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"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.
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 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
"David Wilson's garage yep four year supply of paper towels but he's all set to go people are helpful lows in the half a little bit Tarjei David Wilson the stock report well Tom I would do my toilet paper buying at Costco but that's a whole nother story any today Loews's quarterly front and center when it comes to earnings the home improvement chains up five and a half percent the sales for the fiscal first quarter were far above analysts average estimates of Bloomberg survey and Lowe's says its performance has been sustained this month so we may be looking at more of the same for their second quarter target or if you prefer Tarjei more of a mixed bag shares are up one percent now the discount retailer also had higher first quarter profit rather than analysts expected the other hand it's gross profit margin trail projections as sales shifted towards food and household essentials they're just not as profitable as say apparel that said you've got Facebook shares almost a record they're up three percent approaching a high was set in January other up today after the company introduced a service called shops which will let retailers set up storefronts on Facebook and Instagram we're seeing gains for the airlines Americans up two and a half percent chief financial officer Derek Carr said the assessed value of the car to use loyalty program advantage is as high as thirty billion dollars and that's about seven and a half times do you do with your bag with a spinoff well this is all in the con attacks of American going to the government for loans because obviously you want to have the assets to back up the loads and so that's where the assessments coming into play could you give the president three hundred thousand you know whatever they're going to do the shares are up and that's what counts for the moment and not only America you look at delta is up three and a half percent unite is up three and a half percent as well as far as the cruise lines goes there are higher too Rock Creek is up three and a half percent no they disclosed two point three billion dollars in cash and equivalents as of April thirtieth he also added a billion dollars were note sale completed yesterday Roker it means higher even after reporting a wider than expected loss for the first quarter you look at carnivals up three and a half percent Norwegian also up three and a half percent the cast since higher by I should say it's down actually one and a half percent the drug distributors earnings for the current fiscal year their forecast was lower than estimates the shortfall reflected the effects of the coronavirus identical long with investments in the business fiat Chrysler is also down one and a half percent Italian newspaper il Messaggero reported the country's government mass the automaker freeze a special dividend tied to a merger with France's Peugeot fiat Chrysler seeking government aid in the form of steak back Los that's how the pay out becomes an issue analog devices is up six percent of the chip maker's results second quarter earnings fell let's now as predicted analog devices third quarter profit sales forecast also beat estimates Halliburton's up three and a half percent the oil services company reduces dividend by seventy five percent the part of an effort to conserve cash however it also says directors are taking a twenty percent pay cut and one more for you virgin galactic down four percent people familiar with the matter said Credit Suisse is handling the sale of about a ten percent stake in the space tourism company the only Cheryl with that much stock the firm controlled by virgin founder Richard Branson which sold a two percent stake last week liver Saturday Wilson thank you so much we appreciate that lots going on in the market here pre market Tom when we think about the pandemic in we think about the hospitals you think about looking out your window at Mount Sinai and seeing it in the early days kind of just overwhelmed with patients you know and I think you know one of the issues is that most facilities found themselves again to clean the hot spots overwhelmed with covert patients what they were doing as they were we're not doing a lot of that elective surgery next the surgery and the procedures that really.
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
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
"david wilson" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC
"In this weird nexus between what we used to think we should do, which was that we were developing cars, and what we're actually doing, which is just entertaining people. Right. And like I just read this amazing book called black noon, if you read that I've heard, I've not had chancery heard about it on the Indy five hundred. Yes, Oma got it's so good. It's so good. So it's about the nineteen sixty four and five hundred they have the fire in iron data and they go through every driver in the field. They go through all the things back then it was so funny. Some of the things that were happening back then in terms of how fast the cars were changing the technology and all that stuff. But even back then they were worried about, you know, they knew they. Were developing technology, but they were worried about the show. So it's just like it, maybe it's always changing more things. They say when I think of the Annapolis five hundred in the sixties, I think of it was a test bed for Detroit. It was like we're a lot of spin off products. For passenger cars came from India's test, but I wouldn't have thought of it has being in the entertainment perspective at all that the show was how fast can you go? So we'll need set. New record speeds. They get one hundred thousand people to show for qualify