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"david wilson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Absolutely And that's one piece of the bigger puzzle here For those of you worldwide we got to give you some visual perspective here Sweeney retiring not getting retiring not keen retiring not damn it David what's the secret You know bull markets Yes Walmart That's good I mean look we talked about my chart of the day earlier That's sort of shows at all I mean investing in U.S. stocks You're going to make some outsize gains over the past 31 years Had a fair amount of money invested in them That's helped Okay Let's see here over to Michael Bloomberg The reason the truth is amazing David Wilson's retiring as the accommodative structure of this fed David Wilson had to write a thank you note to Jerome Well I now changed his mind They may start raising rates and there goes your Tina so they may be on Monday They may be getting out at the right time We don't know We got today at ADP What did we learn Well we learned that job creation is still relatively strong It's always hard to put it in perspective in this COVID time because when you have 535,000 jobs created that doesn't seem like much when a year ago you were having a million creation but it's double what the average was for the prior ten years so it is still very strong One of the themes out there is everybody's doing what Davis doing is a huge body of people because of the pandemic whatever reason are doing indeed Wilson and retiring Do you buy it Is there a new society retiring I think the theory is is that there is a lot of the have been a lot of retirements but a lot of those people may change their minds when the extra money they got from the government starts to disappear from that They'll be right back folks We've seen a trend towards retirements for the last ten 15 years because the baby boomers are hitting that age And we knew that the labor force would shrink It's just after the pandemic had shrank a lot more than people expected because of the fact that a lot of people who were close to retirement age just said might as well You know Michael I think I liked what I heard from the fed chairman yesterday If I needed a signal I got my signal Oh yeah that was a sloppy upside That's right And so now the market has weeks slash a few months to digest And we know what we're going to be essentially right Yeah and the thing that worked for the fed is obviously we had a sell off yesterday in bonds and equities but today we're coming back And so it shows the taper tantrum was very short lived The markets have adjustment and they've absorbed this news Basically because it's what they expect it would happen And so the fed has the optionality now to do it And what's great about this is we now have a more balanced measured radio studio here at our command headquarters There's no one in this room who has a chance of retiring That's 5 years true The labor force participation rate here is very high With our news never retired from New York City here's Michael Barr Thank you very much roe V wade.
"david wilson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Clayton to Billy and rice were two and a half $1 billion Earnings state street up 1% The bank's third quarter profit and revenue beat analyst average estimates in Bloomberg survey state streets the only S&P 500 company to post results before the opening bell That said we did get figures out of Albertsons 90s and P 500 but certainly looking good to investors It's up 5 and a half percent The supermarket chain and unexpected sales gain at stores open more than a year for its fiscal second quarter earnings beat estimates and the company raised its annual profit forecast Some quick analyst calls of note are the lending software maker upstart holdings down 5 and a half percent lower than the equivalent of self neutral Bank of America NetApp down three and a half percent the maker of data storage systems lower to sell from neutral Goldman Sachs Occidental Petroleum up 3% The energy producers raised to buy from the whole securities it could terror energy up 2% The oil and gas producer received a buy rating a new coverage of truest and with raised to buy from neutral at meat Soho security Yes SunTrust and BBC I remember that deal Absolutely And one more for you virgin galactic down 4% of space tourism companies law for a second day after delaying its first commercial flight until next year's fourth quarter UBS cuts rating on that stock to sell from neutral What is it David Wilson weak look like this week I mean we have a lot of things coming up Tomorrow tomorrow You've got that going on Is it a squid game of a week for you You know It really doesn't get busy doesn't hit the height of the busyness you might say during earning season So next week but this week they got some major companies in me That's a Netflix tomorrow Just look to Mark Johnson & Johnson Procter & Gamble Very good Albert travelers also went down like D and G and J&J he's a machine Yes I'll be on it So we got a lot of names sweet but next week will be the big big big game David Wilson thank you so much and earnings one of the high points here that.
"david wilson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bitcoin pulling back a little bit off of that $50,000 level. It's off slightly just above $49,000 per token. Get some more color on the premarket equity trading the Bloomberg stocks editor Devils and Dave, What are you looking at? Let's talk cybersecurity to start. Paul Paolo Alto Networks is up. 12% in early trading company came out with results late yesterday, its revenue forecast for the current fiscal quarter and year. Beat analysts. Average estimates of Bloomberg Survey and Powell Atos fourth quarter sales and earnings also surpassed projections. Then there's Crowdstrike Holdings up 5%. The cybersecurity company will enter the NASDAQ 100 Index. Before Thursday's open. Crowdstrike will replace chipmaker Maxim Integrated products, which is being bought by analog devices. Another story. We're seeing a rebound in those Chinese eight ers American depositary receipts really beaten up over the past six months. They're headed for their third straight day of gains, though you look at online retailer Alibaba Group holding it's up. 5% Ride hailing service Didi Global Up 4% streaming service Tencent music up 5.5%. When you look at JD dot com it's up 8% after having reported earnings yesterday that beat estimates. We also found out that Arc investments, Kathy would have bought some shares or some a DRS. To be more precise on Monday of the Chinese online retailer and another online seller of groceries and other items pinned well dwells up 12%. Even after posting a wider second quarter loss and more rapidly than they expected. So was some positive signs there for a group that is really taking it on the chin since February, Ford Motor up 1% the automaker double production target for the electric version of its best selling F 1 50 pickup. That's, according to Reuters. The report cited suppliers and people familiar with the plans and said Ford now wants to make more than 80,000 of the F 1 50 lightning trucks in 2024. Going back to our earnings. Medtronics up 1.5%. The medical device makers profit and revenue for the fiscal first quarter were higher than estimates. Net track said renewed demand for elective procedures which were affected last year by the coronavirus pandemic. Best buy's up. 4%, the consumer electronics and appliance retailer, raised fiscal year forecast there for second quarter earnings and sales topped projections. Advance auto parts, though, has slipped half a percent. The retailer's fiscal second quarter sales grew more slowly than analysts expected. It stores open more than a year, though earnings beat estimates. Some analysts calls him note. Victoria's secret Down 3%. The lingerie retail was lowered the equivalent Hall from buying Morgan Stanley. That firm also came out with the equivalent of a berating on Planet fitness in new coverage in the gym owner shares her up 2.5%. Also. Oh, vintage up. 2.5%. This is an energy producer that was raised the equivalent of by foothold at Cowen. I was implanted fitness last night. Oh, yeah. How is that going on the bike? Planet Fitness. Yeah, thank you. Plant fitness is actually in my neighborhood. Not that I've been that that you've talked in the door, David Wilson. Thank you so much greatly appreciate it. Bloomberg Surveillance brunch about Kona Resnick Advisory Assurance tax. The country's investment in infrastructure offers big opportunities for investors and businesses discover strategies to prepare now at Cone, Rasnick. Dot com slash Infrastructure, the real world of Bloomberg surveillance as we pay attention to breaking news. It's 600. There was an article from Jan Hudson over at the Washington Post. In about 605. I went Oh, and it was not only the news, the CIA director Was a meeting with the Taliban. Paul Sweeney. But it is the who he is. This is not a normal CIA director Justin Sink provides wisdom, Of course. Our White House reporter Justin, who is Director Burns. I think it's important to know that he's sort of the longest tenured and most experienced diplomat and the Biden White House and so you know, he obviously as a director Um, is intensely aware of the sort of, um, intelligence apparatus and the sort of nothing vaults of what is developing on the ground in Afghanistan right now. But he is also somebody who, um, I think President Biden. It's likely to turn to as they try to figure out this Real diplomatic quandary that they're facing, which is the the Taliban has said, You know, you need to be out of the country by the end of the month. That's a red line for us. But the White House and Sort of the U. S, as a whole is getting intense pressure from Europe and the Australians from allies across the world, saying We may need more time to get our people out to get our allies. But just in your hallmark is a reporter is you dig deeper? I'm saying cursory, similar headlines across all the media. Of suits and ties was certitude in London in Washington in Paris, etcetera. What is your reporting of what's actually going on in Afghanistan? As we move to August 31st what's going on in her at what's going on in Mazar el Sharif, what's going on in Kandahar and of course in Kabul? Yeah. So I think what we know is that the situation is sort of deteriorating where it was we the U. S. Has, I think been bragging about the pace of life They've done out there so that they're exceeding their own. Expectations, But in some ways they're getting through a lot of the easiest stuff, folks that already have their papers set who were able to get to the airport quickly. They've been able to process through and this last week that they're facing. There's going to be a lot of people who don't feel safe leaving their homes in Afghanistan, even though us now had troops can't go out and get them people who weren't in Kabul already. People who might not have documentation or a way to prove that they they worked with the U. S. Because it was five or 10 years ago. And so what we're hearing is Uh, that we're entering a more difficult phase of this certain Rescue operation, and that's going to be tricky and hard for the the White House. Not yet. We also know The G seven meeting happen. I think with an hour and a half And President Biden, who has really tried to sort of pin his administration on Welcoming the world back to to diplomatic relations with the US to try to crawl them is finding himself kind of as isolated as President Trump was at times. Because there is intense anger over the way that this has developed and so, uh, it's going to be interesting to see how this plays out in this meeting today because he and Is facing this pressure, but at the same time, really wants to get out of Afghanistan himself and is facing the Taliban threats that they reiterated both publicly and privately. That if the U. S isn't out by the end of month You know that's a red line. For them. There is the potential violence, which could elevate what's already been sort of disaster for the vitamin ist rationing to another sort of stratosphere. Justin what kind of leverage if any, does the United States have here Is it negotiates with the Taliban here as it relates to that August 31st date? Well, I mean, we have made sort of public threats about what would happen if that's evacuation process was interfered with in any way, and obviously the United States don't have a huge military. Capability if the president wanted to use it. So for a Taliban government that's really trying to stabilize the country. Um, which is a tall task for them..
