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"four percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:10 min | 3 weeks ago

"four percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Morning from London. I'm Stephen Carroll. I'm Caroline hepco, welcome to Bloomberg daybreak, Europe this morning, where we are looking ahead to the Central Bank decision from the fed, of course. We also have a really great interview with the international trade secretary Kimi bad knock and we'll talk about UK mortgages with ray bulger of charcoal at about 20 past 7. In terms of the market figures this hour then, we have stocks at the moment up on the hang saying 2.4%, although Hong Kong has closed afternoon trading because of a major storm, stop futures for Europe are still higher three tens of 1%, U.S. benchmark yields on the most sensitive interest rate sensitive yield on the two year four 51 down three basis points. The ten year yield at four spot zero 5, other major news this morning, the dollar at the moment is down a tenth of 1% and oil prices continue to rise after dwindling a U.S. stockpile reported yesterday Brent crude futures $95 50. Those are the markets. A couple of corporate headlines crossing the terminal for you this morning from the shipping giant mask cutting its global container demand forecast for 2022 to minus two to minus four percent so that is interesting to reflect how things are affecting, of course, has been massive demand for ocean shipping as we know as after from during the pandemic in fact. So I'm just going to see that come back down. This is the company's reporting third quarter ebit of $9.48 billion, a big beat on the estimate of 8.63 billion. We've also got results from GSK as well. There are adjusted earnings per share, 46.9 pounds. That's a big beat on the estimate of 39.2 pants as well. They're not saying full year operating adjusted operating profit, I would grow the 15 to 17% that's at big upgrade on the previous forecast of 13 to 15% growth. That's from GSK. So those are the breaking news lines. Let's go to our top stories. The UK's trade secretary Kimi bad knock has questioned the accuracy of the economic forecast that are produced by Britain's independent fiscal watchdog. Speaking to Lizzie burden for us here on Bloomberg day bake Europe, bed nook said that The Office for budget responsibility doesn't always get things right. Having been a treasury minister, I distinctly remember pretty much every previous OBR forecast never been quite right. So this is about us working in partnership with UBI to get good forecasting rather than having debate about whether the OBR or the government is correct. Though beta knocks comments were focused on Brexit and trade, they risk rekindling around that help to end the premiership of the former prime minister Liz truss, Joss government announced a massive package of tax cuts without an OBR forecast leading to chaos in the financial markets and her eventual resignation. The CEO of HSBC says China will emerge from COVID and that it's important economically for the country to find a solution to its current strategy. Speaking to Bloomberg television, Noah quin said moving beyond the virus will be key for the country's economic success in the future. The COVID is a big story because with a restriction in movement into an hour of China, it's very hard for the international community to reconnect with that economy. But it will rebound and China will open up at some point in time. But I think it is important for the economy for China eventually to find a solution to the COVID strategy. That HSBC is no Quinn, a Chinese stocks rallied on Monday on speculation that policymakers were forming a committee to assess COVID exit scenarios, China's farmers she spokesperson though saying he's not aware of any such steps. Credit Suisse's long-term credit rating has been downgraded by S&P due to concerns about the viability of the bank's turnaround plan, the ratings agency has now cut the bank's long-term rating from triple-b minus to triple-b with a stable outlook. The downgrade comes after the Credit Suisse chairman axel layman told Bloomberg that he is bullish about the bank's growth prospects for the Asia Pacific region. Of course, we monitor and watch carefully potential geopolitical tensions, but we think as a European Swiss based company, we are very well positioned to navigate through that probably challenging future uses. Credit Suisse's chairman axel layman there. He, along with the CEO Ulrich kerner, are betting that they can revive the struggling lender with a restructuring plan funded via a multi-million dollar multi-billion dollar rather capital ways. The FT is also reporting this morning that the Qatar investment authority plans to increase its stake in Credit Suisse by investing in a share sale alongside the Saudi national bank. The U.S. job openings unexpectedly rebounded in September complicating the policy picture for the Federal Reserve ahead of today's rate decision. The strength of the jobs market is likely to fuel further wage gains and add pressure on the fed to extend its aggressive campaign of hikes to carbon inflation. His Bloomberg's Michael McKee with more on what we can expect from today's meeting. The focus of the November fed meeting is going to be the December fed meeting. Once again, central bankers have told us they intend to raise interest rates by three quarters of a percentage point to 4% this week, but there have also been some hints from some fed officials and some data that they might dial back to a half point rise in December at a quarter point rise after that. Much will depend on how the economy develops, but markets would like a better idea of just how high the fed will go. Answering that question without creating more market volatility will be determined Jay Powell's main job after Wednesday's meeting. Michael McKee, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And just finally, here in the UK, prices in supermarkets have surged by the fastest raids since at least 2005 last month the cost of living crisis is piling pressure on consumers, Bloomberg's Ewan Potts reports now. The British retail consortium says shop price inflation accelerated to 6.6% in the year to October, a record for the index which goes back 17 years and up from 5.7% in September. Food price increases were faster still hitting

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Stocks fall sharply as Target's woes renew inflation fears

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Stocks fall sharply as Target's woes renew inflation fears

