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The New York City Marathon Was Canceled. Runners Ran the Course Anyway.

The Retirement Trailhead

02:16 min | 4 months ago

The New York City Marathon Was Canceled. Runners Ran the Course Anyway.

"Was cancelled, but there will still be plenty of runners taking on the 26.2 Mile challenge. Virtually this weekend. Our own marathoner ABC News producer Lewis Millman has more on how they're doing it. It's one of the biggest events of the year in one of the biggest cities in the world. 2020 New York City Marathon was said to be an extra special. The 50th anniversary of the first time the race was held. 26.2 Mile course normally tours all five of the cities boroughs, crossing five bridges along the way. With the covert 19 pandemic, preventing large gatherings. The New York road runners flagship event is adjusting. Instead of having the more than 24,000 runners travel from over 150 countries across the globe to race through the Big Apple, the road runner's shift into an all virtual format for 2020 a move that the organization senior vice president of strategic partnerships and runner products, Christine Burke says went fairly smoothly. This will be our third year. Of staging a virtual version of the marathon, and we were fortunate that we've had experience with it now. And so we already had plans to do a virtual marathon. But with the cancellation of the in person race at the end of June We knew we had to make the virtual version bigger and better than it had ever been through the running Abstract VA and using modern technology race organizers have made this year's virtual New York City marathon, an immersive experience for runners. There is technology that we're using this year included some augmented reality where at the finish line runners will be able to put a medal over their head in a photo. And there's also tools that will enable runners to hear the sounds of the marathon course on race day. So the sound of the cannon at the start in Staten Island on the various on a bridge and crowd noises throughout the course that simulates what it actually would be like as if they were running on the marathon course through the five boroughs. In New York City. Participants will use that same app to track that are run and submit their finished time. But it's not just

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"christine burke" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:35 min | 9 months ago

"christine burke" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Run on global running day share that run on social media and then cried the friend and encourage them to run as well and it's a way for us to create a virtual cobweb of runners around the world we really want people to encourage their friends and family to run on this day many long time runners and new ones wonder do I need to wear a mask while I run it can get very uncomfortable during rigorous exercise near corner thinker aging people who wear masks if they are going to be running in class credits faith that that doesn't necessarily mean that you need to be wearing them out on your mouth and nose at all times while you're running but if you're going to be within six feet of another runner we encourage you to profit on I have a Gator that I wear around my neck we caught behind the bar and it's really easy to wear around your neck and when I see another runner coming my way I'll pull it up over my nose and it's really a sign every year you're popping up around there there are some who say I could never run out for it let alone a mile what is your message for them there's no question that running has been proven to be good for Boston to call health and mental health and wanting a little bit can be very therapeutic and that was Marla diamond reporting with New York road runners Christine Burke Hey DD perks members in Washington DC now that we're slowly getting back to running make.

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"christine burke" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:43 min | 9 months ago

"christine burke" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"W. CBS reporter Marla diamond speaking with New York road runners Christine Burke at nine forty nine our forecast from meteorologist Daniel nettle some patchy clouds early on tonight then we do turn out mostly cloudy late with some coastal fog forming below sixty four tomorrow low clouds and some fog in the morning then we'll stay mostly cloudy for the rest of the day there can be a shower in some spots for the afternoon high seventy three mostly cloudy for tomorrow night for the shower thunderstorm around low sixty six warm humid for Friday very oblique cloudy with a shower too and even a thunderstorm in a couple of spots seventy nine degrees for Saturday will have clouds and perhaps a shower or thunderstorm early then some sunshine in the afternoon eighty two degrees or cooler less humid day Sunday partly to mostly sunny seventy two it's sixty three degrees in union sixty five in Valhalla but it's sixty four degrees in west Bari and sixty four in Central Park at nine forty nine act up fight back ends aids that was the chant of countless protesters at the height of the aids epidemic Larry Kramer was the loudest voice among them he has died at the age of eighty four in Manhattan more from CBS's Jim Shattuck Larry Kramer was a successful writer in nineteen eighty one when suddenly it seemed you could not walk down the street without running into somebody who was sick who told you about three people who have died since the last time you saw him that was how the aids epidemic turned a very private Kramer into a very vocal activists HIV infections are up as much as forty percent.

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Runners, Walkers Urged To Unite For Global Running Day

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Runners, Walkers Urged To Unite For Global Running Day

"Global running day is June third a week from today at WCBS reporter Marla diamond says everyone is encouraged to get out there and share their experience on social media whether your sport of choice is running or binge watching Netflix you're invited to take part in global running day we believe that anybody can be a runner says The New York road runners Christine Burke are one of the things that we are doing for global running day is called run one one share that run on social media and then cried the friend and encourage them to run as well and if the way Frank you create a virtual cobweb of runners around the world

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"christine burke" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:18 min | 9 months ago

"christine burke" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"On June third are one of the things that we are doing for global running day is called run one had one so when you go out for a run on global running day share that run on social media and then grab a friend and encourage them to run as well and it's a way for us to create a virtual cobweb of runners around the world we really want people to encourage their friends and family to run on this day this will be the third year where we have the global running day one mile burglary last year we had eighteen thousand people who register to participate and those people they were from a hundred and twenty six countries and all fifty states and we're expecting participation to be even higher this year many long time runners and new ones wonder do I need to wear a mask while I run it can get very uncomfortable during rigorous exercise New York road runners is encouraging people to wear a mask if they are going to be running in class credits faith that that doesn't necessarily mean that you need to be wearing them out on your mouth and nose at all times while you're running but if you're going to be within six feet of another runner we encourage you to profit on I have a Gator that I wear around my neck we caught behind the bar and it's really easy to wear around your neck and when I see another runner coming my way I'll pull it up over my nose and it's really a sign every year you're popping up around there there are some who say I could never run out for it let alone a mile what is your message for them there's no question that running has been proven to be good for both physical health and mental health and wanting a little bit can be very therapeutic and so if you're able to get out of your house and get out of your house safely there's really no better activity than putting one foot in front of it yeah there and and getting your friend on a little run the day that's the New York road runners Christine Burke speaking with our Marla diamond W. CBS news time five fifty two.

