40 Burst results for "DOW"

Fresh update on "dow" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:41 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "dow" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"Now in the extended electronic session 69 95 the gain here is something greater than 5 and a half percent where the Dow is concerned we were up 1.9% today in the NASDAQ market We had the composite index rising about 9 tenths of 1% A lot of strength in small cap stocks with Russell 2000 today higher by 2% In the minus column we have to include lucid group This is the electric vehicle maker Apparently the company is now under federal investigation following a merger with a blank check company a regulatory filing notes that lucid received a subpoena from the SEC on December 3rd back in July this company became public after combining with his special purpose acquisition company Churchill capital corp four Today lucid shares down 5% I'm.

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Asia shares mixed as investors weigh omicron economic risks

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 6 d ago

Asia shares mixed as investors weigh omicron economic risks

"The the stock stock market market rebounded rebounded Monday Monday after after Friday's Friday's free free fall fall from from the the news news that that the the new new corona corona virus virus variant variant was was spreading spreading and and prompting prompting travel travel restrictions restrictions the the Dow Dow gained gained back back two two hundred hundred thirty thirty six six points points Monday Monday the the nasdaq nasdaq up up nearly nearly three three hundred hundred and and the the S. S. and and P. P. five five hundred hundred recovered recovered more more than than half half its its drop drop from from Friday Friday so so investors investors did did take take it it in in but but it'll it'll it'll it'll it's it's Laura Laura Marino Marino Lucas Lucas at at panto panto cap cap she she says says investors investors are are waiting waiting to to see see what what this this new new variant variant might might do do to to the the economy economy but but she's she's optimistic optimistic there's there's a a lot lot of of money money still still on on the the sidelines sidelines it's it's looking looking for for places places to to invest invest Marino Marino Lucas's Lucas's volatility volatility should should be be expected expected in in the the final final quarter quarter of of the the year year and and her her main main concern concern inflation inflation because because there's there's definitely definitely a a lot lot of of concerns concerns around around that that age age where where you're you're seeing seeing just just the the disparity disparity and and an an income income is is is is really really are are in in addition addition to to pandemic pandemic news news Friday's Friday's jobs jobs report report could could swing swing stock stock prices prices hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Fresh update on "dow" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:47 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dow" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"Quick take This is a Bloomberg business lash So we are now about well let's say under 43 minutes until the closing bell the Monday session has been very much about an appetite for risk Want to get you the very latest as we cross to the Bloomberg macro squawk dust Bill meloni is there Hey bell And good afternoon Doug U.S. stocks are surging with the Dow leading the way Dow is currently up 695 points ses gained 62 NASDAQ rises by a 167 The U.S. tenure yield at 1.43% gold is down 5 Bitcoin is little changed and transports rise 400 points Among the main 11 SB sectors all were in the green led by gains in energy industrials and the materials and leaders to the upside in the doubt Walgreens Intel and Visa while Verizon led to the downside In deal news Jackson Jack in the box is buying Adele taco for 575 million and another's BuzzFeed opened at ten 95 in its trading debut and lucid said they received an SEC subpoena back on December 3rd Grabbing things up GitLab reports after the bell Live from the first to break a new test.

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Stocks sink on new COVID variant; Dow loses 905 points

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

Stocks sink on new COVID variant; Dow loses 905 points

"The new coronavirus variant first detected in South Africa has sent financial markets tumbling I'm Ben Thomas with a look at the numbers New York Stock Exchange closed early on the Friday after thanksgiving just as word was coming from the World Health Organization the new variant of covert nineteen Omicron is a highly transmissible virus of concern with cases being discovered in Hong Kong Belgium in Tel Aviv as well as major south African cities like Johannesburg worry spread that it could reverse progress toward getting the pandemic under control travel and energy stocks were among the biggest losers as the S. and P. five hundred fell two point three percent its worst day since February the Dow lost nine hundred and five points to two point five percent and the nasdaq composite had its worst drop in two months meanwhile the price of oil saw its biggest decline since early in the pandemic falling about thirteen percent I'm Ben Thomas

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Fresh update on "dow" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:40 sec | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dow" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"Is a Bloomberg business lash A lot of appetite for risk in today's session the equity market is recovering after that volatility last week in the broader market we have strengthened energy and industrial shares leading the S&P to a gain of about 1.6% where the Dow is concerned we are hired by more than 2.1% and in the NASDAQ market again of about 1.3% The European Union's antitrust regulators have temporarily paused their investigation into that proposed merger between the British chip designer arm limited and Nvidia Reuters is reporting the lockdown restrictions in Europe and some staff shortages have forced EU officials to wait for information that they desperately need Nvidia shares right now down about 2.2% We're also seeing shares in the electric.

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 Dow slammed by 1,000 points in worst drop of 2021 on fears about new Covid variant

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | Last week

Dow slammed by 1,000 points in worst drop of 2021 on fears about new Covid variant

"Stocks tank this morning as a new highly transmissible corona virus variant from South Africa seem to be spreading across the globe the Dow dropped about nine hundred points in the first twenty minutes of trading the S. and he appeared to be headed toward its worst day since September down one point seven percent the nasdaq dropped one point one percent soon after the open companies felt the economic impact fast flights between South Africa and Europe were subject to

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Fresh update on "dow" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:39 sec | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dow" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"From Bloomberg world headquarters in New York I'm Doug Chris 2 p.m. on Wall Street and we have a rally underway in the equity market with a recovery after that volatility that we saw last week Dow industrial average right now ahead by about 2.2% in the broader market its energy and financials leading the S&P to a gain of something greater than one and a half percent NASDAQ composite up just about 1.2% right now Some of we're calling today's price action a case of dip buying Well maybe it's a case of you only live once right In spite of the advance though a noted market sage told us earlier he's expecting a bear market Here is Dennis gartman editor of the gartman letter It is required at this point we had an expansion for a long period of time And I think over the course of next year he or she who loses.

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American Airlines Cancels More Than 1,500 Flights Since Friday Amid Staffing Issues, Weather

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:26 min | Last month

American Airlines Cancels More Than 1,500 Flights Since Friday Amid Staffing Issues, Weather

"American Airlines canceled over 1500 flights over the Halloween weekend blaming weather woes, wink wink and staffing issues. I always love it when these airlines blame weather for staffing problems, and then the people who live in the communities where the weather is, they will run that bad here. That reminds me of the time that Hillary fainted in Lower Manhattan remember when she popped out of her shoe and they threw her in a van and wouldn't take her to the hospital when she was running for president. Hi, I'm glad she's well. But she had a bad morning and I was in New York City just about a mile away. And the mainstream media rushed to her defense. They said, oh, it was so it was so hot. Oh, it was hot. She had heat exhaustion. It was this cool crisp, shattering morning in New York. I was there. It wasn't hot. But the mainstream media figures, you know, the beast figures well, if we lie, people aren't gonna be around. They don't know. They're not there. We'll tell them it's hot. So that's a little bit like Southwest Airlines, American Airlines, canceling all these flights. Oh, it's windy in Dallas. They got some wind conditions. In Dallas Fort Worth, I got a news flash. It's windy a lot at Dow in Dallas Fort Worth. They in canceling 1500

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Fresh update on "dow" discussed on Balance of Power

Balance of Power

00:59 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dow" discussed on Balance of Power

"Towards painting that picture and kind of laying the groundwork for a faster paper So they have the options to raise rates earlier so ultimately they might not have to raise them quite as high Now as for equities economist Dennis Garmin says stocks are entering a bear market A bear market is required at this point we had an expansion for a long period of time And I think over the course of next year he or she who loses the least amount of money will be the winner But if this Bloomberg business flash being brought to you by SCI crises emphasize character partnership one mission one community SCI go to SCI C dot com slash IMS Right now the Dow Jones Industrial Average is up 656 points That's a rise of 1.9% after Friday's sell off Right now 35,234 S&P 500 of 54 points a rise of 1.2% at 45 92 And the NASDAQ of 93 points at 15,179 At your Bloomberg business flash This is balance of power I'm Emily Wilkins here with Joe Matthew.

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Observation

Bald and Blonde

04:38 min | Last month

Observation

"It is very helpful to observe. But now i would like to bring in very different aspect to observation and i think that is very healthy to acquire as skill. Let's say i'm observing someone who slowing temper tantrum or is lake traffic rage. And i'm sitting next to them on the passenger seat so now when i engaged in it emotionally meaning when my energy is in motion by either i feel embarrassed that my partner or my driver is throwing a fit on the road or i feel poorly about those people that i yelled at Or honked at or some visuals shown at some people get cramps in the middle fingers. So you know what i'm referring to end when we nevertheless become the observer and just observed. What's a surveillance. Camera would observe so a hassle. There's somebody driving. A car seeming the frustrated and responding towards their frustration into the open world quite verbally quite physically honking and soundly and then therefore when we only observe it then we do not get tangled up with it or tangled in with. I'm wishy here. i feel white. You're saying brush stepping back in observing way also step back from the russian yes so we don't get caught shopping which i believe that is very helpful. Yes because distance is very helpful. Because when i believe it is all about me then. My energy is in motion. And then i can be emotional. I'm not saying to become a rock and so no emotions at all but we let's invest wisely. So when i'm observing. Let's say to people are doing. And i am not the subject so i am not the subject matter in this case then i can just assume as if i was watching a movie on a screen or in the movie theater and i can put up my legs. And pop the popcorn and observe the show hopefully enjoy ably so and sometimes not so much. But now here's a very good point to this. When we are the observer then we have less tendency to get involved and also. We remain less judgmental. Why that's a good point when you and i sit in the movie theater. And we're watching the newest flick. That's just our in such amazing advertisement that we saw about it and teaser about it and a trailer and we saw people talk about it and now we're sitting in the movie theater and let's say one of us you are. I i volunteer. So i don't like the movie can happen because i'm very picky. Were comes to movies. I admit and then let's say i don't really enjoy the movie too. I kept up and scream and yell at the screen at dow. Do it wrong. No don't do that. Why would you do that. No i don't like you doing that stopping. No i would not do that. Because people probably would call nine one one and bringing me in some closed quarters so i'm sitting there and not taking it personally. I can still feel emotional about the story. That's going on the movie screen. Tv and that's okay. But i still don't take it personally. It may trigger nevertheless some of my emotional baggage that i'm so carrying with me. let's say you and i see a young mother on the tv screen. Single abandoned tortured hurt reactive disappointed victim. We may reflect on times of our lives each one of us individually and subjectively and then become emotional about that so may trigger staffing but we are observing it. and when. I'm aware that i'm observing it. Whatever it is than i have a distance you see. Yeah and it's smart should be an observer. It's very smart to be an observer not necessarily than to jump in and figure it out myself like you mentioned occasionally someone introduces some new skill to you at all yet let me try it different aspects of observations. Yes of course. I am observing it then. I wanna learning by doing yes. Supreme puerta

