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"dan jurgen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:48 min | 2 weeks ago

"dan jurgen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Pressure off. It's striking how much Russian gas to Europe volumes now are down to 9 and 10% when it needs to be close to 40%, much depends upon the winter, but once they get the storage filled in Europe, I think that takes some of the pressure off the market. But every government just talked to some of the ministers and the different governments, they're all having to rush out financial support to consumers to weather the storm that is just not well perceived in the United States. But it's devastating for people's pocketbooks of the economy in Europe. Doctor Jurgen John farrow is brought up a number of times the failure of Germany and their hydrocarbon policy with Russia. You are definitive about this and indeed led on it in the commanding heights years ago. Let me cut to the chase and use brutal language. How bad did Germany screw up? Well, I think the big mistake was not having it. It was not, I mean, after the end of the Cold War, Russia's a nuclear power, you had to try and integrate it into the global economy and energy was one of the ways to do it. I think the big mistake that Germans made where they were confident they would just rely upon that they didn't build energy security and they didn't build diversity so that they were overly dependent. I think that was a problem. And I think shutting down nuclear power turns out to have been not a good idea. In fact, reactors that were going to be shut down at the end of the year. You're going to at least keep a couple of them either for emergencies or maybe keep them operating. Even Japan after Fukushima did not close down all of its nuclear power. Danny Egan some questionable decisions from that country over the last decade or so. Dan Jurgen, thank you very much, sir. Thank you very much indeed. I saw someone joke yesterday and on Twitter. And I won't name check the mall allowed them to do that for themselves. The next time check me all the time. TV and radio with them with us. They talked about maybe Germany needing to adjust some structural reforms, perhaps even a package to make sure there's some European solidarity. Now, you can see where I'm going with this. Oh, please do. It seems up to me that Germany is asking for European solidarity on this issue. When they've clearly made some very, very questionable decisions on energy policy and foreign policy alike over the last couple of decades. And sacrifices that countries like Spain might have to make through the winter when the height of the debt crisis, the periphery had to take on a massive amount of structural reforms whereas the solidarity and the continent ten years ago. Well, what you're pointing to is the real tension emerging in the European Union. Is it only good when it's good for us versus something that is more wide sweeping? And helping people out when they need help. Yeah. Are we doing another hour? Can I go get that? You're going to join me for the open bout. Anastasia omarosa. Mike Collins, Jonathan

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"dan jurgen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:16 min | 3 months ago

"dan jurgen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Recession at about 50% Likely of this stage to go into a deeper lung recession It's possible we go into recession obviously Probably 50 50 odds now But that's okay Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman spoke yesterday at the Morgan Stanley U.S. financials payments and CRE conference At overseas stocks in Europe treading water not bouncing back from yesterday's losses to the stocks Europe 600 index right now is down four points Overnight in Asia equities followed U.S. stocks lower and Bloomberg's Julie at Sally joins us with the latest from Singapore Juliette good morning Good morning John and Nathan the MSCI Asia Pacific index film more than one and a half percentage today with bosses from Japan to China and Hong Kong all in the red Australia underperformed as that market played catch up following a public holiday Monday The ASX 200 was down more than 5% during the day's trade its worst session in more than two years Short dated bonds across the region's slump while the bank of Japan boosted Bond purchase operations to keep yields in check In Singapore Juliet sali Bloomberg daybreak Juliet has been a wild ride for risk assets Just look at crypto Bitcoin fell 15% yesterday perhaps no sector seen a sell off sharper than digital currencies Right now Bitcoin is trading at about $22,200 And oil trading near $122 a barrel is investors way a tight supply outlook It comes as The White House plans for President Biden to visit Saudi Arabia next month The administration won't press the kingdom to increase production it says but S&P Global vice chair Dan Jurgen says oil will be on the agenda It's hard to believe that he would be going to Saudi Arabia if it wasn't for oil I think he'd be just calm They'll start to put more oil into the market They've done a little bit more The thing is that there isn't much more oil in Saudi Arabia and the UAE to really significantly change the market S&P vice chair Dan Jurgen speaking to David west on a Bloomberg's balance of power catch that program noon Wall Street time a Bloomberg radio and TV All right let's turn to corporate news now John and talk about Twitter Elon Musk is set to address staff at the social media company directly this week Bloomberg junior young joins us live with what we know about that so far We need a good morning Good morning Nathan Bloomberg sources say this will be the first time Elon Musk addresses Twitter employees since agreeing to buy the company for $44 billion And Musk will take questions as the Thursday morning virtual meeting Now the company has been in a chaotic state since the deal was announced back in April And many employees are not happy with Musk He's been critical of the company in questions the amount of spam accounts Meantime Twitter's CEO has announced a series of cost cutting measures since the deal came together Live in New York I'm renita young Bloomberg daybreak All right thanks to ahead of the cash flow put on Wall Street Dow futures right now 72 points higher That's up two tenths of a percent The S&P futures of 12 and the NASDAQ came in the futures right now after yesterday's massive sell off 63 points higher as we look at yields right now the ten year three 31 that is down four basis points You're listening to Bloomberg daybreak And it's now 6 O 7 on Wall Street Time to bring.

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"dan jurgen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:02 min | 3 months ago

"dan jurgen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"At about 50 50 We're unlikely at this stage to go into a deeper long recession It's possible we go into recession obviously Probably 50 50 odds now But that's okay Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman made the comments yesterday at the Morgan Stanley U.S. financials payments and CRE conference And overseas stocks in Europe treading water They're not bouncing back from yesterday's losses These stocks Europe 600 index right now down one point and overnight in Asia equities followed U.S. stocks lower Bloomberg's Julian Sally joins us with the latest from Singapore Jude good morning Good morning John and Nathan the MSCI Asia Pacific index film more than one and a half percent entry with bosses from Japan to China and Hong Kong all in the red Australia underperformed does that market played catch up following a public holiday Monday The ASX 200 was down more than 5% during the day's trade it's worst session in more than two years Short dated bonds across the region slumped while the bank of Japan boosted Bond purchase operations to keep yields in check In Singapore Juliet Sally Bloomberg daybreak All right Julia thank you for turning to crypto now It's been another wild ride there Bitcoin dropped 15% yesterday Perhaps no sector seen a sell off sharper than the crypto market right now Bitcoin's trading at about $22,500 And oil trading around $122 a barrel is investors weigh a tight supply outlook It comes as The White House plans for President Biden to visit Saudi Arabia next month The administration says it won't press the kingdom to increase production but S&P Global vice chair Dan Jurgen says oil will be on the agenda It's hard to believe that he would be going to Saudi Arabia If it wasn't for oil I think if he does come they'll start to put more oil to the market They've done a little bit more The thing is that there isn't much more oil in Saudi Arabia and the UAE to really significantly change the market S&P vice chair Dan Jurgen speaking to David Westin on Bloomberg's balance of power and catch that program noon Wall Street time on Bloomberg radio and TV Saying in Washington said a majority leader Chuck Schumer says he'll move quickly to get gun legislation passed Bloomberg said Baxter has the story Schumer says not everything but a major step forward We have a lot of work left to do before we actually pass a bill So working on wording Once the text of this agreement is finalized and I hope it will be as soon as possible I will put this bill on the floor quickly Schumer says it definitely does add to safety In San Francisco I'm at Baxter Bloomberg daybreak All right Ed thank you Right now S&P futures are up 19 points down futures up a 113 NASDAQ futures up 84 points after yesterday's big sell off ten year treasuries up 1230 seconds the old 3.31% yield on the two year 3.28% nymex screwed up 7 tenth percent or 86 cents at a $121 79 cents a barrel we get may producer prices at 8 30 Wall Street time Straight ahead your latest local headlines and to check of sports This is.