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"christine burke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"christine burke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Wall Street. Good morning. I'm Nathan Hager and I'm Karen Moskow. We are just about three hours away from the opening of US trading. Let's get you up to date on the news, you need to know at this hour. US huger point to a fifth straight day of gains for the S and P five hundred after President Trump suspended plans for new tariffs on goods from Mexico. Bloomberg's Christine Burke reports President Trump said he will indefinitely, suspend plans to put a five percent tariff on Mexican products. It seems to be clear that the deal does include some sort of increase measures for border security was a bit of confusion and a bit of drama was the fact that president. Trump said that Mexico agreed to substantial purchases of US agricultural products as part of this deal as well. That was something that three Mexican officials later said, was not true. So a bit of confusion, I guess, but we do know that the tariffs seemed to have been verdict for now seems to be doing well for the peso and overall sentiment. Bloomberg Christine Burke reporting the peso is stronger by more than two percent on the news now investor attention on the trade front will return to talks with China after Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the main progress Ray occur. When President Trump and Xi Jinping meet at the g twenty summit later this month. It's one of the defense industry's biggest transactions ever. United Technologies has agreed to by Raytheon in an all stock deal forming a company was seventy four billion dollars in sales. Growth accor- covers aerospace and defense for Bloomberg intelligence combined United Technologies offers diversification benefits. Hey, I some potential cost savings factors. That could make United Technologies. More competitive a tier one supplier standpoint shares of United Technologies are up five percent while Raytheon is up almost three percent now, Renault's twenty year marriage with Nissan may be in trouble Renault's planned merger with Fiat Chrysler, fell apart and Nissans reluctance to endorse. The deal is said to be partly responsible for that failure in response Renault's threatening to block Nissan's plan to cover its governance structure. Shares of Thomas Cook are up more than thirteen percent in London. The British travel agency has confirmed its intoxicated China's focused on international about buying its tour operating business. Now let's hit you have to date in how stocks are faring. We check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg. Guinness in p futures are up ten points this morning. Dow futures up one hundred seven NASDAQ futures are up twenty seven the Dax in Germany. There's no trading. Today is a holiday. The CAC in Paris is up a quarter percent in the Footsie-100 is up half percent. Nikkei two twenty five in Japan. Gained one point two percent. The Hang Seng in Hong Kong jumped two and a quarter percent. Ten year treasury down seventeen thirty seconds, yield two point one four percent yield on the two year one point eight nine percent. Nymex crude oil EPA tenth of a percent, or six cents to fifty four zero five a barrel. Comex gold down one percent on thirteen dollars, ninety cents at thirteen thirty to twenty an ounce. The euro one point one three oh nine against the dollar and the yen one, oh, eight point five, eight Nathan. Alright. Karen, thank you. It is six thirty three on Wall Street. Let's get the latest world and.

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"christine burke" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"christine burke" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"This is one of those moments in TV somebody's got to have a go. There's gotta be another exciting tech. It's all about the drugs. Just had the say in our area. It's all about the drones coming to get you finish this. This is this is a big story. Isn't it? Regards to the F A. Absolutely. So there is an alphabet subsidiary that goes by the name of wing aviation and wing aviation actually just received approval from the FAA to operate as a small airline. What this means is that wing now the first drone operator in the US to receive this type of approval, and it can now start dropping packages to consumers of wing has said that it plans to start small deliveries to some customers in Virginia within a couple of months, but remember this is a significant step, but it is a rather small step because while this does go some advancement. There are still a lot of German regulations prohibit deliveries of certain packages and drones flying over more rural and crowded areas of it's still exciting development for tech. And maybe soon we'll be seeing these packages drop out of the sky. All right. Thank you, so much Christine Burke are daybreak editor walking us through the latest in tech. While we experienced some of our own tech problems. There's some irony for you. Let's check in on the markets. We do have stocks in Asia coming off a little bit from their highs this morning. There's a little bit of a risk off sentiment in markets. Right now, we have MCI Asia Pacific index down more than half of a percentage point at the moment. Also, crude oil Brent as we've been discussing coming off its recent twenty nine thousand nine highs not as after some US inventory data surprise to the upside there. And of course, as in five hundred features also as to discuss coming down about a tenth of a percent at the moment. But that is off the back of another boost to record US stock levels yesterday madness. Yeah. Those valuations Tracy, by the way, the blended p price ratio levels that we haven't seen since two thousand and seven I think we paid a little bit of a montage voices the melt-up syndrome. That's what couple of breaking. The oil market is focus Yousef is on the ground at the great gathering. He's going to get together with follow those valuations for your father is with Yosef on a panel. They're going to talk about investing in that business in the kingdom out. Of course, if you can get those questions in regards to oil and OPEC and the commitment that would be great, Tracy great. It's been lovely lineup. You're in Hong Kong in Basel..