"Hi hi hi hi Mike Mike Mike Mike Crossey Crossey Crossey Crossey reporting reporting reporting reporting stocks stocks stocks stocks fall fall fall fall sharply sharply sharply sharply as as as as targets targets targets targets woes woes woes woes renew renew renew renew inflation inflation inflation inflation fears fears fears fears stocks stocks stocks slumped slumped slumped on on on Wall Wall Wall Street Street Street Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday as as as the the the Dow Dow Dow Jones Jones Jones industrial industrial industrial average average average fell fell fell more more more than than than eleven eleven eleven hundred hundred hundred points points points and and and the the the S. S. S. and and and P. P. P. five five five hundred hundred hundred had had had its its its biggest biggest biggest drop drop drop in in in nearly nearly nearly two two two years years years for for for earnings earnings earnings reports reports reports from from from target target target and and and other other other major major major retailers retailers retailers added added added to to to inflation inflation inflation concerns concerns concerns the the the S. S. S. and and and P. P. P. dropped dropped dropped four four four percent percent percent the the the nasdaq nasdaq nasdaq fell fell fell four four four point point point seven seven seven percent percent percent and and and the the the Dow Dow Dow dropped dropped dropped three three three point point point six six six percent percent percent target target target lost lost lost a a a quarter quarter quarter of of of its its its value value value after after after reporting reporting reporting earnings earnings earnings that that that were were were far far far short short short of of of what what what analysts analysts analysts had had had forecast forecast forecast Wall Wall Wall Street Street Street appears appears appears headed headed headed to to to its its its sixth sixth sixth consecutive consecutive consecutive weekly weekly weekly loss loss loss hi hi hi Mike Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Rossi

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Average long-term US mortgage rates edge up to 5.3%

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 7 months ago

Average long-term US mortgage rates edge up to 5.3%

"Mortgage mortgage mortgage mortgage rates rates rates rates edged edged edged edged up up up up again again again again this this this this week week week week as as as as the the the the fed fed fed fed works works works works on on on on dampening dampening dampening dampening inflation inflation inflation inflation getting getting getting getting a a a a thirty thirty thirty thirty year year year year home home home home loan loan loan loan is is is is becoming becoming becoming becoming more more more more expensive expensive expensive expensive mortgage mortgage mortgage mortgage buyer buyer buyer buyer Freddie Freddie Freddie Freddie Mac Mac Mac Mac reports reports reports reports that that that that the the the the average average average average thirty thirty thirty thirty year year year year mortgage mortgage mortgage mortgage rate rate rate rate rose rose rose rose to to to to five five five five point point point point three three three three percent percent percent percent this this this this week week week week that's that's that's that's up up up up slightly slightly slightly slightly from from from from a a a a week week week week ago ago ago ago and and and and the the the the highest highest highest highest rate rate rate rate since since since since two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand nine nine nine nine this this this this time time time time last last last last year year year year the the the the average average average average is is is is only only only only two two two two point point point point nine nine nine nine four four four four percent percent percent percent fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen year year year year fixed fixed fixed fixed rate rate rate rate mortgages mortgages mortgages mortgages popular popular popular popular with with with with owners owners owners owners or or or or refinancing refinancing refinancing refinancing get get get get down down down down to to to to four four four four point point point point four four four four eight eight eight eight percent percent percent percent the the the the federal federal federal federal reserve reserve reserve reserve raised raised raised raised its its its its benchmark benchmark benchmark benchmark interest interest interest interest rate rate rate rate last last last last week week week week by by by by half half half half a a a a percentage percentage percentage percentage and and and and has has has has signaled signaled signaled signaled more more more more rate rate rate rate hikes hikes hikes hikes are are are are likely likely likely likely as as as as it it it it works works works works to to to to reverse reverse reverse reverse the the the the highest highest highest highest inflation inflation inflation inflation in in in in forty forty forty forty years years years years I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king

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Group reports record tally of antisemitic incidents in 2021

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

Group reports record tally of antisemitic incidents in 2021

"The the the the anti anti anti anti defamation defamation defamation defamation league league league league is is is is reporting reporting reporting reporting a a a a sharp sharp sharp sharp increase increase increase increase in in in in the the the the number number number number of of of of anti anti anti anti semitic semitic semitic semitic incidents incidents incidents incidents reported reported reported reported in in in in the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. last last last last year year year year the the the the civil civil civil civil rights rights rights rights group group group group finds finds finds finds more more more more than than than than twenty twenty twenty twenty seven seven seven seven hundred hundred hundred hundred cases cases cases cases of of of of assault assault assault assault harassment harassment harassment harassment and and and and vandalism vandalism vandalism vandalism were were were were reported reported reported reported in in in in twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one the the the the highest highest highest highest number number number number on on on on record record record record and and and and a a a a thirty thirty thirty thirty four four four four percent percent percent percent increase increase increase increase over over over over the the the the prior prior prior prior year year year year the the the the anti anti anti anti defamation defamation defamation defamation league league league league sites sites sites sites in in in in part part part part a a a a sharp sharp sharp sharp rise rise rise rise in in in in the the the the month month month month of of of of may may may may when when when when scores scores scores scores of of of of Palestinians Palestinians Palestinians Palestinians and and and and more more more more than than than than a a a a dozen dozen dozen dozen Israelis Israelis Israelis Israelis were were were were killed killed killed killed during during during during a a a a military military military military action action action action by by by by Israel Israel Israel Israel last last last last may may may may in in in in Los Los Los Los Angeles Angeles Angeles Angeles Jewish Jewish Jewish Jewish people people people people were were were were attacked attacked attacked attacked outside outside outside outside a a a a restaurant restaurant restaurant restaurant but but but but people people people people said said said said to to to to be be be be waving waving waving waving Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian flags flags flags flags and and and and a a a a Jewish Jewish Jewish Jewish man man man man in in in in New New New New York York York York was was was was beaten beaten beaten beaten and and and and pepper pepper pepper pepper sprayed sprayed sprayed sprayed on on on on his his his his way way way way to to to to a a a a pro pro pro pro Israel Israel Israel Israel rally rally rally rally I'm I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn

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Many say Biden not tough enough on Russia: AP-NORC poll

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 7 months ago

Many say Biden not tough enough on Russia: AP-NORC poll

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AP-NORC poll: Many say Biden not tough enough on Russia