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"dan jurgen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 7 months ago

"dan jurgen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update this is a special report the Russian invasion of Ukraine More than 2 million refugees are out of Ukraine now the United Nations just updated the number on this 13th day of fighting and it could climb even higher Russia claims it has started clearing paths in some cities so more people can evacuate safely The U.S. Secretary of Defense is sending 500 more U.S. troops to Europe as the war between Russia and Ukraine rages on Mark Mayfield with more Lloyd Austin will also ship refueling aircraft to Greece as part of the deployment Officials said the troops being deployed were already kind of queued up to go and air support operation center will be sent to Poland and Romania as well I'm Mark Mayfield Oil giant Shell will no longer purchase Russian oil and gas the company is also apologizing for buying Russian oil on Friday well after the Russian invasion of Ukraine This has been a special report The Russian invasion of Ukraine I'm Michael kassner When unprecedented events are unfolding it's important to let history teach us Do you think it's a different world for the fed Bloomberg balance of power with David Weston weekdays at noon eastern On Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com One of the things that really needs to happen when you look back at every oil crisis going back to the Korean War in the 1956 Suez Crisis you had a close cooperation and collaboration between government industry that has to happen here because what's happening is now established supply chains are buckling And parts of this market are breaking Dan Jurgen vice chairman.

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"dan jurgen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:19 min | 9 months ago

"dan jurgen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With other NATO allies to talk about all those Russian troops massing on the Ukraine border And the party's basically agreed to disagree at least for now Leaving prospects of a further invasion still up in the air which was part but only part of what drove oil prices up this week Here's IHS market share Dan Jurgen There's geopolitical anxiety feeding into the market on top of a tightening market that's coming with economic rebound Three big banks reported their earnings at the end of the week there's something about mixed bags JPMorgan reported record profits but disappointed a bit on trading and is adding to its cost City also came up short on trading in the midst of a major restructuring there And Wells Fargo said it's tepid loan growth in the fourth quarter should pick up this year Going beyond the banks the markets overall well they had a volatile week responding to the high inflation numbers the low retail sales numbers on Friday And the Tesla fed chair Jay Powell that reducing monetary policy support is now a certainty Stocks fell for the second week in a row with the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ both about three tenths of a percent While yields on the ten year climbed a 125 basis points ending the week at 1.78 that's the highest level since the pandemic hit To put this rather confusing week in perspective we welcome now bob diamond He's Atlas merchant capital founding partner in CEO and Joanne Feeney advisers capital management partner and portfolio manager So Joanne let me start with you Respect to equities in particular typically when the interest rates are going up that's not necessarily something all equities like The equities respond that way this week You know David and they've responded that way since folate fall When I think it became finally clear to investors that interest rates would have to go up given a level of inflation we're seeing the tightness in the labor markets And the slowness with which supply is coming back online And so yeah we certainly saw evaluations come back and some come down in some places more than others And we just don't know for how long that's going to go on which points to that big question that investors always face You try to time this market where you just hold on for the long haul So bob what about the fed trying to time bringing it back down again How risky is that Because the track record on the so called self landing is not a great one So David we talked about this When we talked in December the fed needs to begin moving As of today there's still very very easy ultra easy I would call it The balance sheet is still expanding There's still almost a 100 billion in security purchases each month And I think it's time that they get on with it So I think the sooner they begin this process of easing into an economy that has recovered and is growing and has a very very tight labor market the better At the same time we've got oma cron out there You've got the COVID virus And so you can't quite know where the economy is going So how big a risk is it that so called policy mistake stomping on the great break too fast and leading to dare I say it a recession Listen it is everyone has said who's been on already This is tricky It's not 5 minute rice to time this But I think the biggest mistake that the fed could make would be to delay too long beginning to get to neutral And I think David we've talked about this before and Joanne and I have talked about this But when the fed goes from ultra easy to neutral it's usually fine for the markets That's been the history We're not even close to neutral yet So when I say begin the actions what I'm talking about is getting closer to neutral If you look at the futures markets then they're expecting fed funds Not this year but at the end of 2023 fed funds will be one and a half to one and three quarters Neutral is maybe 2% two and a half percent And I would just bring up you know it kind of ages me and my experience on Wall Street but if you look at the experience in the early 80s when Volker had to really put the brakes on a short rate got to 15 to 20% So if we talk about getting short rates overnight fed funds back to 2% or two and a half percent I think that's what we should be aiming for You know and to that point bob you put it really in good context This is not the 80s right Short rates heading to 15% is very unlikely for that to be in our future So we're really looking at short rates in the two ish plus percent range And also this is a very different economy for where we were back then in the 70s and 80s when we had to deal with those oil embargoes and the slowdown in production This time the fed and least has a tailwind helping solving inflation problem in that more supply is going to be coming back online this year Just look at the semiconductor industry which is bringing new factories up and running and we'll be putting out chips starting midyear And that's going to help by bringing up supply that'll help close that gap between consumer demand which is incredibly strong and the gap in supply that we've been suffering That's what also helped to bring down inflation even as those interest rates go off Bob diamond and Joan fini will be staying with us as we turn to the specifics of the tech sector and.

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"dan jurgen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:19 min | 9 months ago

"dan jurgen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Then with other NATO allies to talk about all those Russian troops massing on the Ukraine border And the party's basically agreed to disagree at least for now leaving prospects of a further invasion still up in the air which was part but only part of what drove oil prices up this week Here's IHS market share Dan Jurgen There's geopolitical anxiety feeding into the market on top of a tightening market that's coming with economic rebound Three big banks reported their earnings at the end of the week there's something about mixed bags JPMorgan reported record profits but disappointed a bit on trading and is adding to its cost City also came up short on trading in the midst of a major restructuring there And Wells Fargo said it's tepid loan growth in the fourth quarter should pick up this year Going beyond the banks the markets overall well they had a volatile week responding to the high inflation numbers the low retail sales numbers on Friday And the testimony of fed chair Jay Powell that reducing monetary policy support is now a certainty Stocks fell for the second week in a row with the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ both off about three tenths of a percent While yields on the ten year climbed a 125 basis points ending the week at 1.78 that's the highest level since the pandemic hit To put this rather confusing week in perspective we welcome now bob diamond He's Atlas merchant capital founding partner in CEO and Joanne feeny advisers capital management partner and portfolio manager So Joanne let me start with you Respect to equities in particular typically when the interest rates are going up that's not necessarily something all equities like The equities respond that way this week You know and they've responded that way since folate fall When I think it became finally clear to investors that interest rates would have to go up given a level of inflation we're seeing the tightness in the labor markets And the slowness with which supply is coming back online And so yeah we certainly saw valuations come back and some come down in some places more than others And you know that we just don't know for how long that's going to go on which points to that big question that investors always face You try to time this market where you just hold on for the long haul So bob what about the fed trying to time bringing it back down again How risky is that Because the track record on the so called soft lens is not a great one So David we talked about this When we talked in December the fed needs to begin moving As of today there's still very very easy ultra easy I would call it The balance sheet is still expanding There's still almost a 100 billion in security purchases each month And I think it's time that they get on with it So I think the sooner they begin this process of easing into an economy that has recovered and is growing and has a very very tight labor market the better At the same time if you've got oma crown out there you've got the COVID virus And so you can't quite know where the economy is going So how big a risk isn't that so called policy mistake stomping on the great break too fast and leading to daresay at a recession Listen it is everyone has said who's been on already This is tricky It's not 5 minute rice to time this But I think the biggest mistake that the fed could make would be to delay too long beginning to get to neutral And I think David we've talked about this before and Joanne and I have talked about this But when the fed goes from ultra easy to neutral it's usually fine for the markets That's been the history We're not even close to neutral yet So when I say begin the actions what I'm talking about is getting closer to neutral If you look at the futures markets then they're expecting fed funds Not this year but at the end of 2023 fed funds will be one and a half to one and three quarters Neutral is maybe 2% two and a half percent And I would just bring up you know it kind of ages me and my experience on Wall Street but if you look at the experience in the early 80s when Volker had to really put the brakes on a short rate got to 15 to 20% So if we talk about getting short rates overnight fed funds back to 2% or two and a half percent I think that's what we should be aiming for You know and to that point bob you put it really in good context This is not the 80s right Short rates heading to 15% is very unlikely for that to be in our future So we're really looking at short rates in the two ish plus percent range And also right this is a very different economy for where we were back then in the 70s and 80s when we had to deal with those oil embargoes and the slowdown in production This time the fed at least has a tailwind helping solving inflation problem in that more supply is going to be coming back online this year Just look at the semiconductor industry which is bringing new factories up and running and we'll be putting out chips starting midyear And that's going to help by bringing up supply that'll help close that gap between consumer demand which is incredibly strong and the gap in supply that we've been suffering That's what also helped to bring down inflation even as those interest rates go up Bob diamond and Joan Phoenix will be staying with us as we turn to the specifics of the tech sector.