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"christine burke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"christine burke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And it's five thirty on Wall Street. Good morning. I'm Nathan Hager. And I'm Karen Moskow. We are just about four hours away from the opening of US trading. Let's get you up to date on the news. You need to know at this hour stocks around the world are gaining as US lawmakers reach a tentative deal to avoid a government shutdown. Bloomberg's Christine Burke has the details. This plan according to congressional aides includes one point three seven five billion dollars for fifty five new miles of border fencing now that's not anywhere close to what Trump wants. But these aids do know that that's doubled the amount of the new miles that were allotted in. Two thousand eighteen fiscal budget. Now, both sides will put together a package at what will be needed before Friday to kind of finalize everything so far it's unclear whether the president will sign the deal optimism on U S, China trade talks is also boosting sentiment. Bloomberg's Tom MacKenzie reports from Beijing, what house adviser Kellyanne Conway told Fox News Trump wants to meet president. She quote, very soon. The comments follow reports. US officials were considering a mid March meeting between the two leaders Trump's mar-a-lago Florida resort. That's fueled. Kucher optimism the two sides are edging closer to a deal as negotiators continued talks here in the Chinese capital in Beijing, Tom MacKenzie, Bloomberg daybreak. All right, Tom. Thank you in the UK, prime minister. Theresa May updates lawmakers on the progress of Brexit talks with the EU she will also outline emotion she intends to put before MP's on Thursday as she seeks to buy more time the Bank of Japan reduced purchases of bonds for the first time in two months. Theo Jay has sought to taper. It's purchases to focus on yield targets rather than quantitative easing on the earnings front. Nissan came up short in its first report since the arrest of former chairman Carlos gone, Nissan, cut its forecast warning of the lowest prophet and six years and the last of the luxury goods makers reported earnings Gucci which is owned by carrying posted sales growth of twenty eight percent. Now, let's get you up to date on how stocks are faring. Check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg. And s and p futures are higher up seventeen points. Dow futures up one hundred seventy three NASDAQ futures up fifty five the Dax in Germany's up one point one percent. The CAC in Paris up. One percent Footsie-100 third of.

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"christine burke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"christine burke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"World cross. Out to Christine Burke, Christine. Thanks. Tens of thousands of France's yellow bus. Protesters rallied around the country again on Saturday. The movement is trying to rebuild momentum. After declining turnouts in recent weeks, the ninth weekend of demonstrations comes days before president Emmanuel Macron, launches a national debate intended to dispel the anger Expos by the recent violent protests without derailing the reform hand says France needs. Senior British ministers are said to be urging three Somme to seek help from her arch-rival socialist, Jeremy Corbyn, if parliament kills her Brexit deal on a crunch vote this week sources tell Bloomberg a group of mainly pro European ministers. Want to invite the opposition labor party leader to meet her for negotiations in the hope of agreeing a joint plan. China's vice premier Liu will visit Washington at the end of the month for further trade talks that design there's been more progress in ending the dispute between the two countries Bloomberg house learns that Lou will meet with Treasury Secretary, Steve Mnuchin and Trade Representative Robert lighthizer. In tokyo. Former Nissan chairman Carlos going has been indicted a second time over allegations of financial crimes, he's accused of transferring personal investment losses to Nissan and under reporting his compensation going has been in jail for almost two months and his lawyers say they will apply for bail. Eighteen year old Saudi woman who fled the country and said she feared death if deported back home had arrived in Canada, which is offering her asylum. The nation's foreign minister hailed balchunas of very brave new Canadian as she arrived Toronto's airport. Her situation has highlighted the cause of women's rights in Saudi Arabia for several women fleeing abused by their families have been caught trying to seek asylum abroad in recent years and returned home. A divorce attorney has told Bloomberg that the high high-stakes split of Jeff and MacKenzie basis will be handled as quickly as an Amazon delivery, the founder of the online shopping giant has a net worth of one hundred thirty seven billion dollars. That's according to the Bloomberg billionaires index a couple times depart aspirins and MacKenzie way may well become the world's richest woman. And there's good and bad news. For spacex. Elon Musk's company has kicked off a promises to be a busy twenty nineteen by blasting a rocket carrying ten satellites into orbit. However, sources have told Bloomberg that the firm it plans to cut about ten percent of its workforce representatives for SpaceX didn't return calls or emails seeking comment. Global news twenty four hours a day on air tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Christine Burke. This is Bloomberg. Thanks for staying.

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"christine burke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"christine burke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Year. And the key reason being is we have around measure of credit we take from we add stuff in. We know they're leaving out and that has absolutely collapsed this year Charlene Shumate her name warning about the dangers of China's credit binge. She sees GDP growth in the country slowing to the upper five percent range next year. Crude is taking another leg lower amid concerns about surging US oil supply, Bloomberg's Christine Burke reports from Dubai when you look to the US the amount of shale production that's coming out of there and just the prospect of continued growth and key US shell plays. I think is a really big thing. That's weighing on investor sentiment and on the minds of investors that they look forward to twenty one thousand nine. And we got the as drilling productivity report which puts out once a month on Mondays. And what that forecast shows is that US shale production will actually top eight million barrels a day this month for the very first time that figure will climb even further to eight point one seven million barrels a day in January and checking prices now west Texas intermediate is down a dollar thirty-seven or two and three quarters percent at forty eight dollars fifty one cents a barrel. Brent is down a dollar forty eight trading at fifty eight thirteen as stocks in Europe are also falling this morning here with the latest Bluebird Sebastian sound like live in London said good morning. Good morning. Nathan will only gas. Stocks are among the biggest losers in Europe, the benchmarks stocks hundred down about three tenths of a percents with roughly half the sectors in the red all toes lead the gains there. But also in the green is retail which plummeted yesterday after online clothing celery sauce warned that Christmas shopping caught off to a disastrous start European stocks currently cheap evaluations at a five year low. But the risks remain from Italy to Brexit and beyond live in London on Sebastian, sonic, but in back daybreak, and then there's the fed all is on the US central Bank is policymakers begin a two day meeting in Washington. Most economists expect the fed to hike rates by a quarter percent, but billionaire Stanley Druckenmiller tells Bloomberg that would be the wrong move. I don't quite get it. I got it three or four months ago. But now.

