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Uber to Recruit 20,000 UK Drivers on Post-Lockdown Demand

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Uber to Recruit 20,000 UK Drivers on Post-Lockdown Demand

"The plans to recruit twenty thousand more drivers in the United Kingdom to help fill swelling demand for rides as the country's coronavirus knocked on Mr shin's ease the San Francisco based ride hailing company says it aims to sign up the additional drivers by the end of the year adding to the seventy thousand already has in the U. K. if it says if you could just have jumped by fifty percent since the twelfth of April when British pubs and restaurants were allowed to re open to serve outdoor meals and drinks as part of the government's plan to relax code nineteen rules investor Krugman drive in the U. K. underscore so why did bounce back for the company off to Dimond bottom dog last year during the depths of the pandemic there is shockingly London

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Putin foe Navalny to end prison hunger strike on 24th day

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 5 months ago

Putin foe Navalny to end prison hunger strike on 24th day

"Imprisoned Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny says he's ending his hunger strike off to getting medical attention I'm being told by his doctors the continuing it would put his life at risk this week seems protests demanding annexing about his freedom sweep across Russia now on the twenty fourth day off his hunger strike not only said on Instagram he will continue to the mound visit from his doctor to address a loss of sensation in his legs and arms the main Dimond the politician announced when launching his hunger strike but he said he would stop the strike off to be examined by non prison doctors something he called a huge progress it will take him twenty four days to fully come off the strike I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Some Myanmar protests escape violence, but tensions remain

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Some Myanmar protests escape violence, but tensions remain

"Thousands of residents of the jungle industrials in man mall a fleeing violence a video shot by the citizen shows of the mass house with people packed into concerts taxis pick up trucks on motorcycles and on foot they're seeking safety after the Myanmar police killed more than thirty anti coup protesters over the weekend and five Chinese factories were set on fire the Sunday chaos in Yangon let it to me miles ministry declaring martial law in the large part of the city in another development the factory blaze is both an angry Dimond from Beijing for protection of the property and the nationals I'm Charles collect as much

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"dimond" Discussed on AdLeaks

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02:33 min | 6 months ago

"dimond" Discussed on AdLeaks

"But that being said like with brands like that that are selling twenty thirty dollars t shirts. It's pretty straightforward right. You're either going to bite or you aren't not really kind of education like our fabric so great so they they make my job easy clients with them like them. My job breezy air. I come here on the store and they got along with her boobs off gist wing. It makes by a t shirt. Yeah that's that's the goal right. I mean they have a farley fully t though one from saturday night live. How do you know anything about that when you start putting like bill. Murray on t shirts like what's obviously they have to have some type of agreement. yeah yeah they. They have a real strong partnership with bill murray They do like golf tournament every year. Together I think they donate a lot of bills charities So they have a really strong partnership with bill so they also have one. Bush like the beer one partnership with them so because people love that company because they have some members they huge brands right to get bill. Murray and bush like. It's a huge deal and that use of them as like they're able to print these things that other people can't and it's so perfect for their audience like whatever. Whatever they are doing they need to keep doing it because it works. They've got a great formula. I wouldn't just could see where he showed some public. So we'll i've never actually seen somewhere in public. And i cannot ever imagine it either. My wife would kill me somehow. People do. I don't know where they are who they are what they do for a living but it's working. There's there's one on here. Rick moranis in the the dark helmet. I can't remember the name that movie Funnier funnier movie Spall recina which what was it. Space balls amid will. Movie as a kid i i can never remember from life but as a kid i for sure. Watch that yeah. That's pretty interesting. They're able to spend kind of that whole thing into kind of a revenue driver. It's it's crazy. I can't give away that revenue but like really healthy commerce business very travel business Yeah and it grows growing month over month and they've been around a while so it's really cool..

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"dimond" Discussed on AdLeaks

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04:05 min | 6 months ago

"dimond" Discussed on AdLeaks

"I also the very bottom had like in case you're looking for something for men is here. It is just that way. You're not completely turned off for the email So we do some stuff like that. That's also really cool. And we've noticed conversion increase speaking specifically to a gender and you're shown in the products they care about first versus having scattered sheriff's mixes. Are you guys utilizing sms quality cleo so. We haven't been using sms on radio. It's been a little bit more expensive than we want it. We are using some other platforms for sms. And it's something that we are starting to offer. We've we've only done for two or three clients that we've had some success so far or so pretty early where it's not a service that we're offering to everyone our our whole thing is. We want to be the best at what we do. We're not gonna offer it two or three climbs ask us for a favorite helping them. Run it so we've kind of been toying around with over the past few weeks months It's probably something we will add later this year but again i really want to make sure that we are the best this before we offer it. But cleo adding sms is going to be huge. I think the church you seven cents per tax being sent the recipient wish to miss out very expensive as crazy crazy where working on a deal right now for a motive which is a text mention platform. I don't know if you've heard of them or not. I think it's like for the one that we have used. Utilizing the deal should hopefully getting next week Christie if you're watching this follow up with him again but basically it's like three hundred dollars a month flat fee and then one cent for every taxed which i mean is a fraction. The cost of what clave ios charger. Yes so that baffler done limited. So i mean a- limited to i would love to use flavia. You're right because i really see the benefits of being able to send..

