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"Here's Ed Corry for an automaker to be competitive in the pickup truck market out doing rivals on torque and towing capacity is not enough anymore. And that means the interior of the vehicle Davis, who's an analyst at IHS market. He says that includes using bigger dashboard, display screens did with the twelve inch display on a new ram, fifteen hundred the big display helped vault Fiat Chrysler ram truck line into second place ahead of GM's Chevy Silverado in sales. David says automakers are also getting into next generation head up displays which project speed and other information onto a windshield. The colors and technologies evidence to a point where we're actually starting to talk about reality Davis says the interior improvements are driven by the way, consumers are using pickup trucks for hauling big junction materials are used for work. Stuff like that. It's us more for transportation. I'm Ed Corry. Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio four thirty nine on WBZ fifty eight degrees right now in Boston. This week, marks the seventy fifth anniversary of d day and soon. We were down at the docks. And then we found unit to the hundred and first aid one division carrying everything. They could carry by hand boarding landing craft though, so heavily Laden they had to be pushed off the docks by trucks. The voice is Jack leaves a World War, Two, newsreel cameraman when he wasn't filming some of the war's most important moments to be shown to movie audiences back home. He was taking home movies with a personal camera to show, family and friends, and these are units of the hundred and first division of our landing craft of using themselves. And I don't have to tell you who this man is imitating. He was a Notre Dame football player at one time, and I was told later on that he was killed in the action. Any day. Aaniversary is significant the one coming up this week. The seventy fifth may well be the last one, which veterans of the landing can attend returning veterans of always been a part of these events, five years ago. Charlie Wilson came back to Utah beach where he landed in his tank, you didn't spend too much time. Here was not to stay here, then off this Daegu beats get out of here and never looked back. Charlie says he'd like to come back for this anniversary to but at ninety three now, his family says the trip would be too hard even with his spirit. Go back today. If I had to because I'm still in the kids here I feel kick butts. If I had to Leslie crews had parachuted into Normandy, ended the invasion. He came back last.
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"Business beyond. Visit Comcast business dot com. Traffic on the town's every ten minutes, mornings and afternoons. Brian noble's? News ninety three point one K F B K. Turning my today with clouds giving way to some sunshine will have a high of sixty eight degrees tonight will be mainly clear with a low of forty six then turning warmer with sun and a high of seventy six tomorrow, mostly sunny and very warm high eighty two Thursday, I'm AccuWeather centers air news, ninety three point one K F B K we've got about sixty in the bay area. Low sixties fifty three here in the valley right now showing a little bit of rain of an elder auto hill. Still. So we may have some shower activity. That's your weather at five twenty two now at news ninety three point one. K if became okay time now for our first check of money news on this early Tuesday morning. Let's get to Ed Corry from the Bloomberg business desk morning. Ed. Good morning looks like we're going to kick off with higher numbers on Wall Street today. The Dow futures up one hundred seventy three points s and p futures up ten in the NASDAQ indicators higher well up almost thirty two this. They controlled Hulu is going to buy back AT and T's nine and a half percent stake in the video stream. Naming service. It's a deal at values Hulu at fifteen billion dollars. Elon Musk's SpaceX has been awarded a US government contract to launch nance's double asteroid redirection tests. The program is seeking to be the first ever to demonstrate the ability to actually deflect an asteroid by colliding a spacecraft into one at high speed champion is the clothing brand best known for well, Jim attire. But it's having a big revival. It's hot as teens and millennials like logo apparel. These days in throwback. Gear has returned right now. The Dow futures are up one hundred seventy two points. I'm Ed Corry. With a Bloomberg business report on news ninety three point one K F B K. Thank you. We've got more news for you this morning as well lift says it's going to start keeping continuous background checks on its drivers the ride hailing company said yesterday, it will now run daily criminal.
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"Of all give us a scene center. And how concerned are people there about what President Trump may do? Hey, good morning guys. Yeah. Thank you so much the port of entry at the pedestrian bridge right now. It's already busy this morning. People are starting their day. You know, they're catching the trolley. But there is some uncertainty about is possible border closure again, it's kind of looming over everyone here and the economic impacts that closure could have they could be catastrophic. We know that there was a temporary border closure here in November. Even though it was only a few hours long. The cost was actually five point three million dollars took an economic loss here in the border region San Diego region. So, you know, if you think about that, it's it's everything from keeping workers, many of them who are US citizens just living in Mexico from getting to their jobs in the US hit the shops and restaurants, not to mention the huge loss America's outlets here, which is ended up closing back in November when the border closed so win these win the border closes. Are there any exceptions who can pass if you? You are an American that live in Mexico, or if there are certain shipments that need to get through. Are there? Any exceptions. You know that that depends, and I don't know about the last border closure. But I guess that it might be different for this one. And it is a worry around here because of a few things one this particular time is a spring break time. Do we have a lot of people a lot of Americans that are down in Mexico, Baja California and sonata, you know, having a good time if the border shutdown would they be able to get back across we don't know the answer to that plus shipments. Like, you mentioned, you know, we just had a reporting yesterday that things like our precious avocados and lime produce, you know, the Quila getting across the border, absolutely. She goes there. Okay. Sarah, listen, I thank you very much for the report. And I think frankly, they're trying to figure this out at the White House today. They're not really sure what is going to be allowed over the border or not over the border in this is going to take. I don't know how this ends. But thank you, Sarah. Thank you, sir. Appreciate it. Well, coming up. Ed Corry has your money news that first at five fifty at news ninety three point one KFC K, traffic.
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"For a business and money, and we're going to get to Ed curry Bloomberg at the business desk to talk a little bit about apple. And apparently, I understand that they've canceled a planned accessory. What's going on with this? Barely was supposed to be selling. Something called the air. Power wireless charging, Matt. Now, they said, you know, you can throw your apple watch your iphone in your air ponds on this thing. All once maybe and it would charge them. All now, they say the air power. Just wasn't good enough to meet iphones. The iphone makers quality standard. Let's talk about the airline disruptions today. Multiple airlines have had issues to date. Now. The F A says they have been resolved still, you know, it wouldn't hurt if you wanna fly coming up just double check with the airline airlines were having trouble with a flight planning weight and balance program called aero data. Again, they think they've fixed the problem, but make sure your flight is still on of it's coming up soon. This morning Burger King is selling a plant based burger the chain has announced a test run for the burger and. Fifty nine restaurants. They're gonna use patties from impossible foods right now. The Dow futures up two hundred and ten points. I'm Ed Corry. With a Bloomberg business report on news ninety three point one K F B K. All right. Ed. Thanks very much. Appreciate that. As of last week. There have been sixteen confirmed measles cases in California. This is becoming an issue, including eleven outbreak associated cases, we take a look at what's contributing to the rise. Most cases people get better on their own but others with complications, including dehydration and pneumonia. And then in some cases, encephalitis inflammation of the brain or even death. And he's serious complications occur about one out of every thousand cases of measles decorating Blumberg chief of pediatric infectious diseases at UC Davis children's hospital. He says there's a rising cases because their pockets of vaccine hesitancy in the US and worldwide when measles gets into one of these pockets, it can be transmitted because it's so infectious and so even. The people that are vaccinated might end up getting.