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"christine burke" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"christine burke" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"But hey, the divide generally index has fallen to twenty three percent so far this year making the game still worst performer globally Emaar properties. The mock properties union properties the all lost about forty percent of the market value. We have more into a conversation around that in a bit for now. Let's get back out to Christine Burke and see what's happening with the first world headlines from around the world. Thank you said White House chief of staff John Kelly will step down toward the end of the year. White House advisors believe that Nick Ayers, vice President Mike Pence staff will be named as acting chief of staff airs has emerged as a favourite to replace Kelly and has had weeks of discussions with the president. According to a person familiar with the process. China has threatened candidate with grave consequences. If CFO among one Joe is not immediately released Beijing has called her arrest unreasonable, unconscionable inviolate nature among daughter of always founder spending the weekend in jail after a bail decision was not reached the case will continue on Monday her arrest on allegations of Iran. Sanctions violations have roiled markets, the US President Trump's advisor Larry cudlow thinks it will not affect the trade talks. But I just see them on different tracks. And I think the trade negotiations which have a lot of momentum again from the two presidents on down. Those are going to continue. I do not believe they will be interrupted by the wa wait enforcement action. China's factories Latian slow to further while games in the consumer price index. Moderated the producer price index climbed two point seven percent in November the slowest pace in more than two years. Weaker factory prices point to sluggish demand despite recent stimulus measures, signaling a further deceleration of industrial profits consumer price index rose two point two percent in November which was also slower than estimated. China's overall trade growth float in November but its surplus with the US hit a record almost thirty five point six billion dollars. That was driven by a close to ten percent rise in exports compared to last year and a quarter percent decline in imports. Overall exports rose five point four percent November. But this estimates imports three percent widening China's trade surplus to about forty five billion dollars that was the highest year. French Elvis demonstrators. Clashed with riot police in Paris on Saturday in the latest round of protests against president Emmanuel Macron, armored vehicles rolled through central. Paris asked protesters. Threw rocks at police and set fire to barricades Tigers president aired on us. Protests point fingers back at Europe, which has often criticized his handling of protests at home. He said Europe has failed the class on democracy, freedoms and human rights bubble news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Christine Burke mic is he said. Thanks christine. All right. Let's talk about Dopek because the group pander allies delivered the bigger than expected oil production cut, the Russian oil minister has weighed in Alexander Novak. He told Bloomberg Moscow will need a few months to reach the full level of cuts. He's supposed to Bloomberg's Emory hold an Indiana..

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"christine burke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"christine burke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Good morning. I'm Nathan Hager. And I'm Karen Moskow are just about three hours away from the opening of US trading. Let's get you up to date on the news. You need to know at this hour. Stocks are falling around the world is the arrest of Chinese executive threatens to reignite US China tensions. Dow futures are down around four hundred points right now and stocks in China and Hong Kong slid more than two percent after the arrest of the chief financial officer of wa wa technologies Bloomberg's Christine Burke reports this arrest was made. In Canada on behalf of the US to that make could be extradited to face charges in New York the Chinese embassy in Canada. So that this arrest is a violation of its citizen rights and demanded that the US and Canada free on the big risk here. Now is that this arrest possibly reignite the tensions that we've seen between the US in China. So soon after what some might argue is a bit of a reprieve, and as Bloomberg's Christine Burke reports so long Chaumont is not only hallway CFO. She's also the daughter of the company's founder, let me while the government in Beijing says China, and the us have reached agreement in the sectors of agriculture autos and energy, which will be implemented. Immediately crew tumbling as core OPEC members gather in Vienna. The hash out production cuts checking oil right now. Nymex crude oil is down more than three percent at a dollar sixty two at fifty one dollars twenty seven cents a barrel. Brent is down two point nine percent. Fifty nine dollars seventy seven cents here in the US. We get two readings on the labor market before. Tomorrow's. Jobs report with data on ADP, private payrolls and government figures on jobless claims out at eight thirty AM Wall Street time half a dozen companies in the S and P five hundred report earnings today. They include a broadcom Kroger H in our blog, the leaders of some of the biggest tech companies, including Microsoft, Google and IBM or at the White House today. They'll talk about emerging innovations such as artificial intelligence, and Lam research and maker of equipment used to manufacture semiconductors says it fired CEO Martin end status after an investigation into allegations of a workplace misconduct. It is six thirty two on Wall Street time for the volatility index report brought to you by CBO vixen trade yesterday with US markets closed for a national day of mourning on Tuesday, though, it rose sharply to close at twenty point seven four separately in today's extended morning trading vix is surging again currently at twenty four point three four. That's this morning's volatility report and futures are lower s and p futures down forty three points. The Dow futures down four hundred two now. Nasdaq futures down one hundred forty two ten year treasury is up five thirty seconds. The yield at two point eight nine percent. The yield on the two year two point seven six percent in the thirty year yield three point one five percent. And a straight ahead. We have the latest world and national news. This is Bloomberg. Thanks,.

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China demands release of Huawei exec. held in Canada on behalf of U.S.

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01:22 min | 2 years ago

China demands release of Huawei exec. held in Canada on behalf of U.S.

