35 Burst results for "G. Market"

Home Prices Are the Least Affordable in 33 Years

The Trish Regan Show

01:36 min | 1 d ago

Home Prices Are the Least Affordable in 33 Years

"Turning to that inflation report right now on housing. It's out of control. In fact, we're looking at home prices that are up so significantly that buying a home in America right now is actually the least affordable it's been in 33 years. Average mortgage payments rose to $1944 in the month of June compared to in January of last, while earlier this year, there were 1297, so rather significant spike, this is all due to higher rates and to record home prices. Kind of a bad combination, right? Because you've got rates going up, which means mortgages are more expensive. All while the housing market is so frothy that everything costs more. So it makes it tough for everyday folks. The national association of realtors is reporting this, the U.S. housing affordability index, they measure this affordability it fell to 98.5 last June. Again, the lowest recorded in 33 years. So housing is expensive. What's frustrating and what we all need to be aware of is that those economists, those wonky economists over there, the Federal Reserve, that don't seem to think or didn't seem to think forever that inflation was an issue. Remember just transitory transitory nothing to see here? Well, they don't like to look at housing prices. In their metrics, because they feel that housing is an investment. And it's too volatile. And so they discount it and consequently, I think this is part of the reason why they missed how bad inflation really was and how much it was getting embedded into our everyday economy.

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Warner Brothers Has a Big Decision to Make About Ezra Miller

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:25 min | 1 d ago

Warner Brothers Has a Big Decision to Make About Ezra Miller

"Speaking of badass, I shouldn't say that because he's not a badass. Let's just call him an ass. Ezra Miller, I've talked about him for the last couple of weeks. This is the guy that plays the flash Ezra Miller is a terrible person. He's been arrested and, you know, cops have been after him from anything from kidnapping to shoplifting to assault in Vermont in Hawaii. He's a real prick, but he's the flash. And Warner Brothers, even though they got rid of batgirl and the Scooby-Doo movie, they made no bones about we're keeping the flash and you stalked going, well, what does this guy have to do to lose the movie? Now Warner Brothers has a decision to make. About the flesh. And this is the last time I'm going to talk about it, but there's three options Warner Brothers has. In one scenario, the crazy Ezra Miller, with the support of his mother, I'm not going to say their mother, I refuse to do the pronoun bullshit for non binary people I refuse to do it. So forget it. His mother, who's currently with him, in the first scenario, Ezra Miller should seek professional help and maybe, you know, give an interview at some point, explaining his erratic behavior of the past few years, then they could do like a limited press for the flash sort of thing and the movie would open and send him as planned. That scenario number one. Scenario number two is Ezra doesn't seek help. Maybe they can release the film in theaters as planned, but Ezra would not have a prominent role in terms of marketing and publicity. So you see the movie, he's not going to go out there in front of the movie and talk about it and publicize it. No, no talk show appearances, et cetera. And maybe they recast future flash films. Actually, they would have to. Third scenario, the situation where Ezra Miller deteriorates even further, which is not out of the question. This would see Warner Brothers killing the movie outright because it can't be reshot with a different actor at this point. Ezra Miller plays multiple characters and he's in almost every scene, so we're talking about scrapping a $200 million film, which would be unprecedented.

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 US unemployment claims rise by 14,000 to 262,000

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 5 d ago

US unemployment claims rise by 14,000 to 262,000

"Unemployment claims rose again last week to the highest level since November There were 262,000 claims last week up 14,000 the 5th increase in 6 weeks jobless benefit claims are often seen as an early sign of where the jobs market is heading for now it's showing signs of strength Employers added 528,000 jobs last month the unemployment rate is three and a half percent tying

