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"china republic" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

06:53 min | 4 months ago

"china republic" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Let's continue today's program with a look at the newspapers joining me as terrorist asked a political journalists north. Welcome back terry good morning. Good morning Right let us begin. With the the fact that the leaders stopped short at imposing controls or delays on the export of vaccines from the e u to elsewhere such as the united kingdom nonetheless was quite a ferocious row had yesterday at the meeting. yes this is this is interesting obviously you normally In the uk presser. You've kind of seen this. I suppose through the prison. All the relationship between the uk and the eu. And whether the you was trying to block exports Of vaccine supplies going out of the but interestingly according to the financial times morning and what they call a marathon videoconference conference sometimes ill-tempered discussions Among the eu leaders It seems to have been almost as much There was obviously a division about whether there should be exporting like these but actually the distribution of vaccines lies within the ease seems to have been A big sticking point as well an tease reporting here that discussions breakdown off the demonstrable austria's challenge listed boston cooks additional vaccine supplies the where rejected by leaders. Including i'm gonna mackel And it suggested that he was all keeping the australia. China republic and croatia should have had the largest level of supplies whereas others such as prime minister roosa- Said well you know. Look australia's vaccine rollout. Nothing bad shape and they had to give priority instead. She bulgaria croatia and latvia which has got in a much lower vaccination rates. It's interesting because we've seen this loss as much about you know is this. Eu us on eu countries. But there's also a huge difference of opinion within the eu itself. It's exposed big problems with the use system that perhaps we we hope there but clearly they are one thing that angela merkel said a few days ago was it. This is the opportunity for the european union to actually start to produce more vaccines itself. It has to learn to be more self. Reliant is there a sense that europe is going to actually be reluctant to fall back on itself as soon as it can. Well i mean. I think you know this is going to be kind of a bit of a theme. Look at the winning. I it one of the things that this story shows you how complex these supply chains are and how internationally linked i mean yes. You see we've seen the you know. Vaccines can be a sort of developed in one country. Parts of the production line or in another country of the weather stored might be in a third country. Obviously the eu is looking at talking to india. Those reports india might now hold back Some of its own supplies You the leading yesterday in brussels heard from Joe biden online oversee. He wants you know. Vaccine supplies for the united states and this is such a complex international Process the whole not only the development of the vaccine but the distribution of it. He's one of the things you know on the one hand. Every country wants to Fuller its own sort of national interest if you let but actually when you look at it what you need to do is have as much international cooperation as you can. I mean it's it's easier to say when you're sitting there in a meeting representing Just one country. Let's move on to another issue involving complex. International problems caused by one simple problem. An enormous ship stuck across the suez canal. The ever given could be there for weeks. We are being told because it is so difficult to move. The papers in the meantime are having a field day in terms of logistics excellent pictures and speculation about the huge effect on global trade. Yes i mean this is you know. It's one of these stories. As journalists you may not know cover the shipping news. But then you suddenly just people suddenly discover that. Actually there are many people who actually do you completely understand how this works and it's fascinating too to some they discover it. I mean as you say the times is reporting that this giant ship could take weeks to remove say salvage experts say. An emergency response team has a dutch company has arrived yesterday. saying that that might involve dredging the canal removing individual containers from the ship Which the suez canal authority had previously said that it did not want to do it again. As the sheer scale of this problem so in nineteen thousand ships went through the canal. Lost year carrying more than one billion tons of cargo and every day that the blockage continues according to various. But this time is up An estimated six point five billion pounds worth of goods and say this has a knock on effect of course not only things no surviving where they should be but on crisis zeenat can affect the prices fuel food. 'cause consumer products you know stuck and then other ships having to go the long way round all the way around the horn of africa in order to to try and get to where they're supposed to be And the guardian is also looking at again saying that you know tacking 'cause carrying liquefied gas with diverted They you know they have to go the other way around and the canal. It's just the figures fascinating they would have to remove between fifteen thousand to twenty thousand cubic meters of sand to a depth of twelve to sixteen meters quite a big hole in the in the side of your canal. I find it stunning. The fact that something as simple as a gust of wind could which effectively blocked the ever given and pushed it on ashore and could cause such an enormous amount of chaos chaos. That no human agent could actually have possibly foreseen. Well yeah that. That's the thing he if somebody hits had done this deliberately it would sound like going to the world kind of unlikely in preposterous thrill applaud. We'll we'll get a ship stuck in the canal and then we will stop billions of billions of pounds of the world's the world trade. I mean it's not something that you can. you know. Maybe somebody could have imagined a persian. You know we should give people is something as say relatively simple A power cut in the ship getting blown into a bank Can cause huge issues. I mean people. You know the guardian points out here that there are other issues you know. The pandemic is caused problems with well. Supply chain so virus related restrictions attract crews on merchant ships containerships of not being able to dock elsewhere in the world and this become shortages of all sorts of things semiconductors recalls and such. Like say you as we say everything. Everything is connected in ways the unless you work at a regular basis. You don't always realize terry's destiny. Thank you as ever for joining us on. Twenty four year with the.

