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A highlight from 683:Binance Exits Russia & SECs High-Stakes Terraform Probe
"Good evening, and welcome to The Crypto Overnight -er. I'm Nick Ademus, and I will be your host as we take a look at the latest cryptocurrency news and analysis. So sit back, relax, and let's get started. And remember, none of this is financial advice. And it's 10 p .m. Pacific on Thursday, September 28th, 2023. Welcome back to The Crypto Overnight -er, where we have no sponsors, no hidden agendas, and no BS. But we do have the news, so let's talk about that. Tonight, we're diving deep into the intersections of law and crypto. Whether it's Binance cutting ties with Russia, the SEC's ongoing tussle with Terraform Labs, or the courtroom drama unfolding around Sam Bankman -Fried, legal battles are shaping the landscape. But that's not all. Central banks are toying with DeFi, while PayPal is making strategic crypto alliances. It's a jam -packed night tonight, folks. Let's get started. Binance sold its entire Russian business to ComEx. This move comes as Binance faces mounting legal risks in Russia. ComEx is a newly -launched crypto exchange. It offers a wide range of products, including Spot, Futures, and P2P services. Binance's chief compliance officer, Noah Perlman, stated that operating in Russia is not compatible with Binance's compliance strategy. He said they're focusing their energy on the 100 -plus other countries where they operate. Binance assured that all assets of existing Russian users are safe. The offboarding process may take up to a year. Binance will work with ComEx to migrate its assets. Unlike other international deals in Russia, Binance will have no ongoing revenue split from the sale, nor does it maintain any option to buy back shares in the business. Last month, Binance removed five sanctioned Russian lenders from its site. The Wall Street Journal reported that Binance was helping Russians move money abroad. This came after U .S. Justice Department investigations into whether Binance had been used by Russians to evade U .S. sanctions. Binance CEO, Chengpeng Zhao, took to Twitter to clarify some points. He said that ComEx does not service U .S. or EU users. They have IP address checks and KYC blocks in place, which was something that Binance asked for in the deal. CZ also clarified that he holds no shares in ComEx and didn't financially benefit from the deal. CZ also mentioned that some former Binance team members from the Commonwealth of the Independent States may transition to ComEx. He thinks that's a good thing. The sale of Binance's Russian unit to ComEx is a significant move. It speaks volumes about the regulatory landscape crypto businesses are navigating in. Binance's decision to exit Russia is a clear sign that the exchange is taking compliance seriously, especially in the face of U .S. sanctions and ongoing investigations. This could be seen as a strategic retreat to focus on markets where the regulatory environment is more favorable. CZ's denial of ownership in ComEx is noteworthy. It dispels rumors and adds a layer of transparency to the deal. The fact that ComEx will not service EU or U .S. users is also significant. It shows that the new exchange is taking a cautious approach to compliance, likely to avoid the pitfalls that Binance itself encountered. The offboarding process for existing Russian users will take up to a year, which raises questions about the logistics and security of such a transition. That's a long window that could be exploited if not managed carefully. The absence of an ongoing revenue split or a buyback option in the deal indicates that Binance is cutting ties with Russia in a very final manner. This isn't a temporary measure, but a calculated exit. It's clear that Binance is tightening its compliance strategy. They're exiting a market fraught with legal risks to focus on more compliant operations. Even giants like Binance have to play by some rules or at least know when to exit the game. All right, you've just heard about Binance's tactical exit from Russia, a development that cannot be ignored. Compliance is the new battlefield and it's reshaping the crypto world. But while Binance is navigating Russian law, let's pivot to U .S. shores where another legal battle is simmering. Make sure to hit that like button and subscribe to stay updated.
Fresh update on "comex" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"European stocks advancing futures this morning. They're pretty much little change. The dollar falling before comments from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell that may offer some clues about the path of interest rates. Again, futures are little change as the S &P 500 comes off. One of its strongest November's on record and we check the markets all day long here on Bloomberg. S &P and NASDAQ futures Futures little change. Down futures up a tenth of a percent or 46 points. Ten year treasury little change. Yield 4 .32 percent. Yield on the two year 4 .67 percent. 9X crude oil up two tenths of a percent at 14 cents $76 .08 a barrel. COMEX gold up two tenths of a percent or $4 .40 at 2061 .50 an ounce. The euro 1 .0894 against the dollar. British crowd 1 .2652. The yen 148 .01. Bitcoin's up 2 .3 percent at $38 ,600. That's a Bloomberg Business Flash. here's Now Michael Barr with more on what's going on around the world. Karen, Israel resumed combat against Hamas in the Gaza Strip after a week -long truce between the two sides ended this morning. Under the truce Hamas freed some of hostages the each day and Israel released Palestinian prisoners and allowed more aid into Gaza. Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky says the war with Russia is in a new stage. He says winter is expected to complicate fighting. A summer counteroffensive failed to produce desired results due to shortages of weapons and ground forces. In Thursday Night Football, the Cowboys kicked off week 13 with a 41 -35 win over the Seahawks. In the NBA, the Knicks and Warriors players won, the Nets lost. In hockey, the Islanders and Devils both won. In overtime, Bruins and Capitals also winners. Global News 24 hours a day and whenever you want it. With the Bloomberg News Now, this is Bloomberg. Now a look at the front pages. What's making Nationals lost. Your daily roundup of today's headlines from major publications. Just about Wall Street. I'm Nathan Hager. Let's check those front pages now with Bloomberg's Lisa Mateo starting with some palace intrigue reported by the New York Post that Elon Musk may have been behind move the to briefly oust Sam Altman as CEO of OpenAI Lisa. Hornets fans won. Install their Pro Ice semifinal F asset. So sources are saying that Musk has this the Clippers. helped co -found OpenAI as a non -profit back in 2015. So the extent of as possible iel couldn't go on. He actually shared an the Emirates. letter next from former employees that accuses Altman of quote deceit and manipulation. He Jay also Randolph also shared a story that the board had been warned of a breakthrough that
"comex" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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Fresh update on "comex" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"Trends car releases and anything else that drives us driven the kyron and awesome today subscribe on Apple Spotify and anywhere asked markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a at bloomberg .com on Bloomberg television and the Bloomberg Business Act this flash and And it's 540 on Wall Street. I'm Karen Moscow and futures this morning pretty much little changed S &P and Nasdaq futures anyway Dow futures up a tenth of a percent or about 50 points the decks in Germany is up eight tenths of a percent this as we start a new month the ten -year Treasury up to 30 seconds yield 4 31 % in the yield on the two -year 4 .66 % and I'm excrete oil is up four tenths of a percent or 29 cents at seventy six dollars 25 cents a barrel comex gold up three tenths of a percent or six dollars ten cents at 2063 40 an ounce the euro 1 .08 89 against the dollar British pound 1 645 and the yen 148 .03 and that's a Bloomberg Business Flash now here's Michael Barr with more what's on going on around the world Michael Karen the ceasefire between Israel and Hamas expired overnight Israeli fighter jets once again striking Hamas targets in Gaza during the seven -day truce Hamas released more than a hundred hostages including eight yesterday in exchange for the hostages dozens more Palestinian women and teenagers were freed from Israeli prisons a gag order it was reinstated on former president Trump in the New York civil fraud trial against him judge Arthur and Gorin overseeing the trial says he will graciously and vigorously enforce it in Thursday night football the Cowboys beat the Seahawks 41 35 in the NBA the Knicks and Warriors won the Nets lost in hockey the Islanders and Devils both in won OT Bruins Capitals also winners global news 24 hours a day and whenever you want it with Bloomberg News Now I'm Michael Barr this is Bloomberg Nathan alright Michael thank you we're coming up to 542 on Wall Street you're listening to Bloomberg Daybreak I'm Nathan Hager alongside Karen Moscow this morning well what November to remember whether you were invested in stocks or bonds certainly profitable for investors so now that we're entering a new month year can this historic rally we've seen for investments continue let's ask Rebecca Patterson former chief investment strategist at Bridgewater Rebecca? so hey good morning good morning yeah I think it could continue the rally could continue into the year end and and the main reason I think that is because we had a huge amount of investor capital this year move into money market funds the estimates were that it could be as big as 1 .5 trillion with a T and so now that you have more signs that the Fed is probably done hiking and the data for now suggest a Goldilocks soft landing that money is moving out moving it's out the curve into bonds it's moving back in equities it's moving into credit it's moving into gold pretty much except everywhere oil markets right now the data for now what are you looking at that could put this rally potentially to bed yeah you picked on up my caveat there so you know markets are discounting a kind of perfect Olympic you know stick the landing soft landing for next year with earnings growth 10 % or slightly higher with 100 basis points of rate cuts coming between May and early so 2025 you have to get inflation down without having any undue harm to the consumer and spending and that is possible but that's what's discounted so the risk to the market is that you get data you get fed commentary you get earnings guidance from corporate executives that suggest it might not be quite so easy that you might have a bobble on the balance beam and I think that's certainly possible we saw OPEC this morning taking more steps to cut or last night to cut production and try to support oil prices certainly anything that pushed up commodity prices could feed its way through to inflation the Fed may not want to cut as much as is priced in next year simply because inflation's not at two John Williams at the New York Fed yesterday at a conference I was at was saying and in this is line with the broader Fed he doesn't think inflation gets back down towards two until 2025 5 yes so the Fed can cut before inflation gets to target but are they going a to cut hundred basis points or more with inflation still well above the target that's big question I have you mentioned president Williams we've heard from other regional bank presidents as well who are giving sort of mixed messages about where they see the path for inflation and whether there is room for rate cuts next year this all sets us up for chairman Powell who's gonna be speaking later on today in Atlanta what are you expecting from chairman Powell today you know without being able to read his mind which would be lovely I think you're going to get something similar to what we heard from president Williams yesterday in other words so far so good growth is slowing but modestly inflation is coming but they have to but they know there's a lot of uncertainty and they still have to be vigilant if the Fed were to make it obvious that we're in the clear you would have I believe a big rally in equities you would get an even faster move down in bond yields and that would work against the Fed's goals by having that much wealth creation that much stimulus if you will through the financial markets it could strengthen the economy and make the Fed's job that much harder so that's main the thing but also it's a question around their credibility if you're talking more dovishly with inflation still about three percent it puts their it puts their you know commitment to the two percent target in question so I think today you'll probably still get a we're watching carefully there's a lot of uncertainty and we're not looking to cut yet so I think it'll be similar to yesterday from Powell okay so you are thinking that the pricing that we're starting to see in the market that we could get you know multiple rate cuts you mentioned maybe a hundred rate cuts next year that that could start to shift and what that could potentially mean for the rally into 2024 exactly so the market is discounting the first rate cut in May and then about a hundred rate cuts between May and early 2025 while some rate cuts could happen next year if inflation does continue to come down to me it seems like a lot with the inflation still above the 2 % target so if interest rates discount rates are higher than expected it doesn't necessarily mean we get a bear market in equities but it certainly creates a headwind for equities so you could be looking at a market that's more range -bound again the other big piece of the puzzle it's not just the borrowing costs for companies it's also and consumers it's also consumer strength so we seeing are signs that the consumer is moderating how much do they moderate next year it really ends up being in the hands of the wealthy consumer the lower -income cohorts have spent their excess savings they're relying much more heavily on credit cards they're being hit relatively harder by the higher prices in absolute terms so they're not as spending as much we see that in things like walmart target guidance from companies so it really is going to depend the wealthy consumer they have ability the to spend they still have excess savings they have a great lift from housing and wealth through the last few years but do they have the desire to keep spending next year you need the consumer to keep spending and you need interest rates to come down for the market to meet expectations i think it's a big question mark yeah i don't know if they'll keep spending if they'll slow down a little or slow down a thanks rebecca great having you on with us uh...