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S&P 500 fell 4.8% in September, worst month since March 2020

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

S&P 500 fell 4.8% in September, worst month since March 2020

"Stocks have closed out September with their worst monthly loss since the beginning of the pandemic five hundred ended the month down four point eight percent the first monthly drop since January in the biggest since March twenty twenty when covered nineteen first hit the U. S. hard by the stock market has climbed steadily for much of the year it became unsettled in recent weeks with the spread of the more contagious delta variant of covert nineteen a sudden spike in long term bond yields and word that the federal reserve may start to unwind its support for the economy in today's session the S. and P. fell nearly fifty two points or one point two percent to four thousand three oh seven however it's still up fourteen point seven percent for the year the Dow dropped five hundred and forty six points or one point six percent while the nasdaq composite lost nearly sixty four I'm Ben Thomas

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AOC's Bill to Extend Pandemic Unemployment Benefits Spoonfeeds Socialism

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 2 months ago

AOC's Bill to Extend Pandemic Unemployment Benefits Spoonfeeds Socialism

"On it. But another big story that has been the talk of the town today and I'm no, I'm no Larry Kudlow right when it comes to financial news. But the Dow tumbled 900 points as Wall Street's fears turned to China. Jane and this is bad and the reason it's bad is because people are losing their shirts. And have the potential to lose their shirts. Now we saw this. This plummet in Wall Street. And it's because of all this speculation over ever Grant this Chinese, this huge Chinese company that owns tons of real estate and is slowly becoming insolvent. And this is a problem. That is not only going to affect China's economy and send a massive blow to their economy. It's going to send a massive loader our own economy. And In the midst of all of that AOC all out crazy herself. She is, I guess. Maybe, um, thinking, let me take advantage of every good crisis I can find. And she says, you know what? We're going to extend the pandemic unemployment insurance, and I say, Hey, let me get some of that right there Giving out everybody Let me get some. But AOC. She's going to introduce a bill to extend pandemic unemployment assistance benefits, which expired in September. She talked about this last week and talked about introducing and I think, put it out there, but She's back. And she's saying this, uh, virtual town Hall. Sand, blah, blah, blah. We're going at it. We're doing this thing. Now I think that she may gain some traction with this. I'm not sure. I really don't know. But I do know that if we continue to do this The result is the same. And what I mean by that is Money that's constantly coming in from the government that isn't being earned by the people and again unemployment insurance is a different story. But that may be the easiest way to spoon feed

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Stocks Drop the Most Since May on Worries Over China, Fed

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Stocks Drop the Most Since May on Worries Over China, Fed

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting stocks dropped the most since may on worries over China and the fed worries about a potential collapse by Evergrande one of China's largest real estate developers and the potential ripple effects across markets sent stocks tumbling on Wall Street Monday the markets are also worried the federal reserve may pull back its support for the economy the S. and P. five hundred suffered its biggest drop in four months falling over seventy five points or one point seven percent to four thousand three fifty seven seventy three after two weeks of losses the S. and P. five hundred is on track for its first monthly decline since January the Dow Jones industrial average briefly dial nine hundred seventy one point fell six fourteen to thirty three thousand nine seventy the nasdaq fell three hundred thirty points or two point two percent losses mirrored drops in overseas markets hi Mike Rossio

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A Global Selloff to Kick off Disrupt Week

Equity

00:28 sec | 2 months ago

A Global Selloff to Kick off Disrupt Week

"A hello. This is alex of course happy monday. Hope you're doing. Well hope he had a good weekend and that all things are gucci where you are. I'm scared because the markets are in freefall. This morning it is an absolute mess out there. We have the dow jones industrial average off six hundred twenty points in market trading or two point eight percent that in case. You're not sure is lot yes. It is the nasdaq is off two hundred and eighteen points or one point four percent. This morning again. Pre-market trading numbers. So we're kind of looking ahead to what the. Us markets will

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The Beginnings of the Philadelphia Black Mafia With Former Police Officer Sean Griffin

Gangland Wire

02:47 min | 3 months ago

The Beginnings of the Philadelphia Black Mafia With Former Police Officer Sean Griffin

"African american people have notoriously been kept squeezed out from those kinds of things. We've got all kinds of reports red line. you can't get loans. There's just a lot of ways that african americans been squeezed down and a made drugs came along and boy. These owes young geyser being squeezed out. They saw a way to make money and make big mma to do any kind of crime on organiz basis like that you got a former organization is always usually ends up with the title. Mafia hit less cabot general term. Even though it's really sessaion in nature. But what's russians russian mob russian mafia. He get the black mafia. So how did that develop their in Philadel- well is most major. Cities had a lack of remorse. Lady hurts because they didn't have offices the banking. It met that. I find mulcher series source of pines in so long numbers. One is especially atms. Rows road bags for neighbors now is all throughout the country. We had one in kansas city. Guy named peyton. He was the banker and he had the policy and he had several bars and he was active in politics and he joined with the irish organization to help get the vote out actually converted all the african americans from republican because they all rebublican before because lincoln won the war at a dow. He turned him all the democrats to go with machine. So i bet you got the same thing in this country. I mean w registering ninety nine. Buffy negro now obviously it's not it's a microcosm of what was going on about such what he called rove ice and that's the influence of those people in that neighbor in those neighborhoods and they heading rented power. Forget it was a patriot. Serves no different than the irish who police and firefighter. You trash hold jobs. This is really not complicated. But it's complicated. Because the media academics ever talked about the so no already getting back to your phillies. Black mafia it. We don't know when it started wisdom. The common theme was they started in the mid sixties. I always the foot only. Because when i started my research in the nineties about outfits i was lucky i have the benefit of twenty years of hindsight sarai. Now new flu group was supposed to look like a new bieber. Were slack ago. Records law intelligence violence and newspaper active. And what you wind up seeing where clusters of these guys being arrested together so they will each other for years. Whether that was organized crime racket the matter of honest we get to the mid sixties. There are actually calling themselves. The black

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Closing Prices for Crude Oil, Gold and Other Commodities

Wall Street Breakfast

00:24 sec | 3 months ago

Closing Prices for Crude Oil, Gold and Other Commodities

"Dow s&p nasdaq futures are all higher by as much as half a percent stocks in asia gained while at midday in europe shares are higher and in oil markets brent crude is trading over seventy two dollars a barrel up one and a half percent gold slipped to just under eighteen hundred dollars an ounce. The dollar was steady against major peers. And bitcoin was unchanged at forty. Six thousand

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The Racial Double Standard of the Democratic Party

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:11 min | 3 months ago

The Racial Double Standard of the Democratic Party

"Know any criticism of the black democrat and we conservatives are denounced as racist if you dare to criticize a brock obama for eight years. You're racist you're not allowed to criticize anyone who's african american in the political arena but you see a white woman wearing a literal monkey mask throwing it at a black gubernatorial candidate like larry. Come on mike. She just happened to find a monkey mask. That doesn't mean she's racist. This is the left. They don't recognize how bigoted they are. They don't care about black conservatives their hatred for a black conservative like larry elder or their disdain and indifference to black americans who believe in voter. Id laws and i think they're both important because it it it's very telling about the left. Dow black people are just a little dumber than we are. They can't get a photo. Id come on. There's no reason you got to produce an idea to vote.

