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"christopher waller" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:05 min | 3 months ago

"christopher waller" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Story. The Senate Banking Committee has approved President Trump's two nominees for the Federal Reserve Board of Governors. Denominations of Judy Shelton and Christopher Waller passed along party line votes. Shelton's nomination drew closer scrutiny from some Republicans for one published editorial that advocated a return to the gold standard and another in which he stated that the Fed should quote pursue amore coordinated relationship with both Congress and the president, Unquote. Interpreted as undermining the central bank's independence. Waller, meanwhile, has served as the research director at the ST Louis Federal Reserve Bank. The nominations now moved to the floor. But Senate Majority leader McConnell has declined to comment on when the full Senate vote would take place. George Bonds on the reporting shares were mostly lower nation on Wednesday is governments in the region reported surging Numbers of confirmed Corona virus cases. Stocks were treated in Tokyo, Hong Kong and Sydney, but edged higher in Shanghai breaking news and analysis a townhall dot com Wal Mart will close its namesake stores and Sam's clubs on Thanksgiving Day this year. The retailer wants to have its employees spend time with their families during the Corona virus. The move marks the first major indication of alcove. It will affect Black Friday store shopping, which for almost a decade kicked off with big crowds on the Turkey feast and expanded into Friday. Given Walmarts Cloud is the nation's largest retailer. Other major retailers could very well follow its lead. John Scott reporting NFL Players Association has agreed to the league's plan to drop all preseason games for the 2020 season. Union also agreed to an 80 player roster live it for training camp instead of the usual 90 players union plan came during a conference call on Tuesday. The league said playing preseason games became more and more unlikely because of the Corona virus. Pandemic. More of these stories, a townhall dot com Patrick pause. You're a do it yourself for you fix things around the house, Take care of the yard, Wash your car and.

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Senate Banking Committee Approves Contentious Nominee Judy Shelton for Federal Reserve Board

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:24 sec | 3 months ago

Senate Banking Committee Approves Contentious Nominee Judy Shelton for Federal Reserve Board

"We begin in Washington. Judy Shelton, President Trump's contentious picked for the Federal Reserve sport of Governors. Was cleared a key hurdle to confirmation by winning the approval of the majority of the Senate Banking Committee. She was back in the party load a party line vote today 13 to 12 committee also voted in favor of Fed nominee Christopher Waller, currently director of research at the ST Louis Fed. His nomination past 18 to

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"christopher waller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:43 min | 9 months ago

"christopher waller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The evening at two points during the day people in parkland will observe a moment of silence at ten seventeen AM in honor of the seventeen people who died and seventeen more who were injured and again at the minute the shooting began two years ago two twenty one PM for NPR news I'm Jessica big man in Miami two Republican senators have voiced concerns about one of president trump's picks for the federal reserve board a third senator says he is undecided on the nomination and B. R. Scott Horsley reports that could spell trouble for fed nominee Judy Shelton a single no vote for a Republican on the Senate banking committee could be enough to torpedo Judy Shelton's appointment to the central bank's board of governors Shelton got a bipartisan grilling during her confirmation hearing lawmakers questioned her past support for the gold standard man with her approach to monetary policy is too partisan to be trusted democratic senator Chris van Hollen asked why Shelton oppose cutting interest rates when the US was trying to dig out the Great Recession but supports cutting rates now when the economy is already in good shape the only thing that has changed is who's in the White House a second truck nominee for the fed board Christopher Waller got a warmer reception from the banking committee he appears headed for easy confirmation Scott Horsley NPR news Washington you're listening to NPR news from Washington this is W. NYC in New York I'm Richard hake good morning it's eight oh four thirty three degrees fair skies right now in New York City get the gloves hats and scarves out because it will get colder today temperatures expected to fall to around twenty degrees by five o'clock and then drop down to nineteen degrees later tonight the acting homeland security secretary.

