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"dan albright" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"dan albright" Discussed on KCRW

"We don't know the exact amount it's categorized as between 2 to $5 million. Expensive private schools were on the list law firms, including what then represented President Trump and the reason we're learning about this now, sir breeze that the Treasury Department under pressure released data for who got the biggest loans? Yeah, I remember. A few weeks ago, We were talking about some big restaurant chains taking people's phones. I mean, are these revelations particularly surprising? Well, they're confirming some of the criticisms about the PPP program that money was flowing to bigger businesses than perhaps Congress intended. The issue is that the program was supposed to be for firms that didn't have other options for quickly raising cash to continue paying employees and staying in business. And we spoke with Sarah Crozier about this of the Main Street alliance, which is an advocacy group for small business to see that the most well banked businesses you know our best represented in getting that money and ultimately, maybe didn't need it as much as other businesses, particularly in the service industries. I can see where that outrage has been justified. And closures Group now wants Congress to target age, for example, geographically, perhaps to small businesses in infection hot spots where the aide maybe most needed All right, Nova. Thank you. At the end of this month, millions of unemployed Americans will get their last $600 a week. Federal pandemic unemployment check. That is unless Congress acts to extend the program. Marketplaces. Mitchell Hartmann has more Jody Soul L is 64 works for a solar energy installer in Maryland. He was furloughed in March and recently got called back for a very partial reopening. One Wake. I had 2.5 hours another week, two hours. He is still getting $880 a week on unemployment that includes 600 in federal pandemic benefits. What will his family do if that runs out at the end of July? I haven't even thought about that. That's why they make credit Cone. Financial advisory firm. The ascent has surveyed unemployed workers and research analyst Dan Albright says almost 2/3 and go less than three months. Without the extra $600 they would borrow more money and take more drastic cuts in their expenses. A recent survey by the Urban Institute finds more than four in 10 American households have suffered job or income lost during the pandemic. I'm Mitchell Hartmann for marketplace. Let's take a look at the numbers this morning, The Dow Jones industrial average is down 221 points. That is 8/10 of a percent. The S and P 500 is down 3/10 of a percent. The NASDAQ is up 3/10 of a percent..

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"dan albright" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"dan albright" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We don't know the exact amount it's categorized as between 2 to $5 million. Expensive private schools were on the list law firms, including what then represented President Trump and the reason we're learning about this now, sir breeze that the Treasury Department under pressure released data for who got the biggest loans? Yeah, I remember. A few weeks ago, We were talking about some big restaurant chains taking people's phones. I mean, are these revelations particularly surprising? While they're confirming some of the criticisms about the PPP program that money was flowing to bigger businesses than perhaps Congress intended? The issue is that the program was supposed to be for firms that didn't have other options for quickly raising cash to continue paying employees and staying in business. And we spoke with Sarah Crozier about this of the Main Street alliance, which is an advocacy group for small business to see that the most well banked businesses you know our best represented in getting that money and ultimately, maybe didn't need it as much as other businesses, particularly in the service industries. I can see where that outrage has been justified. And closures groups now wants Congress to target age, for example, geographically, perhaps to small businesses in infection hot spots where the aide maybe most needed All right? No, thank you. At the end of this month, millions of unemployed Americans will get their last $600 a week. Federal pandemic unemployment check. That is unless Congress acts to extend the program. Marketplaces. Mitchell Hartmann has more. Jody Sel L is 64 works for a solar energy installer in Maryland. He was furloughed in March and recently got called back for a very partial reopening. One Wake. I had 2.5 hours about a week, two hours. He is still getting $880 a week on unemployment that includes 600 in federal pandemic benefits. What will his family do if that runs out at the end of July? I haven't even thought about that. That's why they make credit cones. Financial advisory firm. The ascent has surveyed unemployed workers and research analyst Dan Albright says almost 2/3 go less than three months. Without the extra $600 they would borrow more money and take more drastic cuts in their expenses. A recent survey by the Urban Institute Finds more than four in 10 American households have suffered job or income lost during the pandemic. Mitral Heart mint for marketplace Let's take a look at the numbers this morning, The Dow Jones industrial average is down 221 points. That is 8/10 of a percent. B S and P 500 is down 3/10 of a percent of the NASDAQ is up 3/10 of a percent..

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"dan albright" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"dan albright" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We don't know the exact amount it's categorized as between 2 to $5 million. Expensive private schools were on the list law firms, including what then represented President Trump and the reason we're learning about this now, sir breeze that the Treasury Department under pressure released data for who got the biggest loans? Yeah, I remember. A few weeks ago, We were talking about some big restaurant chains taking people's phones. I mean, are these revelations particularly surprising? Well, they're confirming some of the criticisms about the PPP program that money was flowing to bigger businesses than perhaps Congress intended. The issue is that the program was supposed to be for firms that didn't have other options for quickly raising cash to continue paying employees and staying in business. And we spoke with Sarah Crozier about this of the Main Street alliance, which is an advocacy group for small business to see that the most well banked businesses you know our best represented in getting that money and ultimately, maybe didn't need it as much as other businesses, particularly in the service industries. I can see where that outrage has been justified. And closures Group now wants Congress to target age, for example, geographically, perhaps to small businesses in infection hot spots where the aide maybe most needed Nova. Thanks. At the end of this month, millions of unemployed Americans will get their last $600 a week. Federal pandemic unemployment check. That is unless Congress acts to extend the program marketplaces, Mitchell Hartman reports. Jody Soul. L is 64 works for a solar energy installer in Maryland. He was furloughed in March and recently got called back for a very partial reopening on Wake. I had 2.5 hours another week, two hours. He is still getting $880 a week on unemployment that includes 600 in federal pandemic benefits. What will his family do if that runs out at the end of July? I haven't even sold about that. That's why they make credit cones financial advisory firm The ascent has surveyed unemployed workers and research analyst Dan Albright says almost 2/3 could go less than three months without the extra $600. They would borrow more money and take more drastic cuts in their expenses. A recent survey by the Urban Institute finds more than four in 10 American households have suffered job or income lost during the pandemic. Mitchell Hartmann for Marketplace Let's take a look at the numbers. The footsie in London is down 1.6%. Dowels and P and NASDAQ futures are down in the 3/10 to 1% range with a dark future down. 251 points..