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"dimond" Discussed on AdLeaks

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04:23 min | 6 months ago

"dimond" Discussed on AdLeaks

"Today i have chased diamond With me he is the co founder of balance labs which primarily focuses on ecommerce email marketing and cd a company growth. Thanks for joining with us. Chase madame side of the beer. How are you good. Good chase This is the first time i've actually ever met talked to chase. Chase came highly recommended by one of the co founders of add lease Sean brown Little bit more zone sean. For about two years. Now the okay panther. Nick austin Great guy yet he really is. He's the man so we'll wait for a couple of people to get on here and then we'll go ahead and get started on. What's the weather like in marin county. I actually have been outside. But it's it's sunny nice. It's been cold in the mornings. I say that you know being from california. Wherever else is freezing but forty or fifty s in the mornings lately which is cold for us probably wanting matanza twenty for you. Yeah yup yeah. Yeah it's share. We got a couple of snow on the ground. frizzy Somebody said. I'm blurry i'm on hardwired. Connection and my speeds are hundred. Megabyte so i i don't even be able to do anything about chases all than me anyway. You're clear from my so grown grown mayan. It might be the other person's connection but very well could be All right so we have about nine thousand people in here. We're going to get started. I don't know even know who this is. Messaging me a foreign number our focus clark among heart connection. I don't know why wouldn't be clear. No idea i'm hardwired. See all right so yeah. Let's go and get started So the the one thing that i was checking on a little bit about you and doing a little bit of research and i'm kind of interested to find a little bit more about this Under guises website. Boma slabs. That i owe it says you own and run gary Dot com. that's something. We get a lot so gary's name actress about a little bit differently..

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London Ambulance COO: Past few weeks "incredibly stressful"

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 8 months ago

London Ambulance COO: Past few weeks "incredibly stressful"

"The chief of London ambulance cut you mia says the past few weeks have been incredibly stressful to stop as Britain battles the second peak of the corona virus pandemic Mrs the lost six to eight weeks have seen huge cool Dimond elements need the ambulance services he hopes the worst peered at least in London has now passed we have so far seen seen a bit of a peak and now a little bit of a sitting down into effective he still remains incredibly busy Mrs the conflict on he's not having the same impact on farmers suppression a spring and someone did caring way for war and what we sell with we saw huge market demand on our services we did see a sharp drop off numbers of sick people needing ambulances to urgently get them to hospital are higher now than in the first wave Charles Taylor this month London

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Millions of hungry Americans turn to food banks for first time.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:12 min | 10 months ago

Millions of hungry Americans turn to food banks for first time.

"In the world even during times of prosperity schools handout millions of hot meals a day to children and desperate. Elderly americans are sometimes forced to choose between medicine and food now in the pandemic of twenty twenty with illness job loss and business closures millions. More americans are worried about empty. Refrigerators and baron cupboards foodbanks a doling out meals at a rapid pace and an associated press data analysis found a sharp rise in the amount of food distributed compared with last year. Meanwhile some people are skipping meals. So that children can eat and others depending on cheap food that lacks nutrition. Those fighting hunger say they've never seen anything like this. In america even during the great recession of two thousand seven to two thousand nine and still the trump administration denies and dismisses poverty as people not doing enough to help themselves from anaheim california to san antonio texas toledo ohio and orlando florida thousands of vehicles carrying hungry people queued up a miles across the horizon feeding america. The nation's largest anti hunger organization scrambled to keep up estates locked down and schools many providing free breakfasts lunches closed in late march twenty percent of the organizations two hundred food banks were in danger of running out of food. The problem with supply subsided but dimond has not feeding. America never handed out so much food so fast. Four point two billion meals for much through october the organization has seen a sixty percent average increase in food bank uses during the pandemic about foreign ten a first timers for communities of color. The pandemic has been compound. Disaster with blacks latinos reeling from disproportionately high rates of deaths infections and joblessness.

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How COVID has worsened modern slavery

Between The Lines

05:46 min | 1 year ago

How COVID has worsened modern slavery

"My guests are Sierra and Stephen. Moore. So a husband and wife team the CO founders and directors of the Anti Slavery Organization. On China now, sadly, even with all the framework implies to tackle slavery along comes twenty twenty, the covid virus complicated further by the recession of the world economy. Sarah keeping with you how has the pandemic affected the workers at the bottom of the supply chain? mean the depend makers having catastrophic effects on supply chains and the people within them. We know that right at the beginning of covid thousands of people lost their jobs overnight. For example, Bangladeshi workers in factories would just told simply not come back to work the next day I read a story of a Lady Fatima. Twenty six with one child and she said one minute I was working the Knicks I was told to go home and not come back. What will I do and we're doing this story I ever either again, just yesterday I read about full thousand Filipino workers have been laid off because they contracts have been canceled from big name brands on this side of the world. This is a reminder that lives of the poorest of the poor said they must affected. You know when factories closed down no water more krant leaving no access to medical care very disturbing stephen a terrible Arnie has come from the pen Jimmy can one of these stories can you tell us about the manufacturers of people? In Malaysia Southeast Asia. Yes so Malaysia is a major producer of rubber and therefore rubber products made from rubber, and so we know that prior to Kevin. tain they were upset in bands on on manufacturers in the US are guiding the manufacturing of a products because of the conditions of workers and the standards that were in place. What's interesting is that as the pandemic breakout at the Dimond four PPA products through those Restrictions were lifted so that those products could be made and so this is concerning regarding the explosia increasing the risk of on slavery in those areas, and that brings us to Australia I can just imagine those of you cheating gene. You'd like to think of yourself as an ethical consumer. You wouldn't buy anything from a supply that explored its employees off certainly thought that Sarah is it really true. Look here in Australia, the Global Slavery Index estimates that there around fifteen thousand people living in slavery. So they miceli in the agriculture construction domestic service hospitality and sex industries says as well as services provided often by subcontractors such as cleaning security. And even car washing. Stephen. I'm sure he made a lot of Astrid. Slavery. Happens in this country till us more. Conversations on a daily basis with lots of companies and receptionists and executive assistants who sort of take a second look in the modern modern what slavery does this sexually occur? So there is a growing understanding of this issue in certain sectors of society, which is great to say a growing desire among consumers, a young consumers to be careful in how they purchase and what they buying to know what's behind the brand and the backyard. But there is still a great need for consumers and businesses to understand what are the implications of the choices they make and to make sure that. Is for ethically my products is actually real. And you think of different types of slavery forced marriage debt bondage six slavery child labor in the strain context who are the most vulnerable groups to fall victim to exploitation soon. Well Australia we have a number of women and at times there underage who are forced into marriage. So married against the will. That is an issue. 'CAUSE estimates around four and a half thousand up to eight thousand in Australia in the new. Year. So. These these people are at risk. We also know that there a risk among temporary workers, migrant workers in Australia there's up to one million. Timber Workers in Australia and they have been badly affected by covid nineteen, and so they are now at risk of having to receive low pay and also to do jobs for no pay. As you say covers made it harder but Sarah how do you identify person or group WHO's being exploited? That's right. I mean I, guess, it depends on the industry. But for example, I read a story about a man quote Abdul who was a Bangladeshi man who was working on a construction site just outside of camera. He came here thinking that he was going to be able to earn a lot of money to send I am to his family to send his children to school. But in the end, he ended up working six days a week for around two hundred, fifty dollars and was forced to give one hundred dollars backup that to his employer for accommodation costs and so I guess it's if you're on a construction site, it's looking at WHO's there. Do they speak English do they have appropriate? Even having a conversation with them to find out. Are they. Okay. Because a lot of these people feel like they don't have a voice, they often don't speak English and. Attend to. So you know in the case of healthcare workers keeping your eye out for people who come through the emergency department who maybe controlled by an older man, for example, looking out for signs of physical sexual emotional abuse.