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"christopher waller" Discussed on Wall Street Breakfast

Wall Street Breakfast

01:47 min | 9 months ago

"christopher waller" Discussed on Wall Street Breakfast

"The move is opposed by sprints controlling shareholder Soft Bank of Japan according to people close to its chairman Masayoshi. Sawn Sprint is down five point eight percent pre-market the latest nominees to the Federal Reserve. Will face a crucial test at a Senate grilling today. After the past who picks economist Stephen Moore and Herman Cain were rejected? Christopher Waller Director of research at the Saint Louis Fed is expected to easily pass muster though lawmakers will closely examine the views of Judy Shelton an advisor to the trump campaign in two thousand sixteen. She has a long history of Unorthodox. Economic commentary like questioning the basic role of the Fed calling for near zero interest rates and advocating for pegging the dollar to the gold standard fresh data from the Treasury Department showed the federal government posted a budget deficit of three hundred and eighty nine point. Two billion dollars in the first four months of fiscal twenty twenty. That's a twenty five percent gain over the same period last year and already about forty percent of the total deficit for fiscal two thousand nineteen tax receipts are usually on the rise comparatively but the rate of federal outlays is adding to the shortfall bringing the total national debt to twenty three point three trillion dollars worries about the European economy emerged on Wednesday. The euro fell to its weakest level against the dollar since twenty seventeen dropping as much as point four percent to a dollar and nine cents on top of a weakened economy impacts from the corona virus are likely to send Germany into recession while Jewish bank expects to post a contraction in the fourth quarter also weighing on sentiment is a lingering succession battle at the top of the German government a slump in euro-zone industrial.

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"christopher waller" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:58 min | 10 months ago

"christopher waller" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"To actually allow that new evidence to come forward and now the next alley as you can see will not want to talk about and also she's in the middle of a very difficult reelection race and using that exchange to fundraise for a campaign yeah it's awful I take it she or her staff no one has reached out to apologize to you now that I have not heard from them at all all right now as I mentioned Arizona senator Martha make Sally responding to C. N. N.'s wolf Blitzer who said he should apologize Martha make Sally later going on fox news saying quote I'm a fighter pilot I called it like it is at claiming a mainstream media reporter show a double standard in how they approach in question democratic versus Republican lawmakers he said quote there cheerleading the Democrats but they hate the president as she says that she won't issue an apology mix alley now a fundraising off of that exchange president trump says he intends to nominate two people to serve on the fed reserves influential board of governors we know their names that president trump mention them in July on Twitter he formally mentioned them yesterday one Judy Shelton she's an economic adviser also he she advised his campaign she recently served as the director here in the US of the European bank of reconstruction and development and Christopher Waller who is the director of research at the fed reserve bank of Saint Louis both will require confirmation by the Senate a process that can take months while there are more than likely it will be approved but as Shelton who is at the president's pick the first pick she will more than likely face some scrutiny in the confirmation process house speaker Nancy Pelosi blasting Facebook's behavior closely calling the social media giant in her backyard shameful it was in response to a question about the power held by CEO mark Zuckerberg Nancy Pelosi making the comments on Thursday.

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"christopher waller" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:13 min | 10 months ago

"christopher waller" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And fixed asset investment year to date a five point four percent now for all of twenty nineteen fifty eight percent of China's growth was down to consumption with investment at thirty one percent and eleven percent coming from net exports in Hong Kong Brian Curtis Bloomberg daybreak thank you Brian as the ink dries on the U. S. in China's phase one trade deal the E. U.'s new trade chief is questioning the agreement Phil Hogan says the E. you may bring a case to the WTO if it determines the deal violates trading rules the trade commissioner is also looking to boost Europe's relationship with America if we go about this in the right way and working together the mutual benefits can be very significant but if we fail to do so the damage would be significant on so Hogan calls White House terror threats short sighted electioneering and says president trumps America first agenda he's creating an international trade crisis the fed is also in focus today the White House says president trump plans to number eight Judy Shelton and Christopher Waller to the central bank the formal announcement in now moves the nominations to the Senate in the U. K. retail sales plunged in December declining six tenths of one percent in the pound weekend on the data currently it is trading at one thirty thirty five against the dollar on the corporate front gap shares up five percent in early trading the retailer is scrapping plans to spin off its Old Navy unit we get more from Bloomberg store in Holmen Old Navy has kind of slow down in growth it looks like the company saying Hey we're going to focus on the management side and not to this large a separation and the gap was one of the worst performing stocks in the S. and P. five hundred last year falling thirty one percent now let's get you up to date and how stocks are faring we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg get S. and P. futures are up eight points this morning Dow futures up seventy six nasdaq futures up thirty four the dachshund Germany is up seven tenths percent ten year treasury down to thirty seconds yields one point eight one percent and the yield on the two year one point five five percent NYMEX crude oils up half percent or thirty one cents to fifty eight eighty three a barrel and call make school this up a third of a percent straight ahead we have the latest world and national news and this is Bloomberg thanks Karen six thirty three on Wall Street and Michael floor.