"david wilson" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"It's very hard to talk about david and not feel kind of bad because he does look like it. But it's very. It's interesting that this the last kind of taste. We have of a live action superman until we get to chris. Now there's a it's hard to talk about just david with out really diving into its bird. It's a plane and superman and a really wasn't really. Don't want to go that route. Because i really wanted to talk more about the musical. I wanna hold that over for another episode. But i will put in the notes a link because there was a at one point in time. There was a wink to watch it on youtube. So i'll see what i can find while recording here. I was able to find a link to bob holiday in metropolis. I'll post that. I found a link on youtube to david wilson. Doing it's a bird. It's a plane. The tv special and i found an actual small theater troupe. That did this. Back in twenty nineteen So it's dealing like full over and other play could find it being performed and yeah so this is a short episode like i said but we will be diving in one day to the full. It's a bird. It's a plane in superman. And i hope you guys enjoy just knowing that sometimes there are more superman than what you think. Remember until next time if you want to help out their show in any other show on southgate media group and you really don't have the extra money to do so check this out. Good southgate media group com at the top. There's a link to amazon. Click that log into your amazon shop. Embolic normal and part of the money that you spend gums back to us to help us with our podcasts. If you're like me. And you love listening to different podcasts. About superman i have a few that i want you to check out. Some of my favorite are the last of krypton connor and rare always reviewing different books. And it's really nice and refreshing to kind of dig back into older stuff. The aspiring cronin tasman and her team or always finding interesting people to interview digging for kryptonite is one of my favorite ones listened to as anthony digs into different errors of the character. There's always the always on smallville which i've guessed it on before if you're wanting to step back into that nostalgia around so check on all these in their many many more check out our twitter because we're constantly finding new podcast inspire and bring hope to everyone around. Hello everybody s wanna let you know that southgate media group has its own patron. That's right for five dollars a month. You can get exclusive show's content and interviews with the different podcasters network. This week in geek is a page on exclusive only series. So check it out go. Www dot patriots dot com slash southgate. Meager we are always adding new content. The krypton report is part of the southgate media group network. A podcast if you have an interest checkout southgate media Pure podcast is there. I bet it is at the south gate me group website. You can sign up our newsletter. You'll get info and all the shows and you can find what you're one you'll also find links to our sponsors where you can get great products and support the podcast. Also our book pod life podcasting stories. It's a great book. check it out. It's nice to hear what people come from. And why they do what they do and remember..
"david wilson" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"Bob. And david wilson wilson did not do a whole lot of prominence but he did have an acting career. He was born february. Twenty six in nineteen forty nine in new york and he had. Let's see his last role. He has some things right now. In pre production but three for the road was tv short in twenty seventeen. He was on caller in two thousand. Fifteen see anything. We might recognize very spread out. Resume very spread out. He was on a couple of shows in the two thousand. He did okay so young writers ninety one and then to ten was his next one so while he was on. Who's the boss in eighty nine. And of course he was on murder. She wrote eighty nine because everybody who an actor on murder she wrote. There's an actor alive. He wasn't on murder. She wrote magnum. Pi was an eddie and the cruisers. that's ri- seen him it's a really undervalued weird moving and i like it. I think it's a really. I love movies about like musicians and bands and everything. So i highly recommend everyone checking that out but he was in the tv movie of. It's a bird it's a plane. It's superman now. Let's find out a little bit. His eldest surviving actor as of right. Now to be superman at seventy five nice nice..
"david wilson" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"All right. Good morning don reporters. That's right. it's a beautiful morning here in the new. That's right new hall of justice recording groom. The coffee is brewing. It's nice and hot with cinnamon. By superman man of tomorrow's sun shining small don't ohio lowland window superman and today is part of our continued series. That you're getting a bunch of mini episodes while james continues to move. We're entitled though truly truly forgotten superman now. This focuses on today's episode. Kind of focus is on mainly to superman with an additional discussion on a third. But what we're going to key in on is the man who played superman in. It's a bird it's a plane. It's superman the nineteen sixty six musical. Now i've been wanting to do an episode on this for a long time. Actually at one point was trying to get this produced that my local theater but Through theatrics feeder politics and then life itself. I kind of gave up for the time being. But maybe i'll return to it or maybe i'll just wait till solomon's old enough and in high school and we try to produce it at his local high school which has new school. Their colors ironically are blue and red. So we're already there people. We're getting there. But we're in talk about mr bob. Holiday inn david wilson. Now it's a bird. It's a plane. It's superman said was original stage production in nineteen sixty six on broadway. That had bob holiday in nineteen seventy seven or nineteen seventy five. Excuse me. there was a tv special that was produced based off of it. That was slightly altered. Starring david wilson now in two thousand thirteen the encores production group revived. Were edward. watts was superman. And in twenty. Fifteen west ended with craig berry as superman clark. Now i don't know any information about the ladder to but i always like referencing. The other two has david. Wilson was caught on film broadcast on. Abc tv. and bob deserves a special mention. So let's get into and learn as much as we can about these actors now. Bob holiday was born november twelfth. Nineteen thirty two. He died january twenty seventh. Two thousand seventeen was an american actor. Best known for playing superman and the broadway hit. And what's interesting is technically bob. That's why we're doing it in this order. What is the next live. Action superman after george reeves holiday had played superman more than any other after it happened the rolling over one hundred and forty performances as well as several live performances in character from Until his death he he resigned. The oldest surviving live action superman. He died at the age of eighty. Four preston piece bob. Now the performance for it's a bird. It's a plane. That superman pop mostly positive reviews. Holiday got positive reviews. And i'm going to see if i can find anything online of any video of the performance period from any of it in nineteen sixty seven. He reprised the role of superman. Two separate revivals these revivals to a place in the open air theatres requiring superman to fly the initial. Run one hundred twenty nine performances. Wow during today. it's a bird it's a plane it's superman. He appears to in an ad for uniroyal. Carpet made personal appearances on. I've got a secret with tonight. Show with johnny carson sticks international fashion show held at macy's new york in nineteen seventy-one bobbed on the cape yet again appearing a superman aqua velva. Tv commercial holiday always enjoyed hearing from fans of the show in two thousand and three. He's celebrity his time. Superman is the annual super. Metropolit- metropolis superman celebration. Illinois's a documentary was made of the visit entitled holiday metropolis panel discussion as well as still photos from the visit. Rv on holidays official website for in. Check that out. Now i do want to point out that as of this recording right now superman celebration is going on and if you're like what you're not there well i kinda spend all my money buying a house and moving so yeah that takes a lot out of you. We did wanna go my friend. Sam radio is there right now. He is hosting a panel at noon today for super boy. We have a lot of the cash from the super boy. Tv series are there and check out his in everything that he has going on on his social media to. Just kind of you know. Enjoy and Kind of be part of a check all the social media for metropolis and it ought to be pretty awesome. I am gonna pay the link to the bob holiday metropolis as well In the show notes with the posting so check that out now continuing our story about holiday appeared on previous on that it appeared in different broadway productions and he said before he is pretty much a forgotten superman He did not do really any film work. He mainly did the stage. So bob we thank you for your service. And i do want to check one thing real quick here while we're talking about bob. I always think it's interesting. The height of everyone who played superman. Now let's see if we can find out how tall. But i like to make weird sounds. I don't know why the filler. I guess let's find out. How tall are you. Mr holiday six foot four. I think him and chris retires taller. Superman yeah a lot of follow six one and baba six four increases at six four. So that's awesome on my cell phone six to used to be six three back injury but you know life happens so it's always nice. I've stood next to superman and that was slightly taller and also not command them. If you feel good about yourself sore next actor okay. What's check his high. Throw quick. and before we dive into david wilson. David sometimes a really gets a. I think he gets a bad rep. Now dave wilson six two and a half. So all right buddy. Good job for you. You're not the shortest person in the world. Which is awesome. Because if you know it's very hard to find information. Honestly about.
