22 Burst results for "Fujian"

"fujian" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:32 min | 7 months ago

"fujian" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Welcome back to one on one with David Goldman. David, you mentioned the military, the hubris potentially of the Chinese of the people's ironically titled Liberation Army. Is there, let me ask you, we're supposed to have civilian control of the military and democracies. Is that civilian control of the military in the communist regime that is China is Xi Jinping? Does he have a grip on the military brass? Or could that be a hot headed incident where one of his generals gets a little bit out of control and a Cold War gets hot very quickly? Fujian pink spent his first years in power firing a lot of generals and putting his people in place. None of the analysts I know think that a military coup against Xi Jinping or a breakaway military operation is likely, of course, and that opaque system, we never really know what's going on. But the military has gotten all the things it likes. It's gotten a massive development budget for its missile forces for its air force. They've improved that considerably. They've got dozens of diesel electric submarines, they're building new aircraft carriers. So if you're a Chinese soldier, you'd probably be pretty pleased with the kind of support that the government is giving you a lot more than say if you were in American soldier looking at the kind of support the Biden administration isn't giving to our armed forces. Right,

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Is There Civilian Control of the Chinese Military? Author David Goldman Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:32 min | 7 months ago

Is There Civilian Control of the Chinese Military? Author David Goldman Explains

"Welcome back to one on one with David Goldman. David, you mentioned the military, the hubris potentially of the Chinese of the people's ironically titled Liberation Army. Is there, let me ask you, we're supposed to have civilian control of the military and democracies. Is that civilian control of the military in the communist regime that is China is Xi Jinping? Does he have a grip on the military brass? Or could that be a hot headed incident where one of his generals gets a little bit out of control and a Cold War gets hot very quickly? Fujian pink spent his first years in power firing a lot of generals and putting his people in place. None of the analysts I know think that a military coup against Xi Jinping or a breakaway military operation is likely, of course, and that opaque system, we never really know what's going on. But the military has gotten all the things it likes. It's gotten a massive development budget for its missile forces for its air force. They've improved that considerably. They've got dozens of diesel electric submarines, they're building new aircraft carriers. So if you're a Chinese soldier, you'd probably be pretty pleased with the kind of support that the government is giving you a lot more than say if you were in American soldier looking at the kind of support the Biden administration isn't giving to our armed forces. Right,

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"fujian" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:52 min | 8 months ago

"fujian" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"As well as Treasury yields have moved up a little bit here. The yield on the 10 year 1.34% wt could now on the north side of $70 a barrel and that is a check of markets. Let's get your news Update with Baxter in San Francisco head All right, Thank you. Brian. Democrats have to propose 25% for top capital gains tax rate in the House House Democrats also setting proposed 26.5 corporate tax rate in the $3.5 trillion plan. North Korea says attested to missiles over the weekend a new kind of long range cruise missile two years in development, it says China's National Health Commission has sent a special team to Fujian Province after 19 new cases were reported their former U. S. FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb, who is now in the fire, starboard, says vaccines for kids Could arrive as soon as Halloween this year. Also says the Biden vaccination plan may take time to implement. U. S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy says the Biden plan is the right path and will become effective. Democrats. Two pronged approach of the infrastructure mentioned what was happening in the house now under reconciliation. Joe Manchin says, needs more discussion, according to mansion, he says today he will it will not get past soon because he won't vote for it in Japan's defence ministry is claiming a foreign submarine detected off Amani Oshima Island. Was likely Chinese in San Francisco. I'm at Baxter, This is Bloomberg. Rish. Hey. All right. Thanks a lot for that. Let's get back to our guests with a half hour Malcolm Ethridge executive vice presidency. I see wealth looking at the market action out there and Well, let's just see what's going on with markets. We've got perhaps a bit of froth from retail investors. I mean, they still make up a very small minority, ultimately what's going on, but nevertheless, they do. Add that froth, given the extra money they've gotten. They've also had, of course loan for barons and part of this Subsidies for rental mortgages and jobless benefits and things like that, as all of this, perhaps ever way. What's your take? Well, it's important to keep in mind that the folks who were using the stimulus that we the traditional stimulus the direct payments to a taxpayers. That we were expecting that votes were using to get into the markets and sort of quote unquote play the space that's really dried up, right? We've seen all that money go away. The Fed isn't really pushing out those checks the folks anymore unless there's somebody who They didn't get their initial check. But now we're seeing Significant retail participation in numbers. We expected to drop off by now. And I think retail traders have shown us that at least in the shorter term, they're here to stay there, not necessarily going and disappearing. The way we thought they were. One thing that I will say is super interesting to follow, though, is the margin numbers The, uh, if you look at the Warren Buffett index as it's called the number of the percentage of people buying shares on margin right now that number hit an all time high, which is one that we've been told by Mr Buffett to be There, he felt fearful of because it probably means that the markets have gotten overheated once the number hit something like 80%, and I think it's up about 200% or so was the last estimates that I saw from our website. So if we just look at that alone, the number of retail traders using margin to participate in the markets because they've run out of firepower of their only run out of cash that they have on the sidelines to participate. That could be a very good indication of what Has come what is likely to come in the near future. If we look at 2000 and 2000 and eight when those numbers crept up, right? Extremely high, like like we're seeing now you get it down leg inequities and then forced liquidation that only creates even more downside. Give me your sense on where the Fed stands in all of this. We were talking earlier about the fact that a number of officials have been still clamoring for tapering before the end of the year. So it's likely that we are going to see tapering. Um it's unlikely that we'll see it announced in this month's meeting. Right. So back in July chair Powell was saying that you know, he anticipated by the end of the year, the Fed would start to unwind its asset buying program and one thing we've seen with Jerome Palace, he usually gives himself a significant amount of runway. Before making any meaningful announcements. And so our anticipation is that still use the September meeting just to to say a little bit more of the same but tilted a little bit forward. We're going to be planning to do something soon. And then we would look to the November meeting to see the real announcement. And what the total, Uh, buyback or sorry the bond buying program will be reduced to right. So if we look at Australia and the as our metrics right other people's central banks who have already started this process as our metrics they really said, you know, We don't plan to reduce the numbers in any significant way to start. We're going to be very moderate and in reducing those buyback numbers and the reason that we anticipate the U. S will be in similar positions. Is because we aren't seeing the inflationary targets. Um, get as out of control as we were worried towards the beginning of this summer that they were going to and so Delta has kind of in a way. Come and put some of that fear and check to the point that you know chair. Powell won't have to get super aggressive with his announcement. But we do expect by you know,.