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"dan albright" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

09:43 min | 2 years ago

"dan albright" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Three six three eleven ten and if you work your call now's a good time to do it also on Facebook you can put your questions are if you want to do that in your comments we'd love to hear from you if you want to put theirs up there I've got some from yesterday that I got to get answer I apologize for that bill saying good morning from Texarkana and from middle mesa New Mexico Michael are saying good morning thank you guys I sure appreciate it you can again you I want to but your question up there you can do or try to get to those this morning are here as well six seven three six three eleven ten six ten three six three eleven ten that they are our phone lines if you want to get to them the U. S. government debt prices are sharply lower on Thursday or Tuesday I'm sorry the numbers have dramatically dropped this morning after the federal reserve again and now as I've already indicated that they announce the fact that they are going to be buying corporate debt they're gonna be buying individual corporate bonds this is unprecedented never happened before the first time in the history the federals are has intervene to this level this is pretty amazing that this federal reserve is going to do every possible thing imaginable to maintain liquidity in the markets and I'll tell you not only I know I've said this so many times but I still kind of can't get over the federal reserve has done an amazing job an amazing job your own pal one of the real heroes and saviors into our economy this is through since since March not only what he is down that's one thing but this speed more than anything else all white you're going to do is one thing but to do it so quickly so decisively well I've never seen a federal reserve chair work like that not Ben Bernanke or certainly certainly not Ben Bernanke Alan Greenspan or any other I mean I haven't seen any federal reserve president operate in this kind of way and it's it's got a lot to do with the fact that he's not an academic he's a financial guy he's an economist but he's primarily more and analysts worked on Wall Street understands big business so he's been a real blessing I don't remember I said that when he was picked that I believe he was going to be one of the best picks the president trump has made history will look back and say there are a couple things that were amazing pics one was your own pal no doubt about it the other one was Steve Mnuchin which I totally disagreed with by the way on that day but man was I wrong Steve Mnuchin also has done a magnificent job and you know the other one without a doubt a secretary Pompeo you know these guys going to go down in history as some of the best and what a blessing yeah that has been so we are also fortunate to have this fed chairman that is still showing the markets this is why the markets are up so much today he is still showing the market that Hey look I told you last week last Wednesday that we stand ready to do what we need to do and he is doing just that at every step along the way he's doing exactly whatever it takes to get things done and it is being it has been to me Maisie so I think that it is been a blessing for sure to have your own Palin there so now he is doing something unprecedented that nobody has ever done not only has he works faster than any federal reserve he has done more for the private sector in the private sector there any federal reserve chair is ever done and now he is going so far as to buy a bond you know it's one thing to buy government debt yes we needed to do that he's done a lot of that continues to do that every single week on an ongoing basis so that would be a key chain to a Ben Bernanke quantitative easing so we continue to do that do I have concerns that the federal reserve is driving up their balance sheet the way they are yes I do but unavoidable at this point and now we have president trump talking about preparing a one trillion dollar infrastructure bill there is beyond here's the thing about this infrastructure bill is going to be extremely hard for the Democrats to not vote for this if we can get this bill on the floor of the house over to the Senate I mean it should pass easily now of course the house is going to hold it up but when the households at all they're going to get hammered by the Republicans like they did last time then the house are Nancy Pelosi is going up high on money from her wishlist this still hasn't been granted yet says you're a pile that money then Democrats Republicans are going to Baltimore it's going to get passed by the Senate if it goes to the house and then in the committee it'll get held up as Republicans blasted Democrats for adding all of this other stuff that is totally unrelated to that for the health of the economy to get us back on track again after Devon's devastating pandemic in national health crisis so they're gonna get called out on it so my I would expect that if they're not in a very good position then be in the lab is not in a very good position to dig their heels in on this and say and say to themselves or to the party themselves Hey we got to wait until after the election we can't wait because that's the the idea of an infrastructure bill is we need to understand there is your dramatic a lag time between getting the infrastructure done get it started the actual construction of whatever it may be may be whether it's repairs on any Brady Jr an overpass or a highway or you know whatever it might be to get all of that come ready to start it's going to take a considerable amount of time now because of approvals because of permanent they the local governments are going to hold that up in their normal routine bureaucracy that it goes through so the sooner we get it passed the sooner we can actually stick a shovel in the ground to get started which is not going to be until after not only after the election but in Seoul next year sometime in the first quarter of the year if we get moving quickly so it is going to be not only a stimulus for the economy and by the way it's already a stimulus from the markets today as we see what's happening this email is going to the markets into the economy in certain ways is going to happen before there's a shop on the ground because big corporations big America our employers are going to beginning start ramping up and stroll there is going to be a optimistic run here on the markets in anticipation of what they know now is going to happen because the bill was passed and the money will get spent so but it's going to have a long term impact for the next three years at least and that's going to be very good for America and very very good for us to be game so make all way start paying down the debt assuming we can get some people that are going to be debt minded and debt okay six seven three six three eleven ten ten three six three eleven St let's see Dan hi Dan Albright I'm sorry I answered Bryce yesterday Wilbur is say Dan I've been done I've got will pursue well I didn't get I didn't have that many left over from yesterday as I thought I did and Jerry is saying.

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