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Coronavirus pandemic to cost Americans $16 trillion, study finds

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:05 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus pandemic to cost Americans $16 trillion, study finds

"It's time to talk business financial analyst and broadcaster Louise Cooper Welcome back new. He's good morning. Every time I talked to you there is another enormous. Enormous, figure that sort of boggles the mind to degree that it didn't boggle the mind last week It's getting worse than the reason why I say this is it's covert again and the cost to everybody's economies the united. States that the number is once again extraordinary and the trump with these numbers are so large you think will, what does that truly mean because I just say large I can't comprehend it. So this is the former US Treasury Secretary Larry Summers coming out with a Harvard. Harvard professor coming out with a number as to what they think. It will cost covid nineteen will cost the US economy and it sixteen trillion dollars as you said, a number so fast, it's incomprehensible. So let's put it into context. So sixteen trillion dollars by the way, it is kind of a guess and hopefully we'll get a vaccine and that will that will put it all behind a sixteen trillion dollars that's almost an entire year. GDP if the economy tire years output of the American economy is almost sixteen trillion dollars, I mean the numbers huge. It's more double more than double what the US suspend on wars since nine eleven, servings, Afghanistan Iraq Syria wherever. So it's a huge number. I guess the number I liked put it into context is it's four times more costly in the global financial crisis. It. Okay. So that's the best number half of it is lost to GDP half of health, and it really does give a sense as to how cataclysmic this event is four times more costly than the global financial crisis and what does this mean as the number gets bigger and bigger and bigger? What does this mean in terms of the longevity of this crisis in coveted coming back round again, it's not going away anytime but the effect that it's having on jobs and lives and employment. Yes, and this is this is. A huge number. What relevance is that the relevant that is to you is that you may lose your job. Your income will go down. The value of your house may go down in my end up in negative equity where your mortgage is larger than than the the the. The the value of your house, it means your children and your grandchildren will be repaying the debt for decades to come it just means. Less wealth less, holidays support. Less going out to eat or even losing your home depending where you are on the income scale I mean it's quite interesting. This morning, we've also had something from the International Energy Agency warning about the the the damage kroner to the oil industry taking dimond taking years to recover years to recover oil domon down about eight percent this year, and by the way again, a bit like Larry. Summers that assumes we get a fax saying the world goes back to normal relative normal next year. So I mean these are still quite optimistic best-case scenarios giving we've heard today there's been another pause from another vaccine I think this was the Johnson and Johnson coronavirus vaccine.

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Navalny says nerve agent was found 'in and on' his body

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Navalny says nerve agent was found 'in and on' his body

"Opposition leader Alexey Navalny has demanded Russia return the clothes he was wearing on the day he fell into a coma in Siberia in a blog post the family says the nerve agent was found in on his body I think the clothes taken off him when he was hospitalized after collapsing on a Russian flight a very important material evidence he Dimond's they become fully packed in a plastic bag and returned to him in a statement the valley has blasted Russian authorities for not launching a criminal probe into what happened to him I'm Charles collect as much

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Iran executes man whose case drew international attention

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Iran executes man whose case drew international attention

"Iran's state TV is reporting that the country's authorities have executed a wrestler for allegedly murdering a man off to president Donald Trump us for the twenty seven year old condemned man's life to be spat never carries the case has drawn the attention of a social media campaign that portrayed him and his brothers as victims targeted over participating in protests against Iran's Shiite theocracy in two thousand and eighteen thirty is accused of carrying stabbing a water supply company employees in the southern city of Shiraz amid the unrest the case revived the Dimond inside the country to stop carrying out the death penalty it's also sparked international outrage I'm sorry I. Sheckley

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Iran executes man whose case drew international attention

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Iran executes man whose case drew international attention

