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US Home Construction Rebounds in March After Frigid February

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 d ago

US Home Construction Rebounds in March After Frigid February

"Home construction in the U. S. is trending up after some frigid weather shut down many projects the construction of new homes and apartments shot up by nineteen percent in March over February when severe storms in many areas of the country because construction to fall by eleven percent the commerce department says single family construction was up by fifteen percent last month while the apartment sector jumped thirty percent I kind of missed expect housing construction to remain strong this year given the record low level of homes for sale a new report by mortgage giant Freddie Mac concludes the housing market is almost four million single family home short of what's needed to meet demand my camp in Washington

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America Is Facing a Ketchup Packet Shortage

Business Wars Daily

02:38 min | 3 d ago

America Is Facing a Ketchup Packet Shortage

"From wondering. I'm david brown. And this is business words daily on this thursday april fifteen. There are two kinds of people in this world. those who slather catch up on everything and everyone else. If you love nothing more than a pile of fries doused in the red stuff well brace yourself for some bad news. Ketchup is the latest victim of the pandemic shortages. Yes throughout this past year. We've been keeping you updated on products that have been wiped out by supply. chain disruptions. hoarding were sheer popularity. You may recall the great toilet paper run of march and april last year. Or mason jar mayhem in september. Maybe you're still getting over the great grape nuts drought from a couple of months ago. The changes we've made to our behavior and challenges in the manufacturing sector have created multiple ripple effects and the latest unlikely victim. Is the ketchup sachet. You know those little red and white package you get to go orders. Ketchups top dog is kraft heinz company. Heinz ketchup dominates the market. The company actually invented ketchup sachets in the late nineteen sixties leading grandma's everywhere to wrestle with the ethics of stuffing extra sachets into their handbags. America's second place catch up that would be conagra. Brands hunts which has a much smaller but loyal following as americans hunkered down during the pandemic eating more packaged and takeout food. Catch up sales. Increased data from euromonitor found that. Us restaurants bought more than three hundred thousand tonnes of the saucy read stuff last year and retail sales spiked fifteen percent. Cnn sounded the alarm on single serving condemend shortages months ago people started ordering more takeout because they couldn't or wouldn't go to restaurants those carry out bags often include the plastic utensils napkins and seasonings. You need to eat and enjoy your meal. Often that includes a big handful of ketchup packets. Even in restaurants single serving options have caught on after all in the days of covid nineteen. No

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Biden budget seeks more for schools, health care and housing

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

Biden budget seeks more for schools, health care and housing

"President Biden and the White House budget office are out with a one point five trillion other wish list as part of his administration's first federal budget proposal the bike the ministrations first budget request calls for an eight point four percent increase in spending covering top democratic priorities such as education health care housing and environmental protection president also wants to increase the education budget by more than forty percent health and Human Services by twenty three percent and a fifteen percent boost for housing and urban development Pentagon spending would be increased by just one point six percent homeland security would basically be frozen should Biden's request make it through Congress still Republicans were quick to criticize a plan saying it would short change a military and national security timid wire Washington

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Jamie Dimon says economic boom fueled by deficit spending, vaccines could ‘easily run into 2023’

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

01:03 min | Last week

Jamie Dimon says economic boom fueled by deficit spending, vaccines could ‘easily run into 2023’

"Well you talk about that. Forecast for the economy and the markets in his annual letter to shareholders. Were talking longtime head of j. P. morgan jamie diamond says deficit spending stimulus money and vaccines could altogether fueled the economic recovery. Well into the year. Twenty twenty three twenty two twenty three. So what about the market. Well if dimas right. And i believe he is and i believe the economy could be fueled could stay in a boom longer than that but if diamonds right we should remember that the market is up. Eighty five percent of the time during long periods of economic growth. Now during that other fifteen percent of the time pullbacks of up to fifteen percent can be the best time to carefully get in and or adjust your existing portfolio for continued growth.

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Survey: Even as schools reopen, many students learn remotely

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Survey: Even as schools reopen, many students learn remotely

"I'm Julie Walker even as schools re opened large numbers of students are not returning to the classroom according to the latest Biden administration survey results released today nearly forty six percent of public schools surveyed offered in person learning five days a week in February but just thirty four percent of students wear their white students continue to be back in the classroom at higher rates with fifty two percent of white fourth graders receiving full time in person instruction by contrast less than a third of black and Hispanic fourth graders were back and fifteen percent of Asian students with the new findings president Biden comes no closer to meeting his goal of having most elementary schools open five days a week in his first one Hundred Days I'm Julie Walker

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U.S. gains 916,000 new jobs in March

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

01:53 min | 2 weeks ago

U.S. gains 916,000 new jobs in March

"Hundred sixteen thousand new jobs in this economy in march restaurants and hotels education construction manufacturing. Honestly i could just go on naming industries. They have all added jobs. We're down to an unemployment rate of six percent even and that is with a whole bunch of people getting back into the labor force so marketplace's mitchell hartman gets us going with the goods of this very good jobs. Report positive comments were a dime. A dozen as i did. My economist calls today starting with nicole. Golden at the atlantic council definitely signs of a boom. Very happy to see it. What's michael farren at the mercatus center pumped up. Is the trajectory. Two hundred and thirty. Three thousand jobs added in january than four hundred sixty eight thousand in february and doubling again to more than nine hundred thousand in march. You think marches number is high april. And may's numbers are going to be positively eye-popping as larger and larger proportions of the population are vaccinated and more of the economy reopens the breadth of job growth. Is what impressed kurt. Long at the national association of federally insured credit unions not just hard hit bars and restaurants but retail transportation. The building trades finance. A lot of businesses are looking ahead to really strong consumer demand and they don't want to be caught flat-footed without the necessary employees. Getting everyone back to work especially unemployed. Parents will require more rebound in services for those workers says nicole golden at the atlantic council. We need childcare to come back because it employs a lot of women and in particular minority women and because the burden of care and school closures have pushed so many millions of women out of the labor force. Childcare jobs are still fifteen percent below pre pandemic

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Arm's new chip architecture boosts security, speed for billions of processors

Daily Tech News Show

01:36 min | 2 weeks ago

Arm's new chip architecture boosts security, speed for billions of processors

"Arm announced its first major. New chip architecture in ten years called v nine and it is backwards compatible with good old fashioned arm v eight that we've had since two thousand eleven but it adds some new security a signal processing and performance features arm v nine introduces confidential compute architecture which allows the concept of realms realms will let a developer right application where the data can be kept from the rest of the system from the operating system from other apps that way only the realm manager software can see the data and if another part of the device were somehow breached. It wouldn't immediately be able to get at that. Data this is particularly important for companies who use cloud services specially like health or finance a helps prevent an intruder or even an employee breaking into an amazon. Google microsoft hyper visor and peaking at customer data scalable vector extension to or. Sv to extend the a workload capability of the architecture beyond just high performance chips they had sv in in v8 eight but v. nine now gets it on all the architectures seo to can enable digital signal processing capability for things like image processing internet of things. Smart home stuff arm thinks this will improve performance even when it is done outside the cpu in like a gpu or neuro processing unit or something like that but the bottom line for many of you will be the promised fifteen percent gaining computer power this year and an additional fifteen percent the year after for mobile and infrastructure cpu's

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New York On Verge Of Major COVID Vaccine Expansion As CDC Warns Cases Rising Nationally

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

00:27 sec | 2 weeks ago

New York On Verge Of Major COVID Vaccine Expansion As CDC Warns Cases Rising Nationally

"To the director of the cdc the most recent seven day average of new cases up seven percent over the previous seven days hospitalizations are also increasing while the seven day average of deaths remain at one thousand per day new jersey and new york have the highest per capita covid nineteen rates in the country. Meanwhile the cdc reports nearly fifteen percent of all americans including almost half of all seniors sixty five and older are fully vaccinated. So don't let your guard down

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Pandemic cited as cause of homelessness for some in Houston

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

Pandemic cited as cause of homelessness for some in Houston

"Also going over a new report that looks at how many people are living on the streets in greater houston and around with a houston coalition for the homeless says about fifteen percent of the homeless people. They surveyed blamed. The pandemic at a lot of those people aren't getting into shelters. Availability was limited due to social distance. See protocols in the potential reluctance of those experiencing homelessness sustain a shelter. Row shansi overall count would likely be higher if not for a federal eviction moratorium and the coalition's covert housing program.