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"dan jurgen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:19 min | 9 months ago

"dan jurgen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And then with other NATO allies to talk about all those Russian troops massing on the Ukraine border And the party's basically agreed to disagree at least for now Leaving prospects of a further invasion still up in the air which was part but only part of what drove oil prices up this week Here's IHS market share Dan Jurgen There's geopolitical anxiety feeding into the market on top of a tightening market that's coming with economic rebound Three big banks reported their earnings at the end of the week is something of a mixed bag JPMorgan reported a record profits but disappointed a bit on trading and is adding to its cost City also came up short on trading in the midst of a major restructuring there and Wells Fargo said its tepid loan growth in the fourth quarter should pick up this year Going beyond the banks the markets overall well they had a volatile week responding to the high inflation numbers the low retail sales numbers on Friday and the testimony of fed chair Jay Powell that reducing monetary policy support is now a certainty Stocks fell for the second week in a row with the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ both about three tenths of a percent While yields on the ten year climbed a 125 basis points and in the week at 1.78 that's the highest level since the pandemic hit To put this rather confusing week in perspective we welcome now bob diamond He's Atlas merchant capital founding partner in CEO and Joanne Feeney advisers capital management partner and portfolio manager So Joey let me start with you Respect the equities in particular typically when the interest rates are going up that's not necessarily something all equities like The equities respond that way this week You know David and they've responded that way since folate fall When I think it became finally clear to investors that interest rates would have to go up given a level of inflation we're seeing the tightness in the labor markets And the slowness with which supply is coming back online And so yeah we certainly saw evaluations come back and some come down in some places more than others And we just don't know for how long that's going to go on which points to that big question that investors always face You try to time this market where you just hold on for the long haul So bob what about the fed trying to time bringing it back down again How risky is that Because the track record on the so called soft lens is not a great one So David we talked about this When we talked in December the fed needs to begin moving As of today there's still very very easy ultra easy I would call it The balance sheet is still expanding There's still almost a 100 billion in security purchases each month And I think it's time that they get on with it So I think the sooner they begin this process of easing into an economy that has recovered and is growing and has a very very tight labor market the better At the same time if you've got oma crown out there you've got the COVID virus And so you can't quite know where the economy is going So how big a risk is if that so called policy mistake stomping on the great break too fast and leading to dare I say it a recession Listen it is everyone has said who's been on already This is tricky It's not 5 minute rice to time this But I think the biggest mistake that the fed could make would be to delay too long beginning to get to neutral And I think David we've talked about this before and Joanne and I have talked about this But when the fed goes from ultra easy to neutral it's usually fine for the markets That's been the history We're not even close to neutral yet So when I say begin the actions what I'm talking about is getting closer to neutral If you look at the futures markets then they're expecting fed funds Not this year but at the end of 2023 fed funds will be one and a half to one and three quarters Neutral is maybe 2% two and a half percent And I would just bring up you know it kind of ages me and my experience on Wall Street but if you look at the experience in the early 80s when Volker had to really put the brakes on a short rate got to 15 to 20% So if we talk about getting short rates overnight fed funds back to 2% or two and a half percent I think that's what we should be aiming for You know and to that point bob you put it really in good context This is not the 80s right Short rates heading to 15% is be very unlikely for that to be in our future So we're really looking at short rates in the two ish plus percent range And also this is a very different economy for where we were back then in the 70s and 80s when we had to deal with those oil embargoes and the slowdown in production This time the fed at least has a tailwind helping solving inflation problem in that more supply is going to be coming back online this year Just look at the semiconductor industry which is bringing new factories up and running and we'll be putting out chips starting midyear And that's going to help by bringing up supply that'll help close that gap between consumer demand which is incredibly strong and the gap in supply that we've been suffering That should also help to bring down inflation even as those interest rates go off Bob diamond and Joan Phoenix will be staying with us as we turn to the specifics of.

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Denmark Plans Massive Wind-Energy Hub on an Artificial Island

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Denmark Plans Massive Wind-Energy Hub on an Artificial Island

"The country of denmark has long produced oil and gas in the sea but denmark has to phase that out by twenty fifty instead. We racing ambitions when it comes to offshore wind. Dan jurgens in his denmark's minister of climate energy and utilities. He says that over the next decade his country plans to build a massive wind energy hub on an artificial island in the north sea it will collect energy from hundreds of offshore wind turbines and deliver it to european customers in. Its first phase. The hub is expected to produce enough electricity to power three million households and ultimately enough for ten million. So it's a huge project. It's probably the biggest infrastructure project in the history of my country. Jorgensen says abundant clean energy can help advance other green technologies. Denmark's long-term goal is to use wind power to create liquid fuel for use planes and ships. That technology exists today. But it's very expensive and it's not possible to do it into scale would be necessary so that's one of the reasons why we're doing is so long term. The project could create winds of change for green transportation to

