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"danielle russell" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"danielle russell" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Must bring food to the lane area itself. You don't go to a bar. You don't go to a food concession they come to you. Capacity will be capped at 50% Cuomo says. By next week, gyms and fitness centers will know what to expect. While August 24th museums and aquariums can open in New York City. James Flippen W. O R NEWS. New York City is still trying to avoid big layoffs because of a Corona virus created financial hole. Mayor De Blasio says 22,000 people being let go is a real possibility when the calendar hits October 1st. It's a massive, painful number. It resembles the kind of things we have to do decades of, though, but the job here is to try and avert it if we can. The mayor's not counting on any krone virus stimulus money from Congress at this point So far, the mayor's struck out trying to get approval from Albany to borrow, he says. We'll keep trying. Then make another effort through labor unions for other savings before the layoffs Kickin I'm Scott Pringle Wurtz president. Trump will be in New York City today to visit his brother Robert, who's been hospitalized. Sources have described 72 year old Robert Trump has quote very ill, though the nature of his illness has not been revealed, but he reportedly spent time earlier this summer in a hospital. Neuro intensive care unit. Governor Murphy today says the vast majority of ballots cast in the November election will be sent through the mail. Murphy telling CNN that mail in voting already worked in the New Jersey primary. And so he's confident heading into November. We mail balance to folks who are registered in either party. We mailed applications to those who weren't and we also provided in person. Voting capacity, at least 50% in each county and at least one location in each municipality. Uh, it was a success. R. Kelly's manager, has been charged with threatening and New York City Theater. When Danielle Russell learned the Manhattan Theatre was planning to show the Docuseries about R. Kelly's alleged sexual abuse of women and girls. In December 2018 the FBI said he placed a threatening phone call to the theater in an effort to stop it. Russell allegedly said someone with a gun would shoot up the theatre, shutting down one airing of surviving R. Kelly, But the FBI study was unable to silence the women featured in the film. Their accounts form the basis of criminal charges are Kelly now faces. He's pleaded not guilty. Russell has been charged separately with harassing an alleged victim. Aaron Carter. SKI ABC NEWS New YORK, California Appeals court says Amazon can be sued for defective products sold on its marketplace. Angela Boulder bought a laptop battery from Amazon's marketplace had caught fire and gave the woman third degree Burns News is brought to you by national real dealer and the insider method of obtaining 18 to 21% targeted returns on prime building locations. We have 85 degrees right now. Next up, we'll check out the forecast. In the United States, Surgeon General Jerome Atoms, America's doctor and all across our nation. We've taken steps together to slow the spread of Corona virus. Now we must continue to take personal responsibility to protect ourselves and our loved ones because even though not all of us risked a severe case of Corona virus, we all risk getting it and spreading it to others. Maybe without even realizing that we're sick. So if we want to get back to school, backto work, backto worship and backto overall health there things our country needs to do. We need to follow state and local guidelines Take extra precautions. If it higher risk wash our hands frequently stay six feet from others when we can and when we can't stay six feet from others,.

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R. Kelly's manager charged with phone threats to theater

Rush Limbaugh

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

R. Kelly's manager charged with phone threats to theater

"Kelly's manager, has been charged with threatening and New York City Theater. When Danielle Russell learned the Manhattan Theatre was planning to show the Docuseries about R. Kelly's alleged sexual abuse of women and girls. In December 2018 the FBI said he placed a threatening phone call to the theater in an effort to stop it. Russell allegedly said someone with a gun would shoot up the theatre, shutting down one airing of surviving R. Kelly, But the FBI study was unable to silence the women featured in the film. Their accounts form the basis of criminal charges are Kelly now faces. He's pleaded not guilty. Russell has been charged separately with harassing an alleged victim.

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"danielle russell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"danielle russell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From NPR News. I'm Barbara Klein. A new NPR Marist PBS NewsHour poll finds presumptive Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is up eight points over President Trump's since the pole was last conducted. NPR's Domenico Montanaro says it find shifts among important voting groups. Trump still retain support from his base voting groups, but He's seeing his lead dissipate with importantly, white voters for context Trump one white voters in 2016 by 20 points, and in this poll, Trump and Biden are tied. The poll also shows Biden gaining ground with independent voters. An American journalist went missing in Syria eight years ago today, NPR's Michelle Kelemen reports, the State Department now says earlier this year, President Trump tried to reach out directly to Syrian President Bashar al Assad over the case. It's been eight years since freelance journalists Austin Tice disappeared in Syria as the State Department marked this grim anniversary. It announced that President Trump proposed a direct dialogue with Bashar al Assad in March. The US government has tried repeatedly to engage Syrian officials about this case. The statement also says that with the exception of a video released soon after Thais was taken at a checkpoint in 2012 he has not been heard from again. Thais was in the Marine Corps and served in Iraq before becoming a freelance journalists. He filed reports from Syria for McClatchy News and others. Michelle Kelemen. NPR NEWS Washington The U. S says it seized four tankers carrying more than a 1,000,000 barrels of Iranian fuel to Venezuela. The Justice Department calls it the largest ever seizure of fuel shipments from Iran. Workers in Belarus have walked off the job today to protest violence against demonstrators who've been taking to the streets charging massive vote rigging in Sunday's presidential election. NPR's Lucien Kim. Reports detained protesters have started being released from prisons and are now describing an indiscriminate beatings while in custody. Svetlana taken Oska, the main opposition candidate, was forced to leave Belarus after five term President Alexander Lukashenko declared victory. Even though her husband is still in a Belarussian jail. Moscow posted a short video addressed from her exile in neighboring Lithuania way We need to stop the violence on the streets of Bella Russian cities, she said. Aunt called for peaceful protest this weekend. Meanwhile, Lukashenko started a government meeting by saying he was still alive and hadn't fled the country. Belarussian opposition is appealing to the European Union and the United States not to recognize Lukashenko's reelection and negotiate a peaceful transition of power. Lucien Kim. NPR NEWS Moscow On Wall Street. The Dow is up 39 points. This is NPR, and this is WN my sea in New York. Good afternoon. I'm Sean Carlson people without homes or finding it even harder these days to tend to a basic human necessity using the bathroom. Copen 19 pandemic has forced many New York city restaurants and shops to close off their indoor operations, leaving fewer options for the thousands of homeless people living on the streets remain blouse. A reporter from the new site, the city, he says, some people are being placed in unpleasant situations. You know, I talked to people whose told me Look, I was in line at Penn Station. I want to use a bathroom Have for whatever reason was they told me I couldn't go in. And you know, I had to just find a place like here on the street, or like on myself. Help the homeless. That blast administration placed portable toilets and 12 locations around the city earlier this year, but they were being removed after being vandalized. Federal prosecutors have charged R. Kelly's manager with making a threatening phone call to a Manhattan theatre. Officials say 45 year old Danielle Russell threatened gunfire in order to shut down the screening of a documentary about the singer's alleged abuse of women and girls. Russell is charged with one count of conspiracy to threaten physical harm by interstate communication. They say he placed the call from Chicago. The private screening at Neue House, Madison Square near flat iron was evacuated after a gun threat was called in. Russell faces a maximum of five years in prison if convicted. For today in our area is going to continue to.