"Iran's state TV is reporting that the country's authorities have executed a wrestler for allegedly murdering a man off to president Donald Trump us for the twenty seven year old condemned man's life to be spat never carries the case has drawn the attention of a social media campaign that portrayed him and his brothers as victims targeted over participating in protests against Iran's Shiite theocracy in two thousand and eighteen thirty is accused of carrying stabbing a water supply company employees in the southern city of Shiraz amid the unrest the case revived the Dimond inside the country to stop carrying out the death penalty it's also sparked international outrage I'm sorry I. Sheckley

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The Latest: UK working on 20-minute coronavirus test

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: UK working on 20-minute coronavirus test

"The British government says it's investing in a corona virus test that gives results in as little as twenty minutes as critics say test for the virus are being Russian because the system can't cope with it Dimond has the secretary Matt Hancock says the government is expanding trials of two new tests a no swap saliva test and another that gives results in minutes it's also running a trial on the benefits of repeat testing of people without symptoms Britain has hugely expanded its testing capacity since the start of the pandemic but critics say it's still not doing enough to find and isolate people with the corona virus seven shockingly London

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The Latest: UK working on 20-minute coronavirus test

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: UK working on 20-minute coronavirus test

"The British government says it's investing in a corona virus test that gives results in as little as twenty minutes as critics say test for the virus are being Russian because the system can't cope with it Dimond has the secretary Matt Hancock says the government is expanding trials of two new tests a no swap saliva test and another that gives results in minutes it's also running a trial on the benefits of repeat testing of people without symptoms Britain has hugely expanded its testing capacity since the start of the pandemic but critics say it's still not doing enough to find and isolate people with the corona virus seven shockingly London

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Despite Pandemic, Hong Kong Protesters' Demands Remain

All Things Considered

04:23 min | 1 year ago

Despite Pandemic, Hong Kong Protesters' Demands Remain

"You we're going to turn our attention now to Hong Kong you may remember that last year there were mass protests that started over a bill that would have made it easier to extradite people to China the protester grew to include broader pro democracy issues like an investigation into use of force by police the treatment of protesters in Hong Kong even became another friction point in U. S. Chinese affairs but then the corona virus pandemic hit efforts to control the virus changed everything so we wanted more perspective on how it's changed life in Hong Kong so once again we've called on a lawmaker there with whom we've been keeping in touch elephant young he's a member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong and he's the leader of the pro democracy civic party outfit young nice to have you back on the program thanks for joining us thank you for having me and first of all you know I'm going to ask how are you how are you doing surviving or think just like the rest of the world Hong Kong is still hanging in there we imposed a very strict social distancing role as far as the restaurants and entertainment are concerned that has been relax a bit run two weeks ago but the people still going to work and everybody's wearing a mask let's get to the news the media news yesterday a police watchdog group released a report which had been long awaited especially by people like yourself which looked into charges of police brutality during last year's pro democracy protests the report found that the police pretty much used force only when necessary what's your reaction to those findings first of all I wish to make the audience make it clear to them that this police watched all members of such were appointed directly by the chief executive nobody from the opposition were members so basically the whole group is pro Beijing and so we were not expecting a lot from this watchdog in first place anyway but it was completely disappointing when they fully accept the explanation by the police without taking police brutality into accounts what's been happening in this area now that the social distancing measures that you described have been relaxed somewhat in Hong Kong have there been further demonstrations have there been further clashes with police there are still people who tried to come out and try to protest in a very gentle way not really protest that they gather in shopping malls for example and put up the slogans but Hong Kong police still become very brutal to them they charge them for illegal assembly for example the restriction restrictive people off before but we have seen enormous cases that the police were still issued is fine to the people who basically alone in a mall but police allege them for joining the gathering so we're expecting some cases will challenge in court of disqualifying I'm presuming that your demands as a pro democracy lawmaker and activists have not changed if the government is using efforts to control the virus as an opportunity to clamp down even further on gatherings what avenues do you have to make your case of course right now when the pandemic still out there it is very difficult to have major protests like what we had last year with over a million people participating but I have full faith in Hong Kong people that when the pandemic is over I'm sure they'll come out again and the Dimond says you've mentioned a bit earlier we are not changing we are not asking for the moon at the five two months namely universal suffrage that is direct democracy upon people and independent investigation of police brutality is still very strong in people's mind regardless of the pandemic and so when there's an opportunity I'm sure Hong Kong people will come out and take to the street again how would you describe the atmosphere in Hong Kong overall after you know everything that everyone there has been through I mean we talked about you know the violence then this deadly global pandemic how would you describe the mood there what would you want us to know about what life is like there right now to a certain extent life is still as usual the politically we can see that the Hong Kong government is taking full advantage of this corona but we are not going to just simply say go ahead we will

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Samsung expects profit decline as pandemic hits sales

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Samsung expects profit decline as pandemic hits sales

"Well Sam Sanchez in Seoul modestly lower us Samsung's profit slipping off to the corona virus outbreak hurt demand for its smartphones and gadgets that has been offset in part by demand for the memory chips used in data centers in computers which allow people to work and study from home Samsung warned that second quarter earnings may decline as the virus hits Dimond they also full C. missing there on twenty twenty revenue projections by a double digit percentage should the pandemic possessed into the second

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June crude futures extend losses, dropping nearly 25% to $10.30 a barrel