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Private Payrolls Increase by Just 374,000 in August

The Erick Erickson Show

01:12 min | 3 months ago

Private Payrolls Increase by Just 374,000 in August

"Our economy is realigning in various ways private poet payroll increased by just three hundred seventy four thousand in august the estimate from adp with six hundred thousand. This is from cnbc us. Companies created far fewer jobs than expected in august as the covert resurgence coincided with cutbacks in hiring according to a report wednesday for payroll services firm. Adp private payroll rose. Just three hundred. Seventy four thousand for the month well. Below the dow jones estimate of six hundred thousand though above july three hundred twenty six thousand which was revised downward slightly from the initial. Three hundred. thirty thousand reading. Most of the new jobs came from leisure hospitality which added two hundred one thousand positions in a somewhat hopeful sign that an industry beset by labor shortages continues to recover education and health services combined. Fifty nine thousand for the month is hospitals in some parts of the country were swamped with virus. Cases and schools began to reopen following a robust recovery from the shortest but steepest recession in. Us history economic data late has been disappointing. Possibly reflecting pullbacks from the summer surge of the delta

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S&P 500 Ends August Higher, Its 7th Straight Monthly Gain

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

S&P 500 Ends August Higher, Its 7th Straight Monthly Gain

"Stocks ended the month of August on the plus side even though the major indexes closed lower in Tuesday trading trading has been choppy with uncertainty over how much of an impact the leader surgeon cove it cases will have on the still recovering economy rob Hey worked at U. S. bank wealth management says investors are gauging which areas of the market will benefit in the coming months with supply constraints and the virus still for the month of August the S. and P. five hundred gained two point nine percent the nasdaq was four percent higher and the Dow gained a modest one point three percent a number of factors have boosted sentiment corporate earnings are higher than expected the fed is indicated it believes inflation is temporary and oil companies have been able to begin restarting refineries despite regional damage from hurricane ida hi Jackie Quinn

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PSG Pause Mbappe Talks

ESPN FC

01:26 min | 3 months ago

PSG Pause Mbappe Talks

"Lionel messi making his debut for g. however on the page it was in pain exactly together would better so the front page advocate. Meanwhile the front of asked the madrid-based newspaper saying barry schools macy's party with the likes of absent market. Ram madrid fans as well committee. Julianne the wrong. Joel's i've been pushing for this move for combat. Pay to go ahead before the transfer deadline on tuesday for reports. We're hearing today. That was pretty much dead in the water. Now well the time don of course between now and choose denied for them to make a deal. But it's true that right now from what we're being told as well and we wrote on the start negotiations of stop there's no more discussions between madrid and remaining firm in the sense dow we've out to offers from real madrid hundred. Six hundred eighty million. This is not enough if you want to get in and we can. We've opened the door. We talking to you but you need to have a higher bid. If that doesn't come he won't go. he's happy to stay up. We mention but he's also not. If i'm saying i'm not going to extend my contract so you would have no money in a year time and we leave vilocci to madrid with no money for you. If you want some money for me. You'd have to find an agreement now and let me go now but at the moment it looks like and again. Is this just not where we call the show. It looks like he would be staying power

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Markets Close at Records as Fed Lays out Taper Timeline

CNBC's Fast Money

01:53 min | 3 months ago

Markets Close at Records as Fed Lays out Taper Timeline

"And we start this hour with all those fed headlines at sent markets soaring today. The s. and p. nasdaq closing at new records. The dow jumping more than two hundred points. This is jerome. Powell seemed to set a timetable for the taper but tamp down expectations for any rate hikes. Let's get right to see policeman who's been following all the action in the virtual jackson hole this year steve. Yeah virtual jackson hole where real impacts on the market says you said fisher j at outright. He expects the fed would start tapering later this year if the economy continues to improve but he left him so flexible by not offering us specific month for the announcement or the beginning of the taper. Powell said inflation it's passed the test to start tapering employment on the way to a passing grade. The outlook for the labor market has brightened considerably in recent months after faltering last winter job gains have risen steadily over the course of this year and now average eight hundred thirty two thousand over the past three months of which almost eight hundred thousand have been in services. Powell said the delta very represented a risk. But he's still expects good job growth in the months ahead. That inflation will likely prove to be transitory. In that rate hikes require a higher standard than tapering does but members of the federal market committee interviews on. Cnbc right here. they're pretty definitive. It was time for the fed to ease back on the throttle. my view would be. Let's start to taper and let's let's do it quickly. Let's not have this linger you know the last time we did the taper. The economy was in a much weaker position than it is right now. And because of that there was some uncertainty that the taper itself could trigger some some weakness further weakness in the economy. I just don't think we're in that position now

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Modest Gains Nudge Nasdaq Above 15,000 for the First Time

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:16 sec | 3 months ago

Modest Gains Nudge Nasdaq Above 15,000 for the First Time

"Gains but enough to earn both the S and P 500 NASDAQ composite index fresh closing highs. Yes and PhD, up six points today and the NASDAQ Rose 77, the first ever close above 15,000 for that tech heavy index. The Dow Jones industrials gained 30 points

Breitbart's Allum Bokhari on Facebook and Freedom of Speech

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:09 min | 3 months ago

Breitbart's Allum Bokhari on Facebook and Freedom of Speech

"Here we have the chief spokesperson for the new regime. The blood firths the jihadi regime. Who has a lesson for us play cuts and that's where the booklet later is the ban. Daddy the dow this question should be asked to those people who are Claiming to be promoters of speech who do not allow publication of information and news. I can ask facebook company this week. The taliban lecturing the press as to whether facebook's should be the people that are interviewing let's discuss the rich rich irony with the author of hashtag deleted Big tax battle to raise the trump movement and steal an election. He is of course. A bright button uses investigative journalists on big tech issues allen bakari. Welcome back and welcome to america. First one on one. I had to be on so after ask. How did you react when you saw that video that audio from kabul with the the theocrat of of the the taliban regime lecturing us on freedom of speech well this is actually something. I've been expecting for a while for From like any number of regimes that criticizes on know. They even rights record on the basis for the individual liberty. They denied that people. Because you know. As liberty erodes in america that undermines america's ability to criticize concrete even if they are objectively worse than the united states and the taleban over the are objectively worse than Than the united states and the west even than silicon valley but when silicon valley has undermined reece beach. the extent That allows you know the taliban to come along and say hey facebook centers facebook centers would it tends to be blasted me. Why facebook standard. Though we're gonna blast today in afghanistan yukon criticize us for it

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"dow" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"dow" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Know. Just reporting what was saying. Semi conductors as they seem to be just in everything. Dow types. Even Boeing 15 today on No news. Somebody's looking at planes would be do When you have a chance today you will see Boeing broke above last week's gap. When you do your scans tonight, I want you to notice. All these names and these areas that are, it's still in. That range last week and on the verge of moving above the level of last week off that big gap. Or have already moved above. That level. We think that is the play here. Has technically All the dormant stuff comes alive. Set up well last week, and we got a little bit of a hook today. Another vaccine that was even better. And May I state Good clothes. Is that the end of the day? 100 point del pop in the last minute to half There in lies. What we're seeing in the markets. By the way, while all that going on Amazon just finished green. A ton of stuff. Was still red today. In those areas. Software that.

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"dow" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"dow" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"If you ever see report on how the stock market is doing. In the United States. It'll probably be quoting the value of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. The Dow Jones is an index, the stock prices of thirty large American companies while it's us to reflect the relative health of the economy it was really never designed to do that the index is weighted by market cap. So the price of the thirty stocks are all treated equally even though the companies may be vastly different sizes. Likewise the index is an adjusted for inflation and poorly performing companies are removed and replaced every few years I calculated on twenty six, eighteen, ninety, six it is the second oldest stock index in the United States the oldest being the Dow Jones Transportation Index which dates back to eighteen eighty four and was created to show the health of the railroad industry. The Industrial Index was created by Charles Dow who is the editor of The Wall Street Journal and Edward Jones who was a statistician today the list consists of companies you probably heard have Apple Walmart McDonald's Exxon Mobil visa in Walt Disney. In, the first eighteen ninety, six, ration-, the are only twelve stocks listed. The stocks are mostly ones you haven't heard of, but we're representative of the economy at the time. Each of the twelve stocks has a really interesting story and eleven of the twelve companies actually still sort of exist in some shape or another. So here, all twelve of the original Dow Jones Industrial Average companies from eighteen, ninety six and what became of them. American cotton. Oil Company. In the nineteenth century cotton mill owners began consolidating and the eventually created a trust which dominated eighty percent of the industry. The fortunes of the company started going South and it was acquired by best foods in Nineteen thirty-one. Best Foods merged with corn products company in Nineteen fifty eight, which later split into ingredient and best foods in one thousand, nine, hundred, seven best foods was then purchased by Unilever in the year two thousand. American sugar refining. Company. The company was.

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"dow" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"dow" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Dow down seventeen points at twenty five thousand three eighty three S. and P. higher by fourteen at three thousand forty four nasdaq also up hundred twenty points at ninety four eighty nine while gold climbed higher ups fifteen dollars at seventeen forty three in the oil thirty five dollars a barrel the ten year bond yield point six nine percent all right our thanks John Lockwood there at four fifty two and just a quick note of the protests are growing across the United States we also have a protest set for at six o'clock here in Sacramento this course in response to the death of George Floyd meantime prosecutors in Minnesota say they believe they will be able to successfully prosecute a now former Minneapolis police officer charged now with murder and manslaughter after the in custody death of George Floyd well on your Friday food segment restaurants in Sacramento or slowly opening up in tonight celebrating sixty years in old town it's the fire house I caught up with the very busy executive chef Stephen Ashley well you've been shut for how many weeks have you counted exactly so I actually lost track on after like a week for I think it was been a total of like ten weeks yeah okay but you got the word you can reopen it takes a little while to assemble everything to get you back going but you're managing to do that tonight so tell us what's happening so for tonight we have our happy hour that starts at four o'clock runs from four to six and then our main dining room opens up with our courtyard experience which is amazing at five o'clock for for dinner service and that court yard is beautiful and you can easily easily social distance there move those tables around so everybody's in a safe place right yeah oh yeah for sure in compliance with the state and our city and county guidelines we have have safety measures in place and we are thrilled they're already open the fire house Friday night for dinner and happy hour yes okay and I know because of all the weeks have gone by you're now in a new menu it's a spring menu so that must be exciting to launch out with something new yeah it is it's pretty incredible I mean I have a clams and pork on the menu I have for an appetizer why Courtney Okie a smoked duck breast which comes with wild rice pancakes cherries caramelized onions and balsamic braised pork belly that people are gonna love have a stone fruit Preciado salad and then for entrees I've gotta Chilean sea bass and clams I've got a a brand new scallop dish which I'm really excited for with the spare despondent and all kinds of fun stuff going on that dishes of course are staples you know like our filet and our rabbi and rack of lamb and our double cut pork chop which is they're all fantastic as well as a brand new dessert menu were rolling out tonight which includes a raspberry yogurt cake blueberry cheese tart lemon orange creme brulee and the cappuccino mousse cake while you are ready to rock that's yeah yeah so what do people need to know chef today you have to have reservations can they just show up what's the best course to take worst reservations are recommended but we were all always accommodate this walk in guests yeah as many as you can get in there sure are okay at the fire house again it's in the old Sacramento and it's it's celebrating sixty years and it showed how long have you been there now I've been here for about almost four years they promoted me to executive chef in December which is really exciting chef Stephen Ashley there at the fire house all the info at KP dot com the afternoon news with Kitty o'neal coming up the latest in protest after the death of George Floyd on news ninety three point one KPK live everywhere on the I heart radio app sciri Alexa.