"david wilson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bostic in for John Farrell remain. I'm going to assume that Mr Marlowe's doesn't own Athlon Medical Athlon Medical employees, eight employees. Well right now it's up about 256% here. In the pre market. This is a small caps out there. That's just it. This is a small cap stock less than $100 million in market value. As of yesterday's close, it's going to be a lot higher. If it opens here. Who knows? Tom? This actually got touted on Reddit here. There seems to be a lot of talk about some Medical packaging to pronounce it, But who knows? Finance writing it up here? Chemo purifier purifier That sounds like Yeah, all of that. Did you see what what Jeff Gundlach said yesterday about memes. Stocks, he said, is playing with fire. Don't even get involved on the shorts and the long don't even get involved, probably said he probably has 7000 shares. Babylon. He bought it from Pharaoh. Right now we're going to his equities and the new bonds Ira jersey to join us in a moment, but very quickly here on fundamentals and not memes. We are mean for you with David Wilson. What do you got? What I'm talking about today. It's what's going on within the S and P 500 component stocks And it's something that JC O Hara, who's the chief market technician over at the M Cam Partners, point out, and his latest note, looking at something called the Accumulative Advance Decline line for the S P 500 So cute. It's down, right? I mean what we're talking about day to day. How many stocks up in the S and P. 500? How many down and there's sort of a running total of that. So we saw that particular indicator, which we can pile here at Bloomberg set a record on Friday, even as the S and P 500 kind of struggled to fall soon. We saw it again yesterday with the index near a record toward the close of trading, but not able to get above it is that Breath in the market. Is that what breath really means? That is that is one indicator of breath. And it's perhaps a more traditional one. You can talk about other gauges. Equal weighted index is kind of gets into the same place, you know, Take the S and P 500 move market value out of the equation. Count every stock the same, and by the way, the Equal weight s and P 500 also got to a record on Friday. So you know it's about the broad based strength in the market, which oh, Howard describes as a technical pillar. Got 30 seconds because we got to go to the bonds with the yield of 1 49 and the 10 year. David Wilson. Don't you love the very line geometric. I mean, it's just the coolest index. It's like log rhythms, folks within the series. Well, I mean, that's it. Another example of broad market since Value line covers about 1700 companies and are all included in that in that I just did this so you golf could see the genius city of David Wilson. Mean, you know, there's 1700 stocks on the Value line Index. I did not know that. Are any of them. Um, M stuck. I wouldn't be surprised if you'd find game stopper AMC or some of the others in there in the nine o'clock hour. David Wilson joining us with the SPAC report right now, Kyra Jersey joins us our chief U. S interest rate strategist. IRA sophisticated question. Why are yields going lower? The economy is not as good as people think. And and the bond market is leaning very short. So I think that you just have a little bit of short covering here and we're approaching 1 50 is not a particularly important level on technically. 1 47 is and we're only you know a heartbeat away from there at this point. So what's causing the short squeeze at this point, Kyra, given the fact that we're probably going to get CPI numbers tomorrow that show inflation certainly picking up in the short term in the U. S. Yes, I think it's though that that that the market is coming around to the idea that inflation is going to be Transitory. One of the big moves here is you've seen 10 year inflation break. Even so, the the market's expectations for what inflation is an average over the next 10 years come down about 10 basis points. In the last in the last two weeks and and I think that that's endemic of the idea that we don't have the labor market quite as strong as people had hoped. We still have retail sales that are spotty. Overall and even if prices in some sectors are going up, there's still a lot of large sectors that have are going to see prices actually start to stabilize over the next three or four months. So a few weeks ago when everyone thought that the data was actually good and will continue to be good IRA. We had actually seen a little bit of shortening in duration and a lot of folks portfolios at least. Folks that we talked to here on the network here. Does that duration shorten further Or does it go in the opposite direction? Yeah, well, I think I think everyone was kind of leaning short. So you had people in curb steep nerves. You had people. No outright short duration. So you know, in the shorter end of the curve and and selling longer term stuff, so a lot of that is starting to unwind. You look at futures positioning, and you see a lot of long duration positions by speculators or starting to be cut, You know, pretty significantly over the over the last couple of weeks and and I think that that kind of activity is just showing that No, This is not going to be a one way street. It's not, you know, yields go from 1% up to 2.5% all at once. I think eventually they will, but you're going to see these long periods of consolidation until there's Clear and convincing evidence that the that the economy is going to be on strong footing in that the Fed is going to do something like paper. I think the issue you have with the data. Being as uneven as it has been, is that monetary policy is likely to be on hold even longer, And I think that that's One of the one of the factors that's driving this this short covering rally IRA. You started your comments by saying the bond market is saying that the economy isn't as good as it seemed, and that this is sort of the confirmation that we're seeing in the move today. Other people would say baloney. It's because the Federal Reserve is buying $120 billion of bonds every month and will likely continue to do so. And that is the entire reason because otherwise these yields would not make sense. Given more inflation already is. What's your response to that? Is this all the Fed and the Fed action? Well, it's no, it's not definitely not all the Fed action because if that was true, then yields would and would never have sold off in the first place. Um, because they haven't stopped buying the same amount that they have been the amount of bombs now for almost a year. So so it's not that, but it is the idea that maybe they're going to buy more for you no longer period of time that maybe Taper will be delayed..
"david wilson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Type products. David Wilson, Thank you so much greatly appreciated early season and winding her. We'll get a good summary of that from David, as we can Right now on the cold. And I would suggest north of Fargo, You go toe Winnipeg. Or maybe it's normal and it's not normal as you move self down. I 29 break off in Kansas City. On. I 35 to Texas with perspective on his cold rub. Caroline are Bloomberg meteorologist Rob How unique is this moment for the Midwest? Probably, you know, we haven't seen anything like this time in 40 years. It's just remarkable to see some of these temperatures. I mean, to put it in perspective. Dallas is normal high this time of year is 60. They got to 14 yesterday, so they were 46 degrees below normal. That's just exceptional. They're sitting it to above this morning. It's two above right now. In Amarillo, like the numbers are just incredible. How does it pull down? I mean, I know it's a polar vortex, and I get there's cold air. It's like kind of a bond movie. How does it Hold down through the latitudes. Well, what has to happen is we have to disrupt the polar vortex. And we did that back in January by building high pressure up over the Ural Mountains. So what happens is the jet stream gets diverted much further north than it normally is. It starts to push the polar four techs off the pole, and it moves around. Now through all of January, it was exceptionally cold from Western Europe across Siberia where you're in Russia. I was watching. I watched another Norman. The Northern Hemisphere is my focused on watching what goes on in Siberia because what we end up with is what? How we got cold. We got what we call cross. Polar flow. So at some point back in mid to late January, the cold air in Siberia was pushed over the pole and to Western Canada down through central candidate into the Dakotas last week, and now it's been pushed as far south as Texas this morning. So all that cold that was building up. We saw those protests. A couple of weeks ago in Siberia was 63 below zero people were outside. That air has been pushed over the pole and into the central United States. Alright, so rob our good friends down in Texas. What can you look forward to or the next several days when it's just gonna break, I guess is the right term. Well, I wish I had good news for them, but I don't. Unfortunately there's an area of low pressure developing in the four Corners region this morning. It is snowing in northeastern Arizona. It's snowing in New Mexico. That storm's going to move east. It's going to produce snow in the Dallas area tomorrow. They're probably gonna get 3 to 6 inches on top.
"david wilson" Discussed on WTOP
"David Wilson asked the inaugural poet to be the school's poet in residence. Wilson later told the Baltimore Sun he was 100% serious about the offer, and he said a year at the university would give her an even deeper and wider perspective on the issues she's addressing. The Prince George's County school system believes it might be able to begin transitioning back to in person learning in the spring, depending on what happens with covert 19. Lots of factors will be weighed, but covert considerations that could possibly trigger a prince George's transition toward in person learning include a new daily case count of 91 or lower it's now 468. And a rolling 14 day average for new daily cases lower than 10 per 100,000 residents for perspective on how soon that might happen. The number per 100,000 now is more than 51 versus the desire 10 or lower Christi King. W. T. O P. News, D. C. Is opening up more appointments for older residents to get there. First Covad Shots D C. Health says starting at 9 A.m. Tomorrow morning about 2200 new appointments will become available for residents 65 years old and older and the Those who live those rather who are health care workers. People who live in priority zip codes are the ones that can sign up. Those residents and those priorities of codes cover most of wards, 1457 and eight. You'll need to register online or by phone because demand, of course for the vaccine is high. Those appointments are expected to fill up quickly. It's 9 43 with the new president. So much.