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Goldman Sachs way off in PC expectations, consumer and commercial sales up

Mac OS Ken

02:39 min | 3 weeks ago

Goldman Sachs way off in PC expectations, consumer and commercial sales up

"There's misreading the numbers then. There's yesterday's note from goldman sachs analyst rod hall. He and his missed expectations in the december quarter by a lot missing march. Twenty twenty four missing in june. Okay missing in september fine but the amount he missed nine months into the pandemic look. I'm not saying i could do it. But i'm also not getting paid. Who knows how many tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of dollars to do it. Apple's read auto in part of a note whole wrote according to his firm's data. Pc shipments for the december quarter hit eighty nine point seven million units up twenty six percent year on year beating the bank's expectation by twenty one percent consumer side sales. Were up twenty. Seven percent beating their expectation by eighteen commercial. Sales were up. Twenty five percent beating their expectation by twenty four percent while he's apparently good at being wrong about computers. in general. We've come to know hall over the past couple of years for being wrong about apple in particular. Didn't used to be that way. Not sure what changed whatever it was. He doesn't appear to be changing back quoting his note. Apple rose thirty five percent year on year. End up with the sheriff fifteen percent up. One percentage point year-on-year that we note that. I'm wanting max where likely in short supply in the corridor. Quoting another part of his note. Hp lost share due to supply constraints while apple grew slightly faster than the market driven. In part by. Its new am one. Max looking ahead. We expect this general p strength to persist in the first half but we can in the second half driven by reopening as well as tougher compares to be fair hall said basically the same thing in a note back in december still do atypically typically apple three dot did not list halls rating and price target on apple shares. The last mentioned the boat was in the wake of apple's last call when hall stuck to his cell rating on apple shares. He did up as priced at that time. Though from eighty dollars to eighty three dollars since then shares have gotten as high as one hundred thirty seven dollars though. They've spent most of their time in the one hundred. Twenty something dollar range.

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Rep. Andy Kim talks about the impact of anti-Asian hate

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

09:37 min | 3 weeks ago

Rep. Andy Kim talks about the impact of anti-Asian hate

"Congressman. Andy kim of new jersey likes to say that he tries to practice the politics of humility. We saw that inaction in the aftermath of the january sixth insurrection when a photo of him cleaning debris alone from the rotunda went viral. Kim's humility is painfully present. In the conversation we had about anti-asian hate in the wake of the atlanta spa shootings and that has flared. Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic we talked about the impact of all of this on his five year old son in on himself. I didn't know what to tell my kid. And i didn't know what to say. I felt sadness. Because i knew that that was not the last time you would hear these things. Listen to the rest of this powerful conversation right now. congressman came. Thank you very much for coming to the podcast. Thanks so much for having me here today before we get into the big topic of of why we're here and and talking. Let's talk about your district. Because we you and i have spoken. Know offline before about your district which is a endless fascination for me new jersey's third congressional district right that's right. And the demographic makeup is about eighty percent wide and just under four percent asian american. That's about right. That's right and you were elected in twenty eighteen to your first term beating out of the incumbent republican and to add on top of it you are the first democrat of korean descent in the congress. The second overall how did a korean american in an overwhelmingly white district with a republican incumbent. Win election in two thousand eighteen. I'm still still trying to learn all the lessons. I'll be honest. I was why when i started running for congress twenty eighteen I remember my wife asked me. What's the chances that you can win. Said now know maybe fifteen percent. I think i was a little generous with myself at that time to my opponent. One by previous opponent he. You're right he's incumbent. Who won by twenty points in two thousand sixteen and what we ended up pulling off with twenty one point flip in two years To win the seat in now at even with that The the last democrat was re elected to see two one two in a row was before the civil war So so for us to pull is off was was a lot but look for me. This is my whole. And i i go into kindergarten. Here my oldest son's going to kindergarten here now this is this is where i love. This is where i had my first job. My first run you know. Got my first experience so many ways. And that's what. I try to convey the people here that i am a public school kid from this district that that got great opportunities because of this district went on to become rhode scholar. United states diplomat run for congress. I think that's why people appreciated what. I'm trying to bring here that honestly i'm not a knife fighting partisan politician in career public servant. I often say whether you voted for me or not. You're my boss and i talked about. I worked under both republicans and democrats. I think that that's what people are looking for. Someone who's actually not a politician end someone who's tried. Come at this from a set of public service. And i hope to be able to continue to convey to them that. That's what i'm trying to do. What mean here's what's interesting. You talk about that. Twenty one point flip In your district. When you ran the first time when you won election in two thousand eighteen you won by just two percentage points then you run for election in two thousand and twenty. Oh and i should point out that. Donald trump won the district by six points. Twenty sixteen and you talk about the big. You know how much you're the incumbent one but then in twenty twenty when you ran for re election. Donald trump won the district by but only by point two percent. But you won reelection by almost eight percent. What does that tell you about your district in how they were if anything and how they reacted to the trump presidency. Well it says a lot. And i'm still trying to dissect and analyze. It was say is it shows that that people paying attention to what i'm working on that they're not just voting straight down the line You're right either. President biden and senator both lost. My district is best election. And i was able to outperform them by about eight points but but i also think it shows that that that people are not just a straight party voters that the tens of thousands of people in this district voted for president trump in voted for me And now it's a question of why. And i've actually spoken to a number of people who voted for trump invoked for me. Part of it is about some of the issues. That are focused in on your the issues. That i give attention to life. Issues with veterans and issues specific to seniors Issues about the opioid crisis. That has hit so hard in my district so that is part of it but again a lot of people tell me that what it comes down to is just it is just the demeanor in some ways that they see me Somebody that while they may not agree with me on every issue they. They know that. I'm in this for the right reasons And i think that that's that means a lot to me. I want to see that. I am genuine ernest in my love of service and my love of this country and that kind of just wanted to make sure that. That's my northstar. Do these town halls every month over thirty three town halls. You know other things like that people like the engagement they lied. They see me working hard and hustling on their behalf of than in their family. So you know that. That's those are some of the takeaways that i that i get from neo friendly luncheon and so And that is a a a nice Dare say rosy picture of your district. However i was watching you on with My msnbc colleague Nicole wallace and and you were on talking about the tragedy in atlanta The mass shooting where eight people have died. Six of whom are asian asian american And sort of what that says about the tenor and tone of the conversation in this country and wondering from your perspective. How much of a role did donald trump play in. Fostering an atmosphere of menace daresay violence against asian-americans by using racist language to talk about the coronavirus pandemic. I the way. I sort of liking. This is that the former president certainly played a big role in in the situation. That rig i liken it to pour gasoline on a fire taking the situation in igniting even further fanning those flames. But i say that. By also recognizing that those flames existed before donald trump existed before the crowd of ours. It's going to exist after donald trump and after the krona virus I've experienced over the course of my whole life. Ever since i can remember events in my life. I remember some form of discrimination. Some former recognizing that other people see me as an other and that the that i'd never felt in my life fully comfortable that people see me as who i am. I just even go to what you just talked about before about about running for congress. I remember when i was running for congress. I talked to two political experts In the democratic party my party and they said look you seem like a nice guy in all but there's no chance you can win the seat because it's eighty over eighty percent white and less than three or four percent asian american and they told me. Why don't you think about going up to north jersey where there's a lot people that look like you and that's how the party tack to me. When i was thinking about running for congress it hurt and also someone that was a diplomat. The state department before that you know worked in afghanistan and iraq and then we found a letter on my desk when the state department telling me banned from working on anything related to korea. I never even applied to work on anything in korea and the united states state department proactively deemed me as unfit to work on an issue. Even though i had top secret security clearance born in the united states but they told me that letter basically how is that. They don't trust my loyalty

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Pueblo leaders meet with Second Gentleman of United States

Native America Calling

03:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Pueblo leaders meet with Second Gentleman of United States