"comex" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of a 103 points at 40 93. The Dow Jones Industrial Average of 2.1% or 707 points at 34,707. And the NASDAQ's up 3.6% or 405 points at 11,553. Ten year treasury up one in 1430 seconds, yield 3.44%, they yield on the two year 4.17%. Nymex crude oil at 1.9% of a dollar 35 at $74, 53 cents a barrel. Comex gold is up 2.2% of $39 80 cents at 1832, 30 an ounce. The Euro 1.0660 against the dollar of the yet one 34.89, and Bitcoin this morning at 4.3% at $17,900. Tom and Paul. Karen, thanks so much, greatly appreciate that Ed Morse out Citigroup writing up the outlook pretty cautious on oil, but singular out in the commodity space he looks for gold with optimism 1832. The ounce off that gloom of a number of weeks ago as well. So you line up the keen rolodex folks, and you say, who's the one person you want to talk to? After this market reaction to a change in your painful inflation and there's no question, it is a gentleman who used to make Wall Street stop. We were talking about M two M three and Thursday afternoons. Long ago, in far away, maybe on a monthly basis, David Rosenberg at Merrill Lynch would publish a report in down the column. I make David, I think it was the right hand side, was a slicing and dicing of an inflation, which you basically invented for Wall Street. What is a slicing and dicing of these aggregates some statistics look like this morning? Well, well, thanks for that wonderful introduction, Tom. I didn't write it. Bill Farrell wrote, you don't see me blushing. I'm sure I wrote it. But I think that the most important number today was the CPI that strips out food energy and shelter. And that deflated by .1% for the second month in a row. And I say it's important because that really reflects what's happening in terms of pricing broadly speaking in the cyclical segments of the economy. I look at that subset and it's away from the agony that all of our listeners face ran housing, food food, food, food, food. I'm sure it's the same up in your Canada as well. Should they feel good that there's disinflation, even though they're seeing food inflation which pushes against your core number? Well, look, even when you count in all the things you're talking about, say food and shelter, we know that energy was weak. Oil well off its highs. But the headline was at .1. You can almost call it flat. So when you look at the hundreds and thousands of things that go into the CPI, even with the things that are still going up, it was still a very benign number, right? I want to really meld in here like I do with Michael darda, David Rosenberg, you're brilliant newsletters that combine market analysis with fed and economic analysis, but just one history lesson here. And this is not back to when the Montreal Canadiens actually used to win David. I just want to talk about the stochastic nature of inflation. The history as it goes up, and it comes down usually with a vengeance. Is that where we are right now, we're going to see a pointy inflation surge that comes down quickly. Well, you always have to take a look at what the source and the cause of the inflation. And what makes this is not people like to compare Powell to Arthur burns and compare everything today to the 1970s and it's really completely irrelevant. I think that what you want to do is go back a century and see what inflation did. When we had dual global supply shots taking place at the same time, which was World War I followed by the Spanish flu. We had a global cost push inflation shock. Of course, for a while, it was fueled by excessive monetary easing and fiscal policy stimulus. That's all in the rearview mirror. And the supply shocks are in the rearview mirror as well. To a large extent, not completely, but what I'm trying to say is when we had a war and we had a healthcare shock that upset whatever global supply chains we had at the time, we had in late heading into 1916, 1920, we had 5 years of double digit inflation. And then once these pressure subsided and of course the recession also helped cause we had ten years of rapid disinflation. So from my lens, looking at this bird's eye view, what do we have on our hands? We have whether you have a soft landing view or a recession view, the economy on the demand side is clearly slowing. And the supply pressures globally. And you see that in freight rates, you see that, probably in commodities, you see that in supply delivery, delays and order backlogs. Some of these measures are back below where they were pre COVID. Inflation, Tom, it's like a race between watching grass grow and paint dry. It's a process. Inflation is going to come down materially in the coming year. And probably the next two years. But it's a slow moving train. Okay, that's right. Where I wanted to go in terms of the fed ballet, a quick market check folks with David Rosenberg, Rosenberg research, perfect to speak to this morning, and that is a Dow up 550 points 1.6%, less than the surge, but still, wow, SPX up a greater 2.3%, 93 points, NASDAQ 100 leads 3.2% move. David, so we get some disinflation. We come down, but I'm going to guess, are you going to tell me we're going to get to mister Powell's 2%? John Taylor's 2% or do we need to revisit Olivia blunt charge three ish percent? Well, I guess the answer is yes to both. We're going to go to 3% in the coming year and most likely to 2% or lower, if not in the next 12 months in the next 12 months to 18 months. So 3% will be a detour down a 2%. And we could be in a situation where inflation actually goes back to zero. And goes negative. I'm not going to say it stays negative. I did that in 2009. It is to stay negative. The key issue will be because right now we're talking about subsiding supply pressures. We're talking about cyclical demand downside pressures. This is the business cycle to play and of course the fact that the fiscal and monetary stimulus is in the rearview mirror. So there's a lot of disinflation forces at play. The question which I tip my hat to the people that say, you know, we're taking a look over the next three 5, ten years we're going to be in a new inflationary era because of the because of labor supply issues.
Fresh update on "comex" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
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"comex" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Stocks are extending declines as investors assess the growth outlook as monetary policy Titans and the impact of higher prices on earnings The dollar and treasury has gained him at a pickup in haven bids The S&P has fallen over 3% as all 11 main industry groups declined target tumbled more than 25% after trimming its profit forecast due to a surge in costs shares of retailers from Walmart to Macy's also are sliding The NASDAQ fell the most among major benchmarks as growth related stocks sank mega cap Apple Microsoft and Amazon.com Fell more than 3% In fact the apple now is down 4.3% at one 42 83 per share Let's take a look at the S&P is down just about 3% down a 120 The Dow is down two and a half percent down 806 off earlier lows and the NASDAQ is down three and a half percent down 425 The ten years up 20 30 seconds the yield is 2.9% The West Texas intermediate crude is down 2.2% at a $109 95 cents per barrel Comex gold is down while it's little change now at 1818 80 per ounce The dollar yen is at one 28 27 the Euro a dollar four 96 in the British pound the dollar 23 88 Target as we indicated earlier is on pace for its worst stock drops since 1980 7s black Monday crash after becoming the second big retailer in two days to trim its profit forecast A surge in costs during the first quarter shows a little sign of easy according to chief executive officer Brian Cornell operating profit will amount to only about 6% of sales this year Two percentage points below the previous forecast according to target That's a Bloomberg business flash I'm Greg Jarrett And I want to thank some other individuals who are in actually unbelievably close friends made a big difference in my life I'll always be there at every moment Let's start with 45 president Trump President Trump after he endorsed me continued to lean into this race in Pennsylvania He knows all the subtleties of it That was something we know well that's memo to eyes the Doctor Who's been on television daytime for some time thinking president Trump but that was not a victory speech because it ain't over yet All eyes were on the Pennsylvania state primaries yesterday and.
A highlight from Optometry Podcast: Transitions XTRActive Polarized and Transitions XTRActive New Generation Lenses.
"And we want to get into. The details of these products will begin start offering our patients are. We'll talk about extra active polarized i. It was showcased at vision. Expo east and the transitions. New generation lenses were demonstrated at the transition to the studio in jean. What was the driving force behind those two new product introductions for twenty twenty one i would have to say it's definitely innovation. Innovation is it's part of transitions. Dna as you know. We have a team of our d. scientists that are constantly trying to improve our products. Improve the or clarity improve. The outdoor darkness color perception activation invade speed. And it's through this innovation that we've been able to extend the transition's extra active line of lenses with these new launches dot governor. You're there you've got to see this product in person. And i mean what would what happened at the transition. The studio in the transistor's the pulse. We'll let me tell you. When i saw this technology fell out of my chair because i was blown away i mean innovation innovation innovation. When they say that it's in the dna it truly is. I mean we've seen that over the years of prescribing from the chair of educating our patients and the one thing we know that our patients love definitely innovation so to be able to go into the exam room and have this conversation after. I saw this amazing technology by patients. Were just blown away. Just like i was so for me. It was an exciting day. Exciting time and just super exciting technology and innovation in general. I think this phase into mine because there is polarized dishes lennon's that's been available now was ago transitions vantage. It was the first bit acrylic lens to offer variable polarization. How does this new transitions. Extra active colorized blends differ. Well for those transitions vantage fans. Let's start off. What's the same transitions extracted. Polarized lenses are clear with a hint of ten indoors in offer dynamic polarization. Meaning they go from clear to extra dark and polarize when activated and transitions extract. Polarized differ from transitions vantage lenses. In a few ways these are now clear than ever indoors. We've added visible light activation in the car they reach up to ninety percent polarization and they're twice as fast feedback. There's are major. Improvements is huge. I mean that's one thing that we always want to see it better with innovation and technology. Right we have this conversation with our patients A lot of times they think of the old school way of how lenses were and now we have something that we can bring to the tablist going to really Satisfy their thirst when it comes to lens technology. Yes a really patients have everything they loved about vantage in transitions extractive polarized or with sharper vision. Larger field of view and more vivid colors that brings to mind a natural question little transitions. extract polarized. Replace the transitions vantage linda. Lenses yes as we continue to launch roll out the transitions extract of polarized products. We will begin. Phasing out transitions vantage nice. Nice so i want to talk about another polarize option. Because i know that the transitions portfolio is just wide. I mean you have pretty much anything you can think of to accommodate any patient that sitting in front of us. But how does the transition extract of polarized compared to the transitions drive where Because i know that's another option. That's out there as well. So what's the difference in. How do they compare to each of it. Well it can about it. You know we we did. Just talk about the benefits of transitions. Extract polarized lenses and there are a great option. Your primary care because they're clear indoors and at night now. Transitions drive where lenses. they're always polarized. And the photo comex they start off all color and then adapt between three colors specifically designed for different driving scenarios and they adapt to light behind the windshield and outdoors. So you're really getting a length that helps remove glare off the road and hood of your car So it really helps for peach picture. Perfect drive i would say transitions drive. Lenses are a great option as a second pair especially for anybody that spends part of their driving. The driver is almost like a sophisticated son. Last is going to agra. Adjust that it's never gonna be your indoor pair of lenses for that transition extract polarize could take you indoors two outdoors. Yes absolutely. We've seen a lot of questions on social media you know. Color hugely mirrors are hugely. End and transitions has done a great job of answering the call to bring the people what they want so some of the questions. We've been seeing at around. Social posts are are the transitions extract. Polarized lenses gonna be available in other colours. Rick mears
"comex" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?