"A tool that would allow the house of Commons veto any move by the UK to actually enter into the backstop agreement. And I think the idea. Of this is that by giving the house of Commons possibly power to to to stop the UK from entering into that backs up, and maybe government will be able to jump up more support for the Brexit Bill and commits lawmakers toback that deal at that crucial December eleventh, but which is just shaping up to be during just doesn't look good for trisomy on any front. Really right now, you can say that again, thanks so much Christine Burke, daybreak editor joining us live from Dubai

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"christine burke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"christine burke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Top stories this morning. Opec meeting in Abu Dhabi oil prices post another week weekly slump? We're live on the ground to find out. What options are on negotiating table? Heads off the United States, France. Russia. Germany and Turkey rendezvous in Paris while presidents about crawl and Trump attentions on European defence and security. President says Turkey has handed over the husky voice recordings to the United States and for the nations. Is on smash the singles day sales record logging at one point four four billion dollars in the opening minutes. It is at nine AM across the at five AM. If you're in London. This is Bloomberg daybreak released. I'm used in Dubai. Let's get you a quick recap of what happened in some of these markets are important to point out. Of course, we saw the folly for the second day dropping zero point nine percent, and it was a tumultuous and global markets, and we have a busy few days ahead. The move was the biggest effect since falling one point seven percent on October twenty six apple contributing the most of that you would send you yields. Again, we talked earlier about the CFCC data basically showing that you speculators and asset managers are bearish across the curve. Yielding three point one eight for the ten year cable is in focus the folks at Allianz global investors shifted from short to long they've one of the biggest proponents of the short trade one twenty nine seventy two for that particular pair and copper futures are under pressure down one point nine percent. A little bit of concern. Again, what might happen with trade between the US and China? Let's check in on the first word headlines for you from around the world. Christine Burke is standing. By christine. Thanks to you. Turkey gave voice recordings related to.

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"christine burke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"christine burke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Supply. Christine. Hi. Who is most Iraq's ambition and progress being received by OPEC? Well, look everyone wants a piece of China's pie. I mean, China is the biggest buyer of oil and the global crude market. And so there's always going to be competition. Among major producers. I mean, you just look at Saudi Arabia, and then OPEC ally Russia, they have long been jockeying for that talk spot as biggest supplier to China. So what the to signal is that Iraq is going to jump further into that race. Perhaps we see some of the major producers trying to undercut each other by offering lower sales prices to China. It's kind of a bit too early to tell at this point in time. We'll need to see if Iraq is able to follow through and keep in mind OPEC is quite busy at the moment. I mean, they're trying to digest the Iran sanctions. And there's an interim meeting coming up on November eleventh in Abu Dhabi where they will discuss. The current market supply situation. We also got some mixed mixed signals from OPEC plus over the last few weeks in terms of what they're gonna do. The big meeting is just a few weeks out. We just we could sell when Iraq wants to do with the realities. And and sort of confines of of OPEC. Plus, well, I mean all the producers have been discussing whether or not it's necessary to increase supply in order to meet market demands. And I think the big thing going into the weeks ahead in the meetings ahead will be how countries continue to purchase Ron and oil under the waivers that were granted. And how much you supplies really coming onto the market. We've seen big increases in US oil inventories. And that's kind of put some concerns at bay in terms of there being any shortage of supply. So we'll need to see how things pan out as we see the market digest everything in the wake of the sanctions actually snapping back into place yesterday. All right. Thank you very much for that Christine that this Christine Burke shortly will be speaking exclusively to Darren would see your Exxon Mobil from the Bloomberg new economy forum in Singapore. That's going to be up next at ten AM Dubai time..

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Stocks fall sharply as tech leads sell-off

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

03:42 min | 2 years ago

Stocks fall sharply as tech leads sell-off

"Correction territory despite tesla earnings blowing away expectations. Yeah. The NASDAQ fellows, we we had a number of companies that suffers a massive massive losses specifically in the tech space. You saw Advanced Micro Devices slump on weak sales numbered. He had a big loss for AT and T after it posted a surprise loss in subscribers. Now when we looked at what happened with tesla. Surged in post market trading after it seems to have won back the confidence of the market with its third quarter results. Tesla reported at just at net income of two dollars and ninety cents a share that blew past estimates. Estimates are actually for a loss. And then tesla also said that it turned cash flow positive, which was a big thing that Wall Street was looking out for so we will absolutely be keeping an eye on pre market trading. When things kick off over in New York to see if that big rally for tesla post market can translate into gains for the day had all right Christine. Thanks, very much Christine Burke there with all the news you need to start your day. You can check out her work and the rest of our teams work on the daybreak newsletter. Type DIY be go on your terminal or check it out on your mobile device. I can highly recommend that. Let's get some more headlines now from around the world, here's Bloomberg's Leon Karen's. Good morning, Markus in a define speech. The crown prince of Saudi Arabia has promised Justice in the murder of journalist. Jamal casualty prince Mohammad bin Salman denied. The crime and signalled confidence in his authority, even as international outrage rages on. It is a heinous crime. That cannot be justified today. Saudi Arabia has carrying out all legal things to finalize the investigations to work with the cooperate with Turkish government and to present the perpetrators to the court Japanese Prime minister Shinzo while sets off for Beijing later today in the first such visit in seven years. Bloomberg's Isabel Reynolds reports Asia's two biggest economies have being prompted to set aside that differences as they both come under pressure from US President Donald Trump trade imbalances. Obey set to me, the Chinese president's fee, and from me and the two countries will agree to revive a currency swap agreement among a raft of deals to be agreed during the trip in Tokyo is about Reynolds, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. It's understood explosive devices mail to several high profile figures in the US were packed with shards of glass and powder. The FBI is analyzing the packages addressed to Barack Obama Hillary Clinton. George Soros and CNN's offices in New York City his ex presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. It is a troubling time isn't it, and it's a time of deep divisions. And we have to do everything we can to bring our country together and Turkey once Germany's a help deliver twenty billion dollar to necsports. Bloomberg's Birgit yennin has more. He will be faced with an economic wish-lists to expend Turkey's customs union with the EU and more generous credit guarantees for German investments in Turkey. The German minister is expected to send a message of goodwill to strengthen economic ties between the two countries in general. Bacteria break Europe. Global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm the guarantee this is Bloomberg markets. Thanks very much. Indeed Leon now with the morning sports has call embezzling Liverpool wrong cost to reach the knockout stages of the Champions League clubs men a