"This is national native news. I'm antonio gonzales. In montana covid nineteen vaccines will be open to. All on april first yet is yellowstone. Public radio's caitlyn. Nicholas reports vaccines on. Tribal nations are already available to everyone. Jennifer show is a nurse. Practitioner at fort belknap tribal health department. She says they are. Well positioned to distribute the vaccine because of partnerships with indian health service and a longstanding public health nursing program that trained nine local nurses who handled contact tracing at the beginning of the pandemic girls. Were ready to go ready to start helping. Get the axing out with our population which is another plus for us. The girls work out in that area and they know how to get a hold of them. Which i think kind of helped us with getting. This rolled out so much faster as well. Tribes are also try and create a vaccination strategies show says fort belknap tribal health began vaccinating teenagers in the area. During the week of march fifteenth by partnering with local school systems both on nearby the reservation by this point teachers in the area. We're already vaccinated bubble. So you know the more. We can vaccinate around us as well as us ourselves. The better off. We're going to be trying to keep our numbers on black. Sea nation is currently reporting ninety. Five percent of eligible enrolled members are vaccinated ihs data from the pakistan and born in sioux tribes and the chippewa cree of rocky boy's reservation show a third of tribal members in these areas are now vaccinated compared to about fifteen percent of montana as a whole molly lind the tribal health director for the little shell tribe of chippewa. Indians says. The tribe has partnered with alluvial health. Great falls and is trying different. Vaccine approaches all the time instead of appointments one week. They offered an evening walk in vaccine clinic to see if that attracted members working day shifts. Were really trying to make it. As convenient as canaan for all of our members to get vaccinated vaccines are coming to tribes from direct federal allocations to ihs and sometimes through the state native americans are also prioritised under the state's vaccination plan due to higher risk of death and health complications from covid nineteen little. Shell health director. Wetland says. i really do think that tribal nation have done a really good job. It's hard to disagree. Look at montana's covid nineteen vaccine tracker map. And you'll see the dark. Green areas of high vaccination rates almost perfectly highlight tribal nations for national native news. I'm caitlyn nicholas. Group of pueblo. Leaders met with the second gentleman of the united states. Doug emhoff's last week when he traveled to new mexico part of a nationwide tour to promote the biden administration's covid nineteen recovery plan pueblo of alabama governor brian bio was one of four pueblo leaders to me with 'em hof at kua pueblo via says the trip to meet with the vice president's husband was only the third time he's left akamot pueblo in the years since the pandemic began aca has been under a number of emergency covid nineteen orders including a reservation closure bio says he shared with emhoff how the tribe prioritized elders and cultural leaders. I for covid nineteen vaccines. He stressed how the pueblo has had to put culture on the side which has been a great sacrifice. We remain rooted in our culture. that's what sustains and well we can't do we cannot practice what we not when we are not engaged in that process. It's painful and that was the case and still is the case during this time of what we are doing it because we have to protect our people file also shared with emhoff how the pueblo is continuing. Its vaccine. rollout plan everyone who is eligible every travel member every resident here. The people of alabama has an opportunity to receive the vaccine and doing all that we can also to ensure that our trouble members who do not live on the survey ship are also afforded the opportunity to be vaccinated and locations where they live one of the few tribes in new mexico working with the state vaccine distribution do its current legal battle with the indian health service over a reduction of care at a hospital on komo lands. I mean antonio

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When Currencies Fail: Bitcoin Google Searches in Turkey Rise 400% as Lira Crashes

CoinDesk Podcast Network

07:58 min | 3 weeks ago

When Currencies Fail: Bitcoin Google Searches in Turkey Rise 400% as Lira Crashes

"Let's move to our main discussion and there are really two parts of the story that we're going to cover. The first is the devastating crash of the turkish lira. The second is the response of people in that country who found their money worth dramatically less than it was just a few days before first of all what happened between sunday evening and monday. The turkish lira fell as much as seventeen percent against the dollar ultimately landing around ten percent down. Turkish stocks also crashed the benchmark borsa. Istanbul one hundred stock index was down as much as nine point four percent which is the biggest sell-off since june. Two thousand thirteen. The nasdaq listed shares. Msci turkey efl seventeen point five percent pre market in the us. The cause of all this on early saturday morning. Turkish president aragon unexpectedly fired nasi ball. though central. Bank governor who had been appointed in november at the center of their disagreement was how to approach inflation. So let's step back and actually look at the scenario inherited oddball. He was the third central bank governor in two years in november the year that he came to power the annual inflation rate was fourteen point zero three percent. According to the turkish statistical institute by december it was up to fourteen point six percent now these are just official numbers and some argue that it's actually much higher on november twelfth twenty. Twenty johns hopkins. Economists hanky tweeted everyday. I accurately measure inflation in turkey today. Measure it at thirty five point six one percent this year as opposed to the official number of eleven point eight nine percent after that fourteen point six percent number came out in december. He said that it was actually twenty. Five point eight five percent per year even holding that aside if you just take the official number nearly fifteen percent inflation a year a staggering that means a having of your purchasing power every year and this has been going on for a long time sue from three hours capital tweeted last night fun fact. The reason turkish lira is t. r. l. is because they've already redenominated before due to massive hyperinflation. Let's add a little more color than about the previous year and a half. The central bank had been keeping interest rates low or at least below consumer inflation. And as we've discussed before on this show. Negative real rates mean investors are discouraged from holding that sovereign debt as well as from holding lira or lira-denominated assets. These have been the policies for eighteen months or more and by fall. The currency was at all time. Lows added to. This fire was the way the turkish central bank had been trying to prop up the lira. Selling more than one hundred billion dollars in us foreign reserves in order to keep the lira from completely cratering in the process this destroyed and depleted their foreign exchange reserves and lead them to actually owing more dollars to turkish banks than the central bank actually had determined. Opposition leaders ask for judicial probe into the official reserves as of november. The country looked to be heading to a full on balance of payments crisis. And on top of this there have been major questions around the independence of the central bank from president. Aragon aragon infrequently given the central bank direct monetary policy instructions had dismissed two governors in the previous sixteen months effectively. When we really take a step back. Turkey has been on the see-saw between currency crisis and inflation. On the one hand and massive austerity and growth slowing interest rate hikes. On the other a currency crisis twenty eighteen led to increase interest rates. And by summer of the next year aragona points quote a friend to cut rates by mid-november when oddball came in it was a swing back to the interest rate hikes austerity side of the pendulum. The first act of akbal as he came in was to immediately raise the central banks one week repo rate which is an interbank lending rate from ten point. Two five percent to fifteen percent now. Interestingly this had started to work things were looking more positive from currency perspective at least in early. Twenty twenty one. Daniel call tweeted this morning. The turkey central bank helped make lira one of the best currencies versus the us d- in twenty twenty one curbing money supply growth via rate hikes helping reduce inflation. The turkish lira was up three point zero seven percent from december thirty first twenty twenty two march nineteenth. Twenty twenty one. It had been down twenty percent the year before it also saw something like fourteen to twenty billion of foreign fund inflows into turkish assets over that same period which reversed years of the opposite direction. Basically the interest rate hikes austerity were performing well in the context of global currency markets. But ogbah clearly didn't believe inflation was getting under control to the degree that he wanted to. He raised rates again to seventeen percent and then finally on the thursday before his dismissal raise them much more than expected to full. Nineteen percent and so the pendulum is swinging back again from interest rate hikes and toward at least in the minds of investors runaway inflation. The newly appointed governor saheb cops. Yo glue said that beating. Inflation is the bank's main objective but also said that they're committed to lowering borrowing costs and bolstering growth. Money managers. basically think he's going to be forced to lower interest rates and accept currency depreciation and indeed the other place. This is showing up is in the cost of insuring. Turkey's government debt against default the price of which rose more than fifty percent over the weekend. What's more this move. And the switch. From ball to cops iaglu super reinforces the narrative that central banks lack independence from erdogan. As well casio glue is a party. Loyalist bloomberg's chief emerging markets. Economists said quote the hit to the central bank's credibility and independence can't be overstated to gone has battered the institutions with interventions that have repeatedly financial markets. Were willing to give ball a chance. His successor will find it hard to build that trust again. So let's talk now about the other dimension to this that you might have caught if you were on twitter. Google searches for the term bitcoin in turkey more than quadrupled over the weekend after akbal sacking wise. That happening while one part of it may be the idea that bitcoin provides in inflation hedge and just a different currency to get away from lira volatility. Which by the way all it using bitcoin to get away from volatility where they don't tell you when they're trying to critique bitcoin is that people can stomach more volatility if there's some possibility that those seventeen percents swings or also to the upside as well but the other part of it is that as i mentioned the new governor has said that they are committed to fighting inflation but doesn't want interest rates to be the tool because they messed with growth. What are there other tools then. Bing bing bing capital controls restricting the flows of capital out of lira and lira-denominated assets so one question might be alongside. Google searches is are we. Seeing an increase in exchange activity owner goes pack. A consultant at the bbc turk pro exchange said that there was a spike in volume and that it was four both usd t tether as an alternative to us dollars and bitcoin on btc turk the bitcoin turkish lira pair has the highest volume with the tether turkish lira pair being the second highest now. This situation is going to evolve a lot. And i think on the one hand you have to just heartbroken. For the turkish people who are stuck between the whims and machinations of politicians and global economic flows that they have no control over when it comes to how much this new set of crypto and digital assets can actually help them escape from those pains. I've said numerous times. One of them remarkable things about this moment isn't that bitcoin and digital assets are going to save everyone from the follies of local currency regimes. That's just not realistic yet. What's remarkable is that for the first time ever the entire span of human history. There is a convenient easy permission. 'less ramp from those regimes for those people. Who have the technical know how to do it. The number of people who have that know how is an ever expanding group and that means that bitcoin and digital assets at an x factor to every single currency crisis. From here on