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 7 months ago

AP-NORC poll: Many say Biden not tough enough on Russia

"Many many many many Americans Americans Americans Americans are are are are questioning questioning questioning questioning whether whether whether whether president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden is is is is showing showing showing showing enough enough enough enough strength strength strength strength in in in in his his his his response response response response to to to to Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's war war war war against against against against Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine a a a a new new new new Associated Associated Associated Associated Press Press Press Press norc norc norc norc poll poll poll poll finds finds finds finds fifty fifty fifty fifty four four four four percent percent percent percent of of of of Americans Americans Americans Americans think think think think president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden hasn't hasn't hasn't hasn't been been been been tough tough tough tough enough enough enough enough in in in in his his his his response response response response to to to to Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's invasion invasion invasion invasion of of of of Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine thirty thirty thirty thirty six six six six percent percent percent percent say say say say his his his his approach approach approach approach is is is is right right right right and and and and eight eight eight eight percent percent percent percent think think think think he's he's he's he's too too too too tough tough tough tough but but but but for for for for those those those those wanting wanting wanting wanting a a a a more more more more robust robust robust robust response response response response only only only only twenty twenty twenty twenty two two two two percent percent percent percent say say say say they they they they favor favor favor favor deploying deploying deploying deploying U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. troops troops troops troops to to to to Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine to to to to fight fight fight fight against against against against Russian Russian Russian Russian forces forces forces forces most most most most Americans Americans Americans Americans fifty fifty fifty fifty five five five five percent percent percent percent are are are are opposed opposed opposed opposed to to to to that that that that and and and and twenty twenty twenty twenty three three three three percent percent percent percent are are are are somewhere somewhere somewhere somewhere in in in in the the the the middle middle middle middle one one one one responding responding responding responding to to to to thirty thirty thirty thirty one one one one year year year year old old old old man man man man with with with with military military military military ties ties ties ties in in in in his his his his family family family family says says says says he he he he feels feels feels feels that that that that the the the the US US US US shouldn't shouldn't shouldn't shouldn't be be be be policing policing policing policing the the the the world world world world but but but but he he he he certainly certainly certainly certainly wishes wishes wishes wishes there there there there could could could could be be be be more more more more done done done done to to to to help help help help the the the the Ukrainians Ukrainians Ukrainians Ukrainians I'm I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn

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WHO says global COVID cases, deaths declined again last week

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

WHO says global COVID cases, deaths declined again last week

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Majority of Americans want masks for travelers: AP-NORC poll

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 7 months ago

Majority of Americans want masks for travelers: AP-NORC poll

"A a a a poll poll poll poll finds finds finds finds a a a a majority majority majority majority of of of of Americans Americans Americans Americans want want want want travelers travelers travelers travelers to to to to keep keep keep keep wearing wearing wearing wearing masks masks masks masks the the the the AP AP AP AP New New New New York York York York center center center center for for for for public public public public affairs affairs affairs affairs research research research research survey survey survey survey found found found found fifty fifty fifty fifty six six six six percent percent percent percent of of of of Americans Americans Americans Americans favor favor favor favor masks masks masks masks on on on on planes planes planes planes and and and and a a a a public public public public transit transit transit transit and and and and twenty twenty twenty twenty four four four four percent percent percent percent opposed opposed opposed opposed the the the the survey survey survey survey was was was was done done done done just just just just before before before before a a a a judge judge judge judge this this this this week week week week but but but but the the the the federal federal federal federal transportation transportation transportation transportation mask mask mask mask mandate mandate mandate mandate on on on on hold hold hold hold at at at at a a a a Florida Florida Florida Florida airport airport airport airport Christina Christina Christina Christina Costigan Costigan Costigan Costigan cheered cheered cheered cheered the the the the match match match match should should should should have have have have been been been been done done done done a a a a long long long long time time time time ago ago ago ago but but but but the the the the new new new new York York York York Maranda Maranda Maranda Maranda Kharadi Kharadi Kharadi Kharadi said said said said she'll she'll she'll she'll hang hang hang hang on on on on to to to to hers hers hers hers I'm I'm I'm I'm a a a a teacher teacher teacher teacher I I I I still still still still teach teach teach teach at at at at the the the the sign sign sign sign and and and and sell sell sell sell gonna gonna gonna gonna ride ride ride ride the the the the train train train train without without without without on on on on another another another another eighteen eighteen eighteen eighteen to to to to work work work work poll poll poll poll last last last last month month month month showed showed showed showed forty forty forty forty four four four four percent percent percent percent of of of of Americans Americans Americans Americans still still still still often often often often or or or or always always always always wear wear wear wear masks masks masks masks outside outside outside outside their their their their homes homes homes homes down down down down significantly significantly significantly significantly from from from from a a a a few few few few months months months months ago ago ago ago just just just just twenty twenty twenty twenty percent percent percent percent now now now now say say say say they're they're they're they're very very very very or or or or extremely extremely extremely extremely worried worried worried worried about about about about getting getting getting getting cold cold cold cold at at at at nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen Sager Sager Sager Sager mag mag mag mag ani ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington Washington

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Producer prices surge 11.2% in March on higher energy costs