"Was leaving you. It wasn't the wine dark. Like hey how y'all doing lake gli. So yeah jeff looks like you smells bad in the morning and that was something i wrote my notes so chelsea spent the night at atoms need both fell asleep on his bed on top of the covers. So that's very innocent right. Yeah never happened. And i've at least i have never fallen asleep on top of the covers in my life. It might you have in your spanks. No no i was under the covers. Listen i'm not a frigging animal dude. I fall ever fall asleep on top of my covers which has happened. But i will wake myself up in the middle of the night. Get under the covers in in. I will think to myself in my sleep. i'm restarting. that's what i say to myself. Sometimes i'm like oh you're doing a start that's the kind of like you know brain talk when you're sleeping. Yeah i would have to be. I think maybe like in college when i get really drunk. There'd be times like pass out on top of the bed that that's like a falsely with your shoes on situation like i can't be on a bed not like put myself under the For sleep so sitting on somebody else's Recovers like what are we doing. No i know. It's a little start out like i come upstairs after like doing one final little like moment with the cats and i'll have my bathrobe bonds. So i'll feel like kind of snugly in the moment and i'll be thinking to myself you should get under the covers soon and start going to bed and then like my sleep. Medication will kick in. And like i'll just fall asleep completely on top of my cover. Yeah that that makes sense. No one told me that my sleep medication makes you hungry until i had gained like fifteen pounds On sarah. well. Yeah yeah very small dose and no one can he. I was like why i want to doctor. I was like. I don't think my medications working and if it is i don't want to be on it because it keeps me fat. And he's like you're not on any medication that makes you fat. Was like will wait. And i was like. He's like do you snack at night. And i'm like yeah like i didn't realize i probably was snacking. Hard yes so. Sarah comex way we also in rehab Called the quayle to be just like the people that got really high circle doses a night Because it just like you get crazy. Yeah it just like you eat so much in the air like out of it in the new dislike knockout. No yeah no you need to be in bad like that. So i also don't eat well during the day and then i usually just eat like a big dinner and that's where i get in trouble. I realized like one day. I like eight super well throughout the entire day. And i didn't get hungry when i had my sleep at night and i was like holy shit. I was like. I'm about works. Imagine not like needing a little piece of cheese before you get in a bed and then like that. She is satisfies you. But you're like i kind of want like a piece of chocolate to lake balance it out in the nearly but one more salty thing like it's goes. It's so bad right before. I got sober. I was living with my dad. And he takes eric well and take to sleep sometimes. It overtake like like chrome of it. And i remember one time i took like a full half and i woke up at six thirty pm the next day like i had plans for. I was like what way shouldn't knock me out. i'm on the smallest dosage. You can be on while like still taking the pill. I mean i guess i should start cutting it because i just don't or telling my doctor like i need to be something else because i cannot be getting i cannot be having knickknacks late at night like that. Yeah i mean you should talk yet. don't cut it without talking to your doctor. No i mean like like take like half. Yeah i okay. I wanted to make sure you knew. I wasn't like cutting i'd like to your doctor about like i. I was ever taking it regularly. So i don't know flake you've withdraws or with the Okay let's play. It is used by the way if anyone's lamps. Eric while i wanna i say it is uses an antipsychotic in higher doses. So and i'm not on the kind because like you know not that it matters but like i just don't want anyone go to wikipedia and start assuming diagnosis. I mean that's my dot exit. He's bipolar too. And like that's the only med he's on for it and he just takes it at like nine thirty at night every day. It's also just like a a good it's like with it. Works well in combination with other like it works in combination with other. Ss arise or other thing is when credibly popular and rehabs to give. Because it's like. It works really well and it's not like like ambien or something which mike addictive. It's not abusive. You're not tripping out you're not getting high you just fall asleep the way that they give me so much. Sarah quill every single month. I'm like there's no way anyone gets high off of this because they would never give me as much as they got. No not like nba Full acid trip for forty five minutes and then sleep for a night so then we to prison. Lauren is visiting greg and filling him in on all the deeds. This is her scene where you can like really see that she actually is a natural beauty. Shoutout girl you really like you really took the l. On this one in in that you took the w forty eight fifty six to forty nine forty seven. Just here's the kicker to set a pregnancy clinic. I think she's knocked up under percents. Sure but i think he doesn't want the baby and she does the kim better in front of our house. He's rich to throwing money around literally impossibilities right now. I just want revenge for them putting you way for something. You didn't do look how much you suffered. Pysche county get ryan. Should dan exam the wage she lake plays this realization. An is brilliant. Like the star. She i mean. Did you get incest vibes by the way. Oh a hundred percent. Like i kind of felt like she's in love with her brother in like when she's a we're running away to south america. I was like okay. Calm down blue lagoon. It would have made a little more sense if there were boyfriend and girlfriend. Yeah the do care so much by your brother. Like i've brother and he's like fine like he's good actually funny that i'd be like wow. That sucks leaving. I'll see you when you get out. Like wow she lied but sucks a normal would have made. This movie is if she had said something at the top where he was like. How's mom doing. And she said you know worse than ever. Yeah like i really need you to come home. Yeah they're the ties that bind them. I don't really see it. Yeah because the age difference is like you wouldn't have even been close growing up like it would really only rely on him being a figure that she worshiped so much because he was like older and dynamic. Okay then we come up on a nursery for a little girl. It's pink and purple. And it's very tasteful honestly for how these nurseries often go in movies and she looks at this little like you know. Sonia looks at the framed ultrasound. She has on this lake chest of drawers sort of thing and she starts to cry in a moment later. The house phone rings. And it's the news about jeff. Oh i'm sorry real quick. We miss his. Jeff goes out running after sonia tells him to like. I'm not talking to you in the kitchen. The next day he goes out on a jog and gets hit by a car. The last significant thing. That happens to.
"comex" Discussed on The Moth
"Soul souls but very low payment and i look. I see my friend. Who was the promoter space and it just says oh shit and i don't let that stop me head on like i'm gonna say what i gotta say with lettuce out. I really actually said these things. I was quoting now comex on the high horse the biggest soapbox you ever seen i was on it and everybody started was i was representing the everybody but nobody said that they were all thinking about this hundred people's names and the poem that were in the flan it was so relevant for losing. And everybody's on top of their chad and got hype thought like poetry rockstar. I wanted this crowd surfing. I'm like it's like fifty epic fail. Don't do it. So i just did my paul. Everything was great. Got out the state. Everybody's shaking my hand. People rely on. You want to go up next behind her people on this stage right now to name but was fantastic until they sit the to away and i saw nothing but my angry black going off about this and they were like we are not cutting the check and i saw my friend who was promoted like look. She can't go on for the big prize. I get it. You don't want her representing the movie. But.
"comex" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo
"I'm so happy area so okay. I'm not a drawer. Like i can't draw like i'm still stick figures man so until you understand that. Do you draw the comex to or do you. Just the writing like the slow words and like that kind of stuff. I'm just a writer. I wish i could draw so so so the interesting thing though is is that when i was younger as a kid i drew a lot like drawing was my thing and i and i believe i was fairly decent to to this day i can still draw a mean bart simpson. I can really. I can walk. Simpson i. it's the only thing. I can really draw really really well But like so. I just What happened is you know what you what what you call to vague in which you spend time in is if you have a certain talent certain gift or a dry for something in you begin to spend more time in that in that lane than that craft begins to grow in begins to evolve it begins to change in so for me storytelling as just always been like a part of me like going back to sitting on the couch on a sofa with my mom watching soap operas like that was just. I'm drawn to storyteller john. Two stories so eventually the drawing stopped But the writing never did so yes. But that's i. I am that way to you like my i love stories. I just love stories all different kinds of stories and It doesn't it doesn't matter what it is anything. I read textbooks for fun. Because it's a story like i. Also you know. Read like a lot of fantasy because the story like you know so. They're all. I just love stories. So i i get that a lot. How did you Well i how has your like storytelling changed over the years. Like from goalie going from like you said in writing plays and like scripts and stuff like that. Like i i would assume it's very different style of writing But like how has it evolved for you over this.
"comex" Discussed on Bitches on Comics
"To bitches on comex. It's me your beloved host. Sarah century and with me is as always my co-host as if leonor i literally almost said sarah century i see i am. Se fleeing were. I swear i am not sarah and hi. I'm here again as always to talk about comics. And whatever else we feel like. I am very excited. We have a special guest with us here today. Olivia cuartero briggs olivia. Thank you so much for joining us on my god. Thank you for having me..
"comex" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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"comex" Discussed on Bitches on Comics
"While as a child I didn't know how to do it. I didn't know really how people would go out about making a comic. Although i have gone back and found some of my old drawings and i made stapled book of it was like a cat gang versus a rat gang and pay had like featured a different player from the gang and then like his girlfriend's other bad cat. And like i don't know so definitely was dabbling in comics at an early age but there was a period of time there were. I just didn't think it was possible. Yeah i mean first off released the murphy cut. I want to leave this comic. But it hasn't been printed. I can find it instagram instagram. I understand why artists. Don't i really do i get that like. I don't wanna share my poems. I wrote when. I was young with a really get it but also league. I wanna see that stuff. I wanna like revel in like what you were like as little people becoming the humans yar today. I just think that's intriguing. How we get here be like. Oh i feel about your poems. Oops burned them to didn't keep those. I did find a drawing recently. I put it on my refrigerator. And i put it on instagram. It was from some of my old kid drawings and it just had this character with these really cool shoes and they were saying in a word bubble. I'm mad and they had angry eyebrows. I thought well. This is so good that i had this way to express myself a child. I just looked it up and it is key. I'm mad dog to me too. Yeah beautiful there was an early start. Yeah i'm was coming. Always the thing that you felt the most comfortable doing as far as an art form goes well. I started before during comics owes. Doing scenes like purrs scenes about mental health and abuse and radical anti psychiatry kinda slant and but it was very visual. I had like a lotta collage and there and drawings and somebody was like. Why don't you do comex around this time that i was putting out scenes like basically. That's what these look like. You could do it. You know and i was like oh. I've never really done that before doing that. And then that's when..
How Jenny Lorenzo Became the Internets Favorite Cuban Abuela
"Jenny. I'm almost have to admit not accustomed to seeing you as jenny. nobody else. Is that what you look like. I want to take a listen to the first video that you ever did. Hold up today. Go to pick up one three gilead of better sex for three going on meeting me gomez day metal supplement. Okay iressa on. And off for the love of god. So here's what's interesting. It's the first video that willa was ever featured in for buzzfeed but she insisted prior channel of mine called aggressive comex and a boiler was first introduced as a superhero Because this was a channel that was predominantly white male audience. I talked about video games and comic books and movies. Sifi strictly me being nerd and then at some point i did a movie review of the film kick ass and me and my writing partner for the show was to the cuban well because he knew that i kind of already did that sort of thing and so it was the same terrible wig that you do see in that buzzfeed video i think i through like baby powder on it to make gray and she had like this painted red mask over her eyes with like a fly swatter as were weapon and then eventually it made no sense for the channel. But you can tell that. I yearned to make this sort of content. It is interesting that something that is as big as a bulla takes that many iterations to get there like. I think there's a lesson in there for any creative. That is not necessarily that. The opening gambit is where you land now never being a nerd is as much a part of your identity and culture as being cuban. It seems did you see characters on tv or in media. Who has a latino nerd you identified with not really wasn't until recently that i started seeing that representation especially in a show like no spooky because these are a bunch of latino gods that are into the macab and they're a bunch of nerds and outsiders because that's a big part of me to what most approximated your own experience i would say. A lot of that was in black television. You see urkel you see. Carlton banks a lot of these like nerdy people of color on tv. Maybe sometimes says from that seventies show me. He had like a bit of a nerdy flair to him. I feel like latinos on tina's specifically were usually depicted as like very sensual loud colorful. You know things sofia vergara in modern family that was the typical depiction of what was and. So that's why. I had a hard time in the audition room. I didn't fit any mold of what especially miami casting paint a picture for me of what auditioning in miami looked like. It was a nightmare for me. I would show up and for those who don't know me. I'm like five feet pasty skinny little shits and he but then i have this like deep voice. No one knows what to do with me. So then i shopped to these auditions and they were usually little late sorta lottery or like colgate but then i would be up against women my age but they looked like supermodels and then there was me so then i just never felt like. I was sexy in us to sell toothpaste. I remember my very very first universal casting audition. It was for the florida lottery. And i had to be like this sexy. You're even an award. These like plastic clear stripper heels. I don't know. I don't know what i was thinking but i was nineteen years old. The silver lining of this terrible experience is that emotive issue to become a creator. I was tired of this. I was so tired. And then i did a couple extra work. Gigs was extra on. Burn notice and dexter. And guess what. I was scantily clad and tacky his hell because that's what they thought of people in miami. All of these shows always depicted people from miami in the same way and it always took place in south beaten always involve drugs and sex and violence. Which is another reason why. I'm working so hard today. To eventually sollers show. That depicts miami in a more authentic way so yeah it pushed me to go to school and learn how to do everything else on my own.