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The innovations we need to avoid a climate disaster with Bill Gates

TED Talks Daily

07:41 min | 3 weeks ago

The innovations we need to avoid a climate disaster with Bill Gates

"Would like to start where you start from the title of the book how to avoid climate disaster. Which of course presumes that. You're heading towards the climate disaster if we don't act differently. So what is the single. Most important thing we must do. So via caster the greenhouse gases we put into the atmosphere particularly ceo to stay there for thousands of years in. So it's really the sum of all those emissions are forcing temperature higher and higher which will have disastrous effects and so we have to take these emissions which are presently Over fifty one billion tons per year and drive those all the way down to zero and that's when the temperature will stop increasing and the disastrous weather events. won't get worse and worse so you know it's pretty demanding. It's not a fifty percent reduction. It's a all the way down to zero now. Fifty one billion is is a big number is difficult to register so understand that help us. Visualize the scale of the scale of the problem. Well the key is to understand all the different sources and People are mostly aware of the production of electricity with natural gas and coal is being big source. That's about twenty seven percent and there's some aware of transportation including passenger cars. Passenger cars are seven percent and transportation. Brawl is sixteen percent. They have far less awareness of the other three segments agriculture Which is nineteen percent heating and cooling buildings including using natural gas or seven percent and then sadly the biggest segment of all manufacturing including steel and cement People are least aware about one and in fact that one is the most difficult for us to solve the size of the all steel plants cement plants paper plastic. The industrial economy is gigantic. And we're asking now to be changed over in this thirty year period. We don't even know how to make that change right now. So you're correct momentum. Really here i'm simplifying. Is that basically. We need to clean up all of this the way we make things we grow things. We got around economy and so to do that. We need to get to a point where green energy is as cheap as fossil fuels and new materials materials cheap as materials and do ducal eliminating the green premium. So start tell us what you mean by green premium so the premium berries from emission sources. It's the cost to buy that product where there's been no emissions versus the cost. We have today and so for an electric car. The green premium is reasonably moss. Do pay a little more upfront. You save a bit on the maintenance and gasoline you give up some range. You have a longer charging time but over the next fifteen years because the volume is there and the aren't dis being done. We can expect that. The electric car will be preferable. It won't cost more will have a much higher range. And so that green premium that. Today's about fifteen percent is headed to be zero even without any government subsidies and so that's magic. That's exactly what we need to do for every other category now an area like cement where we haven't really gotten started yet. The green premium today is almost double the price that is you pay one hundred twenty five dollars per tonne of cement today but it would be almost double that if you insisted that it be green cement and so the way i think of this is in twenty fifty will be talking to indian same to them. Please use the green products is you're building basic shelter. You know simple air conditioning which they'll need because of the heat increase in lighting at night for students and unless we're willing to subsidize it or the price is very low They'll say no. This is a problem that the rich countries Created that india suffering from. And you need to Take care of it So only by bringing that green premium down very dramatically about ninety five percent across all categories. Will that conversation go well. So that india can make that shift and so the the key thing here is that the us has responsibility is not just two zero out its emissions. That's very hard thing. But we're only fifteen percent unless we through our power innovation make it so cheap for all countries to switch all categories. Then we simply aren't going to get there and so the. Us really has to step up and use all of this innovative capacity every year for the next thirty years what what needs to happen in order to for this breakthroughs to actually occur with kind of whatever the players need to come together well innovation usually happens at a piece of its own here. We have this deadline twenty fifty and so we have to do everything we can to accelerate it. We need to raise The rnd budgets in these areas in two thousand fifteen. I organized along with president lawn and obama. Aside event to the paris climate talks where what prime minister mode labeled mission innovation was a commitment to double rnd budgets over a five year period in all the the big countries came in and made that pledge. Then we need lots of smart people who instead of working out of the problems are encouraged to work on these problems. So coming up with funding for them is very very important. I'm doing through what. I call to energy fellows. We need high risk capital to invest in these companies. Even though the risks are very very high. And that's There is now a break in energy ventures as one group doing that and drawing lots of other people in But then the most difficult thing is we actually need markets for these products even when they start out being more expensive. And that's what. I call catalyst organizing the buying power of consumers and companies and governments so that we get on the learning curve. Get the scale going up like we did with solar wind across all these categories so it's both supplied innovation and demand for the the green products. It that's the combination that can start us to make this change to the physical in the infrastructure of the entire physical economy

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Unpacking Inequities in Unemployment and Economic Recovery

The Brookings Cafeteria

04:37 min | Last month

Unpacking Inequities in Unemployment and Economic Recovery

"I am marcellus co bari. A senior fellow in the global economy and development program here with a sustainable development spotlight as part of the greater recovery from cove nineteen. The biden administration has an opportunity to tackle three into related challenges facing the american economy. The first one is unemployment. Even as unemployment rates have gradually fallen. Since last april the labor force was a whole has shrunk. We still have ten million fewer workers employed today than before the pandemic and because covid nineteen proportionately disrupted sectors like cleaning hospitality and food services high contact sector that also typically pay low wages. The workers most affected are more likely to be black hispanic female anion second even before the pandemic made things worse the. Us labor market was incredibly precarious. Almost half of the american workforce some fifty. Three million people were working in low wage jobs. Earning on average eighteen thousand dollars a year. These workers also see very little upward mobility looking at the transition of some twenty million workers in the lowest paid jobs. We found the low wage workers sticky for every two years or worker remains in lower work their chances of escaping get cut in half and third. The us just doesn't invest enough in infrastructure. We spent just over. Two percent of gdp on infrastructure while european country spend five percent on average in china around eight percent this lack of investment hamper productivity in long-term growth by looking at new infrastructure proposals to a workforce lands. The administration has the opportunity to address the precarious low wage labor market and speed up reemployment while providing much needed infrastructure like broadband. Roads and bridges. Should be the primary goal. We think that the jobs that go into it can make all the difference to workers hit hardest in this crisis in a new policy. Brief we provide an example. What this analysis might look like we use data from hundreds of thousands of real occupational transitions in the last twenty years to answer some questions. That may help policymakers prioritize and adapt projects to maximize their workforce in impact. I absorption how many what kind of workers will new projects employees each will require a unique occupational mix and occupations employed different kinds of workers take broadband an eighty billion dollar investment. The amount proposed in clyburn. Bill would enjoy about two hundred thousand workers over the course of a year in occupations like telecom line installers electronics engineers. Most of them eighty five percent can be sourced from currently unemployed and underemployed people from the telecom construction industries. These workers tend to be older wider in mail. So policymakers might consider a diversity inclusion strategy when hiring for infrastructure projects second. How good will be the recovery from the two thousand and eight recession left too. Many workers behind the quality of jobs created and who has access to them matters if we want to make sure the recovery for the economy also means recovery workers given the urgency to accelerate. Reemployment policymakers may favor investments that create jobs with low natural barriers to entry and that provide living wage basic labor protections instability here infrastructure. Jobs to well. They generally pay more than the national medium offer opportunities for upward mobility and are accessible to workers without a college degree. Third what specific reskilling may be required if we assume that the two hundred thousand jobs in broadband are created in year. One we find there are not currently enough unemployed and underemployed workers to fill about fifteen percent of the jobs created. The potential shortages aren't highly technical jobs specialized telecom industry. These jobs pay well and many workers would benefit from the opportunity to learn the skills needed to fill up. This type of analysis can help maximize the long term impact of these investments on the workforce and informed local reskilling efforts. They can help follows. He makers prioritize projects that can absorb locally displaced workers plugging abandoned oils for instance not only can reduce harmful methane emissions but maybe helpful to workers in places like pennsylvania transitioning from fossil fuels. There are precedents for programs like this. During the great depression federally funded infrastructure investments amounted to six point seven percent of gdp at speak it provided paid work for up to forty percent of unemployed americans equivalent to about four million jobs today. So what we're thinking about the great new bridges and broadband will end up with. We also need to be considering the people who build them and how. This is a massive opportunity to really break ground on both our economic recovery and to reconcile with labor markets card by equity and lack of opportunity.