Arlington-based TAPS to appear in Biden Inaugural Parade
"An organization in Arlington that helps families of troops who have died has taken part in the inaugural parade. This year is no exception. Although things will, of course be different. The tragedy assistance Program for survivors or taps will be a part of the virtual parade across American founder Bonnie Carroll says it's their chance to again celebrate American democracy. We welcome our new commander in chief. We stand with our military and we remember all those who have served and died for this flag take over this year's appearance will be in video form. It'll feature the family of Navy captain David Wilson, who died of a heart attack in 2014 to be part of the group. Great way really felt very honored about that. Wilson's widow, Sarah Wilson, their daughter, nine year old Kate on hearing the news is just really cool and exciting. The Wilson say that watch the parade while eating chocolates that say Biden and Harris Mike Murillo. W T O P News now also in the parade this
Arlington-based TAPS to appear in Biden Inaugural Parade
"The last 30 Years and Arlington organization that lends a helping hand to families of fallen service members around the nation has taken part in the inaugural parade. This time around is no exception. A tragedy assistance program for survivors or taps will be a part of the virtual parade across American founder Bonnie Carroll says it's their chance to again celebrate American democracy. Welcome our new commander in chief. We stand with our military and we remember all those who have served and died for this flag do take over this year's appearance will Be in video form. It'll feature the family of Navy captain David Wilson, who died of a heart attack in 2014 to be part of the inaugural parade way really felt very honored about that. Wilson's widow, Sarah Wilson, their daughter, nine year old Kate on hearing. The news is just really cool and exciting. The Wilson say that watch the parade while eating chocolates that say Biden and Harris Mike Murillo wt O Pini, also in the parade this year from the D C region. The drum line from Howard University, which is vice president elect Kamila Harris is alma mater.
"david wilson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The company's covert 19 vaccine regulators may authorize the shot for emergency use as soon as today a pair of mind but they're into shares. Have risen more than seven fold this year. You know, fucking David, This is really important. You're killing it, David. You did do pot with a market campus. 60 Some bilion. Excuse me. 50 billion Tesla's market cap is 600 billion. It's unbelievable. David David in your career. Have you ever seen that were something like DuPont is team swings compared to Tesler Go back to the late nineties. You know it. Certainly it showed up. You think about a company like Cisco Systems, which was above half a trillion dollars in market value at its peak, and okay, days, at least, was the biggest company in the world shop. What else do you have? All right, Couple of animals call back. Now I have this back for you today, but I do have rocketed Stand. 3%, the mortgage lender was cut the equivalent cell from holding Keith creating Woods Palace here Technologies are 3.5% Data analysis company was cut the equivalent cell from neutral. Charles swap a couple of other earnings disappointments sent teams down 2%. The healthy sure gave an earnings forecast for next year. It was lower than estimates. Since he's revenue outlook was also disappointing, and Darden restaurants is off 1.5%, the owner of restaurant chain Off Garden forecast fiscal third quarter Rory's maybe less than half of the average projection and I'll garden second quarter sales locations open more than a year also trailed estimates. David Wilson, take this much particularly perspective there on Tesla bloomers surveillance this morning. Much about Kona Resnick Advisory Assurance tax. Learned why..
"david wilson" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Ryan's wheeled out of the O R. Dr Debbie Arshad has good news. So everything went very well and that me now three months of grueling physical therapy begins. Ryan's muscles need to be stretched as his bones grow hard Work is the most painful thing that I've ever done through him. And this is a guy who's obviously had a lot of plastic surgery. Look at his face. David Wilson of Los Angeles has the same procedure. Last year. He was 57 and was stretched two inches. Toe 59 as my legs got longer, I needed to extend my seat back further, so I could have this adjustment room, right kind of cool. And he has encouraging words. How is Helle for Ryan? You're going to get back to normal pretty darn quick with this type of device, and I gotta warn you, you're gonna have to just a CD of your car. If that's a problem for you, You know, it's amazing. Just 24 hours after surgery. Ryan is taking his very first steps now feels he's on his way to a walking tall. Yeah. So not only is it somewhat painful you know how much we were. I was just complaining. What? Spending $15,000. Another one of these procedures cost 75 grand? Yes, and they're telling on one leg only one leg at a time. What's this playing sound effects of a bone, breaking them alone sighing sound effect. Very subtle, But Tommy's opening a yogurt, not my best fully worked. At least your professional, though, and you'll be able to find something better accidentally made it sound like something else. Tom opening up a yogurt. So we asked Jacob because you don't realize it's really Jacob is 5 3.5 in my eyes anyway. Right now he is under six foot because I said the average person Under six foot considers this or gets this done. No, no, no, It's just the six feet. For some reason. It's just It's like this magical number of it of you. If you're six feet, then everything is fine. And if you're under six feet, anybody under six feet has some kind of societal pressure that you're not quite measuring up. And they do say they do acknowledge in this particular article. This is, you know, And just like, Ah men or society body shames women. Well, this is ah, form much less problematic form of body shaming for men. That maybe they're not tall enough. This guy argues that rather than waiting for society to change and not, you know, condemn us for being smaller. Then then six feet and the average man isn't isn't anywhere near six feet. But in this particular case, he thinks that this is something that gives you self confidence. It's a bit like fixing your teeth, I suppose. If you feel better about yourself and don't mind the pain on the money, then it might be well worth it. And they go to a number of dating APS. And there are women that just sort of, you know, screen out people that aren't at least six feet tall. Eso this guy In the end, he argues, he understands what's controversial and be better if we could just accept the way we are, But that's not so. Yeah. Go ahead, read into it. By the way. Um, I found it. I found I'm not trying to one up. You trying to say Is that your professional? I'm just a guy with.
"david wilson" Discussed on Scoop B Radio | #SCOOPBRADIO | Brandon Robinson
"Went Back the war number twenty from that the next. Meeting that I'll be kinda thing. Right So very sanders, wondering run backs off seeing do that. And what number twenty and what I noticed about a game that I've tried to related, can he? Even never let like it was rare that you see one man tackling. And Iran real low to the ground and I like the low center greg. Now. So. When I was doing that. Always started a sure and I. Don't get tackled by just one person and I'm always fighting for. Extra. That's all it's about getting that extra. For keep delaying move. Can make some things happen. Tell me something. Is Barry Sanders. For running back such as yourself. And just the way you guys revere him. That way Michael Jordan was shooting guard in the NBA. Radio I'm just looking at. It was like with. Athletes Are Grace and And Bo, Jackson Michael Jordan and go there back. the players in like Kinda like. That maybe you haven't seen before. So they were kind of raising the bar like. you know, get back and forth. You check like one and. All. And since like now, I'm starting to like a lot of wearing. A LOT OF MY GRANDKIDS! Barr. Show people like you can catch their passing scooby radio with Dave. Wilson alleged David Wilson Second. All Pro two thousand twelve in his college days were Sec champion and twenty ten agency layer in Twenty Eleven I. All ACC twenty eleven. When you look at it, NFL statistics on not rushing attempts. Washing Sixty, seven, twenty, three seen. On thousand, seven, hundred and fifty five from turn yards, seven total out. Disguised. As lead into games like he's, he carcasses from the clips for rail David is you had stayed with the giants? Have you. Had you not retired at injuries? Never been a thing. How Far Be, use? Do you think of the should've could've would've if how you would have went? Had you stay always been something that you try to look at it? Look forward. Yeah mostly appreciate everything that I accomplished while I was in the NFL or not No! Looking everything is acting in your past. Life. As our motivation what I'm GonNa do that. I said You're renaissance. Guy When I look at Paul Robeson to do multiple things played. Football acted music. Minimum, the people and more you look at people who are able to be socialites and media. To people! Stand down there, both former giants. And Tiki Barber Michael Strahan. Do you see yourself in addition to music doing some of the things that they've done? And no those guys are great football career in an great. Football. And there are. Now as far as me just. Their. Shops reads to build it up for myself. And Yeah like soon trying to be social. and Jude everybody will respect. Music to me is fascinating. you music to me? Definitely feel like real. It feels like two thousand it feels like just like I think of that Ferrelli. Babies as called Kobe, she goes. You're doing stuff commercials or you're you're you're aiming to do commercials aiming? To do studio stuff and more, what ideal situation for you or a dream job for you in US where you're able to really showcase your skill talent. and. Green me and giving them to the order you know. In create, do our winning just. Great Music. Working ones making. And yeah just. Jen should continue. Food you. Send them off. From the mall to be with you. How cold! Nineteen! Being in your house made you more productive. I think for the whole country slowed everybody down and everybody a lot You know Kinda wasn't employed. What's necessary? What's necessary? And using Tom. With his good news you off the hot seat. Would you Dan but? Yeah we. Yeah, so. I appreciate she man. We've got little snippets here and there was a long form being interested dude and Pulling for you wish. Excessive, brother. MAC would see. The fucking. It drops. We're taping days. Of course, it's Monday night where recording about settlement the claps. By the time you hear this, it'll be day afternoon. It's the first episode of the week on Scooby Radio David thank you once again, my brother. Yeah may appreciate you can. My man up to. Officer. Aradio seen you bring a coffee. Bring the Dunkin tone..