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"Corry is live at the Bloomberg news desk. Charity. Good morning. Looks like stocks are going to be opening higher today. Wall Street closing out his strong first quarter with an up session on Friday s and p five hundred index is up thirteen percent. So far this year for the best quarter showing in about a decade. Dow futures up one eighty four s and p futures up nineteen the NASDAQ indicator is higher it is up sixty seven points, or if you're flying you may want to check with the airline today. Check on the status of your flight, south west delta, United and Alaska air all say, they're having some kind of system outage. So your flight disruption is a possibility as looks like Wall Street closed down a strong first quarter apple has cancelled its planned airpower wireless charging Matt respond to be able to toss. Your watch your iphone your air pot on this thing, and it would charge them all at once. In tweets apple says, it just wasn't meeting its standards for quality. Crude oil is up seventy four cents at sixty dollars eighty six cents that's up one and a quarter percent right now. Dow futures are up one hundred eighty seven points live with the Bloomberg business report. I'm Ed Corry on NewsRadio twelve hundred W O a all right. Thanks, ed. Breaking news on the hour at the half and anytime at W dot com. Brought to you by comfort air engineering now, traffic and weather together. From the wwl way. I traffic center definitely starting to see some building traffic. Right. Where do you expect eastbound highway ninety around military general had Nell.
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"Skies, a high of eighty tonight's low fifty six right now, partly cloudy. Fifty six degrees. Seven thirty one at NewsRadio twelve hundred w away. I after talking about decriminalization for years. It looks like the legislatures finally ready to approve it. The house criminal jurisprudence committee favorably past the marijuana decriminalization Bill five to two was authored by democratic state. Representative Joe moody keeps marijuana illegal but enforces those laws with a civil penalty. Instead of a criminal one moody says the Bill makes fiscal sense. There are roughly seventy thousand arrests per year for marijuana possession in Texas about ninety seven percent of which are for small amounts. The price tag of nearly seven hundred and thirty four million dollars. Every year. Decriminalization is also included in the Texas GOP platform at the capitol. Chris FOX NewsRadio twelve hundred w o. A Alisa trying to sort out a disturbance inside a northside home early today that left at thirty four year old man dead. Police were called the twelve thousand block of Walt Hampton near the blossoms center were told the man who was shot was an intruder. He was dead on arrival at the hospital a woman a woman is being treated for less serious gunshot wounds at another man has been detained some emotional testimony in Austin, as a trio of abortion survivors, testified on a Bill that would increase penalties for doctors who do not help fetuses born alive clerical well of Austin is one of them people. I'm, sir. Or maybe they're in denial that abortion, survivors exist. They obviously do not want to see our faces because it destroys what they have believed about a woman's right to choose two thousand two federal law already extends legal protection to infants alive after abortion. This Bill extends the penalties. Doctors could be fined one hundred thousand dollars. They don't give medical treatment high profile lawyer, Michael Alva naughty who represented porn star. Stormy Daniels in her hush money claims against President Trump wants had dreams of being elected president now. Now, he might be behind bars for the rest of his life on charges of trying to shake down Nike. US? Attorney. Jeff Berman says sportswear giant Nike was his target avenue repeatedly pressured the coveting to agree to pay risk having the naughty. Hold a press conference that he claimed would dramatically drive down the stock price of the company and its market value. Berman says avenue saw twenty five million dollars to abandon his threats Savenaca could face forty-seven years on the New York charges and fifty more on the LA counts. Some top House Democrats are demanding access a special counsel Robert Mueller's final report and a statement yesterday. The chairman of the judiciary intelligence and oversight committees are also calling for public testimony from attorney general William bar statement knowns that Buller report does not exonerate President Trump on the question of obstruction of Justice. The report however, did find no evidence of collusion between Russia and Trump's two thousand sixteen presidential campaign and today President Trump phases. One more test. His national emergency declaration for border wall funding the first time since President Trump took office. Congress will try to override a veto person. And Trump issued his first veto earlier. This month rejecting a bipartisan resolution adopted in the house and Senate to terminate a national emergency declaration along the southern border. In a statement after that veto house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi said the house will again act to protect the constitution, but a veto override requires a two-thirds majority a total to house felt well short of reaching when it adopted the resolution, and this comes as the Pentagon is told congress that it's authorized the transfer of one billion dollars to begin building fifty seven miles of the southern border wall and fifty six members of one of those migrant caravans, which are camped across the Rio Grande from eagle pass have been arrested trying to sneak into the country. All of those arrested are Honduran nationals. Many of them are mothers with kids ranging in age from four months to sixteen years just this past weekend border patrol. Agents in eagle pass arrested more than five hundred would-be emigrants, and as apprising and potentially far-reaching decision. The Justice department last night urge an appeals court to agree with Texas. Federal judge read O'Connor that all of ObamaCare is unconstitutional O'Connor ruled in December that since congress throughout the tax penalty for not buying insurance that remove the sole rationale that congress used to uphold the Affordable Care Act that falls within Congress's ability to tax Democrats. Immediately blasted the Justice department decision. It looks like the case will be again decided by the supreme court. How about giving your tax money to Tom Cruise and George Clooney Mendy? Raymond with Texas motion pictures alliance says the legislature is ready to allocate twenty two million dollars to the controversial fund to lure Hollywood producers to make movies in Texas. Heaviness increase within the on having us. How other they're giving us a little bit of a variation on what the actual appropriated number will be at the end of session. Supporters say making movies here is an economic development tool benefiting everybody from electrons to caterers opponents say Texas tax money, should not go to wealthy Hollywood actors and movie moguls starting today bump stock devices that allow a semi automatic firearm. Does she more than one shot with a single pull of the trigger will be banned in the US? The department of Justice announced a ban on bump stocks in December following the Las Vegas music festival massacre that killed nearly sixty people the ban makes possession of a bump stock of felony subject to up to ten years in prison and a two hundred and fifty thousand dollar fine gun. Rights advocates are pushing back filing a lawsuit against the ATF arguing that the Justice department did not provide a proper legal justification for banning bump stocks, and that congress must be responsible for changing the law w away. I news time seven thirty seven, traffic and weather together in a minute. But I. A check of your money in the world of business. Ed Corry is live at the Bloomberg news desk. Charity Airbus has a thirty five billion dollar jet deal with China. And that's a blow for Boeing as it grapples with the grounding of its bestselling 737, max US. Oil exports have surged to levels on.
"ed corry" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Cloudy skies today, although we will get some sun later today. And we also will get the shower. So it's dangerous traveling up in high country morning commute should be mainly dry. We may have a shower here or there expect to see the sunshine of this afternoon sometime we'll have a high of sixty degrees today right now in Stockton. We have forty nine degrees, elk grove, you're at forty eight and it is forty seven here in Sacramento at NewsRadio. If. All right. Let's get you over to Ed Corry the Bloomberg business desk. A couple of things going on today. Wells Fargo, maybe facing some higher losses and Amazon. I think this surprised if people in Seattle they're pulling out there. Yeah. Amazon review remembered, Dan scrapped the deal this month to open offices in New York after it clashed with local politicians will now. Amazon says it's fully gotta beliefs in Seattle deal was at the center of a battle with Seattle city council. Well, the economy cooled down last quarter, but not as much as some economists expected business investment was higher. That means growth could be stronger for longer than analysts thought Southwest Airlines has won approval to fly to Hawaii is finalizing plans for that the carrier is gonna fly initially from four California's cities airports in the Hawaiian islands stock futures a little soft. Dow futures down fourteen the NASDAQ indicator is down twenty London stocks down half a percent at this hour will that you're. Business and money news next update at six twenty one with Kelly brothers. I'm Ed Corry. With a Bloomberg business report on NewsRadio KF PK eighty three point one FM in fifteen thirty AM..