because golden like actually gonna hit one hundred and sixty one miles an hour this year. Let's say, you know, like that was the show speed is along the show. We know we can make a cargoes fascinating. What so our show has to be entertaining racing, which indie to its credit, the greatest recent Indy five hundred being positive of it. Yeah. It's figured out. We're not going to go to forty or to forty five miles an hour on lap average but Riyadh give you tight close resale damn fast to over two hundred thirty s still pretty good. I was on Sirius XM this morning guest hosting on the morning drive. And we had Jim Campbell from Chevrolet. We had David Wilson racing development and both of them talked about this. New topic as relating to the gen seven because Mark rush. Burke, afford has also talked about this since January that the gen seven car. You know, there's been a lot of focus on what's going to look like body wise and the relevance and all that. But they apparently are going to build in capability for hybridization and it's not going to happen in two thousand twenty one when the car allegedly will roll out, but David Wilson said today, it's not a matter of if it's when for hybrid style technology in Cup cars, rush. Brooke says, hey we're not saying it's cross the board. It could be you look at it for I don't know how this would work because then you're talking about you in engine programs, but he was kind of hinting at all maybe you do summit road, courses you do different ones on ovals. It was interesting. All of it. So the Parker Cooperman perspective, as we're talking about relevance of manufacturers production cars to racing and you're right. Like there's not as much as there used to be at all. But now we're talking about hybrids hybrids being a place that manufacturers are going with streetcars and how that relates to race cars and, and can't it too. Some degree. Well, I want to preface by saying, I drive a Toyota and Toyota does a lot for me our race team. So I very pro whatever Twitter said. Dave Wilson, he's very smart, man. And we smart do. We're very, very behind TRG and everything. They want to do. No, but I, I'd say, look, there's a story I recently read, and it was one of the higher ups at Renault f one team. Right. And Renault is a midfield if one team right now because they refuse to spend as much money as for our immer Sadi's yet they know there's a marketing benefit to being enough one. And therefore, they, you know, run to their budget, and they hope over their five year plan from I know they did that Netflix Stockman. She that over the five year plan eventually or closer to the front, and they can run at that budget level racing for a championship while, the higher ups, there said he had an interesting conversation, he was, you know, they they do a lot of these gals and things. And he was at some place, champagne caviar pry. And we're discussing with this group of the sponsors, potential sponsor about F one thing, the guys, you know, I love fully..
"david wilson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Part. Rob Compton, and David Wilson were plaintiffs in the landmark lawsuit, I hereby, pronounce you partners for life. Legally married in that same day. There were protests and press conferences. This is a terrible idea, Evelyn Riley was with the Massachusetts family institute, and spearheaded local efforts to ban same sex marriage. If we do not reverse this through the through the constitutional amendment, this country is going to be in dire straight in the in the next generation Massachusetts did not reverse it, but a backlash swept the country all told forty one states. Explicitly limited marriage, to between one woman, and one man, I had a sense of would be momentous. In Massachusetts, Margaret Marshall was chief Justice of the Massachusetts supreme judicial court, she penned the four to three ruling, I did not have any idea that it would be so mementos nationally. And internationally since Marshall's decision public opinion has changed dramatically fifteen years ago about sixty percent of Americans opposed same sex marriage and thirty percents. Supported it now it's the opposite more than sixty percent are in favour. Mary Bernado argued the case in Massachusetts as well as the twenty fifteen supreme court case that guaranteed marriage equality nationwide, but not been credited with crafting the legal strategy. She says when gay couples tied the knot America saw the milk didn't curdle in Massachusetts. All of a sudden, this was great for families in great for their children and provided security instability that began to change hearts and lines. But, but not says there's a long way to go. She points out that a minority of states have laws protecting LGBTQ individuals from discrimination. It's great to be able to marry an it's not a great thing to feel. Superbowl about what this means for your jobs, your housing or whether you get health care for your child. Ralph Compton and David Wilson, the plaintiff couple who had fifteen years ago, say they felt the peaks and valleys of the changing laws and norms. The first decade of marriage was like a honeymoon period, they collectively exhales, they felt accepted life became easier. But in the past few years Wilson says things have gotten harder, again, he says, as an African American male often question, whether we are being judged because we're an interracial couple or because what gay and opponents say the tide might be turning against same sex marriage, a Melissa bit more optimistic in that we are getting better judges. Now, Evelyn Riley of the Massachusetts family institute is now retired and still strongly opposes same sex marriage. She says she's counting on President Trump's judicial appointees to undo the changes of the past fifteen years. Lawyer Mary Bernado thinks same sex marriage is here to stay, but she says as a student of history, even the most celebrated victories.