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"dow" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"dow" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

"The past and we're driving that really what the customer needs and how the customer sees how to to line out our our agenda and our priorities digitals and you know some of the feedback that we heard You know one of the most difficult areas that are customers Have found in doing business with us in our you know when they have a quality problem and if they have you know have to return cry and you know just the way we are set up. We weren't organize to you know. Make that more streamlined and quote unquote enjoyable for customers. So if you think about you know we all probably most of us have have had the apple experience and that's what we talk about. Inside of Dow is how we make it seamless and easy for customers to interact on those. You know we've identified the key touch boys that we have with our customers in. Of course you know the innovation. He white the getting a product to our customers when we say we're going to are all very key that we're focused on as well but that was one that we could address pre-quake lay in and really change the conversation with our customers so when we talk about being closer to our customers or focusing on the customer experience that's what we're talking the employee experience is you know. There's there's our workforce out there that's coming in to the working world. That's ready for the workforce of tomorrow and you know the use of of digital tools and capabilities and processes that are less happy and less Garner's focused so You know that is one of our second key. Drivers is always looking at from you know any project. We run any change. We make number one as they're going to be better for the customer number. Two is more enjoyable for employees employees. Because we want their work to the easy thing we want you know what they do to be effective and and for them to enjoy their day at Dallas while and not the final one is around. I would say you know working at the speed of business Really changing how we work again. That's that's looking end. And at how many execution were forgetting about the organizational boundaries or the or charts and looking at. How do we again streamline what we do From the view of the customer not necessarily the view of what would make our life easier. And what what would make you know. A functional organizations like easier Attala. We having at that together to deliver you know as one Dow to our customers so we're really focused on like I said becoming a real time Dow so we're not doing a lot of stuff in the background or in the back office to to make that interaction. Work that you know that interaction can be streamlined. Directly to the customer we can commit to a delivery date you know online with our customers so if you if you wind that back that's a lot of changing again how we look at. Howard doing our work. It's about changing. How jobs are structured in the company but as well as looking at something that maybe ernest bond but you know getting into the details of the data and how we maintain our data and we have our data structured and set up and maintained so so we can do real time and not to do a lot in back office so I think some really exciting Themes what we try to do. We are it strategy with those themes of the company while in. I think it's really nice because it's not you know. A lot of technology gets its three simple themes that we can check everything. We're doing against in the company and everybody can relate to to what we're trying to work on both internal and external one of the things that's also changed since the last time you and I spoke at least on the record. What is operatives of your responsibilities? So you've been enroll as chief information officer for about three and a half years and borough a little less than two You added the e chief digital officer set of responsibilities to those and I'm curious What what changed. What what was the impetus for the aggrandizement of the title in how you see that translating the two sides now with your role. Yeah I actually am very fortunate that the CEO asked me to take on the officer role having already having the the CIO role. Because I looked and I watched a few other companies were they named someone else other than the CIO CIO to be the chief digital officer in it seems like another it ish organization starts popping up in you know seen some conflict so. I'm wearing both hats so I guess I can argue with myself. I do think I'm fortunate because I do wear both hats than you know that the CIO role is You know there's some traditional things tack things that you just have to make sure work in a company is the CIO a lot of infrastructure roll-out of base capabilities. That you know that every employee uses that she digital officer all I think really brings you know credibility to bribing the change the transformation for the company in just the collaboration that You know I am. Accountability for driving is a part of the CEO role and chief digital officer. But I'M NOT GONNA I'm not GonNa make everything match magically become digital on my own is through just incredible collaboration. I would say collaboration like we never seen in the company before you know across You know the the it organization our businesses as well as the it organization with all of the other functions in the company to make this flow. Send all You know the it's really also given me an opportunity to Have have a say in in those partnerships and and bring different ideas to the table where you know traditional thinking may not take you down at digital path for some of the challenges that we have so so. It's it's been a fun journey so far and like I said I just really appreciate being asked to take on that role in bribes that you know the digital change for the company and that's great as you say a great sign for the perceived value by the rest of the team as to what you were doing cio. I'm curious how does it filter down into the team? Now as you're thinking more from a digital lens and in that broader sort of perspective you just described are skills that are becoming more important that you're training bore or hiring for as the case may be how does that filter into the organization.

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"dow" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"dow" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Five Dow but you gotta keep it you just can't five but she got a GPS I mean this it comes up again this is on the outside of the floral five freeway.

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"dow" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"dow" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Dow was down with it as I speak and that's going to change quickly the Dow was down seventy five nasdaq's up a hundred semiconductors up sixty seven so we are letting you know regardless of the news this second we're getting some serious outperformance by task semiconductors technology types and we think it may actually start believing the rest of the market to a certain extent now we're not do fixes here we must put in disclaimers we must put in caviar and that is virus how many cases how many deaths where we have to put into the equation these morons in the Senate and the house trying to come together with a bill by the way at one fifteen PM this is Monday they still could have been voted on the bill and guess what they're both doing both sides a single over each other so the people that are by the way you know me I don't I don't expect anything from them how do you expect anything from people that have spent twenty three trillion dollars more than we've given throughout the years I'm expect anything but you would think during the crisis maybe they can sit down have a little cool Bayat moment just throw away all the crap not you know what they do the Democrats you know they threw into the bill you ready for this regulations on airlines I mean we we we're we're not making this up these morons these imbeciles in the Democratic Party put regulations on the airline into the bill while the airlines are almost in the coffins in order to appease the green movement I wish I could say I'm making the stop on wish I wish I can say that I'm reporting from the young and you know what the onion is right it's a fake newspaper that puts out all kinds of sarcasm the Democrats put in regulations on airlines into a bill that's supposed to lead us save us now I'm not a violent person you know I've only been in one fight in my life and I did get a punch off in high school I was a wise **** and Robert Braddy punch me in the head so I'm not a violent person I do love professional wrestling I'm not a UFC guy but I feel like put my fist through the TV on these people and then politics but I have no control of them and they don't care and they're probably going to get a deal done they'll be a deal done sometime today and we'll see how the market reacts to it because the answer is I don't know but I'm letting each and everyone of you know right now this second it started on Friday and you're getting more for today nasdaq is now in full what we would call listen carefully outperformance mode and those areas now will lift the rest stop don't know you know why because it's one seventeen down the nasdaq that was just up a hundred is not only a fifty five because the Dow which was only a seventy eight was down seventy five is now to down two hundred but again member we were greeted measuring what grade the relative strength in the market so we'll let you know that's going on here and what you do with it we're not going to tell you what to do and the fact of the matter is going home longer short right now who the hell knows what's going to happen overnight I mean we have to deal with what other countries are doing which by the way pretty much shutting things down also so we'll see where this takes us there's no way shape or form we can call the low in the market I saw somebody on TV do that I was like oh really UP next.

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"dow" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"dow" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Dow in cran it's taking something complex and making it simple for the average person and that's what we've done with this program our developers took a software program that we follow and the color coded it it's only two colors so you really can't get confused I guess more than two colors possibly some people might get confused but our program is just blue and green so if you can tell the difference between blue and green and if you can count to three you can do this I know I'm making this sound ridiculously simple but folks it actually is this actually is this simple and this easy there's no experience needed you can be productive from home and make money and John eight you're in the group yourself that's true and and what one of the things I really appreciate about our mentor in this program is not only like you just said that he's gonna help us with making money but he's also going to change the way we think a what's great about this is I always say it's like taking Warren Buffett and Tony Robbins and combining them in and then put them together and you've got our mentor how would you like to have someone like that guiding you every morning motivating you to make more money and keep it that's what he teaches us this isn't just making money this is also about money management and just changing the way you think well that's right John and you know what we really specialize in what we specialize in this setting people up for business for themselves from home or from the comfort of wherever they want to be again as long as you have the internet you're in business all you need is something you already have which is a computer and internet access so it sounds pretty amazing right and again what we don't like to talk about the fact that we only work two hours a day because that's that's one of the biggest things that people don't believe but when you show up for your free trial session trust me this is actually what you're gonna see you're gonna see that everything we say in the show is actual and factual and it's not exaggerated or overstated it is the real deal and anybody can do this we've got a lot of seniors in the group we've got investors in the group we've got housewives engineers it's really for everyone of all levels I'm telling you I've got I've got two kids I have a twelve year old and a sixteen year old and they can do this that's how easy it is so don't hesitate to give us a call if you want to check out and see what we're all about this is the real deal and we've got people answering the phone right now.