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"But at least lets the software travel more nicely between the two realms. I still think they're faced with the fundamental problem. Well, what's the dealer is never gonna make IRS? So I says more powerful or as powerful as the MAC and just forever. We're going to be in a situation where there's weird platform where a few really cool things happen. Plus a bunch of self aware like doesn't seem particularly tenable either. I hope there is a larger grand plan than just hey now, we have a way for you develop for all of our platforms of the single application because that's technically cool, and is probably required. But it doesn't solve the fundamental platform divide that apple continues to be faced with of their own doing. I was intense, shall we do some ask ATP? Let's do it. All right. Let's start out with Ed Corry, Manny, he says with airplay to coming to so many TV's. What do you do you think there's a chance that the next apple TV hardware could go wireless only? So it's similar in shaped like an airport express or Eero beacon and sell the lack of cord clutter as its premium feature. So I'm not entirely sure what that means here. So I'm assuming they're still HDMI from this thing to the TV right now. I think he's saying no not that like, so it would the the apple TV would put its picture on your television without having a wire that attached with hence airplay to read right? Sorry. Yes. Yes. Okay. That makes much more sense. Okay. No. I don't think it'll happen personally. Like, it's too too much latency wifi network, sir to iffy. The no small part because there's no apple wifi hardware anymore anymore. I say, no, what do you say? John lateness is not a problem for the the problem is that the reliability, but basically, there's no there's no reliable good standard for this. Then HDMI continues to evolve the big selling point on the twenty nine thousand nine televisions who can get HD two point one support which is the ports four K at higher frame rates and larger bit depths, and although stuff like HD continues to get bigger better and faster. So there's and there's no wireless standard out there. That is keeping pace with that. So there's no way that apple would confine themselves. Even if there existed, a reliable standard is way too wirelessly sent pictures at this point in the evolution of television. They would not confine themselves to that. Because they want to be able to support all. All the new standard. So I don't think the current Applebee's supports HD, my two point one. I'm not sure if even can but if ever wants to stay in this business, they will have to because high frame rates higher resolutions and higher bit deaths..
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"Plus you step outside today. You'll notice it. It's definitely colder than it was yesterday when the thirties in most areas were under alert for a low snow day snow levels will continue to lower into the foothills and stay heavy across the Sierra after nine o'clock, the accumulating snow will likely turn to scattered showers here in the valley or expecting to get up into the fifties today. High of fifty degrees right now in Folsom. It's forty degrees. Roseville you have thirty nine and it's thirty nine in Sacramento at NewsRadio KFC K. California the fans well still far apart when it comes to auto emissions. Let's get more on that from Ed Corry over the Bloomberg business desk. Hi, ed. Dan. And there's a critical deadline. Just a couple of months away regulators in Sacramento ended Washington have yet to overcome an impasse over the Trump administration plan to camp auto emissions and fuel economy standards after twenty twenty strip California which authority to regulate tailpipe carbon dioxide emissions. You know, Super Bowl advertising sales were down this year. They fell more than six percent CBS collected only three hundred eighty two billion dollars in ad sales. During the game down from four hundred eight billion for NBC last year and four nineteen for FOX back in two thousand seventeen. Well, there's no such thing as a free lunch anymore at Panara the sandwich chain is closing down its last pay which you can location next week after figuring out that model just doesn't seem to work financially right now, the Dow futures are higher there up one hundred two points that your business and money news next update at five fifty one I'm Ed Corry with a Bloomberg business report on NewsRadio. Kate ninety three point one FM in fifteen thirty AM. Thank you, Ed five twenty four. Now the layoff GM announced are.
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"From Bloomberg FDA expects to approve more gene therapies Denver twenty a year within the next six years in part because of the large number of companies, working to cure rare conditions at the cellular level right now there were three hundred forty three companies investing in five hundred sixty five gene or cell therapy programs. According to the biotechnology innovation organization university of Michigan. Professor, William Gino. Blah is an expert in the field therapies are now being demonstrated to be safer and more efficacious, gene therapies can cause hundreds of thousands of dollars for a round of treatment. Spark therapeutics looks turn which treat a rare form of blindness concert about four hundred twenty five thousand dollars per I Belay things prices will drop over time. We can use the same analogy for it. You know when cellphones first came out there quite expensive. And then over time. They become much less expensive. I'm Ed Corry. I'm Ed Corry Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio nine thirty nine. President. Trump is gearing up to deliver the state of the union speech before a joint session of congress next week. It is scheduled for nine PM on Tuesday, February fifth, and of course, WBZ NewsRadio. Have you covered? We'll carry the president's speech live. We'll also broadcast the democratic response with Stacey Abrams. The topic of Mr. Trump's speech. This year will focus primarily on choosing greatness. And we'll be speaking on five key areas, namely immigration, and drug pricing trade infrastructure as well as international diplomacy. According to White House officials President Trump is not expected to spend too much time this year on a government shutdown or on a looming. February fifteen deadline for a budget deal. But instead he will hone in on bipartisan compromise and support. Speaking of which the Trump administration is pulling the US out of a landmark nuclear arms reduction treaty. That served as a major milepost as a Cold War came to an end, and we are learning this morning. A Russian President Vladimir Putin says Russia will do the same. It will withdraw from the treaty as well and plans to design new intermediate range weapons CBS news White House. Correspondent Steven Portnoy has more detail accuses Russia of long violating the agreement. One side has not been adhering to it. We have one side has the president calls the treaty old. He also suggests other countries should have been covered by backers of his move note. China never signed the IMF treaty. I hope that we're able to get everybody in a very big and beautiful room and do a new treaty that would be much better. But experts warn the US pull out could lead to a new global nuclear arms race. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House show of support for empire TV series actor Jesse small lead in New York City as the investigation heats up into the actor being a victim of an alleged hate crime in Chicago earlier this week ABC's, Tim Fleischer reports from. Manhattan, where demonstrators rallied last night told police the men punched him hurled, racist and homophobic slurs at it. Then he claims they poured an unknown chemical on him and wrapping a rope around his neck..
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"The fan started shedding a reference to former spur age nobly who captured a bad at the building a decade ago after the bad delay. The Spurs went on to win the game one seventeen to one fourteen up next the Spurs host the pelicans tomorrow w away. I news time eight thirty seven traffic and weather together in just a minute. But first check of your money and the world of business as tradings already underway. We welcome Ed Corry live at the Bloomberg news desk. Good morning charity. The economy added three hundred four thousand jobs last month. More than expected the unemployment rate ticked up. Just a little from three point nine to four percent that reflects the impact of the government shutdown, Texas and other shale rich estates are spewing out a gusher of high quality crude light sweet crude, they call it. Feeding a glut it's bending the global oil industry out of shape refiners who invest billions to turn a profit from processing cheap low-quality cruder paying on her to premiums to find the stuff the mismatch is better news for. Opec producers like Iraq and Saudi Arabia. They don't produce much light. Sweet. But they pump plenty of the dirtier stuff oil right now up sixty seven cents a barrel for the good stuff. Fifty four dollars and forty seven cents a barrel. The Dow is up sixty five NASDAQ down nine the s&p is up one and a half points live with a Bloomberg business report. I'm Ed Corry on NewsRadio twelve hundred W O a thinks I enjoy your weekend. Breaking news on the hour at the half. And anytime that w dot com brought to you by Primo plumbing. Now, traffic.