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"fujian" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:43 min | 8 months ago

"fujian" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"FTS, citing data from the Economic Innovation Group, it shows a growing minority now expect a full recovery to take more. Been six weeks. Check that six months now in terms of the latest echo data this week in China will get the August reading on industrial production, retail sales and fixed asset investment number of analysts speaking to us throughout the weekend were indicating that slower growth in China really Is replacing a potential taper tantrum as the main threat right now to E. M and J. P. Morgan, by the way, reduced its forecast for iron ore prices given a significant drop in Chinese steel output. We're looking at a 10 year Treasury that was last quoted in New York Friday at 1 34. The dollar right now steady after some strength in New York trading on Friday, right now, crude oil this is W T in the active or rather, the electronic session higher. By about half of 1% and back above $70 a barrel now the data docking in Asia relatively light today we do have Japanese pp in Hong Kong industrial production later, we'll talk more about markets in about 15 minutes. Let's get global news. Baxter's in the Bloomberg 9 60 newsroom in San Francisco. Eddie Alright, Douglas. Thank you. We're getting some details coming out of Washington, D C Democrats in the House that proposed 25% for top capital gains tax rate. This week when they when they convene and the House Democrats also How central post 26.5% corporate tax rate in their $3.5 trillion plan. North Korea says attested to missiles over the weekend a new kind of long range cruise missile two years in development, China's National Health Commission has sent a special team to Fujian Province after 19 new cases were reported there. Former U. S. FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, who is now on the fighter board, says vaccines for kids could arrive as soon as Halloween this year. He also says the Biden administration plan may take time to implement U. S Surgeon general Vivek Murthy says the Biden plan is the right path and will become effective. UK plans to abandon plans to call for proof of vaccination to enter certain venues and may soon drop mandatory testing for returning travelers and Japan's Defence ministry is claiming of foreign submarine detected off Amani Oshima Island. Was likely Chinese in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Brian Want to thank you very much 10 minutes here before the top of the hour, The newspaper and Website review here. The Global Times has an editorial saying China should teach the U. S and Taiwan Island a real lesson if they call for it. And this is an editorial responding to an FT story that the US was seriously considering a request from Taiwan to change the name of its mission in Washington to the away from the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative office, too. The Taiwan Representative Office report is said to have caused strong repercussions in China, but neither the US nor Taiwan have commented on the report. The editorial says that China has no choice but to take up the challenge and prepare for a showdown with the United States. He says China should not only recall its ambassador, but should take stronger action. And I'm not paraphrasing here. This is a verbatim line from this editorial. Thus right now we need to be fully prepared to blow them out of the water in the Taiwan Straits. In a separate story. It's Taiwan who has felt wrong, which ratings referred to Taiwan as being part of China..

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"fujian" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"fujian" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Yeah, right. But I think a lot more went into it was, you know, a lot more went into the reasoning as to why people thought that it was Get the taxes and everything just how expensive it is, and I mean it is expensive, but I mean, listen, you know, and I always Whenever the thought of the expensive comes up you go. There's two things you go to immediately go to geography and food. I mean, really, those two things like alone like that. It's cost 11. People want to live here. That's why the taxes are high. Right. That's why homes are expensive because people want to be here. And they want to be here even more. Now. You thought people wanted to be here before like, you know, like, you know, committing to New York. I mean, we've We've talked about this on air before and it's still the real estate market Now is still it's steamy even now, like kids or insure Ah, house near me went on the market the other day for 3 99, right? And it was gone. I was on a walk. And I saw this big is a nice house. Bigger husband we have and I'm like, No, I'm owner. What if I have this going for three years? Maybe I could get like 3 50 for my witch in a million years. I never thought to get that you know, but the house gone 69 6 days it was gone. See, that was huge in the summer, too. I know it's still it has not. It has not mellowed the housing loan Every month. I felt like when we were working. We'd do an hour on that. And it was still hot. But now you're saying even in October that the housing market is still hot like that, you know? How do you get like those like from? You know Zillow or whoever you're your house is now worth your blah, blah, my my home and I don't trust those things at all. But my my home value has gone up like Probably 40% like according to these, like knocked on your door and said that I know where my going Because everything else is you know, it was more expensive, You know? Yeah. So you know I'm not going anywhere. Alright, 1 800 to 831 on 1.51 800 to 8311.5. It is 10 30. Now the latest New Jersey news from NJ one on 15 dot com. How big of an issue? Do you think Racism is a new Stockton University poll Find 65% of Jersey residents think racism is a major problem. And a slim majority of 52% say, Yeah, police violence is a problem. John Fujian of the Hughes Center for Public Policy at Stockton says the poll also find 61% of New Jerseyans believe police treat blacks more harshly than whites. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer says Republicans on Ly operate by the rules because we can, he warns the damage of Amy Cockney barrettes. Supreme Court confirmation can never be repaired. Democrats boycotted today's vote to send her nomination to the full Senate on Monday. Southwest Airlines is ready to.

