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"david gillam" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"david gillam" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Bus routes, and according to police affected half a million people please have already made nearly three hundred arrests. Here's NPR's Frank Langfitt in London. It's mid afternoon in Oxford circus, and if into a giant political street hardy right here in the center of London in the middle of this. Crossroads is a pink sailboat that somebody wheeled in and a bunch of robbers have been performing up on the sailboat and over here. I can see a bunch of people are serving food. I just couldn't Khemisset. I just have to be here. L Spearman traveled in Harrison, south west Birmingham. She's a high school senior participated in school strikes over climbed. The change words action now are written on her forehead, the government anon- taking mysteriously we need people to acknowledge that actually we are in a state of emergency. It's only gonna get worse than I am, very sketchy. Fuchsia David Gillam Hertfordshire coordinator extinction. Rebellion the group behind the protests. We're looking for a zero carbon Britain by two thousand twenty five which means reducing emissions. Very seriously very rapidly. What sacrifices would we have to make be on us? We would probably have to eat a lot more local foods so things would have to be grown locally not broken such distance. I'm certainly people would probably have to fly less nearby. Barry, Nash leans against the stop lake watching the protest. She manages drivers delivered dust drill parts here, but sent them home because the demonstrations may traffic impossible nurse generally supports the protesters goals, but not their methods. Thanks, every guy paper to live in his Joe has got to work. Would you remain? Yes. As that great. In addition to Oxford circus demonstrators have taken control of marble arch Waterloo, bridge and parliament square extinction..

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"david gillam" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"david gillam" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Afternoon in Oxford circus, and it's turned into a giant political street party right here in the center of London in the middle of this. Crossroads is a pink sailboat that somebody wheeled in a bunch of robbers have been performing up on the sailboat and over here. I can see a bunch of people are serving food. I just couldn't couldn't miss it. I just have to be here. L Spearman travels in Harrison, south west Birmingham. She's a high school senior who participated in strikes over climate change words action now are written on her forehead the government not taking mysteriously we need people to acknowledge that. Actually, we are in a state of emergency. It's only gonna get worse. I am very Scott fuchsia David Gillam Hertfordshire coordinator extinction. Rebellion the group behind the protests. We're looking for a zero carbon Britain by two thousand twenty five which means reducing emissions. Very seriously very rapidly. What sacrifices would we have to make? We would probably have to eat a lot more local foods so things would have to be grown locally not broken such distance. I'm certainly people would probably have to fly less nearby. Mary Nash leans against the stop lake watching the protest. He manages drivers who deliver industrial parts here, but sent them home because the demonstrations may traffic impossible nurse generally supports the protesters goals, but not their methods reason why thought. Affects all of us. Everyday living..