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Data Shows The New York PD Seized 55,000 Phones In 2020

Geek News Central

02:16 min | Last month

Data Shows The New York PD Seized 55,000 Phones In 2020

"The nypd fifty five thousand cell phones last year most likely due to the pandemic this numbers actually market lower than the roughly ninety. Two thousand phones. They served season two thousand nineteen but another parent consequence of covid. Era is that fewer people jump through the regulatory hoops desert. Get their phones back. Meaning police kept nearly forty percent of the phones. Taken in twenty twenty. And here's crazy part at now. We understand if you're you know you're slinging drugs or something you get your phone sees. That's part of a you know. That's that's what's happening but as the report notes nearly eighty five percent of all seizures performed by the nypd. Were not listen. This were not related to any criminal charges against the person whose phone had been taken. One lawyer pointed out that the nypd officer took a shooting victims phone from them while they re while they were recovering at the hospital claiming they needed it for evidence and the person had to jump through lots of hoops to get his phone back. The city previous ride claimants to present two forms of id in order to get their property back even even if the police had seized the owners driver's license so there's all kinds of things has been going on here. People have been caught in a catch twenty two situation. And there's really not a lot that people can do from people just taking people's phones like civil forfeiture seizing property under the pretense needed as evans. Directly benefits nypd. The twenty-one thousand unclaimed foams at the york city took from citizens last year will wind up being auctioned and it's not like nypd needs that money. Those proceeds whitney put a dent in at ten point. Nine billion dollars. The city spent last year to fund the police force. But they're going to sell twenty one thousand phones that they had no reason to behold onto now. Some of those were probably seized because of a crime the fifteen percent according to this report. But it doesn't make go Just a little bit. It really really does

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Google follows Apple in cutting Play Store fees for developers

Mac OS Ken

04:46 min | Last month

Google follows Apple in cutting Play Store fees for developers

"Seen that ran the piece tuesday saying that. Google is following apple's lead and lowering the commission charges most developers selling to the google play store while the changes similar to apple's at something google's scott might be more generous according to seeing that google will only take a fifteen percent commission on sales up to one million dollars the fee will jump to the standard thirty percent wants developers make more than the one million dollars in sales for a year. According to the report sounds the same as apples offer but it isn't a piece from ars. Technica ran the matt. Saying apple applies. It's lower fifteen percent rate to a developer. Developer exceed one million dollars in revenue in a given year at which point the thirty percent number is applied to all of that developers. Earn inc's google still charges fifteen percent on that first million even if the developer makes five million so in google's model a developer who earns one point two million dollars on a nap pays fifteen percent on one million then thirty percent on two hundred thousand and novels a developer making eight hundred thousand four hundred over fifteen percent on that amount but if they make one point two million they pay thirty percent on all one point two million. Not just two hundred thousand. It's tough to know how many developers straddle that million dollar fence. There's also a bird in the hand thing going on right now. While apple's lower commission went live at the first of the year seen that says google's won't drop until the first of july quoted in the scene that piece google. vp of product management. Samir soman said with this change ninety nine percent of developers globally that sell digital goods and services with play. We'll see a fifty percent reduction in fees. I'm no mathematician but does that indicate that ninety nine percent of developers selling in the google play store make less than a million dollars a year. I mean i knew the split between the cells and the cells knots was big but golly as for what such large as costs apple and google saying the cost is manageable would be understating it a piece from. Cnbc has numbers from the app. Tracking firm center tower. According to those apple and google or giving up less than five percent of their revenue from apps with the commission changes will let cnbc and sensor tower. Do them at this. If the fifteen percent fee schedule on revenue up to one million dollars and been in place on google play in twenty twenty google would have missed out on five hundred. Eighty seven million dollars or about five percent of sensor towers estimate of eleven point. Six billion dollars in google pay fees for the year. If apple's program had been in place for twenty twenty center tower estimates that it would have missed out on five hundred and ninety five million or about two point seven percent of its estimated twenty one point seven billion dollars an app store fees in twenty twenty. I gotta say that makes apple structure look worse. Actually and i didn't have to say that. And yet i did unhappy with the changes. A guy who won't be greatly affected by these changes. Google shuffling of commissions was likely spurred by apple's commissions which the start of the year that was likely spurred by bad press generated by the coalition for up fairness which was blinked into existence by epic game. Ceo tim sweeney putting it to sink play. Cnbc's says epic games is currently suing apple and google seeking the make changes to their app stores to allow for third party payment processors as well as other changes that is like the reader's digest version of the cliffs notes of what's going on but works summon forth from the fort. Sweeney took to twitter on tuesday to say why. The changes are inadequate in his estimation. quoting sweeney. Tweet it's a self serving gamut. The far majority of developers will get this new fifteen percent rate and thus be less inclined to fight but the far majority of revenue is naps. What the thirty percent rate so. Google and apple can continue to inflate prices and flees consumers with their app taxes.

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Apple AirPods Sales Could Slip 15% in 2021

Mac OS Ken

01:51 min | Last month

Apple AirPods Sales Could Slip 15% in 2021

"There are tough. Comparisons we think about ipads post lockdown. Max post lockdown and some we might find surprising t.f international analyst. Ming g quo seems to think that the happy fun time is over for airpods days of explosive growth for airpods may already be over reads the called mag headline based on a young mc note quoting that note we cut our forecast of twenty twenty one. Airpods shipments by thirty to thirty five percent to seventy five to eighty million units. Which implies the ten to fifteen percent year over year decline with differentiated from the market's consensus of one hundred. Ten to one hundred twenty million units in twenty twenty one indicating twenty five to thirty percent year over year growth. If that holds it will be the first year over year. Decline for apple's everlasting ear stoppers for the first full year of sales estimates had apple selling about fifteen million pair according to the cult that was followed by thirty five million units in two thousand eighteen. Almost sixty million in two thousand nineteen and according to quo- ninety million units in twenty twenty to be clear the products not dead. Neither is the category in fact as has happened with other apple products. Cupertino truly wireless earbuds life into a market. That's now seeking to supplant them. Called amac says when apple shows up early mover and a category other manufacturers create rival products that grab market share but failed to slow apple sales momentum after a while as markets become more saturated and third party products. Get better apples. Gains stall

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"fifteen percent" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

The Bechdel Cast

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen percent" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

"For fifteen percent off today. Another thing that I found to be not so great about this movie is one of the things that like temporarily breaks up their friendship is them being like, you're not cute. No. You are not cute. They're like arguing over how the each other love. And who's the Rhoda? That's real. That's that's a real thing. We were arguing today who's the Roman who's the Michelle? We'll yeah. Let's just let's just ask the crowd. Yeah. Okay. Clap if you think that me Caitlyn is Romi, and that Jamie is Michelle clap if that's what you think. Okay. Oh, this might be tight clap. If he thinks the opposite that I am Michelle and that Jamie is Romi. There you have it there. Well, there you go I do identify as a Romi so tend to fight as a Michelle. I'm posing. Okay this outcome. Well, our fans know us, so. Oh, man. I do feel a lot of relief after. All right to the one person who was wrong. I'm kidding. Anyway. So yeah, that's that's a weird moment that I don't if this movie was like came out today. I don't think they would be like your ugly. No, you're the ugly one. Where do you think? They don't say you're not cute it just who's cuter. And I think it would be like or be more thoughtfully addressed. Because I mean, I think that I had a note about that too. But it's like the I don't know for auditing on the idea that it's like the high school reunion, and the ideas within the reunion the gets between them that argument makes sense. But the fact that only goes I think it was written out. It would be about their looks their career. It'd be about the three things they were worried about and not just like who's hot who's not like that sort of thing would probably be more thoughtful discussion of like, I mean, they barely talk. They only mentioned that Lisa Kudrow has never worked day in her life once. Well, they do she used to. Josh you saw the job..