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

01:43 min | 1 year ago

June crude futures extend losses, dropping nearly 25% to $10.30 a barrel

"Yeah I mean what happened in the oil market yesterday so let's get to the markets WTI down seventeen percent were just below eleven dollars a barrel all that we plunge twenty five percent yesterday was about the biggest oil ETF U. S. I'm selling down its June WTI contracts without exacerbated the volatility is sold all his holdings in the June WTI contract what you saw was a widening in the spread between the June and July a double chocolate tracks as some people trading around that and you do start to question how much more volatility we might see until the contract expires on may of the nineteenth Brent down five and a half percent to eighteen eighty nine dollars a barrel and of course the backup tool this is still concerns about Dimond and of course concerns about storage U. S. produces has started making crude deliveries to the country's emergency stockpile as that storage space is running out of in terms of how that played out in other markets interesting you actually saw the S. and P. five hundred at its highest since March tenth yesterday so didn't seem to reverberate too much across equity markets U. S. futures right now all over the weekend on two tenths of a percent own S. and P. E. minis were flat on Dow and nasdaq futures in European equities we were seeing futures slightly positive and now that we're actually into the open six minutes and what just up a tenth of a percent so a little bit of positivity that but nothing much to shout about the ten year treasury yield steady on a sixty five handle quiet in European bond markets as well ten year bond yield ten year gilt yields go no weapon in terms of FX you're releasing some narrow ranges in most of G. ten other pre but dollar index is up two tenths of a percent and it's largely under performance in the key we that you're seeing and that's to do with a rate cut bets around the all B. and said because of a note out from westpac already covered oil so that sit in the market today

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Hobbled by coronavirus, China's first-quarter GDP shrinks for first time on record

BBC World Service

03:57 min | 1 year ago

Hobbled by coronavirus, China's first-quarter GDP shrinks for first time on record

"Kerry let's stay with China the economy there is now worth fourteen trillion dollars the second largest in the world since opening up its economy in the nineteen seventies it has grown every single quarter until now compared to the same period last year Chinese national income or GDP has fallen by almost seven percent as a direct result of covert nineteen the collapse was even more pronounced if you compare the first quarter with those three months immediately preceding us motion young is the spokesperson of the Chinese national bureau of statistics the police United Kingdom I think what we can see that the sudden attack of covert nineteen has indeed had a pretty big impact on the economic performance of our country in the first quarter major economic indicators clearly declined we must also see that in March those indicators showed momentum of rebound and the decline has been narrowed Krishna was sunny is our Asia business correspondent based in Singapore and I asked her for more details on these scary figures well we've got a whole set of figures released on Friday along with the GDP data which is typically what happens every time China releases the growth figures so what we also learnt was that retail sales which is how much people are buying in China fell by nineteen percent in the first three months of the year that's an astounding statistic and really showing you just how badly the lockdown people being **** I thank did add their ability to go out and buy things and that's the same elsewhere in the world the other interesting figure I thought was the fact that industrial production dropped eight point four percent in the past three months in the and that also is a reflection of the fact that factories just aren't making as many things for the outside world either so you've got to pressures on the Chinese economy one that people at home haven't been buying and the other is of course Dimond and rest of the world is slowing down because so many of us have stuck in our homes in lockdown as a result of add the measures governments are taking to combat the corona virus as we were hearing from a motion young from the national bureau of statistics he was referring to the uptake near the end of that quarter so they're kind of saying that the worst was at the beginning of the quarter rather than at the end do you see evidence that the Chinese economy is re emerging from its chrysalis yeah I do see some evidence and you can see that companies are going back to what the American chamber of commerce says that nearly a quarter of their companies expect to return to normal business operations by the end of this month on a wider scale domestically you are seeing evidence Chinese companies are going back to work to still they have to face strict social distancing measures which means that it's very difficult to go back to operating they were before the corona virus hit at China and in terms of actual normal life resuming normal business operations resuming nobody I've spoken to says that's going to happen before the end of the year the Chinese economy shrank by six point eight percent a record breaking amount compared to the same quarter last year I get the markets in Asia were positive so far on Friday was that because they had feared and even worse number from Chinese GDP you know the range of numbers in the forecasts for Chinese GDP Joe went from anything from six point five percent to twenty eight percent so I think people which is so worried about what kind of impact they was going to be any sign that things weren't as bad as they could have been has injected to some degree of optimism in to add the markets here in Asia but I can't be at that with the fact that people have been buying at the smallest into positive news and then selling when numbers in the second country go very high in terms of infection so I think that this optimism will be short

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US sheds 701,000 jobs, ending a record-long hiring streak

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

US sheds 701,000 jobs, ending a record-long hiring streak

"With the government years reports of a store employers to cuts cut and rising seven hundred Dimond one already thousand straining jobs and last it just month resources and VAT the health vastly service is understates facing the biggest just how test bad it is the a losses seventy two may have year been history because employers off were the delays surveyed have before been sharply the heaviest criticized virus related the conservative lay offs government the past is two racing weeks to ensure nearly the hospitals ten million and Americans clinics have applied across the for country jobless have benefits the staffing since then and with equipment roughly ninety they need percent of to the population cope with the corona under some virus type onslaught of shutdown order the some government economists is building forecast several another make shift ten hospitals million jobs as a scrambles will be lost to by find month's thousands end of additional they predict ventilators unemployment will hit and build fifteen up stocks percent of mosques the worst gloves since and the Great other Depression protective equipment Sager mag ani there is Washington shockingly London

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US sheds 701,000 jobs, ending a record-long hiring streak

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

US sheds 701,000 jobs, ending a record-long hiring streak

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"dimond" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:07 min | 1 year ago

"dimond" Discussed on AP News

"With years of a store to cuts and rising Dimond already straining and it just resources the health service is facing the biggest test it is a 72 year history off the delays have been sharply criticized the conservative government is racing to ensure the hospitals and clinics across the country have the staffing and equipment they need to cope with the corona virus onslaught the government is building several make shift hospitals as a scrambles to find thousands of additional ventilators and build up stocks of mosques gloves and other protective equipment there is shockingly London

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"dimond" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:07 min | 1 year ago