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"china republic" Discussed on Coronavirus 411

Coronavirus 411

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"china republic" Discussed on Coronavirus 411

"This is corona virus for one one. The latest Corona Virus Info for Friday march. Six th twenty twenty. The global total of cases has passed one hundred thousand according to Johns Hopkins University. The current number of cases is one hundred thousand. Two hundred seventy eight. Congress approved eight point three billion dollars in emergency spending to fight Cova Nineteen reports the New York Times as Colorado Maryland and Nevada. Are the latest dates to confirm cases of the virus in the US release ABC News? Maryland joins California and Washington State and declaring a state of emergency released. The Washington Post New York is monitoring two thousand seven hundred seventy three people who have self quarantined reports the New York Times passengers aboard a cruise ship outside of California away test results as forty five people showed symptoms of the virus. There are about twenty five hundred people on board according to CNN. Vatican City has confirmed. Its first case of covert nineteen while the population is only one thousand. It welcomes millions of visitors each year. Nbc News Notes. The pope has tested negative for the virus. Iran has closed sixty thousand mosques. According to The Washington Post in a Thursday press conference the World Health Organization stated quote. This is not a drill. This is not the time to give up. This is not a time for excuses this time for pulling out all the stops countries have been planning for scenarios like this for decades. Now is the time to act on those plans and quote the locations of US and country diagnoses. In a moment. There have been two hundred thirty. Three confirmed cases of Cova. Nineteen in twenty states cases in Nebraska are only among repatriated citizens known. Active locations are as follows Washington. Seventy Five California Sixty New York twenty two Texas Fourteen Nebraska Thirteen Illinois. Five Florida four Maryland. Three Arizona Georgia Massachusetts New Hampshire New Jersey Oregon and Rhode Island to Colorado North Carolina. Tennessee Utah and Wisconsin one global cases outside of China Republic of Korea. Six thousand five hundred ninety three Iran..

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"china republic" Discussed on Coronavirus 411

Coronavirus 411

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"china republic" Discussed on Coronavirus 411

"This is corona virus for one one the latest Gerona Virus Info for Thursday March Fifth Twenty Twenty Texas and New Jersey report their first non repatriated cases of Gerona virus bringing the total in the US to one hundred sixty one report CNN. There have been eleven deaths in the US attributed to the virus ten in Washington State and one in California. The New York Times related that California has declared a state of emergency. They have reported fifty four cases. A cruise ship is being held off the coast of California with eleven passengers and ten crew members showing symptoms of the virus. There are about twenty five hundred people on board notes. Cnn schools continue to close throughout the world reports. The Washington Post including school district north of Seattle Washington primary schools in India and all schools in Iran. The Post also notes that mass in some northern regions of Italy will be canceled for a week. Reuters calls the step unprecedented noting that even during the plague masses were not cancelled. The United Kingdom saw its largest one day increase cases jumping up sixty percent to ninety. According to the Guardian Germany also saw its largest one day increase adding one hundred nine cases for a total of three hundred forty nine report C. N. N. Global Case Count. Ninety five thousand seven hundred forty eight with three thousand two hundred eighty six fatalities the locations of us and country diagnoses in a moment. There have been one hundred sixty one confirmed cases of covert nineteen in seventeen states cases in Nebraska are only among repatriated citizens known. Active locations are as follows California fifty four Washington forty four Nebraska. Thirteen Texas twelve New York. Eleven illiinois four Florida three Arizona. Georgia Massachusetts New Hampshire Oregon Rhode Island to New Jersey North Carolina Utah Wisconsin one global cases outside of China Republic of Korea. Six thousand eighty eight Italy three thousand eighty nine Iran two thousand nine hundred twenty two Germany. Three hundred forty nine Japan three hundred thirty one France. Two hundred eighty five. Spain two hundred twenty two Singapore one hundred ten Switzerland and the United Kingdom Ninety Kuwait and Norway. Fifty six Australia and Bahrain fifty to Malaysia fifty Thailand forty seven Netherlands. Thirty eight Iraq in Sweden thirty five Canada thirty four India Thirty Austria Twenty Nine United Arab Emirates Twenty eight Iceland Twenty Six Belgium twenty three San Marino and Vietnam. Sixteen Israel and Oman Fifteen Lebanon Thirteen Algeria twelve Croatia Denmark and Ecuador Ten Greece Nine Chuck Republican Cutter Eight Finland Seven Belarus Ireland and Romania six Mexico Pakistan and Portugal. Five Brazil and Senegal Four Azerbaijan Georgia New Zealand Philippines Russian Federation and Saint Bart's three Egypt Estonia Hungary Indonesia and Saudi Arabia to Afghanistan Andorra. Armenia Argentina Cambodia Chile Dominican Republic Faroe Islands Jordan Latvia Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Monaco Morocco Nepal Nigeria North Macedonia Poland Sri Lanka Tunisia and Ukraine one..

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"china republic" Discussed on Coronavirus 411

Coronavirus 411

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"china republic" Discussed on Coronavirus 411