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"danielle russell" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"danielle russell" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Angela Ye shall remain together. We are the breakfast club. Let's get to the room. Is this talk Beyonc? Thiss report with Angela, Listen, Yes. So this was really cute and sweet. Beyonce called up one of her fans now. If you saw this on social media, Beyonce's mother, Tina loss and posted it. Apparently somebody posted guys my nieces. Reaction to black is king like this is how Beyonc is making our black generation feel and here was the video, CNN, Lawson said. This has me in tears. It makes all of this dress and worry all the haters and negativity that was put out there to try to destruct. Tear down and deter from her intentions. But this video makes it all worthwhile. This is the message that Beyonce works so hard to convey. I prayed hard. The message would get through and that little black girls everywhere could see that beauty that is in our black people in our culture and our ancestors. She is beautiful. And so is this then. Apparently Beyonc even called. And spoke to her niece is so that's really though. Yeah, I saw that and I thought it was dope. Onda also was laughing at the I guess it was the honor or somebody said Oh, Beyonc, just called. Nd a cz Ariel, But then she went on to say exactly what Beyonc told me. It's like, Oh, that's exciting, You know, you know he had to say it, but you can't. You can't say no, I don't understand. If you say in the end, really. And you should keep that to yourself. People excited a lot more to it than what's negative or nothing like that. So you know it was. It was pretty ambiguous. You didn't say she didn't record it and post the recording or anything like that. Now. R. Kelly reportedly got $1.2 million last year, even though he said he didn't have any money. And he opened a bake account in someone else's name allegedly so, they said the bank account was created after he was charged with sex crimes. And they said he opened the bank account in the name of a nominee someone else's name and he can be heard on recorded jail cause directing people to contact the person to receive payments in directly from him. In addition to that three people were arrested for allegedly bribing and threatening victims in his case. He's not the brightest, eh? These effort at this point, bro. He's getting royalties. Royalties Come to your name and your production company. Then you open it up in another account, and you know every call. When you're in jail, they record your calls. You given direction through and given directions. Now Danielle Russell was an alleged manager and advisors are Kelly's reportedly threatened to reveal sexually explicit photos of one victim to the public if she didn't end her lawsuit, Michael Williams is accused of setting fire to an SUV in June that was parked outside of Florida home. Where an alleged R Kelly victim has been staying. If you remember as we are, Clary, who is his ex girlfriend posted a photo on social media, saying that her vehicle was set on fire. So this stuff is true. If this stuff is true, or Kelly must have some money, because I'm sure the people are doing these acts of crime for free. I mean, yeah, that would be even crazier. But come on now threatening people like you think they're not going to go to the cops and tell us all right now Lauryn Hill and Rohan Marley's artist Salem Marley. She had posted a video. It was a two hour instagram video, and it seemed like she was really just working through issues that she has As a 21 year old that she realizes come from past trauma from her own childhood. Now, here's what she had to say. In part of that video. Me and Michael got into a fight. And when we fight, it could get very volatile and I.