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"christopher waller" Discussed on Wall Street Breakfast

Wall Street Breakfast

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"christopher waller" Discussed on Wall Street Breakfast

"Plus the plight cut agreement in vienna alliance which includes opec members russia and other producers will extend the group's production cuts of one point two million barrels per day until march twenty twenty quote i have no doubt in my mind that usa ogle peak plateau and then decline like every other base in in history saudi oil minister elite i'll finally told reporters until it does i think it's prudent to keep adjusting to is nominated as the new head of the cb i m f managing director christine lagarde is is expected to continue the policies of current chief mario draghi who's term expires on october thirty one president trump also tapped to economists to the central bank's board who are likely to support the culprit lower interest rates christopher waller director of research for saint louis fed president james bullard will only dissenting vote in favor of a rate cut the beds meeting in june as well as judy shelton an informal adviser to trump broadcom appears to still be on a buying spree with the chipmaker reportedly in advanced talks to acquire security software vendors symantec shares up a letter surged more than twenty percent after hours on tuesdays following the news but prior to the report the stock had lost about a third of its value since twenty seventeen do the management turnover an deteriorating earnings broadcom most recently boxy eight inc per eighteen point nine billion although it's effort to purchase qualcomm was blocked by the trump administration days after ab inbev made its biggest wind acquisition ever babe wine bianca hall giant revealed plans to raise up the nine point eight billion from hong kong listing of its asia pacific business it would be the world's largest initial public offering this year and give budweiser asia a market capitalization of up to sixty three point seven billion dollars the deal is expected to price in new york.

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"christopher waller" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"christopher waller" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Gold you want the dollar anchored to something I thank Judy I can't speak for her but I have had discussions with her I made that one good way of measuring where the dollar is headed where prices are headed is to look at Xander commodity indexes and that's where I see the deflation in a you know I was looking at the numbers just today that these commodities are down about twelve or thirteen percent in price over the last year ladies and gentlemen that's deflation right when you have falling bond prices of of everything from soybeans the copper down there and so I don't I would not characterize her as a as a dove I would characterize for someone who wants stable prices and also someone who does not believe this Phillips curve nonsense but somehow when you get more economic growth that somehow that raise the prices president trump says he'll also a name to the board Christopher Waller executive vice president and research director at the fed reserve bank of Saint Louis an Australian student released after a week of detention in north Korea's staying tight lipped about why he was detained Alex Szekely arrived Thursday in Tokyo only saying he's fine earlier.

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"christopher waller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"christopher waller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Forex trading involves significant risk of loss in Washington I'm Kimberly Adams in for David Brancaccio it was a big day for central banks yesterday Christine Lagarde is the new nominee to head the European central bank taking over as the European economy is slowing down and president trump who has attack to the U. S. federal reserve for raising interest rates said he will nominate two people to the fed who seem to support lower rates for more on this I'm joined live by market places Merial Sierra and then I'll let's start with one of the folks from named Judy Shelton who is she she was an economic adviser to president trump's campaign and now she runs an international Development Bank she has been a big critic of the fat although her policy views have changed over time so during the financial crisis she complained that the fed kept interest rates too low but now she says it needs to cut them back down to zero also for a long time she was in favor of a gold standard you know linking the U. S. dollar to the price of gold most economists don't think that's a good idea but she recently said that she wouldn't push that for that now I talk to Serra Bender at the Brookings Institution about all this I think that's what to generate the question mark about her what she would be like on the set let's say under future say democratic president would her monetary policy views change again okay so what we know about the president's other pick Christopher Waller he's a more conventional choice for the fat he's currently research director at the fed's regional bank in Saint Louis and he's done research suggesting that he'd be in favor of lowering interest rates he has also said he supports the fed's independence that central banks have to avoid changing rates for quote short term political reasons and both of these candidates would eventually need Senate approval market place's Merial Sagat thanks and let's do the numbers.