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"fujian" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"fujian" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Tea. No, it was a real struggle, and we wondered whether we should give up on life streaming. My girlfriend and I were fighting a lot. They managed to stay together, but they no longer host a live streaming show. Sam says. A lot of it was down to just luck and local media reports are starting to ask whether Livestream sales are over hyped Ruby. One confidential couldn't talk. Chinese state broadcaster CCTV spoke to a sportswear firm in southern Fujian Province. It had hired a live streaming influencer, who claimed she could sell a lot in one show. Hundreds of thousands of dollars worth but a company spokesperson complained. And perhaps in the end, she only sold 13,000 dollarsworth and the next day she was bragging to others that she had helped us make $200,000 in sales. Industry insiders say people do sometimes exaggerate their sales figures. But it's not widespread. Ji Xiang Li is the founder ofthe Geeta, one of the bigger talent agencies in Hangzhou. Was that, too? I think a lot of retailers claim they were fools. If they weren't they just didn't have realistic expectations or any understanding of this industry. For example, he says, refunds are common as high as 50% return rate for clothing. Female consumers might buy the same piece in two colors and two sizes to see which one fits better. If they like it, they might keep one and return the other three. They might want to refund on all four items. Just 1% of total retail sales in China last year came from Lifestream e commerce, according to industry sources. But with the pandemic even manufacturers now want a piece of lifestream sales. People like Joe Wait, um, who walks into the detail office without an appointment? That sheets and pillow samples in hand ourselves. Revenue has struck.

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"fujian" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"fujian" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"Shawn Heins Jones. He should've been six feet away. Brace six feet hurt it but you would have spelt it. It wouldn't have been. It probably would have been gone by the Democrat. So you smell the actually. I want to go to supermarket in and around folks out. Well there's nobody there. I don't think I ever farted in this store. Cynical here through homer and bathroom but I really gross. When I was with my ex I am far for a year in front of him. No lie or or a book Sydney. Are you telling me you never went into a public place in the store and nothing enough at all? Not One time saying a really so you say you sitting on your birth public okay. So I question if you're a black woman not so you never never know what's going to come out. It's GonNa be silent or if you're in a confined area when no one's around and you have that moment to do a she finds out so you'd never fought in a supermarket and not like dice. None of that a new nerve and you go and you don't know any black men by the name of me sector of lot race never fought it in public and you don't know a black man they me. Where am I going to be in a belief? There wasn't anybody online and tight Maliki and meet a Maliki come back by the end of the week and at least let me know you reached out to somebody namely Sini feel free whenever you go outside? The next time fought in a store in the partners anyways. Maybe maybe I'll do it in a parking lot to the have you ever. Have you ever fought it in the car? Yeah okay thank God or become car especially a thing okay so at least halfway now more or less fought get out the car. Go into the parking lot going to the doors windows and it would be very liberating. I'm telling you and I want you to go meet him. Elite OUT DRIVING UP. I'll do the Atkins Leak though sure I could do that for sure. Broker Party freaks me out. I don't like hearing other people's bodily movements weird news. Don't get gutted general. Everybody in a chat room could put everybody to chat room. Put a number one in the chat room. If you're concerned about Sydney Jay's blackness blending art in the store and not know day and black this is being questioned right now put a number one if I would freak out if I farted store aired. What if somebody walks down after you? Then they go. What off by right you. Just you just walk into the congregation. And they don't know that is it. Goes I know when I got to go. I I'm just saying whoever's audible an illegal before we go to the Sports City. They're putting a lot of one's in chapter. They put in multiple ones in Chattel multiple ways. Yeah I usually go to the bathroom before I go out anyways so I usually. I'm not really gassy. So a lot of times I don't have too far and if I do feel are coming on. I know that that means I have to go the bathroom so I'll try to do that so that you can be a farther cindy you need enough another thing especially like if I get with a guy like I hardly ever far in front of a guy. I think that's why I still come back because I'm so good holding the bid and everybody don't get it twisted. I know Cindy very well Sued like a daughter to me and was scenic. It's out of social settings. The bussiness kicks in as well and he is very losing. Don't get it twisted. She's she's fun. I thought maybe Bobby Cologne would have more. Cindy J. got more of the Fujian her. You can't be boosy and not no black man by me and don't fucking pub public. It is a contradiction classy ratchet. Something's Ole Sis. The put an eleven of their city Jay's very oh yeah she don't care she is like that lady she would've told I'm GONNA you problem. I usually tell you where to go how to get back. I'll were some sound. You can't.