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"david gillam" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"david gillam" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Dot com slash pay. Well, we did have a week session for Asian equities yesterday. Looking a little bit more to the upside for the final trading day of the week. Let's get all the latest in the Wall Street action with Bloomberg's Doug Christner, Doug, Juliette on the trade front. We heard from US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, he told reporters in Washington. The China's Vice Premier Li her will most likely be coming to the US later this month. The presumption is that for a continuation of does a trade discussions also during the US, the fed was very much in focus, particularly Jay Powell, the fed chairman we saw a mid day dip in equity prices. When Powell said, the fed is sticking with its process of shrinking the balance sheet tweet nor. Normal level. Whatever more normal means. He also said the fed can't afford to be patient in jesting rates. Again. It's waiting to see and weigh the risks of the global economy on the US. So at the end of the day, we had higher equity prices. The Dow is up one half of one percent dollar strengthen to although right now the greenback is giving a bit back against the majors. The yen trading. One eight forty that's essentially unchanged. The Nikkei now higher by one percent, the kospi had three tenths of one percent. And in Sydney, the ASX two hundred is better by about one tenth of one percent. Now, we did have a long term interest rates moving up ever so slightly the ten year treasury right now in the Tokyo session is at two seventy four WTI. Crude oil right now above fifty two a barrel at fifty two twenty three. I'm Doug krizner in the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio, Brian Doug, thanks very much. Well, fed chair your own Powell said that the fed is bullish on the US economy. But he can't afford to be patient on rate hikes. We know that China. Is economic growth is weakening. But Powell doesn't seem too worried. The Chinese authorities are doing repeated rounds of things to support the economy as as they can do it over and over again different things. And so I I still think the baseline most likely baseline case for China is going to be another year of solid growth. I don't see. There's there's no reason to think it'll be it'll be something worse than that. That was Jay pals speaking with David rudenstine at the economic club in Washington DC and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says Chinese Vice Premier Li will most likely come to the US later this month mission also telling reporters on Capitol Hill. He doesn't think a government shutdown would have an impact on this next round of U S, China, trade talks. Meanwhile, the biggest US business lobby is calling out President Trump's trade policy, the president and CEO of the US chamber of commerce says he doesn't like tariffs on Chinese goods because the US pays the price. And Tom Donahue says a multilateral approach would be better if a number of the important trading partners with China get together and make it very clear that we're going to use the establish mechanisms to be sure that we all live by the agreement. The Chinese will get the will understand that much more. Clearly now that we've been through this difficulty, the chamber is usually. A big GOP supporter. It's now calling on congress to adopt a spirit of bipartisanship. Well, China's control over the exports of rare earth minerals could become the next big trade issue. Details on that from Bloomberg's Yvonne man. China produces the lion's share of the world's rare earth minerals used in electric vehicle batteries, Evan's maintenance Motors, wind turbines, and solar panels, but new industry guidelines out from the ministry of industry and information technology, ask of thirties to check every batch of rare earth exports to ensure they were produced legally a two thousand fourteen WTO ruling force Beijing to remove expert quotas on rare earth metals, David Gillam, a consultant at masterminds here. In Hong Kong says a new regulations could be a less obvious form of export controls. In Hong Kong. I'm Yvonne man, Bloomberg daybreak Asia political and economic uncertainty weighing on global pacey shipments. We get more from Bloomberg's Ramy Inocencio Gardner says PC shipments slid four point three percent during the holiday quarter. From a year ago and uncertainty. Among vulnerable buyer groups, like small businesses contributed to a one point three percent decline in worldwide PC shipments for the year shortages of crucial components, like central processing units also contributed to the decline as Detroit. Tensions and rising. Component costs Lenovo delivered the most computers in the quarter. Twenty four percent before the third quarter HP lead, the pack. Ramian Asensio Bloomberg daybreak Asia six minutes now after the top of the hour. Let's get to the news desk. Tensions have been running very high in the Washington DC government shutdown and also spirits in some places, very low. Ed Baxter has news in the Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco newsroom. Okay. Brian. Thank you. Yeah. When veteran Republican Senator Lindsey Graham says I never even more depressed about moving for them right now. He says he sees no path forward. So Graham says it's time for the president to declare an emergency to open the government. The president. The border saying the wall is not medieval and has an interesting if you will spin the wheel is older than the wall, you know, that and there are some things at work. You know, what a wheel works at a wall works. Now. The president now says he's having the army corps of engineers look into whether disaster relief funds earmarked for Perth Areco in other disaster. Areas can be used to build a wall. Democrat Tim Ryan of Ohio says congress is getting very nervous. A lot of people are getting really nervous. This is really turned into a reality TV.

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"david gillam" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"david gillam" Discussed on WRVA

"A big part of disclosure and as we move forward here emory smith will probably a play a big part of it yeah well one other thing i've been with james gill i was at the ufo's thing and something showed up there a couple of things showed up there plus i've got tons of video my own self it's been happening me for a long time and so i'm getting ready to put out my video so i'll be sending you some stuff because it's very i mean it's just that they follow me wherever i move wherever i goes and it's it's no bs because i have to it's on video so and so anyway i don't understand david gillam it's just him and and and myself and there's i know there's a lot of people that are able to video but they gotta get it out there so yeah you're right walter and james killer thank you for that you go up the east eddie ranch you're gonna bet that's the disneyland of your afo sidings right there sculpted say go to disney one go up to the city and check it out because it's incredible we'll be up there in in august and i i just can't wait for that to shirley and carbondale illinois shirley you're up next on coast jimmy got to talk to you tonight i'm glad i got to talk to you shirley thank you i have an eyewitness account ufo encounter and i published a book about it last year you did yes name is a name i tell you what send into me yeah okay senate to me but yeah what's the name of the book go ahead okay it's called summertime cosmic love story summertime cosmic love story this doesn't evolve this doesn't involve lsd in the sixties in nineteen sixty nine lsd in nineteen sixty two cia just messing with you i've just messing with your shirley so always question yeah and and so i've only got about a minute here before i have to head towards a break so tell me how did the contact happen well i was picked up on the streets they showed up.

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