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"danielle russell" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"danielle russell" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Researchers say What we've been told about how far to stay away from people during the pandemic may not be accurate. Six feet has been a convention of social distancing in the midst of Corona virus. But the study shows now six feet might not be far enough, Researchers at the University of Florida in Gainesville say. They were able to detect active virus in the air as faras 16 feet away from Cove in 19 patients. The scientists say they need more information and still need to have other scientists review their work. But the initial findings would suggest more distance could be needed when being social In Broward County, Florida Evan Brown Fox News federal charges filed against three men, prosecutors say threatened and intimidated women who accuse aren't basing our R. Kelly of abuse. Michael Williams Richer our line and Danielle Russell face a variety of charges. Kelly is denied ever of using anyone. The billionaire media mogul has died. Sumner Redstone has died. He was 97. He started with a family own drive in movie theater company National Amusements and turned it into a media empire that included CBS, Viacom, Showtime, MTV, Nickelodeon Comedy Central Paramount Pictures Radio, the Blockbuster movie rental chain and Simon and Schuster. He was one of America's richest men. Forbes estimated his personal fortune at more than six billion. In dollars. He's credited with popularizing multiplex cinemas. And with the phrase content is King GeneCo's LDA. Fox knew hundreds of thousands of people in Iowa and Illinois are still without power. Two days after a windstorm tour through the Midwest Storm, known as a derecho killed two people is it ripped across eastern Nebraska across Iowa and part of Wisconsin, Indiana and Illinois. I'm Lisa. Let Sarah this is Fox News. Active. Staying connected continues with 1061 FM Talk. The mayor of Washington, North Carolina, has died from complications related to covet 19. The death of Mayor Mac Hodges was confirmed today on Facebook and a post written by his daughter. Hajis reportedly had been battling the disease and the hospital. Concerns over the possible spread of the Corona virus has prompted the North Carolina High School Athletic Association to postpone fall competitions, including football until the Spring of 2021 cross country and volleyball will be the only exceptions. Figures released by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services are showing a consistent downward trajectory. In recent days, there were 1166 new lamp confirmed cases today, and Governor Roy Cooper announced a care Zack School Funding initiative today totaling over $95 million. My original green. Next news in 30 minutes. Follow us on social media go to one of 61 FM talk dot com to.

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"danielle russell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"danielle russell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Researchers say What we've been told about how far to stay away from people during the pandemic may not be accurate. Six feet has been a convention of social distancing in the midst of Corona virus. But the study shows now six feet might not be far enough, Researchers at the University of Florida in Gainesville say. They were able to detect active virus in the air as faras 16 feet away from covert 19 patients. The scientists say they need more information and still need to have other scientists review their work. But the initial findings would suggest more distance could be needed when being social In Broward County, Florida Evan Brown Fox News federal charges filed against three men, prosecutors say threatened and intimidated women who accuse aren't basing our R. Kelly of abuse. Michael Williams, Richard our line and Danielle Russell face a variety of charges. Kelly has denied ever abusing anyone. A billionaire media mogul has died. Sumner Redstone has died. He was 97. He started with a family own drive in movie theater company National Amusements and turned it into a media empire. Included CBS, Viacom, Showtime, MTV, Nickelodeon comedy Central Paramount Pictures Radio, the Blockbuster movie rental chain and Simon and Schuster. He was one of America's richest men. Forbes estimated his personal fortune at more than $6 billion. He's credited with popularizing multiplex cinemas and with the phrase content is King. Ginny Casella. Fox knew hundreds of thousands of people in Iowa and Illinois are still without power. Two days after a windstorm tour through the Midwest Storm, known as a derecho killed two people is it ripped across eastern Nebraska across.

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"danielle russell" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"danielle russell" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Weeks on The New York Times best seller list. Already a number one Amazon bestseller blitz predicted the big protests against Trump Now, blitz says Trump has a secret plan, Mike Huckabee says. If everyone read Blitz, Trump would win in a landslide. Get blitz at bookstores or see the free offer and save $28. Just go online to blitz 411 dot com Or Call 800 Newsmax. That's 800 Newsmax and get blitz today. Researchers say What we've been told about how far to stay away from people during the pandemic may not be accurate. Six feet has been a convention of social distancing in the midst of Corona virus. But the study shows now six feet might not be far enough, Researchers at the University of Florida in Gainesville say. They were able to detect active virus in the air as faras 16 feet away from Cove in 19 patients. The scientists say they need more information and still need to have other scientists review their work. But the initial findings would suggest more distance could be needed when being social In Broward County, Florida Evan Brown Fox News federal charges filed against three men, prosecutors say threatened and intimidated women who accuse aren't basing our R. Kelly of abuse. Michael Williams Richer our line and Danielle Russell face a variety of charges. Kelly has denied ever abusing anyone. The billionaire media mogul has died. Sumner Redstone has died. He was 97. He started with a family own drive in movie theater company National Amusements and turned it into a media empire that included CBS, Viacom, Showtime, MTV, Nickelodeon Comedy Central Paramount Pictures Radio, the Blockbuster movie rental chain and Simon and Schuster. He was one of America's richest men. Forbes estimated his personal fortune at more than six billion. In dollars. He's credited with popularizing multiplex cinemas. And with the phrase content is King GeneCo's LDA. Fox knew hundreds of thousands of people in Iowa and Illinois are still without power. Two days after a.

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"danielle russell" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"danielle russell" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Researchers say What we've been told about how far to stay away from people during the pandemic may not be accurate. Six feet has been a convention of social distancing in the midst of Corona virus. But the study shows now six feet might not be far enough, Researchers at the University of Florida in Gainesville say. They were able to detect active virus in the air as faras 16 feet away from covert 19 patients. The scientists say they need more information and still need to have other scientists review their work. But the initial findings would suggest more distance could be needed when being social In Broward County, Florida Evan Brown Fox News federal charges filed against three men, prosecutors say threatened and intimidated women who accuse aren't basing our R. Kelly of abuse. Michael Williams Richer our line and Danielle Russell face a variety of charges. Kelly is denied ever of using anyone. The billionaire media mogul has die. Sumner Redstone has died. He was 97. He started with a family own drive in movie theater company National Amusements and turned it into a media empire that included CBS. Viacom, Showtime, MTV, Nickelodeon Comedy Central Paramount Pictures Radio. The blockbuster movie rental chain, and Simon and Schuster. He was one of America's richest men. Forbes estimated his personal fortune at more than $6 billion. He's credited with popularizing multiplex cinemas. And with the phrase content is King GeneCo's LDA. Fox knew hundreds of thousands of people in Iowa and Illinois are still without power. Two days after a.