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"fujian" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"fujian" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I assume they are hired by the Communist Party for Hong Kong government or the local police they hired these people from Fujian China I asked show you leave the immigrant construction worker whether people had come from Fujian province to attack the protesters number seven that's what some folks say we can't shut them up right last week a wild brawl broke out in north point between protesters and locals armed with polls this time a few journalists say they were attacked by locals a few arrests are made but it seems that a major clashes averted Anthony CUNY NPR news Hong Kong things were pretty ugly on Wall Street today the Dow Jones industrial average tumbled falling eight hundred points losing three percent of its value the selloff followed fresh signs that meter economies around the world are beginning to falter I'm joined now by NPR senior business editor or a Berliner who's going to make sense of all of this for us right of course are you just walk us through what happened today so the sell off was deep and very broad all the major stock market indexes fell sharply the Dow the S. and P. five hundred and the nasdaq and trade once again seem to be a big factor just yesterday markets rallied and there was an upbeat mood on Wall Street that was after the trump administration announced it was going to delay tariffs on a wide range of Chinese imports and was seen as a breather from the trade work but today suddenly there was a complete reversal of the mood got pretty dark why did things turn around so abruptly so you know as you noted there is increasing evidence of economic weakness around the world just today we learned Germany's economy shrank in the latest quarter that's your most important Connie Germany relies heavily on trade and exports for its prosperity trade tensions are affecting Germany's important car industry and over in China there's new evidence that its economy to a slowing growth in the US is also starting to weaken for in the second quarter the economy grew chest two point one percent that's down from earlier in the year so you have the big three US China and Europe all slowing down at the same time that's not a happy combination for the stock market and then on top of all this I understand there was an ominous signal coming from the bond market as well that's right the interest rate on ten year on the ten year treasury note briefly fell below the yield on the two year rate that's unusual and it's the first time that's happened since two thousand seven this is called an inverted yield curve and if it persists it's often seen as a bad sign for the economy and extended inversion between these two interest rates has process the past seven recessions now most economists simply the US is headed for a recession soon but okay this good good yeah but this inverted yield curve wrapped up the anxiety on Wall Street today I spoke to Joe Bruce Willis he's the chief economist at the consulting firm RSM missiles a lot rides on the U. S. and China quickly dialing back these disputes over trade actually it's the trade wars not rolled back in the near term I think we're gonna have a very difficult okay that sounds really unsettling I guess the question I have after all of this is what you ordinary people like you and me have to worry about going forward so for now the US economy is doing pretty well unemployment rate remains really low wage growth is decent very little inflation then if you're in the markets for an investor for the long term one day drop in the market like this should really scare you shouldn't freak you out but if you're just about to retire and you're looking at your four oh one K. these days understandably can be really stomach churning okay well that's in pure senior business editor Urry Berliner.

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"fujian" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"fujian" Discussed on KCRW

"I assume they are hired by the Communist Party for Hong Kong government or what the local police they hired these people from Fujian China I asked show you'll leave the immigrant construction worker whether people had come from Fujian province to attack the protesters when I was in the store that's what some folks say we can't shut them up right last week a wild brawl broke out in north point between protesters and locals armed with polls this time a few journalists say they were attacked by locals a few arrests are made but it seems that a major clashes averted Anthony CUNY NPR news Hong Kong things were pretty ugly on Wall Street today the Dow Jones industrial average tumbled falling eight hundred points losing three percent of its value the selloff followed fresh signs that meter economies around the world are beginning to falter I'm joined now by NPR senior business editor or a Berliner who's going to make sense of all of this for us right of course are the just walk us through what happened today so the sell off was deep and very broad all the major stock market indexes fell sharply the Dow the S. and P. five hundred and the nasdaq and trade once again seem to be a big factor just yesterday markets rallied and there was an upbeat mood on Wall Street that was after the trump administration announced it was going to delay tariffs on a wide range of Chinese imports and was seen as a breather from the trade work but today suddenly there was a complete reversal of the mood got pretty dark so why did things turn around so abruptly so you know as you noted there is increasing evidence of economic weakness around the world just today we learned Germany's economy shrank in the latest quarter that's your most important Connie Germany relies heavily on trade and exports for its prosperity trade tensions are affecting Germany's important car industry and over in China there's new evidence that its economy to a slowing growth in the US is also started we can fix it in the second quarter the economy grew chest two point one percent that's down from earlier in the year so you have the big three US China and Europe all slowing down at the same time that's not a happy combination for the stock market and then on top of all this I understand there was an ominous signal coming from the bond market as well that's right the interest rate on ten year on the ten year treasury note briefly fell below the yield on the two year rate that's unusual and it's the first time that's happened since two thousand seven this is called an inverted yield curve and if it persists it's often seen as a bad sign for the economy and extended inversion between these two interest rates has person did the past seven recessions now most economists simply the US is headed for a recession soon but okay this good good yeah but this inverted yield curve ramped up the anxiety on Wall Street today I spoke to Joe Bruce Willis he's the chief economist at the consulting firm RSM and he says a lot rides on the U. S. and China quickly dialing back these disputes over trade essentially the trade wars not rolled back in the near term I think we're gonna have a very difficult okay that sounds really unsettling I guess the question I have after all of this is what do ordinary people like you and me have to worry about Ford also for now the US economy is doing pretty well unemployment rate remains really low wage growth is decent very little inflation Ben if you're in the markets after an investor for the long term one day drop in the market like this shouldn't really scary shouldn't freak you out but if you're just about to retire and you're looking at your four oh one K. these days understandably can be really stomach churning okay well that's in pure senior business editor.