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"christine burke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"christine burke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Thirty AM in ninety minutes away from salt off trading week in the emerets. It's beautiful day. Let's go to the beach that I went headlines Christine Burke is with this morning. Kristen. Thanks man is President Trump supreme court pick. Brad Kavanagh has been confirmed after one of the most ferocious confirmation battles in history, overcoming allegations of school age sexual assault and claims by Democrats that he was dishonest in hearings. The Senate voted fifty to forty eight in favor of capital Republicans are hoping he'll cement conservative majority on the court while Democrats fear. He could help overturn the decision that legalized abortion. He could also provide the decisive vote on issues stemming from special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation of Trump. Zillions are set to cast their vote in the first round of the country's presidential election on Sunday polls show former army, captain Jabil scenario has widened his lead with about thirty seven percent votes. Followed by Workers Party candidate Fernando Haddad with twenty four percent, if no candidate wins a Geordie, which seems the most likely outcome. There will be a runoff on October twenty eighth. Chinese refiners held off on buying American oil in August amid trade tensions between Beijing and Washington. It's the first time since September two thousand sixteen China has not imported crude from the US while Beijing hasn't pushed ahead with its threat to slap a twenty percent tariff on US. Crude imports providers are worried the tensions will escalate. The EU is said to offer the UK free trade deal deeper than any agreement that's gone before. But will reject Prime Minister Theresa May's demands for friction Lewis trade,.

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"christine burke" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"christine burke" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Big stories on the daybreak writer, editor Christine Burke, joins us around the table. So Trump's now waiting Don Kavanagh's, Trump had a ninety minute press conference at the rose garden yesterday and the subject of Brett Kavanagh's drinking habits, and whether or not he misled or even lied to a Senate panel last week when he downplayed his alcohol use that came into question, and what Trump had to say was that look Kavanagh's testimony shows that yes, he has had a little bit of trouble with alcohol, but he noted that he believes that Cavanaugh has been unusually forthcoming and talking about his issues. Now, the president did completely dodge a question about whether or not concerns about alcohol abuse will play a factor in a bright Kavanagh's nomination to the supreme court bench. But I think the bigger issue here is that the concerns around cabinet nomination. I mean, of course, people are concerned about the sexual allegations of sexual assault again. Against him. But the wider issue is now becoming whether or not Kavanagh's actually, a truthful man, and whether or not he's a credible candidate to hold. The supreme court bench was almost like day after day we take a new direction can we pivot to banks which is the core of what we do. Standard Chartered take a pasting in the London market. Yes. The close the fine could be much bigger than we thought overrun. And that's what's earth the market. Yes. So people familiar have said that initial assessment showed that standard could face a penalty of one point five billion dollars from the US over violations of Iran sanctions now, these are really into violations from at least five years ago in are specifically related at least, according to one person familiar to whether Standard Chartered allowed Iranian-linked entities to move money through Dubai unit. Nausea said that one point five billion much larger than was expected and Instagram has a new boss has the void been filled them. Well, this new boss. His name is Adam Assyrian. He is a longtime Facebook veteran. He's been with the company something like ten years. He's known to be Zuckerberg ally he will take over as the head of Instagram after the original founders left. Remember that was a story that emerged last week. These founders were just reportedly experiencing some tension was October over the future of Instagram. So we have a Facebook veteran now in the post. Okay. Thank you very much Christine. With the very latest on daybreak agenda. Why be talking about the pilots spike briefly after Bloomberg reported that the UK Prime Minister Theresa may is prepared to offer an important you've Brexit concession two windy with the European Union. Sources inside the government tell us that it covers the so-called backstop to ensure an open border and Edwards joins us not from the conservative party conference in Birmingham. So this is the backstop. This could potentially be the unlocking of the difference between Theresa May's checkers proposal and the EU. What do we know? Yeah. Good morning Seamount in Yousef. He hasn't seen. This is all around the backs off the story that we reported yesterday moved to pound and gilt markets, but we'll have the support of a very crucial part of the government's infrastructure. If you like, and that is the dean or partners to the government because the UP essentially props up, the UK conservative party. It's UK conservative parties conference that I'm out here in Birmingham. And we're going to be speaking to only foster a little bit later on that. She leads the dean will she go for this? Because this potentially puts in place in further checks over the North Sea something that she is. So we in the past she is not going to tolerate so we'll see whether why is it. That's reason would see this is not breaking up the UK. But owning take a different view. We will get to that. We'll also be hearing Boris Johnson later on. It's decision time for him. Does he want to lead the party the former foreign secretary he speaks at around one o'clock today at a fringe event. He's not invited to speak on the main stage. We had a cabinet minister of cabinet minister yesterday defending Theresa May and defending her. Brexit. The Boris Johnson will be trying to rally the troops around his vision of break says is he going to manage to do that? Or is his start fading as perhaps the window of opportunity to lead the party closes as we get closer to March of next year. That's going to be a big focus for us. We're going to be speaking on that subject to here's to the man who succeeded him as foreign secretary. And that is Jeremy hunt's he will be joining us a little bit later. Later on this morning. He said. I'm not to look forward to as always. Thank you very much for that analyst chicken quickly on what's happening with these markets in Asia Equity session, that's under pressure. You have shortsellers reloading in Hong Kong stocks and currencies there slumping that was the key gap. But also Chinese stocks. They are not online. So some liquidity missing in that broader picture US equity futures call it a little bit lower. Keep an eye on the Indonesian repeat breaking the lows of nine.