"david wilson" Discussed on Scoop B Radio | #SCOOPBRADIO | Brandon Robinson
"Far as me when I was growing up, I wasn't old enough to know this. Other people came before, Kanye West. The, saying my my friend now but. It was the first person for me not. I mean grandma's engineering was like he likes. J., Linke, make the. You make the track. And then on. So. Because the same. To take. More, so not like Michael trying to be like honey. West, but. More so like we like creating NB all hands on all parts of. Some people. Don't mind during a different way. I mean I like the going all part, so anybody listeners attracting robot of like. What I. What else we kerm out. Through my life and So we're going my. Me Play. David you set some records. When you play for the giants to me when I say records. you set the giants team record for all purpose the game when you truly it three hundred twenty seven, all purpose showers. Thanks you returned four kickoffs for two hundred twenty seven yards, which included a ninety seven yard return for a touchdown, those who ran for a hundred dollars with two touchdowns on just. Cherry! First question. That twenty twelve season. What was in your wheaties? A Lotta love. Now man. Fan I. Come in the NFL draft first round. Like all is. Ready and willing, because what I've been workforce talk eight years old. Get out there. In the field and every Sunday I was trying to give it everything I had. Unfortunately like you mentioned early in my career cut short due to injury. are, out, there for a year and a half. Checking Year became you start. For New York giants. Running back. I was all pro the rookie. Archie records. And Franchise records and first NFL player to compete. Certain things. And Now. Did so under look at it as her opportunity. To actually achieve something that I said out and work for for that long period of time. Than Time We. The Kansas City chiefs. Talked to him last summer and one of the things that he told me was. How much he idolized Barry Sanders. And he wasn't even. Like he'll west I would more no Mike. He's young so like he watched a lot of youtube videos of Barry Sanders. A Lotta people in Basketball Which? Yeah, I didn't say anything. All of them looking into. Your own at the scene of like. Yeah. What about Barry? Two part question. What about Barry Special to you one to? Will there ever be anyone like Battery Yeah People that can remind you obey, but as far as being another very now. We'll never nobody else my dad. Say Very. One thing that I can say. That I really admire. Not really used to watch I lot. About a game. Where I was on the twenty awesome so I used to watch..
"david wilson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Funny the hardship here in American aviation is absolutely extraordinary to provide scope and scale of of Mr Buffett's comments one David Wilson David well Tom and may you are seeing the airline stocks really taking hits in early trading Americans down eleven and a half percent delta is down ten percent southwest down seven and a half percent in United also down ten percent now Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway sold its stakes in all four of the carriers we found out Saturday when Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting online and often talked about the airlines basically said the business is fundamentally change so your Berkshire's gone and dead stakes something like ten percent in a couple of carries at least so definite turnaround after four years of investing in the airlines he also mentioned both of them the industry ships are going to affect the aerospace companies you sing about Boeing and that's down forty eight percent early trading also General Electric the jet engine maker among other products down three percent if the airlines are de um the cruise lines are probably down to that's the way it's been lately and that's the way it is today carnivals off by eight and a half percent royal Caribbean down seven and a half percent Norwegian down nine percent we're also seeing the owners of casinos in the Chinese city of Macau falling no gaming revenue in Macau plans last month by ninety seven percent while I was even more than analysts expected she have lost Vegas sands down three and a half percent MGM resorts down four percent Wynn resorts down three and a half percent you were seeing oil stocks fall as crew drops in New York trading for the first time in four days that some mobile or by two percent chevron down one percent in all services slumber J. down two percent Occidental petroleum down six and a half percent Algeria's blocking the energy producer from selling Anadarko petroleum assets in the African country to Francisco tau that's according the Wall Street journal citing two unnamed people familiar with the matter also the deal front liberty global's classe shares up five and a half percent people familiar the matter said John Malone national cable company is near an agreement to merge the wireless business tool with its virgin media unit now O. two is owned by Spain's Telefonica which confirmed talks are indeed in progress you got Gilead sciences I have half percent the news service Nikkei report that the drugmaker fought for Japanese approval of the medicine ram does appear as a covert nineteen treatment U. S. regulators cleared that drug Friday for emergency use Tyson foods down seven and a half percent the meat processor's earnings with assistant principal second quarter were far below analysts average estimate on Bloomberg survey Texas said disruptions related the corona virus are reducing production and pushing up costs and one more for you avis budget group down seven percent rental car companies raising cash by selling four hundred million dollars of five year notes the sale follows Friday's release of first quarter results which showed a narrower loss than analysts expected mark Sykes senator Dave Wilson thank you so much we appreciate that update lots going on in the equity markets here pre market well with all this corona virus impact economic impact really just kind of rippling across the economy lots of volatility in the market place investors are looking for some safe havens you take a look at gold and that's the the classic that's up about twelve percent this year but guess what Tom bit coin is actually up twenty two percent year to date this is actually a safe haven let's talk to our good friend Arthur Levitt former chairman of the securities and exchange commission in a Bloomberg LP board member Arthur thanks so much for joining us what do you make of the performance of bit coin this year well it certainly looks like bit coin is beginning to attract real retail interest once more and with worldwide stimulus efforts showing no signs of easing traders are jumping into crypto is as a hedge against currency wars so as governments increase the quantity of paper money it takes obviously more pieces of paper money by things that have fixed quantities such as stocks and real estate above where they would settle absent an increase in the amount of money and the corollary is that they'll also inflate the price of other things like gold bitcoin and other crypto currencies full of walking to bitcoin in search of an alternative asset to store their wealth and so I know you're not expert at this moment ask the expert call do you do you do you have a methodology for fighting fair value one bit coin is there some not bench marker levy and calculus but is there a way to figure out fair value at any moment a bit coin I don't know what it is I think the traders in bitcoin probably each have their own methodology but I know of no single formular for right finding what that is are terrible to go to the news flow which is J. crew filed for bankruptcy folks I've read some of the details I don't pretend to be an expert on this earth are you seeing this is William time somebody picked up three billion nine years ago for this closing shop is a B. two B. channel in a green and they work it down to one point six billion which evaporates into equity and somebody ponies up a new four hundred million dollars to get him to start all over again is there a healthier process of working out then all the other modern stuff we're doing with our government institutions I mean is the kind of pain that we're seeing this morning with J. crew more natural and ultimately more effective than our modern institutional workouts right okay so it's an alternate it's an alternate form and it is what you're saying is a function of greed getting the most capital use with the least amount of capital and J. who is a great company when Mickey Drexler formed and developed it and today with naturals statistically Asians is this over reach down and this kind of economy today it's paying a heavy price for and taking bankruptcy too bad R. did you expect to see I mean we've had tremendous amount of fiscal stimulus probably more likely to come given all that are we gonna see more J. crew stories you know brand brand names that everybody knows really going by the wayside here I think so because many of these companies had tremendous amount of their ownership taken over by earns private equity firms in particular and the name of the game there is maximum leverage and when there's maximum leverage I think there is maximum risk yes I think we'll probably see some more of that are selected thank you so much ours because to rific perspective Arthur Levitt the former chairman the securities and exchange commission of course Bloomberg LP board members let's do this I want to come back with Paul with his knowledge on all these corporate workers but first the news.