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"danielle russell" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"danielle russell" Discussed on WDRC

"Researchers say What we've been told about how far to stay away from people during the pandemic may not be accurate. Six feet has been a convention of social distancing in the midst of Corona virus. But the study shows now six feet might not be far enough, Researchers at the University of Florida in Gainesville say. They were able to detect active virus in the air as faras 16 feet away from Cove in 19 patients. The scientists say they need more information and still need to have other scientists review their work. But the initial findings would suggest More distance could be needed when being social in Broward County, Florida, Evan Brown Fox News federal charges filed against three men, prosecutors say threatened and intimidated women who accuse aren't basing our R. Kelly of abuse like a Williams richer Our line and Danielle Russell face a variety of charges. Kelly has denied ever abusing anyone. A billionaire media mogul has died. Sumner Redstone has died. He was 97. He started with a family own drive in movie theater company National Amusements and turned it into a media empire that included CBS, Viacom, Showtime, MTV, Nickelodeon Comedy Central Paramount Pictures Radio, the Blockbuster movie rental chain and Simon and Schuster. He was one of America's richest men. Forbes estimated his personal fortune at more than six billion. In dollars. He's credited with popularizing multiplex cinemas. And with the phrase content is King Kimiko Silda. Fox knew hundreds of thousands of people in Iowa and Illinois are still without power. Two days after a windstorm.

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"danielle russell" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"danielle russell" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Told about how far to stay away from people during the pandemic may not be accurate. Six feet has been a convention of social distancing in the midst of Corona virus. But the study shows now six feet might not be far enough, Researchers at the University of Florida in Gainesville say. They were able to detect active virus in the air as faras 16 feet away from covert 19 patients. The scientists say they need more information and still need to have other sciences review their work. But the initial findings would suggest more distance could be needed when being social In Broward County, Florida, Evan Brown Fox new federal charges filed against three men, prosecutors say threatened and intimidated women who accused R and B singer R. Kelly of Abuse. Michael Williams, Richard Our Line and Danielle Russell face a variety of charges. Kelly has denied ever abusing anyone. The billionaire media mogul has died. Sumner Redstone has died. He was 97. He started with a family own drive in movie theater company National Amusements and turned it into a media empire that included CBS, Viacom, Showtime, MTV, Nickelodeon Comedy Central Paramount Pictures Radio, the Blockbuster movie rental chain and Simon and Schuster. He was one of America's richest men. Forbes estimated his personal fortune at more than six billion. Ian dollars. He's credited with popularizing multiplex cinemas and with the phrase content is King GeneCo's LDA. Fox knew hundreds of thousands of people in Iowa and Illinois are still without power. Two days after a wind storm tore through the Midwest Storm, known as it a red show kill two people as it ripped through eastern Nebraska across Iowa and parts of Wisconsin, Indiana and Illinois. I'm Lisa. Let Sarah and this is.