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 8 months ago

Producer prices surge 11.2% in March on higher energy costs

"Surging surging surging surging energy energy energy energy costs costs costs costs trigger trigger trigger trigger a a a a record record record record jump jump jump jump in in in in wholesale wholesale wholesale wholesale prices prices prices prices the the the the labor labor labor labor department department department department says says says says wholesale wholesale wholesale wholesale prices prices prices prices rose rose rose rose one one one one point point point point four four four four percent percent percent percent last last last last month month month month from from from from February February February February and and and and they they they they jumped jumped jumped jumped eleven eleven eleven eleven percent percent percent percent in in in in March March March March from from from from a a a a year year year year earlier earlier earlier earlier the the the the fastest fastest fastest fastest year year year year over over over over year year year year pace pace pace pace on on on on records records records records dating dating dating dating back back back back to to to to twenty twenty twenty twenty ten ten ten ten the the the the producer producer producer producer price price price price index index index index measures measures measures measures inflation inflation inflation inflation before before before before it it it it reaches reaches reaches reaches consumers consumers consumers consumers energy energy energy energy prices prices prices prices which which which which soared soared soared soared after after after after Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's invasion invasion invasion invasion of of of of Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine on on on on February February February February twenty twenty twenty twenty fourth fourth fourth fourth were were were were up up up up nearly nearly nearly nearly thirty thirty thirty thirty seven seven seven seven percent percent percent percent from from from from March March March March twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one the the the the wholesale wholesale wholesale wholesale inflation inflation inflation inflation report report report report comes comes comes comes a a a a day day day day after after after after the the the the labor labor labor labor department department department department reported reported reported reported that that that that consumer consumer consumer consumer prices prices prices prices last last last last month month month month jumped jumped jumped jumped eight eight eight eight and and and and a a a a half half half half percent percent percent percent from from from from a a a a year year year year earlier earlier earlier earlier the the the the fastest fastest fastest fastest annual annual annual annual clip clip clip clip since since since since December December December December nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen eighty eighty eighty eighty one one one one my my my my camp camp camp camp in in in in Washington Washington Washington Washington

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WHO: COVID cases and deaths fall for 3rd consecutive week

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 8 months ago

WHO: COVID cases and deaths fall for 3rd consecutive week

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A key inflation gauge sets 40-year high as gas and food soar

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 8 months ago

A key inflation gauge sets 40-year high as gas and food soar

"A a key key gauge gauge on on inflation inflation is is hit hit a a forty forty year year high high with with prices prices on on food food and and gas gas still still soaring soaring the the commerce commerce department's department's reporting reporting the the personal personal consumption consumption expenditures expenditures price price index index has has jumped jumped six six point point four four percent percent in in February February compared compared to to a a year year ago ago the the largest largest spike spike in in four four decades decades strong strong consumer consumer demand demand and and shortages shortages of of many many goods goods helped helped drive drive the the increase increase intensified intensified by by Russia's Russia's invasion invasion of of Ukraine Ukraine which which has has disrupted disrupted global global oil oil markets markets and and xcelerated xcelerated prices prices for for wheat wheat nickel nickel and and other other key key commodities commodities excluding excluding volatile volatile prices prices for for food food and and energy energy the the core core inflation inflation number number increased increased five five point point four four percent percent in in February February compared compared to to the the previous previous year year some some economists economists are are now now predicting predicting the the federal federal reserve reserve could could raise raise its its key key lending lending rate rate by by an an aggressive aggressive half half point point in in both both may may and and June June hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Americans ease up on masks, virus safeguards: AP-NORC poll

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

Americans ease up on masks, virus safeguards: AP-NORC poll

"Many Americans have taken significant steps back from lunch routine covert nineteen precautions a new poll from the Associated Press norc center for public affairs research found forty four percent of those assets Hey they often or always wear a face mask around people outside of their homes but that's down from sixty five percent in January just forty percent say they're largely avoiding nonessential travel compared that with sixty percent in January and forty seven percent of those asake they regularly stay away from large groups that's down from sixty five percent at the start of the year I surely after

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Saint Peter's is 3rd 15 seed in Sweet 16, beats Murray State

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Saint Peter's is 3rd 15 seed in Sweet 16, beats Murray State

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Home sales fell far more than expected in February, as mortgage rates rose and supply remained tight

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

Home sales fell far more than expected in February, as mortgage rates rose and supply remained tight

"Increasing prices and rising mortgage rates result in a decrease in home sales sales of existing homes dropped seven percent in February from January the national association of realtors says sales declined two point four percent from February of last year as the median home price jumped fifteen percent from last year at this time two three hundred fifty seven thousand dollars home prices are surging as potential buyers compete for relatively few homes available and according to mortgage buyer Freddie Mac the average rate for the benchmark thirty year mortgage rose above four percent this week for the first time since may twenty nineteen I'm

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US producer prices climbed 10% in February from a year ago

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 9 months ago

US producer prices climbed 10% in February from a year ago

"We know we're paying more for products than we were a year ago but the increase is pegged at ten percent the labor department says wholesale inflation in the U. S. shot up ten percent in February compared to the year before wholesale energy prices were up nearly thirty four percent and food prices have spiked almost fourteen percent on a monthly basis the producer price index which tracks inflation before it hits consumers increased eight tenths of one percent from January in this report doesn't reflect how much gas prices have shot up since February fifteenth analysts at Oxford economics say tensions over Ukraine if pushed commodity prices higher and they'll likely go up even more in the coming months the federal reserve rate cut set this week is expected to help combat rising prices I'm Jackie Quinn

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Mitchell hits 7 3s, scores 33 points in Jazz's win over Mavs

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 9 months ago

Mitchell hits 7 3s, scores 33 points in Jazz's win over Mavs

"The jazz shot fifty four percent in the one fourteen one oh nine down into the Mavericks Donovan Mitchell had a career high seven three pointers and finished with thirty three points when we're down late were executed defensively you know where we're executing offensively who composed we're locked in we're taking care of the ball do not a lot of things necessary to win the game boy and Bogdanovich added eighteen points Mike Conley had fifteen everybody go bear finished with fourteen points seventeen boards and three blocks by data bridge put the jazz up one ten one oh seven by draining a corner three with one twenty eight left look at dodges had twenty three points eleven assists and seven rebounds for Dallas Dwight Powell had a season high twenty two points and Spencer Dinwiddie added twenty I'm the ferry