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,
"david wilson" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"And now group encounters with David Wilson continues. All right now, I got myself scratching my head. I ended that last segment saying that Britney Brittany Han guests knowledge runs deeper than the Bermuda. Triangle? Breeding. I don't know how deep the Bermuda. Triangle? I'm not sure whether I I don't know if I paid better nod. Well, I mean, yeah, I don't know. I I took it as a compliment. Really? I did. Okay. Well, heart. So we were supposed to talk in the last segment, and we got up on a very interesting sidebar there. But we were supposed to talk about choosing wines for people who have wine cellars or just want to have a wine collection. First of all if somebody doesn't have a wine cellar or a safe place to put their wind. Will you still consult with them? Or are you going to say, hey, you know, but he get your act together. Now. I mean, I'll tell them in a nice way, I that at a level of the winds that were bringing in basically when we sit down we'll talk about winds that they want to drink every day or winds that they wanna have to bring to friends houses or gift wine. And then when we get into the topic of wines that they would like to be able to let's say by a case and try one a year or they'd like to buy futures or they'd like to actually then hold wines, watch them age mature that we would need to discuss somewhere. They're going to put them. But no, I wouldn't just say I can't help you out. If you're consulting with somebody. That's Alexei say in their eighties to avoid same things. Like, let's by winds that are going to age. No, actually, I don't think that I've run into exactly. I have spoken to people in their seventies and eighties about collecting wine. But I don't think that it came into my purview that I was telling them not to buy things at age probably want somebody who is like, you know, eighty five years old or something. I'd say that that's all that's the new sixty. Right. You definitely. But still it's like, hey, you know, what Mr. Jones you can lay this down for like thirty years. Well, I mean in order to enjoy this at one hundred inherit live djing depending upon the age of their wife, Danny my dad's gonna really gonna will meet his wine selection. People do his entire wine collection actually comes from trader Joe's. So you're not you don't need not many times. I bring great bottles of wine over to the family events, and my father will come out and say, well, why would you even drink that forty dollar wine? When I got this over trader Joe's for five dollars. And I'm not even talking about two buck, Chuck I'm talking about the good five dollar, you know, and he's like all excited about that. Right. And then what happens I go. That's fine. Dad, you drink your wine, and I opened up my bottle. And you know, my brother Steve will be there. And he really appreciates good wine. My brother, Bob, not so much. He'll drink anything. Really? But you know, what happens is dad comes over. And he polishes off he says, I in fact, he'll say notice how sometimes people get older they say, they don't drink anymore. But then they really need it really draining. I sneak you'll see them like everybody's out of the kitchen that bottles sitting over there. And it's boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom. You know, like that that jaws music, and he's over there, and they open it. My mean, my real pet peeve is when you bring a bottle of wine to someone's house. I understand in a large party setting. This does not count not setting. But when it's a group of let's call it. I don't know four to eight people. And so you bring a bottle of the excited to share with the group, and you know, that maybe they won't have great wines. Bet you you do have this great wine and you're excited out them as well. And they take it, and they go put it to the side. And then they opened something that you would never want to drink in your life. And you think we'd a minute. I thought I protected against that by bringing this. So that we can all share. There's no way around Brittany. Say you bring a corkscrew. Notice classy, you know, what it's industry, I think it's cost me as a real estate agent going to a party in grabbing my cork leads opening my wine really super clear about this. Okay. I have rules about bringing wine to parties. First of all if you bring wine to a party and your host appreciates good wine. They're certainly going to be a bunch of people at the party that don't, and if that's the type of crowd that you have then you bring one bottle that's just as so so bought that. So so which is a decent bottle for people to share you go into the kitchen or whatever with your host who say we're going to open this right now. Okay. We're going to put this over here in this dark corner. And you and I are going to be enjoying this throughout the evening. But I bought this specially for you, right? And you know, what sound selfish, but it's not because there's always that person. I saw over the holidays. Now, it's the guy that walks in. And he's looked really nice when he got to the party, but his ties all crooked noun is buttons on down. And he's got a cocktail sauce on his shirt. And he walks over to the place where all the winds are. And he's got a half a glass of something. And then he just grabs a bottle and dumps it into the same glass. I mean, there should be the wine prison for people like I just upset at our there. Now, I get it. I get on that. I think too. It's the people, you know, when you think about how excited you get to open a bottle of wine that you've been really wanting to try and your friends are over and everyone's had a couple. And now, it seems like an even better idea to go into the cellar and to take something out that really you should have had it. Oh, I am the best invention. I don't know if I told you this might have been invented by. Now, actually it is. So I really think that what they