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"dow" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:30 min | 1 year ago

"dow" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Dow here's the thing about new cherry vanilla coke though cherries named first all the flavors tastes just as great I mean it could have just as easily been vanilla cherry coke or it could have been coke cherry vanilla and sentenced to amazing flavors of coke it might have been cold vanilla cherry coke or cherry vanilla coke coke unless you're in France which would make it a cocktail of an island damage any Democrat news sure even look so good together and your cherry vanilla coke zero sugar same great taste zero sugar lumber Hey Gerry seven here timber tech is a cap polymer decking that his the warmth the local would but last longer see that huge McCabe lumber show room in Loveland again speaking with Karen Catalina here on this Monday night cap on seven hundred WLW Karen is it because the recreational pot spin legal for so long in Colorado or is it because the influx of crazy Californians have fled to the roof the rocky mountain state is is that what is driving them to elect radical communist council people in Denver one could say all of the above but actually there's more to it even in that we if there's a book is quite old now called I may have told you about it called the blueprint blueprints of how what how Democrats can't remember exactly took over the state of Colorado and why Republicans everywhere should care and they were working on Colorado for twenty years and there were four billionaires that basically systematically changed our voting laws and and complete currently sadly there's a monopoly of Democrat powering Colorado and and they in the last year and they're in session now or imposing a Democrat nirvana on Colorado which is unconstitutional red flag laws all these things are being pushed in democratic states around the country with big big big money it's quite the story and I keep waiting and wanting a investigative reporter to really look into how it is that that these radical leftists and communists are pushing the same agenda is in state after state after state with money like Bloomberg Bloomberg pushes the red flag bill as you know and they're imposing this is a piece I wrote about a year ago and it's true to the western journal called imposing socialism on America one state at the time but as for the woman that you're talking about her name is candy see the box here can you see the baka and she is an avowed socialists in then communist excuse me in the Valle con is and then people got all bent out of shape about that so she called herself an anarchist hilarious and she got a legend she got a hold on how do you organize a campaign if you're an artist you're not organizing anything if you're a true had occurred since gene on top of all and top of all that she's a hypocrite and a liar what is it about and logical and all the other stuff the Democrats are pushing it all including we hate cops but we want only cops to have guns on and on and on it goes we're terrified of something resembling the flu but we want open borders you can just point to this again and again a woman can be a a navy seal on the one hand but she's a hot house while we're on the other and she can't tell a guy to **** off I know I know for people who didn't hear about this story candy Santa Baca said abruptly the corona virus outbreak this avowed communist anarchist in Colorado's serves that she's on the city council right yeah yes she said that she if she contracted the corona virus she would attend as many mega rallies to infect as many trump supporters as possible so this one actually I must clarify okay police of accuracy that she re posted that tweet that somebody else tweeted what you just said okay and then she also put a hashtag solidarity and yeah okay so she's angry she teaches this idea us okay this is a very very good idea and interestingly enough as we speak there are hopefully a horde of Magyar hat wearing people down at the capitol in the Denver Denver city council protesting that which I fully one hundred percent approve of solidarity yeah all right okay so candy herself did not say she was a reader tweeted it and she just liked it and tag right and she took huge sheet over it and then claims that she was just being sarcastic yeah I saw that yeah I'm just joking what can't be happy Griffin when she was holding up Donald trump's severed head bleeding from the neck and I think it was just a joke yeah as a comparison Chuckie Schumer who makes makes threats to to bring court judges and then told everyone that they are fear mongering or whatever it is he said he said there are there are I forget what he said well because most of what Schumer says isn't memorable just to do the sad thing is people pay attention to it yeah and what they're doing and here's the thing but what has made a career I'm telling everyone else their haters well inciting hatred and that's what they do and there are more they are very good at deflecting their own behavior by pointing the finger at everyone else so that's what I wrote about in this week's blog which is ever going to stop or the heaters ever gonna stop lecturing us about eight and no they're not but in an election year I think Republicans are having enough of it and are saying that's that's that's it just like a five year old who misbehaves that's it I'm calling them right now I hope you're right I hope you're right I hope it's waking people up who are got for lack of a better term normal in this country yeah that's what it's like to call them he says us normals you know just you know who want to hold ourselves accountable who believe that the government is not god the word countable but god and and the government aid yet and neither are we got in our own universe and that we actually relish the opportunity to learn from our mistakes and take responsibility when we screw up the Democrats demagogue all this stuff in order to prove in order to frankly destroy our culture all piece by piece by piece I just pulled an article because I did talk radio over the weekend and and it was it was hilarious it says how to be mediocre and be okay with it and I cherish I thought socialism right there hello break mediocrity and to put down anyone who dares to either be different to March to their own drummer or to strive for excellence they don't want excellence they want mediocrity and if if they want mediocrity then they're not truly embracing diversity electoral is preaching to us about because they're not allowing for people that are exceptional that aren't mediocre right exactly true it's so they're not embracing diversity the damn hypocrites hypocrites are added again crap that's a good one well there you go I'm at liberty what what it really is is is diversity of collectivist groups you know it's it's absolute sameness in collectivism so you could be diverse by just simply being defined by by characteristics you have nothing to do with like female or black or Jewish or Christian or whatever you are but it's all really with a collectivist mindset and that's crazy making part of it they don't like individualism remember in the sixties where they tried to say that that was just incrementalism individualism was just a way to pull away the fabric of the culture until they could start doing what they're doing now to reduce everybody into this collectivist more and the reason that they have to do that is because again it's back to tearing the system down piece by piece and rebuilding it into their own dystopian nightmare not nirvana Karen Kaelin went when is your show on okay it's not yet moved its Fridays noon mountain two PM eastern okay well I don't know if your mountain or Morgenstern time's Anya social right two PM and that's because I'm starting to get some syndication which is really cool and that means that I can do a show about Friday you know about what's happened during the week so I got to do is go to Karen Kathleen dot com first name spelled the normal way K. A. R. E. N. last name K. A. T. A. L. Y. N. E. dot com go there during Showtime click on the picture and you'll get to hear my child look forward to it thanks Karen have a good night you for having me I appreciate that always a pleasure to have Karen Catalina on the program spouting off news next at seven hundred WLW traffic and weather news radio.

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"dow" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"dow" Discussed on 600 WREC

"By Dow humanity both for games in the terminator will be released in the next five years both in the field that was trying to actually produce those machines that may or may not run amok in the future there is a growing crisis of confidence for decades A. I. researchers have been making grand but fruitless public pronouncements about advancements in the field as early as nineteen fifty six when a group of artificial intelligence pioneers medic Dartmouth the researchers wrote that they expected to have all the major Kinks worked out of A. I. by the end of the semester and the predictions kept up from there so you can understand how the public came to believe that robots that were smarter than humans we're just around the corner but a I never managed to produce the results expected from him by the late nineteen eighties the field retreated into itself funding dried up candidates looks for careers in other fields the research was pushed to the fringe it wasn't any I. winter the public moved on to the terminator was replaced by Johnny five in the film maximum overdrive our machines turned against us but it's the result of a magical comic not from the work of scientists recently quietly the field of A. I. has begun to move past the old barriers that once held it back Connor the grand pronouncements today's researchers tempered by the memory of their predecessors public failures are more likely to down play progress in the field and from this new A. I. we have a clear picture of the existential risks it poses than we ever had before the A. I. we may face in the future will be subtler and vastly more difficult to overcome then a sideboard with a shock on in hindsight it was the path toward machine learning that the early A. I. researchers chose that led them to a dead end let's say you want to build a machine that sorts red balls from green balls first you have to explain what a ball is well first really you have to have a general understanding of what makes a ball a ball which is easier said than done try explaining a ball the someone that doesn't use terms that one would have to already be familiar with like severe or round or circle once you have that figured out you then have to translate that logic in those rules in the code the language of machines ones and zeros if Simonds now you have to do the same thing with the concept of the color red and then the color green so that your machine can distinguish between red balls and green balls and let's not forget that you have to program it to distinguish in the first place it's not like your machine comes pre loaded with distinguishing software you have to write that too since you're making a sorting machine you have to write code that shows how to manipulate another machine your robot sorter to let it touch the physical world and once you have your machine up and running and working smoothly separating red balls from green ones what happens when a yellow ball shows up things like this do happen from time to time in real life what does your machine do then despite the incredible technical difficulties it faced the field of artificial intelligence did have a lot of success in teaching machines that could think very well with a narrow domains one program called deep blue beat the reigning human chess champion Gary Kasparov in six games at a match in nineteen ninety seven to be certain the intellectual abilities required by Chesser of fast improvement over those required to select a red ball from a green one of both of those programs share a common problem they only know how to do one thing the goal of a I has never been.

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"dow" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"dow" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Dow the S. and P. and nasdaq all declining today turned out to be an up week so for all three but this stuff Friday stocks declined S. and P. down fifty one a drop today of one point seven percent Dow industrials down two hundred fifty six that was a drop of one percent nasdaq lower by a hundred and sixty two down today by one point eight percent stocks staged a furious rally in the final hour of trading that cut in half a route that did reach four percent on the S. and P. again ending the Friday session down by one point seven percent America's economy posted the biggest payroll gain in almost two years two hundred seventy three thousand in February that could provide a cushion against the corona virus which is starting to hit some industries and indeed starting to hit the some communities as well with south by southwest calling off its conference in the city of Austin Texas that event by the way brings about seventy five thousand people to Boston over the week Julian Emanuel is chief equity strategist at BTIG although the employment data is meaningless in the moment actually significant because if it if you think about it you know we have to deal with the situation at hand but it's a positive that were coming into this situation the corona virus at essentially the point of maximum economic strength the ten year yield seven six percent gold little changed up one tenth of one percent sixteen seventy three the ounce of plunging crude oil today down nine point four percent on West Texas intermediate crude apple extending its recent selloff as analysts continue to see uncertainty over how the corona virus outbreak will affect the iPhone maker's sales and supply chain apple shares down today by one point three percent and recapping S. and P. falling today by fifty one points down one point seven percent I'm Charlie palette that is a Bloomberg business slash all right Charlie.