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"fujian" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"fujian" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Assume they are hired by the Communist Party for holding government what the local police they hired these people from Fujian China I asked show you leave the immigrant construction worker whether people had come from Fujian province to attack the protesters that's what some folks say we can't shut them up right last week a wild brawl broke out in north point between protesters and locals armed with polls this time a few journalists say they were attacked by locals a few arrests are made but it seems that a major clashes averted Anthony CUNY NPR news Hong Kong things were pretty ugly on Wall Street today the Dow Jones industrial average tumbled falling eight hundred points losing three percent of its value the selloff followed fresh signs that meter economies around the world are beginning to falter I'm joined now by NPR senior business editor or a Berliner who's going to make sense of all of this for us right of course hard to just walk us through what happened today so the sell off was deep and very broad all the major stock market indexes fell sharply the Dow the S. and P. five hundred and the nasdaq and trade once again seem to be a big factor just yesterday markets rallied and there was an upbeat mood on Wall Street that was after the trump administration announced it was going to delay tariffs on a wide range of Chinese imports and was seen as a breather from the trade war but today suddenly there was a complete reversal of the mood got pretty dark why did things turn around so abruptly so you know as you noted there is increasing evidence of economic weakness around the world just today we learned Germany's economy shrank in the latest quarter that's Europe's most important Connie Germany relies heavily on trade and exports for its prosperity trade tensions are affecting Germany's important car industry and over in China there's new evidence that its economy to is slowing from bacteria output in July still to a seventeen year low and growth in the US is also started we can fix it in the second quarter the economy grew chest two point one percent that's down from earlier in the year so you have the big three US China and Europe all slowing down at the same time that's not a happy combination for the stock market and then on top of all this I understand there was an ominous signal coming from the bond market as well that's right and the interest rate on ten year on the ten year treasury note briefly fell below the yield on the two year rate that's unusual and it's the first time that's happened since two thousand seven this is called an inverted yield curve and if it persists it's often seen as a bad sign for the economy and extended inversion between these two interest rates has preceded the past seven recessions now most economists simply the U. S. is headed for a recession soon but good this good good yeah but this inverted yield curve ramped up the anxiety on Wall Street today I spoke to Joe Bruce Willis he's the chief economist at the consulting firm RSM and he says a lot rides on the U. S. and China quickly dialing back these disputes over trade essentially if the trade wars not rolled back in the near term I think we're gonna have a very difficult okay that sounds really unsettling I guess the question I have after all of this is what do ordinary people like you and me have to worry about going forward so for now the US economy is doing pretty well the unemployment rate remains really low wage growth is decent very little inflation Ben if you're in the markets after an investor for the long term one day drop in the market like this shouldn't really scary shouldn't freak you out but if you're just about to retire and you're looking at your four oh one K. these days understandably can be really stomach churning okay well that's in peer senior business editor eat Berliner thank you worry you're welcome Elsa you are listening to All Things Considered ninety point three.

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"fujian" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"fujian" Discussed on KCRW

"Point the protest us are not coming to the point civil servants Roger king is standing just outside the police roadblocks they decide not to come because the Fujian people and the people coming from China many accused the police of cracking down on the protesters while turning a blind eye to the pro Beijing residents ng doubts the Fujianese were acting on their own although he admits he doesn't have any hard evidence I assume they are hired by the Communist Party Washington government what the Hong Kong police they hired these people from Fujian China I asked show you leave the immigrant construction worker whether people have come from Fujian province to attack the protesters that's what some folks say we can't shut them up right last week a wild brawl broke out in north point between protesters and locals armed with polls this time a few journalists say they were attacked by locals a few arrests are made but it seems that a major clashes averted Anthony CUNY NPR news Hong Kong things were pretty ugly on Wall Street today the Dow Jones industrial average tumbled falling eight hundred points losing three percent of its value the selloff followed fresh signs that meter economies around the world are beginning to falter I'm joined now by NPR senior business editor or a Berliner who's going to make sense of all of this for us right of course hard to just walk us through what happened today so the sell off was deep and very broad all the major stock market indexes fell sharply the Dow the S. and P. five hundred and the nasdaq and trade once again seem to be a big factor just yesterday markets rallied and there was an upbeat mood on Wall Street that was after the trump administration announced it was going to delay tariffs on a wide range of Chinese imports and was seen as a breather from the trade work but today suddenly there was a complete reversal of the mood got pretty dark why did things turn around so abruptly so you know as you noted there is increasing evidence of economic weakness around the world just today we learned Germany's economy shrank in the latest quarter that's your most important Connie Germany relies heavily on trade and exports for its prosperity trade tensions are affecting Germany's important car industry and over in China there's new evidence that its economy to a slowing from bacteria output in July still to a seventeen year low and growth in the US is also started we can fix it in the second quarter the economy grew chest two point one percent that's down from earlier in the year so you have the big three US China and Europe all slowing down at the same time that's not a happy combination for the stock market and then on top of all this I understand there was an ominous signal coming from the bond market as well that's right and the interest rate on ten year on the ten year treasury note briefly fell below the yield on the two year rate that's unusual and it's the first time that's happened since two thousand seven this is called an inverted yield curve and if it persists it's often seen as a bad sign for the economy and extended inversion between these two interest rates has proceeded the past seven recessions now most economists simply the U. S. is headed for a recession soon but okay this good good yeah but this inverted yield curve ramped up the anxiety on Wall Street today I spoke to Joe Bruce Willis he's the chief economist at the consulting firm or a Sam and he says a lot rides on the U. S. and China quickly dialing back these disputes over trade essentially the trade wars not rolled back in the near term I think we're gonna have a very difficult okay that sounds really unsettling I guess the question I have after all of this is what do ordinary people like you and me have to worry about Ford so for now the US economy is doing pretty well unemployment rate remains really low wage growth is decent very little inflation Ben if you're in the markets after an investor for the long term one day drop in the market like this shouldn't really scary shouldn't freak you out but if you're just about to retire and you're looking at your four oh one K. these days understandably can be really stomach churning okay well that's in pure senior business editor eat Berliner thank you worry your welcome also you are listening to.