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"dan jurgen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"dan jurgen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Coming up this hour, President Biden delivered a message of national unity in his inaugural address this week. We'll get analysis of his words from an expert on presidential speeches and the president signs executive orders on his first day to affect US energy policy. I talk about it with leading energy expert Dan Jurgen plus the Biden administration's policy on China. How different will it be? I ask Elizabeth economy from Stanford and antitrust enforcement gets a new regime under a new president. I talked to the outgoing and a trust chief, Macon del Rahim, for his take on what he accomplished and what is left to be done. But first Joe Biden was sworn in this week as the 46th, president of the United States. In his inaugural address, He delivered a message of unity and can working together to meet the challenges we face as a nation and overcome the challenges in front of us requires the most elusive of all things in a democracy. Unity requires us to come together in common love that defines us as Americans for reaction to the president's address and how it compares to past speeches. Bloomberg contributors. Jeannie Shawn's A. No and Rick Davis draw. In May and talking to Barbara Perry, director of presidential studies at the University of Virginia's Miller Center. I thought that was artfully done, I would say that it won't then. Threads from Lincoln and FDR and John Kennedy. I'm not sure it will rival their inaugural addresses. They're usually considered the top in among the top five in terms of the rhetoric that's involved, But what really struck me was the spirituality of it that you have. First of all the The now president, starting his day with a Catholic Mass is only the second Catholic president on then you have his his priest who talked about and quoted Pope Francis about how we must dream together because if we're isolated, we tend to see Mirages. And then I thought that the spirituality theme was picked up by the print now president with his reference to his own soul, where he said, I pledge my whole soul. To meet the challenges that we face and that tied so well into his announcement of his candidacy, in which he said after Charlottesville he knew he had to run in order to restore America's soul. It's such a great point, and even over and above that President Biden Quoted ST Augusta and saying I was a scene from his church. And actually head injury bother heads in a silent prayer for the country. I don't remember the last time Ah, President did that. It may have happened other than a prayer breakfast, but I don't remember it. I certainly don't remember one in an inaugural address s O give us a sense over all of these inaugural addresses. Barbara from your perspective, What do they have meant to accomplish or what can be accomplished? How much of this substance How much of this style? Oh, it's always both as as all of our politics happened to be, especially in the modern media era. But I would say that they're meant to present that peaceful transition of power s. Oh, they're meant to show that they're meant to symbolize unity, bringing the country together if if they can, and they're meant to provide in times of severe challenge, as in 18 61 is an 18 64. And certainly in 1933 with FDR. They're meant to provide comfort and aid to the American people and to say here I am the new president. I'm going to work on these challenges, and together we can overcome them. Presbury. I wanted to ask you about sort of the tone. There was a lot of sort of dark Irish messaging around this with the discussions of the light and the dark. I felt I was reading an old, you know, Irish novel or something. And how much I mean, I my impression, and you would be a better judge was this was pretty personal speech that he gave that I didn't feel like Riders missed the person here, and sometimes they do. No, I think that's absolutely right. He didn't tend to become tearful would certainly in mode, and actually, this is more like the bushes. The Bushes were well known both father and son and a whole family forgetting tearful on and after four years of the president who didn't vote at all about anything, either happily or sadly, I found myself becoming ver can't clamp just even seen Joe Biden? Take the oath of office. So I think that Bill Clinton helped to make his career by dealing people's pain, telling them that he did and genuinely feeling their pain. I think Joe Biden, as he said in this inaugural address. I thought this was very poignant where he said in effect. You never know what fate is going to deal you and we all know his story and we know fate has dealt him. Really bad hands over the years. So there was this triumph I thought of his overcoming that but being able to say to the people I can empathize with you. I empathize with you families. You 400,000 families who've lost people to the virus. You know my story and I will help the whole country to overcome this professor period wanted to ask you for all the talk of unity and I thought, you know, President bite and I've got to get used to saying that Was sober about the reality that people may look, you know, suspect at that at this moment, What do you think His next steps are in terms of actually achieving that with the enormous agenda, beginning with immigration in the stimulus bill? Well, it will be hard to be sure, but he think is following in the footsteps of FDR, who said in his inaugural in addition to We have nothing to fear but fear itself but also said Americans need and want action and action. We will give them And that is what we will see from Joe Biden in this avalanche of executive orders, which has now become the norm in new presidencies, because our legislative system is it's so gridlock. I'm not convinced that hey, can find unity. It won't be easy, and I think if anybody can succeed He can, thanks to Barbara Perry from the University of Virginia's Miller Center, coming up the Biden administration's policy on China. How different will it be? I ask Elizabeth economy from Stanford. That's next. You're.

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"dan jurgen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"dan jurgen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From executive actions such as an energy policy from New York. Welcome to the second hour Bloomberg Balance of Power I'm David Weston. President Biden headed straight to the Oval Office last night to sign 15 executive orders. Followed by another batch this morning and several of those affected US energy policy, including rejoining the Paris climate accord, stopping the Keystone XL pipeline and directing a review of fuel efficiency and emissions standards. Welcome now a leading expert on U. S Energy policy. Daniel Jurgen is vice chairman of I just market and author of the book The New Map. Energy climate and the clash of nations. Dan Thanks so much for being there's always value your presence. Tell us what you make of these executive orders that came out last night. I think they were all telegraphed that he was going to do this discipline in the policy documents for months and months and months. His basic. What it tells us is that the body administration is gonna do what they said they're going to do, he said. Climate is one of his four priorities and they're going to step on the gas on that. And it is the range of government. I think ever Cabinet secretary will now have a Cabinet a climate agenda, so it's a very different reality than it was two days ago. So this Keystone XL pipelines been around for quite a while. But up and down and all around how much real effect is that have on US energy. Well. Canada's a major source of US energy imports are two countries are very integrated overall candidates by far the largest market for U. S exports. This is an important element. I think what it really was striking was really a kick against Justin Trudeau, who President Biden to pause and look at how this pipeline had changed. And on day he expressed his disappointment that this was the first step in. We're supposed to be improved relationship between United States and Canada. So maybe question maybe not. I understand that's gonna be the first telephone call that President Biden has with a foreign leader will be Justin Trudeau. Of Canada. Is there some hope for President Biden and saying, Look at Justin, I'm sorry I hurt you in the pipeline. But you and I are both really committed to climate and this is going to help climate. Is there some eyes? They're a dual purpose here. I mean, in terms of actual climate, it's not going to have much effect. Canadian oil production is slated to increase for the next few years and one way or the other, the oil will make its way to market If it didn't come from Canada, all come from maybe finish will elevate lifts, Sanctions or the Middle East. So, but I think it's it is become such a lightning rod in such a emotional symbol, and I think that's what Biden was responding to. So talk more generally about where you expect this policy go. It's clear that as you say a president Biden means what he said. And he's going to follow through to the best visibility is their firm out that he and the executive branch can do without Congress. There is, obviously we've seen executive orders. The other thing is, Of course, the regulatory agencies will be a different chairman of the Securities Exchange Commission. They'll be a different chairman at the Federal Energy Regulatory Tory Commission. So those regulatory agencies will be very well be one of the main instruments and I think, but on the other hand, as you say, this is a very divided nation. Divided Congress. And so he's appealed for unity. So he has to also you can't just look to his left on just to the environmental movement. He also has to look across the country as well. And I think You know, that's what he's balancing in his mind. It has to balance his policies. How much power does even the federal government not just the president, but the federal government overall really have to change the course of future energy. How much of this is gonna be dictated? Bye bye technology by the markets. Okay, that That's a very important point, because if you were pro wind and sold in real honor pushing 10 years ago, they weren't competitive. Now they're very competitive in the utility industry is responding to the fact that their cost competitive A lot has to do with technology and actually continuing to spend money on research and development is really a critical part. But in terms of regulatory Terms of creating incentives for 500,000 electric charging station points for cars across the country, and I think what they really indicated is they want to use the structure, spending on transportation spending as part of the ways to get to their goals and On and buy, you know. The target, he says, is toe have zero cardinal except the United States. By 2035. It's now it's to reach. These are ambitious goals, calm stretch goals, but that's the way policy is gonna go. What does this mean for jobs Because we hear that actually, they're more jobs now and clean energy than there are and fossil fuels. But they're a lot of people still employed a fossil fuels right. I think there's over 10 million people who are involved in the oil and gas industry. So I really don't know about. I wonder about the job estimates. There's you know, depends how you count them. But I don't think they're 10 million over 10 million unemployed and renewables, but You know they're more jobs. They're putting up wind towers. But solar panels remember that 80% of the world's solar panels come from China. So it does. It does create jobs but creates jobs Also in other countries, can we catch up with China? I think not in a manufacturing solar on China has a dominant position in the lithium ion battery supply chain, which of course, goes into electric cars. I think that's going to be by the way you're pointing to. Another priority is to say, Can we do that? Can we reduce our dependence for rare Earths and things on China? What you need for wind turbines and another equipment. But that would mean so I think we're going to see money spent on that. But that would might also mean opening new minds in the United States, which is also kind of feel. You have the might get across crosswise is some of the rest of his constituents. It's a good point. Then he thinks it's always great to have you with us. As Dan Jurgen of HS Market Coming up, President Biden.