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"dow" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"dow" Discussed on KOMO

"At the close the Dow nasdaq and S. and P. five hundred we're all down by about three percent more on that coming up in about three minutes and voting is underway in more than a dozen states is super Tuesday has arrived voters are casting ballots in states like California Texas North Carolina Virginia as the democratic presidential race is still somewhat in flux the first pulls in the contest will close in just a matter of hours and voters in those states it will be kind of setting the stage for what's to happen here in Washington's primary a week from today almost Charlie harder spoke with some young people about who they're going to vote for next week speaking to students at Auburn's Green River college there were some Joe Biden supporters in in even greater number of Bernie Sanders supporters I asked backers of each candidate if they could support the other if he were to become the democratic nominee starting with Biden fans I will yes okay it's important to her I'm a Democrat so got a vote for whoever the nominee is yeah if it's November and it's Joe Biden and not Bernie Sanders would you vote for Jill Biden never fell from Joe Biden really not actually I think I might just go in like vote third party probably if you dislike Joe Biden that much I really do not like Joe Biden the Washington primary is next Tuesday in Auburn Charlie harder colonials the legislative ethics board has fined democratic state senator Mona das five hundred dollars because she announced a new business advent she attended inter role as a legislator and solicited support for future elections the order notes that four hundred dollars of the fine will be suspended provided the DA says no further ethics violations through January of twenty twenty five the ethics in public service act prohibits lawmakers from using public resources for private gain or for political campaigns right now two thousand elected and appointed county officials from across the country including our state or in Washington DC they've gathered for the annual national association of counties conference one thing on the agenda for local officials is taking on the federal Medicaid inmate exclusion policy right now when someone's incarcerated even pre trial their Medicaid and other health benefits are taken away Derek young from the Pierce county council he wants to change that young says the act creates a continuity of care problems and puts the burden on county governments or other local governments that have jails to try and provide those services over half the jail population in this country has a behavior health disorder of some sort keeping that continuity of care is critical young says non convicted individuals having access to federal health benefits would improve coordination of care while decreasing short term costs even help break the cycle of recidivism almost Kelly Koopmans reporting a Thurston county judge rules against Cooke aquaculture in an attempt to operate a net pen in port Angeles Kamose Eric Heinz reports state commissioner of public lands Hillary France terminated the lease in December twenty seventeen France and cook it failed in its duty to uphold the terms of the lease by operating outside its boundaries and not operating the facility in a safe and Asian the sale times reports last week the judge upheld her termination of the lease Cooke aquaculture Pacific said it would appeal the ruling a company spokesman says they will continue efforts to begin forming steel head at facilities where the company has valid leases with the state Erica it's komo news couple news time to fifty the church business news the twenty and fifty past the hour with Jim Tesco a surprise half point interest rate cut announced by the federal reserve it didn't do much to convince investors that the coronavirus will negatively impact the U. S. economy stocks fell sharply today with the major indexes all tumbling nearly three percent a drop of seven hundred eighty six points in the case of the Dow Jones industrial average after today's closing bell Nordstrom posted quarterly results that trailed estimates on both the top and bottom lines the Seattle based luxury retailer also said it was changing its leadership structure that needed skull presidency appointing Erik Nordstrom as its sole CEO the retailer's shares are tumbling seven and a half percent in extended trading that's your money now money news a twenty and fifty past the hour traffic is next Hey it's Dr king and Dr cops teen from K. two vision doctor cop sting you performed over thirty thousand lance bass procedures R. Lee is a quick painless procedure and a great solution for those over fifty wearing contacts bifocals or just reading glasses that's right showing now the United help correct people's vision together for nearly twenty years we have a good sense for what people want and need when they're over fifty years old they want excellent distance vision and simultaneous near vision without having to search for readers how.

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"dow" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"dow" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Dow as a fallen and just after the opening bell the Dow has fallen now odd thousand points were awful one thousand forty three points in the first half hour of trading the nasdaq and S. and P. also declining sharply financial expert Terry savage the virus and the pandemic of slowing business is going on that's a good enough reason for the stock market can go down so the question is how far could go and how long could it last and then how can you ride it out markets are on pace for their worst week since the financial crisis the Dow has now lost more than four thousand points this me weak we'll have more on business coming up with orient Samuelson a little bit later in this newscast the first doctor to see a case of corona virus in the Chicago area he's speaking out exclusively with WGN Dr Linwood Jones is with me to health sent Alexis Medical Center in Hoffman estates are you can't distinguish corona virus from any other respiratory virus because people have cough they may have fever shortness of breath patient he saw was a woman in her sixties who showed up with flu like symptoms back in late January she had just returned from Wuhan China which was the epicenter of the outbreak in China her husband also presented symptoms both were treated and have since recovered more than a dozen countries have recorded their first cases of coronavirus now in the past forty eight hours more than eighty three thousand people in more in fifty countries on every continent in the world except Antarctica now infected have cases of corona virus Chicago public schools have seen a twenty nine percent increase in sexual misconduct cases this year the sun times reports that of the nearly sixteen hundred cases seventy eight percent involved student on student misconduct an official with the district has the jump in cases is a sign that it's new training about how to report incidences working pedestrian deaths in the U. S. have you had a thirty year high last year WGN's Ryan burl reports Tuesday sixty three year old woman was walking along Irving Park Road in Schiller park when she was struck by two vehicles and killed the governors highway safety association says in twenty nineteen nearly sixty six hundred pedestrians died in motor vehicle crashes up five percent from twenty eighteen up more than fifty percent over the last decade that despite U. S. roadway crash fatalities falling in recent years the GHSA says most pedestrian deaths take place that night on local roads pedestrian struck by large SUVs are twice as likely to die than those hit by a car Rheinberg WGN news now with WGN neighborhood news here's Kim Gordon now that lent is underway Friday fish fries are back the knights of Columbus in Plainfield is holding their first fish fry tonight in the same area macula parish school gym it runs from four thirty to seven thirty on the menu fried and baked fish and grilled cheese and pizza you can eat in or pick up they also request you bring a non perishable canned goods for the Plainfield food pantry there will be a fish fry every Friday through April third I'm Kim Gordon with neighborhood news brought to you by went try Chicago's community banks now with an update on WGN sports here's Dave had a good morning he's been doing it all year but a milestone last night for Blackhawks rookie Dominic Cooper leak he scored his twenty seventh goal and later is twenty eighth and then he's twenty nine all in the third period first career hat trick for the player who leads all NHL rookies in goals and the Blackhawks came from two goals down found to be one of the league's best teams Tampa Bay five to to our Xfinity X. five Blackhawks board Brandon Saad scored the first of those five third period goals Slater cuckoo also got into the act the go ahead goal big win for the hawks but they failed to gain ground still eight points out of a playoff spot with eighteen left college basketball northwestern and Illinois met in Evanston Illinois is Alan Griffin came off the bench and scored a career high twenty four points he hit six three pointers and a lot I held off the Wildcats seventy four sixty six for their third straight win they're tied for second in the big ten with three to play Pat Spencer eighteen for northwestern which is dropped twelve in a row Wisconsin also in that second place tie after winning at Michigan twenty third ranked Ohio state topped Nebraska Purdue over Indiana and you I see an eighty four sixty seven win over Detroit mercy we finally have baseball on the radio today the white Sox and Indians from Glendale Arizona two o'clock here on WG and socks said Seattle yesterday six to five Texas beat the cubs thirteen a one day event WGEM sports your money on WGN let's get the latest on Wall Street now in agribusiness and good morning organ Samuelson good morning to you every time I look at a number it changes so it might change a great deal after I give you the numbers at the moment Dow industrial average down nine hundred fifty points the S. and P. five hundred down one hundred seven points and the nasdaq is down two hundred eleven points and six of the CBO we that's the worry factor is up over four points at forty three twenty two the market continues to be impacted by corona virus and one of the areas that really concerned is the travel community as story today that United Airlines said it is canceling flights to Tokyo Osaka Singapore and Seoul on fears of the corona virus pandemic the Chicago based airline also said it was extending the suspension of US flights to mainland China as well as Hong Kong through April thirtieth so if you have travel plans on any of those dates better take another look at them consumer spending rose less than expected in January a loss of momentum that could be exacerbated by the rapidly spreading corona virus other data today showed the goods trade deficit contracted sharply in January both imports and exports declining and while the narrowing goods trade deficit could be a boost of the calculation of gross domestic product a lot depends on how the corona virus unfolds in the United States turning to the grain trade Chicago board of trade this morning the March wheat contract is down six and a half cents a bushel five dollars twenty two and three quarters since March corn down a penny and a quarter at three sixty three in the quarter ended March soybeans down six and I have sent straight to get eight dollars seventy nine this M. three quarters cents more junior livestock futures Chicago mercantilist strange red screen there as well.