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"christine burke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

09:33 min | 2 years ago

"christine burke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm Markus Karlsson right here in London at Bloomberg's European headquarters. Let me bring you up to date with these small kids Santa despite to gain for the S and P five hundred lost night's Asian equities faltering this morning. The regional benchmark index down by almost six tenths of one percent losses accelerating in the past how half hour or so to hang sang leading the retreat falling by one point nine percent as it's opened again after a long weekend Japanese Stokes going against the grain, though, we all seeing the Nikkei two five index higher for a third consecutive day rising by almost two tenths of one percent energy. Stocks have actually been leading the way higher in Asia as all prices hold onto near-four-year highs. Brent crude is at eighty five dollars nine cents while WTI is gaining by four tenths of one percent at seventy five dollars and sixty two cents the focus on falling exports from Iran, and whether the rest of OPEC will be able to pick up the pace US treasuries. Holding fairly steady in trading this morning. The ten year is at three point zero seven six percent. We are looking at Ozzy yield sir rising by about two basis points for the ten year this afternoon or be a decision to keep rates unchanged in affects the Bloomberg dollar spot index gaining traction some watts where seeing cable on the back foot ads. We're looking ahead to the Tory party conference than action. This this cheese day, one spot thirty twenty one is where we trading at the moment when it comes to cable, which means that starting is losing hair a little bit of steam by run about two tenths of one percent. The euro also on the back foot by about two tenths of one percent at six thirty am in London. It's time time for Bloomberg daybreak that's out on customer terminals, bringing you all the news you need to start your day. Let's get to the top headlines with daybreak editor Christine Harvey. She joins us around here. So let's start with the UK prime minister. She faces quite a busy agenda. On day three of the Tory party conference. Yes. A busy agenda. Indeed. Today's going to be all about whether or not we get some clarity on the potential compromise on the Irish border role. So remember yesterday, we heard that story that Theresa May may be willing to accept new checks on goods moving between the British mainland and Northern Ireland in exchange for the EU allowing the whole of the UK to remain in the customs regime now while that deal in theory could unlock further Brexit negotiations. We know that Northern Ireland's do you pee party has kind of been outspoken against something that would look like that. So I think it's today from the DUP party will be key. We also comments from Boris Johnson. And it'll be interesting to see whether or not he throws his hat into the ring. And officially makes it announcement that he may be going for possible premiership in the future. Maybe maybe not Theresa May suddenly featured on in the picture in daybreak. Today, Christine alongside Giovanni tree. The the Italian finance minister who is also facing adversity. He's tried but failed. It seems to persuade the EU that fiscal strategy is sound. Yeah. I mean, I think it's important to note that no matter what Italy has to say about its budget. I think it's going to met with skepticism because there are a lot of arguments out there that it's just not good enough to address the country's massive massive debt pile, and violates you rules that do require countries with such high debt levels to narrow their deficits not widen. It still we saw finance minister Giovanni tria spending. Most of the day yesterday. Tried to convince different you leaders of this two point six percent deficit target for twenty thousand nine he said that while the target may not be incomplete compliance with the EU. It does need to be viewed in the context of a slowdown in the eurozone economy and in Italy's economy, but that just wasn't enough. So the us Janklow. Yonker was not committed. All it actually said that the entire situation evokes memories for him, the Greek financial crisis at the creek and the Greek debt crisis, remember Greece only exit its bailout last month or rather in August. So it's October now. So yeah. Yeah. Memories still fresh about. Let's turn our attention to the oil market. You've got CitiGroup. Mr. add more stir commodities chief calling for American crude prices tend to get even cheaper relative to Brent what's driving the thinking by. So what Ed Morris is saying is that he sees a risk that WTI will fall further relative to bring it could become as much as fifteen dollars a barrel cheaper than Brent. Because of the fact that in the US you're seeing these pipelines bottlenecks, there's a lack of available pipeline space. And so what that means is that supply that's in the US cannot physically move around. It cannot get to the US Gulf coast to be exported. And so that should create a build up of supplies in the US and should drag on prices there. Meanwhile, over in London, you have the Brenton benchmark that's getting quite a bit of a boost on concerns that OPEC may not be able to. Make up any shortfall from the Iran Oil Sanctions of so two different stories there. He sees it that spread could widen out to as much as fifteen dollars a barrel. And that would be the deepest the biggest spreads since two thousand thirteen. Yeah, he's making the point as well that we could wait until the end of next year before those pipelines are open from Cushing before all of that oil starts flowing to the US Gulf coast. Now, one final story that I also wanted to touch on Christine is Standard Chartered's potential penalty of one and a half billion dollar for for violating sanctions on Iran. Yeah. So what people familiar I've said, well is that senators prepare preparing for a penalty about one and a half billion dollars related to sanctions or the violation of sanctions from around five years ago it relates to payments are money that was moved through Dubai unit and was related to some Iranian-linked businesses now that potential and now is just a preliminary figure and discussions to resolve this. You haven't actually kicked off yet. That's according to those people familiar, but we do know that this spine is much greater than a lot of analysts expected and the shares did not react so nicely to this news yesterday. Derek Christine for that daybreak editor Christine Burke live here on the set. Yeah. And for the news that you need to start your day. Bloomberg customers can access daybreak every morning at five thirty London time you do so by typing in D A Y B on the Bloomberg terminal an exercise that I go through Yousef every every morning now, let's get to Bloomberg's Leon guaranteed for more headlines from around the world, leeann good morning, Markus in Indonesia, the focus has to providing relief to the affected rather than searching for survivors following the deadly earthquake and see NAMI, Bloomberg's Rediker Donna reports from Jakarta. Aid is pouring from foreign local donors. Authorities are still making efforts to share food and drinking water to the fact it essential has already been hit by more than two hundred aftershocks death. Toll is likely to rise from eight hundred forty four as rescues gain access to more of devastation in Jakarta had Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Brazil's furrowed candidates Cheyenne Bolsonaro is seeing a beast in the latest opinion poll does days ahead of Sunday's presidential election. The former army camps in raise four points to thirty one percent in the survey compared with twenty seven percent in a poll last Wednesday. His leftist rival financial remains on twenty one points. There's a new location of misbehavior been leveled against supreme court nominee. Brett Bloomberg's Ed Baxter has the story a friend of Brad Kavanagh. At Yale says Cavanaugh misrepresented his drinking while at Yale in front of the Senate Judiciary committee. Bloomberg's ban Brody says Charles leading ten characterizes cavenaugh is being angry. Belligerent and aggressive after drinking beer London says in one incident, he got into an argument with a man ended up throwing a beer in his face, which led to a bar brawl with police called in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And Japanese Prime minister Shinzo all bays set to a point in new defense minister in a cabinet reshuffle later, Bloomberg's Isabel Reynolds says this comes after he won a third straight term. He's already announced he will keep key players, including finance minister, Taro Aso Abbas, challenging agenda is three year term trying to change the seventy one year old pacifist constitution as well. As shaking up the social security system to deal with the aging population in Tokyo Isabel Reynolds, Bloomberg daybreak global news twenty four hours a day on and tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts symbol, the one hundred twenty countries. I'm John Gibbons. This is Bloomberg Yussef. Thank you. Let's say get to the morning sports. Former manager Eddie how praised his resilient falling on victory over Crystal Palace. Guinea astonish slash hit the winning goal from the penalty spotlight's on to maintain. The host fast address thoughts are primarily campaign and move them up to seventh in the table. How tell Sky Sports it was important three point the difficult. Second of force focused a palace played. Well, and we took a little bit of a wall and a half to get an Australian. But once we did we had some great chances to the end of the game. It's a massive wind force Manchester City, my pet Guardiola has dismissed reports linking them with me for pari man star Kellyanne reports claimed city you're willing to break the world transfer record to bring the strike to the primary league in January, however, Guardia let says it's not.