should do is you can put a Breathalyzer on the actual entry to the wine cellar in a certain area. Right. Like, so there's like a cap thing that comes down, and then you can set at whatever level you do not want that bottle to be able to be over is. Right. So it's like a container. I haven't worked out of 'em point. Oh, six in there. It's a I'm sorry. Sorry. We'll just flash denied denied denied denied. Yes. Go wake up their kids or there's somebody listening right now who is taking this idea and running with it. And you're not gonna get credit for it. It's a good thing. We recorded. Hits on a radio there stole it buddy ticket for. All right. So when you're picking out wines for people, let's go back to the the the country, and they go, you know, I don't know what to buy. I don't know one wine fern from another. I don't know what a temper Neo is or whatever. But I know what I like what's the first step. You gotta dig into their personality and their likes and dislikes. Right. I mean, definitely I do dig into their personality. I also I like to ask them, you know, if you're going to be bad if you're being naughty. Are you having chocolate cake or you having French fries? Are you a sweet or savory person that tells me usually a lot about what they like in wine? And then I want to figure out what we want the wind for you know, we touched on it before just a little bit. But you know, is this something that you want to watch ages is something that you want to make money on something that you're going to collect to give to somebody. Or you know, is it the holiday season and people are constantly dropping over to your house or on Thursdays. You love to have pizza, and you don't want to be bothered and you love red wine with that. So I tried to find out in like a pie chart, basically how much wine the seller will hold. What's a comfort? Notable investment level. And then what they're wanting to do in terms of, you know, all of the categories, I just gave you most people are actually more one heavily one and not the others collectors are different. Of course. Sometimes the really big wine-cellars. They really are interested in getting on a program where they can establish, you know, their likes for a certain particular wine, and then be able to buy vintage in out. So that they can compare. What do they do? They say I'm going to give you a budget every month or every six months or every quarter. You know, bring in some new wines that a cyclical thing or do they want to stock? It all up at the same time you typically I would say before I got into real estate. I did have clients where I would work with them like monthly, and they would tell me. Okay. You know, I'd like to spend X amount. And this is about how much again those categories because it's so much wind. I drank or I'm going to parties or the holiday season now. It's usually people saying, okay, look, I'm kind of getting a little bit thin. So let's sell the wine cellar, or it's people that will say to me. Hey, listen, you know, I had a bottle of wine the other night. And it was great. And I've got the I've got the bottle itself. I've got the label, and it usually in these cases, it's like some European wine. French it's. Talion something like that. I'd really be interested in getting every year, or you know, what other kinds of wines to this winery. Make let's try that. So it's it's really specific because they're just usually sitting with me having a glass of wine talking about their houses. And then asking me, oh, I know you're the wind industry. Would you help me with this? And that's kind of outcomes about often. Should you do bring over a selection of, you know, it's kind of like when you're in the optometrist's office, and they sit you in front of that thing, and they go it can see better with a or can you you better with flicking all those buttons and all that stuff. And I don't know why they still use that crew technology. But that's okay do. Anyway, we'll be back with Mike special guest for the hour. It turns out Brittany hod. She is along with her business partner owner of houses on which in a high end. I have to say that real estate firm in Rancho Santa Fe, which is just outside of San Diego. Just north of San Diego. Yes. Neurology without being north east. Yeah. We north anti of civic. Yes. And so if you're looking for house with a oneself. I've.
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?
"david wilson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"David Wilson began his first job at Bloomberg looking at the what what did you say the securities something short seller? Enrichment commissioned the short seller enrichment commission. Do you start there? You got something different. Yeah. Needs that you brought it up. We might as well start Tesla's down about three percent after that Twitter posts in about a dozen others late yesterday. The tweets may jeopardize a settlement reached last weekend over earlier posts about taking tesla private. So we shall see how that unfolds. In the meantime, you've got Costco, wholesale down about three and a half percent. The warehouse club chain said expects to disclose material weakness in controls on access to financial data translate. In other words, people were getting access to the numbers that shouldn't have had it. That's what it comes down to it. Anyway, Costco, also reported that profitability fell and its fiscal fourth quarter based on gross margin. So they go lillies up one percent. The drug maker was raised equivalent by from hall of Bima capital markets. The call reflected study data released yesterday on a diabetes drug which sent lily shares higher by four percents. So you a second day of gains there my way and on the other hand down one and a half percent. The drug maker was cut to neutral from by meets the firm said. My land won't benefit much room a move into biosimilars or biologic generic drugs. You've got HP down two and a half percent. This the personal computer and printer maker they were cut to neutral.