"Corona virus for one one. The latest Corona Virus Info were Wednesday march fourth. Twenty twenty. There are one hundred. Twenty eight confirmed cases of Kobe. Nineteen in the US with nine deaths. Relase Johns Hopkins All. Us fatalities occurred in Washington state. North Carolina Confirms Their First Case Covert Nineteen th the patient had traveled to Washington state according to CNBC the CDC removing restrictions on testing and will release updated guidelines to expedite testing for those who fear they have the virus notes. The New York Times the World Health Organization announced the death rate of Ovid. Nineteen is three point four percent. The seasonal flu is less than one percent. Iran is temporarily released fifty four thousand inmates to slow. The spread of the virus and Italy has closed all schools and universities until mid-march says CNN Chile and Argentina record their first cases of the virus reports. The Washington Post as the Caribbean begins to see the virus with cases reported in the Dominican Republic. Saint Bart's and Saint Martin according to the Antigua observer global total of cases tops ninety two thousand eight hundred the locations of us in country diagnoses. In a moment. There have been one hundred. Twenty eight confirmed cases of covert nineteen eighteen states cases in Nebraska and Texas are only among repatriated citizens known active locations including repatriated citizens are as follows California forty Washington Thirty Nebraska Thirteen Texas Eleven Illinois. Four Florida Three Arizona Georgia Massachusetts New York Oregon Rhode Island to New Hampshire North Carolina. Utah Wisconsin one global cases outside of China Republic of Korea. Five thousand two hundred sixty one Iran. Two Thousand Eight hundred twenty two. Italy two thousand five hundred to Japan. Three hundred four. Germany two hundred forty four France two hundred twelve Spain one hundred ninety three Singapore one hundred ten Switzerland Sixty eight Kuwait fifty six United Kingdom. Fifty-three Bahrain forty nine Thailand. Forty three Australia forty two Netherlands thirty eight Malaysia. Thirty six Sweden thirty five Canada thirty-three Iraq Norway thirty to India Twenty eight Austria and United Arab Emirates twenty seven Belgium twenty-three Iceland and Vietnam Sixteen San Marino and Israel. Fifteen Lebanon Thirteen Oman. Twelve Denmark ten Croatia nine Greece and Cutter Eight Ecuador seven Belarus and Finland six Algeria Czech Republic Mexico Pakistan and Portugal. Five Romania four as a Brazilan Georgia Philippines Russian Federation and Saint Bart's three Andorra Brazil Egypt Estonia Indonesia New Zealand and Senegal to Afghanistan Armenia. Argentina Cambodia Chile Dominican Republic Jordan Latvia Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Monaco Morocco Nepal Nigeria North Macedonia Poland. Saudi Arabia Sri Lanka Saint Martin Ukraine and Tunisia one another corona virus four one went update daily or as news breaks find the latest information at CDC dot Gov Slash Corona virus or rescuer smart speaker for the corona virus. Four one one podcast..

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"china republic" Discussed on Coronavirus 411

Coronavirus 411

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"china republic" Discussed on Coronavirus 411

"This is corona virus. Four one one. The latest Gerona Virus Info for Tuesday march. They're twenty twenty Georgia and New Hampshire report cases of Kobe. Nineteen as the. Us number rises to one hundred five. In fifteen states. Though cases in Nebraska and Texas are only among repatriated citizens officials. Warn that number is likely much higher according to USA. Today at present there have been six deaths in the US attributed to the virus all are in Washington state the FDA set up to a million could be tested for the virus in the US by the end of the week CNN reports. A federal judge has denied a request by the city of San Antonio to keep diamond princess cruise ship passengers in quarantine at Lackland Air Force Base. The passengers have been quarantined for two weeks and have tested negative for the virus. The Washington Post notes a dramatic increase in cases in Iran in just one day as eight hundred thirty. Five new cases were confirmed today. Iran now has two thousand three hundred thirty six cases up from two cases two weeks ago. The Post also reports that India has suspended entry to travelers from South Korea Iran Italy and Japan in an effort to control the spread of the virus in the country. The total number of global cases is at ninety one thousand three hundred according to CNBC the locations of US and country diagnoses. In a moment. There have been one hundred. Five confirmed cases of Cova Nineteen fifteen states cases in Nebraska and Texas are only among repatriated citizens active locations including repatriated citizens are as follows California thirty-seven Washington Twenty-three Nebraska Thirteen Texas Eleven Illinois. Four Florida Georgia Massachusetts New York Oregon Rhode Island to Arizona New Hampshire Utah. Wisconsin one global cases outside of China Republic of Korea. Five thousand one hundred eighty six Iran. Two thousand three hundred thirty six Italy. Two Thousand Thirty six. Japan two hundred sixty France one hundred ninety one Germany. One hundred sixty five. Spain one hundred twenty Singapore one hundred eight Kuwait fifty six United Kingdom fifty one. Bahrain forty nine Thailand forty-three Switzerland forty to Malaysia. Thirty six Australia thirty-five Iraq twenty six Canada and Norway Twenty-five United Arab Emirates Twenty one Austria and Netherlands Eighteen Vietnam Sixteen Sweden fifteen Lebanon thirteen Israel twelve Croatia and Iceland nine Belgium and San Marino eight Ecuador Greece and cutter seven Finland and Oman six Algeria India Czech Republic Mexico and Pakistan five Denmark four as John Georgia Philippines Romania and Russian Federation three Brazil Egypt Indonesia and Portugal to Afghanistan Andorra. Armenia Belarus Cambodia Dominican Republic Estonia Jordan Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Monaco Morocco Nepal New Zealand Nigeria North Macedonia. Saudi Arabia Senegal Sri Lanka and Tunisia. One another corona virus. Four one went up day daily or as news breaks. Find the latest information at CDC dot Gov Slash Corona virus or. Ask Your Smart Speaker for the Corona Virus. Four one one podcast..