The Best Commercial Ever? Chris Kohls With Sebastian Gorka

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:29 min | 5 d ago

The Best Commercial Ever? Chris Kohls With Sebastian Gorka

"Before I introduce my good buddy in special guest today, I'm going to show you an ad that I think was made 6 or 7 years ago kind of missed it and then it cropped up in social media. It's incredible. It's a real ad. I'm already a customer of the product, so it didn't make me buy more. But it shows you why the little bit of humor. Oh, hey, buddy. It's a great granddad here. In case you haven't noticed, I'm kind of busy fighting for your freedom in this little thing called the Second World War. But now you're using that freedom to hurl insult to celebrities on Twitter, listen hashtag, you're not gonna fight like a man, really shave like a man. Excuse me. What's up LOL and everything? Listen, hashtag stop LOL everything. Pure bloody genius I love it. I was already a barbasol customer. Now I'm going to go out and buy credit and stuff. A man who I'm sure appreciates it is a master of his own application of humor, or one of the best YouTube channels out there. It's mister Reagan, the man, the legend, Chris Cole's welcome back to Merck first. Oh, it's good to be here. How good is this? I'm not calling everybody. I'm going to start calling everybody hashtag now. Right. Hashtag and stop LOL ing, okay? Just cut out the LOL ing. Listen, hashtag. F stop LOL. I'm sick your LOL in hashtag. I'm gonna start saying that to everybody. How good is that? Have you seen that ad if I showed it to you on my TV show? I don't think so. And you know what? I bought barbasol before in the past. I've got some kind of gel thing now. But I'm going back to barbasol just because of that old ad. Could that add be made today, Chris cold? Of course, of course it could. But would it be made? Here's the thing. I do think we're in an inflection point. We're going to get to that later on in the show. So I don't want to get into it now. But I actually think it should be made. When everybody's going left and you go right, it's called point of difference. I know, you know, a little bit about business. There's something in marketing called point of difference. If you want people to buy your product or your service, you need to show your point of difference. If you're a product and you produce an ad that's unwoke or anti woke or just not woke, that's your point of difference. You're going to get all the customers right now.

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Alex Jones Shares Key Takeaways From the Mar-a-Lago Raid

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:32 min | 6 d ago

Alex Jones Shares Key Takeaways From the Mar-a-Lago Raid

"Talk to you about that, Alex, Rubicon has been crossed. They come after you with this ridiculous judgment. They expand the IRS 87,000 agents. They raid Mar-a-Lago. Are these connected events? What's the lesson here? What's the takeaway? A 100%, the corrupt multinational corporations that are anti free market monopolies, monopolists. They know the world's woken up to them. They know that people are saying no. And so they're bringing in every form of authoritarianism they can. Biden said over a year ago, he's going to declare questioning elections or questioning lockdowns. Or questioning force inoculations as terrorism. And so they're just simply trying to outlaw their political opposition right now. What do we do about it? We don't get violent. We don't get baited by them. We are culturally winning, not even as conservatives or Christians, but as populists that just want to free nation. And so people know Biden increased the inflation. They know Biden cut off the pipelines. They know Biden imploded the borders. They know Biden did all these things. And so they're just simply trying to change the subject, but the people are with us. And so if we just get out and vote and expose election fraud, we just promote our ideology of common sense and of family, people resonate with that and we're going to win. That's why we see all the tyranny because culturally and politically, the power structure knows that they're not with the people. So

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China's youth face bleak job market as COVID slows economy

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 6 d ago

China's youth face bleak job market as COVID slows economy

"China's current job drought echoes the struggle of young people worldwide to find work in depressed economies but is especially sensitive politically in a year when president Xi Jinping is expected to try to extend his time in power China's unusually severe approach towards COVID-19 with repeated lockdowns has kept case numbers low but a social cost has sworn the economy shrinking in the three months ending in June and consumer spending plunging the official unemployment rate in June for people age 16 to 24 was almost 20% compared with 5.5% for all ages and that's expected to rise once the latest jobless graduates are taken into account they often come from urban families who are the biggest winners for China's economic growth and important source of political support the ruling party needs them I am Charles De Ledesma

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'The Bodies of Others' Author Naomi Wolf on the War Against Humans