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"Off one hundred and nine points down one and a half percent and the S and P five hundred index is lower by twenty eight points down one percent early on today. Forecasters are less optimistic about the US economy expanding this year, but they're pretty much unanimous in their expectations that the recession could be kept at bay until at least two thousand twenty that's going to a national association for business economics survey, the NFL generated about fifteen billion dollars this past season making it the king of US sports in the league wants to make even more their targeting annual revenue of twenty five billion by two thousand twenty seven. But some people say that could test the limits of a sport dealing with shifting TV habits and controversies including brain injuries in the national anthem right now the Dow early on down three hundred ten points live with a Bloomberg business report. I'm Ed Corry on NewsRadio twelve hundred w a thinks that breaking news on the hour at the half and anytime at W dot com. Brought to you by Primo plumbing. Now, traffic and weather together from the amazing exterior siding windows, doors, inboard traffic center, just about wrapped up that accident. Northbound four ten after Ray Ellison rest, the city starting to break up very nicely. Southbound thirty-five or rhythm in around the fourteen south cut off a little bit of slow stuff. Same story. It's going to be the last place declare westbound sixty four bul Verdy around the two eighty one Megan Bishop NewsRadio twelve hundred w this report brought to you by altruism healthshare. Altruism.
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"I'm data has NewsRadio KFC K. Thank you. We've got some fog out there this morning sunny this afternoon with a few clouds look for a high right around sixty two or so average is time of the year is about fifty seven degrees are sunsetting at five twenty three in the pops up at seven fifteen this morning. Do you have a chance of rain moving in by the end of the week, though, right now woodland Forty-six also Forty-six and Loomis and we have forty seven in downtown Sacramento. Time now is five fifty two is NewsRadio K checks your money with Ed Corry at the Bloomberg business deaths. So we're gonna mix a little business a little sports for this one. Right. Yeah. Christina the Pac twelve the sports conference. That includes Stanford UCLA and USC as enlisted the rain group investment Bank. They wanna help ring more money from the rights to air its games. It's a critical time for the self-proclaimed conference champions. It has not been distributing as much money. To members is some other top conferences big food companies are being seen as the new tobacco sweeping report, it links the industry's influence to a global obesity epidemic. The Lancet commission on obesity blames the sector for a system that gorgeous populations on empty calories while abusing the environment. You know, it's hard to advertise your product when the feds think you're a drug dealer Facebook which like Google prohibits marijuana ads as kicked him. We'd sellers off of Instagram now earlier this. CBS declined to Eric commercial touting the benefits of medical marijuana during the Super Bowl. Dow futures down two hundred points in that your business and money news next updates six twenty one with Kelly. I'm Ed Corry with the Bloomberg business report on NewsRadio KFB k ninety three point one FM in fifteen thirty AM..
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"Of your money in the world of business. We say good morning to Ed Corry live at the Bloomberg news desk. Hey charities dogs. Get open lower today. No trading yesterday. But this morning, the Dow futures are down one eighty five s and p futures down twenty one points stocks overseas or lower in Europe, the one hundred in London is down six tenths of one percent oil explorers. Still reeling from the late twentieth. Eighteen price collapsed shutdown drilling rigs in the biggest US fielded elsewhere at the fastest pace in almost three years. The number of working oil rigs dropped by twenty one this week to eight hundred fifty to the lowest since may Cording to Baker Hughes sports art is a Taiwanese athletic equipment maker, it's selling treadmills ellipticals cycles. Turn your workout into electricity feeds the power back into the system through an electrical socket. They were showing off the technology at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas right now. The Dow futures are down one hundred eighty one points lie without Bloomberg business report. I'm Ed Corry on newsroom. Radio twelve hundred W O. A thanks said breaking news on the hour at the half and anytime at W dot com. Brought to you by Primo plumbing. Now, traffic and weather together from the W O A I traffic center. Good morning. We've got some good news that construction we had on Luke four ten southbound. And how we ninety has been cleared. Traffic is beginning to unwind in that area as well. As on two eighty one with found in for a loop sixteen o four that construction has also been cleared and traffic is now beginning to flow freely. If you see any traffic problems, give us a call at two win zero seventy five to six so wine. I'm eunice. Our for NewsRadio twelve hundred W. I.
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"But it's President Trump's latest offer which has already been rejected by House Democrats, Mr. Trump offering temporary protection for the dreamers in return for starting to build a border wall. Democrats say opened the government, Ben we'll talk with the clock running out and the UK seemingly headed for a hard crash out from the European Union with no deal in place for the aftermath. Nick Robertson reports. Prime Minister Theresa may. We'll try again with a new plan that plan B is expected to look very similar to planet. Frankly, she hasn't had enough time to do what she said she wanted to do which was reach out across party device and get consensus that doesn't seem to be happening. What will those details? Be. It's not clear six hundred thirty three airline flights canceled this morning as the upper midwest and northeast Cobra heavy snow and ice that hit them over the weekend sealed in place now by a layer of thick ice in many places and with dangerously low temperatures blanketing much of those regions. I'm Michael Toscano. And I'm Mark mills in the blue. Radio newsroom. The International Monetary Fund cut its forecast for the world economy predicting it will grow at the weakest pace in three years in two thousand nineteen and warning fresh trade tensions would spell further. Trouble. The fund left its projection for US growth unchanged at two and a half percent. But in an interview with Bloomberg's Tom Kean, the IMF deputy research had warned that the US can't continue its large fiscal deficit with government red ink expanding at a faster clip than the country's growth reach the transportation. Security administration says the number of US airport screeners who took unscheduled absences rose to ten percent on Sunday more than tripled than that of a year ago as the stalemate over the government shutdown continued the North American International auto show in Detroit open to the public over the weekend. Bloomberg's Ed Corry was there to kick a few tires the two biggest debuts of the show this year reports two thousand twenty Shelby GT five hundred and the first new Toyota Supra in twenty one years. A high performance must. Thank comes with a supercharged five point two liter v eight and more than seven hundred horsepower, it can get to sixty miles per hour and just over three seconds, the turbocharged straight six cylinder. Supra shares much of its engineering with a BMW Z four. Meanwhile, Cadillac took aim at tesla by announcing plans to make an electric SUV priced well below the model X at the North American International auto show in Detroit. Ed Corry, Bloomberg radio ousted. Nissan, Motor chairman. Carlos spoon is making a last ditch effort to win release on bail by pledging to remain in Japan before his trial for alleged misconduct, offering to wear an electronic tracker and be monitored by private security guards at his own expense, double line capital, CEO Jeffrey gun block said in a tweet that he will be deleting his Twitter account, quote due to suspicious activity. No details on what he meant global news twenty four hours a day on air and talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Mark mills. This is Bloomberg..
"ed corry" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"We welcome Ed Corry live at the Bloomberg news desk. Charity songs of opened lower. Dow's giving up thirty points early on the s&p is down by two and a half. And the NASDAQ composite is lower by eleven ten year treasury's two point seven three percent sentiment. Among US homebuilders rose for the first time in three months, thanks to decline in borrowing costs. It's another sign housing may stabilize Lear ahead. Even though the industry is still in a slowdown mode. Elon Musk's SpaceX is moving the testing of starship prototype vehicle from the port of Los Angeles to a site in the south, Texas, SpaceX has said the new larger vehicle designed to carry people on quick hops it across the world. And eventually the Mars would need to be built near water. It has a launch facility in Boca Chica, Texas on the Gulf of Mexico near Brownsville slumber J gigs off fourth quarter oil service earnings Friday morning that'll be followed by Halliburton on Tuesday right now, the Dow futures down thirty four points live with a Bloomberg business report. I'm Ed Corry on NewsRadio twelve hundred W. A thanks said breaking news on the hour at the half anytime at W dot com. Brought to you by Primo plumbing. Now, traffic and weather together. From the wwl way. I traffic center earlier accidents just to replace them. Latest one coming in eastbound, I ten would lawn stacking traffic to Hildebrand westbound four ten advanced Jackson that's slowing traffic to some federal and the wrapping up the police investigation around that accident. Northbound thirty-seven affair turned out to be a fatality..