"comex" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"I feel terrible. Excel terrible too. Yeah yeah image revolution. You can watch it on amazon prime. That is a fan and you. Watch that one stephanie. Enjoy to watch when you recommended on the past couple of years ago but i i watched it and i was. I was like immersed in it. It was so interesting to watch. And so i found myself. Equally is immersed in this one but for different reasons like for all the reasons that you guys have sad about just the history of these comic book characters people that created them which i guess for people who are really into comics would know a lot of this information for me for the first time about how a lot of them their life experience and use that to create characters. They wished they could be during those times. It was it was kind of awesome. I also i just really interesting all these characters that i've come to know in lake like taking and they talk about representation with like the x. Men and how these different writers and people letter into comics view like different comic parents saying like just all kinds of stuff like that. I just found very interesting about representation. I also found it very interesting. The guy who talked about going to dc and they turned him away almost immediately and How markle even if you it sounded like even if you weren't very good if you pester them enough leaky opportunity to try and yeah and there's something just very and i know that disney owned marvel so they're not gonna make themselves look too terrible but i think obama. They should remember when they showed that they showed the writer's room for the dc writers and they were all wearing ku klux klan. Warner brothers label on top. Jim ballad by the way so. We don't have to feel guilty about that anymore. Want harry go all right. I really i thought it was really good. I all the different perspectives to lakers. They talked about the diversity and inclusion efforts that they made you guys except they talked about their misses and their mrs. But i also appreciate it. The biloba people that they had talking throughout this documentary film. I guess they were people that came from all different walks of life all different experiences with comex and all wanted to see representation or to see comets. Go down an avenue that that was feel good to them that would represent them where people they love new and like there was so many different viewpoints that it came from that i appreciated that they took the time to include all those different viewpoints. And so i you know. I i feel like i've been. We've been shitting on dc here in all honesty. They got it. Right i think was late seventies or early eighties jake when when they came out with green lantern green arrow and You get the you get the panel. Where they they talk. They're talking to an elderly black man and he's like yeah you guys go around saving people but what have you done for us and it really like that. It was like a such a real moment there..
"comex" Discussed on Talentos para o Sucesso
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Stocks Waver in Wednesday Trading, Pausing Market Rally
"Stocks started the day off and then began to slide. Now they're fluctuating another sign that investors are taking a breather after pushing markets to record highs. Investors are betting President Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus package will help bolster the economy while vaccinations help reduce covert 19 cases. Let's look at the S and P. It is down. Well, it's little changed down three that out. Jones Industrial average is up 1/10 of a percent of 30 and the NASDAQ is down 3/10 of a percent down 45. 10 Years up 4 30 seconds. The yield 1.14% West Texas Intermediate crude oil's up a half a percent of 58 68 of barrel Comex gold is down 1/10 of a percent 18 36 even per ounce. Dollar yen, one of 4 65 the year old dollar 21 34 on the British pound. Another 38 46, a key measure of prices paid by US consumers, was unchanged for January. This was the second straight month of such was the case, underscoring the pandemics lingering wish strain on inflation. That financial markets seat
"comex" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast
"Shorted stocks that the guys at read it and wall street bets are buying but i want to talk about what they started buying yesterday and what they continue to buy today. It's almost as if these guys were listening to wednesday's podcast which i titled the mother of all short-squeezes yet to calm. And what i was referring to was the short squeezed that i anticipate happening in gold and silver and sure enough. That's exactly what they focused on. On thursday you go to the wall street beats in the chat room there and now. They've turned their attention on silver in particular. Wanna break the banks j. p. morgan in particular for having a positions in silver and manipulating the silver market. And i read some of the stuff in this chatrooms rooms really good stuff. I mean very informed information comes to the state of the market. They hit on many of the same points that i did in my podcast about how much silver has been shorted. That doesn't exist. How many people have sold Futures contracts where they have committed to deliver silver where they have no silver at all. You know at least when you short a stock in theory you're supposed to borrow the stock before you sell it so you're selling something that you have because you borrowed it and now you have it to sell but you can go into the comex and you could just sell silver. You're going to have to borrow it. I just sell as much as you want. You don't have to have any of it and the reason you can keep selling all his silver that you don't have is because you know that the guy that's buying it from you doesn't actually want it. He's not going to ask for the real silver he's just going to close out the contract for cash or maybe roll it over into another month. But they pointed out. Hey what if you take a futures contract and take delivery now. The short is stock because unlike game stop they can issue new shares. they can't magically create new physical silver to be bought by the shorts to deliver so they pointed this out but their argument was looked. Let's by the physical they recommended buying. S lv which is a silver etf. They also recommended buying physical silver coins and bars. They listed a number of dealers that they recommended. Unfortunately nobody mentioned shift goal. That would have been nice if it included shift golden there they included several of our competitors though but they didn't They didn't include us but they talked about buying physical silver and.
"comex" Discussed on Bitches on Comics
"What do do that you know. I think it's like she's so funny and she's so present and free you know. It's like seeing shocking. It's like seeing a black person who gets to spend time with other black people think. Oh they don't have to perform the way that they do in their around white people like ourselves and it's like so nice to see that. What i love steph didn't have to do but of course she did 'cause she's a bad ass is a ton of characters of color show up. So why winged foot shows We've got yukio as we discussed. Forges is there and guess. What danny rand is there but guess what for the first time ever. The iron fist is asian. Thank you thank you steph. Thank you yeah. I'm mostly really happy. And i'm like a little bit annoyed like you were saying that it takes a fan comic for these things that we've all talked about. Belief should exist should be in the comic to happen for iron fist. To be an asian character is like yeah. We've been waiting. It's the only way to make this creepy cultural appropriation in any way acceptable. Oh my god and so much worse. Whenever is creators like double down on that show. It's just like no just change. Just change it just change. It's fine just change roll with it. We are into it we love. What are things evolve. No i can't let it evolve so many times right disney just tries to align the they invented. I guess like that's basically like oh we wanna pay lip service to like all of these people who we think our audiences they risk offending so many other people because like they just keep trying to loop the bullshit instead of going into a new place and it you know it prevents comex that we really want to see sometimes like i said reading a lot of these characters and having them be written by somebody who just loves them so much. It's nice because they're not getting sidelines like they almost always do because people will be like. Oh i love storm so why didn't do anything in the comic that you wrote. There's all of these people who lake had storm in their comics. I was obviously. There's great comics written with storm in them. But you know we don't get to see the fun side or we don't get to see her relax or any of that. And i think that that's kind of necessary. I completely agree. I love it. I think that the comic just really says like superheroes have lives. Did you never think of this. Here's what they do in them. Did you not know. I love superhero. Live stories and there's lots of comics that do that but this doesn't in such a enduring acceptable hilarious way like actually. You don't have to know much about marvel comics to this. You really don't know anything about living single to read this. You know but you should watch living single co. Yeah like that's just the right call but this is such a. It's so accessible. It's so exciting and to me. It just reminds me of what comics can do. Yeah hand be. This amazing comics can be this funny. Oh my god them. Razzing on jessica jones for fucking potato salad art that was fucking art man l. o. That was really funny. There were a lot like i mean. Every page is just full of gags the way that the are interacts with the script is so good..
"comex" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A special report by Mark making. We are always willing to ask. Isn't there an agreement among them superpowers, But there will be sharing Bloomberg markets with funny Quinn and Paul's Weenie. How much I just politically driven weekday mornings at 10 Eastern on Bloomberg Radio. Bloomberg, the world is listening. Markets headlines and breaking NEWS 24 hours a day at Bloomberg, calm the Bloomberg business APP and and Bloomberg Quick Take. This is a Bloomberg Business Flash and I'm Karen. Moscow. European stocks are moving higher, along with US stock index futures, lifted by earnings and hopes remorse stimulus the dollar, extending its retreat. We check the markets every 15 minutes Throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S and P Futures at 14 points this morning, down futures up. 76. NASDAQ Futures of 103 the DAX in Germany's up 7/10 percent, 10 Year Treasury down 3 30 Seconds, yelled 1.9% Yield on the two year 20.13%. Nymex crude oil is up 1% or 53, cents, and 53 51 a barrel Comex gold is a three quarters of a percent or $14 at 18 54 10 announce the euro 1.21 to 2 against the dollar. British found 1.3709 and the yet what 3.77 and today we're watching for earnings for Morgan Stanley and Alcoa. That's a Bloomberg business Flash. Now here's Michael Bar with Maura and what's going on around the world. Michael Aaron Donald Trump granted clemency to dozens of people just after midnight, including his former strategist, Steve Bannon. In one of his final official acts as president. Meanwhile, President elect Joe Biden will lose the elect part of his title when he is sworn in today. Bloomberg will carry it live starting at 11 A.m. Wall Street time. The National Guard has removed 12 people from duty protecting the U. S Capitol after background checks found links to extremists or other issues that raised concerns, a Pentagon spokesman says. We're not taking any chances in the NHL..
"comex" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Head of the FBL CIA President elect Biden's Cabinet picks and how the Georgia Senate elections may change what he expects from the new Congress. This is balance of power on Bloomberg television and radio. In terms like these bigots headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day at Bloomberg, calm the Bloomberg business APP and and Bloomberg Quick Take. This is a Bloomberg business Flash. Stature edging back up again. Treasuries are down all this has craters assess the outlook for an economic revival of its stimulus prospects in the Corona virus vaccine rollout. It's been a volatile session, with the SNP resuming its advanced retailers in tech companies are leading the charge. The NASDAQ Has outperformed his Tesla's search for an 11th street section. Let's look at the numbers down S and P five hundreds of 3/10 of a percent of 12, the Dow's of attempted down attempt 4% down 33. The NASDAQ is up 8/10 of a percent of 108. 10. Years down. 11 30 seconds. The yield 1.1% West Texas Intermediate crude's up 1.7% of 51 70 of Barrel Comex gold down 3.8% of 18, 41, 20 and ounce The dollar yen is currently at one of 3 96 the euro dollar 20 to 32 in the British capital in 35 78. That's a Bloomberg business Flash. I'm Greg Jared, now more Bloomberg balance of power with David Westin, right here on Bloomberg Radio. Thistles balance of power on Bloomberg television and radio. I'm.