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"danielle russell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"danielle russell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Meanwhile the World Health Organization has issued a red public scolding it says that governments need to stop wasting the time needed to fight the coronavirus the international agencies she says that we squandered the first window of opportunity to stop the outbreak but we do have a second chance AS one hundred fifty countries around the world have fewer than one hundred reported cases that is still time to prepare right let's get the latest thing global news only and there is a value stock with the picture here yes good morning much of Spain has suffered its deadliest day gas is the number of my wrist as the polls these reported so far in China fatalities rose seven hundred and thirty eight ten when tape three thousand four hundred Spain's health ministers said these numbers are likely to increase over the next few days he'll say no the country has a quiet healthcare equipment from China for four hundred and thirty million euros now here in the U. K. three point five million home testing kits that show whether someone has been exposed to the corona virus are expected to be available within days that's according to Sharon peacock director of the UK's national infection service he says scientists from Oxford university first need to finish evaluating them for public use the government's chief medical officer Chris was he says a test for that is important but it has to be done right the one thing is worse than no test is about tests a Senate telling someone inaccurately although they have had it not had it could lead to dangerous mistakes being made say we do not want to go ahead with testing into a confident of the technology in India the three week long country wide lockdown is preventing much needed medical equipment from reaching hospitals and clinics this comes as the reality of the government's order aimed at containing the spread of the corona virus does not to bite strict movement cups being enforced by local governments are hampering supplies of medical devices and personal protective equipment for health care workers and the gunmen who attacked two mosques in the New Zealand city of questions last year unexpectedly pleaded guilty to all of the charges Bloomberg's Matthew Brockett has more on the worst massacre in the country's history the men Australian Brington Tarrant entered guilty pleas to fifty one charges of Merida forty charges of attempted murder and one charge of engaging in a terrorist act he had previously denied all the charges the lone gunman attacks two mouths on March fifteen last year using motor five C. V. automatic weapons he live streamed the shootings to social media in Wellington Matthew Brockett Bloomberg daybreak Europe cable needs twenty four hours a day on it and QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts symbol them one hundred and twenty countries I'm young Gerrans this is pulling back Caroline thank you so much certainly against the note is decision day for the bank of England as the policy committee meets for the first time on the anti Beatty's leadership with benchmark interest rate though already set a record low of nine point one percent and QB happening it seems there is little further room to move but these are pretty desperate times you gov poll suggests that one in twenty persons may have lost that job because of the outbreak already doing this now is Danniella Russo his head of U. K. right stretches HSBC very good morning thank you for joining us on the other what are you expecting if anything from the bank of England today five very good morning to you and as you say and we will be seen at the emergency moves from the bank thing it's been quiet start to the new governor basically I lost weight from C. M. came long Thursday when the car breaks down to ten basis points and and two hundred billion pounds of mercury looking ahead today given the amount that they've done already I think for now they like me the laws because faith put but one of the things which is being cleared from the new bank of England governor is that they all ready to act if more is needed thank you thank you could potentially be a little bit more about the potential options that day considering as well as with any kind of get an assessment of how they think that all of that all of this might be impacting on the growth and inflation there's already substantial Q. E. more of my soul what else could they be considering well you certainly have refused to rule anything out that show and and certainly more Q. we and is one of which is is certainly on the table and given that the the government is it has been announcing a series of measures on the fiscal side and animal spending the increase in the funding requirement means that there's plenty of guilt our best for the bank of England the body if that if if the bills want to expand the QB program alongside that those I mean email sorry and I said that negative right it's not it's not a preferred option at the point but kind of never say never and and even more but I mean he also didn't rule out there breaking printing money to get the household but that will more likely be a unit of measure which is it mate along fine the government the findings of the overseas started that the QB program this week is it having the desired impact we've got another three billion pounds as split between three maturity buckets coming we are in her eyes I think you know if you look back before the late but not from the bank of England loss Thursday we had ten you can't you trading off about one percent in you and now that down well below fifty basis points well we go to hundred billion I'm reading the market on the far right not only in the findings but also in the fine is not putting into practice at that two hundred billion is more than twice as big and as we've seen them do in the fall and it's quite impressive but guilt you hadn't seen before I'm into this we even offer the Charles last announced that the job of tension in the end of last week which could potentially add quite slow in terms of the borrowing requirements but this year yeah I've done here is a sense of the mood is almost as important at the moment as anything else and just seeing the fact that at the bank of England and the chance to seem to be in lockstep on this very coordinated is that enough you think three boost confidence well I think you know with that missing a large increase in in government spending which is more specifically seen in in wartime and I think you know the UK is really leading the way I'm with the government and India and the central part of working so closely together but it's in a central banks including I need to restore confidence in in X. P. in and credit markets but also it's finally important given the scale of of spending that we're seeing for the central part B. that is to try and help keep borrowing costs low yeah I mean that's going to be the long term issue isn't it we you know we have to deal with the health crisis now but then we also storing up potentially a a an economic crisis later on absolutely and and you know but we don't see that this budget deficit this year are rising well above three percent and and that's really kind of you know going out for the day follow and and create great challenges looking further ahead I think you know obviously when when you have a big crises like state it brings out big change and I think that kind of taking a little bit of a satisfaction and looking for one thing one of the things which is quite different none more so than it's been in the U. K. is that governments and central banks apparently working a lot more closely together I'm in with a successful and and and and finances hello Barton things done you know for the moment stay with us thanks very much Danielle Russell head of U. K. racetracks HSBC when we come back we're gonna be listening to all of Schultz the German finance minister was getting down the others response to what's going on in Europe as well and.