"ed corry" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"We'll get a better idea. Probably by tomorrow. Citrus heights. Thirty three degrees. Also, thirty three Nevada city and thirty four in downtown Sacramento. Time now is five fifty two is NewsRadio K K your money with Ed Corry of the Bloomberg business desk. And we know that in investors are a little bit worried about China and the government shutdown. I'm seeing this morning. China's now talking about they want a peaceful reunification with Taiwan, but they're reserving the right to use force. We're going to hear a lot about China in the coming weeks. I think yeah. Got some news about Chinese manufacturing, Christina. And that data wasn't quite as good as expected. There are concerns because of that over slowing global growth, also as you mentioned worries about this government shutdown. So the Dow futures are down by three hundred seventy eight points s and p futures are up by forty and look at the NASDAQ futures are down one hundred forty one points, that's two and a quarter percent. The stock market launched about two point eight trillion dollars worth of value in twenty eighteen nights. The most in a decade makers of chips, lenses and other smartphone parts probably going to have high growth opportunities this year. That's according to Ali aliens globe. Investors in Taiwan. Tesla electric car company delivered fewer model threes than analysts expected in the fourth quarter, the companies cut prices to partially make up for the federal tax credit. That's been cut in half in the US. The Dow futures down three hundred eighty points that your business in money news next update five coming at six twenty one with Kelly brothers. I'm Ed Corry with the Bloomberg business report on NewsRadio KFB k ninety three point one FM and fifteen thirty am. Thank you. Add five fifty four now more stories. Rough dating on NewsRadio K because of the partial government shutdown garbage and human waste are becoming problems at some of our national parks. The spark ranger tells us she's looking forward to a return to business as usual. We are optimistic that we'll get noticed that we can come back to work soon. But until then. Yeah. Disabled veteran rand Abbott volunteers his time to help at Joshua tree national park in California to keep it clean. But it may be too little too late..
Four shot dead at one-year-old's birthday party in Texas
"Back. President Trump says there will be severe punishment if Saudi Arabia is indeed behind the disappearance of journalists Jamal kashogi interview with CBS sixty minutes. Trump did not elaborate on how is it? Ministration might punish Saudi Arabia. If they're responsible for the Washington Post columnist disappearance, Boeing Lockheed Raytheon, all these I don't wanna hurt jobs. I don't want to lose. There are other ways of punishing. Turkish officials believe it could Shoghi was killed and dismembered in scientists Sony consulate in Istanbul earlier this month Trump predicted there soon, we'll be answers about kashogi fate. He also admitted it kashogi cases particularly disturbing because he was a journalist well on the heels of the Royal wedding. Now, a Royal baby is on the way, it's done to five months after Prince, Harry and Meghan Markle, married. Kensington Palace announcing they're expecting a baby in the spring the tiny saying the couple is delighted to shed this. Happy news with. The public the baby will be seventeen line to the British throne. And with an American mother, it could halt jewel UK US citizenship. The news emerging as you conduct yourself Sussex is that known hair to getting their first overseas tour in Australia w away. I news time eight thirty seven traffic and weather together in just a minute. But first check of your money in the world of business as tradings underway. We welcome Ed Corry live at the Bloomberg news desk.
New York New Jersey, Cedeno Shen City New Jersey and Connecticut discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"That's a small fraction of their charitable donations for property tax payments. Well sea level rise is hitting home, prices on the Atlantic coast between two thousand. Five in two thousand seventeen tidal flooding raced fourteen Bill Billion dollars in home values in eight states
Is oil consolidation the next big thing?
"Service of. First Mark credit union, Ed, Corry joins, us live at the Bloomberg news desk Well. The Dow fell yesterday charity trying to make all that back today the Dow futures are up two hundred twelve points as. In p futures are up fourteen overseas stocks in Asia were. Down just a fraction but they're rising in London right now up, more than half a percent oil prices up eighteen cents at sixty five nineteen a barrel speaking of oil a wave of industry consolidation could. Be the next big thing in the Permian basin the most productive shale region in the country pressure
U.S. hedge funds posted modest gains last month
"Hedge funds posted modest gains last month we get details from Bloomberg's Ed Corry hedge funds rose point three one percent in July according. To the Bloomberg hedge fund database while that reverse losses recorded in June year, to date hedge funds are little changed lagging behind the major US. Stock indexes CD a managed futures strategies were the worst performing losing more than half. A presenting July the Bloomberg mandates two thousand eighteen survey found about forty. Six percent of investors expected global macro strategies to outperform in two thousand eighteen macro strategies are. Down one and a half percent year to
Tyson Foods Reports Higher Profit as Sales Tick Up
"Insider Ramon Laguerta he's been a candidate takeover since being promoted to president last year, chase them foods has stake in. Burgers to thank for its latest earnings beat we get more from Bloomberg's. Ed Corry the largest US company posted better-than-expected fiscal third quarter earnings he's beef demand, rose and cattle, costs fell exports have, beef also meanwhile accessibly of, pork and sluggish chicken demand is tempering the outlook to Tyson's other key segments sales of both meets fell versus the same quarter last year Tyson. Also, continues to see rising freight, and labor costs. Ed Corry bloombergradio quarterly profits soared it SoftBank a Japanese telecom provider and technology investor earnings rose forty nine percent that was, boosted by bigger earnings at Softbank's vision fund the company also gained by selling the China A unit of. Its subsidiary a. r. m. dime Lehrer will make battery powered cars in China with a local partner Bloomberg, has learned that the parent of Mercedes. Is in talks with Beijing electric vehicle to. Set up a joint venture to manufacture the smart car brand diners. Pushing smart cars and places where parking into missions are becoming a problem New. York City is that to give the green light to a one year cap on new licenses. For Uber and, other, ridesharing vehicles Bloomberg's Michael Barr reports the cap, is part of weeping package of, regulations designed to reduce traffic on busy New York City streets. Three years ago city council speaker Cory Johnson opposed. Mayor Bill. De Blasios similar proposal now Johnson says he doesn't buy argument that, a one year, pause will take away opportunities for jobs and ridesharing service outside of Manhattan, the city council is set to vote on the measure on Wednesday. In New York I'm Michael Barr Bloomberg radio Google's, plans for China are, even more ambitious, than previously thought, Bloomberg has learned that Google is and talk with. Ten tencent and, other Chinese companies offer its cloud services the talks began early this year and now Google has narrowed its partnership candidates. To three companies coming up the drive to the close I'm happy little this is. Bloomberg.