"comex" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Opening bell brought to you by FBI Challenges Highlight one's character partnership and resilience at a CI They act is one community with their clients Go to S C i c com slash banks. Stocks are higher The open the S and P 500 up 7/10 Percent or 26 points and 37 74. Jones Industrial Average of 4 10% or 132 points at 30,970. NASDAQ's up 1% or 133 points at 12,873. 10 Year. Treasury Down 11 30 Seconds Yield 1.7% healed on the two year 20.14% Nymex crude oil up 1/10 of a percent of five cents a $50.69 a barrel Comex gold of half percent, or $9.90 in 1918 40 an ounce. The euro 1.2271 against the dollar. The yen is it one of 4.76 Tom and Paul Karen thinks someone's the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers studio in New York. We say good morning to all of you, Paul Sweeney in time came probably four. We dazzle. We're not going to John Gollum until Bitcoin is 40,000 easily without wait a couple minutes, But you know, we haven't done this pawn. This is like a flashback to my you'd I mean Children and diapers. The Russell 2000 John from Capri emails in and says talk about Can National gaming Caesars Entertainment PLUG Power Sunrun. How about darling ingredients up 20% per year? A moon shot coming off of March for darling ingredients of Irvine Tech. Irving, Texas. Yep. 10,000 employees. Good morning, Mr Stewart Randall's to wait. And darling ingredients. They collect animal processing byproducts and used restaurant cooking oil. That's the moon shot of the Russell 2000. That's the Moonshot had not heard about it. You just send it to me. Look at it. It's just got a $10 billion market cap. Tom. So this is this has been around it Zeisel and they're in the Animal processing byproduct business. Hello, meat, bone meal. All the good things John Ghaleb uses every day John Gollum with credit squeeze. This is an important conversation because of his view to 2021 John before we get the tech and your view on the bigger market. How do you adapt and adjust to a small cap, Serge? You know, we We just had a note on this in the consumer space. The small caps are much better place on reopening. And if you look at, um you know, you know, like for consumer discretionary. Um, the big cab, You know, Internet retailers are are very different than those rotten mall retailers and restaurants and hotels that make up the small cap universe. And that's just one example. On. Where do you think is real? Solid fundamentals here in the near term, I've got to get your call John. It's literally an outlier. I believe you told us the last time you visited. Stay with Tech. Is that true? It was and you know, we just today, Tom, um up our number for the broad market, but we also took what we call tech plus that all that broadly defined tech basket. From overweight to neutral on. I did that. I did that with such pain because I'm such a believer that over the long run, you want to ride this trade hard. Okay, Very re opening. I think there could be a source of capital. And this is what I love folks of bloomers surveillance real news from a major house John Gulliver and Credit Suisse with that shift, do you particularly it's a taxable event. Do you cash it in? Or do you just reallocate new funds away from whatever your tech disbelief is? You know, most of our clients are running tax except money, so they're not worried about pension plan or endowment. If you're an individual the if I believe that you're gonna want to be intact the next two or three years, you don't want to pay a lot of taxes to make that switch in your portfolio. However, if you have new funds today, Allocated to things that are more cyclical. Um, that time to get paid over the near like the Boston Red Sense s O Jonathan. So it is, if I'm maybe taking a little off the table in Tech or reallocating some capital on my jumping both feet into that cyclical reopening trade? Well, maybe maybe maybe let me like kind of twist your question a little bit. Where do you play the reopening trade most effectively and I don't think it's something. It's not the stuff that I just upgraded the areas. I think they're gonna be big win are actually gonna be in health care and financials. And let me explain quickly. Why, for each A lot of us have not been to the dentist or to a doctor. And when we go back out there, you don't think about health care company as being cyclical. But there's gonna be companies that process your your blood tests and and you know, or people who have held up putting braces on their kids. All of those kinds of things get a big, cyclical reopening jump. Even though they're not really cyclical companies, the banks If you have interest rates move up a little like they did today. If the credit environment improved because of these checks, we're all going to get people gonna pay their bills with that. Those are all really great for the banks. So while I'm moving up your industrials and materials and energy I still rather be in financials and health care in this environment. All right, Jonathan, what? The questions I have about this rotation trade, which is works so well. And the folks that were on it, You know, kind of August, September. We're suppression. Is kind of the legs that it has. I know I could by Amazon and Apple, stick him away for a decade and not have to think about the story. What's the historically How long is his rotation into cyclicals typically lasted Well, you know, it's It's a funny thing, if if you take a look at since let's say September 1st on Dvalishvili growth over that period, it all came down to four days on Lee the four days with a three days when you got big drug announcements from Fizer and Madonna and AstraZeneca, and the day that Janet Yellen was selected to head Treasury. Bye bye, Joe Biden. If you took those four days out, there's no value rotation here whatsoever. Okay, And I do think there's gonna be a real a cyclical trade. But it's going to be when you and I go get airline tickets for our summer vacation because we realized we're gonna have to have been vaccinated. That's the that's the mother of all trades. And the reason that I put this the maid. The chain today is How close do you want to get to that May, June July vaccine date for yourself before you rotate the market's gonna move ahead of that. My call today was Don't be too cute..
"comex" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics
"Part of the reason that people like oracle so much is it was something different. She was in a wheelchair but still kicking in taking names. And that was really important. Because there's no. I mean i guess professor expedite. Don't think these but he's in. Dc has any other heroes in a wheelchair. I don't think any hyper. yeah now. i'm i mean. Certainly they don't have. Anybody is high profile as oracle so. That's kind of the bummer. That they really they took. They took something away that made her special on a number of levels. Because a lot of there's plenty of cases they can take but and there's plenty of people who are really good with computers but someone who was a smart in awesome. Didn't let her limited mobility people would think will happen. You be hero. If you can't walk wrong you can't be so that was something that really made it. That really made special they. Yeah they had the reboot everything you know all these classic characters during new fifty two i was i was afraid when they announced new fifty two that they were gonna make dick robin again but they have too many they have all that way because if too many intellectual properties now and they i mean you make more you make more money off stuff like night. When shirts night wing face matt has expanded night. wing things You do of night. We comics so they could be doing more merchandise with night wing. I don't know what they're waiting for. Well like i said it's sad but also just think of it as being good for your savings still true items on the market means you can retire earlier. Kana from the hassle. And i m right from the house of saud. We two of the many many survivors crippling destruction and we have made our harm in australia. And dare i say have become stallions for better or less but we have also decides rates supermac. Comex aretha man books. She meant mentors cartoons movies. Basically everything superman and from an australian perspective is well whether.
A Chat With Juliette Burton
"I think the the idea that end of the calendar year might be mean the end of all of this is uncertainty and it would be lovely to think it were as it. Were going to adhere to End of the calendar year. But who knows what's going to happen. Yeah i guess. I was in the middle of my second. Uk national toll of that was funded by the council. When looked down on hits us nationally. I'd done three showers of Was my my fifth surly shire. I've told Toured new zealand twitter on the k. Before but i mean everyone. Everyone who i know in the comedy world. They think that their latest show is bess. Joe because he constantly try to strive to make it to be better investment besser. That's possible. I love comedy because you're constantly learning and growing and often every gigi kind of sit down and reassess right what went well. What kind prove on which was which is funny. Which bits do i need to work. Open caught with to flow a. I'm working on stage with audience. Making it really come alive and engage with them in the moment with that kind of vicious community compensation committee radios. And i already felt like this was my favorite show that i've ever done. It was certainly the funniest. The i feel like i've ever done We'd done three shows of it onto and then suddenly lockdown happened and another. Gosh i can't remember how many shows we had see cancel. But i will say do comedy select corporate events as well and if those sub me become sold for about the first month i i think i had asked of rights going straight backs of my therapy sessions from therapy for over twenty years. Now go straight back to all of the the inpatient treatments of like mealtimes eat well sleep well have good routine. Stay motivated have project. Stay stay creative. And the first month. I think i managed fairly well. But then as uncertainty continued and as the knock on effects of all of these different rearranged plans like the tool was originally rearranged awesome twenty twenty and then gradually some of those became virtual shows and then and the rest of them have just had to become sold in las vegas venues now facing the prospect of will ob and going to survive and then seeing all of my wonderful comedy powell's and insists powell's old venues that have meant so much to me over the years working in comedy. We have to invest not only our time our money and in getting better at it and guessing good enough to make it an actual viable career at the same time. Been sort of saying. Oh my friends. Chaves marriage and babies and make league no careers. My thing. my career is my thing. This year's been really hard. I've missed that community. I'm kind of the connection that you get with people when roller roomful of strangers and you're laughing at the same thing it. It's amazing feeling that is unlike any other And i don't feel alone when i'm laughing in a room full of people whether that's me on stage whether that i'm in the audience watching other people none of us have had this yesterday. I think some heart for moving forward but it some. It's it's trying. I've been trying to get creative in ways to find in ways to support myself and others around me in trying to look ahead with a bit more bit more I'm gonna stay rather than anything else. Because i think certainty is not something any of us going to have for a while. You should have been able to rework things from the show on new comex do some online stuff or have you decided to maybe postpone. It'll i'm i am afraid. I don't have it within me to postpone it. My i think for me comedies. A survival technique. Because for me my my mental illnesses is something that i really struggle with on a day-to-day basis. So if if i'm able to find a funny way of expressing whatever is going through whether that's a mental health thing or just a life thing or family single friend thing or criticizing. If i can find a funny way of making into a a joke or something. I can use in comedy routines. It's a way of me surviving. That that dog darkness in my mind and and being able to curate. My thoughts in a positive comedic way is survival technique and so this year i i did have a couple of moments thinking. I'm i going to do my friends. Were i wanted to say the phrase jumping ship but then notes that they are postponing as you say like that. They're not giving up comedy. But that just in order to survive that that changing to a completely different career for a while i have managed to get some virtual of had quite few lovely virtual gigs and in fact quite few of them have been a because of the mental health angle. Because we've had lots of things like the world mental health awareness week and a mental health day and They've been great. We'll sit on lots of virtual gigs on twitch and next up comedy and mixed bill nights a and they've been different if they've been. I've actually really enjoyed them. I've wanted to get more inventive. Like how to make it more of an active experience for the audience because comedy is an active experience for the audience. It's is. I said it was a conversation so every show that you do. When you're on stage it can go completely differently depending on the mood of the audience. All the way you all. What medication
Stocks are higher at the open
"Are higher at the Open. The S and P 500 is up about 1/10 of a percent of two points and 37 25, the Dow Jones industrial average also of less than 1/10 of a percent of 23 points. At 30,330, the NASDAQ is up 3/10 of a percent or 39 points at 12,804 10 Year. Treasury of 3 30 seconds Yo 300.92% yield on the two year 20.11%. Nymex crude oil is up 8/10 percent, or 39, cents and $48.75 a barrel. Comex gold is down less than 1/10 of a percent on a dollar 60 at 18 88 70 announced the euro 1.2248 against the dollar. The yen it 103.30 Tom
Stock-market futures pointing to triple-digit Dow decline at open
"This morning. U. S stock index futures are moving lower this a day after reaching record highs. We check the markets. Every 15 minutes. Throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S and P futures down about nine points this morning, down features down 108 NASDAQ futures down 26, the DAX in Germany's down 4/10 of upper set. And your Treasury of one 32nd year 10.92% in the yield on the two year 20.16% Nymex crude oil is down 7/10 percent, or 33, cents at $44.22 a barrel Comex school this up 6/10 percent, or $10.70 at 18 29 60 announce the euro 1.2047 against the dollar. British found 1.3348 and the yen went 4.71. And today we are watching for a report on private payrolls from ADP Research Institute at 8 15 Wall Street time. And it to the Federal Reserve releases its beige book, and that's a Bloomberg business Flash. Now here's Michael Bar with more on what's going on around the world. Michael here in the U. K has approved a covert 19 vaccine, with its regulator clearing visors shot ahead of decisions in the U. S and the European Union. Emergency authorization clears. The way for the deployment of the vaccine advisor has said, is 95% effective. It comes as a CBC independent advisory panel in the U. S. Is recommending that states give the first available doses of the vaccine to health care workers and seniors who live in long term care facilities. The Justice Department is investigating a
Closing prices for crude oil, gold and other commodities
"Percent or seven points at 35 43 down Jones Industrial Average is up a third of a percent of 100 points at 29,262. And the NASDAQ is down three quarters of a percent, or 90 points at 11,622, the 10 Year Treasury down 13 30 seconds He'll 300.96% yield on the two year 20.18% Nymex crude oil up 1.7% of 68 cents at $40.97 a barrel Comex gold up 1.4% or $26.30 in 18, 80 60 an ounce The euro, 1.1815 against the dollar, the yen 105.34 Tom and Paul, Thanks so much Karen greatly appreciate this is
Closing prices for crude oil, gold and other commodities
"S and P is up just about 1/10 of a percent of three. The Dow's down at something over seven down 30. The NASDAQ is up a half a percent of 50 for 10 years up for 30 seconds. He'll 300.78% West Texas Intermediate crude oil is up over 1% at 38 98 a barrel while Comex gold is Just over 1/10 of a percent of 1909 20 announced the dollar yen 104 60, the euro dollar 18 38 on the British pound Feller 30 36 home prices in 20 of the largest U. S. Cities are up Most in two years for August as well mortgage rate spurred competition for increasingly scarce supply of listens. The SNP corelogic Case Shiller index property values climbed 5.2%. A year ago.