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"danielle russell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"danielle russell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This Bloomberg business flashed a European and U. S. equity futures in the red this morning coronavirus cases and the death toll continuing to rise globally and that's weighing on investors that are now looking polished they still miss packages we get sick from governments in recent days it follows a down day in Asian trading what Japanese equities led declines the Nikkei closing down four and a half percent still trading the hang Seng is down six tenths of a percent in similarly so for Chinese equities in Shanghai now the delays we could put that day in a row the Bloomberg dollar spot index down one tenth of a percent the end meanwhile beat up six tenths of percent a hundred and ten point five against the greenback if we take a look at standing it's a bit weaker today at one eight seed bearing in mind that cable is very near multi decade lows so currently down one tenth of a percent the euro however gaining up three tenths at one nine commodity currencies already feeling the brunt of losses today always in kiwi dollars both we could all be down four tenths of a percent at the moment over in government bonds we are seeing the game today fresh haven flows really pushing yields even lower with the ten year treasury yield down six basis points eighty basis points ten year bond yield opening down as well now at negative twenty eight ten year BTP yields also sleeping six basis points now to one forty eight income already markets oil is slipping off to three days of gains WTI now below twenty four dollars a barrel sliding three percent gold also retracing currently at one thousand six hundred and one dollars a Troy ounce that's a pretty big business blasting his grandparents with more on what's going on around the world Sandra thank you China's restarting transport services and he paid the province with a grain of virus was first reported Brandon break thanks all coming back a day after the government announced the lifting of the lockdown you know but the epicenter city Wuhan which must wait two more weeks long distance buses all back on the roads taking migrant workers to their jobs north Korean officials are seeking help from international contacts to increase coronavirus testing according to the Financial Times reported by China Russia and South Korea which has been among the hardest hit North Korea claims it has new cases of the virus in January leader Kim Jong moon boot has already only selected country to a near standstill by sealing the borders to indeed stop the spread and over in the US McDonald's will temporarily take off some items from its menu in an effort to simplify its operations and with the corona virus outbreak that's according to Reuters however the report didn't say which items would be removed from menus label needs twenty four hours a day on it and a quick take on Bloomberg now it's by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts symbol the one hundred and twenty countries I'm Dan Karen's this is Bloomberg Caroline thank you so much that goes with the world news now I want to talk about stock markets this morning so it features a pointing lower today but following a couple of days of gains investors basically have begun to hunt for bargains to that end value says in a posting that best run of the century from all this which IP Baghdadi burger we get to speak to you to perhaps a surprise given that the U. S. stock six hundred has dropped a whopping thirty eight percent but will it have value stocks in particular being doing and why is it important a value stock they've actually been around for the past five days and this is based on a basket of a long short very pure value exposure our value these are stocks that trade with cheap discount are they generally have been pretty needed by the market they're very risky stocks but in this case they started the rally before the two day rally we saw from the stock market anyone who looks at these factor strategies at the beach for risk sentiment it's a really positive development because in order for the very cheap stocks to do well there needs to be some sort of economic growth there has to be something there that allows their earnings outperformed so according to seven investment management who invest in this type of strategy they think this is a positive because it means that investors are looking beyond the current short term and in the future when the stimulus from the US and other countries it's finally starting to pay off one thing though to keep in mind it could just be a dead cow back dead cat bounce we do see this during bear markets for you to get a mean reversion for a couple days and goes back the warning warning today look out for value crap but we just take the snapshot of the past five days it certainly is a welcome development for market for ten counts in Baz abound at the moment but I mean what about people's ability to pick stocks in the sort of environment well even if the idea that their value talking about it for five days and they could fall again and they were down massively before I mean it just shows you how difficult this environment is to get things right and we and unfortunately for the active managers to build equity stock pickers they haven't been able to keep up with the benchmark so bursting researchers they said that European manager think down the worst they've underperformed the benchmark three point three percent since the end of February we have a lot of exposure to dividend yielding stocks which didn't do very well US managers been politely better down one point three percent versus the benchmark but of course that still works the benchmark and a lot of these active managers had argued we need to see a downturn one will outperform the passengers asking will show our words well unfortunately again for them haven't happened in investors are voting with their feet they continue to put money into passive equity funds as they pour money from these active managers during the downturn so then why do you think it is because of the the argument is familiar isn't it why do you think it is so difficult for active managers right now to out before I mean surely must have to do with just the volatility and the the all out not because the global economy certainly I mean but in one hand I talked to a lot of active managers when there was no volatility were saying to me I can't wait until their volatility I'll make my money that's when I can find undervalued asset that will outperform but the issue at the moment is that correlation in stock is very high in other words Dr all moving the same so you can't really sort through the market when everything is moving in exactly the same direction so that's certainly one issue another asset manager but I was sort of pressing him saying okay are you gonna outperform what's happening here his argument with saying that it's on the way up active managers well actually outperform because again they're bargain hunting to find the good deals at the bottom and when we found that when those who want me to be kicking the can down the road a little bit we'll see what happens all right thanks very much of a big study book of that so he about the ways in which stocks are moving at the moment and that coming up on Bloomberg daybreak Europe decision day for the bank of England but offered virgin see rate cuts in the barrel G. 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"danielle russell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:42 min | 2 years ago