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"dan jurgen" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"dan jurgen" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"Australia. Trying to good auto could see. We got a lot in wing superman. That's good demand has so much history like he's been asking embiid he says like oh my gosh i want to ask about this now. And you're gonna keep going like must hold back again. He's even in comics. Like what the eighties. so yeah. he's written at wide. I mean you know solomon includes day just you know like he wanted to come down here with me. Now buddy yet Serious so just like. That's what i said. I hope i can get him back again. Just because i like even like all his marvel stop going to talk to him about. I mean deficit. Superman could just be an zone episode. I mean just like the history of like even talking about this experience with watching the changing of comments on the things said about like having idea like redoing the idea in a different way. I mean reno doing superman walking away and coming back and doing the similar thing in doing more of that superman years later. So that was Mino alright said i need. I'm trying to read back on a lot. More of his night wing his. When i saw he was writing it. Jump back in. But i gotta get caught up so yeah i was. I was reading his screening his run. They tried to refresh myself. I think it's his first day. She's fifty nine. I think seventy five came out last week so her a little over here. Yeah this time. I tell you how time has passed like just happened. Then you're like wait has almost a year ago or your twenty one is like so many years. Pack didn't one year that yes on the one hand. Sometimes i think wow. It's been a year. And as i say wow spent a year especially comics. I mean we had like a two month break on comics. Were they weren't putting any out. So yeah you got the digital. I o yeah but a lot of them like night wing. yeah they weren't publishing so we should have seasons. He's been around long. Things will ever go. Strictly digital doubt it but as long as the money's there i'm sure they'll keep all right. Should we get outta here. Everyone digest what we've just learned Yeah here were admirably. Restrained in not too much. Superman were not naming. Yes good job. Job wealth of knowledge. To ask you know like all right but hey those of you listening at home you think two interviews as good walls will stay right where you are because next week when we are talking to ten sealy's that's gonna be three in a row that's right so yes come back next week. Pretend sealy talking might wing. Rebirth will and grace so send your questions in now for tim. Seeley email us keep saying lunatics at dot com or. Call the voicemail. Six one four three eight two two seven three seven that six one four thirty eight capes and remember to call nightly news on facebook twitter Follow all the cape's olympic social media. You can find all of that links to this youtube. You can watch the video on youtube. Go subscribe links to the patriots. And we're we talk star trek links to merch everything only one convenient place. That's linked trie ally n. K. t. r. dot ee flash keeps in lunatics and remember disorder our sponsors tweaked audio hunter. Killer pods book volume. One go pick it up now and digital in paperback because volume two is coming with a certain mr tyler patrick in there for volume two i. I can't wait to come out. i can't wait for rebe wrote about it. Tears through matt. He'd be like. Hey it's twenty twenty. There's nothing to do. Why will you pick up the book. Also pickup sick and boy wonder what together by that woman that mad woman. That crazy person right there so if you look decrease and go pick it up and you can pick all of that up on amazon and when you do use the link for southgate meaty group right there in the show notes. Help support this. Show southgate media group network and that crazy man in tattered bathrobe rob master doom southgate make it so says master to please kick in the pants.

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"dan jurgen" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"dan jurgen" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"It happens. Eighty it's weird because sometimes you'll have three or four different things you really anxious to do. And then all of a sudden two years later you'll you'll realize that in that that one idea hat or such and such a character. I'm glad i never got to do that. All that doesn't sound so good. You know it just it. Reation wasn't yet. get back to this idea. What his creation. And it's nervous straight line and it's also a little bit like in that there's a high tide that can come in. We're going to europe. There's no room on the beach. I don't want to chime everything just right or it's a nice sunny day and there's plenty of room on the beach. I realized that's a really silly metaphor. But there's some truth you like i think is in the grant morrison leaving The green lantern book after this next threat and the next run. I guess but Like you've been there so long now can you just go into them and say hey ivan. How jordan idea what they like seriously consider giving the green lantern book might but i doubt it i mean people have the assumption that if you just snap the fingers your that they'll open it up and you know part of it is commitments are made very often to other people and commitments to other ideas are made and that's fine at. That's kind of how it should be. So are you saying they. They might already have god. Grants replacement already picked out. Maybe if there is going to be a replacement they may. And i honestly don't know i haven't asked about green lantern in quite some time and part of it is because grant and lamb have been doing just such wonderful work on their book which has been so imaginative and so beautiful that as reader. I'd hate to see them go. Oh yeah grants always rain. Yeah the love. I loved his jail. Run back in the day. So when you're done with a character do you keep reading. There are do you stop not read it while like when you're done with superman did you read more super manner like i'm done. I think in general it's best to walk away and part of it is To be fair to the nets creative teams i. I think it's important to wet. Ashby their space and and to let them say what they wanna say. And your your people ask me about it you know. I have enough millions often with what's happening on a book to say. Yeah he's a great idea. I wish them well which is always the case. It's not like i've ever set wild the next guy you know because not good either and But typically the best thing to do is just move on to step back and rwanda. The next one was it. Is it the same or is it different. Like say booster gold shows up somewhere you like taken into early. Like i have to see what they're doing with booster gold since you created the character. Yeah that one's a little different and part of it is because you know. When i created the eric room even when they said you know when he was quitting justice league which i think was just four erase because they called me up and they said we're thinking of using brewster in the league and at the time had to point to me that we're doing sort of this humorous jamie on the justice league because their first issue wasn't even out yet so they're sent back to me. I read it. And i just said this is great. This earthquake reducible. So then we were able to talk about it and you know keeping an eye on were friends anyway. So that was great to go do it. So by and large high. I think it's nice to be asked. Because i have always made it policy to do that with the creators of other characters when i worked And i think that's just within the crater community of we're gonna be great with one another. That's the best way to do are now. I'm gonna change direction. These who are going to be lost i love. I love your marble staff I do a spider man. Podcast clean next year and get you back or your sensational issues. Are i love your captain america. Thor my my one other co host teeth. Like i don't know if you heard there's a. Us agent mini series coming out and like supposedly us agents getting replaced by the government or something and my and hurt. Yeah but One of my co host is saying it's pro side. It's going to be proud. Aside replacing him he loves prototype brings okay. I think there's more there to explore. Ever want to do it. But i have no idea what that is. I had a lot of fun doing that. Stop and i know that Gosh just dumb dare to ago someone showed me this really great looking sensational spider man. Action figure Coming out with. And he with ben reilly at which looks really like ben reilly diversed grew in a while. That's awesome. i was gonna say it. Was that your idea that die the hair blonde. Yes i was going to say. It's one simple thing and it was just like. Oh he won't be mistaken. You know they look similar but they won't get won't be in state for park. Yeah like i said i. I hope he can get you back next year for talks and ben reilly issues but art. So are you. Tc exclusive right now. Then yes i am and have been for a number of years now so kind of her once. I got done with door and moved acade- at that time we've been there since was like two thousand bucks so it's been a while. Yeah yeah right tyler. Got another question. I'm gonna wait till the. But i want to ask this one thing because this is something that kind of bothered me with it. Being your created you your character that you created. How do you feel if you can say about how john kent was treated in the current run when they took him for being the boy a age tim up and what they've done with him saints I think there's this assumption out there that why brian Michael benson. i don't get along or something like that. And the back work orders okay. So i think everybody's has had idea. That's not the case when When brian curtis came to dc He and a couple of folks from dc went out to lunch and brian was going me right a restart his plans for the character and how he was going to age john and jarallah things like that she great go quarry and an order. It is where he wanted to get with john. Being part of the legion of superheroes which i totally understand and and the idea that you would have a super boy who is a core member of the region of superheroes is very much what the legion is all about those of you who louisa superheroes in its history service totally on board with it and and i think there are always ways that they wanted to do kind of a series of batteries story that that tell the untold stories of superman and lois in young john when he was still. You know eight years old. That i think you could still have your india that you can do both But certainly i don't ever problem with this idea that you wanna take john as super boy is foundational horror member of the legion of superheroes. Because that's the history. A lot of respects of what the legion has always been i..