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"christopher waller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"christopher waller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Gonna changes are very lifestyle the reason we're here is for the cable one more on that story coming up in about ten fifteen minutes here on W. N. Y. six seventy six degrees right now heading up to a high of eighty eight today with mostly sunny skies tonight dropping down to a low of seventy three and then tomorrow for independence day once again it's going to be mostly sunny and quite warm with a high of eighty seven degrees right now at six fifty two some new players in the global game of interest rates marketplace morning report is supported by Kronos providing HR solutions for the modern work force and the people who support them learn more at Kronos dot com slash HR swagger and by four X. dot com committed to empowering and helping traders seize opportunities in currency markets since nineteen ninety nine four X. dot com it's your world trade it four X. trading involves significant risk of loss in Washington I'm Kimberly Adams in for David Brancaccio it was a big day for central banks yesterday Christine Lagarde is the new nominee to head the European central bank taking over as the European economy is slowing down and president trump who has attacked the U. S. federal reserve for raising interest rates said he will nominate two people to the fed who seem to support lower rates for more on this I'm joined live by market places Merial segera and merry out let's start with one of the folks trump named Christopher Waller who is he he's a more conventional pack for the fact he is currently research director at the Saint Louis fad it's one of the beds twelve regional banks he has done research suggesting he be in favor of lowering interest rates and he said he supports the fed's independence that central banks need to avoid changing rates for quote.

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"christopher waller" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"christopher waller" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"L. W. Hey Alexis I am for getting seven hundred W. L. W. from I heart radio stocks bonds and mutual funds to pay attention and get a clue the Bloomberg markets on seven hundred W. L. W. Huger signal a higher open ahead of a shortened trading day on wallstreet the markets are closed in the US tomorrow for the fourth of July S. and P. futures up eight points nasdaq futures up thirty Dow futures up fifty nine NYMEX crude is higher by eight tenths percent at fifty six dollars seventy two cents a barrel stocks edged higher on Wall Street yesterday with the S. and P. five hundred hitting a new high it was up three tenths percent president Donald Trump is strapped to a condom as for the central bank's board and both are likely to support the president's call for lower interest rates one Christopher Waller was drawn from within the feds own ranks as director for research for St Louis fed chief James Bullard the other Judy Shelton has spent decades outside mainstream economics and has been an informal adviser to president trump Shelton has said the fed should cut rates overseas European markets are higher after Asian markets slip today Gina survey Bloomberg radio six forty the sound like that of their job it's just well yeah I guess so so anyone pretty wide open well yeah yeah I was thinking about that just like I would think of going fast and things like that nothing to worry about rate looks like you know the two seventy five both seventy five and seventy one again some down yeah I was just checking that out right now that's exactly the case on look taking a look at seventy five just above two seventy five it's pretty wet right there but even with that the traffic volume is fairly light so you're not slowing down through Westchester at all the free car washes thank you that's that's a good way to look at you are just Mr padre that's me glass half full moon from the UC help traffic center the UC help orthopedics and sports medicine program at UC Medical Center was recently ranked as high performing by U. S. news and World Report northbound seventy five through northern Kentucky that's dry and notably out of linger into downtown north bound for seventy one that's looking pretty good a grant to Chuck Ingram newsradio seven hundred W. all WS report is sponsored by a staples at staples there's a whole lot in store come in right now for a ream of staples.