Bloomberg, China and Ed Corry Bloomberg discussed on Bloomberg Markets
"More than two hundred unmarked graves near a cemetery, it's, believed they belong to slaves very thereafter Eighteen fifty nine. Global news twenty four hours a day this is Bloomberg thanks Martin. Now with our other top stories I'm Joe Snyder tesla is going to ramp up production in the world's fastest growing auto market Bloomberg has learned the electric car company plans to spend five billion dollars building a factory, in China tesla may. Look, to, China for part of the funding the, company is under fire from investors for. Burning through cash the world's second. Largest. Mining company wants to keep boosting cash returns Rio Tinto raised its dividend payment. By fifteen percent to a record high it also increased a share buyback program by a billion dollars and approved plans to hand investors about four billion dollars of proceeds from developments Rio Tinto CEO John Sebastian, Jacques tells Bloomberg the trade conflict between US, and China has not had an. Impact on his company the outlook is pretty positive emotion to. China is a SaaS we see it and remember we have medical entry points in relation to. China we sitting I know we sing folks Side we see in copper and so on so forth today it's absolutely. Clear that. The economy. Is slowing down as expected as forecast here's a report that Google is preparing to launch a censored. Version of its search engine. In China according to the news. Outlived the intercept the search apple block terms and results that Beijing considers sensitive. Google services, are largely blocked in China Facebook, is unveiling a tool to tell users when it's time to stop scrolling Bloomberg's Ed Corry has details Tech giant's faced growing criticism regarding the addictive nature of their product Facebook and it's photo sharing app Instagram or adding controls to help people measure how much time they're spending on the site's users can. Also mutant notifications for a certain period of time or receive alerts when they've been scrolling for too long this follows concerns from mental health experts in industry critics about internet and device addiction in June apple introduced screen. Time which shows how much time users are. Spending on, apps and how often they pick up their iphones Google announced similar controls. In may Ed Corry Bloomberg radio Hedge fund manager David Einhorn says he still a believer in value investing but he admits second quarter results his greenlight capital were, far, worse than he could have, imagined, green lights main fund is now down more than nineteen percent for the year US manufacturing growth slowed by more than expected last month a gauge of new orders fell to its lowest level in more. Than a year managers responding to the survey were overwhelmingly concerned about how tariffs and retaliatory actions will affect their business coming up the drive to the close I'm chill Snyder this is Bloomberg adopt US kids presents there..
Facebook unveils tools to tell users when to stop scrolling
"More than twenty seven, hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Nancy Lyons Thanks Nancy now with our other top stories I'm Julie Hyman, Volkswagen warns that it will take a Titanic effort to, meet its profit goals this year the world's largest automaker is going up against trade tensions, and stricter emissions rules put in, place after the cheating scandal tariffs could especially hurt VW's. Main profit centers the Audi and Porsche brands the automakers profits jumped twenty three percent in the second quarter the world's second largest mining company wants to keep boosting cash returns Rio Tinto raised its. Dividend payment by fifteen percent to a record high. It, also, increased a share buyback program by a billion dollars and approved plans to, hand investors about four billion. Dollars of proceeds from divest -ment Rio Tinto CEO John Sebastian Jok told Bloomberg the, trade conflict between the US and China has had no impact on his company cookies pretty positive direction to China is so as we see it and remember we. Have multiple entry In relation to China we sitting I, know we saying folks I. We, sing copper so and so, forth today it's. Absolutely clear that the economy is slowing down as expected as focused shears of. Cheesecake factory, fell today by the most in nineteen years the restaurant chain posted second quarter earnings that missed. Estimates it also cut, its full year profit forecast rising minimum wages. And overtime costs have cut, into cheesecake factory's margins Facebook is unveiling a tool to tell. Us when it's time to stop scrolling Bloomberg's Ed Corry has details tech giants have faced growing criticism regarding the addictive nature of their product. Facebook and it's photo sharing app Instagram or adding controls to help people measure how much time they're spending on the site's users can also mutant notifications for a, certain period of time or receive alerts when they've been scrolling for too long this follows concerns from mental health experts. In industry critics about internet and. Device addiction in June apple introduced screen, time which shows how Much time users spending on apps and how often they pick up their iphones Google announced similar controls in may Ed, Corry Bloomberg radio US manufacturing growth slowed by more than expected last month a gauge of new orders fell to its lowest level in more than a year managers responding to the survey were. Overwhelmingly concerned about how tariffs and retaliatory actions. Will affect their. Businesses coming up a preview of the fed decision happening in, sixteen minutes follow it live right here on Bloomberg. Radio I'm Julie Hyman this is. Bloomberg a.
Dow futures gain on Caterpillar earnings
"Vehicle you can make it one hundred percent autonomous would that really helps with is freight and mass transportation Which is exactly what you would be looking for for rail it wouldn't be cheap the price tag is. About eight billion but he says autonomous vehicles will be here sooner than you think and the road could be in the works in. Ten years the largest wildfire burning in California continues to claim lives at least six people have died from the car fire near reading in northern California two of those deaths were firefighters on Sunday authorities, confirmed that a four civilian died in the blaze the fires burned over ninety, five thousand acres filling a lot more optimistic today as we are starting to to gain, some ground rather, than, being in the defensive mode on this, fire all the time we're starting to make some good progress out there the second firefighter died battling the Ferguson fire near, Yosemite national park. Sunday he was killed when he was struck by a falling tree while removing brush another fuel near the front lines Michael Cohen may be willing to, talk with special counsel Robert Muller and Fox News reports Cohen may be sitting on a treasure trove of information to Thursday's. Report that Michael Cohen may be willing to. Talk to special counsel Robert Muller Cohen was allegedly fear Serious Vanity Fair reporter Emily Jane FOX, is a Cohen, says his team did not leak that story FOX. Reports to Cohen's claim that Trump knew about the twenty sixteen. Meeting at Trump Tower with the Russians and dirt on Hillary Clinton was one of the most valuable potential pieces of information Colin possessed FOX. Reports sources say Cohen has a treasure trove of information on the president that source indicating there's a, lot more to come there's a lot President Trump is threatening to shut down the federal government this fall of congress does not pass weeping changes to immigration laws including appropriating more money to build his. Border wall the president sent out a number of. Tweets Sunday saying it's time to move away from an, immigration lottery system. Including catch and release in exchange for America based immigration system Trump shutdown warnings raises the stakes ahead of thirtieth. Government funding deadline police are checking a driver for DWI after, a one vehicle wreck that. Killed his passenger overnight police say the man was driving way too fast down Leslie road outside sixty four when he lost control smasher. Barricade and skidded into a drainage Ditch. Rolling over. Several times the passenger was ejected and died at the scene downtown tourists on more than they expected last night the body of a man was found sprawled on the sidewalk on east commerce at tower, of the Americas, drive right next to the convention center EMS arrived but the man was pronounced dead Texas agriculture Commissioner said Miller. Says things to the legislature you're getting ripped off more and more at. The gas pump he says the problem is a new law requires, three complaints about incorrect gas pumps before his office. Can act I'm embarrassed consumer protection agency the, head of that the text part back culture that we're treating our, consumers with as much disdain we're just cheat them Miller says one problem. Which is getting worse has called pump jumping that's. When. The counter that adds up your Bill starts rolling before any gases actually entered your tank w away I, news time six thirty seven traffic and weather together in a minute but. First a check of your money in the world business reports Service of first. Mark credit union Ed Corry is live at the Bloomberg news desk charity good morning stock. Futures are. Mixed the Dow futures are higher up about thirty points the s&p futures down to and the NASDAQ indicator down almost nineteen points ten year treasury's two point. Nine eight percent overseas stocks were mixed they were down in Japan today down three quarters, percent but they're up about a tenth of one presented London. Right now, Caterpillar reporting adjusted earnings per share for the second quarter the earnings beat the average analyst estimates second. Quarter adjusted earnings per share. For Caterpillar coming out to two dollars ninety seven cents better than the average estimate of two dollars. In the seventy three. Cents with the parent company of movie pass got a hastily arranged. A short term loan to resume operating. After failing to pay some business partners customers were barred from using theaters. With their passes Thursday and Friday the comedy let subscribers pay about ten. Bucks a month to watch a movie every day in the theaters It's. Up against growing competition crude oil up a dollar thirty, that's up two percent now seventy dollars seven cents a barrel the Dow futures are up thirty points live with a Bloomberg. Business report I'm Ed Corry NewsRadio twelve hundred w. a. I think said breaking.