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US slightly revises up its GDP estimate for Q4 to 7%

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

US slightly revises up its GDP estimate for Q4 to 7%

"The government says fourth quarter economic growth was better than originally estimated I'm Ben Thomas with a look at the numbers the U. S. economy ended twenty twenty one expanding at a brisk seven percent annual pace for the year the gross domestic product grew five point seven percent that was the fastest calendar year growth since nineteen eighty four so far this year though the outlook for the economy has dimmed considerably accelerating inflation higher borrowing rates anxious financial markets and Russia's attack on Ukraine darkening the picture the International Monetary Fund estimates US economic growth will slow to four percent this year Ben Thomas Washington

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 Fewest Americans collecting unemployment aid since 1970

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

Fewest Americans collecting unemployment aid since 1970

"The number of Americans collecting unemployment benefits has dropped to the lowest level since nineteen seventy I'm Ben Thomas with a closer look first time claims for jobless aid fell by seventeen thousand last week the labor department report shows two hundred and thirty two thousand applications filed with the four week average also dropping in total one million four hundred and seventy six thousand Americans were collecting unemployment benefits the week that ended February fifth that was one hundred and twelve thousand fewer than the previous week in the lowest level since March nineteen seventy nearly fifty two years ago earlier this month the department reported a surprising burst of hiring in January with employers adding four hundred and sixty seven thousand jobs well the nation's unemployment rate stands at four percent Ben

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Stock market futures rebound after S&P 500 closes in correction

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 9 months ago

Stock market futures rebound after S&P 500 closes in correction

"Global stock markets and Wall Street futures rebound over sanctions on Russia for sending troops into Ukraine London Frankfort opened higher Shanghai Hong Kong and Seoul advanced Japanese markets were closed for a holiday oil prices edged higher on unease about possible disruption to Russian supplies yesterday the S. and P. lost one percent putting the broad market index in correction territory the nasdaq sank one point two percent and the Dow closed down one point four percent I'm

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"four percent" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"four percent" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

"The original price began at four hundred ninety nine bucks with a mandatory two year contract with a cellular provider then ceo of microsoft or competitor to apple. Steve baumer so the iphone had quote no chance of taking over the smartphone market Steve the iphone now dominates ninety four percent of the entire industry apple. Sold two million iphones back in two thousand seven compared to two hundred and sixteen million ten years later today. The apple application market is bigger than hollywood. The average americans vins anywhere between two and six hours on their iphone every day. The least used app on the phone as the phone. Most people use text messaging and facebook now. The world is pretty much addicted to the iphone as you may not and the result is attention. Spans are much shorter than they used to be. Verbal conversations rarer bad stuff in your hand easily available. The upside is the ability to instantly. Communicate and to gather information is an amazing invention the iphone which has made the world a far different place than it was fourteen years ago the danger in all this is isolation some people and you know they are live on the iphone is never out of their hands if they wake up at night they grab it there had is always down. It's far easier to deal with the device then to deal.

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"four percent" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"four percent" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

"Said they want to try keep in mind. That's fifty two percent. That's only half. There's not like an overwhelming majority. Fifty two percent say they want to try or keep using different product. Forty four percent are not interested at all in four percent of people. Were just too stoned. Answer the questions. The type of marijuana has got the most people intrigued. our edibles. nine percent of people are interested in those smoking weed. The old fashioned way came in a close second in twenty two percent. There you go so here we are as more and more municipalities and states rather are voting to legalize marijuana in different ways. It's it's different different. Laws are different in different different states. Right okay we get that but there are a lot of people who still don't want to legalize i get it. You know cool But right here under our noses at iheartradio they still refuse to play any songs that say the word we'd or talking about the word high. I mean example the latest example peaches from justin bieber. I get my dead air in california and say we'd can still say pizza pizzas from the people. I heard what does take the word weed out. Maybe no one will notice okay. I noticed this but what happens in a song like because i got high. Remember that song. Yeah what are they gonna do with this. Y-.

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"four percent" Discussed on Data Skeptic

Data Skeptic

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"four percent" Discussed on Data Skeptic

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"four percent" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"four percent" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

"About some of the things that bullard actually said other than the fact that they're now talking about talking about tapering or raising rates and one of the things he talked about was inflation and bullard did acknowledge that inflation as measured by the cpi was higher than what the fed originally thought it would be and this is supposedly a big revelation. Oh my god. They're finally admitting that there's more inflation than they thought. And according to bullard. I mean he reiterated what we learned on wednesday that the fed's new inflation forecast and again this is just a cpi not actual inflation but the fed believes that the cpi is going to rise by three point four percent for all of twenty twenty one. Now first of all. You gotta remember that we've already gone up by two point seven percent in the first five months of the year two point seven and the feds forecast for the entire year as late as march. Just a few months ago was two point four so in march of this year the fed had it in fischel forecast for the cpi of two point four percent. It would go up two point four percent in the twelve months of the year. Well here we are five months into the year and we're already a two point seven. We're already point. Three percent higher in five months in the then what the federal reserve was forecasting as of march would be the entire game for the year. So that shows you how ridiculous their forecasts are but was even more ridiculous is that they're still sticking to occurred forecast of three point four percent for the entire year. What that means is since we're already at two point seven in five months. The only way the fed is going to be accurate will be if over the next seven months. We only add another point. Seven to what we've already got so in other words. The fed is saying that monthly increases in the cpi for the rest of the year will average no more than point one which means that if we do get some months that are above point one. We're probably going to have to have some months. That are negative. Maybe the fed actually thinks that consumer prices are going to start to fall at some point this year. I don't know why they think that. So far this year the smallest monthly increase we had was in january and that was point three so every month since january has been above point three yet. The federal reserve now thinks that every month in the future is going to be not only below january but point one way below what we had in january so this whole forecast of three point. Four percent is absurd. I mean obviously you're gonna take the over on this ridiculous forecast but rather than focusing on the absurdity of how low the forecast is the markets are simply focusing on the fact that the fed is acknowledging that the inflation problem is greater than they first thought. Now the question is are they going to be forced to acknowledged that the inflation that they thought was transitory is in fact not transitory and might that prompt the fed to act even more aggressively than what is currently being contemplated. Which again is not aggressive at all when you've got interest rates at zero and all you're doing is discussing whether or not you should slightly increase them from zero in a year or in two years or three years yet..