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Trump says he intends to nominate Christopher Waller, Judy Shelton for Fed board

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Trump says he intends to nominate Christopher Waller, Judy Shelton for Fed board

"President trump announced two new nominees for the federal reserve board today NPR's Scott Horsley reports two of trump's earlier picks for the central bank were forced to bow out trouble is that Twitter that he plans to nominate Christopher Waller and Judy Shelton to the fed seven member board of governors Waller has a conventional resume he was an economics professor at Notre Dame and now serves as director of research for the federal reserve bank of Saint Louis Sheldon is more of a wild card she's advocated a return to the gold standard and also told CNBC last month she like to cut interest rates to zero within a year or two the president's last two fed nominees Stephen Moore man Herman Cain dropped out of contention before either man was formally nominated critics describe more and Kane is overly political putting the central bank's independence in potential

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"christopher waller" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"christopher waller" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Breaking news because we have president trump post saying that he's planning to nominate Christopher Waller to the fed's board of governors Mister Waller is currently an official with the St Louis fed bank well in terms of the fed we also had the president of the Cleveland fed bank Loretta master today laying out an argument against a rate cut this month this is one of the things the market has been debating on the other side of that argument was the C. I. O. of pimco telling us earlier today here at Bloomberg the fed is likely to cut rates twenty five basis points at the July meeting time now for the morning call to attend the Derry is here choose a reporter for Bloomberg macros walk so we had at least a record for the S. and P. five hundred stocks did manage to close at a record a record high here dog despite a chopping goes session stocks were going back and forth at the beginning of the day but may in managed to close about three tenths of a percent higher haven assets also so a bit as markets awaited economic data around the July fourth holiday here in the US the ten year yield fell to one point nine seven four percent while gold search back above fourteen hundred dollars an ounce in a fax a slightly weaker dollar and a strong Japanese yen on and that's likely wing on futures there Nikki teachers down forty points right now well Australian contracts are down eleven in economic data had would have China reporting a June anti sheen PMI swell the straw that post its own private private sector survey off factor activity live from the first breaking news desk I'm tots unitaria talk all right to hear live breaking news on the Bloomberg terminal S. Q. U. A. is the function let's get to San Francisco at Baxter is in the Bloomberg nine sixty newsroom with the latest in global news headlines at a hard Douglas said trump administration of.

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"christopher waller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"christopher waller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm, Joel Snyder in Los Angeles and alleged gunman is in custody following a shooting and hostage taking that left at least. One, person dead inside a trader Joe's grocery store NPR's twelve psych how has more from LA Silverlake neighborhood where police arrested. The man moments after police made, the, arrest, LAPD. Chief Michael Moore told reporters that the investigation is still early but more gave a description of, the man is twenty eight years of. Age and he shot his grandmother multiple times Of course, of that attack a young woman was also injured and he forcibly took her from that residence in drug. Or to a vehicle and then left the scene police pursued the man in a car exchanging gunfire more added saying the alleged gunman ultimately crashed near the trader, Joe's store one inside and took between forty, to fifty people hostage doi- fleas cycle tau NPR news Los Angeles Trump administration has, released hundreds of pages of documents related to the FBI. Surveillance of Carter page the former Trump campaigned advisor documents released to the New York Times and. Other media organizations that have filed suit to get them a. Detail the Casey. FBI made to. A federal judge as part of the investigation into whether page had conspired with the Russian government to influence the. Two thousand sixteen election the outcome of US trade negotiations, with China the European Union and others still very much up in the air, and Steve Beck no reports a federal Reserve is wary of how President Trump's tariff threats could affect the economy it's not easy to forecast the impact of higher tariffs on foreign goods, and retaliatory tariffs on US products Christopher Waller is top economist at the Saint Louis Federal Reserve Bank he. Says total GDP growth may not change much if imports fall as much as exports but warned of huge redistribution effects for instance in steel. Tariffs were hiked steel producing firms or expanding but steel users are contracting he says consumers will pay more for products containing steel unless firms can cut other costs, or trim prophets and Waller says trade uncertainty, has caused a lot of hesitation on business investment for NPR news I'm Steve back, at Cape Canaveral overnight Dr accompany space x lit. Up the, night sky launching communications.