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"china republic" Discussed on Coronavirus 411

Coronavirus 411

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"china republic" Discussed on Coronavirus 411

"This is corona virus for one one the latest Corona Virus Info four Monday march. Second Twenty Twenty New York Florida and Rhode Island all report their first cases of covert nineteen. Cnn bringing total cases in the US to eighty nine in twelve states there has been a second death in the US do to the virus both in Washington state where they have declared a state of emergency according to The New York Times. Researchers suggest the virus may have been spreading there for weeks with up to fifteen hundred people infected ABC news relays that Italian health officials confirmed hundred six new cases on Sunday marking a ninety one percent increase in one day. Italy has one thousand six hundred. Ninety four confirmed cases. Delta is suspending flights to Milan according to CNN. Portugal has confirmed their first two cases of Kobe. Nineteen reports the Guardian bringing the total number of global cases to more than eight thousand nine thousand people in sixty countries with more than three thousand deaths according to the New York Times the locations of us and country diagnoses in a moment. There have been eighty nine confirmed cases of Cova nineteen in the US known. Active locations are as follows California one in Alameda County one in Humboldt County one in Los Angeles County one Orange County to in San Benito County seven in Santa Clara County to in San Diego County one in Solano County Florida one in Hillsborough County one in Manatee County Illinois to in Cook County Massachusetts one in Suffolk County Nebraska twelve in Douglas County New York one in New York County Oregon to in Washington County Rhode Island to in Providence County Texas eleven and Bear County Washington. Eight in King County. One in snohomish county Wisconsin one in Dane County global cases outside of China Republic of Korea. Four thousand three hundred thirty five Italy one thousand six hundred ninety four Iran one thousand five hundred one Japan two hundred fifty six France and Germany one hundred. Thirty Singapore one hundred six Spain eighty four bow rain. Forty-seven Kuwait forty five Thailand forty-three United Kingdom. Forty Australia ends Malaysia. Twenty Nine Switzerland Twenty seven Canada twenty four United Arab Emirates and Iraq. Twenty one Norway Nineteen Vietnam. Sixteen Sweden and Austria fourteen Israel Lebanon and Netherlands ten San Marino eight Croatia and Greece seven Ecuador Finland and Oman six Mexico five Denmark Pakistan and Cutter for Algeria Azerbaijan Czech Republic Georgia Iceland India Philippines and Romania three Belgium Brazil Egypt Indonesia Portugal and Russian Federation to Afghanistan. Armenia Belarus Cambodia Dominican Republic Estonia Lithuania Luxembourg Monaco Nepal New Zealand Nigeria North Macedonia and Sri Lanka one another corona.

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"china republic" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"china republic" Discussed on The Science Show

"Pizzas of course come from Italy. And you'll be aware that the most famous Italian could well be. Leonardo Davinci died five hundred years ago. We end the celebrator a year with professor fiorenzo Galli from Millan. Who points to a final event next month to cap tributes to that artistic and scientific genius? He's the National Museum in Milan. Well it's the anniversary as we know how you celebrating it at your museum. First of all Lewis a new lab in which we can teach the engineer. Racial students likely now to work as painter the tradition one of our teeny talent renaissance in the second part of this lab Villanova Engineer. Who's a several machines you can open? You can work. We'll we've citizens threatening to understand the thinking of the now that mechanism how his drawings The way we had a very important exhibition of fifty two tradition historical models talking about Leonardo engineer and twenty nine friscos coming. I'm from churches now. Destroyed about given to assent to celebrate the arson signs and the third thing is a great and very important -portant exhibition in Rome at Squid Equity Nali as the President of China Republic during the three months celebrating Leonardo as a scientist before signs but last and the most important is certification of the new galleries. One thousand three hundred square meters. I in the central part of the museum that we are inside the comment of the sixteenth century in Milano with a new interactive and very interesting cultural and economical investment in the cocktail. Another the venture. That will be opened. The nine of December of the end of the year of CID did Abrasions. Now you said models now. Is it my impression on my wrong. I've seen the models. I saw them in Da Vinci itself where he used to live and I saw the models here in Sydney at the University of Technology Sydney when IBM brought them out. But did Leonardo ever see models off his drawings. We haven't any evidence about that about no not the US the drawing and emitted of study and and he used to walk around having his pocket. A Booklet Drawing Deacon notes trying to understand the things in natural and the works made made by other people in this renison very interesting period of life in Italy and so he draw those things existing in mead made by other forests Brunelleschi. That made a lot of works in Santa. Maria fury in Florence who's in using machines Sheen's still existing when Leonardo went and moved to Flores coming from Vinci Handy. Draw that trying to understand the mechanism and tried try to improve that with his idea. So our interpretation of the reality many many people he met and he worked with them thinking to who improved his knowledge. There have been books recently saying that he has not finished very much. And it only makes sense if you say hey that he was using it as a dialogue not as a finished work. He didn't finish in many works and he left few works when he moved from Florence to Milan. It was a fourteen eighty. Two was thirty years old he needed this pulsar. He need somebody working for war because You know in that appear in Italy. We had seventeen different states. Always fighting together and fighting for instance against France so to present himself to the duke looking talking to be employed there he wrote a letter to present his skills in ten points in the tenth point presenting also like a painter winter really. He presented himself like a military engineer to build. We pawns all the things needed by a powerful duke to fight against against the neighbors are somebody tried to invade them but they are. Now the hated the war. He produced several times his idea. That was our terrible. The thing for human beings he'll have nature and love animals and level the other people know but he had to earn a living. Now what about his anatomy because wonderful drawings wings of the body did he see corpses to DC two sections thirty. See what doctors did. How did he get inside the knowledge of Anatomy? You know that in the period of Italian renaissance began an idea that to the knowledge could not be just philosophy teary thinking but also touching observation experimentation. This is the reason why we think about Leonardo Science before signs close to one Hundred Years Before Leo People for instance to wanted to look at the the body human body likely walks. Houses skeleton can sustain it like for instance in architecture. And this anatomist is a the we buy we learn. Add The for instance could studies thaddeus Moscow's looking at death people. The Moscow of the feces end drawing the most important than the astonishing smile in the history of painting. Painting like for Monalisa. Yes extraordinary work. He was an absolute genius wasn't he yes I'm used to say was awarded a friend of mine. That is a very important geneticist. Nathalie though of the bunch that with a lot of effort somebody can try to be like Isaac Cottin. You can try to be advertised but nobody can try to be Leonardo Da Vinci. Yes do we. I understand really how that incredible genius grew up. How did he manage it? He spent the first part of his life without any mutation because he was an an legitimate son so he had not any formal education so he spends the first part of his life looking around the countryside looking at the animals looking at the reverse looking nature thinking trying to understand something by himself. This was the at the beginning of CNC who was a eight year old then. The family moved to Florence and when he was eight nine years old. The father. The okay you you hadn't occasions but you can work with hands so go to that boutique at Iraqs workshop of Andrea the rockets families. This culture is at least 'cause. The workshop of that is in that period was made by people working iron working with ceramics painting ask culture a great deal of skills needed to work in that Workshop and so he had a lot of different convergent opportunities to understand things and he was very clever and he talked with people and had a lot of opportunities to develop Phillip this geniality in his life and then he's to doubt especially as painter. That was the beginning of fortune in in Flores. orest professor Fiorenzo Galli from the National Museum of Science and Technology in Milan with a final tribute to Leonardo opening on the ninth of December..