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"fifteen percent" Discussed on The 45th

The 45th

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen percent" Discussed on The 45th

"For fifteen percent off today. All right. There's more immigration related news. One thing about was actually really horrifying report. That just I think it was late on Friday. It was like a really late night like filing in federal court the same court. That's been kind of monitoring the situation with these uprated children and getting accountability from the government in terms of reuniting with their families and getting numbers while the government told federal court few days ago that it would take extraordinary effort to reunite migrant children as if that is an excuse in sponsor homes with their parents. Now, the excuse they used was this. They said that while look first of all apparently, we have separated thousands more children than the twenty seven hundred or so that we told you about. But now they're saying that if we remove these kids from their sponsor homes, it will further emotionally traumatize them. But it kind of threw in a little tidbit or said, actually, it has no way of tracking the children taken from their parents. They. Can't track the children. They don't know who belongs to who. I am. I mean, like, obviously that is the fucking reason. It will take extraordinary effort. I'm so sorry. I'm coaching a lot to them tired. But this just I mean was devastating to read. I don't even understand how this is remedy. This is like something out of like a dystopia nightmare. Unfortunately, not too distant future. It's like straight up one of the deficit of genocide is taking children away three raise by different culture. Like, it's right. And I just keep going back to like psycho Nielsen's tweets like back at the start. And this is she's like, oh, there's no politics. Bring children from the parents just in the current. When she absolutely knew it was going on knew how badly the was being run new. They had no solution for actually gonna kids back, and she's still turns it diet. And no one's holding your countable for that. This is straight a criminal to me, this credit human rights violations can somebody. Can somebody hold us responsible police in the Hague step in or something can't because we're not a party? But anyway. Kids that were separated before it publicly reveal those happening. No so piecemeal that they stood even bother to track. It the kids would be taken away and there'd be reassigned unaccompanied minors. So people were thinking those were unaccompanied minors. They were a new bomb era when they were literally unaccompanied minors like, you know, usually you not little kids but kids to walkers the border neuronal at teenagers show, fifteen sixteen seventeen miners, but they they did come in your own power. They weren't they were children who brought parents parents were arrested. So they were then deemed unaccompanied and no one bothers right down where they came from..

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"fifteen percent" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen percent" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"We're going to be given out that phone number. Jason let's get to ingredient number two because this'll make a three super pill. Does something that no other fish oil product, can do it actually lowers cholesterol talk about these plant sterols, explain how this works. And why it's so important, right? Well, I don't know anyone who isn't concerned about their cholesterol. If you have high cholesterol, obviously, you wanna lower it if you have normal or healthy cholesterol. Obviously you want to maintain it. Well in the world of dietary supplement there is one compound one ingredient that stands head and shoulders above anything else. They're called plants. They're all they have over a hundred and forty human clinical studies shown to significantly lower LDL cholesterol. And again. LDL is the bad cholesterol, HDL, good cholesterol. And the studies are pretty dramatic. They show that in as little as a few weeks four weeks, you can see anywhere from five to fifteen percent reduction in your LDL level safely, and naturally absolutely no side effects, very effective. They've known about plants they're all since the nineteen fifties, and they work via a very different mechanism than statin drugs. So I wouldn't tell people to stop taking statin drugs. We're not trying to position this is an alternative to statins. Statins work by preventing the production of cholesterol in the liver. Plant sterols block, the absorption of cholesterol in the intestines. Plant sterols are similar structurally to the cholesterol molecules, and they basically confuse little cells in your intestine called might feels into thinking that the plant sterols are actually the cholesterol particles. So the my steals pick up the plant sterols instead of the cholesterol. Particles and the cholesterol particles, instead just get passed through your intestines. The point is if you're on Staten, you can take plants they're all as an addendum therapy to help control your cholesterol. Studies actually have been done to show that they can amplify the benefits. And of course, this particular product, you get obviously first off the full clinically tested amount of the plants. They're all to deliver the benefits as shown in the studies. That's something that's very important because a lot of products out there that you'll see that have plant sterols on the label may only deliver a tiny fraction of what any study is ever showed any benefit for purity delivers the full amount that you need to get these benefits. Now, Jason let's talk about the third ingredient in the formula co Q ten which is also becoming one of the more popular nutritional ingredients all over the world. Tell us about co Q ten and why it's valuable for our health. What is what does it do? Well, co Q ten is found in every single cell in your body. It's there from the moment your conceive. Until the moment you leave the earth. Unfortunately, as you age, you lose coenzyme q ten so by the time, you're in your senior years, you've only got about half as much co Q ten as you did when you were about twenty now when you think.

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"fifteen percent" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen percent" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"We're going to be giving out that phone number. Jason let's get to ingredient number two because this'll make a three super pill. Does something that no other fish oil product, can do it actually lowers cholesterol talk about these plant sterols, explain how this works. And why it's so important, right? Well, I don't know anyone who isn't concerned about their cholesterol. If you have high cholesterol, obviously, you wanna lower it if you have normal or healthy cholesterol. Obviously you wanna maintain it. Well in the world of dietary supplement there is one compound one ingredient that stands head and shoulders above anything else. They're called plants. They're all they have over a hundred and forty human clinical studies shown to lower significantly, lower LDL cholesterol. And again, LDL is the bad cholesterol, HDL, good cholesterol. Obviously, you don't want to lower HDL plant sterols only target LDL. And the studies are pretty dramatic. They show that in as little as a few weeks four weeks, you can see anywhere from five to fifteen percent reduction in your LDL level safely, and naturally absolutely no side effects, very effective. They've known about plants they're all since the nineteen fifties, and they work via a very different mechanism than statin drugs. So I wouldn't tell people to stop taking statin drugs. We're not trying to position this is an alternative to statins. Statins work by preventing the production of cholesterol in the liver. Plant sterols work differently. They block the absorption of cholesterol in the intestines. Plant sterols are similar structurally to the cholesterol molecules, and they basically confuse little cells in your intestine called might feel into thinking that the plant sterols are actually the cholesterol particles. So the my steel pick up the plant sterols instead of the cholesterol particles, and the cholesterol particles instead sort of just get passed through your intestines than you ultimately excrete them instead of absorbing them. The point is if you're on Staten, you can take plant off as an addendum therapy to help control your cholesterol studies actually haven't onto show that they can amplify the benefits. And of course, this particular product, you get obviously first off the full clinically tested amount of the plant sterols to deliver the benefits as shown in the studies. That's something that's very important because a lot of products out there that you'll see that have plant sterols on the label may only deliver a tiny fraction of what any study is ever showed any benefit for purity delivers the full amount that you need to get these benefits. Now, Jason let's talk about the third ingredient in the formula co Q ten which is also becoming one of the more popular nutritional ingredients all over the world. Tell us about co Q ten and why it's valuable for our health. What is what does it do? Well, coq ten is found in every single cell in your body. It's there from the moment, you're conceived until the moment, you leave the earth. Unfortunately, as you age, you lose coenzyme q ten so by the time, you're in your senior years, you've only got about half as much co Q ten as you did when you were about twenty now when you think.

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"fifteen percent" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen percent" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Only target LDL. And the studies are pretty dramatic. They show that in as little as a few weeks four weeks, you can see anywhere from five to fifteen percent reduction in your LDL level safely, and naturally absolutely no side effects, very effective. They've known about plants they're all since the nineteen fifties, and they work via a very different mechanism than statin drugs. So I wouldn't tell people to stop. Taking statin drugs. We're not trying to position this is an alternative to statins. Statins work by preventing the production of cholesterol in the liver. Plant sterols work differently. They block the absorption of cholesterol in the intestines. Plant sterols are similar structurally to the cholesterol molecules, and they basically confuse little cells in your intestine called my feels into thinking that the plants they're all are actually the cholesterol particles. So the my seals pick up the plant sterols instead of the cholesterol particles, and the cholesterol particles instead sort of just get passed through your intestines in you, ultimately, excrete them instead of absorbing them. The point is if you're on Staten, you can take plants they're off as an addendum therapy to help control your cholesterol. Studies actually have been done to show that they can amplify the benefits. And of course, this particular product, you get obviously first off the full clinically. Tested amount of the plant sterols to deliver the benefits as shown in the studies. That's something that's very important because a lot of products out there that you'll see that have plant sterols on the label may only deliver a tiny fraction of what any study is ever showed any benefit for purity delivers the full amount that you need to get these benefits. Now, Jason let's talk about the third ingredient in the formula co Q ten which is also becoming one of the more popular nutritional ingredients all over the world. Tell us about co Q ten and why it's valuable for our health. What is what does it do? Well, co Q ten found in every single cell in your body. It's there from the moment, you're conceived until the moment, you leave the earth. Unfortunately, as you age, you lose coenzyme q ten so by the time, you're in your senior years, you've only got about half as much co Q ten as you did when you were about twenty now when you think.

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"fifteen percent" Discussed on Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen percent" Discussed on Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

"Emmy SS for fifteen percent off today or tomorrow, or whenever you want to sign up, but definitely signed up. Already wear back and new thing we decided we're going to do is go on our Instagram stories and let you guys ask us questions about whatever we're talking about. But I feel like I got a lot of really good questions. What is the shittiest thing you've done it a wedding? I shoved not shoved I bumped the flower girl out of the way to catch the bouquet at my brother's wedding. And I also throw a candle at him. What the fuck? Yeah. Explain. The which one both I want both. Well, so I was taller than her. And I wanted to catch it, and I kind of stepped in front of her, and it kind of maybe push your backwards, and she kind of maybe fell over got the bouquet. And then I was just goofing around with my brother, and he was chasing me. Candle when we were cleaning up like after everyone left I thought. Okay. But then I just grabbed three down. But the wind blew it out. Okay. Well, that's a little better got on the floor a little bit. But like not enough to be thing. Interesting. So not that bad. No. That isn't too bad at the one wedding. I've been to I remember someone making a threesome reference. And I was like I'm down. And this woman goes, oh, would you lick my butthole? And I remember saying I would normally not. But I feel like you have a nice one. Yeah. I would then found out she's about to get or she is very or something. And I was like whoops. So next question that would you ever crash a random wedding for free booze? And if so how would you crash I would have to already be high. I couldn't do that sober. I'm actually a giant coward..