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"dan jurgen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"dan jurgen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg Wall Street Week With David Westin from Bloomberg Radio. President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden have very different ideas about energy policy in United States. President Trump wants to solidify America's position as a top oil and gas producer and Democratic nominee, Biden is setting his sights. One, reducing the company's reliance on fossil fuels with a $2 trillion climate plan. Dan Jurgen, chairman of market and author of the new book, The New Map, energy Climate, and the Clash of Nations, says that there is an inevitable energy shift underway. The Trump Administration has been focused on the this new position the United States as the world's number one producer of oil and gas, and what that does for the economy, what it does for the position in the world. Joe Biden has a $2 trillion climate action plan, which is very focused on addressing climate things, and I think in terms of oil and gas, it's a little unclear where where he is. He made a point to say when he's in Pennsylvania, where there are a lot of jobs related. Tio fracking is it's called that he's I'm not going to ban fracking, but clearly it's a pivot towards climate. And I think certain more regulation around oil and gas from what you know of the technology and the developer and the mark. It's because the market drives it is well with the prices. Is this. Sooner or later they were gonna have a fundamental shift away from fossil fuels. I think it's an evolution that's going on. I think you mentioned electric power, and I was recently with a bunch of the leaders of the electric power industry. They do look to be net zero carbon by 2035 or 2040 many of them and moving that direction. Other parts of it, I think it it evolves over time. Their 280 million cars in the United States about 279 billion Asking, and I don't think people going to throw away their cars, so I think it's this is a longer evolution, and I think that's what happens in the US, But the US remembers only 15% of Goto emissions. China's twice that India. Other emerging markets are looking towards commercial energy to get away from burning wouldn't waste in people's houses with health consequences. So I think this is something that unfolds time directionally where it's going, That's clear. Directionally. The timing really matters and the bets could be rather substantial. In your book. You point out how many jobs I think 10 million are tied to the energy industry. We also have trillions of dollars globally. Who's putting bets on which side of this and we saw a reported Exxon. Actually, internal documents leaked suggest that Exxon is not moving as quickly as maybe some others away from fossil fuel emissions. China's certainly might benefit you point out in your book, all Russia. Maybe not. Who's better on which side Well, let me say, I think the Exxon thing. Of course, that's still unfolding story. But I think what's happened is all major companies now are looking at their at their at their emissions and saying, What are they going to be? And then the question becomes, How do you mitigate them? And in the new map, you know, there's this whole chapter called Breakthrough Technologies based upon the work that early movies and former energy secretary and I did for lead for Bill Gates Foundation and Right through energy coalition about the technologies we need, and one of them. That's really very major is what's called carbon capture carbon mitigation simply when you look at the numbers, and I think that's where you know we're going to see our increased investment going in terms of research on that meet it in terms of countries. China's a significant winner here because, unlike the U. S, and imports 75% of its oil and regards that as a major strategic problem, particularly in the geopolitical issues that are not developing, and it has a dominant position in many of my call if they called the new energies, for instance, about 70% of the solar panels of the world are made in China, another 10% by Chinese companies, and its Chinese manufacturing that's partly responsible for this revolution is solar costs, which come way down. So you know, they would be a big beneficiary of this one of the things that I was surprised I learned from your book is the department energy under President Trump is investing an awful lot of money in research, science and research, some of which actually has to goto renewables. Right $6.5 billion in in basic science research, and that's the foundation. Really, The true foundation have been energy transition,.

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"dan jurgen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"dan jurgen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg Wall Street Week With David Westin from Bloomberg Radio. President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden have very different ideas about energy policy in United States. President Trump wants to solidify America's position as a top oil and gas producer and Democratic nominee. Biden is setting his sights on reducing the company's reliance on fossil fuels with a $2 trillion climate plan. Dan Jurgen, chairman of market and author of the new book, The New Map, energy Climate, and the Clash of Ations says that there is an inevitable energy shift underway. The Trump Administration has been focused on the this new position the United States as the world's number one producer of oil and gas, and what that does for the economy and what it does position in the world. Joe Biden has a $2 trillion climate action plan, which is very focused on addressing climate things, and I think in terms of oil and gas It's a little unclear where where he is. He made a point to say when he's in Pennsylvania, where there a lot of jobs related. Tio fracking is it's called that he's I'm not going to ban fracking, but clearly it's a pivot towards climate and I think certain more regulation around oil and gas from what you know of the technology and the diploma and the markets because the market drives it is well with the prices. Is this. Sooner or later they were gonna have a fundamental shift away from fossil fuels. I think it's an evolution that's going on. I think you mentioned electric power, and I was recently with a bunch of gay leaders of the electric power industry. They do look to be net zero Carbon by 2035 2040 many of them and moving that direction, Other parts of it, I think it it evolves over time, their 280 million cars in the United States about 279 billion of US running gassing, and I don't think people going to throw away their cars. So I think it's this is a longer evolution, and I think that's what happens in the US, but the US remembers only 15% of Goto emissions. China's twice that India. Other emerging markets are looking towards commercial energy to get away from burning wouldn't waste in people's houses with health consequences. So I think this is something that unfolds time directionally where it's going, That's clear. Directionally. The timing really matters and the bets could be rather substantial. In your book. You point out how many jobs I think 10 million are tied to the energy industry. We also have trillions of dollars globally. Who's putting bets on which side of this and we saw a reported Exxon. Actually, internal documents leaked suggest that Exxon is not moving as quickly as maybe some others away from fossil fuel emissions. China's certainly might benefit you point out in your book Russia. Maybe not. Who's betting on which side Well, let me say, I think the Exxon thing. Of course, that's still unfolding story. But I think what's happened is all major companies now are looking at their at their at their emissions and saying, What are they going to be? And then the question becomes, How do you mitigate them? And in the new map, you know, there's this whole chapter called Breakthrough Technologies based upon the work that early monies and former energy secretary and I did for lead for Bill Gates Foundation and Breakthrough Energy coalition about the technologies we need, and one of them. That's really very major is what's called carbon capture carbon mitigation simply when you look at the numbers, and I think that's where you know we're going to see continue increased investment going in terms of research on that meet it in terms of countries. China's a significant winner here because, unlike the U. S, and imports 75% of its oil and regards that as a major strategic problem, particularly in the geopolitical issues that are not developing, and it has a dominant position in many of my call if they called the new energies, for instance, about 70% of the solar panels of the world are made in China, another 10% by Chinese companies, and its Chinese manufacturing that's partly responsible for this revolution is solar costs, which come way down. So you know, they would be a big beneficiary of this one of the things that I was surprised I learned from your book is the department energy under President Trump is investing an awful lot of money in research, science and research, so which actually has to goto renewable? Right, $6.5 billion in in basic science research, and that's the foundation really the true foundation of.