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"fujian" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"fujian" Discussed on KCRW

"In Hong Kong point district right now and there are a lot of police and journalists stake down because they've heard rumors number of mainland Chinese protesters police section of the ten cents to men wearing stickers with Chinese flags or waiting for protesters to March through a banner over the street let's marchers know they're not welcome here many of the residents of this working class neighborhood were born in Fujian province a few hundred miles northeast of here immigrated to Hong Kong beginning in the nineteen sixties it's one of several politically conservative pro Beijing neighborhoods around the city down the street I meet show your lead he was born in Fujian province in nineteen fifty five and then moved to Hong Kong to work in construction he says people here are so angry at the black clad young protesters they can't even sleep what Jim Jim war wall not here then if those people dare to come here tonight something big could happen everyone here is like a soldier men and women young and old we're all prepared echoing Chinese government shall believes that the US is behind the Hong Kong protests stirring up chaos in an attempt to keep China down the young woman's Wilson you I thought that's what you want to do business with us sure let's do it we'll both benefit but don't come over here making trouble the US wants to wipe out the Communist Party but it can't police corner a teenager in a Fujian T. shirt and sighed a restaurant the question him in Mandarin the main dialect on the mainland uses what looks like a mainland Chinese ID cards suggesting he's not a local resident what's going on who are you one call deals in Mandarin is the kid's father comes out to rescue him an officer give the kid a few stern words in and lets him go later that afternoon police block off both ends of the protest route through north.

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"fujian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"fujian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Kong's north point district right now and there are a lot of police and journalists stake down because they've heard rumors large number of mainland Chinese city and province to try to attack protesters police in a section of the ten cents to New in wearing stickers with Chinese flags or waiting for protesters to March through a banner of the street let's marchers know they're not welcome here any of the residents of this working class neighborhood were born in Fujian province a few hundred miles northeast of here immigrated to Hong Kong beginning in the nineteen sixties it's one of several politically conservative pro Beijing neighborhoods around the city down the street I meet show your V. he was born in Fujian province in nineteen fifty five and then moved to Hong Kong to work in construction he says people here are so angry at the black clad young protesters they can't even sleep one song Gingin war wall not German if those people dare to come here tonight something they could happen everyone here is like a soldier men and women young and old were all prepared echoing Chinese government shall believes that the US is behind the Hong Kong protests stirring up chaos in an attempt to keep China down the young woman's Wilson the by you want to do business with us sure let's do it we'll both benefit but don't come over here making trouble the US wants to wipe out the Communist Party but it can't police corner a teenager into Fujian teacher downside restaurant the question him in Mandarin the main dialect on the mainland uses what looks like a mainland Chinese ID cards suggesting he's not a local resident what's going.

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"fujian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"fujian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Here many of the residents of this working class neighborhood were born in Fujian province a few hundred miles northeast of here immigrated to Hong Kong beginning in the nineteen sixties it's one of several politically conservative pro Beijing neighborhoods around the city down the street I mean show your V. he was born in Fujian province in nineteen fifty five and then moved to Hong Kong to work in construction he says people here are so angry at the black clad young protesters they can't even sleep one song Gingin war wall if those people dare to come here tonight something they could happen everyone here is like a soldier men and women young and old we're all prepared echoing Chinese government shall believes that the US is behind the Hong Kong protests stirring up chaos in an attempt to keep China down the young woman's Wilson I thought you want to do business with us sure let's do it we'll both benefit but don't come over here making trouble the US wants to wipe out the Communist Party but it can't police corner a teenager in a Fujian teacher town site a restaurant the question him in Mandarin the main dialect on the mainland uses what looks like a mainland Chinese ID cards suggesting he's not a local resident what's going on who are you one Corinthians in Mandarin is the kid's father comes out to rescue him an officer give the kid a few stern words in and lets him go later that afternoon police block off both ends of the protest route through north point the protest.