"dimond" Discussed on AP News

"With years of a store to cuts and rising Dimond already straining and it just resources the health service is facing the biggest test it is a 72 year history off the delays have been sharply criticized the conservative government is racing to ensure the hospitals and clinics across the country have the staffing and equipment they need to cope with the corona virus onslaught the government is building several make shift hospitals as a scrambles to find thousands of additional ventilators and build up stocks of mosques gloves and other protective equipment there is shockingly London

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"dimond" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:07 min | 1 year ago

"dimond" Discussed on AP News

"With years of a store to cuts and rising Dimond already straining and it just resources the health service is facing the biggest test it is a 72 year history off the delays have been sharply criticized the conservative government is racing to ensure the hospitals and clinics across the country have the staffing and equipment they need to cope with the corona virus onslaught the government is building several make shift hospitals as a scrambles to find thousands of additional ventilators and build up stocks of mosques gloves and other protective equipment there is shockingly London

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"dimond" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:07 min | 1 year ago

"dimond" Discussed on AP News

"With years of a store to cuts and rising Dimond already straining and it just resources the health service is facing the biggest test it is a 72 year history off the delays have been sharply criticized the conservative government is racing to ensure the hospitals and clinics across the country have the staffing and equipment they need to cope with the corona virus onslaught the government is building several make shift hospitals as a scrambles to find thousands of additional ventilators and build up stocks of mosques gloves and other protective equipment there is shockingly London

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"dimond" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:07 min | 1 year ago

"dimond" Discussed on AP News

"With years of a store to cuts and rising Dimond already straining and it just resources the health service is facing the biggest test it is a 72 year history off the delays have been sharply criticized the conservative government is racing to ensure the hospitals and clinics across the country have the staffing and equipment they need to cope with the corona virus onslaught the government is building several make shift hospitals as a scrambles to find thousands of additional ventilators and build up stocks of mosques gloves and other protective equipment there is shockingly London

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"dimond" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:07 min | 1 year ago

"dimond" Discussed on AP News

"With years of a store to cuts and rising Dimond already straining and it just resources the health service is facing the biggest test it is a 72 year history off the delays have been sharply criticized the conservative government is racing to ensure the hospitals and clinics across the country have the staffing and equipment they need to cope with the corona virus onslaught the government is building several make shift hospitals as a scrambles to find thousands of additional ventilators and build up stocks of mosques gloves and other protective equipment there is shockingly London

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"dimond" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:07 min | 1 year ago

"dimond" Discussed on AP News

"With years of a store to cuts and rising Dimond already straining and it just resources the health service is facing the biggest test it is a 72 year history off the delays have been sharply criticized the conservative government is racing to ensure the hospitals and clinics across the country have the staffing and equipment they need to cope with the corona virus onslaught the government is building several make shift hospitals as a scrambles to find thousands of additional ventilators and build up stocks of mosques gloves and other protective equipment there is shockingly London

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"dimond" Discussed on On the Rise

On the Rise

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"dimond" Discussed on On the Rise

"Everyone as well chased. Why don't you give us a quick and dirty intros are all good and everything. Why don't you give us a quick and dirty and let us know where you're from how you ended up in this crazy space? And what are you most excited about in your business? Absolutely so appraised so in in orange. County California so I live in southern California. where the weather's always great love it here I got into. Into a C., begin cannabis up about two and a half years ago, my background was in building, online communities and one that always intrigued me must have cannabis. CBD, so I built the site about two and a half years ago. wreath on it's no longer up, but we basically was indeed about twenty five to thirty, thousand one hundred newsletter and kind of tens of thousands of monthly visit our website and it was from that that learning about. Kennedy was always kind of something I was scared to talk to people about the CBS evening, a lot, more fitting and less judgy, so I ended up launching A. Of My own here the December Twenty Keno brands for pets in particular for dogs, and from there kind to build a whole marketing agency from that experience. Nice and you have been specializing primarily in email outreach on behalf of cannabis and CBD brands, and for anybody who's been listening to my podcast, or has been a guest on my podcast in this sneaking into get more secrets. You guys know from personal experience how challenging. It can beat a market online, so many brands and businesses are working overtime building out their email lists so that they can internally market to their ecosystems I'll share a little bit about how we've been able to do that ourselves, but chase from you I'd love to hear. What gave you the foresight and understanding how important it was to use email versus social media or traditional marketing platforms? Yes, there's eases to that one. My background's always been in email, so email a note writer when starting this agency want people came to be saying. Hey, you know email share thing so in building all these online communities email was a huge acquisition channel whether that was kind of scraping rider, getting data from platforms like instagram around people, posting Hashtag cannabis or people following TV related accounts. I was able to go on and find emails in their able. Find email contact by actually connect with them. Emails finish huge. Huge acquisition channel for every businesses mine as well huge retention and conversion channel right, so you use email to communicate content and built trust, and once you have that trust. It's lot a lot easier to sell products in south services, so yes, my background being an email kinda led to invest and knowing how important it was for these brands I cannot rely on platforms like facebook instagram Google to build their own own audience is crucial your customers. You can use them to share the referral. You can have worth now. I think having your own audience where you control. Don't have to put a dollar and every single time. Display messages this huge. Yeah, it is really huge. I'll use myself as a personal example because they. What better way to do that so? I like to say. We built our business upside down. I don't like to say that, but it's the truth. We built our business upside down. We built this massive community, not having a product or service to south, and but we did have a mission. We had a mission. We had a movement that we wanted to create, and that was to legalize cannabis right legalize. Don't criticize and two and a half years ago. When we started this community, it was is still a very much of a taboo, even more so than it is certainly more so than it is today. It was a very. Very taboo subject, and so we were doing everything and anything that we could to humanize the content or subject of cannabis, the community, the mission that movement that we wanted to cultivate, which was global, ended up pulling people from all different spaces, and what about three months we organically one hundred thousand people, maybe four months, and my husband came to me and said I should probably do a video now. This was on facebook. Live was like in its infancy. Nobody had any idea what it was capable of, and I was like a video I had a baby five minutes ago like are. Are you kidding me I'm not getting on camera and he's like come on, just do a video I'm like okay fine, so jump on and I do a video and I was I didn't want anyone to see me. I didn't want any like I was just so embarrassed. I had no idea what I was going to say. Well, our must've worked I still to this day to remember what I said it must have worked because the community went from one, hundred, thousand, three, hundred and forty five thousand people in the next forty five days now. What did this mean for us it? It meant that we had cracked the code on creating the internal ecosystem and any money that we had spent previous to that time was now compounding on top of itself. It's like a bank account that continues to accumulate money. Three years later, there were two and a half years later. Here we are. We spend no money on advertising, and at the Click of the button can generate hundreds of new customers from our social media platforms alone. That's not including our messenger less or our email list, so spending money wants to build a long term ecosystem asset. Think about it like a moat. Castle. Wants pays you over and over and over again and if you're consistent, it continues to compound on top of each other. Now it's certainly a long term strategy tastes talk to me about the companies who who can really leverage email, marketing or the strategies that you have in particular to the to the highest to their highest ability I know that you know email and community building in some of these things some are considered long term, and some are considered short term strategies for businesses, asking this question in particularly because I was speaking to some clients today. Who are in that mode right now? They have to move units now like in the next thirty days. That needle needs to move. where, there's other clients of mine who were like you know I have some time. I have some runway really WanNa see this work. How would you describe the path that accompany who needs to move units now versus a company who has a bit of runway? How would you recommend that? They approach marketing in those two scenarios. Question the first question. Like who is it a candidate for email writing rake candidates for? Our clients have products that are consumable products equal arches on a weekly monthly basis. So that's that's the best fit for me to work with mattress companies where you sell customer, a mattress Kovacs five years right. Be Cannabis were heat were buying every single month..

