong for instance even if they make some concessions here I mean the cat's out of the bag in one sense and with the US China trade war a lot of companies in moving out of China move out of their optimal optimum positioning with with getting things done there into other markets and so you wonder whether or not you kind of can turn the clock back once any kind of deal is done. well yes because once companies decide is in their interest to be more flexible when they're sourcing they won't go back they won't change and we may see some slow growth while companies decide where they want without holding one.

"catherine greig" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"catherine greig" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The euro, one point one one three four against the dollar, and the yen when nine point seven to Nathan, Karen treasury yields are studying after rates on tenure notes fell as low as two point. Two one percent in the spread between three month and ten year yields hit its most inverted level since two thousand seven Catherine Greig, feld covers fixed income for Bloomberg. There's a lot of conflicting signals in the bond market. The yield curve is inverting whereas traders are pricing in Federal Reserve rate cuts and typically, you would expect the two to go opposite directions. So the two don't really stack up, but there's a lot of drivers and markets right now. And I think we're seeing traders to try to digest those different factors with money market funds yielding around two point two percent cash is growing more attractive for some Bloomberg fixed income, reporter, Wes Goodman. I think you'd have to be pretty brave to call an end to the bond rally just based on, you know, the sort of handful of metrics were seeing, but by many measures sponsor getting very expensive. So they may start to lose some appeal man as yields rebound this morning. The rate on ten year notes is at two point two six percent as the inversion between three month and ten year yields deepens, Morgan Stanley, CEO, James Gorman says it's a delicate time for financial markets. He spoke exclusively to Bloomberg in Beijing bids concerning the ten years in Germany, did I mean it shows just how anxious the markets are. And there's more news to be anxious about than there has to be positive about Yeltsin Germany fell just shy of a record low from two thousand sixteen as U S China trade tensions spark concern about the global economy. Still Gorman sees the slide in yields and stocks as just a short term issue, saying, there's a good chance, Washington and Beijing resume negotiations. I think this is going to devolve into, you know, as a betting man into a full trade. No, I don't because there's too much self interest in keeping this thing on the rails, Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman, says market sentiment is fragile right now. But that could change if talks get back on track. You can see some of that fragile sentiment in Asia with stocks mostly lower in today's session. Bloomberg's Juliet Sally joins us from Singapore with details. Good morning, Juliet. Good morning. Nathan, and Karen, South Korea's Cosby was an outperformer rallying on bargain-hunting off to concern of the trade wool. So the index rice all of two thousand nine hundred gains during Wednesday's session. The one also rose posting afford tenth of one percent gain against the grain back elsewhere Stokes in China, Japan, Hong Kong, and a straightaway Loa while Indian and Taiwanese, equities showed some strength. The Shanghai composite halted a four day advance closing Loa by third of one percent in Singapore. I'm Juliet Solly. Bloomberg daybreak Juliette. Thank you. Meantime, on the trade front. Bloomberg news has learned China's putting purchases of US soybeans on hold state grain buyers. I have not received orders to continue a so-called, goodwill buying and don't expect that to happen, given the lack of green in trade talks back here in the US, one wanna communist under consideration for a seat at the Federal Reserve is questioning the value of the central banks dual mandate, Judy Shelton tells Bloomberg, she isn't convinced the goals of maximum appointment, stable prices and moderate interest rates are relevant for the fed. I think the fed is going through a period of introspection its own inflation targeting approach is not achieving results at thought the models aren't working the way that, that central bankers would have been -ticipant. It'd they're targeting inflation missing. The target even defining stable prices in a way, that I'm not sure everyone would agree Shelton and a wide ranging interview with Bloomberg revealed an interest in challenging some fundamental notions of mainstream monetary policy. I think the fed should be open. And I think is increasingly open to new ways of a working new mechanisms, and maybe even taking a look at its own record and deciding. And how it could do better. Judy Shelton has not been nominated to the fed, but is one of a handful of names. The White House is weighing for two vacancies at the central Bank, turning into corporate news. Now officials at the Justice department are asking T mobile and sprint create a new competitor to gain approval for their tie-up. Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett has that story. Clearing their twenty six point five billion dollar merger. People say the two companies have been pondering additional concessions, that could help win Justice department approval for their deal. But the idea of spinning off a full-fledged national competitor would be a high bar for T mobile and sprint to meet Charlie Pellett, Bloomberg daybreak Charlie. Thanks Elon Musk is pushing tesla employees to catch up with demand for its cars, musk has sent a second Email in as many weeks to employees urging them to speed up deliveries shares of Tessler down about one percent in early trading. And here's of actual Springer are up twenty percent and Frankfurt. That's afterward that KKR and axel Springer's founding family are in talks about a strategic investment, and the German publisher as part of the negotiations. K K R may launch an offer to buy out minority shareholders, and Axel Springer s and p futures higher this morning of eleven points. Dow futures up eighty one NASDAQ futures up thirty one ten year treasury down to thirty seconds yield two point two six percent and the euro at one point. One one three four against the dollar straight ahead. We have the latest world and national news. And this is Bloomberg. Cared. Thank you. It is five oh, seven on Wall Street. And Michael Barr has more on what's going.