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"christopher waller" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"christopher waller" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We're actually all addicted to anger. You're causing me to question all of my personal interactions with other people activists points. Awesome. I'm an. Strange Samson this hour how to take all that anger and channel at independent of. Outcomes Versus Live from NPR news in Washington on Giles Snyder in Los Angeles and alleged gunman is in custody following a shooting and. Hostage taking that left at least one person dead inside a trader Joe's grocery. Store NPR's twelve. Psych how has more from LA Silverlake neighborhood where police arrested the man moments after police made the arrest LAPD. Chief Michael Moore told reporters that the investigation is still early but more gave a description of the. Man the is partly twenty eight years of age and he shot grandmother multiple times in the course of that. Attack a young woman was also injured and he forcibly took her from that residence in drugger to a vehicle and then left the scene police pursued the man in a car exchanging. Gunfire more added saying the alleged gunman ultimately crashed near the trader Joe's store one inside and took between forty to fifty people hostage Dwarf cycle tau NPR news Los Angeles Trump administration has released hundreds of pages of documents related to the FBI surveillance of Carter page the former Trump campaign advisor the documents released to. The New York Times and other media organizations that have filed. Suit to get. Them a detail. The Casey f. b. i. made to a federal judge as part of the investigation into whether page had conspired. With the Russian government to influence the two thousand sixteen election the outcome of US trade negotiations with. China the European Union and other still very much up in the air and Steve Bucknor reports Federal Reserve is. Wary of how President Trump's tariff threats could affect the economy it's not easy to forecast the impact of higher tariffs on foreign goods and retaliatory tariffs on US products Christopher Waller is. Top economist at the Saint Louis Federal Reserve Bank he says total GDP growth may not change much if imports fall as much As exports but warned of huge redistribution effects for. Instance since steel tariffs were hiked steel producing firms or expanding but still users. Are contracting he says consumers will pay more for products containing steel unless firms can cut other costs or. Trim prophets and Waller says trade uncertainty has caused, a lot of. Hesitation on, business investment for NPR news I'm Steve back at Cape Canaveral overnight The private company space acts lit. Up the, night sky launching a communication satellite into orbit using the, company's upgraded falcon nine rocket. Rockets first, stage booster then successfully landed on a barge off the Florida coast this is the second time this particular booster, has been used SpaceX is preparing for another launch on Wednesday from California's Vandenberg. Air Force base this is NPR news To Oregon now we're, fire officials say they are making progress battling what has been designated the nation's top firefighting priority Erica crews cafaro from Oregon public, broadcaster reports the substation fire is burning in the, heart of the state sweet country fire officials say they contained almost half of the fires perimeter it's burned over one. Hundred and twenty six square miles of mostly farmland in north. Central Oregon where is a top export estimates show nearly half of the crop in Wasco, county may have been torched by the. Blaze devastating blow to farmers who just entered harvest season Lieutenant Damon Simmons with the Oregon state farm marshal's office says it's just the. Beginning of, what, will be along, wildfire season, we feel like we're. In a good place on this, buyer we're going to be able. To free up some news, crews to go by other fires. But we're going to be stretched summer a criminal investigation. Into the cause of the fire is underway local and state. Officials have suggested it was human caused for NPR news I'm Erica Chris Guevarra. And golf Tiger Woods Is seeking. To break a long drought woods has not won a major tournament and ten years but, he is in contention on this a. Final day at the British Open anti says a win is possible is certainly as possible I I've shown that I've been there close. Enough with, the, chance to win. This year Given what happened in the last, few years you know I did not have. Ever, happen again but here I am a chance come on Sunday in a major championship Woods is, forest strokes back from.

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"christopher waller" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"christopher waller" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Police in the northern german city of hamburg nels say they believe that a twenty six year old man who stabbed several people in a supermarket yesterday acted alone of fifty year old man died and at least five others were injured authorities say the attacker was born in the united arab emirates they say he had a religious motive but also appears to have that psychological problems the gdp or a gross domestic product grew faster in the april to june period but steep back nurses wages and prices continue to lag far behind driven by consumer spending in business investment real gdp grew two point six percent in the second quarter more than double the first quarter pace but inflation remains stubbornly low well under the federal reserve two percent target st louis fed chief economist christopher waller says that is the biggest concern the commerce department score price index the fed's favorite inflation gauge rose just nine tenths of a percent down from one point eight percent in the first quarter wage gains also remained disappointing the labor department's employment cost index rose just half a percent with inflation minimal waller sees no need for the fed to raise interest rates for npr news i'm steve back nerd and california electric car maker slow through a party last night at which the first thirty bottle three vehicles were handed over to their new owners all of them tussle employees tussle is planning to begin delivering the model three in september to those on a waiting lists accompanies ramping up to fulfill more than half a million reservations.