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"christine burke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"christine burke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"News twenty four hours a day on air and talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Christine Burke. This is Bloomberg. Thanks christine. We are twenty four hours away from the US and China, deploying fresh tariffs and counter tariffs on a significant escalation two hundred billion dollars of Chinese products will be subject to levies from midnight Washington time, that's eight AM. If you're in Dubai tomorrow. China has called off trade talks with the United States that had been planned for this week wants the latest tariffs kick in a combined two hundred and fifty billion dollars of Chinese products face fees. That's almost half the value of imports from China last year. Meanwhile, you've got one hundred and ten billion dollars of goods from the United States that will become subject to Chinese tariffs. Let's get more on this conversation. Bring inside of a car. She's the chief portfolio manager art capital management. Welcome back to the program. I want to dig deeper into some of the products that are being taxed and some of the products that are being targeted. We put together a graphic that shows the top ten items that are being hit in the second round of Chinese tariff. That's in billions of dollars, you got bleached would. Pulp oakwood machines. Copper or Ellen g a lot more varied in composition side. You are concerned that the hawks are gonna be in the driving seat for quite a while. And this might get worse before it gets better. Look, you see lists of goods on Trump's this right now, it's basically playing to his base what I'm really conscious off are now is basically both China and the US comforted for touch for quite a long time from trade perspective. It seems that Trump is willing to go the extra mile and China's bit more passive, but I think at this point we spend some time doing this tit-for-tat business of tariffs back and forth. Now, there's a limited amount of tariffs that China can is. But on the on the other side of it. No one's really focusing.

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Amazon's Bezos says Trump should be 'glad' of media scrutiny

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00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Amazon's Bezos says Trump should be 'glad' of media scrutiny

"Said it's dangerous to vilify the news media, Amazon earn Washington Post owner Jeff basis, clearly criticized President Trump without naming him in a chat with the Carlyle group's David Rubenstein in Washington. I will say this. It is a mistake for any elected official in my opinion. I don't think this is very out their opinion to attack media and journalists I believe that it is an essential. Component of our democracy.

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Japan rejects Russia's surprise peace treaty

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Japan rejects Russia's surprise peace treaty

"Japan's rejected a surprise offer by Russian President Vladimir Putin on to prime minister Shinzo Rb to conclude a peace treaty between the two countries by the end of the year, the treaty which aims to resolve a territorial dispute over four islands will also be without preconditions claims. So came Putin and his summits in very Vostok on Wednesday. Bloomberg's Ilya heap off has more. Didn't respond to the invitation, which drew applause at the Vladivostok forum. There is absolutely no change in. Japan's perspective of resolving the problem over the northern territories before sitting at peace treaty, the Japanese chief cabinet secretary said

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"christine burke" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"christine burke" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"To make too many changes he is proven to be a consensusbuilder for these sound monetary and financial policy that he so strongly believes in president trump announced powell's nomination to replace janet yellen as chair of the federal reserve and powell even seemed to heap praise on her as the president it for giving the economy me back on track after the great recession of two thousand seven and eight were close to full employment and inflation has gradually moved up toward our target our financial system is also without doubt far stronger and more resilient than it was before the crisis with or without the gop tax cuts enacted powell is expected to continue a modest increase in interest rates to prevent overheating of the economy bob costantini washington bits ten after new york city is gearing up to play host to the world this weekend as people from all over the globe converged to run in the new york city marathon sunday steve kastenbaum says security will be tight in the wake of this week's truck attack but steve says the focus remains on the runners this sunday fifty thousand people are expected to cross the finish line in central park after running twenty six point two miles through all five boroughs in the new york city marathon it's one of the premier marathons in the world christine burke is a vp at new york roadrunners we like to call this the world's marathon where the world comes sera runners come from all fifty states as well there's something else that makes this race unique two and a half million spectators along the route the streets are a line four or five.

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