Revelations of US cardinal sex abuse will force pope's hand
"Retired. General Michael Hayden the former NSA chief says, speculation about such matters. It's not surprising considering the way Helsinki went down it was a lack. Of visible policy and really a lack of visible Process in terms of working up to conducting and then reporting back. After the meeting it's. Unclear, exactly if and, win a second summit may take place this fall in, Washington. Revelations that. The respected. US cardinal Theodore McCarrick. Repeatedly sexually, abused boys and adult seminarians raising questions about who in, the Catholic church hierarchy new the AP reports if the, accusations against him bear, out, including, a new. Case involving an eleven year old boy. Pope Francis may be forced to act a grand jury is level Twenty-three charges against the man accused of gunning down, five people inside. The newsroom of the capital gazette in Annapolis Jared Ramos faces five counts of first degree murder some colleges have. A novel idea for students who want to avoid a mountain of, loan debt. They're offering, to pay for tuition in exchange for a percentage. Of the student's. Future salaries Norwich university in Vermont. Is now the school to offer that type of contract this is Bloomberg Thanks Martin now with our other top stories I'm Jill Schneider shares of General Electric or falling. Today weakness in the company's power. Unit weighed on profit revenue in the division fell by nineteen, percent that led g. to, trim its cash flow guidance second quarter profits did beat estimates and so did sales slumber j. is looking, at selling stakes, in oilfield that accrued alongside, clients who employed the company to help drill wells and manage production, just months after a one billion dollar. Acquisition of Canadian oil and. Gas wells that rankled investors the company's little known slumbers a production management unit is seeking exit some investments in producing assets Honeywell's. Raising its profit outlook for the. Year we get details from Bloomberg's Ed Corry Honeywell's sales got a boost from higher oil prices. Increased US defense spending at an improvement in business jets the economic rebound in the US. And Europe has energized the company's initiatives to hire more salespeople invest in startups. Spin out underperforming Businesses and create new products the company lifted its full year earnings target to..
Bank of America profit beats on consumer loan growth, lower expenses
"DNA coats. Put out a, statement saying US intelligence assessments have been clear about Russian meddling in two thousand sixteen and their ongoing pervasive efforts to undermine our democracy the. Trump administration's filing. A challenge at the. World Trade Organization against China the European Union Canada Mexico and Turkey for tallying against US tariffs on steel and aluminum US. Trade read Robert lighthizer. Says they are counter tariffs on twenty four. Billion in, US exports violate WTO rules global news twenty four hours, a day on air ended, tick tock on. Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists. And analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries this is Bloomberg Thanks Nathan now with our other top stories and Joel Snyder Airbus may have some blockbuster. News to announce this week at the Farnborough air shell outside London the planemaker is close to twenty nine billion dollars in deals with Asian airlines better expanding their fleet. Bloomberg has. Learned that Airbus is working on an agreement to sell twenty three billion dollars of planes to discount carrier Air Asia a big jump in profits for Bank of America Bloomberg's, Ed. Corry has, details American, consumers are borrowing more and that's leaving the higher profit for Bank of America the second quarter it's consumer unit posted the highest earnings at eight years. Helping the Bank to beat analysts estimates consumer loans rose almost seven percent, from a year, ago, second, quarter profits rose thirty three percent, from earlier as Bank of. America cut expenses. And like nearly all other big banks benefited greatly from the new tax law Bank has been, held in, recent years from an improving balance-sheet nearly all of the toxic assets from the financial crisis are now gone and rising interest rates Ed Corry Bloomberg radio.
London, Japan and Ed Corry discussed on Jim Bohannon
"The world of business this report service of first mark credit again ed corry is live at the bloomberg news desk talks is set to open higher charity that dow futures up one hundred eighty three points s and p futures are higher by fifteen dogs in london are up one percent same thing in japan today homeowners are sitting on a record amount of equity but they don't seem anxious to borrow against it strong home price appreciation has handed americans close to six trillion dollars in equity they could be tapping rising rates could be an issue in last decade mortgage crisis may have made consumers hesitant to borrow against their homes west texas intermediate up forty eight cents a barrel at seventy dollars in eighty six cents if you're a treasury watch the ten year notes at two point eight six percent dow futures are up one hundred and eighty eight points s and p futures higher by fifteen lie with a bloomberg business report i'm ed corry on newsradio twelve hundred w oh thank said breaking news on the hour at the half and anytime at w away dot com brought to you by i mark credit union now a check of traffic and whether together from the w.
San Diego, Nato and President discussed on Politics, Policy, Power and Law
"Firm told investors the japanese conglomerate is trading at a steep discount to its net asset value tiger global which oversees about twenty two billion dollars was founded by chase coleman in two thousand one coleman formerly worked at jillian robertson's hedge fund tiger management j p morgan ceo is warning of catastrophic events bloomberg's gina cervetti has more newspaper reports that jamie dimon has warned italy's populist government against pulling out of the euro zone diamond said italy's exit would endanger the structure instability of the european monetary union is comments come as italy's coalition government made up of the lega nord in five star movement has repeatedly mentioned leaving italy is one of the three most crucial members in the project alongside france and germany separately diamond also commented on brexit saying its impact on growth could turn out to be tough for britain's and the world gina cervetti bloomberg radio us inflation at the wholesale level speed it up last month in the twelve months ending in june the producer price index rose three point four percent that's the most since two thousand eleven the higher cost of services was a big factor tomorrow the government comes out with consumer inflation numbers one gulf stayed beefs up its defense spending after being alienated bloomberg's ed corry has details got to be looking for a four billion dollar loan to buy fighter jets bloomberg is learned the government is working on a deal that will be backed by export credit agencies the country is boosting defense spending after being shunned by neighbors saudi arabia bahrain egypt and the united arab emirates the four severed diplomatic and economic ties in june of two thousand seventeen accusing the country of links to iran in funding terrorism last december ordered twenty four typhoon jets in a deal worth six and a half billion dollars the country also has orders pending for some seventy two aircraft from other manufacturers including boeing has denied allegations by the saudi led boycott ed corry bloomberg radio say goodbye to the ford fusion as you know it bloomberg has learned that ford is killing the slow selling sedan instead it will put the fusion name on a sport wagon it's developing to take on subaru's popular outback the fusion sedan will probably exit early next decade only the mustang pony car will remain in force us lineup coming up the latest out of brussels and president trump's nato meetings i'm pat carroll this is bloomberg time is running out only three northern white rhinos left in the world together we can turn things around you all support to the san diego zoo global wildlife conservancy helps support groundbreaking solutions like out frozen zoo which stores the.
Edison, Russia and China discussed on Bloomberg Markets
"Of edison one wall street firm says a us china trade war will not hurt a particular market limburg's ed corry has details goldman sachs says it's a good time to buy commodities the bank clings the trade war including tariffs that go into effect riday should have a very small impact raw materials have taken a hit from worries about u s china trade the monthly bloomberg commodity index hit a two year low in june with losses in copper and soybeans energy markets were also in focus as opec producers and russia agreed to add supply after prices jumped as the dollar continues to fall goldman projects at ten percent return on commodities over twelve months ed corry bloomberg radio micron technologies that a ban on the sale of some of its products in china is unfair and won't hurt its earnings in a statement today the company said that preliminary injunction does not cover technology that's fundamental to memory chips and therefore will only impact about one percent of its annual revenue cryptocurrency fast from exchanges are fueling one.