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"dow" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"dow" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Dow we go welcome what's on your mind Sir I I hear about all about the usual rack up trucks from Dodge ram yeah I wanted to know your thoughts about the diesel also it is been phenomenal I add one very first ones that I have to listen or get out of downforce I asked him because he was a high mileage driver ask him to keep me posted on a regular basis and how the drug was doing he was consistently getting thirty miles to the gallon and had a issue one with it other than the emission recall that he had to get done it could just feel economy by about a mile per gallon he's probably up around a hundred and fifty thousand miles an hour so and he absolutely loves the truck now they've made some improvements in this new twenty twenty the truck itself the engines the end is virtually the same other than they did cheat on emissions this time but the truck is amazing I'm driving I'm driving one now this week got him me and I wish it was a visual but it's just amazing truck from the standpoint of quietness in in a way it rides in the amenities in the computer systems and you know it is only this is great truck I I highly recommend part of the recall doesn't bother you at all it does it's already fixed that if there's they they skipped an entire model year to fix those trucks and I was part of the settlement with the government so if you find a new one and I understand you're still some out there like a twenty eighteen it will already be fixed if you find a used one I would check it but odds are really good it's already been fixed okay hello all night at after the test drive one last week didn't even know was a diesel it's so quiet told me yeah it was real nice drive in it but then he told me about this this recall and they don't have the fix for it yet so it couldn't be a certified pre owned vehicle but after I take possession of it that that story's not hold water with me for some reason what year model was this thing eight I believe that one was a sixteen or seventeen there's no reason that had been fixed there's I do a little more investigation or talk to my friend bridge club in the owner Claiborne Chrysler Dodge jeep ram yes two steps if you want in a car or truck now call corporal USA to find it one eight hundred ninety six seventy seven seventy seven news radio twelve hundred W. away on San Antonio and I heart rate news I'm Karen McCue nearly four hundred Americans quarantine by coronavirus on board the cruise ship near Japan will soon be heading home those Americans will now have the chance to evacuate the state department of health and Human Services have chartered several flights it will arrive in Japan tomorrow evening to bring them home a team from the CDC will screen passengers before they are allowed to board and anyone with symptoms will stay in Japan to receive treatment those who do come home will reportedly be quarantine for two weeks at either Travis Air Force base near Sacramento or Lackland Air Force base in San Antonio boxes Garrett Tenney more talk about a possible truce between the US and the Taliban that could lead to the withdrawal of American forces from Afghanistan to give peace a chance but the the best if not only way forward in Afghanistan is through a political agreement and.

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"dow" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:28 min | 2 years ago

"dow" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"We don't usually do that but we have lots to cover in the short time that we have a lot of here first off at the close today Dow down six hundred and four S. and P. Dow fifty eight nasdaq one forty eight nasdaq one hundred one forty four even though Amazon finished up a hundred and thirty eight box now remember was up two hundred and thirty eight in the after market yesterday we'll get to that in a bit semiconductor index down six six transports now to sixty six advance the Kleins gross up down volume crows gross and what else can I tell you ten years down to one point five to thirty year down to two point oh one six foreign market commodities energy which is commodity out what was up today a gold gold stocks or not that much I just very very rough day a very very rough day so it in no particular order first off we're sticking with our San Francisco forty Niners Superbowl pack that's all two things that we think most people like Casey which but when you we like San Fran from the get go we've been seventeen and three I think eighteen into but somebody's tell me seventeen three over the last twenty years on this radio show for you and we've been batting big time in the playoffs also except we did go into in the championship week we we do have have that but we had the over in both that's the good news to offset so good luck to each team remember the play a game in whatever turns the ball over mmhm the least went that's how it works whether supposed to be sixty five in nice and not in Miami I'm not going to the game okay so listen carefully because it'd be market intensive for I ripped the stuffing off stumpings often op ed that was in the Wall Street journal today and I'll explain later last Friday we had changing our stamps a little bit model just we thought the complexion was changing and we never know what extent that we don't go out and sell things just because we think that complexion just changed Hey weren't earning season you never know what's gonna gap upper gap down this week Microsoft gap dot nicely so you never know why did we think the complexion is changed well number one last Friday the market was up strong and finish near the lows of the day number two one day is not meaningful but V. sentiment that we had seen in the market the masses overtly an overly too bullish for arcade frosting this we we we we discussed that with you in the lead up to last Friday number three we saw that in buffalo and look like they were bottoming if interest rates were going to go back down we thought that could affect the market specifically the financials we noticed that the energy and commodity areas were rolling over also and as you know we haven't been bearish on those groups even with the trading rallies they've had for good but eighteen months on that we've we've kept you away from commodities and energy energy commodity you know all the same thing and when we do that you don't know how it's gonna play and I'll so Monday we had a very bad day nice little gap to the downside and the news is this China stuff and the virus and we'll get to that a little bit of where it stands right now at least what's being reported all well and good so my Mondays a crummy day but leadership was pretty much holding up and then Tuesday we had a strong day off you know to is a bounce after a a pretty decent drop Wednesday we were up nicely finished near the low was not great yesterday a nice little movie reversal to the upside would be you know fine and dandy as the market held the Dow and the semis the most for us we were watching held the all important fifty day moving average last ten week moving average but throughout the week just fewer and fewer areas fewer and fewer stocks working more and more areas more more stocks breaking down so I just lost the system of recent was you know the complexion stranger and again does not mean it turns into something bad does not mean it gets your stock but they got more today now normally the market's pretty forecaster of things to come in recent years the market's been more of a coincident indicator with news another tweet from the president's you know that type of stuff now you got a virus and the markets reacting to every little bit of news and I must tell you it's of import when you hear the delta and American Airlines and all the E. U. S. airline saying we are stopping China for a couple of months and even though if you look at the map and I have the maps in front of me it looks pretty much contains from China few here in there in different country there's a few here in the United States but as of this second quite content so why would the market you know take a nice one in fact the Dow was down eleven hundred sixty points from the highs for about eight days ago which is only about three and a half but a good three and a half percent I looks probably to go lower so is this all about a virus I would suggest it's important that but also part that the market was sticking up part that we have not had any real correction since October thirty when the young and the pair at the fed started with is not you we since October third we had one draw down when the president backed away from his trade deal for a day and we rallied up the next day so since the not Q. we in case you don't know that's just money printing by this young running the fed we call must lions sack of your band he's lying to the American public of course these wouldn't from DC he's printing money buying up bonds pulling up short term bond so it's not really cute I go screw what they say about we wind down our back and telling us it's raining so anyway I digress so we finish up like this in the best way I can put it ice is getting thinner more and more areas in trouble the good news is what I get to do now is isolate what's holding up great.

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"dow" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

09:56 min | 2 years ago

"dow" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"So the market the Dow finished up ninety one ninety one let me let me let me get this to the final number here if you don't mind I just kind of **** around a little bit here Dow finished up ninety one and a half six nasdaq's seven nasdaq one hundred only up to transports up thirty one the stocks was down twenty two today what happened there we can't have a semi conductors down obviously coins not bad new highs are fine I will tell you it's pretty so funny that at some we were at ninety two eighty three that's twenty what we're up thirty two on the nasdaq at two thirty three thirty would down twenty at three forty three we were down fifteen and like the last minute they popped up to be up a little bit okay in the Dow today a United health was update that was on the earnings of visa at a visa MasterCard continue to be strong up three and three quarters McDonald's up to home depot up one American Express up one apple was down one bowing down two and a half off three M. down one and a half that's in the Dow and as I look across a few things the canal today you ready so my conductors week but I've got the scan I'm so I can't tell you if there is any damage and I doubt there is yeah housing stocks home builders the X. be are edging out of range here in the in the last day toll brothers with a nice little break out yesterday follows through today and I would just scan of the home builders I've never been a bit of big home building stocks guy is not big growth in this and that but then just let you know the gold box held the bottom of this little rain checks and I will call it a helmet we mention the GT acts the fifteen day yesterday we'll have another decent day today in the G. the actually the gold miners junior which is stronger than the gold miners are that held in its back in this for lack of a better word we use the term handle back in this little handle here and will advise on it manage care stocks off UnitedHealth was strong today what else do I got for you here our defense boxer on the strong side today because everybody loves a great war what else do I got a pretty decent day for like the consumer staples decent day for utilities and dug some growth stocks were good but kinda ended up mixed by the end of the day and that's the story today and by the way the dell it just to give you an idea of the fear was at three thirty three and has is up thirty subtly came back a little bit little bit distribution in some areas here but was still another up day seeing some red today sing put castle was down nineteen but way overdue when I was asked it will I ever shorter Tesla I gotta tell you every day I feel like sure I wouldn't do for clients every day I feel like shorting Tesla personally I'm too scared I don't know if the gap and up thirty tomorrow you know it's gonna pull back fifty point somewhere here they are in today was nineteen but timing of it the drive itself up a wall I mention to the marijuana stocks in the last couple of days yeah they had another good day the day off their lows but I don't they're off their lows that's all I can tell then maybe there's more to go our earnings front so JPMorgan announces yesterday has a little gap up a finishes poorly yesterday and I use the term a little bit of distribution was down another two for something today so JP Morgan is now down from the earnings report and it was a pretty darn good earnings reports what does that mean they probably had a good move already that's all when you go any further than that city group still in the same gapped up coming back in and then you have ones that not so good PNC bank very good regional was at new highs recently broke the fifty day today on heavy volume on the earnings report that's not good for the regionals and Wells Fargo very bad action off of its earnings report complete order more than short term break down on that one BankAmerica they reported and sold off a little bit today nothing bad but it feels like a bunch of these financials I suggest the high is in full right now blackrock was up eleven today for up twelve into new high ground level see what happens in the next day or so on that one so mixed bag and earnings to come by the way did Morgan Stanley report hold on about to tell you they have not yet the report tomorrow Donald tomorrow morning is Morgan Stanley bank in New York Mellon with Taiwan semi after the close to more CSX JB hunt Friday Kansas city southern State Street bank in the U. fell have I told you and that some of the earnings reports that are coming out we mentioned to you yesterday some strong earnings out of some semi conductors yesterday symbol a C. M. R. was up another three today to thirty five but I C. H. R. was down one and three quarters and by the way then tell you to buy and they were the extended and everything but we just pointing out to you good reactions earnings on companies that have raised their numbers and we always want to pay attention to those we love companies that raise their numbers that's what we always look for we love companies that raise their numbers we want greatness we want to know the man the strong that's how we look at things strong demand we've done so many exercises with you throughout the years a game stop a great example sales down twenty six percent Foxtel from sixteen to for the last year seventy the foreign last year in December fifteen was forty some odd box he didn't meet the need to tell yet go visit and they still do billions but they're losing money last couple of quarters same store sales way down because things are changing not saying they're gonna go out of business or whatever but you know this is the nature of the beast who needs to go to a place to get games and I am in a visit to gamestop stores this weekend and I'm gonna speak to the people and ask them because I always like finding out things we talk to you they usually talk to well I've had a few that I had one guy Kmart cursing me out many moons ago the many moons ago you know it's always been nice to me when you get it years ago was outback steakhouse and then they were born Downton bloomin brands and all that stuff anyway so do homework always staying on top of things look for greatness I know it's always great to find the value and all that stuff but I got news for you value very often becomes bigger value and in my history growth stocks are the way to go if you find the company I don't care what they do in the short run if they double and quadruple their business over a few years talks going higher and we're talking earnings in there and that's why I always paying attention for companies with strong numbers we watch everything always paying attention to strong numbers and we're still amazed at how companies as big as Microsoft are able to grow their numbers they've accelerated in numbers over the last couple years as they got to the cloud amazing amazing and of course we pay attention to valuation also matters movie import Tantei valuation always of eventually can't valuation can get crazy for awhile but when all is said and done the market's gonna pay up or down.