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"china republic" Discussed on Motley Fool Money

Motley Fool Money

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"china republic" Discussed on Motley Fool Money

"Has gone from forty two dollars to Friday's price of lower than seventeen dollars a share Ron. They've got an interim CEO but The main job is open if you're looking for one son of the former founders rounders is back in on an interim basis. I'm actually surprised. It took this long for peck to leave. I thought maybe when they announced the spin off of old navy they would take that opportunity to put new folks in place but better late than never. I think this certainly make sense. The problem is is that gap continues to deteriorate and the bigger problem. Is that old navy's not doing that. Well with COM- themselves down four percent this quarter so that spinoff doesn't look as attractive as maybe it did A few months ago or a few quarters ago So far we haven't heard anything related to the fact that that spinoff is going to be put on hold right now. I think its powering ahead. However you know they've got to get the merchandising right there they've got gotta get merchandising right in all their stores whether it's Banana Republic gap Gap being pretty much the worst of them With comps down seven percent they had a lower guidance. This is not going well. It's time for some significant changes at the top. I'm glad to see they're making them. Do they also have inventory problems as well. Because I think of the gap old Navy Banana China Republic. I think of them as Maybe not the most fashionable brands but certainly reliable. If you go into any of those stories you'll typically see forty percent off the whole store that's is an indication that they have inventory problems and they need to be promotional declared out last thing before we move on twenty nine thousand nine hundred is going to be a record year in terms of. CEO's leaving is is it just harder to be a public company CEO in the age of social media. Among other things I think investors have less patients and it gets harder for CEO's to kind of Take the long view. So there's more pressure activist. Investors have stepped in and a number of these cases and said there has to be a change at the top So so that companies the following through there so I I do think it's more difficult than the old days. You could probably stick around for ten or twenty years with a board that's entrenched and not really putting too much pressure on you shows like like ours. Probably a rough week for travel stocks booking holdings the parent company of Priceline trip advisor and Expedia all issuing third quarter reports all three stocks falling this week though to be fair Jason Booking Holdings down around seven eight percent. You look at Expedia tripadvisor. Those things down to the tune of twenty thirty percent. Six little letters guys has six little letters did it all G. O. G. L. E. man I tell you google really causing these travel companies to to take a step back and try to figure and how to deal with their dominance in search because that is how so much of that traffic gets to where they WANNA go tripadvisor. I mean they're just waving the white flag that's that's the point of the three dollars and fifty cents special dividend. That's the point of the share. repurchases the reassessing. The business I think the best thing they can do at this point is shop. That business around selling in do right by shareholders in some capacity. expedia bigger business. They've already made that leap into being not a still.