"david wilson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Eleven down nine tenths of one percent. So here's where we stand in terms of equity markets off our session lows. We've got the S and P down a point a little change. Now, NASDAQ down four down less than one tenth of one percent. And the Dow is down one tenth of one percent lower by twenty eight points. I'm Charlie pelletan. That Carol Massar is a Bloomberg business flash. Is indeed Charlie Pellett. Thank you so much. This is a Bloomberg business week. I want to bring in the gang. We've got Vince Cigna Ella with us global macro strategist at Bloomberg news in our Bloomberg eleven three oh studio along with our own. Dave Wilson stocks editor also at Bloomberg news. David wilson. What's the trade? Look like today. Well, it looks like a day in which what's happening in the bond market is flowing through to the stock market. And I say that because if you look at the worst performing industry groups in the S and P five hundred today. What do you see real estate phone companies and utilities and talk about three areas of the market where higher rates definitely have an effect? I mean, let's face it. These are the kinds of stocks you buy for their dividends. If you got bond yields going up, there's less incentive to move into these areas and these companies are going to face higher costs down the line, potentially at least as rates move higher. So you put the two together we it certainly weighing on the market at this point. And I bring that up also because if you look at the industry groups that are moving up financials are right at four hundred and insurance companies in particular, and again about what happens when yields go up. It's a potential for these companies to earn more on their bond, all these. So you you look at the likes of principal financial up more than three percent Unum group and prudential financial both up about two and a half percent. We're. Talking about some of the top performers on the day, India S and P five hundred you can throw in Lincoln national to that mix. So it does show you there is a real interest rates component to what we're seeing stocks here. All right. Mr. Cigna, what are you watching? I'm watching believe it or not you asked me this question every week and dollars still going up, and I'm actually watching what I think is a turn in sentiment against the dollar and four certain emerging-market currencies now Turkish lira not the Argentine peso, but other. Export emerging-market currencies that may benefit from what my sources are telling me are despite Trump's tweet today, an actual go forward real incentive to put a trade deal together before the midterm elections with China China. This is a big deal despite you're saying the headline about another what two hundred billion plus there. This is just a shot across the bow typical story, but that Mnuchin is actually leading a real deal effort at a very very high level. To try to put something together in time for the midterms at least in principle that this may leave the Canadians out there are certainly no love lost between Trudeau and Trump. So you're talking about the like the NAFTA deal or China or all of it. Well, don't they're not very certain not one hundred percent certain how the NAFTA deal place. There's still too big issues with free Linden lighthizer, which are the chapter eleven chapter nineteen issues, but with China separate story, they feel more compelled that that deal is going to get done before the midterms. Well, you know, I think about all the issues that have been thrown out investors this year, the ongoing trade spats and talks and back and forth. You know, Dave Wilson we often see a ton of things that are facing investors. But we have seen, you know. Let me go back to Bloomberg BusinessWeek the cover longest bull market ever. If you dig into this story, that's in the magazine. How boring it's been that. Despite some of the obstacles that we have faced over. The last decade and even over the last couple of years the markets continue the equity markets continue to grind hire. You wanna talk about boring. Let's look back since Labor Day last week four declines in five hundred row this week four gains in the S and P five hundred in a row we're backing off today. And you know, how much we've moved in the index over that timeframe as we speak not much little more than a point. Yeah. So yeah. I mean, there's the boring element. And then you get earnings coming out and people like what they see in stocks move, Bob. So it's been relatively steady advance. But they're definitely been curious where things have kind of calmed down. You've certainly seen that in terms of volatility, which we'll talk about a little more later with my chart the day in the next hour. I wanna bring a political risk. And I'm curious if you were sitting on a trading desk right now. And that Manafort headline cross, we certainly did see equity market reaction as that stuff was coming out. How would you guys be assessing it is there? A significant political risk not just the midterm elections. But maybe what the outlook is for this White House. I think that when it first came across the maybe some because people weren't sure exactly what kind of a deal he was going to speak of. But it doesn't look like this has anything to do with the two thousand sixteen campaign at the moment has all to do with his dealings with Ukraine, which are very specific to manafort's or so it appears that was the former campaign that he was, but it doesn't look like what he did with Ukraine is leaking into what people are talking about Russia. This very much looks specific to Manafort one of the things that is interesting political though, I could say was from the New York state elections yesterday in that all of the all of those who backed Trump in some way, shape or form, we're all ousted. So there was some hint. As to how the public is going to go vote from what we're seeing or what we're hearing is Democrats who voted for Hillary Clinton are more inclined to show up in November than Republicans who voted for Don. Donald Trump that's interest. If the turnout works that way, which is what definitely worked against her. If the turnout does work that way, the houses. Most certainly gonna flip Senate probably will stay Republican. But the interesting thing again a source. I haven't washed his really good says that Pelosi is going to go on an infrastructure spending spree and really ramp up deficit spending. And this is going to be music to Donald Trump's ears. So instead of congress and president gridlock, we're actually potentially going to see Pelosi and Trump working together to do something positive for the economy. Well, we have talked about that infrastructure was the one thing one a measure that got our had bipartisan support. So it's amazing that it's taken so long to get it. But and it would be amazing to see if it actually gets done. Well, it's it's a win win for everyone. Right because going into twenty twenty they can both claim they were the ones who were responsible for keeping the economic growth engine going. Would it be a win win because it means government spending? I'm just curious how the markets would see it. Finally, well, there's certainly been a lot of fun setup for infrastructure spending out in the private sector. Absolutely. And it would be something that would be another stimulus for the economy. We're certainly seen that come out of the tax cuts from last year when you look at companies performance something like twenty four percent earnings growth for the S and P five hundred in the first half. Now, the concern is once you sort of lapped the tax cuts that things start to slow down. So the idea that you get more spending. Well, that would be a plus again, though, it raises the issue is it going to be sustainable, and that's what people are going to focus on going forward. Definitely an interesting time. Dave wilson. Thank you so much. I'll be back later on our stocks that our Bloomberg news and our Bloomberg news global macro strategies fence signal. Thank you guys. Let's get to the Bloomberg markets bite of the day. When number that tells us a lot today's number is ten billion.