"danielle russell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And we all just a day or so from the start of the g twenty meetings in a sarcastic matt but of course we have to wait till saturday into we see g and trump really meeting one on one and that is really what the markets waiting for in the meantime though we do edge higher on european equity markets and u._s. features suggest will head higher at the start of the u._s. trading day well we see mixed reports haven't we coming through in the asian session we've seen bloomberg story that the president trump has a plan b which involves more tariffs but then there's this other narrative in asia which the chinese have denied knowing anything about which is that eight some kind of truce could be on the table certainly equity markets are heading higher have headed higher in the asian session by eight tenths of one percent on the asia pacific the first one hundred here in london up two tenths of a percent the cac karen's is fairly flat desert acts up seven tenths of one percent retail is one of the biggest gaining sectors across europe and some of that coming through from the a._t._m. numbers that's lifting the share price also lifting the czar share price and in fact a._t._m. shares up by just more than ten percent the oil prices little weaker though this morning we're down by four tenths of one percent on w._t._i. at fifty nine thirteen brinson sixty six ten the yield on the u._s. tenure tracking upwards a little bit as we see some money coming out to fixing comes so the yield on the u._s. tenure two zero five eight right now it had been around the two percent level for a couple of days hasn't it so we are seeing a little bit of movement on that the dollar is fairly flat this morning the dollar index is fairly flat but the yen is weakening and that goes hand in hand with the slightly more risk on mood that we're seeing displayed in equity markets matt all right goldman sachs has joined j._t. morgan and slashing its forecast for u._k. for u._s. treasury yield sorry banks now predict those to at least that the ten year yield will be one point seven five percent by year end and that's down a lot i mean golden was still projecting two point eight percent as recently as last sunday the firm sites dovish shift by central banks plus risks such as the trade war that that we're also focused on joining us now in the london studios danielle russell head of u._k. rate strategy h._s._b._c. does that seem one point seven five percent daniela does that seem to you to be too pessimistic well mulcahy's have rallied an awfully long way and i think for yields to be heading much love from hey you really have to paint some some pretty gloomy scenarios full the outlook for the global economy which is hopelessly you know some of the reasons which those those banks have kind of scientists vote for one they've revised down bond yields full cost but i mean if you take a kind of a look at what's what's happened is that kind of over recent months markets of revised the expectations full fed policy you've now seen the fed kind of following that and central bankers following market expectations and now you've seen a series of both kind of economists and strategists across the street revising the boneyard focus right he was still happy to have a two point one percent youthful cost for the tenure of the end of at the end of this year as i say we kind of a little bit at a crossroads he in terms of the global outlook but you do have to paint some some pretty pessimistic scenarios to sustain a kind of a move lower them to present it's difficult in this environment with president trump and president she about the twin city you know who knows which way that trade conversation goes as we head into twenty twenty in the election cycle in the united states so much is in the hands of those two gentlemen the their administrations that it's difficult to decide which way treasury yields go from here i suppose such a trump influence absolutely and i think kind of markets kind of seeing this as a trigger point and a catholics full the next move in rates the kind of combined with off to this g twenty summit the fed meeting in july and what will be the federal response and i suppose the concern is the u._c. further escalation of the trade tensions and that perhaps causes the fed to be much more aggressive and that kind of cool this this this rally in bono's to continue as those those left sided conatel risks of over recession become greater let me ask you about the the risks in the u._k. because i guess i've known in the back of my mind but i didn't see until i actually put up a one year chart of the of the guilt the u._k. ten year debt that the yield has been cut more than in half in far less than a year what what's going on there yes guilty of kind of trade very much in lockstep with both treasuries and bins and you know you look at the price action over the last year what ten have don useful that sell off and yields peaked in october two thousand eighteen and since then it's been pretty much a hundred basis point peak to trough move in in guilds so far i've said that a large portion of the rally in guilt has been very much a global move and that says to me that actually gilt yields can can go further in the coming weeks either if if no do brexit risks increase all on the other hand as well if some of the downside risks to the economy that the bank of england has started to become vocal about our realized is interesting hasn't listening to what bank has to say because whilst they've they've celsius vocals these concerns around what a no deal brexit would do their base case some will been around a smooth brexit and in crafting that they see they have until recently seen some room for upside and interest rates in the u._k. that looks what it's difficult to call once again because of the politics the politics is certainly really kind of muddying the outlook but i think even once you get past that the situation now is is very different from let's say even confident five six seven months ago when if you were to get a brexit do you would see kind of perhaps yes the bank of england tightening again i think that that's that's much more unlikely now than it was previously and the main reason for that is because the global environment has changed and is not particularly one in which kind of the you know the bank of england she really be raising rates here and also only inflation side as well inflation is going to be fooling further below the inconvenience target so there's not really any necessary kind of need for them to be raising rates here is the going to cut rates at its next meeting do you expect the start bond buying program again before the end of the year i think the first port of cool for the e._c._b. is going to be on on the right side i think in in july perhaps they kind of t the market up a little bit by altering some of the language to signal that maybe a rate cut will come in september so we're looking for right cuts of ten base points in both september and december for now i think that they will keep the q._e. program on the back burner until you know let's not forget the brutal yes you have seen kind of persistently low inflation and slower growth but until you see greater downside risks to the economy i think they'll keep their powder dry on q._e. are they going to get super creative like the japanese buying stocks give himself more leeway to buy other kinds of corporate debt what what was going to be the extension of this story diana well the suddenly a number of tools which they have the spicy rate cuts and q._e. two things that we know very very well they can also start to kind of tinker again with some of the lending programs so the t._o._t._o. row they can adjust the the cost for the banks on that side when you kind of think about what japan this done and yield curve control it's very difficult for the to do that because you know you've got nineteen yield curves to to kind of to try and control that's maybe perhaps less of an option for the okay thanks very much daniela daniela russell head of u._k. rate strategy at h._s._b._c. let's get over to leeann guarantee now for your global.

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"danielle russell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