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"catherine greig" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

10:10 min | 2 years ago

"catherine greig" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Jonathan Ferrell Kevin up on the program. Another government shutdown on the horizon talks have a funding for border security breaking down a March deadline fast approaching US officials lighthizer Mnuchin heading to Beijing to talk, right and Chinese markets. Reopening following a one week holiday. Chinese equities rallying live from. The Bloomberg interactive brokers studios here in New York City this Monday morning. Good morning to you features are positive by a quarter of one percent after we squeezed out these smolder stiff gains, the S and P five hundred last week, and he FX market lookout king dollar the dollar index rallying for an eighth straight day, the longest daily winning streak going back almost two years for the dollar in the FX market this morning, the dollar stronger. Once again, the euro self that by about a tenth of one percent. The Japanese yen showing some weakness to this. I'm so glad you mentioned this. I miss this dollar strong. Ninety six point seven. It is a big deal. And amid all of that we have this yield story going lower lower lower ten year. Treasury owes just a little bit higher on the session. But lower of the last couple of weeks rapper basis points to two point six four percent on a ten year a two year notes home you'll yield two point four six seven percent. I think the story of the week not so much the dollar, but just this slow grind lower in core government bond yields and not just treasuries Tom burns as well. Yeah. I mean, I mean, the boons is what you and I have been watching says Davos point one zero seven point zero nine point one zero. I get it. But the disinflation is out there's tangible. Why don't you bring a doctor man who's who's really fabulous on this continental disinflation joining us from London, formerly the chief economist of the CD and currently these CitiGroup global chief economist good, monitor Catherine we are pricing out global growth, and we are seemingly pricing down inflation expectations as well. Your thoughts on that. Well, I mean, you know, if growth comes in dramatically slower than than you would expect inflation to to come in slower as well. But I do think that we we have to remember that the domestic economies in the form of tight labor markets. This is true for the United States in spades. It's also true in Europe, many of those academies have tight labor markets. They do have resilient consumption, and we are seeing wages rise both in the US and in. In Europe, and Japan. And so, you know, what you have there if you have nominal wages rising, and you have prices not coming through with any top line inflation, then you get real wage increases. And that's actually pretty good for the workers. So from a markets perspective, Catherine I'm always trying to work out whether element of surprise might come from the boat to stack to the one side so to speak. Do you think some people have gravitated too much to the one side of the boat calling for lower growth pricing at inflation in an economy here in America where things still look pretty good? Well, I think the issue is that we've got as I say this domestic resilience comes from very strong labor markets, but we have there's undeniable trade trade headwinds, and the real question is can those trade headwinds be be dampened be resolved before there's permanent damage to investor psyche. And and following through that to to consumers as well. I mean, I think there's there's still time there is still time to get resolution at two. Revive trader and to to support global growth. But, but you know, the time is running out for that. What you're saying Richard Cleridas, saying John Farrow had mentioned Steve Stanley Amherst Pierpont among others is there's a two part GDP calculation one is a domestic resiliency, many, others, all this international noise. What's our history of escaping? The international noise to Clarita would say a solid outcome. Well, the US has more is is a is a larger economy, it's more closed economy. And so it is. Less buffeted by the external environment, but as compared to for example, European economies or or Japan, but you know, it it's it's not a good idea to be complacent and to say that there's no feedback loop from slowing global economy back to the US. That's that's a complacency to say with that the US is a closed economy, and and can whether the whether the trade storms it can't. Because a lot of US companies are outwardly there. They're out outwardly engaged. They get a lot of profits and sales from the foreign marketplace. And so if the global economy is not doing well, those companies in the US will not do. Well, those are the companies that are part of the S and P and part of the you know, the. The Dow and so you'll have financial markets reacting to a slowdown in global markets. Even if part of the US is still very strong. So you get a financial market situation where that turbulence on Wall Street reflecting global slowdown in a trade war that feeds into the domestic economy. You can't you can't completely escape that in a closed economy like the USO, Catherine to your point the mechanism for the feedback. Loop is financial markets. How important is the FX channel with the tallest showing some renewed strength of the last week or so well, so the when we think about the challenges of of the dollar strength. The issue there becomes how are emerging markets in particular, but but markets in general going to be able to handle debt surface debt-service of dollar denominated debt. Because of course, he gets more expensive to service that dollar denominated debt. And if they're servicing the debt, then then they're not going to