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"fifteen percent" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen percent" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"We're going to be given out that phone number. Jason let's get to ingredient number two because this omega three super pill. Does something that no other fish oil product, can do it actually lowers cholesterol talk about these plant sterols, explain how this works. And why it's so important, right? Well, I don't know anyone who isn't concerned about their cholesterol. If you have high cholesterol, obviously, you wanna lower it if you have normal or healthy cholesterol. Obviously you wanna maintain it. Well in the world of dietary supplements, there is one compound one ingredient that. Stands head and shoulders above anything else. They're called plants. They're all they have over a hundred and forty human clinical studies shown to lower significantly, lower LDL cholesterol. Again, LDL is the bad cholesterol, HDL, good cholesterol. Obviously, you don't wanna lower HDL. Plant sterols only target LDL. And the studies are pretty dramatic. They show that in as little as a few weeks four weeks, you can see anywhere from five to fifteen percent reduction in your LDL level safely, and naturally absolutely no side effects, very effective. They've known about plants they're all since the nineteen fifties, and they work via a very different mechanism than statin drugs. So I went tell people to stop taking statin drugs. We're not trying to position this as an alternative to statins. Statins work by preventing the production of cholesterol in the liver. Plant sterols work differently. They block the absorption of cholesterol. In the plant sterols are similar structurally to the cholesterol molecules, and they basically confuse little sales in your intestine called my feels into thinking that the plant sterols are actually the cholesterol particles. So the my steals pick up the plant sterols instead of the cholesterol particles, and the cholesterol particles instead sort of just get passed through your intestines in you excrete them instead of absorbing them. The point is if you're on Staten, you can take plant sterols as an addendum therapy to help control your cholesterol. Studies actually have been done to show that they can amplify the benefits. And of course, this particular product, you get obviously first off the full clinically tested amount of the plant sterols to deliver the benefits as shown in the study. That's something that's very important because a lot of products out there that you'll see that have plant sterols on the label may only deliver a tiny fraction of what any study is ever showed any benefit for purity delivers the full. The amount that you need to get these benefits. Now, Jason let's talk about the third ingredient in the formula co Q ten which is also becoming one of the more popular nutritional ingredients all over the world. Tell us about co Q ten and why it's valuable for our health. What is what does it do? Well, co Q ten is found in every single cell in your body. If they're from the moment, you're conceived until the moment, you leave the earth. Unfortunately, as you age, you lose coenzyme q ten so by the time, you're in your senior years, you've only got about half as much co Q ten as you did when you were about twenty now when you think.

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"fifteen percent" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen percent" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Super, pill does something that no other. Fish oil product can do it. Actually lowers cholesterol talk about these plant sterols explain how this works and why it's so important. Right well I don't know anyone who isn't concerned about their cholesterol. If you have high cholesterol obviously. You wanna lower it if you have normal or healthy cholesterol obviously you want to maintain it well in the world of dietary supplements There is one compound one ingredient that. Stands head and shoulders above anything else they're called plants they're all. They have over a hundred and forty human clinical studies shown to lower significantly lower LDL cholesterol and again LDL is the bad cholesterol HDL good cholesterol obviously. You don't wanna lower HDL plant, sterols only target LDL, and the. Studies are pretty dramatic they show that in as little. As a few weeks four weeks, you can see anywhere from five to fifteen percent reduction in your LDL level safely and naturally absolutely. No side effects very effective they've known about plants they're all since the nineteen fifties and they work. Via. A, very different mechanism than statin drugs so I wouldn't tell. People to stop taking statin, drugs we're not trying to. Position this as an alternative to statins, statins, work by preventing the production of, cholesterol in the liver plant sterols Work differently they block the absorption of cholesterol in the intestines plant sterols are similar structurally to the cholesterol molecules and they basically confuse little cells in your intestine called. My fields into. Thinking that the plant sterols are actually the cholesterol particles so the mice deals pick up the plant sterols. Instead of, the cholesterol particles and the. Cholesterol, particles instead. Sort, of just get passed through your intestines than you ultimately excrete them instead of absorbing them. The point is if you're on Staten you can take, plants they're, off as an addendum therapy to help control your cholesterol studies actually have been done to show. That they can amplify the benefits. And of course this, particular product you get obviously first, off the full clinically tested amount of the plant sterols to. Deliver the benefits as shown in the studies that's something. That's very important because a lot of products out there that you'll see that have plant sterols on the label may only deliver a Tiny. Fraction of what any study is ever showed any benefit for purity delivers the full amount that you need to. Get these benefits now Jason let's talk about the third ingredient in the formula co q. ten which, is also becoming one of the more popular nutritional ingredients all over the world tell us about co q. ten and why it's. Valuable for our health what is what does it do well coq ten is found in every single. Cell in your body if they're from the moment you're conceived until the moment you leave the earth. Unfortunately as you, age you lose coenzyme, q ten so by, the time you're in your senior years you've only got about half as much co q. ten as you did when you were about..

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"fifteen percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"A five to fifteen percent reduction in your ldl level safely and naturally absolutely no side effects very effective they've known about plants they're all since the nineteen fifties and they work via a very different mechanism than statin drugs so i wouldn't tell people to stop taking statin drugs we're not trying to position this as an alternative to statins statins work by preventing the production of cholesterol in the liver plant sterols block the absorption of cholesterol in the intestines plant sterols are similar structurally to the cholesterol molecules and they basically confused little cells in your intestine called my fields into thinking that the plant sterols are actually the cholesterol particles so the my steals take up the plant sterols instead of the cholesterol particles and the cholesterol particles instead just get passed through your intestines the point is if you're on staten you can take plant sterols as an addendum therapy to help control your cholesterol studies actually have been done to show that they can amplify the benefits and of course this particular product you get obviously first off the full clinically tested amount of the plant sterols to deliver the benefits as shown in the studies that's something that's very important because a lot of products out there that you'll see to have plant steles on the label may only deliver a tiny fraction of what any study is ever showed any benefit for purity delivers the full amount that you need to get these benefits now jason let's talk about the third ingredient in the formula co q ten which is also becoming one of the more popular nutritional ingredients all over the world tell us about co q ten and why it's valuable for our health what is what does it do well co q ten is found in every single cell in your body it's there from the moment you're conceived until the moment you leave the earth unfortunately as you age you lose coenzyme q ten so by the time you're in your senior years you've only got about half as much co q ten as you did when you were about twenty now.

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"fifteen percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"A five to fifteen percent reduction in your ldl level safely and naturally absolutely no side effects very effective they've known about plants they're all since the nineteen fifties and they work via a very different mechanism than statin drugs so i wouldn't tell people to stop taking statin drugs we're not trying to position this as an alternative to statins statins work by preventing the production of cholesterol in the liver plant sterols block the absorption of cholesterol in the intestines plant sterols are similar structurally to the cholesterol molecules and they basically confuse little cells in your intestine called my feels into thinking that the plant sterols are actually the cholesterol particles so the mice steals take up the plant sterols instead of the cholesterol particles and the cholesterol particles instead just get passed through your intestines the point is if you're on staten you can take plants they're off as an addendum therapy to help control your cholesterol studies actually have been done to show that they can amplify the benefits and of course this particular product you get obviously first off the full clinically tested amount of the plant sterols to deliver the benefits as shown in the studies that's something that's very important because a lot of products out there that you'll see that have plant sterols on the label may only deliver a tiny fraction of what any study is ever showed any benefit for purity delivers the full amount that you need to get these benefits jason let's talk about the third ingredient in the formula co q ten which is also becoming one of the more popular nutritional ingredients all over the world tell us.