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"christopher waller" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"christopher waller" Discussed on KPCC

"The nasdaq was down seven the s p off three this is npr news the gdp or gross domestic product grew faster in the april to june period but steve bucknor says wages and prices continued to lag far behind driven by consumer spending and business investment real gdp grew two point six percent in the second quarter more than double the first quarter pace but inflation remains stubbornly low well under the federal reserve two percent target st louis fed chief economist christopher waller says that is the biggest concern the commerce department score price index the fed's favorite inflation gauge rose just nine tenths of a percent down from one point eight percent in the first quarter her wage gains also remained disappointing labor department's employment cost index rose just half a percent with inflation minimal waller sees no need for the fed to raise interest rates for npr news i'm steve back ner for the first time the federal government is proposing cutting the nicotine level and cigarette so they earn so addictive food and drug administration chief scott gottlieb is directing the agency staff to develop new regulations on nicotine he also says the fda is giving each cigarette makers four more years to comply with a review of products already on the market a soyuz space capsule has docked with the international space station carrying and american astronaut a russian cosmonaut and an italian astronaut the three will boost the iss crude of sex the incoming crew will work on more than two hundred fifty experiments in fields such as biology human research physical sciences and technology development i'm jim hark npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include the.

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"christopher waller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"christopher waller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The press secretary jim mattis said that capability does not bring the us closer to war he said quote diplomatic efforts remain under way tom bowman npr news washington a mixed day on wall street friday the dow gaining thirty three points the nasdaq was down seven the s p off three this is npr news the gdp or gross domestic product grew faster in the april to june period but steve bucknor says wages and prices continued to lag far behind driven by consumer spending and business investment real gdp grew two point six percent in the second quarter more than double the first quarter pace but inflation remains stubbornly low well under the federal reserve twopercent target st louis fed chief economist christopher waller says that is the biggest concern the commerce department score price index the fed's favorite inflation gauge rose just nine tenth of a percent down from one point eight percent in the first quarter her wage gains also remained disappointing the labor department's employment cost index rose just half a percent with inflation minimal waller sees no need for the fed to raise interest rates for npr news i'm steve back in there for the first time the federal government is proposing cutting the nicotine level on cigarettes so they aren't so addictive food and drug administration chief scott got lead is directing the agency staff to develop new regulations on nicotine he also says the fda is giving each cigarette makers four more years to comply with a review of products already on the market a soyuz space capsule has docked with the international space station carrying and the merge eric an astronaut a russian cosmonaut and an italian astronaut the three will boost the iss crew to six the incoming crew will work on more than two hundred fifty experiments in fields such as biology human research physical sciences and technology development i'm jim hark npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include the kauffman foundation working with communities.

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"christopher waller" Discussed on NPR News Now

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01:56 min | 3 years ago

"christopher waller" Discussed on NPR News Now

"The gdp or gross domestic product grew faster in the apriljune period but steve bucknor says wages and prices continue to lag far behind driven by consumer spending and business investment real gdp grew two point six percent in the second quarter more than double the first quarter pace but inflation remained stubbornly low well under the federal reserve two percent target st louis fed chief economist christopher waller says that is the biggest concern the commerce department score price index the fed's favorite inflation gauge rose just nine tenths of a percent down from one point eight percent in the first quarter wage gains also remained disappointing the labor department's employment cost index rose just half a percent with inflation minimal waller sees no need for the fed to raise interest rates for npr news i'm steve back ner for the first time the federal government is proposing cutting the nicotine level and cigarette so they aren't so addictive food and drug administration chief scott gottlieb is directing the agency staff to develop new regulations on nicotine he also says the fda is giving each cigarette makers four more years to comply with a review of products already on the market a soyuz space capsule has docked with the international space station carrying an american astronaut a russian cosmonaut and an italian astronaut the three will boost the iss crew to six the incoming crew will work on more than two hundred fifty experiments in fields such as biology human research physical sciences and technology development i'm jim hawk npr news in washington support for this podcast and the following message come from almond board of california did you know the allman community ads eleven billion dollars to the local economy to grow would you know about almonds visit allman sustainability dot org.

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