09:13 min | 2 years ago

"danielle russell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Russia is going to be an opportunity for reform in China. Think liquidity more generally across financial markets is an issue and a concern Spanish tanks are in a much better place than they were five years ago. It wouldn't be great to have a go now trae conflict with the US or anybody else. I'm never been one of Cy westerly will be new madman. If you think you can put them very daybreak on Bloomberg radio. Give only from London. I'm Anna Edwards, Ed from the German capital of Berlin. I've after begging morning everybody check the monkeys for you every fifteen minutes. We of course, bring you up to date with the breaking news across the Bloomberg red headline across the Bloomberg telling me that euro area April manufacturing as coming to forty seven point nine that was against a preliminary number of forty seven point eight. So it is not very far at all away from the preliminary number slightly above but very marginally. And the euro is doing very much as a result. We're at one twelve twelve on the euro dollar price, and that is pretty much where we are saying in the face of that confirmation of the euro-zone growth story we were talking about that earlier we'll continue to do. So with Danielle Russell from HSBC who will be speaking shortly will talk to her about the European gray story. Let's check the markets. Then what we're seeing with four tenths of a percent week from the stock six hundred Footsie-100, perhaps the best gauge cleaner picture, maybe of where we are in terms of risk appetite because of the closures in other markets yesterday, but the Footsie-100 down three tenths of one percent. The CAC and the Dax. Actually diverging today. So the CAC is down by around half a percent. The Dax fairly flat so DC some further weakness on the French market versus the German market US futures points modestly higher up by between one and two tenths of a percent. The picture the handover from Asia was fairly clouded by market closures. But the ASX over in Australia down by six tenths of one percent, which is worth remembering the intensive other assets. Then the dollar down by one tenth of a percent. We see a little strength as it just went through on the euro one twelve is the handles s up around sense of upset for the single currency against the US dollar. We also see the pound is a little weak at one thirty seventy five. So interesting to see that we got this dollar weakness coming through a day after we heard something a little more hawkish than that being expected, or maybe we should say not as dovish as had been expected from the fed from Jay Powell, his talk about the inflation picture of the week inflation picture being transitory pants that caught some in the monkey's off guard who'd been pricing in rate cuts at the end of this year. Let's look at the oil price. We just had a. Great conversation on Bloomberg TV about oil prices. And whether we Pete for two thousand and nineteen and we're down by seven tenths of one percent once again. So again, we see a day where the markets are not focused on Venezuela and Libya outages, and what it means to see the end of waivers on Iran's oil exports, not focusing on those supply consents, instead focusing on inventory buildup in the United States, and that seems to be the dominant theme yield on the US ten year. Two point five two percent this morning. Matt. All right. Let's bring in Daniela Russell head of UK race strategy HSBC from our London studio. She was with us on television earlier joins us now to talk in yellow I about the fed Mohammad-Ali area and has a great column out on the Bloomberg saying that basically Drome Powell, and this fed need to learn to feel markets better. And they throw out terms maybe even accidentally transitory when talking about subdued of inflation, which gets the markets both on the equities end the fixed income side in a tizzy. Do you agree? I think very broadly. I mean, the the fed and its communication. They've done a relatively good job. But it's it's a very difficult environment the bluer in and unprecedented when they've kind of touched in policy both in terms of interest rates and the balance sheet and getting getting the. Understanding the extent of which that's having an impact on the economy is very very difficult. And so I think that, you know, partly they're learning goes well, and so getting the communication is is challenging, but I think kind of looking beyond the sort of the noise, and those kind of the sort of trickle words, we all saying generally shift in the feds narrative towards to wolves kind of addressing this persistent inflation under shoot that we've seen, and that's something that is taking time to come through the fed is kind of this iterative shift, and that we're seeing and we're going to hear more in the coming month. I wonder if we should be all that surprised that markets reacted in the way. They did when you know, if the fed does see the possibility of rate cuts all hikes ahead as they said and the market had positions for rate cards. Maybe maybe there was I don't know if it was intended. But maybe we shouldn't be surprised at least at the market reacted in the way. It did. Let me ask you. The the role of the fed in driving through economic expansions. Because I was really interested by one part of the conversation yesterday Powell talking about the Australian expansion and saying that Australia like extension might be possible. And just reminded as a great job on the Bloomberg BTV two thousand seven and it pulls up this fantastic. John Australian GDP and shows it in expansion for what twenty seven years and also interesting that Powell talked about his overarching goal is to sustain expansion, and how far do you think they can sustain this expansion, which is already been incredibly long in the US economy? It has it's been an exceptionally long kind of Jordan out period, and we always had the boost from from from the fiscal stimulus, which kind of seems like it's maybe perhaps going to wait a little bit in the in in the in the coming in the coming months, and maybe trade between the US and China, and it sustains things a little bit longer. And I think part of the disappointment. Yes. Today is around kind of the timing of any of any easing. And maybe it's going to be less imminent than perhaps was was previously expected, but that certainly still kind of the direction of travel, and, but because you know, you've compared with Australia Australia of seeing very strong growth. But at the same time, they look like they're going to be cutting rates perhaps later this month. So it's growth. It's not really been the problem. It's the inflation backdrop, which is persistently disappointing not just in the US, but across the globe. What is he going to do in light of the continuing uncertainty around Brexit? I think the Bank of England faces a very difficult dilemma is in a difficult place. And on the one hand you can build a strong case for them to be raising race. You look at the supply side of the economy, the state of the labor market, we're starting to see wage growth be unemployment record a record lows. There's a case out for members of the Bank of England, we reverting for hikes, and we're expecting at least one of them to do so today but set against that you've talked about the ongoing political uncertainty. That's just one headwind on the demand side, the pictures more mixed and the housing market is still weak. We don't know to what extent the strength in the first quarter has been due to to stop building. It looks like actually there was quite a portion of that. So whether that level of activity will be sustained still somewhat debatable. And of course, on the inflation side, we have seen high wages that still don't. Passing through into inflation. Yeah. Do you see that happening? We're at one point nine one point eight percent inflation headline inflation, a one point nine and core at one point eight for the UK. This is a million miles away from target is it, but it isn't actually at target given the wage increases that we have been seeing. Yeah. Core inflation has been very very sticky spite of high wage growth, and what was seeing is that firms are either unwilling or unable to pass through high wage costs, and they're absorbing that in their margins this given the margin squeeze that's been going on something at some point has got to give you can't continue to take that hit forever. And I think it's it's really whether they're able to push that through into high prices or they start to lay off staff is the difference between hiking rates and cutting rates. What when you when you look at? Rates opportunities. As far as investments are concerned around Europe. Where do you see the best opportunity? Well in in the in the UK to kickoff there. I think you know, the the Bank of England we can debate about whether they're going to push back today. But I think they will really struggle to deliver a rate rise. We certainly know expecting one either this year or next so therefore, you have a clip is to be long long duration, and we would expect any any sort of Selo full rise in yields to be to be very very limited. So the kind of the lower for longer thesis is still very much in play tell you. Thank you very much. Thanks for joining Russell, a head of UK rates strategy at HSBC joining us here in the London studio to talk about the fed. And of course to look ahead to the Bank of engines decision later, let's get the global news headlines for you for that. We go.

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