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"four percent" Discussed on Erratic Dispatches

Erratic Dispatches

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"four percent" Discussed on Erratic Dispatches

"A record deal in in the eighties or something was signed. A record deal that says your royalty rate was six percent which means ninety four percent of the money went to the record company before you got your six percent and out of your six percent. There were things that they called recuperable costs so the cost of recording. All the studio costs all the cost of making videos. All those promotion calls came out of your six percent not the record companies ninety four percent so you basically had to sell a million records before you start to see a profit from the copies at all because all sort of creative accounting that went on so in that way. It's it's really not a whole lot different. You know like you really had to be like a major star to sort of see record company money like you could make more money touring or with merchandise or whatever else you know so in that way to like yeah with the streaming services not great but it i would caution people about you know getting this algebra about the good old days because they weren't so great he's like a you know famous musicians or singers at work with that. When you i worked with them you felt like really intimidated starstruck by certainly.

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"four percent" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"four percent" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

"That's switch territory. I'm sorry because you could knock that dial and suddenly yeah you know. No one's ever gonna go to five nine. Well if you're doing a dog yeah you don't wanna do it at full four percent. You don't want it to explode overloads. They just stand there. This is gonna this is going to blow up and take us all out and somebody else is. Susan fucking dial dial.

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"four percent" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"four percent" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"K. F k the whole sports story in northern colorado state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to two and thirteen ten k f k the at seven. Thirty four keith. Winding presidential wealth in. Now you're just asking about that guy that said that threatening letter with the white powder senator. Paul come around not cameron. Not how on my ru but rand paul and he was just asking about. What kind of guy is that. I'm like oh well. I'm sure he's just a you know your garden. Variety upstanding member of society but our minds immediately go to made up an imagine stereotype of a person like that of living a terrorist lifestyle. And we'll when it could be anything but yeah exactly now. Mci is on it do they. They are oh yeah. That's a threat. Oh yeah i mean. I'm sorry you should see this picture. I was about posting it. But it's just it's horrifying. Actually but yeah. There's a picture of rand paul. It might have been the actual picture when he was beat up by know another neighbor going. I know right i. Was you know big fences make good neighbors together. Oh yeah. I'm sure they barbecue together and toss back a few bruschi guy. Was that guy find or hailed or anything and say. I don't know exactly what i'm just asking you all these questions. That's right. I got answered just like you have answers when it comes to planning for retirement years. Yeah no. He eventually pleaded guilty to assaulting a member of congress seems to me the consequences for that would be well pretty memorable good. Yeah exactly so. Yeah i know it. Just i don't know just gets worse and worse doesn't it i that's pessimistic. No it's not pessimistic. Say it's simply an observation When people are sending death threats and just file a vile threats with white powder to a sitting senator. I don't care if you agree with his politics or not. I mean fattening sakes. Let's just say. It gets. Curiouser and curiouser go yes it does does the question with investors and their inflation fears. Okay this is in those maybe going away. Some analysts are saying there is evidence in the bond market and commodity markets that inflation fears are calming and as those inflation fears eased growth stocks including tech. Stocks are regaining their leadership yesterday the three market averages were up big tech stocks and companies that will benefit from a strong economic reopening leading the way the dow up one hundred and eighty six with gains in microsoft sales for cisco the snp up one point four percent. The nasdaq up one point. Four percent gains there an alphabet. Facebook amazon apple netflix..

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"four percent" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"four percent" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"That's spot. On an atlanta fed president rafael bostick recently said that determining when rates will be raised will depend on a few factors bostick stressed that he would not be concerned if inflation rises above two percent or even two point four percent if prices are firm and not volatile additionally. The cleveland fed president. Charles evans told the public that increased inflation is welcomed and to low. Inflation is no good really..

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"four percent" Discussed on Even Money

Even Money

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"four percent" Discussed on Even Money

"You get all that information from sean. Every week during the season all right so you are the by the way. what are you wearing. is that rugby. These es rugby lake so sees the paramedic ails so montaigne mon monmouth thugs and dad's we've had dot the season where to and i just thought the hyping to break out. We have we have the longest premiership drought in the rugby legs. One year old last time we one side. I'm probably ready for another year of disappointment to be honest. What's the name of the team again sean. The paramedics sales. What's the name of the town parramatta in sydney Okay so it's one of the sydney teams yet. One of the sikhs rugby league tanzania. Even though i'm i'm a couple hours north of sydney newcastle should wait a minute. How many rugby league teams are there or the six rugby league teams. And then that is one of the sixteen hundred aussie rules taints five rugby union teams and another ten soccer team's probably the full nine codes. Yeah okay but if they're sixteen rugby league teams and six of them are on sydney. Yes very very crowded market. Used to be even worse till twenty years ago they had to merge bad very very sydney centric. Just like the rules. He's very very melvin. Centric allayed hive even more teams based in melbourne out. Lake interesting now. Is there a like. When i was there i went to a war ties. Game the ties are they. Are they the most popular. Isn't he on. I rugby union's probably he's probably the least popular. These dyes Dan with borrow In sydney on in these wild regulates definitely the most popular of the sports whereas in victoria and south australia. It's ozzy rules will be interesting. Okay let's dive into this. You got all kinds of tabs. All kinds of is everybody in australia. Like you like a spreadsheet wizard or is that just you now. I'm just one of those people who just gets excited and gets a little bit carried away with it. I think when. I started doing some of these writings what three easy i was. pretty simple. Like martin Bike things automatically calculate some results for you. And then i i just get carried away. It helps it kind of what i do for work as well. I do some excel teaching side. It all just fixing got it okay. So then let's get to a tab. One is the season summary. And i as much as anything else. Sean i guess. Stephen i just want our listeners to get some of your takeaways from what we did for the year Because i see we both finished up seven units for the year however her. My roi was three percent. Steph's was four percent strike. Rate was forty nine percent so.