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"dan jurgen" Discussed on The Spectacular Comic Book Podcast

The Spectacular Comic Book Podcast

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"dan jurgen" Discussed on The Spectacular Comic Book Podcast

"Podcast. We said that we would be gone until comic stores opened again. But we actually had something cool happen. We have a comic creator. Who wanted to join us to talk about the state of things. Federal line is here by the way. Hello and let's just get right to it juergens in today. We have a very special guest. We have writer artist creator. Dan juergens welcome to the show. Sir thank you. It's going to be here. Andrew now you and i have a very complicated history. You don't know this or maybe you do. But the very first article. I ever wrote for game informer which i've been writing for for twenty six twenty seven years was about the death and returns death and return of superman the video game on super nintendo in genesis. Oh okay okay. Which for our listeners. Out there that is one of your biggest stories that you ever roach. Drew created was the death of superman that was event. There's people walking around town with these black wrist or black armbands that came with the comic. I was just like this is one of the biggest comic events i've ever been a part of and it turns out that ended up being the story that launched my video game career. I took that article that magazine to a thunderbird comic book convention and you were doing signings there and i put it down in front of you and you're like oh my god i've never seen this before. Okay okay and i was freaking out because it was a terrible like my my writing was terrible and the editing on it was just as bad like we had no idea what we were doing. We were just a bunch of kids putting together a video game magazine right. Yup flash forward twenty some odd years. I start doing a radio. Show with paul church ian on k. Fan it's a video game show on a sports network doesn't make sense but it turns out. You are friends with paul church right. Yeah so we ended up connecting through twitter that way. And that is how you ended up on this show right. In in the one thing we should clarify. Is that when you refer to the thunderbird so that people don't think of it as a car you're referring to the thunderbird hotel which used to be down around the mall of america in the twin cities and was wholly and totally unique in its own way. Yeah yeah i mean so much. I guess you'd say native american history from the minnesota area. The most stuffed animals like actual animals stuffed. I think i've seen outside of chicago museum. Yeah but once you went upstairs into that that convention room it was magical for comic fans because it was wall to wall just folding tables of comic books it was amazing right in. It was certainly what we had at the time and it served the twin cities very well when other professionals would come in as guests to that show you know they would stay at the hotel as well and it kinda gained the phrase or term twin peaks lodge with a lot of people. So that's also what we thought of it. But it was a lot of i gotta ask you as a writer and artist like you do it all for comic books. What's your favorite part is that the writing is creating is the actual art like seeing it come to life. I never see it as two distinct jobs. And that's people find that odd. I look at it and say i'm a storyteller. I write a story. And i draw a story when i'm doing it all myself because sometimes i write stories for others. Sometimes i draw stories that others have written but when i do it myself i will change the story and make some tweaks to continue to work on the story as i draw so i don't see it as two entirely different tasks for me. It's just being creative and telling a story. If you asked me which. I prefer when i'm working with others. I get a certain amount of juice off working with friends and colleagues and getting inside their heads a little bit to see how they work so. When i'm working with another artist often they will draw differently than i would have but then when it comes in part of the fine is what it looks like and why it's different in ans- because they think differently than i did in. It's the same thing when i draw or other writers where i get inside their head a little bit and i can see oh there. They were approached this differently tonight. Do so we all learn from people. We work with sometimes good sometimes bad for me. It's all part of the storytelling telling process. You are a mainstay rate. Now at dc comics writing night wing. What other series do you have Kind of in the pipeline. I am writing night. Wing also writing batman beyond a i had been doing some work on our exclusive giants line for wal-mart. We have a couple of things coming up yet later. This year that have not yet been announced but should be soon. So you know we're constantly in this. Were weird world where the stuff. I'm working on now is. Let's see it's april so in theory. What i'm doing now are late. June july books and then as we plan. We're looking at fourth quarter so we try. We're ahead so i if you asked me what my last issue number of something was just came out. I would actually have a hard time. i'd have to think about. You said your your head. Is it just business as usual now during this kind of get into the state of the world now. During this lockdown comic books stores are closed and they even stopped production of digital comics because they want the comic stores to thrive right like they want these releases having a physical presence and digital presence. But for you as the creators. Are you still pumping out issues. Getting the edits. Obviously you're not getting the final copies sent in the mail. But where are you at kind of in the process. So you're right We're all in a very strange set of circumstances right now. We are continuing to work. I i mean it's weird because like my wife has homeworking as well right now. The whole neighborhood is home working. And i see people who obviously are working relaxed schedules. I am not one of them. I'm going for it's like for me. Nothing has changed. Obviously the market has changed and what we are still trying to do is figure out you know what exactly is the market. So for example in minnesota comic stores are closed. There are many other states where they are allowed to do curbside pickup so if they have new comics to sell their customer bases can pull up out front. Having ordered down retailer walks out puts them in the back seat or the trunk just like takeout food and they can drive away with their comments. Part of what we're doing is trying to figure out how many of those stores are still wanting new comics versus. How many don't because they're closed by the government what happens when a distributor who basically service the entire industry is no longer shipping books. So we have all these logistical things. Were trying to take care of right now. But in the meantime for us at dc we are continuing to push ahead and create comics with the hope that will be able.

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"dan jurgen" Discussed on The Spectacular Comic Book Podcast

The Spectacular Comic Book Podcast

06:02 min | 2 years ago

"dan jurgen" Discussed on The Spectacular Comic Book Podcast

"Businesses list that the governor has provided. It's it's bizarre. I mean basically if if you're affiliated with a union in any kind of shape or form great you're doing great right if you work with government great. You're doing wonderful but I think what would be practical to me is Some kind of an order that says if you have a retail establishment and you can basically service your customer base as a takeout restaurant does so they don't even have to come inside you. Just carry the product out and boom there. It is that that would take us a long way to at least getting started again. And I think that's also very reasonable alternative. Because I am convinced beyond a shadow of a doubt when they started to make the decisions to close down so many businesses they did not. Hasley see all the ramifications coming that they are encountering and and I think that's the nature of government in a way that by and large they are people who have never worked in business so they obviously don't see the the full reach what it is that they're doing and that's not to say that they didn't have a lot to consider. Obviously you know with Corona virus and everything else is just that like so many of us you make decisions and there are a ripple effects that you could not contemplate. That's all in terms of the state of the world right now. Have you been inspired by by? What's going on to write stories? Obviously you know when nine eleven happened. There was very famous spiderman issue. That came out. I think it was J. Michael Stravinsky might be butchering that. But they're released an issue shortly after. What are what is it Kinda? Like for the creators right now of being in this uncertain time is changing some of the stories you have in your head or maybe creating new ones that you're going to bring forward in the next couple of months. It probably will more as we get past part of it is. We're in the middle of it right so when nine eleven happened that was an event that happened in as of the towers and the Pentagon themselves that happened a very finite period of time and after that it became about cleanup and recovery. And how do we deal with it and and that sort of thing? This is much more an ongoing situation that we don't have a handle on yet. I if someone were to say to me right now how do you make a story out of the Corona Virus? I don't know where I would start because as as it's something that isn't done yet. I haven't formulated my own complete thoughts on it yet. I feel like I don't have perspective. So that being the case man. I just don't know where I would start for sure. There's GonNa come a day where I might but right now. I don't know what that would be when I think about it. It's like separation loneliness you know just uncertainty. There's there's this kind of panic that just kind of hangs over everything and that very much goes against kind of the Superhero Code. Right like it's It's a very different thing. It's a very unsettling kind of take on the on the world a I'm I'm curious to see what kind of happens to storytelling in general not just comic books but movies and TV shows and everything like that as as we kind of move forward hopefully not long right like I mean. That's the thing you you keep hearing eighteen months and it's like can we even get that far right with being shutdown comic book shops alone of have been struggling even before the Iris right so I'm really worried about when things start like what's still going to be there right? Yeah I I and I think you hit on the key word earlier. Which is uncertainty and you know. In a way superhero stories are all about certainty right. I mean here's the bad guy. Here's the conflict hero goes out and beat and takes care of or he doesn't she doesn't whichever and then there are lessons learned from that something like that but the very nature of stories are that they have a beginning middle of an end and an end and where we are right now and I mean we don't know are we at the beginning or are we at the middle you know. We know we're not end. So that's what we're trying to figure out have you noticed like a surge in in digital downloads or subscriptions to digital companies such as marvel or Was the comic or something like that. It does that it's actually just the opposite because what we've been doing is withholding product on the digital platforms. Because what would happen is. Let's say I'll use my own book as an example so might wing seventy I think shipped two weeks ago maybe three so anybody wants read the next issue night. Wing seventy one. We put it on the digital platform we would we know we will get X. number of downloads and sales but the problem is those are sales that would never end up being realized in print as a physical product from the stores. Who desperately need that. So what we're doing is trying to work with retailers and give him a break by not putting that stuff up on the platform yet. Which for us is. It's hard to because would be instantaneous. Solution to the problem but one that wouldn't serve us well in the long run and I just can't read digital comics as much as I try. I it's not as good as physical. It's not like movies or TV or video games where the digital versions just as good. It's it's just different I I just I just can't do it. Especially when you get a full spread like it's just drives me bonkers. Yeah it does me too and I think that.