Wall St. tumbles on gloomy economic data, bank earnings
"Funny individual stocks and starting with those bank earnings issues David Wilson David what do you have well bank of America's down four percent in early trading town the banks first quarter results show net interest income fell two percent reflecting lower rates the bank set aside four point eight billion dollars to cover loan losses and deferred payments for about a million consumers through April eighth Citigroup also down four percent net income for the first quarter trailing was average estimate in a Bloomberg survey even though revenue from bond currency and commodity trading was a high since twenty twelve cities result included seven billion dollars in loan loss provisions Goldman Sachs down three and a half percent first quarter profit of the bank fell forty six percent has the value of its investments dropped eight hundred and ninety million dollars and the artist by the way also came up short of estimates JP Morgan and Wells Fargo which had a result yesterday also down three and a
Apple (AAPL) shares jump 4.5% in early trading
"David Wilson which stocks are up today there are a whole lot of them time no question and none perhaps more prominent than apple the shares were up four and a half percent in early trading the iPhone maker his voice move back above a trillion dollars in market value now apple drop below that threshold yesterday for the first time since October and that left Microsoft is the only trillion dollar company Microsoft by the white also higher by four and a half percent
Ex-lieutenant sentenced to probation for role in State Police OT theft scandal
"Overtime abuse scandal of former state police lieutenant as just pled guilty in Boston David Wilson of Charlton admitted he submitted fake time sheets for nearly three hundred hours of overtime that he never worked raking in personally more than thirty one thousand dollars Wilson was just sentence in Suffolk Superior to two years probation and ordered to pay back nearly nineteen thousand dollars of the money prosecutors wanted him to serve one to two years in state prison
University officials push back on US travel ban
"You this week president trump is expected to announce an expansion of his controversial travel ban that prohibits nearly all people from selected countries from traveling to or immigrating to the United States the original travel ban was one of Mr trump's first initiatives upon taking office in focus primarily on Muslim majority countries it took years of court challenges before it was finally up held this latest iteration is focused on a range of countries NPR has confirmed that the seven countries expected to be added to the band are Nigeria Sudan Tanzania Eritrea Kyrgyzstan Myanmar and Belarus indeed some of the countries listed are known for having high visa overstay rates but some of these countries also sends many students to American colleges and universities particularly historically black colleges and universities are H. B. C. use we want to get more perspective on this so we've called on David Wilson he is the president of Morgan state university that's a historically black university in Baltimore Maryland president Wilson thank you so much for joining us I'm a show this is really an honor to talk with you about this so first can I just get your thoughts on the initial travel ban and the reporting that this band is being expanded to the countries that I just named how do you react react to this well when the initial travel ban was proposed we had a quite a few international students of Morgan who were very long and concerned and so my first thought was to pool I international community together to let them know of course that we have one big umbrella at Morgan and everyone fits under that umbrella and so they were very very pleased to hear that but of course you know they were very concerned about what it meant for the continued state in the United States at Morgan we held a roughly ten percent of our nearly eight thousand students SO it Morgan who are international representing sixty countries and of that ten percent about twenty percent of those students are from Nigeria and we have had very very strong ties with the entire continent of Africa for decades not only Morgan but many H. B. C. use the Washington post wrote a feature about Morgan state a couple of months ago and it cited that of foreign students as as an important part of the university's continued stability and growth and I'll just quote here from the peace the peace that foreign students especially from Saudi Arabia and Kuwait are a booming demographic H. B. C. use at Morgan seven hundred thirty eight international students were enrolled in the fall of twenty eighteen are from two hundred and eighty six in two thousand six and the reporter says that the students often pay full tuition a monetary boost for schools that often serve students from low income families relying on financial aid is that true is that many of your international students do pay full tuition that is true and this is been a conscious effort on our part to increase our brand on the international stage we have actually done that very fair well and we're bringing the world to market and a domestic students really appreciate the fact that we have all the different cultures on our campus international students feel very very welcome on the campus to fill that Morgan is a place where they belong and so when I heard the proposed ban that had Nigeria and it I understand that I had a senior administrative a team in Africa they just returned yesterday looking at how we could actually partner with a couple of existing African universities took a number two or three Morgan state to Greece there and so this was really devastating for us to hear and so I don't know who is really advising the administration on some of the policies and I don't know what the motives are but I just don't think this is really good for higher education in America in general and is definitely not good for H. B. C. use before you go I'm we've discussed the fact that many of these international students come with full funding whether it's individual whether it's through foundation support or funds within their countries they're interested in supporting their education is overseas but what benefit would you say it is to the United States to have these international students studying here it is fun of enormous importance to help the students when I campuses because first of all we send a belt with seven hundred fifty thousand or so students every year to study abroad that's a small fraction of all the students when I campuses and therefore you have no ninety five percent or so of all students in American colleges not being expose perhaps to the kind of cultures that exist around the world so when we are able to bring these international students from all walks of the world to our campuses it really in Abel's domestic students on many of whom I have never gone outside of the country to be in environments now with the understand different cultures the understand different histories of the world the engage in robust discussion and debate and everybody wins and when you cut that off I just fear of four which really will happen with regard to our students being in environments where they can go to the cafeteria and sit and at that table you know they have you know five countries represented this David Wilson he's president of Morgan state university that's in a strictly black university in Baltimore Maryland president Wilson thank you so much for talking to us today Michelle thank you for
"david wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"All winner ABC news about this wifi for your washer and dryer smart home technology is coming to the laundry room G. E. appliances David Wilson says their new line of culture fresh washing machines can communicate with your dryer washer actually will send all the information to the dryer of what was washed how old was washed how much it was washed how much were how much moisture remaining in every how fast it's going out in the dryer it will automatically be program itself the connected tech doesn't end there all these models washers and dryers we'll have a built in wifi and it works with Google works with Alexa and if you're wondering why you might need wifi in your washing machine what that does is it allows you to receive notifications so if you're not in your laundry room it'll tell you when it's done les Wilson says they're trying to cut down on noise too we actually take a microchip that has an excel around a gyroscope and it we put it on top of the tub that that chip actually can send all the direction of that tub how it's moving I'm Michelle Franzen ABC news news radio seven hundred W. L. W. sports sports reporters brought to you by serve all electric one call that's all serve all serve all electric dot com Reds update the Reds formally introducing newly signed free agent second baseman Mike was stock us last night he gets a four year sixty four million dollar deal high school football camp Porter with three touchdowns leading lasalle to down Maslen Washington thirty four to seventeen for the Ohio division two state championship as the lancers fourth title in six seasons tonight in canton at the Ohio division one.
"david wilson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"To northern tool for gifts that keep on building northern tool and equipment in order to Dhaka quality tools for serious work this is pastor David Wilson a couple Bible pressure Terry charge for the moment of truth the number of Americans who identify as Christian has fallen by thirteen million over the last ten years while those who are not affiliated with any religion grew by thirty million according to polling data from the pew research center and those claiming no religion at all is growing faster among Democrats than it is among the GOP a direct corollary to which we may point is the burgeoning population of millennials and the nation today there are seventy one million millennials compared to seventy four million baby boomers a number that is only going to appear larger as the boomers and those who preceded them continue to die off for many of us are more open minded on controversial subjects like socialism which will dramatically transform our nation from our Judeo Christian heritage to a secular culture where government is god the storm clouds of change are no longer on the horizon they are here I can already feel beginning to rain this fashion able to this ventilation a miniature Gerakan her weekday mornings at nine to noon on talk radio six eighty W. CDM grab a quick phone call Frank in long valley New Jersey welcome Sir you're up first that I hello I sent a quick I have a quick question where in the constitution or the DOJ does it say you cannot investigate your political opponent like where the political opponent clause that are missing I mean the chief law enforcement officer of US which is because the parking I state is allowed to investigate corruption I just because he finds out his or her political opponent is involved all of a sudden a political opponent well then what the number of the rubber here is what what the Democrats oppose hello she just as far as I'm concerned the last about I just played she's undermined everything this impeachments about they started as your queen or nothing good job right now I'd say you're gonna legalize drugs meddling in foreign election kind of foreign governments good job by then she just said the it's not about your claim so Russia it is not about Ukraine the what the hell is all this would buy the morning this woman talks the more she stabs and it's like reporting bags a minority in front of her just so many out there now she can't avoid stepping on one now in them and again you wanna talk about using foreign governments to investigate who was at the Hey to put out opposition research on Donald Trump a British spy who then talk to Russian spies Christopher steel and fusion GPS had a role in creating a dossier all of that constituted foreigners meddling in an election and then that document was used to get FISA warrants to spy on trump's campaign that that's what you your your question is exactly my point it's not about the fact those are just the hopes that they're using the marketing things that they're trying to make the American people that comes committed some crime with it's not about Biden they don't give a whit it's not about Ukraine it's about the fact that they hate Donald Trump and they can't they can't get rid of him and they're throwing everything up against the wall hoping that something will stick I gotta go I'm out of time we'll be back yes.
"david wilson" Discussed on KOMO
"America in the morning to explosions at a chemical plant causing concern in the small South Texas city the first blast erupted early Wednesday and then others came in in the following hours of yesterday damage was reported in homes surrounding the facility tens of thousands of people have been forced to flee the area John Lawrence has more infernal looking into our sky word six thick black clouds of smoke the blanket parts of four to eight his Texas this after Wednesday's early morning explosion at the TPC group chemical plant David Wilson was among the residents who heard the blacks were sound asleep van is tremendous boom the whole house sure tens of thousands of people have evacuated their homes according to The New York Times that includes laurel Amy and her family who packed the essentials to stay with friends in nearby Beaumont thanksgiving dinner food clothes for maybe a couple days our own alcohol officials don't know when the fires from the plant will be extinguished I just worry about what we're breeding in but they say there's no danger to the public thus far the TPC group says they don't know what caused the blasts yet everyone always know immediately how did it occur at this time that's not our focus our focus is on responding to the event we will be provided we will be creating a investigation team and we will be seeking the root causes of the event I'm John Lawrence in sports thanksgiving means football for many Americans three NFL contest to schedule today in the early game the Chicago Bears.