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.
"david wilson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"If i go to david wilson's bloomberg terminal i will note that we are now on the trillion dollar watch apple computer with a nine hundred three kazillion dollar market cap david what's the significance if they hit a trillion dollar market cap what's the so what the so what is that it would be the first us company ever to do so and us is the key because when petrochina traded for the first time in shanghai back in two thousand seven it got above a trillion dollars market value for a day actually have a chart out on the bloomberg terminal remind people about that earlier event who said petrochina nowhere near that hold these days warren buffett's single handily move mr cooke shop to the trillion dollar mark we certainly helping things along question apples up about three quarters of a percent in early trading buffetaut cnbc he would buy more shares of the iphone maker at lower prices and vice chairman charlie munger said he wished berkshire owned a bigger stake and bear in mind they're holding was about five percent at the end of march so there's certainly the demand there we'll see if the price comes you have well that's just one piece the fallout from berkshire's annual meeting over the weekend whilst fargo's up one percent buffet reaffirmed his support for the bank and berkshire has a nine point nine percent stake in wells fargo also the bank sold a class action lawsuit over it's fake accounts scandal for four hundred and eighty million dollars and then we have to talk about berkshire itself up about half a percent in early trading they came out with firstquarter results earnings beat analysts average estimate in a bloomberg survey for the first time in nine quarters i need your opinion doug cass good morning if you're listening in florida mr cass actually has difficult questions once mr buffet is it just one big adulation moment or are there actual david wilson adult questions asked.
"david wilson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of the president's closest friends tom barrack has been interviewed by special counsel investigators they asked him about two top trump campaign officials the fbi and federal prosecutors meanwhile are looking at cash piles built up by president trump's personal attorney correspondent boris sanchez journalist some public records that indicate that michael cohen extended two separate lines of credit just as president trump's career was taking off and as cohen was seeking to protect the president then candidate trump from allegations similar to those being made by stormy daniels evacuation orders remain on hawaii's big island which is dealing with the aftermath of all canna corruption correspondent stephanie elam there've been many earthquakes one was six point nine yesterday that knocked out power to thousands of residents here and it also closed the national park here all of that is playing into the hazards that are happening here on the island at least two homes have burned i'm ann cates this is bloomberg daybreak weekend our global look ahead of the top stories for investors in the coming week i'm bob moon in new york coming up a look at the agenda in washington but first we take a look at the week ahead on wall street and earnings will once again be in focus joining us now is bloomberg markets reporter danny burger and bloomberg stocks columnist david wilson before we preview the week ahead danny let's recap earnings so far so far earnings have been very impressive of the companies that we've seen report it's been about a twenty three percent year over your earnings growth now those are the kind of numbers that is very difficult to sustain and it's been enlarge part fueled by those techheavy thing stocks are just seen about a sixty three percent earnings growth energy also on some been a pretty high eighty eight percent earnings growth now you'd expect after hearing that that the snp would be going gangbusters as well however the response looks pretty tepid overall considering that strong dollar and rising yields putting a ceiling on equity gains and stocks have been pretty much flat barely changed since earning season began so not too much of a response in the equity markets are earnings right now okay dave let's spin this forward what are you gonna be looking for in the week ahead.