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"fujian" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"fujian" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Friendly telling us the story of a New World record holder Austria Austrian athlete Josef Korbel six by medics our own hands but then not needed I'm thirty five two hours eight minutes and forty seven seconds later which is seemingly with little impact on his body who wins a one one cents he had to jeans by the way the longest time spent so far and direct full body contact with the ice is one hour fifty three minutes and ten seconds DOT fee was achieved by doing so hall on September fourth twenty fourteen and salmon that the province of Fujian China everyone wants to be in the know but in a world of too much information and too little credibility it's all about who you can trust WBZ newsradio Ernst and trust every day delivering the most every hour it's hardest working user reporting you can trust you are always in the know with it is a fifty three traffic and weather together starting with this Super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three here's a quick update from David anything going on but we have something for folks heading out of the city on ninety three to look out for reports of wooden debris on the road ninety three north bound by exit thirty one route sixteen mystic valley parkway in Medford beyond that the rest the ninety three looks good up into New Hampshire rich three in ninety five no troubles in and out of New Hampshire four ninety five looking good through the Merrimack valley everything around downtowns in good shape and south of the city no troubles for the expressway in Cape Cod bridges have no backups David struck Felino WBZ traffic on the threes hurry into the chair fair in Weymouth and take advantage of triple tax savings on everything in the store during tax free weekend want to avoid long lines stop by the chair fair starting now to preview their large selection in reserve the inventory before it's sold another four day WBZ accu weather forecast accu weather meteorologist Brian Johnson for.

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"fujian" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:13 min | 3 years ago

"fujian" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"By the way ms Gabbard herself as one fourth some mall what did you know that not that it matters to anybody here I'm just this kind of stuff matters to the Democrats and then and then she went to P. M. S. N. B. C. Tulsi Gabbard took on the anchor E. Yasmine bush Fujian over her meeting with basher asset see what's happened here is that Tulsi Gabbard literally fall laid Kamel Harris in Kabul Harris was not ready for because no Democrat is ready for it the Democrats have no experience at being ripped to shreds on their record the media does not do what the Democrats on and it matters folks it's like anything else you've got to be able to deal with adversity you gotta undergo training for it and this is one thing the Democrats never do they don't know what Sirius media criticism is they don't know what lying stinking media criticism is so out of the blue Tulsi Gabbard who's not even writing an asterisk comes out and totally exposes the fraud that is the Attorney General record of Comilla Harrison so now the party and the media has focused all of their fire on Tulsi Gabbard I know I've mentioned this before but I've to me this is just how wary yes is it can be I'll tell right first saw it was right here on this program yes it was during the two o'clock hour we had a commercial break top of the hour news break I'm watching CNN there's eight B. Stoddard who is fit to be tied she's a she's a media should journalist analyst and some for she appears on all of that works I guess she doesn't have an exclusive contract you just circulates around the mall and she was going after Tulsi Gabbard like I haven't seen she was going after her for being a Russian agent that all of the support that she's getting on Twitter is Russian box I mean it was vicious Tulsi Gabbard is nothing more than a Russian plant get Tulsi Gabbard is being set up to be a third party independent candidate by the Russians who are still in cahoots with trump just steal another election this is what the drive bys were saying yesterday all because Tulsi Gabbard happened to act like a normal candy rather than to not allow her place tell C. Gabbard also says that comma Harris is accusing me of being a traitor in the country that I put my life on the line to serve then there's this story this is from the the Washington free beacon the I. headline California removes arrest reports from come alive years now keep something in mind here the Democrats the left is obsessed with Donald trump's tax returns from his private sector days right the left wants records of anything to do with Donald Trump the trump organization Ivanka trump Jared Kushner maryanne trump you can take your pick they want every thing they can get from trump's private sector days they have half of the state of New York including the Manhattan DDA looking to find anything they can't of trump's personal financial records so that they can release them they are passing special laws to obtain them California passes a law which is unconstitutional it will not survive saying that no candidate can appear on the presidential ballot in California was not released his tax returns California didn't get to the site that the constitution decides qualifications for president so this is gonna get thrown out but they're making a political statement but now in that same state of California the deep state in California trying to hide the public work the public work not private the public work I've come out like Harris while she was AG and don't hold your breath waiting for the drive bys to make this the big story it ought to be don't expect because she's the front runner she is the latest trump's lawyer so the drive bys are not going to make a big deal out of this if I don't if I hadn't told you some of you may not ever know that this is happening the changes matter in part because the reports contain information about Harris's entire time as the state Attorney General two thousand eleven to two thousand seventeen comma Harris has taken fire from multiple opponents for her tough on crime record as California's top cop an image that she has tried to shed as a far left senator and presidential candidate one particularly brutal attack came once a night with Tulsi Gabbard anyway.