Boards of PSA and Fiat Chrysler agree on preliminary 50/50 merger
"That this when we got to get right to it because there's a lot to talk about in part of it is the culture of in this is to my heute Quzhou yeah and we're not it wasn't when no it was a Renault Dauphine really in in in not be down two doors down at a Renault Dauphine that we would go stare at in the driveway with our report and fiat Chrysler in Puget is David Wilson it's a big merger David it is I mean you're talking about forty eight billion dollar deals is all about fiat Chrysler getting together with the maker Peugeot France's PSA group terms of the merger call for a fifty fifty partnership split in fiat Chrysler shareholders were received a six point one billion dollar dividend as part of this deal fiat Chrysler with the most active stock and early U. S. trading up almost four
JP Morgan Chase posts record revenue above Wall Street expectations
"It is a banking moment in David like I I I think I want to editorialize and say I've never seen before it is about four just diamond isn't it it sure is I mean you look at the today's results you see for the biggest banks out with third quarter figures and JP Morgan is the only one who shares rose in response to their reports shares are up to percent in early trading bond trading revenue at JP Morgan jumped twenty five percent and investment banking fees rose unexpectedly put that all together and JP Morgan's revenue beat analysts' average estimate in a Bloomberg survey by the most in more than four years earnings also surpassed projections contrast that with city group down three quarters of a percent third quarter earnings did beat the average estimate but by the narrowest margin in six quarters and revenue came up short even with a two hundred fifty million dollar gain from selling an asset management unit in Mexico wells Fargo's down more than one percent no revenue at the bank topped estimates for the second straight quarter trouble is earnings miss projections for the seventh time in eight quarters and then there's Goldman Sachs down two percent last quarter's profits trail estimates for the first time in two and a half years the results included a two hundred sixty seven million dollar markdown on holdings and ride hailing service over technologies another company did you see the the check the Goldman Sachs right off the unicorn right of Jennifer ahead that two hundred some million dollar yeah exactly right down the they should listen to David Wilson well I can tell you Goldman's investment banking revenue fell fifteen percent which didn't help matters either you look elsewhere and finance though when you see some gains blacks rocks UP two percent the money managers profit and revenue for the third quarter beat estimates and Charles Schwab's up two and a half percent the discount brokers earnings and revenue last quarter topped
Danaher, General Electric And CEO discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance
"Where do you start merger Monday? Oh, you have to start with General Electric. I mean, the shares are up fourteen percent in early trading GE agreed to sell its bio pharma business Danaher for twenty one point four billion dollars the unit makes instruments and other proxies in drug research. Of course, GE CEO, Larry cope was the CEO of Danaher. So. Definitely. This length. Hey, Danaher shares are up eight and a half percent. So call it what you will look like a win win. So that's the tell tale the market saying boy, you got a buyer who stock is up eight percent on all-stock. The query is how much is GE up. David Wilson ten fourteen fourteen percent and the acquirer is up eight and a half. That's a twenty two percent. Pop on blue chip stocks come on Sweeney's that shows you can count on to something. I mean, you just you rarely rarely see that. I don't care about the synergies are Danaher has focused on this kind of business over the last few years, but they used to be a conglomerate now,
Bitcoin extends slide and loses 30 percent in a week
"And what's happened is that, you know, people just aren't buying the machines to mind, bitcoin and other. Me. What does mine come on? You've done this for decades. What does accumulate Cumulus mine? All these calculations in order to generate bitcoin, and you need high powered machines to do it and video has the kind of chips running those machines. And by the way, we should point out that stock is down another one and a half percent in today's race. And I just give you the news from Switzerland at the exchange. There has given a green light to the world's first exchange traded product tracking multiple crypto currencies the Amazon crypto E T P will begin trading next week. So they'll be another outlet for your money. If you look. What a fork is this weekend. It's like a roster different than a spoon. It's like a Robert frost opponents a wrote you take the fork in the road takes up when you get there. When you get to the fork in the road, take moving David Wilson. Thank you so much bitcoin. I mean, come on five thousand eighty one is the intraday lie. Let let's talk about something just, you know, Staples like the US government. Let's bring in our expert when it comes to all things related to the federal budget. Jack Fitzpatrick is our Bloomberg government budget reporter Jack Fitzpatrick, the president met with Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell as well. As Richard Shelby. Republican from Alabama Senator Shelby the appropriations chairman he met with them over the weekend. Are we going to get a budget shutdown is that gonna happen there?
Kroger misses same-store sales estimates, shares fall
"Well. David Wilson on the equity markets futures up ten Dow futures take it out the twenty six thousand one three seven you don't care you're in the deli at Kroger's, right? Well, maybe maybe by himself. It may not be a whole lot of company. We got the latest results from the supermarket chain and sales child analysts average estimate of Bloomberg survey for the first time in two years. You also saw Kroger's gross profit margin. Go down one point three percent of sales. That's the lowest in almost four years. But it all together in the shares down about seven and a half percent is is WalMart is it is it is there. Why can't be Amazon come on? Well, I mean, they are growing online. Kroger is no question something like a fifty percent increase in their latest quarter. It's the fiscal second quarter if memory serves, but it's just there is a lot of society relaxed percents.
Turkey's Markets Plunge Into the Unknown After U.S. Sanctions
"It filed for bankruptcy protection from its creditors and Turkish markets plunging today deeper into the. Wild on president at. Sanctions imposed by the United States, its NATO ally of added to, the cross currents buffeting investors they of already, been despairing policymakers failure to contain inflation, and stem the slide in the lira under. Pressure from president one to bolster growth recapping. US equities, higher across the board with the s&p up. Fourteen of five tenths of one percent I'm Charlie Pellett and that is. A Bloomberg business flash Thank you very much Charlie Pellett art it's, time to bring in, Joe Weisenthal our markets editor for Bloomberg news, also co host of what you miss yes. Every weekday every trading, day three. Thirty PM Wall Street time, only on Bloomberg television and you can follow Joe on Twitter at the stalwart also joining us in studios Dave Wilson Bloomberg stocks editor and you can follow Dave on Twitter at the one Dave all, right Joe Weisenthal post Federal Reserve meeting no change in interest. Rates for the United States but a change of interest rates for. The United Kingdom from the Bank of England is, that relevant to what, you're, looking at today I mean the thing is about the Bank of England is that it really. Only affects the, UK when we talk about central banks Having an influence on global market is usually the via we and the b.. O. j. and the fed, but I still think it's interesting that the. Bank of England hiked not. Because it's gonna, have any ripple effects outside of outside. Of the market there but because for. Whatever reason central bankers seemed to really like hiking rates and the proof. Of, that is that it's hard to imagine that the UK's risk of overheating the economy decelerating they're facing a potentially big shock and they still went ahead with it anyway. But why, did they do it they do it because they were concerned about inflationary, pressures. Because of, the devaluation of the pound maybe it's very compelling there's like a little bit of, inflation but it's already trending down there was some point there was some talk before. That they needed to hike because they didn't hike? Some other, time they were expected to hike and now they need to show some credibility I don't really get that so you know I think central banker. Just like to hike they can? Okay we can pass on that I guess all right I really believe I've every let's bring. The one Dave in. Here David Wilson stocks editor for Bloomberg, news has the hike had. Any impact on the. Stock markets here in the states you wanna talk about what's going on in stocks look at. Across the pie you're looking, at apple and tesla right mean apple becoming. The first US could apple. And tesla again Yesterday was Day NASDAQ is up one and a. Quarter percent the NASDAQ is up more than ninety six, points? Today right and apple is read the forefront. Of that this is the first US company to cross a trillion dollars in. Market value and when you look at the way that the stock has, moved up it doesn't look like it's going to be a one, day wonder which is what. You saw November two thousand seven when petrochina's started trading in Shanghai and got above the trillion dollars four day while apple is the largest stock in, the? NASDAQ right, I mean it accounts for something like eight and a half percent of the total. NASDAQ waiting so when apple moves the NASDAQ's gonna, move well. That's true a bear. In mind you go back and look at how this stock. Has done it is been, up all but two years since two thousand three I mean it's not something. That just sort of happened all at once and you can argue whether, the reaction to the earnings that came out earlier this week me, justifies the latest move in. That said there were definitely some pluses in the numbers and we know that apple has a history of introducing models in September which is the last, month? Of their, fiscal year so that's something to look forward to and when you put it all. Together this history making day not only for apple, but also. For the US market. And you mentioned tesla certainly the story there is very different. This is a company that's, never made money a company that day Oh no it's not. I mean even Amazon, was in that situation once upon a. Time but taste certainly make a whole lot of money these days Years, later I mean you know you had to wait for it right yeah the point is though they've never made a profit they'd been using up cash, and you know this story is they didn't use up as. Much cast last quarter is analysts were looking for only seven hundred and forty million dollars and that. Was enough to send Tesla's shares on a roll so that's sort of where that company is. And musk is starting to sound more like a CEO not like he did three months ago when he was berating analysts on his quarterly conference call so you got. Tesla up fourteen and a half percent at the moment it it, does kind of show, you that, it, doesn't, take much. Sometimes to, get investors excited and when you get sort of a, few points to focus on you see the results Joe is Is apple. The best stock ever and his tesla are we being old fashioned in saying that test is. Gonna make money no I don't think we're being I mean I don't know what the best ever is I think there probably are stocks that have had better returns. In shorter periods of time Netflix comes to mind if we're just, thinking about the century, so far You know Apple's one trillion is a really high number Breathtaking story as for tesla look I think what got investors excited yesterday was partly the indication and the promise of positive, cash flow going forward and prophets that big said a they've had predictions in the past about this stuff that I think disappointed. Investors in the end and be they gotta, hit it and so I think that sort. Of shows you know. There is a limit to it quick question for you Joe Weisenthal you're going to. Buy any new apple, product that comes out in September you're on your phone you probably will because. I, think I'll be up for. A, new phone, at yeah you got an apple now yeah Yeah. Yeah No I have like the seven. Or, whatever no, Dave Wilson. Just curious I also had. The seven I was thinking about buying one, last year. Skipped it I'll think a whole lot hard harder about buying one this year Bob every I'm not even going. As, pigeons yeah I figured you it's tried. And true. My, friend, yeah But. It's Feed bill Rooftops still cheaper than I guess. It is thanks very much Joe Weisenthal co host of what Jim is check. It out, Bloomberg television three thirty PM Wall. Street time and, of course Dave Wilson Bloomberg stocks columnist David e dwilson Bloomberg. Dot net sign up for his daily free. Email newsletter now let's go to. Our ninety nine one studios in Washington DC where Martin dicara has world the, national headlines Martin thanks him happening. Right now top White House officials are describing plans to safeguard the midterm elections from. Foreign interference the administration's been criticized for not. Doing more stay tuned to Bloomberg radio for more on this. Developing story the, massive wildfire northern California grew overnight fueled, by wind the blaze in and around the city of reading now covers two hundred. Square miles Cal. Fire director Ken Pimlot says an army. Of firefighters thirteen thousand strong is working to contain it and other blazes across the state over twenty seven thousand Firefighters on the fire lines throughout the western United States so almost half of. Those are right here in California wildfires are also scorching hundreds of square miles. In Oregon, more than eleven hundred people likely. Died after hurricane, Maria hit Puerto Rico far more than the official death count. Of sixty four Penn State university study is. The second such review to make. Clear President Trump initially underestimated the tragedy when he compared it favorably to the, aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in two. Thousand five this new report suggests nearly seven hundred of the deaths occurred during two. Months when much of Puerto Rico had no. Electricity Republican hopes for a quick confirmation of supreme court nominee. Brett Cavanaugh might, be over the national archive says won't, be able to complete its review of nearly a million documents regarding Kavanagh's time in. The.