"china republic" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"china republic" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Juliet Szalay in Singapore at seventeen minutes past the hour we check the markets every fifteen minutes here on Bloomberg daybreak Asia we are just getting a hot head coming through on the Bloomberg from Kyoto that said Japan has removed South Korea from its trusted export white lace will bring you more when we get that but it is not a great session in terms of equity move see in Asia after we so US if you just drop when president trump announced a new round of tower of heights on Chinese imports we think the yen remained strong it has gained quite substantially against the green back over the last few sessions that is currently out by another four tenths of one percent one a six point nine five on safe haven buying so no surprise within Japanese stocks it today okay off by more than two percent currently trading at twenty one thousand and eighty five points and south Korea's KOSPI extending declines as well full in the late two thousand points it is off by one point three percent at nineteen hundred and ninety one points in the Thai X. in Taipei continuing to be hit as well down by one and a half percent ten thousand five hundred and seventy points John is that the one reference right at six four eight nine nine six against the US dollar today we are seeing the non deliverable forwards of the road and be at six four nine six two five the Hong Kong dollar is a little strong at seven four eight one nine two against the greenback watching big fulls coming three in bond yields in the region the yield on Australia's five unite down below the ten basis points I was seeing a drop of H. basis points on new Zealand's five you know sh and looking at Japan's ten you know it the yield down by three point one basis points at negative point one seven three a quick check of the commodities market as well WTI crude is high today fifty four dollars fifty one of our all that the gain of around one percent and gold is weak at at fourteen hundred and thirty five dollars an ounce let's get a check now of global news in guide to San Francisco with a backstep it all right thank you Julie at north Korea's fired off two more short range projectiles Japan says no security threat did not enter the easy South Korean U. S. officials are consulting now this is the third in eight days U. S. secretary of state Mike Pompeii confirming he was prepared to talk with north Korean contingent eyes the on Hong Kong pulled its team so you put it together Hong Kong pulls its team fires projectiles president Donald Trump says he isn't concerned about Kim Jong un short range ballistic missile tests and the north says a second test was a new multiple rocket launch system that could potentially enhance its ability to strike targets in South Korea and U. S. military bases there as well China says now the people's Liberation Army is the anchor for Hong Kong as long term stability the US has announced that next week secretary of state Pompeii company by new secretary defense mark asper will visit Australia and Micronesia U. K. releases preparation money to prepare for a no deal brexit the Senate passed and sent to the president the bipartisan budget bill global news twenty four hours a day on the air and the tech talk on Twitter power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in San Francisco I'm at Baxter this is Bloomberg Brian all right thanks very much the time here is just now about twenty minutes past the hour and Boris Johnsons parliament majority cut to one after the by election that is just moving here on the terminal and our guest is Andrew Sullivan director of pearl bridge partners I want to swing back to the terrace announced by president trump it may bring the notion of more stimulus coming in China and we know that they have kind of ruled out any housing stimulus so they don't want to over stimulate the property market so maybe I can get you comment on that and what we might see in terms of stimulus for the Chinese economy yeah I think you're right I mean they made it very clear that they don't want a property bubble this is going to try and do is certainly to try and direct lending I certainly to some of the smaller businesses that's really where sees job creation and growth coming through and it can do that by yes the selective triple a cuts to some of the smaller banks but they also have a problem recently with the smaller banks and the fact that they've taken one over and another one has suddenly gotten some new some new major show held as like the investment division of I CBC and that there is a real concern I think about amongst investors about what is the real state of of these small companies and the smaller banks because we is what we know that you know the most of the landing goes to the to the big four banks and they land most that money to the SO ease and so over the years we've seen shadow banking build up we've seen bay to bay we sing yes it was in all these different ventures and China hasn't managed to control those because you have basically the system is wrong the big banks should be more generous in their widespread in their lending but that's not the practice so is because China Republic mmhm that smaller companies have been short of money and hence of had to find other ways of raising it I'm now I think slowly the PBS he's gonna try and that's just not and how do you think they could adjust them but as I say you look at some of those smaller banks giving them triple all cuts means that they would have more money to the end but the real problem is actually I guess that some of the smaller companies have got so adept at raising money via other measures so typically and we've seen this being a problem last year yeah the owner of the company will patches shares to a broker and borrow money and pay an interest rate that way the trouble is though that when the market goes down yeah the those brokers have been selling their shares and that's you know had a domino effect which is being negative for the smaller companies so given that we have a number of challenges now facing the the China and Hong Kong markets are you hedging here what do you like as a as a good hedge and you know it how long do you think that this persists well I mean I think I think trump made it clear that this is going to be part of his reelection campaign so he's in there let me saying that you know he thinks he wants a deal he's in no real rush to get a deal done and I think that's going to remain an overhang and in the meantime I mean we've seen I think yes slightly wearing a lot of profit warnings from companies over the last couple of weeks as we head into earning season here in Hong Kong but they're still good companies out there I mean we we have seen a bit of rotation into some of the defensive stocks obviously you know the infrastructure stocks the the power plays we'll be watching the watching actually the the results very Kathy we've seen a number of you know the industry's when they were first hit by times already move about an amount of that production out of China and that's it that's something I think you've got to watch the individual companies see how that how they're reacting to the time to the tariffs and how they can change it there are some companies out there we looked at a small company that makes it of plastic goods best ways that that policy that that response to this is they sell everything FOB so the terrorists are always picked up yeah by the purchaser it may well see more companies switching to that model and you always a pleasure thanks so much for joining us center Sullivan director PO beard bridge pot as with us you know interactive brokers studio day in Hong Kong just a reiterating.

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"china republic" Discussed on Climate Cast

Climate Cast

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"china republic" Discussed on Climate Cast