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"dimond" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"dimond" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"At the group of surplus countries they tend to grow faster than the world economy during period of global up swings but they also contract more sharply during periods of global downturns and the exact opposite is true for the deficit countries additionally when growth one global growth falls trong internal Dimond's can also help protect jobs and this is because the mystic demands is more strongly linked to services which is far more labor intensive rest exports is far more capital intensive we are actually seeing this that shield induction into your area today the resilience of services is one of the key reasons why we're not suffering the loss of employment as a result of the decline of the manufacturing sector so that's for resilience but there's also benefits to be had as a result of rebalancing more dynamic internal growth offers a way to improve the functioning of the euro area and to accelerate crisis recovery since countries in the monetary union do not have the phone exchange rate they have to adjust to crisis through prices now this is obviously much easier to achieve when growth is strong at the euro area level and when inflation is in line with the Seabees objectives adjusting countries can quickly improve their relative prices export more to all the members of the union but if in total Dimond is too weak and inflation is too low search rebalancing across countries obviously becomes harder and to some extent this is what we saw in the euro area off to the crisis as Dimond was stronger in our trading partners vulnerable countries to reverse the imbalance mainly by increasing net exports outside the euro area nine forty eight strengthening internal growth is fully consistent with all countries maintaining their competitiveness if countries boost growth by investing in productive areas of the economy it not only lifts Dimond in the short run it also provide provides the ingredients for maintaining competitiveness in the long run given the global challenges with facing so now let me move to the question of how do you do that and what can policies actually do to help achieve what I'm determined to say is not a dream these.

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"dimond" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"dimond" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Upset in four sets by Alex Dimond nor also Serena Williams an ash party both Swype straight sets winners today I'm a Jack or is it a matter beautiful downtown Las Vegas ten PM eastern seven percent for Ron and next I'd like to introduce other in Colorado it's your live in local sports talk show good and terrible I think you to enter in to become rail homies man I hate those guys here's your host Ryan Kaufman with the godfather of Colorado springs sports radio welcome in our number two on this Friday hopefully you're already off to your Labor Day weekend we'll keep you updated on the traffic because there's only it's only gonna get worse around now by tell whether you are in traffic or trying to wait out the traffic we are glad that you're a board with us this hour is wide open for you to why interact and two eight six zero zero four six here a little bit more from Vic Fangio after last night's preseason closer are we also and I will keep you updated on the cuts that are being made by the Broncos right now we're up to twelve cuts made by the Denver Broncos in the last twenty four hours so keep the update on that some other high profile guys at least high profile in terms of being former Broncos Shane ray Brandon Marshall both cut by their respective teams when she like Brandon Marshall back like just I know injuries has because a lot of problems but when Brandon Marshall laughs I think a lot of people realized that the Broncos could do worse for an inside linebacker and we know the Broncos are gonna be active on the cut wire they're gonna be looking around to trying to grab a bunch of dudes today they did make a trade with the New England Patriots they got a cornerback now what the Broncos seemingly don't realize is that that doesn't cut both ways bill Belichick doesn't give up talented players he gets them he finds them on your roster for deep on the depth chart and says I'll take that guy and you think what an idiot and then turns them into an all pro so if bill Belichick is getting rid of this guy I don't know that we really need to bother learning his name do you have his name wheels Dawson that's all I know dot when Dawson there you go cornerback Kansas City Chiefs so I will keep you updated on any player movement that happens while we're on the air waves I two nine eight the rocky mountain showdown goes down for the last time at mile high I at least as current plans set the box and the rams will once again meet up and I know we're in Colorado springs or were sometimes we feel like we're very much involved in what happens in the greater Denver Denver metro area but sometimes we disconnect from what happens up there and I feel like even now I know that rams fans embossed fans exist in Colorado springs hammer from too many of you I think it speaks to the point that mark his will made in the Denver post today the Rocky Mount showdown as we know it being played at mile high is dying of apathy we don't care enough and I say that I mean then the collective we all fans not just the ones you know we like this small group that we have between me and you listeners maybe a higher percentage of you care about what happens in the Rocky Mount showdown what you're trying to fill as much is I love our latest ratings my audience alone is not enough to fill up mile high and no radio audience is large enough to fill.