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"fifteen percent" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat

Coffee Podcast by Cat

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen percent" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat

"Title ix operating expenses for the cafe should be ten to fifteen percent so when you start to get up in that ten to fifteen percent zone just for your rent you are making things really difficult for your already pinched yeah you're already in a hole and then you talked a little bit about the the landlord kind of relationship i guess yeah i think that's something that's under estimated by people and it's super important i mean at best a bad landlord can hinder what you're trying to do and make life really difficult for you and at worst it can totally cripple your whole business particularly you know as you go get try to you know maybe try to go get alone or work with the bank there's certain things that the bank needs to see the landlords do yeah talk about that what was the thing that like dale had to sign off or whatever yeah you're laying the lap to sign off kind of like a a release of assets within the cafe because the bank will want to hold those assets as collateral so that's something if you're funding new cafe with part of alone something to be aware of that you talk to your landlord about that up front and make sure they're willing to do that because that'll just you know that'll that'll speed the process as you're going through the loan so yeah really you know try to establish that good landlord relationship because it'll really pay dividends down the way how this wasn't part of the talk about how would you recommend approaching a landlord is it almost like the same way you'd approach interviewing someone.

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"fifteen percent" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen percent" Discussed on Love Your Work

"Blitz and by the way as designer i have to say we've these templates are stunning with we your website is not just beautiful you also get tons of tools to help you turn that website into a business this means features to help promote your products process payment manage inventory send marketing campaigns and get discovered by new customers you know stuff that gets you paid stuff at the intersection of your love and money van diagram we is offering fifteen percent off just for love your work listeners at weei dot com slash love your work that's right as a fan of love your work go to we bleed dot com slash love your work that's we blay w e b l y dot com slash love your work and you'll get fifteen percent off when you sign up for your online store we've lee more than just a beautiful website yeah you know i it seems like you has such a healthy relationship with your sub conscious or or out on like another side of another person inside of you in a way because you know you're you use that to propel yourself along creatively and that's really kind of what makes your podcast appealing is this journey into your subconscious mind and that's probably what makes peop it makes it so that it puts people to sleep you know to be honest i don't listen to your podcast to go to sleep i listen to your podcast before every podcast interview including this one because i use it to warm up use it to bring myself my subconscious mind to the surface because you do that meandering and everything so i mean that's just one interesting thing about this podcast but i would like to hear about the time line you know right now you have around four thousand or something patriot backers which is incredible you're in the top twenty patriot creators that is out there but you've been at it for four years can you give us an idea of time line of in.

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"fifteen percent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen percent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Bottles hundreds of thousands of americans take our fish oils every day and fish oil does so many incredible things for our health one of the things basically the only major thing that fish oil does not do at least has not yet been clinically shown to do is to lower cholesterol and so obviously tens of millions of people are concerned about their cholesterol we just were bombarded by customers who said you gotta do something to help us out with our cholesterol so instead of selling them to different products we kind of did the simple thing and said you know what let's take these plant sterols that have been developed recently a new brand of plants they're all that we get from europe with great clinical data to lower cholesterol by up to fifteen percent as little as four weeks we took that ingredient and we can bind with our pharmaceutical grade fish oil added something called coenzyme q ten another critical heart nutrient and we've got a triple action formula here like no other we call it the omega three super pill jason let's break it down let's go through these different items wanted a time omega threes all over the news big headlines major research articles why are fish oil so doggone hot these days well fifteen thousand published studies on the role of omega threes and human nutrition and it grows by the day just about every single dimension of our health is now shown to be positively impacted by omega threes basically everything but as i said cholesterol fish oil will not lower cholesterol but it will manage triglycerides will support blood pressure it will help keep your veins flexible and functioning well it'll keep the blood flowing it's great.

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"fifteen percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Five to fifteen percent reduction in your ldl level safely and naturally absolutely no side effects very effective they've known about plants they're all since the nineteen fifties and they work via a very different mechanism than statin drugs so i wouldn't tell people to stop taking statin drugs we're not trying to position this is an alternative to statins statins work by preventing the production of cholesterol in the liver plant sterols work differently they block the absorption of cholesterol in the intestines plant sterols are similar structurally to the cholesterol molecules and they basically confuse little sales in your intestine called my feels into thinking that the plant sterols are actually the cholesterol particles so the my seals pick up the plant sterols instead of the cholesterol particles and the cholesterol particles instead sort of just get passed through urine test in you ultimately excrete them instead of absorbing them the point is if you're on staten you can take lance they're off as an addendum therapy to help control your cholesterol studies actually have been done to show that they can amplify the benefits and of course this particular product you get obviously first off the full clinically tested amount of the plant sterols to deliver the benefits as shown in the studies that's something that's very important because a lot of products out there that you'll see that have plant sterols on the label may only deliver a tiny fraction of what any study is ever showed any benefit for purity delivers the full amount that you need to get these benefits jason let's talk about the third ingredient in the formula co q ten which is also becoming one of the more popular nutritional ingredients all over the world tell us about co q ten and why it's valuable for our health what is what does it do well co q ten is found in every single cell in your body it's there from the moment your concede until the moment you leave the earth unfortunately as you age you lose coenzyme q ten so by the time you're in your senior years you've only got about half as much co q ten as you did when you.

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"fifteen percent" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen percent" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Have these biased sees that lead to solve optimal outcomes which is another reason why the average individual should have an adviser and should focus on their goals and objectives and let someone else do the daytoday implementation it's it's like a coach and and a play right a great coach is never makes a tackle great coach never throws a pass they're the ones setting up the game plan they're the ones making sure the players or training they're the ones making sure that discipline is there but they don't actually you know do the work and that's what the the owner of the assets should be they should be the coach saying all right i want you to do this and this and this i want i want to achieve these goals from my retirement on a on this it liability for college and i want to have a little fun money to do this and i want to have a little bit of money to do crazy investments i always say i would say every investor should three buckets yes liquidity bucket ten to fifteen percent to fund their lifestyle that's to fund you know two years have spending should be all be liquid and no chance of losing it they should have ten to fifteen percent in your fund money portfolio the the gac rich bucket and that's to do the friends condo deal the hot stock tip you see on cnbc you're gonna lose all of that small right small but then at least seventy to eighty percent to do the stay rich bucket.

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"fifteen percent" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"fifteen percent" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"You just want to make sure you're not doing that in each time that you're taking out a loan or or again if you're in a position to pay that bow down at than a rapid restore can be done average age of your credit is fifteen percent represents fifteen percent so what you don't want to do and this is something that you cannot recover from and it's a myth that you'll hear if you're not using your credit cards close amount that would not be an accurate statement you'd definitely do not want a close credit cards out that you're not using exe specially if they have a history associated to that so two years as kind of that were near really starting to see some positive effect from that age of that credit is two years so if you have credit cards that have been open for over two years five years ten years and you close it out you can't recover that because you even when you get a new credit now you have to reestablish that so the age and the amount of credit that you have in the history is fifteen percent of your score now what you can do if you don't have established trade line so you're just starting out your credit maybe you're younger listener i'll go to mom or dad or a great friend or something and ask them to add you as an authorize user to some of their long established accounts you don't have to have access to it they don't have to give you credit card but just add you on did they count as an authorize user and that's going to help to build that that average age of credit which has such a big impact on your actual score and then mix of credit is important to that represents ten percent everyone installment you wanna have three revolving trade lines now you do want to be careful with as she went to consult with the mortgage expert or so depending on what type of loan that you're getting to you not not to just go out and open credit cards because it may have a negative effect so there because of the other parts of the score that affected but on and you just from that peace alone the mix is one installment to three revolving zone installment that would be like a car payment or student loan your revolving debts are all your credit cards or revolving liabilities and mental of course there's the inquiries the inquiry's represent ten percent of your score seven enquiries a year before it affects your squirm in a.

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"fifteen percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"fifteen percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Fifteen percent on those qualified dividends to try to have more room to convert and if that's the case that you could run you're for your income up to eighty five nine the only thing over the seventy five nine would be the qualified dividend it'd be taxed at fifteen percent something it's complicated here but it's better what are you willing to pay i got you i mean if you're doing what i'm doing is kind of doing a a guesstimate what would how would you would you just combined the two and call it a ordinary income to be safe conservative sure i would that way you you know you've got some wiggle room in their right to i'm going to come under for sure if i do if i treat them all as ordinary dividend you could i mean that's one way to do it or in or you know if i have to pay a little tax bill of tax but i'd probably go a little short on it just because i though think tax right okay thank you know my wife's w two position is our only a pre payments into the system how do we know we withheld enough to avoid a penalty when when it all hicks out well if you're going to run it right at seventy five nine right right you know what the taxes it's it's fifteen percent of the majority of that but the first eighteen thousand or so is is taxed at ten percent so you can calculate the tax and things route ten thousand dollars right and so you know that if that's with you need to have your withholding pretty close to that number okay okay now does last year we had an education credit of fifteen 1500 andy refundable upper american opportunity credit of one thousand and that's going.

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