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"four percent" Discussed on Aussie Beer Explorers

Aussie Beer Explorers

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"four percent" Discussed on Aussie Beer Explorers

"The morning beer in the afternoon. Gene jenner opener on saw so. They've got the hallway. The covid holiday icicle and more wouldn't it but as far as coffee. Well mrs just on the site is where we did a little bit of sexy but if you have trouble you just wanna raise with sniffy iron skin. You're good to go. Don't smell like anything does it. But doesn't that my night smells a cool right. i could still smell the coffee anyway of the race reset. We've definitely bad coffee beans and elbow. We also wanted to guy and this is slightly golden yellow is ungrateful glaring in crystal clear. Absolutely which i gonna jump back rider. I'm elliot way back to four percent talking to step back for an expe- i can feel like from what we've had a interesting. We lost and the last hopes time episode. We took a bitter in what. Xp is were and my boorda. Maine's does it way still confused. Extra pilot is well next. But does that mean it's more pile or it's double double the pile and it should be doc. Oh is but tape protection. I'm just saying the banner in front of me and seismology in any game. We're not going to this one on one. It was in a different spot on the lives is a different liable to the always very different guy. It's got to be more than asking your. You're telling just by ray setting.

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"four percent" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"four percent" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

"Going to stay at the The new the new hot hotel on fifth thirteen in groesbeck is right next door. I mean inside the right lane. It's it's falcons on the lake Is what it's called my One of again. I'm getting people get people are. They don't know they need to stop writing stuff. Just the case the right stuff stop. Experts predict explosion of cheating as more people. Get the cova maxine. i love. here's the thing this is one of those because that's the only thing that's stopping them from doing well. Coincidence is not caused -ality and so here's my thing. As more people get the vaccine and as more people are getting out and about two bars and getting yeah people are gonna start fooling around more. They're back out in public. More like that span. Lead came from a poll on illicit encounters. Which is like What's the cheating site they got. Shut down back in the day Who's your ashley madison. Yeah so it's like it's decreed for cheaters. find other cheaters. Seventy percent of seventy four percent of people say they'll start sleeping again once. I'll be over fitness vaccinated by april which is specific. Now i don't know how that works. I mean i i guess this is so basically. You have to be over fifty. If you're looking to hook up like this is that that's who said that they were going to do it. The most i mean more power to them. I guess but then. Here's the thing that's a whole on cheating website about how. How frequently are you gonna cheat. So yeah but then. The title of the article is some experts predict who. Hey you know what bob. There was another phenomenon. Bob another phenomenal study. That came out. That said i'm safer than you are. Because i wear eyeglasses. Stop stealing by glass. Apparently there but again coincidence is not causation but Studying this Apparently was It was anecdotal evidence from china Where they said there were fewer people with with eyeglasses. That wound up coming in with symptoms of covid. Is it because i i can rub my eyes and yes. That's exactly what they said. It was in. Your eyes are a good place for things to get into your body so put apparently need this buffering. Glasses now doesn't rub his. Which is his glasses up. Snoopy but really dan. It is it dim. It doesn't do it no i. Just blink really hard.

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"four percent" Discussed on Suburban Folk

Suburban Folk

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"four percent" Discussed on Suburban Folk

"With it every single time if your furnace goes out You know if you have a toilet leaks if you know you will put a baseball through a window in used keep filing insurance for all this stuff rather than just paying out a cash. What you're doing is basically purchasing prepaid healthcare plants in the vast majority of us. Don't use them. And so that's where you get terms like deductibles and premiums and out of pocket maximums only like three or four percent of americans nationwide actually will meet their deductibles in any given year. So things like childbirth know bad cancer diagnosis anything like that. That's where insurance can really play effective part by making sure you don't lose your house by having declared bankruptcy but it seems like people declare bankruptcy healthcare health expenses are still number one bankruptcy related cause for americans out there and that is because in my view it is just not being used correctly like i said the way that most typical insurances should be used. I like the comparison that you're mentioning for homeowners insurance. My mind also went a little bit too auto insurance. That may be a different way to compare it if you go and have your car inspected in someone's leaking whatever you need to have changed or even your oil. Let's say could your car continue to run on that same oil change that you had for longer than what is recommended. Yeah but you're running a risk of a much bigger bill later on because you've done more damage and i think you probably could draw parallel as well because these deductibles are as high as they are because people naturally want to save money and oh by the way let's be honest people probably don't prepare financially speaking things the way they should and obviously they're not going to be preparing for a health item that they're not aware of because they haven't gone to the doctor for preventative services etc etc. They are even more potentially setting themselves up for that big hospital visit for something that seemed to creep up but you know would have been caught if there was more maintenance on the front end. More cost transparency. Which you've definitely already alluded to which i'm interested in more of your perspective there because i think that's a big part of your mission. I guess let's just kind of go there for that financial aspects so we do know about these giant bills and as you mentioned. It can certainly lead to bankruptcy..