"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America as one of the largest global financial institutions Bank of America is in a unique position to help society. Transition to a low-carbon economy Bank of America NA member FDIC Mindy, big investors, like Morgan Stanley Bank of America are investing big and climate solutions. Why is private equity pushing climate change solutions on the market sprawling? There's no question the climate is changing, and we hear companies investors consumer scientists saying that and we know we need to act. So if we need to bring down our reliance on fossil fuels on coal and dirty oil. We need to go somewhere and that somewhere around renewable energy. And that's why you're seeing whether it's private equity Republic equity or large institutional investors were saying far more money flow into renewable energy and cleaner buildings cleaner transportation, and it's adding up last year there was somewhere around three hundred and fifty. Thirty billion dollars put into a clean energy future. That's a global number next year, it'll be substantially more. We're seeing it because there's a market for it. People want it. They're demanding it they're calling for it. And we need to be able to get them to clean energy. They'd like to see Mindy. We talk about climate risk here on climate. How're big company seeing that climate risk show up in their supply chains and even their bottom lines companies and small companies alike across every sector of our economy seeing that climate risk show up, and let's give a couple of examples if you're a farmer or you're an agriculture and the climate changes for better or for worse. Sometimes there's more rain sometimes it's too dry in either case we've seen agricultural crops die we've seen farmers able to farm half their land. We've seen farmworkers put out of work. We've seen restaurants not have the food. They need or groceries. If you're in the apparel business, you're the gap your Levi stressed your banal. China Republic or anyone of our global retailers. When you're cotton crop is because there's not enough water in the places where you've had that planted. You lose substantial resources in revenue if you're in the insurance sector last fall when we had three three storms looking at Houston looking at Puerto Rico and looking at the keys in Florida. The numbers were over one hundred billion dollars in losses. We are not talking about small losses. We're talking about huge impacts on real estate on agriculture on insurance on finance in every sector of our economy. Climate risk is a real financial risk not only scientific imperative but the risk to the bottom line of thousands of companies is growing everyday Mindy. I'm encouraged to see the scale of investment in climate solutions. But looking at the atmosphere how much faster does it need to happen to mitigate atmospheric impacts on business. In the future. Like, paul. You're asking exactly the right question. It is a huge number that we've seen three hundred fifty billion dollars investing in clean energy. And it is not nearly enough. The problem is growing faster. We are being told by the world's leading scientists that we have to see radical change in twelve years that's going to require a lot more than three hundred and fifty billion dollars. We are going to need to see. Well, over a trillion dollars a year invested in clean energy, clean transportation future. And those investments are in only here in the United States. We need to see massive amounts of capital going to the developing world, we need to see massive changes in China. And India if we are to get to that below two degree world or a one point five world degree world is leading scientists tell us we must our investments need to triple quadruple on an annual basis. So I'm curious about the corporate boardroom corporate, see something. Are essentially risk managers. How has climate risk worked its way into the boardroom, and how much is that changed over the last ten to fifteen years. Well, the change over the last fifteen years is nothing short of radical fifteen years ago the term climate risk barely existed. When we first convened hundreds of investors from around the globe, institutional investors, large pension funds as well as money managers from Goldman Sachs to chase P Morgan Morgan Stanley Bank of America city. And so on they want to know why we were asking them to come into a room. Frankly, then we did it at the United Nations to talk about climate change. They believe that was an environmental issue that had nothing to do with economy. That's of course, changed fifteen years from now, we know this is a colossal excess essential threat, not only to the future of our kids and our planet. But to our economic well-being, we are being told by leading a communist that the impact of climate is. Stanchly greater than the impact we felt from the subprime meltdown. So we're talking about massive economic impacts over the last fifteen years radical change what it companies doing many of them are setting goals to bring their greenhouse gas. Emissions down were committing to a one hundred percent renewable energy in the next five years and more and more of that is happening but still not nearly enough or last week at the international climate negotiations in Poland four hundred and twenty of our investors whose assets total thirty four trillion dollars called on government leaders at that international negotiation to implement a plan that's clear that has focused and that's consistent with the goals of the Paris agreement. So not only companies changing, but their largest owners the biggest investors in those companies are saying we want you to act on climate. And we want you to change your practices all the way through to your supply chain. Sooner rather than later, and you asked about corporate boards, corporate boards are acting. I was in Naples, Florida. A couple of weeks ago with the national association of corporate directors talking with hundreds of corporate directors around that why these issues why climate change is a governance issue for corporate board members why they need to examine the risk of climate change. Some are some aren't but the bottom line is five years ago. Very few if anywhere now that number is growing, I think we are seeing real change in corporate America and at the investor level, but not nearly

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Is there enough investment in clean energy?

Climate Cast

06:24 min | 2 years ago

Is there enough investment in clean energy?