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"dow" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

11:40 min | 2 years ago

"dow" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Dow asks the thirty five minutes James person in newsmax will be here but the two counts of impeachment to not communicate a yet to the Senate which is an abuse of power by itself since Nancy Pelosi wants a quid pro quo to do our constitutional duty and I had a question from Kentucky in a few minutes ago of course not there should be no witnesses in the Senate because you have no idea how those witnesses going to testify they're going to claim executive privilege are going to claim attorney client privilege it goes back to the court system takes many months whatever it is just get it over with do this to have the same rules and twenty twenty that the Democrats agreed to in nineteen ninety nine so let's continue now thousands on hold millions are listening let's go to has been there the longest coda Tony in New York on impeachment and then Christian Clyde Joe Edward Mike and many others and Tony New York welcome to the bill Cunningham show Tony how are you on June the bill I'm doing well you're great American thank you for doing what you're doing thank you thank you I also want to thank you for paying homage to Roger saw back come I think he was a great American when he served continues to be one and I say that as a follow American and also the Dallas Cowboys fan as well I mean I on that point I grew up watching him he wants a Purcell high school is that it offers ago America very sell their schools he wanted to serve the nation he went to a course went to the Naval Academy he won the Heisman Trophy Joe Bellino wanted before these guys are there it was wonderful to watch all the cadets and midshipmen sang the star spangled banner watch the president be praised and so the media had to come up with something to smear the whole operation by making something up that did not happen and when the mainstream media wants to report lies about white supremacy symbols at the army navy game which was the circle game a bunch of crap insurance and I wait a minute as a possible they did not intend to give white support I mean who in their right mind would think that on national television at that event that mid ship mentor cadets would give a white supremacist symbol only the mainstream media would believe that's a possibility when it turned out to be false in a light was the circle game not white supremacy the media drop that never apologize they never apart it talk about a truck never apologizing did you hear from Lester Holt Jim skewed a poppy Harlow or George Stephanopoulos or Gayle king that they were wrong for days to care reporting that could dentures symbols of white supremacy are you kidding me they dropped it immediately when it was a lie much like Nick salmon who was cross examined by Savannah Guthrie the today show has somehow participating in white supremacy and showing disrespect to a Vietnam War hero that being that Nathan Phillips character when it turned out to be a lie they drop the completely when Jesse small lad who said he was walking around Chicago late at night and make it had wearing white supremacist put a noose around his neck who would believe such things happening in the first place in Chicago but when it turn out to be a lie the media drops these things quickly when there's murder of Jews in Philadelphia by members of the black Hebrew nation part of the group protesting in the next ten minutes and by the way when it showed it wasn't white supremacist they quickly drop that one is Pensacola with the first guy was Mohammed that did the shooting they drop that anything that fits their bias and prejudice they promote it doesn't thank nor please continue to agree more agree more I want to get your opinion on a fourth down about a half I don't think pillows the ever intended to present the articles to the Senate and I think what you're going to do to do is use McConnell statement about how he he he it made it that you know he's not biased and he's going to quit trump I think she's going to turn around and then try to shut down can people stroke that she's not bringing the articles because McConnell already said the the the the the trials rig and that gives her exactly what she wants is the ability to speak to her allies uncontested as they've grown that they've done all along so I think she's getting exactly what she wants Tony do you think the democratic candidates for the presidency and the U. S. Senate should not said in the Senate during the trial I like to have someone say if you're one of the three or four US senators running for the presidency is it prejudicial for you to sit in judgment of the president if you're going to personally benefit the answer would be yes no one's talking of course but no one is saying to them Hey senator Warren you have to step down Hey senator Bernie Sanders you got to step down it doesn't happen that way because those are Democrats say play by a different set of rules in nineteen ninety nine Democrats the senators Democrats work with the Clinton White House to develop a strategy and how to present it the Democrats in nineteen I did exactly what the Republicans are doing now but the media didn't care about that today absolutely not why we're working with an interactive dispute over lies on the same Tony how much collusion did CNN provide for the front for the Hillary campaign against drop there in the collusion business that's what they do is collude with the Democrats to promote the democratic talking points how much collusion took place between Hillary and the creators of the falls dossier to get dirt on drop in Moscow with that peeing in the bad incident with the hookers that's what the Democrats do they how much collusion did the F. B. I. do and the CIA due to elect Hillary Clinton have the insurance policy didn't they exactly engaging collusion and isn't right now isn't Hillary Clinton colluding with Chuck Schumer on a quid pro quo and they call it abuse of power when trump does nothing but they're engaging in the abuse of power good to great you're more how how how much collusion is there were every damn Democrat when they get out office goes and works for these liberal reporters marginalized my good friend mark let then wrote a book on that three hundred circumstances where Liberal Democrats go from an administration whether it's bomber Clinton into the media like Jim scudo then goes back to the to make money then because back out then goes back to Harvard or whatever the make all this big big Jack to make big money the collusion happens region the mainstream media and Democrats thank tanks law schools and when they did three witnesses that testified that trump was guilty number fact witnesses how can a law professor testified as to the guilt of someone on impeachment when in fact they didn't see anything it's an opinion how is that possible exactly exactly which which is why I don't think she wants these articles in a full trial to go to the Senate because ninety nine point nine if not a hundred percent above their wives will be fully exposed well I hope so but the American people will be told this Alicia listen to talk radio ever occasionally I mean right now Chris Wallace is completely lost his way I I have no clue what happened to that guy but none the less fox news generally about half the time gives us if I want to watch CNN all watch CNN which I do on occasion I don't have to watch Chris Wallace to watch CNN I want a different view point of what the news CNN is not a news operation is not the most trusted name in news it is ridiculous CNN news Max is a pretty good job one American network does a pretty good job but fox has lost its way because they think that the money's in the future of being somehow more liberal and that's fine to Europe whatever business model you want but they ought to be one source I can go to to get the truth I don't get it from the mainstream media and CNN is not a news operation I'm sorry it is not they can do what they want to do but don't call yourself differently than you truly are that's my only point thanks for your call and now let's go to Joe in Pennsylvania Joe in Pennsylvania welcome to the bill Cunningham show thank you for your patience Joe go ahead yes so thank you for taking my call a merry Christmas I'm calling because she's holding on to that impeachment because she's trying to get those Republicans in the Senate to go against trump and if she doesn't get them she's going to wait for the election in the she takes the Senate the Democrats take the Senate that the big denture set him over and then they're really empty Georgia let me ask you this if there's an impeachment and there's not a trial is a not an abuse of power and in fact since the sound it is the only the only place to have a trial isn't it a quid pro quo which is unconstitutional to to to not send the impeachment articles over until Schumer and hello see collude together to screw drop in the Senate is not a quid pro quo by itself is not an abuse of power yes but you see how they way they don't care about the constitution we lost the constitution the way what you're doing bill good people in America kinda like lost what can we do to fight back the only thing we got is a vote vote what what can we do well what's wrong with the vote in November what's wrong with saying if the silly Democrats wanted to say we're going to have oversight hearings that's fine do what you're going to do oversight put it on the rack whatever how you'll then let's vote but they they want to take away your right to vote in November by taking away your selection for the presidency and they want to decide for you who's in the office now that's voter suppression right there when they cry about it all the time it's voter suppression joke yeah that is true but look what you're doing and no one is holding them accountable I don't see anyone going to jail call me everybody should be in jail clapper Brennan they should have been in jail a long time ago what's going on it doesn't work if you're a Democrat a done work hi Gerry if a Republican or if you had done exactly what Hillary Clinton a done and destroyed emails under a congressional subpoena and then paid people off and then conducted the Clinton foundation which was a fraud and a scam from the beginning if you done one third of what what she had done you'd be locked up by this point and what if you lied to a federal judge much like James Comey and clapper in Brandon in McCabe and stroking page and Baker they all were part of a holy cabal because they knew they knew Clinton was going to win and then when she lost they wanted to get proof that somehow trumpeting gazing felonious criminal miss behavior and what it didn't turn out that way with the mall or scam they had to quickly switch the Ukraine to keep them tied down so it doesn't implement all of his policies that our work so well and the media want old nor cal because they benefit from this but from jobs and more exposure and for money that's I'm where I'm still waiting for the Ukrainian deal to go what they did with sold the Ukrainians to the Russians nothing is going on we've got to get somebody in there to lock these people up well somehow I don't I don't but Hey it's going to be a is going to be up the bar the Attorney General and and Durham is gonna have to get get the irrefutable clear evidence of massive fraudulent felonious behavior by James call me and see if it goes up the bite and then I guarantee bomb and knew or should have known what that Obama know and when did he know what about the illegal wire tapping and the surveillance of.

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"dow" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"dow" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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