These 3 airlines to suffer most from growing trade dispute, analyst says
"On bloomberg television now let's go to our ninety nine one newsroom in washington dc where nancy lyons has world and national headlines nancy ministration is planning to revoke obama era policies that encourage the use of race in college admissions to promote diversity on campuses this is according to multiple reports the decision follows an inquiry from attorney general jeff sessions who asked justice officials to reevaluate past policies that he believed pushed the department to act beyond what the law of the constitution and the supreme court had required an announcement on the policy changes expected later today president trump search for a supreme court nominee is expected to take up his time this week and red state democrats are watching very carefully red state democrats are in a tough spot republican strategist ryan williams says no matter what they do they could risk losing support the democratic base will be outraged any member of their party who votes for whoever the nominee is and if you vote against the nominee red state and all the trump voters are going to be upset with you that could be a problem williams says the dan's need to watch how the confirmation hearings go and who the nominee is he says there's always the chance the nomination could blow up so they need to take a wait and see approach in washington i'm amy morris bloomberg radio tie navy seals say all thirteen people trapped in a flooded cavern in northern thailand are healthy and being looked after by medics they're still stuck in that cave while officials determined the best options for bringing them out before the rain returns in the cave floods again at the world cup today sweden defeated switzerland in the day's first match global news twenty four hours a day on air and ticked off on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries thanks nancy now with our other top stories i'm uni han the us is big three carriers american airlines delta and united continental downgraded by deutsche bank the analysts cited heightened geopolitical risk and the lack of near term catalysts the report said the current trade dispute between us and others could hamper the airline industry's growth given its close correlation the imports and exports of goods and services one french bank expand in germany europe's largest economy bloomberg's ed corry has details so generalities acquiring commerzbank exchangetraded products and.
Novartis chairman says Alcon worth $20 billion -$30 billion
"Now were there other top stories i'm uni han overstock shares are climbing today the internet retailer said it crypto currency unit t zero signed a letter intent with hong kong based p firm jia sar to buy one hundred sixty million dollars worth of tokens accompany ceo says it is also considering expanding warehouse and fulfillment centers across the us novartis is new ceo is making another big deal we get details from bloomberg's ed corry less than half way through his first year on the job vase narrow simeon is planning a third major transaction to narrow the company's focus on developing cutting edge medicine swiss drugmaker said today it will spin off its alcon eye care unit while using proceeds from the thirteen.
Novartis chairman says Alcon worth $20 billion-$30 billion: Finanz und Wirtschaft
"Us yeah based on building while list of retaliatory tariffs is after the us up twenty five percent deal and ten percents meeting aluminum candidates that about a month ago listen you know respond dollar per dollar us steel aluminum but also consumer good washing machines the motorboats they sort of put out there for consultation stayed we got the final lists no real surprises that is going to gain on july first days from now which is also today national holiday birthday for the country so countershock you're fat obviously or we're going to be following this a whole lot more as the show progresses bloomberg news ca canada economy and politics reporter josh wingrove be joining us later on in the program as we continue here to digest these newly announced retaliatory tariffs from canada thanks for coming on in the meantime in straight ahead here on bloomberg politics policy power law democrats take aim at dark money as the party looks for a midterm campaign pitch i we get the latest world and national headlines nancy lyons in the bloomberg ninety nine one newsroom thanks nathan president trump will soon be making remarks about the six month anniversary of his tax cuts and jobs act he's expected to applaud the measure for bringing bigger paychecks most americans authorities in annapolis maryland say the suspect in the shooting at the capital gazette newsroom wanted to kill as many people as he could police chief timothy altamaari just briefed reporters on the latest information in the case it was a shotgun used in the incident i would also confirm it was a pump action shotgun it was legally purchased a year or so ago and a bail hearing today the suspect jared rome ramos was ordered to remain in jail he appeared via video feed it took a marathon meeting that lasted into the wee hours of the morning but the european union has agreed to measures to stem the flow of migrants bloomberg's maria today oh is in brussels and spoke earlier on bloomberg television european leaders have agreed to create migrant control centers they don't want to camps but essentially put it as officials are gonna decide hookah qualify for his signing and those who did not her to be sent back to their countries and then a crucial point and the deal if a country that's a reference to actually feels of overwhelmed by the flow of migrants the other european nations are going to have to step in and distribute the migrant quota german chancellor angela merkel had been under intense pressure to find a breakthrough to stave off a government crisis at home well immigration will be the focus of more than six hundred rally scheduled across the us tomorrow organizers say their protests press protesting the separation of families global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries thanks nancy now with our other top stories i'm pat carroll overstock shares surged eighteen percent earlier today the most since december last year the internet retailer says it's crypto currency unit t zero signed a letter of intent with hong kong based p e firm gs sr to buy one hundred sixty million dollars worth of tokens the company's ceo says it is also considering expanding warehouse and fulfillment centers across the us novartis is new ceo is making another big deal we get details from bloomberg's ed corry less than half way through his first year on the job vase narrow is planning a third major transaction to narrow the company's focus on developing cutting edge medicines swiss drugmaker said today it will spin off its alcon eye care unit while using proceeds from the thirteen million dollars sale of its stake to consumer health joint venture with glaxosmithkline to repurchase up to five billion dollars in shares neurotic says he's also looking outside the company to broaden its gene therapy program concentrating on cancer neuroscience and ophthalmology ed corry bloomberg radio.
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"The scandinavian bank dear says any money manager who serious about ethical investing should drop facebook not as head of sustainable finance says social network was unresponsive to questions about the cambridge analytica scandal goldman sachs and morgan stanley urging investors not to get spooked by this stress test scores the federal reserve said the two banks have the two lowest capital levels by one key measure in the latest stress test results back the banks not to worry that may not affect dividends and stock buybacks abbas says a warning for the u k we get the details from bloomberg's ed corry the aerospace company says if great britain leaves the eu without a brexit deal it may pull its british investments out airbus which employs about fourteen thousand people in the uk says it must know by the end of the summer what rules will govern its operations or the company will quote reconsider its longterm footprint of the country while making business leaders have demanded clarity about the future with britain set to leave the eu and nine months airbus sheer size enroll in the economy make it an influential voice in the brexit debate the comedy says failure to reach a brexit agreement would be catastrophic ed corry bloomberg radio.
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"The payments of the best way to avoid risking seizure of its mining assets they're rich in copper and cobalt and a key part of glencore strategy of profiting from the demand for electric car batteries ed corry bloomberg radio a revolt by mckesson investors has cut chief executive officer john hammons pay by ten percent the international brotherhood of teamsters led a campaign against mckesson executive pay plan in two thousand seventeen after accusing the company of aggravating opioid epidemic the board responded by trimming hammerstein's twenty eighteen pay by almost two million dollars and making changes to the compensation process lucy excuses harvard of discriminating against asian american applicants the same way it one set quotas on jewish students the plaintiffs say they have evidence at harvard has engineered the admissions process to achieve illegal goals harvard has said it does not discriminate coming up the latest on china tariffs i'm emma chandra this is bloomberg join bloomberg and top institutional investors in frankfurt this june for the future of ntfs gain unparalleled insight into europe's growing etf market from city groups european head of market structure james van god's president and chief executive officer tim buckley fritzy russel's head of etf's kenner keith and.