"david wilson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The news funeral services have been held in houston performer first lady barbara bush with her burial underway in college station texas presidential historian john meacham is among those who remember the wife of one president and the mother of another she holds a distinction that belongs to only one other american in the long history of the republic abigail adams who was present at the creation north korea has made a major decision ahead of an upcoming meeting with president trump correspondent ivan watson north korea has announced that it is unilaterally suspending intercontinental ballistic missile launches nuclear weapons tests and that it is planning to discard its main nuclear weapons testing site in the north of the country he international monetary fund says a strong world economy is threatened by increasing tension over trade the imf is holding its spring meeting in washington i'm ann cates this is bloomberg daybreak weekend our global look ahead at the top stories for investors in the coming week i'm bob moon in new york coming up a look at the agenda in washington but first earning season swings into full flower with some one hundred eighty companies reporting in the coming week let's get a preview we're joined by bloomberg markets reporter danny burger and bloomberg stocks columnist david wilson dave let me start with you we're going to be up to our elbows in earnings what should we be focused on when this fire hose of results starts pouring in when you say one hundred eighty companies reporting that's just the s and p five hundred that's how busy it's going to be in the coming week if you just focus on the dow jones industrial average tuesday will be the busiest day for that indicator because you've got half a dozen companies reporting as we go through the numbers it's really a matter of whether all the optimism that's out there in terms of company prophets is justified needs so far that seems to have been the case you're now looking at if you just focus on the s and p five hundred nineteen percent earnings growth for the first quarter that number may well go up if we get the usual round of companies beating analysts earnings estimates so there may be more to come on that score i mean some of this no doubt tied into the tax law changes that took effect late last year but beyond that i mean you're seeing real growth in the.
"david wilson" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"On yes soil a jamie done has talk of the day right now david wilson joining story charters a day but whose over here because you look like gb diamond for over here you really think so well because i can't see it when we see willing to over here pretty close was just saying exactly if you have a sense of deja vu looking at today's chart of the day it wouldn't be a surprise because right before the holidays i took a look at an indicator called the fourteen weak relative strength index for the sp 500 and bag then well look rather positive to at least to some folks what we're seeing the idea that you're getting the highest readings since the 1950s more specifically january 19th fifty nine while now john murphy who's been in the field of technical analysis for more than four decades publish one of the front of the books on the subject he's a bit more concern given what's happened since the new year and looking at the fourteen week routed straight that it's really an indicator of momentum you have at the end of last week had the highest readings since january 19th fifty nine again they keep happening and beyond that he looked at fourteen months on the same basis and they're you've got more moments and then you've had since the mental in 1990 six so you know this is a market that has really kind of kept going and going enguling it at some point no he's looking for days shift meaningful way as it quantity figures 2018 may not end as well as it started which doesn't necessarily mean to stocks are gonna head down and a substantial way but at the very least this is starting to turn into a reason for caution at least for some people as opposed to a benefit for the the market here and maybe that's the point if you wanna know more folks send me an email i'll get you today's chart the explanation that goes with it from john murphy and everything i do going forward the email address is d wilson at bloomberg dot net that's d wilson at bloomberg dot net all right dave wilson thank you so much wanna bring in our jennifer rain part of our bloomberg news team as well payments.
"david wilson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"David wilson's thank you so much as well he came out of philips exeter academy and harvard college his name was robert wilmore's in he redefined what banking is i have a perspective on robert wilmore's my conversations with them particularly the economic club of new york and also of course how he changed single handedly the responsible dialogue that his ceo should have in the annual report i'm going to be very direct most were called mdn as are nothing more than publicity experiments and robert will murders said no oh we need some one of a series vintage to give us perspective on a gentleman who began in 1962 with the bankers trust company no one better than arthur levitt and robert g wilmore's arthur water man he was incredible i served on the board of at bank for nearly twenty years i went through every acquisition that he made i saw how he gal with the board there was no man in business today that i believe had a clearer more forthright ethical sense than bob woolmer's in terms of transactions in terms of dealing with people in terms with his belief in an ethical society he took a community like buffalo new york which is not known for clean politics and he spent are countless hours of his time in rebuilding that community rather than establishing a name for himself in new york city which most executives would have done he treated his shareholders with great openness and his board members were chosen for the breadth of their visiedo uh he was a truly extraordinary individual and i would urge every listener to read his past five annual reports to get a clearer picture he was an internationalist his father was of course involved with belgium in and he had a great affinity with the french government but as you say here was a new york city banker who said buffalo we're not going to treat you like marine midland we're going to go to buffalo and we're going to build a bank and we're going to build it based on business relationships it maybe we associate with a chemical bank of another time what was the pixie dust about how he spoke to shareholders in.