"Mindy, big investors, like Morgan Stanley Bank of America are investing big and climate solutions. Why is private equity pushing climate change solutions on the market sprawling? There's no question the climate is changing, and we hear companies investors consumer scientists saying that and we know we need to act. So if we need to bring down our reliance on fossil fuels on coal and dirty oil. We need to go somewhere and that somewhere around renewable energy. And that's why you're seeing whether it's private equity Republic equity or large institutional investors were saying far more money flow into renewable energy and cleaner buildings cleaner transportation, and it's adding up last year there was somewhere around three hundred and fifty. Thirty billion dollars put into a clean energy future. That's a global number next year, it'll be substantially more. We're seeing it because there's a market for it. People want it. They're demanding it they're calling for it. And we need to be able to get them to clean energy. They'd like to see Mindy. We talk about climate risk here on climate. How're big company seeing that climate risk show up in their supply chains and even their bottom lines companies and small companies alike across every sector of our economy seeing that climate risk show up, and let's give a couple of examples if you're a farmer or you're an agriculture and the climate changes for better or for worse. Sometimes there's more rain sometimes it's too dry in either case we've seen agricultural crops die we've seen farmers able to farm half their land. We've seen farmworkers put out of work. We've seen restaurants not have the food. They need or groceries. If you're in the apparel business, you're the gap your Levi stressed your banal. China Republic or anyone of our global retailers. When you're cotton crop is because there's not enough water in the places where you've had that planted. You lose substantial resources in revenue if you're in the insurance sector last fall when we had three three storms looking at Houston looking at Puerto Rico and looking at the keys in Florida. The numbers were over one hundred billion dollars in losses. We are not talking about small losses. We're talking about huge impacts on real estate on agriculture on insurance on finance in every sector of our economy. Climate risk is a real financial risk not only scientific imperative but the risk to the bottom line of thousands of companies is growing everyday Mindy. I'm encouraged to see the scale of investment in climate solutions. But looking at the atmosphere how much faster does it need to happen to mitigate atmospheric impacts on business. In the future. Like, paul. You're asking exactly the right question. It is a huge number that we've seen three hundred fifty billion dollars investing in clean energy. And it is not nearly enough. The problem is growing faster. We are being told by the world's leading scientists that we have to see radical change in twelve years that's going to require a lot more than three hundred and fifty billion dollars. We are going to need to see. Well, over a trillion dollars a year invested in clean energy, clean transportation future. And those investments are in only here in the United States. We need to see massive amounts of capital going to the developing world, we need to see massive changes in China. And India if we are to get to that below two degree world or a one point five world degree world is leading scientists tell us we must our investments need to triple quadruple on an annual basis. So I'm curious about the corporate boardroom corporate, see something. Are essentially risk managers. How has climate risk worked its way into the boardroom, and how much is that changed over the last ten to fifteen years. Well, the change over the last fifteen years is nothing short of radical fifteen years ago the term climate risk barely existed. When we first convened hundreds of investors from around the globe, institutional investors, large pension funds as well as money managers from Goldman Sachs to chase P Morgan Morgan Stanley Bank of America city. And so on they want to know why we were asking them to come into a room. Frankly, then we did it at the United Nations to talk about climate change. They believe that was an environmental issue that had nothing to do with economy. That's of course, changed fifteen years from now, we know this is a colossal excess essential threat, not only to the future of our kids and our planet. But to our economic well-being, we are being told by leading a communist that the impact of climate is. Stanchly greater than the impact we felt from the subprime meltdown. So we're talking about massive economic impacts over the last fifteen years radical change what it companies doing many of them are setting goals to bring their greenhouse gas. Emissions down were committing to a one hundred percent renewable energy in the next five years and more and more of that is happening but still not nearly enough or last week at the international climate negotiations in Poland four hundred and twenty of our investors whose assets total thirty four trillion dollars called on government leaders at that international negotiation to implement a plan that's clear that has focused and that's consistent with the goals of the Paris agreement. So not only companies changing, but their largest owners the biggest investors in those companies are saying we want you to act on climate. And we want you to change your practices all the way through to your supply chain. Sooner rather than later, and you asked about corporate boards, corporate boards are acting. I was in Naples, Florida. A couple of weeks ago with the national association of corporate directors talking with hundreds of corporate directors around that why these issues why climate change is a governance issue for corporate board members why they need to examine the risk of climate change. Some are some aren't but the bottom line is five years ago. Very few if anywhere now that number is growing, I think we are seeing real change in corporate America and at the investor level, but not

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"china republic" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

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"china republic" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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"china republic" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"china republic" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For that as school go let's get across to leon guarantee news good morning man in zimbabwe president emmerson mnangagwa has said he suspects a group linked to the former first lady was behind attempt on his life teen people died and more than forty were injured in an explosion as early in bulawayo mr mnangagwa's told the bbc that he thinks g forty group which supported grace mugabe for the presidency carried out the attack italy says it has reached a deal with multi to end the dilemma of a rescue ship stranded for five days with more than two hundred and thirty migrants on board the lifeline will dock in bolted but other countries including italy and france will also receive migrants however a german aid group overseeing the rescue boat is contradicting the leaders of italy in france saying multi won't at the ship into its territorial waters and facebook's days of dabbling in aerospace engineering aver the company has said in a blog post yesterday it will no longer design build its own aircraft to beam internet connectivity over regions with limited access the company's been working on the project since two thousand fourteen global news twenty four hours a day on talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm dan guarantee this is bloomberg anna leeann thank you now asian stocks have struggled for direction as concerns linger over the ma over the impact of potential global trade restrictions chinese shares of falling for a third day extending a bear market in the u one continues to weaken offshore for more let's go live to hong kong where bloomberg's chief asia economics correspondent current is standing by for us a good to have you on the program and let's talk a little bit about the currency if we could is this weakness in the yuan is this something is determining will happen or is this because of pressure from the outside world well it's difficult to say we do know for sure there certainly no shortage of external pressures komo moment we do of course have d trade war story looming over china and opposes a clear and present danger for economic activity there we have internally some signs of domestic slowdown we've had the pboc taking some steps to make sure liquidity in does partly communist leads it so on paper all of the all of those are indicators that would point towards your currency selling off at the same time what's raising eyebrows is the fact that the pbs's allowing it to happen and that's raising questions as to whether or not this is something i ever more pronounced move lower or just a market adjustment under the authorities are relatively comfortable with it but they own accounts is coming at a time of significant pressures for the chinese economy look good morning that's manage this is the longest losing streak on record broken six point six there was a bit of intervention today twenty fifteen was very very painful i'm talking about the deliberate weakening of you want in two thousand fifteen capital outflows at a huge slaughter on their reserves they don't shoot they don't want a rerun of that well mammoth entirety right that's what the debate is all about right now i don't think there's a firm view in the market the chinese devaluing per se i think there's a benefit of the benefit of the dial up airlines market adjustment here remember a dollar has been on a tear and as i mentioned earlier old indicators for china moment would point towards the currency selfishness no do you extrapolate from that that the policy decision that they are willing to weaken the currency for use in a trade war certainly china republic comes up no one can say for sure outside look in but your point exactly they experience a lot of pain in two thousand fifteen a lot of pain and turning sixteen and all of that would point towards a country with more interested in keeping it stable and letting it run away yeah we spent three fx strategy i think over the last twenty four hours and not one of them thinks that the chinese are weaponized currency that's just it's not a representative sample perhaps but certainly those conversations we've been having here in studio what's next in the trade war then and to how does china continue to to.

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"china republic" Discussed on GSMC Bible Study Podcast

GSMC Bible Study Podcast

34:09 min | 3 years ago

"china republic" Discussed on GSMC Bible Study Podcast