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"dan jurgen" Discussed on The Spectacular Comic Book Podcast

The Spectacular Comic Book Podcast

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"dan jurgen" Discussed on The Spectacular Comic Book Podcast

"Long the shutdowns last you know if if stores are closed on average let's say one month Then we might be able to come back with something that approximates a reasonable schedule if it goes longer. Obviously you can't have him. I wouldn't think I while I should say I don't work in on the business side of it so I can't say for sure but a stores are closed the long time you know. I don't know they can come back with a big market dump of product so I think it's a long way of me saying I'm not sure everybody knows yet because we don't know how long this is going to last and we don't know how long it's going to take for example to perhaps fine viable alternatives and so to a certain extent. This is just uncharted territory. That we're all trying to figure out. What does this mean as it goes on because every day seems to bring something different? So it's really GONNA get down to How long is this going to last? What is the state of the industry at that time who is still left to facilitate product movement Things like that and I don't know that we have those answers yet. Yeah it's it's been really eerie for me like I've been buying comics every Wednesday since I was like eight or nine years. Old going to Schindler's Comex or Schindler's was a bookseller. Tobacco SELLER BASEBALL CARD SELLER IN MINNESOTA was one of my favorite spots to go as a child in any Wednesday that there wasn't new books kind of left like a hole in my gut right like a hole in my heart. I was like oh I got to come back tomorrow. It didn't feel right because it was clockwork for me right now. It's just like they're all gone. I'm new books to read. And so what I've been doing is reaching out to all of the Minnesota vendors all the Minnesota comic book shops to see what options they have back issues and for our listeners out there that is something you can do reach out to him either. Facebook email phone. See what what options you have available because even if the storefront is an open they might be able to sell you trades and stuff like that through the internet or you know who knows you might end up driving to someone's house or something but there's there are ways to continue getting books what I would hope at this point. Is that If you go ahead and look at the essential.

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"dan jurgen" Discussed on The Spectacular Comic Book Podcast

The Spectacular Comic Book Podcast

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"dan jurgen" Discussed on The Spectacular Comic Book Podcast

"Welcome everyone to a very special episode of the Spectacular Comic Book Podcast. We said that we would be gone until comic stores opened again. But we actually had something cool happen. We have a comma creator. Who wanted to join us to talk about? The state of things fedor line is here by the way. Hello and let's just get right to it interview with Dan Juergens and today we have a very special guest. We have writer artist Creator. Dan juergens welcome to the show. Sir Thank you. It's going to be here. Andrew now you and I have a very complicated history. You don't know this or maybe you do. But the very first article I ever wrote for Game Informer which I've been writing for for twenty. Six twenty seven years was about the death and returns death and return of Superman the video game on Super Nintendo in Genesis. Oh okay okay. Which for our listeners. Out there that is one of your biggest stories that you ever wrote drew created was the death of Superman that was event. There's people walking around town with these black wrist or black armbands that came with the comic. I was just like this is one of the biggest comic events. I've ever been a part of and it turns out that ended up being the story that launched my video game career. I took that article that magazine to a Thunderbird Comic Book Convention and you were doing signings there and put it down in front of you and you're like Oh my God. I've never seen this before. Okay Okay and I was freaking out because it was a terrible like my. My writing was terrible. The editing on it was just as bad like we had no idea what we were doing. We were just a bunch of kids. Put together a video game magazine right. Yup Flash forward twenty some odd years. I start doing a radio show with Paul Church in on K. Fan. It's a video game show on a sports network doesn't make sense but it turns out. You are friends with Paul Church yet right. Yeah so. We ended up connecting through twitter that way. And that is how you ended up on this show right. In the in the one thing we should clarify. Is that when you refer to the thunderbird so that people don't think of it as a car You're referring to the thunderbird hotel which used to be down around the mall of America in the twin cities and was holy in totally unique in. Its own way. Yeah yeah I mean so much? I guess you'd say native American history from the Minnesota Area. The most stuffed animals like actual animals stuffed. I think I've seen outside of Chicago Museum. Yeah but once you went upstairs into that that convention room it was magical for comic fans because it was wall-to-wall just fulling tables of comic books. It was amazing right in it. Was You know it certainly what we had at the time and it served twincities very well when other professionals would come in as guests to that show you know they would stay at the hotel as well and it? Kinda gained the phrase or term twin peaks lodge with a lot of people. So that's also what we thought. But there's a lot of I gotta ask you as a writer and artists like you do it all for comic books. What's your favorite part? Is it the writing is creating is at the actual art like seeing it? Come to life. I never see it as two distinct jobs. And that's people find that odd. I look at it and say I'm a storyteller. I write a story and I draw a story when I'm doing it all myself because sometimes I write stories for others. Sometimes I draw stories that others have written but when I do it myself I will change the story and make some tweaks to continue to work on the story as I draw so I don't see it as two entirely different tasks for me. It's just being creative and telling a story. If he asked me which I prefer when I'm working with others I get a certain amount of juice off working with brands colleagues and getting inside their heads a little bit to see how they work. So when I'm working with another artist often they will drop differently than I would have but then when it comes in part of the is seeing what it looks like and why it's in ans- because they think differently than I did in. It's the same thing when I draw for other writers. Were I get inside their head a little bit and I can see oh there. They were approached this differently tonight. So we all learn from people we work with sometimes good sometimes bad for me. It's all part of the storytelling process. You are a mainstay rate. Now at DC comics writing night wing. What other series do you have Kind of in the pipeline. I am writing night wing also writing Batman beyond a I had been doing some work on our exclusive giants line for wal-mart. We have a couple of things coming up later this year that have not yet been announced but should be soon so we're constantly.

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