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"fujian" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"fujian" Discussed on KGO 810

"Because at the end of the silk road south of there is sitting in your Dong is that it Charles gang. That's on the mainland the Fujian Fujian province and opposite it on. The other side of the sea in the Philippines is a place called the Manila. But nearby Manila is a ghetto a Chinese ghetto called Paran. And that is the galleon trade that needed silver. Explain how it works Charles. Well, because the Spaniards were very interested in all these Chinese good, particularly Filkin, porcelain, the Europeans didn't know how to make porcelain which required a certain kind of high-technology that would didn't exist then. And then the Chinese also had these incredible mills would produce silk at prices way below anything that European textiles could manufacturers could come up with. And so they're extremely interested in trading with them. And they set up an entrepreneur in Manila and Manila basic reason for existing was that that's worth Spain, you know, met with fleets of Chinese ships junks that would come from the east coast, particularly the city cold, you a guy which is in the province of food, John, and it's right across the. Taiwan. There. They would exchange silk for silver. And the these big ships galleons would set sail from poco end up in Manila, there'd be this frantic trading and double-dealing where everybody is under tremendous time pressure because they need to leave before the before the typhoon season. And then they would go back and Manila would rest up for the next year until the next shipment of the galleons, silver and the silk, and no matter how abusive the Spanish Padro were and the massacre that took place in Paran once upon a time that Chinese the Ming dynasty couldn't get enough of the action of this is the end of the Ming dynasty and the beginning of the ching dynasty that rules until nineteen eleven. They couldn't get enough of the silver. They had to have it because their currency was worthless. Right. The currency was silver, and they kept trying to Chinese invented paper money. They're the first in the world to do. So and very quickly after that the invented high. Hyper inflation because the emperor has covered. They can pay their bills simply by printing. You know, nice designs little piece of paper and people, and we all know that goes central bankers were invented by the Chinese. That's. Exactly and hyper-inflation. They're they're they're pretty Vance bunch. So what happens is, of course, an extreme reaction to that people. Only one the hard stuff the only one silver in which signs much more than gold. The problem with that is that this man is because China didn't have silver. They had to somehow obtain from someplace else, and so this meant is the world's supply, silver, most important silver at this point wasn't poked see in Bolivia, which is run by the Chinese money supply with controlled by the fan. And so when the Ming dynasty with fighting the Manchus became as ching dynasty. There's big war. They had to pay their soldiers. They had to pay they had to use money to make guns swords and all kinds of armament that people need and the only way to obtain that was by trading with China by the Chinese trade with was Spain. No matter how badly the Spanish three to the Chinese globalization in the sixteenth seventeenth eighteenth century when we come back. We'll touch up on the what Charles man calls in his book, fourteen ninety three black gold and the story of Julio Cesar Arana, one of the most outrageous characters ever who died in the twentieth century. And then we'll touch on the fact that we're all mixed up here. In terms of our packed patronage is well, I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. This corporate.

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"fujian" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"fujian" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

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U.S. indicts Chinese, Taiwan firms for targeting Micron trade secrets

Bloomberg Best

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

U.S. indicts Chinese, Taiwan firms for targeting Micron trade secrets

"The Justice department is now charging a state-owned Chinese company of conspiring to steal trade secrets from Micron Technology. The Justice department has indicted Fujian Jan wa along with Taiwan's United Micro Electronics and three individuals as well. Attorney general Jeff Sessions says the stealing has

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Chinese chip firm Fujian Jinhua denies stealing IP from Micron

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:49 sec | 3 years ago

Chinese chip firm Fujian Jinhua denies stealing IP from Micron

"Using the alleged trade secrets attorney general Jeff Sessions says the stealing has to stop a Naf is enough. We're not going to take any more such as ordering the. The FBI and Justice department to step up enforcement, the charges against gen a new MC follow a string of government cases against individuals. Accused of attempting to steal information for China. Denise Pellegrini, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Goldman Sachs has been further stung here by the one MD corruption scheme that has rocked Malaysia. At least three senior Goldman bankers have been implicated in a multi year, criminal enterprise. The Justice department says this includes bribing officials in Malaysia and elsewhere and laundering hundreds of millions of dollars. Federal prosecutors have filed criminal charges against two of the bankers. Goldman has said for years that it raised money for one MD be

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U.S. restricts exports to Chinese semiconductor firm Fujian Jinhua

Dr. Drew

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

U.S. restricts exports to Chinese semiconductor firm Fujian Jinhua

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China plans Taiwan Strait live-fire exercises amid tensions

NPR News Now

01:59 min | 4 years ago

China plans Taiwan Strait live-fire exercises amid tensions

"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from sony pictures with all the money in the world legendary director ridley scott brings this thrilling drama inspired by true events to life starring michelle williams christopher plummer and mark wahlberg now available on digital and blu ray live from npr news in washington i'm to wayne brown president trump's pick to become the next secretary of state is on capitol hill at this hour vowing to help the state department get it swagger back in perez michele keleman has this update cia director and former congressman mike pompeo says he's heard the concerns about how demoralizing it's been at the state department he's going to help fill vacancies and making clear the department has a key role to play now on north korea which he calls the highest diplomatic task he's also talking tough on russia's saying it has been acting aggressively enabled by years of eight soft policy that is now overpumping oh says according to prepared remarks released by the white house some lawmakers are promising to bring up their concerns about his skepticism of climate change and the iran nuclear deal as well as controversial past statements against muslims michelle kellerman npr news washington china says it will conduct live weapon fire exercises in the taiwan strait next week npr's anthony kuhn reports the drills come amid heightened tensions between the us and china over the selfgovern island maritime authorities in southeast china's fujian province which sits across the street from taiwan announced the exercises authorities offered no details or explanations but a number of recent moves by the trump administration of drawn criticism from china's government those include the passage of taiwan travel act which encourages high level government exchanges between washington in taipei the us recently authorized contractors to build new submarines for taiwan and appointed as national security adviser john bolton who has publicly.

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