Eli Lilly to take animal health unit public
"Good morning everyone Pimm FOX, and Tom keep from our studios. In your John, Farrow down, in Washington ninety. Nine point one FM he's gone off to his other franchises Pinhas other properties is they say His, other property, doing TV show right now is a good thing. Talking about Turkish lira crushed Turkish near a four point eight nine week. Or Turkish lira they didn't raise rates renmimbi a little bit weaker swell lifted the market futures up. Ten pin what are you. Focused, on well since you mentioned Turkey I was, interested in, the. Exit of mess at Osceola from the German national team football soccer team very good soccer. Football equals the same. Thing in some places he said that. He quit over racism and disrespect Yeah, he said that when. He wins he's considered German when, he loses yeah, he's considered an immigrant and this all had to. Do with a picture in which he was standing next to the president of Turkey used to air to one in the news today again Turkey with the new regime the new financial regime Turkey saying no we're not, going to raise rates and police, a market so the lira. Weakening out as well we've lots to talk about. This morning right now were their equity. Report we value David Wilson David elite with alphabet you got something better alphabet is as I mean the shares are up four, and a half percent remember. They have two classes of stock in the s. and p. five hundred and indeed the owner. Of Google reported second quarter? Earnings, revenue that beat the, average analyst estimates in a Bloomberg survey in bear in mind they came up with the profit figure, that omitted, the record five billion dollar fine imposed by the. European Union even after that penalty alphabet made money In the quarter they have Verizon of two percent the mobile phone companies profit and sales last quarter surpassed the highest estimates, subscriber growth also be projections, and Verizon raised its revenue forecast, for, the year and we should note AT and t.'s results, are due out after the close of. Course they're the biggest US competitor of Verizon and that stock up about. Three quarters of a, percent at the moment. Verizon one of three companies are, the Dow Jones, industrial average to report the others United Technologies we. Know them for jet engines elevators other products there little changed in early trading and three m dowana half percent even though they're second quarter results were just ahead of estimates then you see the effects of higher commodity, prices on a couple of companies, one of them whirlpool down. Ten percents in early trading the appliance makers second. Quarter results missed projections and Kimberly Clark Tissues diapers. Other consumer products down two and. A half percent they, cut their profit forecasts for, this year to reflect commodity costs as well as currency moves Lockheed Martin by contrast up two and, a half percent the defense contractors second quarter earnings and sales beat estimates and. They're a, full year profit forecast top the highest projections so they're doing well then you turn to pharmaceuticals. Biogen up seven, and, a half percent he drugmaker beat second quarter profit and revenue forecast and raised, its full-year. Estimates ally Willie's up three and, a. Half percent they're spinning off their animal health unit at Lonzo either side to, do it after a months-long study lily second quarter results beat. Estimates as well then you had a take under you might say the banking. Business right Sino-US finance based in Georgia they agreed to, buy Florida's FCB. Financial holdings were two point, nine billion dollars Stock both companies shares taking a head sign of us down seven. And a half percent and FCB lower by, eight and a half percent Quest Diagnostics time about. Stocks are down lower by five percent revenue at the clinical testing company trail the average estimate. By the most more than five years earnings also miss. Projections on a couple of, notable gays to finish this off Tom public group up seven percent the advertising company raises. Full-year revenue forecast after. Second quarter sales topped estimates and we've seen disappointments in that business. From Omni com as well as Francis Publicis Groupe so a real contrast there and Harley Davidson you may recall President Trump. Calling them because of their plans to move production stocks up four percent in early trading earnings for, the second quarter unexpectedly rose revenue topped with. That said they did cut their profit margin forecast, for this year, to? Reflect the tariff imposed by..
Intel CEO resigns after relationship with employee
"Interim chief executive that's all we've got right now but intel looking ceo brian chrysanthemum resigning his position and bob swan has been named the interim ceo so we're going to be spending some time trying to find out more details about why brian has resigned and there's another headline out pem go for it cruise had a pass consensual relationship with an employee ouch there it is it is a press release here are the bloomberg headlines catching up we're going lights you're trying to get on front of the a press release beneath the headline of the resignation of mr zana second quarter revenue and non gap earnings to exceed prior guidance two thousand eighteen to be another record year so they get the business out of the way he was told me they're they're a little bit more than five years and bob swan is the named the interim ceo he is the current chief financial officer and given the distinction in paragraph two is a consensual relationship in the tone here is no big deal except it says a non fraternization policy comma which applies to all managers cured and that seems to be the distinctions we move forward david wilson what does the intel stock doing right now you know it's interesting intel fell immediately after the headline started coming out it since bounce back which may have to do that outlook you mentioned and at the mall the shares are actually up one and a half percent so people like and what they're seeing close out and get your complete stock report the intel board quote has a robust succession planning process in place and has begun a search for a permanent ceo so mr swan taking over as interim interim ceo while they get to work david let's let's move on to what you lead with today are you comcast disney fox free today or are you actually got three companies in the five hundred report earnings since late yesterday all the results while received with micron technology since we're talking about chips the shares are up four percents in early trading it's the most active stock the memory chipmakers earnings and sales forecast for the fiscal fourth quarter beat analysts average estimates in a bloomberg survey the outlook reflects growing demand for chips used in mobile devices.
U.S. fighter jets intercept Russian bombers near western coast of Alaska
"A car stay in your car you drive carefully get through that area if you're at home close your own home up after the ashes you know clear or through falling check your water systems and so forth us fighter jets have intercepted two russian bombers in international airspace off the coast of alaska correspondent ryan brown reports the pentagon is monitoring the situation not overly concerned about this it could be that russia attempting to retrain its pilots to conduct additional training but it has been some time and they'll be looking at russia eat probing activity in the near future the russian aircraft never entered us airspace i'm ann cates this is bloomberg daybreak weekend dark level look ahead at the top stories for investors in the coming week i'm bob moon in new york coming up a look at what's ahead in the commodity sector but first we wrap up earning season with a report from atop retailer for more we're joined by bloomberg columnist david wilson and bloomberg markets reporter danny burger and david let me start with you we're talking walmart of course how we're walmart's earnings well when you look at what analysts are expecting from walmart you see the potential for growth dollar thirteen share the average estimate for their fiscal first quarter which ended last month retailers typically a month later than the calendar in terms of their fiscal year look at the year ago period you see a dollar share so people are anticipating some growth there similar story with revenue talking.