Marvel’s Helstrom Is Now Streaming on Hulu
"Hulu is premiering hellstrom which. At one point was known as Marvel's. Hellstrom. But somehow the marbles disappeared probably because it has no particular relationship to the marvel comic character and because Jeff Lobe is out at Marvel TV and they're changing their marvel TV exactly and they're changing the entire administration. So Hulu basically has in this particular case, a somewhat orphaned TV show that he is not very good. It is. So what you're saying is it's all connected Dan. Bullets connected to eventual cancellation I would assume. I turn what ever it's just not very good. It's IT'S A it's been. If you go online, you can see how the original character of. Demon Hellstrom and his sister Santana Anna here. Look in the comex they look nothing like that nothing in their world looks anything like the comedy connection basically, it's been re conceived as A. Color drained. Overly dark exercises drama of the type the TV has had like twenty in the past five years and the even acknowledge multiple times in the first five episodes. How much TV and movies have been doing exorcism stop and yet they do hassle absolutely nothing new or interesting with it.
US stocks struggle higher as tumultuous week comes to close
"Dr. Trying for another comeback as a tumultuous week of big swings comes to a close. Analysts expect swings to continue to rattle markets for weeks, if not months, as investors with more clarity on several key issues. At the head of that list of uncertainties, for now, at least, is what to do with your big pick stocks. We checked the markets every 15 minutes of trading day on Bloomberg, Brady of the S and P is up 4/10 of a percent of 15. The Dow's up 7/10 of a percent up almost 200. The NASDAQ's Up 1/10 of a percent of 16 10. Years up. 3 30 seconds. The yield 300.66% West Texas Intermediate Crude is up 14% of 37 46 a barrel Comex gold is down 3% in 1957 80 an ounce A dollar yen 106 18 the euro dollar 18 35 in the British pound that all 27 88 US inflation quickened in August, driven by the sharpest monthly game in used vehicles. Since 1969 and consistent with the gradual pickup in prices is the economy recovers from the pandemic. We check the market since I say every 15 minutes at the trading day. That's your Bloomberg business Flash. I'm Gregg Jarrett.
Stocks sink at open, with the Dow off more than 300 points, after horrific GDP
"Bonds climbing after airport show the world's largest economy had its sharpest contraction on record in the second quarter, and separate data highlighted another increase in the number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits. We check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg, the S and P 500 Down 1% or 33 points at 32 25 DowJones industrial average down 1.5% 386 points at 26,155 and the NASDAQ's down half percent, or 49 points. At 10,492. 10 year Treasury of 8 30 seconds. He'll 300.54%. They yield on the two year 20.12%. Nymex crude oil's down 2.4% or $1.40 dollars, 27 cents a barrel. Comex school, down about 1/10 of a percent on the dollar, 30 in 1975 30 announced The euro 1.1797 against the dollar. The yen 105.7 Qualcomm Among the stocks were watching today, up 10.5% gave a strong sales for cash for the current quarter and announced a new licensing deal with China's well way technology's Procter and Gamble, up 1.6% of posted a certain sales this spring is higher at home consumption of laundry detergent and dish soap. Was continued stockpiling gave the consumer staples giant a boost. And that's a Bloomberg business. Flash toman Paul Karen, Thanks so much negative
Cruise unveils Origin, an electric driverless vehicle designed for sharing
"So you may have heard some news bubbling about last week about New Thomas Vehicle called the cruise origin seven at Dan Amman. WHO's the CEO of crews posted a lengthy background piece to medium the details the story of origin? It was time to the big launch party in San Francisco joining us to bring some expert insight to this vision of the origin. Is Sam Abell some from the wheel bearings podcast. Welcome back. Sam's great to have you. Hey guys good to see you again. Good to see you there. It is and before I forget Happy Birthday to Lisa. Oh Nice all right because I of course she's listening she she watches every episode technically So comex she should be. That's right amazing. If she has the time to watch every single hour of of every single show on the network but somehow she makes it happened So you were at this event. This was last week right. You're at the event. What did you expect going in and There was no big surprises for me. I did Pretty much expect what we saw and which is A. It's a purpose built autonomous vehicle that's been in development now for a little over a year by GM and Honda in collaboration with the team that cruise so crews For those that don't no no cruise. Automation is a San Francisco. Start up the GM bought in two thousand sixteen to help develop their production. Automated driving system and In twenty any seventeen twenty. Two Thousand Eighteen They got some additional investment as well from Softbank and from Honda so since the late twentieth eighteen Honda and GM. We've been working together in his vehicle and cruise has been doing their development so far with a fleet of modified Chevy Bolts which are small mall? Electric cars enter finder. Nice little cars but For when you when you're talking about doing rubber taxi service autonomous ride hailing service any kind of traditional vehicle that we have today is not really that well suited for it. Because if you think about it you know you got an autonomous vehicles just driving around and this applies you know the same thing applies You know to what Elon Musk has been talking about for Tesla with having you know model threes rubber taxes. You know he wants to have a million threes as rebel taxes but in this year and vehicles like that whether it's the Baltic model three or anything else are not really well all suited to a robot taxi application. Because if you don't have a driver in the vehicle you know today if you hail a lift an Uber you get out of the car. If you don't close the door properly cadaver can get out or reach over slammed the door shut or closed the truck. Whatever it might be but for an autonomous vehicle? And there's no operator in there you need to be able to do things like make sure those doors are actually closed before the vehicle pulls away to go pick up next passenger You know to make it easy for people to get in and out quickly So what they've done what. Gm Honda have done is Developed this vehicle which is conceptually similar to some other Autonomous Shuttles that we've seen seen from companies like Navia local motors and We're GONNA see something similar in the next few months from Another Bayer is start up called souks And they've gone on with what we call a carriage seating configuration so instead of everybody facing the same direction facing forwards. You've got seats on other side of the big open space in the middle the power sliding doors on on both sides that automatically open and close and they've gotten rid of things like the steering wheel and pedals and they've integrated rated all the sensors into the the rooftop of this vehicle and You know because if they're able to get rid of things that you don't need for an autonomous vehicle like those steering wheels pedals battles and others than windshield wipers. They were able to reduce the cost of this thing done. They're not saying exactly how much it's going to be. But it's not a vehicle that you're ever going to be able to buy. It's only four. autonomous mobility services and transportation services. So you know. They showed a rendering of one from setup for package delivery You'll be able to have versions of this. That have a ramp on the side so people in wheelchairs can get in and out that sort of thing okay. So there's a lot of flexibility as far as the design is concerned too to tailor different uses and that sort of stuff. There's also some interesting kind of like high tech and air quotes features inside the vehicle. Talk a little bit about that. Like what does it offer for people who are writing. Yeah so there's a couple of screens inside you know. It's actually fairly simple because it's designed mostly for fairly short ride so there's you know there's not a lot of really fancy INFOTAINMENT stuffers for you know things like you know. VR glasses or anything like that which has been shown us some concepts massage or anything like that but Because of the way this thing is planned to be used you know the typical individual personally owned vehicle. You people drive maybe twelve fifteen thousand miles a year. The vehicles are designed to last ten. Mm Fifteen twenty years or more For something like this. Because it's going to be operating round the clock and getting pre preferably high utilization allegation. That's the whole point of it and so they're not sitting around parked They're gonNA be maybe accumulating maybe a hundred thousand miles a year or more and if it was designed the way traditional vehicles are it might wear out to three or four years and so what they've done is instead of designing this thing in the usual way where they would have to scrap it but at the end of that time period. They've designed the structure of the thing and the chassis to last a million miles. And then they've made it very modular so that they can because because this technology is still evolving they can replace things like sensors and the computers and the software and even things like the battery every two or three years As a AH they wear out and get replaced with with more advanced and hopefully less expensive versions of the same
Future of the Labour Party, ICC Investigation, Black-Jewish Relations
"Liam whore is the Europe editor for moment magazine. It has been covering Labor's antisemitism awesome scandal since two thousand fifteen. He joins us now to help us understand. What's next for that party for British Jews and for the United Kingdom Liam? Thank you so much for joining us. I thank you for inviting me for the most part analysts are chalking up. Labour's defeat to having the wrong message on Brexit but there is is no doubt that Jeremy Corbyn. The Labour leader was historically unpopular. And no doubt that a part of that unpopularity was due to the anti eighty. Semitism that he let grow in the party. Are there grumblings on the far left that Jews are responsible for his defeat. And that's something that British Jews are worrying about. I think what we've seen since the election is people on the far left at Labor constituency meetings and online researching the British Jewish Institutions. Such as the Board of Deputies or indeed the chief rabbi Were in fact stories or conservatives I should say and innocent intervening in the election on their side. That's what he wanted to the things that the board of Deputies hope that the future Labour leader will expunge from the and that is one reason why they've come forward with the ten pledges in recent days. You mentioned the list of ten pledges that the Board of Deputies the kind of umbrella Ella Organisation for British Jews that the Board of Deputies released just a couple of days ago they basically say that these are the ten things or perhaps the first ten things the Labor Party needs to adopt needs to do in order to heal its relationship with the Jewish community. And we don't need to go through them one by one but broadly what are these ten pledges calling calling for. Well as you say broadly the first thing is that Outstanding Cases Anti Semitism in the Party needs to be resolved and the discipline under reprocessed to have to be made independent again and sh- interference from the leadership team sort of around. Jeremy Corbyn in this process must come to an end thereafter. What's I think? What's important folder? The board is to reestablish a working relationship with the leader of your party after all when a function is to be a conduit between the panoply of organizations they represent and and the government Foreign bodies and so forth and finally just add that one of the things they want to see done is that the full I h Ra the definition of Anti Semitism. With all of these examples applauses will be introduced and used in disciplinary cases within the party. That was a major eric. Eric disputes within the party last year or earlier this year. And that's one of the things I want to get done here at. AJC We're very proud of having been a part of authoring during the era definition but for our listeners who aren't familiar with the definition and why it's so important. Can you just say a word about that. Well because of dispute within the party I should say making making more specific is that People on the far left of the party were concerned that this definition would prevent them from Criticizing sizing Israel or Israeli policy. Which of course? He's not well. The definition does he's indicate ways in which rhetoric concerning Israel Israel can tip over into antisemitism I believe for example if people would say that the actions of the Israeli government towards what's the Palestinians in some way resemble the actions of Not Towards Jews in Europe in the nineteen forties So really they had nothing to worry about. But this is all tied to a much larger augmented. It was rambling on throughout the entirety of Jeremy Comex leadership of the Liberal Party concerning anti Israel rhetoric break and wearing that becomes at. You haven't ISM or for example. If someone challenging British Jews were to somehow hold them accountable for the actions actions of the Israeli government. I think that would also be seen as anti Semitic under the IRA definition which is really important. Considering the way that often we've seen across Europe and perhaps in Britain specifically people tried to do that. Try to discredit jus. I think there's a slur that has cropped up in the UK. Zayas people who you you know. They're interested in defaming and demeaning. They don't really have any way to do it except to try to tie them to Israel so I think it's important that the Labor Party adopts the definition in