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"four percent" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"four percent" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Unlike google facebook doesn't bring in its newslink's the publishers and the audience do and it makes up less than four percent of what people see in their news. Feed in other words. It's not worth paying what we'd have to pay so out says facebook and sarah. It looks like we've got hardball from facebook and google close to an agreement. Yeah the google thing. It sure. There are some strides being made. Sounds like google is is paying up in certain areas where it probably just feels like. It's it's worth it to do. So i i just can't help but think okay. We know that facebook and google are just the two huge companies that we're talking about right now so the other companies are kinda like have fun google and facebook. You gotta pay because you're the big guys but y you know. At what point does google say. We'll hold on like not this country also now. This country's getting into this now now. We're starting to feel a little bit picked on when it comes to facebook. Facebook is like well most of the stuff on facebook isn't news anyway. I think the company said it's something like around four percent of what is going to be Shared her read in australia. So i think worldwide really and so facebook's like all right i mean it wasn't really a big content driver for us anyway and we don't want to play along recode brinksmanship. We can try to call your bluff australia. Yeah yeah i i. I'm frankly i. I'm not going to say who's right and wrong here but i'm sort of surprised that google didn't take a harder stance i in. So let me clear get clarification with is this to linked to content or actual physical contact or is this just a link to the place where the content is this any link. If you have a news link on google under this law in search. It could be something that google would have to pay for and that could have to go to arbitration but now the treasurer is saying well..

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"four percent" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"four percent" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Do and it makes up less than four percent of what people see in their news feed in other words. It's not worth paying what we'd have to pay so out says facebook and sarah looks like we've got hardball from facebook and google close to an agreement. Yeah the google thing. It sure. There are some strides being made. Sounds like google is is paying up in certain areas where it probably just feels like. It's it's worth it to do. So i i just can't help but think okay. We know that facebook and google are just the two huge companies that we're talking about right now so the other companies are kinda like have fun google and facebook. You gotta pay because you're the big guys but y you know. At what point does google say. We'll hold on like not this country also now. This country's getting into this now now we're now. We're starting to feel a little bit picked on when it comes to facebook. Facebook is like well most of the stuff on facebook isn't news anyway. I think the company said it's something like around four percent of what is going to be Shared her read in australia. So i think worldwide really and so facebook's like all right i mean it wasn't really a big content driver for us anyway and we don't want to play along recode brinksmanship. We can try to call your bluff australia. Yeah yeah i i. I'm frankly i. I'm not going to say who's right and wrong here but i'm sort of surprised that google didn't take a harder stance i in. So let me clear get clarification with is this to linked to content or actual physical contact or is this just a link to the place where the content is this any link. If you have a news link on google under this law in search. It could be something that google would have to pay for and that could have to go to arbitration but now the treasurer is saying well. Maybe we'll leave search out of it..

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"four percent" Discussed on CMAJ Podcasts

CMAJ Podcasts

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"four percent" Discussed on CMAJ Podcasts

"Where do you think the problems starts with gender inequity What contributes to this gender inequity in leadership rules beyond what. You've already highlighted. Who probably is going help to just go back from it and think about Gender norms and clarify Clarify that concept so gender norms our society's expectations hump shins about how men women boys girls behave in it. It you know. There's something about all aspects of life. How trina cate dress. What roles we take on What we're expected to take on and it defines dynamics within relationships. And so these these determine life trajectories they determined employment opportunities advancements etc and so Think about where it starts a good place to sort of recognize that but another main Recognition that sets keita figuring out where the starts is just think about gender equity as a fundamental human rights and gender equity is really a process. Gender issues gets you to the outcome. It gets you to gender equality and that's equal treatment in in all aspects of society without discrimination. So where's the starts early starts in childhood and all the importance that That were exposed to in our lives but it becomes exacerbated as we move forward And certainly we see that in medicine systems supported by gender norms perpetuate and continue differential in in gender and leadership So it starts in society but it's perpetuated by our systems and our structures and these are your the systems and structures that are in place in education medical practice as well as academia higher. You go up in the leadership lottery. The greater the inequity become there's only twenty four percent of full professors in medicine are women andrea mentioned How gender race and culture that further exacerbates Those challenges higher up the systems are in place and they con- reward metrics. They just don't favor the capacity or the don't favor currently women in positions Trying to get to to higher levels of leadership we know that women say disproportionate exposure to disruptive behaviors and.

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"four percent" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"four percent" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Baseline assumptions for the model were that peak. Infectious has occurred at the meeting of symptoms onset and the thirty percent of individuals infections. Never develop them symptoms. We assume that we just assume the whole study is about finding out whether acm transmission happens. And you assume that thirty percent of people are asymptomatic that is like guaranteeing that the whole thing. The whole thing rests on your assumption that present and then you're finding that is present and started with your assumption that it was present. I mean this has to be one of the dumbest things i've ever seen in my life. I mean that's real. I really mean that this is crazy stupid. So the assume that thirty percent of individuals that infection never developed symptoms and the assume on top of that that seventy five percent of them are as infectious. Those develop something assumption on top of an assumption on an assumption. That's not a joke. Combine these baseline assumptions imply that persons with infection. Who'd never developed symptoms. So it's even that may account for may account for approximately. I can't even read this with the baseline assumptions imply that the person's with infections who never developed symptoms may account for approximately twenty four percent of all transmissions. So your assumptions may imply something. I do see how far we are from any actual facts. Sumptious may imply approximately twenty four percent. Good god it says in the base case that was all based on sumptious by the way twenty nine fifty nine percent of all transmission came from transmission based on your guesses and then you model those guesses. Comprising thirty five percent from pre symptomatic individuals based on guesses and twenty four percent of individuals never developed symptoms under a broad range of values for each of these assumptions at least fifty percent of new sources. We do infections was estimated to have originated from exposure to individuals with infection but without symptoms so that garbage dumpster fire of guess becomes more than half make more than half of these cases are from.

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