"david wilson" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Gonna talk about this segment of talk a bit more and about the senator david wilson clearing of what's taken place there i'm going to talk about trump signing seven hundred billion dollar law today and i have the hunch if you're like me you're going to like it um we're going to talk about we're gonna talk about policy getting a three big pinocchio from the washington post bush's constantly opening her mouth lips move she apparently is line and even the post degrees with that i'm going to talk about a christmas gift idea that if your kids have cell phones and i'm not going to judge you whether they have cell phones or not it's totally up to a family parents i you know would probably do it a little differently now if i raised my kids again i would probably change how we did that but regardless recomend i'm gonna give you a gift idea and if we have time maybe we'll talk about some fun things too uh i'm gonna tell you about one of my favorite cookies getting a big upgrade charles and i were laughing about that before the show show this afternoon still a lot to come up were in the last three segments let's get right to let's see what's happening okay so senator david wilson as we were talking with frontiers men publisher dennis andersson a moment ago he weighed in on that as well and he's a rotarians along with david and early on it started sounded to me like senator wilson and others were aware of a video that was going to exonerate him i wish it would have come out much sooner to me i'm not sure why they hung onto that for so long but a report completed by the legislative affairs agency in november backs up what senator david wilson has been saying for months little must read alaska and of suzanne has a of just a brilliant breakdown of that inside there the highlight your this the dispute between wilson an and legislative aide working for house speaker brice edge men did not amount to sexual harassment or even a hostile work environment and a report was released by the senate rules committee today and here's what they said in conclusion this event did not fit the definition of a hostile work environment sexual harassment senator wilson's conduct did not violate the legislative council policy on sexual and other workplace harassment so you can read more about.
"david wilson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"So lots to talk about this morning futures up to doubt futures up twenty eight eight that is a good thing is well yields came in sharply off the jobs report again yesterday yields came in early offjells reporter we've now reversed up to two point three five percent dow again one fourteen a one in eurodollar eurodac at one six one six t fifty as well david wilson on sabbatical with david gura serpan secure with the equity report you got a select group of things to talk about i'm guessing apple to lead with of course a top at the less it stain everyone's talking about i mean they're releasing athalon xp today and the lines are already out the doors they also had great earnings yesterday that's paying them up and more than four percent premarket that's bringing up 45 percent the fear and if they maintain these gains they could be within a nine hundred billion dollar market cat yesterday looking at their earnings their forecast holiday sales eighty four billion to eighty seven billion that's a record high some analysts were worried that there may not be enough supply but ceo tim cooke dead putting these worry to bed yesterday these said productions going really well the online wait time which was that sixweek is supposed to go down this weekend or within the next few days you there robert margins forecast in line earnings beat estimates at growth in every single not out every single geography couple more what else do you have all right we got starbucks down yesterday was that as much as seven point five percent now trading a little further closer to one percent down in early trading in asia growth not as high as they had hoped sales in the region rose two percent is less than a three point two percent estimate ag also tumbling down bucking the trend of insurers we saw others like travelers progressive allstate they beat despite the storms wasn't the case for aig name myth at fiat chrysler up more than two percent they actually hit a record high and their things might be because it's a boost from the tax code plan of release yesterday the ceo previously said savings could be over one billion dollars because of it sir parents thank you so much for the equity response an apple will be really interesting to say to see this morning were sort of your the.
"david wilson" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"He was underway city council but with philip senator david wilson is republican your remember he was the one that was accused by reporter of slapping him but when i look at the ito and this is this is the challenging part for me because i gotta tell you dustin some of these politicians get their little feelers hurt because i'm very candid in my analysis of their policy of their votes and sometimes of races and when i look at this particular race listen i under i under i definitely underestimated david wilson when he ran for senate the first time you know he did he beat lin gatt if i didn't think he was going to you know there was a lot of child challenges she had she had three weeks through on a campaign where he had been out routinely for many months putting the pavement but i was a set of ninety one issue but i gotta tell you came i gotta tell you in this is what i said injustice i said this see you off the air many many months ago i'm not completely convinced david wilson to fiscal conservative and it was because of his his votes he took on the with the leslie council the when your voting increases sales tax that you don't really have a defined planned for you just think the government needs to have a little bit more money issue with that ray so i you know i really stayed out of that race i just sat back and watched it because i thought well maybe i'm missing something but i gotta tell you think he's going to combat in a primary number one he has the exact same constituency is done lady so he's not bringing extra voters that to the table when it comes to paring the ticket after the primary number two his negatives right so not only is he going to be nailed with being the only valley legislator the vote for nine billion dollar budget which were member inside of that budget was the permit bind restructure that's right now to be fair and david he voted against it if i recall he voted against sb 26 permit find restructure initially that's right when everybody else in the valley delegation voted against the budget he couldn't have the backbone to stand up to senate republican leadership i i mean i don't know what to say that's going to be a.