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"dimond" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

Reasons to be Cheerful

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"dimond" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

"With asleep it's i read it three general called sucked anyway yeah yeah an but it's simple listened support for cities all nations to take the steps now to set up the white regulatory frameworks for them to work in so of a wise for instance driverless cause um of dimond responsive transport moods all can be really good up plugging this gap between whereas i knows main transport networks andand way you actually live but if we don't regulate for them to for instance only work cannot space then you'll have driverless poets coming into central london because yeah they'll will be much more convenient for people to use and without a driver the driver is the main course if you get in a taxi that's the main course of the journey is paying touching however however transit driverless option his sort of what you're saying exactly and we need to think about jobs in that context too you know what kind of jobs will be useful but i mean it has the potential to transform i cities so if we made a decision actually we don't want cities tough 'cause anymore you know we'll have driverless cars and they'll connecting with the public transport that could free up a huge amount of space honestly co said it's going to be cheaper so it's there's a huge amount of it's going to be driven to happen but we need it to be that driverless cars help us to get clean green cities if it was from properly free upload spice spice as well because they wouldn't be public halls of exactly exactly yeah so they could be for example cycle lanes and then he could have know walking and cycling and driverless cars and public transport in cities and you could have adult stora for if you're in a rural area that is much more comprehensive but has to be thought through and planned conscious is not just going to happen but at least those who what so things are political parties do the best job for about two left.

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"dimond" Discussed on Epicenter Bitcoin

Epicenter Bitcoin

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"dimond" Discussed on Epicenter Bitcoin

"At the day dimond for health workers or writedowns her patient levelled sort of tracking over a long period of time are the clinical parameters that show with a you having success or noughts i'm in a treatment regimen and that was really important mian saga fascinated by the use of data within developments and so one of my career is really really reaping about i'm venturing on datadriven projects and datadriven i'm ventures uh in including some nonprofits and and uh and and this this day to stem a venture that we that we've are launched so that's a good segue into exile foundation tell us about about this so this project and worthy goals here yeah so i'm around four years back i was actually taken a bit of a career break and was lying on a hammock in sri lanka all things and the great internet connection there four g connection and i was thinking about how to solve the problem of supply and demand within on services that seemed to always have an increasing demand and never enough supply and the suppliers usually driven institutionally and we've been working on on models of care delivery and and social support i'm delivered through networks of community agents and the real challenge there is know how do you collect the data how do you incentivize how do you move inflammation around these decentralised nitwits huggy govern govern the the transfers of value and and the information and i was it was lying stormed in surfing the web and seoul uh some articles by bitcoin and some had this year recommend and so well wouldn't it be great if we could insert the information about s the services that are being delivered into a into these transactions and transfer value and information's inflammation of value in fact.

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"dimond" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"dimond" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"At the day dimond for health workers or writedowns her patient levelled sort of tracking over a long period of time are the clinical parameters that show with a you having success or noughts i'm in a treatment regimen and that was really important mian saga fascinated by the use of data within developments and so one of my career is really really reaping about i'm venturing on datadriven projects and datadriven i'm ventures uh in including some nonprofits and and uh and and this this day to stem a venture that we that we've are launched so that's a good segue into exile foundation tell us about about this so this project and worthy goals here yeah so i'm around four years back i was actually taken a bit of a career break and was lying on a hammock in sri lanka all things and the great internet connection there four g connection and i was thinking about how to solve the problem of supply and demand within on services that seemed to always have an increasing demand and never enough supply and the suppliers usually driven institutionally and we've been working on on models of care delivery and and social support i'm delivered through networks of community agents and the real challenge there is know how do you collect the data how do you incentivize how do you move inflammation around these decentralised nitwits huggy govern govern the the transfers of value and and the information and i was it was lying stormed in surfing the web and seoul uh some articles by bitcoin and some had this year recommend and so well wouldn't it be great if we could insert the information about s the services that are being delivered into a into these transactions and transfer value and information's inflammation of value in fact.

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"dimond" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"dimond" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"Can you be the person in the room who on dimond can be full attention can stay calm uh an access was wonderful ideas about you you can be the problem solver in the moment i am a great way to start a practice is just a um a couple of the pretzel every time i log into free so i will take one deep rough and that can be a startingpoint for your mind from his practice so you know i think check facebook many many times a day so that's many many debretts that we can cross i love what she said about that too primate because a tatyana was saying you nine i'm interested in and i'm reading this balkan you know life goes fast much than falls apart so that that idea that it's available anytime and that you don't have to succeed or fail um you know by doing it right uh and uh that i've for me i guess i i think of it more as i'm rituals like you were just suggesting know that but when i log in a row for i start conversation to take a moment to pause and that that is that is the practice i'm doesn't have to look like an hour on a question yep exactly exactly that the wonderful way well you know i think that um the one thing i have enabled to implement is taking depressed went up stressed out in that seems already to help quite a bit and i had a friend frame it for me saying that when your mind wanders don't get angry it yourself think of yourself it's so nice of my mind to remind me that it's wandering on a heart and now i can focus on what's important.

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