order to make very clear to its constituents that that kind of thing is anti Semitic well quite an in recent days we have an example of that which is that There's no sort of I would say online activists By the name of Rachel cousins. Who goes by the alias? Rachel Swindon who has a following of tens of thousands of people on twitter. It's unclear whether she is or is not in fact a member of the party but she's nonetheless very close to the sort of cold and leadership and in response to the boards pledges. She tweeted that as I previously said that the board was essentially a conservative organization and also came out with is her own or Or perhaps found only list of pledges for the board which more or less argue that the board had to come out and condemn Israeli military action. In the West Bank thank or condemn what she calls the ethnic cleansing of Palestinian communities in in the West Bank in other words as you said holding British Jews accountable for the actions. uh-huh office ready government. which if they at the very least a dangerous road to go down and she somebody who has previous four in this regard having tweeted about the rothschilds and the so-called influence in the past so the point of this is to say that changing the Leo Party is only the first step? They won't be root and branch Tusk to erotic antisemitism from the Ponti it is always interesting to see how those people who take part in what is called the new antisemitism this kind of attacking Jews shoes on the basis of what Israel does how at the end of the day they are also just old antisemites in the way that she brings up Rothschild conspiracies and things like that. I wanted to ask you about one of the pledgers. In particular number eight is entitled engagement with the Jewish community to be made via its main representative groups and then in explains Labor must engage with the Jewish community Levi its main representative groups not through fringe organizations and individuals. That sounds like it's referencing. Something like there's some history there. Can you tell us a little bit about that. Sure I mean I mean Jeremy Corbyn is somebody who was throughout the time he was leader of the party. Never very much interested in the views and concerns all mainstream British Jewish ortganizations. He has historically been in most of the time that he was leader. Always much more comfortable with what the board calls fringe organizations for example He wasn't much interested in The Jewish Labor movement which is sort of the mainstream Organiz ation all Jews in Labor Party or affiliated with the party rather Jewish Voice Labor whose membership I think could fit into a phone box. I mean if you look at their rallies and meetings the the next in the Guardian newspaper. It's always the same ten fifteen twenty people who assigning these latches At the same time At one of the times when the relationship between Jerry in British Jewish groups was was at his lowest he attended a Saito organized by a group called choose. Who are legitimate tendency in the Jewish community and represent people who have felt themselves felt this affiliated pushed away from the mainstream left-wing clock but they themselves I'm sure would say the reps and also a a very small number of people also Jeremy's also been affiliated with sort of anti-zionist ultra Orthodox people who live in his community but he did not have a working relationship with the board he did not have a working relationship with the chief rabbi in so far as I know and not that he had a working relationship with with the Jewish Leadership Council? which sort of is a you might say a rival organization to the Board of Deputies also a representative group so this point eight? This engagement group is really about the board wanting to reestablish Atlantic communication and a working relationship with the party which is sort of one of the sort of raison. d'etre foil for the board. It sells I'm going to move on in just a moment. Kind of forward-looking questions but there is one more retrospective effective thing that I'm curious about. which is what are we to make of people who are real friends of the Jews or certainly seem to be who campaigned for Labor in this last election? I'm thinking of people for example like London. Mayor Sadeq Khan who has said all the right things about anti Semitism done many of the things about about antisemitism but nevertheless tried to make Jeremy Corbyn the next prime minister should we hold that against him. I case if someone likes to Econ we should not hold that against against him and I think I think you know people who reunite kind of position which is to say supposedly oh party but not supposed to Jeremy Corbyn were very torn because the reality is the British electoral system that much like the Americans. There's it ends up becoming a two-party system Elections to the House Elsa parliament more or less function like elections to the House representatives. There are six hundred fifty constituencies. Each insurance becomes its own kind of to race and in many any of them the racist between Labour and the Conservatives and so sort of I would say anti anti Semitic Labor supporters found themselves in a very Korea unenvious position of having to decide. Do I vote for the Conservatives and put into power party that I oppose my entire adult life likely. ooh Aw do I grit my teeth and vote for the Labor Party on the basis that I am somehow voting for the Party and voting for the candidate in my constituency. But somehow not Jeremy Corbyn and I you know I as a journalist. I love about the free in this regard. So I don't have to make such compromises but I nonetheless feel for people who know people like I said Connor or you could answer this people like just flips. Who is now a candidate for leadership who it's not about Anti Semitism in the pause About the kind of compromises. They had to make that time. So no we we. We shouldn't hold I bet against As you intimate in about a month the voting will begin to elect a new leader of Labor this kind of an interesting quirk for our American listeners. The voting voting will actually stay open for more than a month through the beginning of April and people can vote. I guess anytime in that span. Who are the names that we need to know who are likely Lee to win the election and are any of them going to be you know kind of on their own? The answer to Labour's antisemitism problem tackling the antisemitism crisis is not as simple as for lack of a better way of putting removing the head from the snake Having Jeremy Corbyn leader suddenly a good thing because the cost was it the crisis could not be it's solution But in terms of who will become the next leader There this prison time probably two main candidates on the one hand you have Rebecca Long Bailey who is perceived to be the continuity Corbin candidate the date.
Beyond the Helmet Hit: Who is Myles Garrett?
"Myles Garrett delivered enact that will define him for the rest of his. NFL career from now on no matter what he does people will always remember myles Garrett Eric as the guy that could have killed football player on a football field by taking his helmet and swinging it like a weapon. Brown's defensive end myles Garrett has appealed suspension for striking steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph in the head with his own helmet. Who is the player behind that violent image Mitch burned into fans minds? ESPN's Ryan Smith sat down for extensive interviews with Garrett before this fateful season began today today. The story of mild-mannered pass rusher. WHO's now at the center of a football firestorm? It's Thursday November twenty first. I mean this is. ESPN daily presented by Dell small-business yesterday myles myles Garrett went to New York to appeal his suspension. What happened but let's remember this all stems from the game Thursday Night Ryan Smith is a correspondent and legal analyst for ESPN CLEVELAND Browns? Pittsburgh steelers and in the final seconds Mason Rudolph and myles Garrett get into who it and myles Garrett pulls off Mason Rudolph Helmet and hits them with and getting in there was myles Garrett. Ain't took the helmet off off and slammed him on the top of the head. Oh my goodness data and Garett an indefinite suspension at minimum suspended for the rest of the season and the playoffs offs myles Garrett is agent his lawyers they all met in front of an appointed artless common arbitrator for this James Thrash. A person I would hear this case former. NFL Player and presented his case. Any argued from precedent. He basically said that a couple years back. You're a player for the Texans. Antonio Smith swung his helmet at then. Offensive Lineman Richie Incognito for the dolphins and that earned Smith a two game suspension during the preseason and a one game regular season suspension so for Garrett and his people the arguments simple. That's what happened the last time something like this this happened. And that's what should happen for me. Knock a lengthy suspension. I'm getting right now Ryan Myles Garrett. Wasn't the only player involved in the news this today. Mason Rudolph also gave a statement from my involvement. Last week there is no acceptable. Excuse the bottom line is I should have done a better job keeping my composure. In that situation and fall short when I believe it means it'd be a Pittsburgh steeler a member of the NFL. What did you make of that? Here Mason Rudolph is on the day that myles Garrett is having his appeal hearing and he gets up in front of everybody and he apologizes for his. Is Babe you're in this. I found this stunning here. You've got a guy accused of attacking another guy getting lengthy suspension for it and on the day of the hearing the person who arguably I guess you could say has been victimized comes up and talks about his part in it and almost in some ways exonerates the aggressor and in a way showed that. Hey we all had a role in this and nobody should be excused. Everybody has a little bit of blame. I have no ill will towards myles Garrett great respect for his ability as a player and I know this you know if miles could go back you would handle the situation differently Ryan part of the reason I wanted to talk about this story with you is that you spend a lot of time with myles Garrett. You interviewed him for sixty this summer. You got to know him so I was wondering wondering where were you when you first saw the incident. And what was your reaction. I was at home and I was just kind of hanging out flipping through the channels stop by ESPN. And I see something involving myles Garrett and I. It doesn't really compute to me what I'm looking at. But then as I looked closer I realize is exactly what he did. And and I'm hearing the commentary I'm hearing the outrage but the first word that popped in my mind was why I would never ever in any way. Excuse the conduct. It's just an excusable no matter what happened but I spent better couple days with them in our reporting for east sixty and this was a guy who's introverted. This was a guy who in some ways is mild mannered. Heard if you can believe it and this was about as far as anything I would expect from myles Garrett based on the Guy I know what is it that brought him to this point. Well who has the guy you knew. What was it like when you met him? You know what's so interesting. I got to tell you the very first time I met him. He walks downstairs to sit in our interview chair. And he's wearing a queen shirt. He starts talking about Queen loves the group loves. The music is imploring me to go see the movie that kind of is myles Garrett in a nutshell he's exactly nothing like what you would expect from a guy who replays the way he does who appears the way he is his interest are so wide ranging. It was nothing like anything I ever expected. He loves poetry a tree. He's been writing poetry since he was a boy emslie. He walks among the missed unseen. Two most he doesn't exist. He loves COMEX. He's going to comecon this year to attend some events somewhere down the line. I left to go and not to species for. Hey I'm just here to house and finally the costumes. Maybe one day no just myself. He wanted to dress dragon. Ball Z. Character he he loves anime things like that at the beginning of the interview he said to me I was a boy who report Mama for other man to play Publ Myles Myles Garrett. The person is far different from myles Garrett the football player what did you learn about his upbringing. I mean this is a guy who came from a family of athletes so much talent athletically. His mom was an all American American in track. His sister won a national championship. In track is brother played basketball for the nets. And I'm not just talking about average athletes but really really top level athletes another flight. You can do anything like do whatever makes you happy. But you're going to play some sports. He had sort of this. Love hate relationship that that was more hate when it comes to football playing football at that time even though really didn't want to but at that time I really didn't care for bod playing coming back are you can't play vic so played off of the linemen definitely not for me. I played the game and good at it but there was something missing was Kinda and that passion for the game so it was kind of hard to be okay amounts. His First Love was really basketball and at one point when he was in high school athletic director wanted him to play football. so He's a look. You can play basketball as long as you play football. So how does does he go from being a kid who wasn't even sure if he wanted to play the sport to being the number one overall draft pick and it's a really interesting story when he was around around his sophomore year coaches sat him down parents in the room and they sorta gave him an ultimatum. So you're GONNA put your heart in it or you're not what you're gonNA stop waste of People's time laid it all on the line or you can bring your hips almond bus. Sit Down and do I really want this. Do I really WANNA play football. I'm all my life and they say this the get it. No you could be one of the best. It could be the best player in the nation. This guy is a competitor like he wants. That's to win. And I think when he heard that that it could be the best in the country that SORTA gave him permission to sort of go after people to be the aggressive to be fiery on the field. It wasn't about hurting people. It was about showing people that he is the best that he can be the best best and from then on his play chains really started piling up sack numbers by midway through his senior year. Now you got scores scouts else coming in to see him and as he says. Nick Sabin