be able to be supporting. Their own growth. And so that is further headwind for a number of the economies around the world. Dr man, if we could move over to the domestic economy and something, you know, we mentioned this on television. Roy is warning which is scale every time a corporate officer brings up the free scale. I think of Catherine, ma'am, folks. And you're you don't mince any words, Dr man, you say it's not the more the monopoly are we heading towards monopolistic tendencies. I think it's a little premature to say that we're headed towards monopoly tendencies. But, but I do think that there's been a lot of mergers and acquisitions in the over the last ten years when when funding was cheap and stock market was high, and you know, that it, and it's not just an Amazon effect. It's also think about it. And in the intermediate space, whether it be chemicals, whether it be, you know. Agricultural space, but also in some top line spaces, for example, you know, hotels kids have been used you correctly state. This is about scale. Yeah. Joys ends up being a lower labor a lower labor component. Well, so yeah. Because what happens is they say the research we used to worry about scale, and we used to worry about monopolies because we thought well you'd become Annapolis. And then you raise your prices, but these days the research is much more clear that that rather than raise prices. The the consequence of of of scale consequence of of maybe not scale, but the consequences of of less competition is is the burden is on workers because they can't change jobs to get to get higher wages, so wage compression is the consequence of of less competition, Catherine Greig to catch up with you. Joining us from London today, formerly chief economist of the CD and now the city group global chief economist, Tom. Kane. How many times have we use the phrase this morning? The clock is ticking. The clock is ticking cookies and the clock is ticking dance with mosh first deadline trade, but I'm just wondering how firm deadline that is for those just catching up the zeitgeist shifted yesterday afternoon. I'm going to say four PM, maybe it was fine pm. Late yesterday afternoon with a combination of the dawning awareness that the shutdown thing is a lot more real John than the last time you and I saw a different clock. Right. It's a different clock. And then you've got the Bronx o'clock with what a set of six headlines out ten minutes ago. We're looked at the jumble of headlines, and basically no one's moved one iota of an inch over the last ten days. And again that gets to that Clark is ticking thing, then you got the NAFTA thing, which I don't fully understand. I mean, I don't I still don't even say the new phrase. I am CA. I mean, even that. I am a fan of trying to keep up with the zeitgeist. And what I'd say for a morning listeners across America zeitgeist shifted yesterday afternoon. I'm not convinced. There is a hard deadline for the trade discussions between the United States and China. I haven't noticed that. There is one I told watch March I and the clock is ticking down towards the March. I talked to a China expert eighty minutes ago. She said why is China incentivized to change? Hundreds of years of just patients waiting. There are reports in Axial. So the Chinese president is arranging a meeting perhaps in Florida next month with president Donald. But maybe not maybe yes, maybe, you know. The difficulty whatever they agree is the enforcement mechanism that that Mr. lighthizer with like ambassador light is when I don't know how strong that enforcement mechanism obey accepting the Chinese will be of it. My experiences that takes quarters years to implement. I mean, it doesn't happen and the Cup of coffee that certain of our leaders are. But there it is. I mean, my major thing this weekend was MRs keen turned to me and said is all they do is watch soccer all weekend. You enjoyed it. Don't like I enjoy fits and starts Mench. Manchester city. Chelsea was real gang beverage of my choice. The bartender at a John writing tattoo of Preston. Before the program began delivered a wonderful story about that. Now.

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"catherine greig" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"catherine greig" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"'cause are they go they hit birthing, Catherine Greig's. I was pretty good in the be delivering babies next time. I'll meet you. If I have a meet you till this. If you want to communicate with us, you can tweet me at rusty rockets, hashtag under the skin or you can follow me on Instagram at true Russell brand. And tag me with your Instagram stories to tell me what you feel this week's episode. But now it's time for Catherine graves under the skin trying to achieve a quality with the. Election of Calgary north accessible. That's exactly right in this era. Where turns out we were never the boss. Spin Neath the surface of people. We have Meyer of the ideas that the finance on retold. Welcome to Russell brand. And did this game. Catherine graves thank you for joining me on under the skin. Would you explain to me, and hopefully the people listening? What hypno- birthing is such a simple question in? It's the hardest one to answer. People think of it as being a few techniques to have a more, comfortable labor. They're very suspicious of the word hypno-, which we RAV wish we didn't have tach to us. But we do it's known as that now. So he can't be helped. But it is a method whereby not only women have a more comfortable birth very frequently sometimes pain-free that will cost you can't guarantee that but however birth pans out. If a woman feels calm she will be producing different hormones and her experience will be one. But it was an empowering wonderful experience..

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