Big Brother 21 - Wednesday Night Sept 11 Veto Recap
"We we are two weeks away from the big brother finale got a lot to talk about here tonight on our recap sorry about the delay everybody who's watching live but if you only knew what i had to work with year on the road to make this show happen you would you would understand this mad scientist situation russian that we have going on here of course very excited to be joined here tonight by an esteemed member of the l. FC please welcome welcome the great most danny must how're you doing great i'm very excited to talk about one of my favorite veto competitions BB comics i'm very happy happy that they kind of did a back to basics thing and copied the same competition from big brother sixteen when they first did become a throwback a throwback a throwback robak for the bbc comex classic edition and a throwback to podcast i remember listening to fondly on my way back from mini rene apple when was puja and melissa were on a together many wednesdays ends days ago here he is back on the podcast this time with me here is the great poo poo how are you i'm doing good rob i'm happy happy to be here taryn might not listen to this because he's in new york but upgrade i just got an upgrade here no shade taryn just kidding very excited to be here and very excited to talk bb colleagues okay well very excited fun veto competition and we will talk through the looming not since lebron james puja has there been such a highly anticipated decision of what will happen on thursday night we'll find out live when we are doing our show from the SPCA theater here in new york city i'm out on strong island right now much like nicole and looking forward to our big live show on a thursday night but a lot of talk through you could use hashtag RJ scott saint-pierre is standing by to get us those questions later on in the show melissa how are you doing i'm doing great this was a great episode well a very very exciting veto results i i was so excited when i saw the news that call it won't be joe it's honestly like all day long she had been saying i have have to win this i like i need to do this for myself and for cliff and then she would literally promise to like cliffs family that she was going to win this she's like i'm i'm going to do it i'm gonna win it and most of the time when people say that on the show you're like okay are a sure you are alike that's probably not going to happen but she did it i mean that was insane she did such great job she smoked them i mean she got such a better time it was very impressive it's impressive run here here for nicole and i don't know if i have the big brother player sorta that at my fingertips that i could say is the parallel for this run that nicole is on the only person i can think of who's had a quick change in both capability to take it all at the end and also turn on the complex after having not is paris from be began six that is the only person i can compare her to it's been amazing it's been an amazing not even one week six days for nicole a where she was going into that double and where she is now we're seeing her in a whole new light on we're talking about an whole night and as a nicole fan as someone who was assaulting dear nicole has been a fan and ecole pretty nice to see i will take yeah let's say it's been such an impressive run where sure the odds on favourite to win right which is crazy i mean honestly think about just like the roundtable from last week and where we were basically saying like she's got to win something or else she's never gonna win this there's no way because the main argument going into the end was well well nicole hasn't done anything for these ago right exactly that's the thing is it just it everything is different now i feel like everyone's account nicole nicole hose the winner she's coming into the stretch like melissa draft whereas like a couple of weeks whoever wants their draft sucks so i hope nicole pulls it out because she is the only remaining person who may draft you know i it's been such an impressive turnaround greenlee i'm so happy and mila side you have to commend you on your draft the incredible job to land mccall in brown it was all me i i knew she was going to be the last one i knew that i was gonna get her it was all knee just to reset that was that there were two people left on the board jess and nicole i had the fifteenth pick whoever i didn't pick was going to go to melissa and i said boy gesture nicole nicole lock your parents in the basement i'd like to river but it just seems like a more normal person and the call i can't i can't see you take good luck with nicole lewis and i was like no i like their video video up at a little video clip of it has been kind of circulating around on twitter today and it's just it's so embarrassing 'cause i'm like i didn't pick her i don't want her now go to call you got this you're by doesn't matter if it's victory nonetheless if ends up coming in for the call okay but we'll talk walk through all the scenarios for the game a little bit but let's just talk through what was going on in the episode clear we started with everything going on with tommy he was feeling sorry for himself and he ends up saying that okay i am going to end up coming clean to macbeth to jackson accident holly and he ends up telling the backstory of him in christie that they knew each other yeah so i love the way they set this up on the show because i feel like it was pretty much the exact same thing we were seeing on the feeds on saturday and it's one of those situations where they're just just talking so much smack about christie his face and he's just sitting there and taking it and taking it and then you just got i'd i just need to get defensive now and just kind of also blamed christie by association just look hey i knew her coming in at the play the cards i was dealt it's not not my fault she kinda lost herself like this is just this is why this happened and i loved it it reminds me of a situation on a movie where you know there's a group of the people and their talking a lot of smack about this one of the personnel burden comes as well i've been dating them secretly for three months so what do you have to say about that now nice well well if you think what you guys had to say is bad you should hear what my aunt had to say about her because i'm i'm sure yeah i'm sure my aunt was even she was even go after worse drag her so yeah sure the aunt has some breakup jersey i mean you never wanna go to hard into with the break-up stories because you don't have to break up is gonna take but here in in this instance since i don't know if tommy in christie you're gonna get back together after the season is over melissa yeah and i mean the way that this was put on the show did not make holly look great it made her look pretty bad and pretty mean and she's like i mean i sound download the mean girl right now and like no one says anything like no one says no you're not being it was just like tom he's kind of like it's okay i understand but it just did did not look good for holly i feel like today's at it wasn't great for her i mean this whole time she was kind of able to remove herself from this like bullying mentality or whatever whatever like this mean girl mentality and because she was always able to say like well i didn't have any part of it and it was it was in my heart and like i just felt like i had to go along with it for the game the christie's out of the house this is a game at all it's just like the smack jog somebody this is a great point about holly and i really feel like we've all been going back and forth of what's going to be the best move for nicole and forklift going into thursday and i have to say i think i feel more adamant than ever especially when we're talking about tommy versus holly holly has started to become so unimpressive puja off i almost i feel like i don't even see a scenario where holly ken win why would cliff and nicole wants to get rid of her yet yeah it's talking to parallel to nicole going from poppy not winning anything to now being the front runner is that holly coming into the week was kind of everyone's like like chalk okay if she makes it there she's got everyone beat she might have to work a little bit against jackson but she's got this going where why are they being picked off right now why holly being looked at right right now it just comes down to the fact that holly and mickey are jackson as we call them or a pair dr jackson yeah yeah that was so great by the way i didn't think of it we'll do all the comics and a little bit just basically basically comes down to the fact that they got rid of a pair it was a three way standoff of three pairs and now this is another pair and now there's an opportunity in front of them to maybe take take that one down we've all talked about at length of how impressive jackson's run has been since the blow up of forty four and here we are now and he could run on it to the end and this is something they see as handicapping jackson it boils under that yeah have you weighed in on on what you think cliff and nicole should do know because i got on the update the day before all this went down so my viewpoint from the get-go was it's a two out of four with the pair of nicole and cliff and then you've got a singular tommy a singular mickey if you're why don't you mickey out of nowhere jackson accepted yeah it's happened finally watermelon seed planted in your head i wish it was seedless those are better however yes so if you take holly out here these to see each other as biggest threat to win at the end they fully believe it at least that's how i'm taking it so my belief was coming down if they get to the final four these two are going to go after each other they're going to want to target each other even though cliff and nicole are sitting there as a pair why because even if we've just seen nicole when two competitions out of the last four in the last six days that's impressive we've seen cliff come out of nowhere when competitions when no one bought it was possible he's had his moments but jackson's run is unparalleled his competition wins have been ridiculously insane outside of here he's pretty much want everything that he's been really good on the flipside tommy has not not been a slouch in these cops he's coming second in a lot of even this one right now would-be comics so they go even if they win their have to look at taking each other out so that's where i stand is holly going out is better and i'm not gonna lie i wasn't one hundred percent in because everyone has said this is one of those ones where there's no rude winning pick either works i think as the days have gone on here and just the game we've seen just the conversations we've seen it's getting more and more clear that holly going is the move here okay melissa i'm much more in the tommy should go camp because i think that tommy i can see him winning competitions here down the stretch and could tell me this is crazy could you see tommy winning the final goal three h. o. h. and potentially taking jackson to the final two is that crazy to imagine that i think that it's possible however i mean like i don't know i don't think it's crazy but i think that the odds are he wouldn't because first of all well if he does that i mean he already knows that holly would vote for jackson so that automatic probably receive oh automatic jackson votes and then that would cancel out his chris evokes his christie does like the one like yes christie is gonna vote for me so then renders christie vote kind of move and then you know i i just think that he i don't think he would take jackson just because i think that he jackson are automatically has some votes associated with him uh-huh whereas nicole and cliff it's up in the air we don't know who's gonna vote for nicole and clip tommy as the argument first of all against clip that like i've been working this whole time i was in these all these alliances blah blah blah and i'm the last man standing from the alliance nicole and clifton do anything the whole game yeah sure they like you know they could say that obviously i disagree i think cliff i've
U.S. stock futures pointing to further advances in Friday trade
"In European stocks are climbing alongside U. S. stock index futures Asian shares rallied on the final trading day of a tumultuous month dominated by the trade war treasuries are retreating which check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S. and P. futures are up fifteen points this morning down features of a hundred forty nasdaq futures up forty five the dachshund Germany's up one percent ten year treasury down nine thirty seconds here one point five two percent the yield of the two year one point five four percent nynex recoil down one percent or fifty six cents to fifty six fourteen of Errol comex gold is down a tenth of a percent and a dollar ninety to fifteen thirty five and outs the euro one point one zero four zero against the dollar the British pound one point two one six nine and the yen is it one of six point four
Futures dip after rally as trade talk euphoria fades
"U. S. stock index futures are slipping after a mixed session in Asia's enthusiasm over the latest US China trade truce wanes we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S. and P. futures are down four points Dow futures down thirty two nasdaq futures down eighteen that action Germany's down a tenth of a percent ten year treasury up for thirty seconds the yield to percent the yield on the two year one point seven six percent NYMEX crude oil down three tents for center nineteen cents a fifty eight ninety one a barrel comex gold is up half percent or six dollars fifty cents at thirteen ninety five eighty