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:12 min | 6 d ago

'The Bodies of Others' Author Naomi Wolf on the War Against Humans

"Return with Naomi wolf, her brand new book, the bodies of others, the new authoritarians COVID-19 and the war against the human. Now, Naomi, when you say the war against the human, this is where I see this extraordinary convergence. I mean, because we're living in such bizarre times, but when you leap to this idea of the war against the human, you're positing humanity as a good thing. And you're saying that those on the other side, these authoritarians are somehow wittingly or unwittingly anti human. Just talk about that for a moment. Sure, and I have sadly a ton more evidence of their war on humanity since the time we last talked to Eric. It's truly terrifying. So in my book, I make the case that, as I mentioned, these bad guys, right? This loose alliance of the World Economic Forum, the Chinese Communist Party, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, governments, and big tech used the pandemic of the last two years and used medical or public health messaging as cover for the real intentions, which we're seeing play out now. They were pretty successful. Their real intentions were to dissolve human civilization and to weaken human beings. And to transfer assets and power and control from human beings as a group, but especially from the middle and working classes to them themselves. And they've been largely successful. Let's just take two examples. The lockdown directive, right? It didn't help the data and it didn't help in terms of stopping the spread. It totally helped in terms of crushing businesses that couldn't afford to stay closed for 6 months a year. Over a year, small businesses, mom and pop shops, small landlords, but Amazon is open, right? Etsy is open. So you saw these companies go up 20 to 25% market share. And people's people's habits completely changed.

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Why YOU Will Get Audited by the IRS Soon

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:26 min | Last week

Why YOU Will Get Audited by the IRS Soon

"Who's ready to get audited? I'm gonna get blunt to the point. Straight into the point and be blunt. It's likely you are going to be audited sometime soon. Senator Kristen sinema has decided to join Joe Manchin in what they call the inflation reduction act, which is anything but the inflation reduction act, but Democrats are getting even sneakier in how they are branding what actually increases inflation to hurt inflation, but they're doing it for marketing purposes. The inflation reduction act of 2022 appears to have a good shot of being signed into law. One of the things it does is it expands the internal revenue services, power, authority, and expands their staff. The inflation reduction act hires 80 7 thousand new IRS agents. 80 7 thousand new IRS agents. Currently, there's about 600,000 audits that are done every single year. 600,000 audits. The IRS says they'll now be able to perform 1.2 million audits in the next couple of years, doubling the amount of annual audits that are done. Doubling.

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US employers add 528,000 jobs; unemployment falls to 3.5%

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last week

US employers add 528,000 jobs; unemployment falls to 3.5%

"American employers added a surprising number of jobs last month Economists had predicted 250,000 new jobs The White House went even lower saying record job growth would ease Closer to a 150,000 jobs per month Instead employers added a stunning 528,000 jobs restoring all the jobs lost during the virus induced recession The unemployment rate is down to a pandemic low three and a half percent But there are other troubling indicators The economy shrank the last two quarters in informal definition of a recession Most economists think the strong jobs market has kept the economy from actually slipping into one Sagar Meghani Washington

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‘[T]he U.S. economy is not in a recession’: Economists react to the jobs report

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last week

‘[T]he U.S. economy is not in a recession’: Economists react to the jobs report

"The U.S. jobs market continues booming Employers added a surprising 528,000 jobs last month more than double economists predictions The unemployment rate is down to three and a half percent The hiring boom comes despite raging inflation and rising anxiety about a recession The economy shrank the last two quarters which is one informal definition of recession but most economists believe the strong jobs market has kept the economy from actually slipping into a downturn though they do fear one is coming

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Long-term mortgage rates under 5% for 1st time in 4 months

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last week

Long-term mortgage rates under 5% for 1st time in 4 months

"Long-term mortgage rates have dropped under 5% for the first time in four months Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac says to 30 year rate fell to 4.99% down from 5.3% last week The drop came days after the Federal Reserve increased its main borrowing rate in an aggressive effort to get inflation under control The average 15 year rate popular among homeowners refinancing dropped to about four and a quarter percent down roughly a third of a point Higher borrowing rates have cooled the housing market that had been hot for years Mike Hempen Washington

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Weekly jobless claims rise to 260,000 ahead of nonfarm payrolls report

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Weekly jobless claims rise to 260,000 ahead of nonfarm payrolls report

"But more Americans have been filing for jobless benefits Jobless aid claims rose by 6000 last week The total number of Americans collecting jobless benefits went up 48,000 American employers posted fewer job openings in June though the figure is still high and the labor market is still considered strong even as the economy deals with decades high inflation and rising interest rates Still tomorrow's July jobs report is expected to show employers added 250,000 jobs last month a healthy number in normal times but it would be the lowest one since December 2020 Sagar Meghani Washington

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Months into war, Ukraine refugees slow to join EU workforce

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last week

Months into war, Ukraine refugees slow to join EU workforce

"Ludmilla chili jovic used to have a career as a lawyer in Ukraine and big plans for the future that was before the Russian invasion forced the 41 year old woman to leave both her job and home behind and head for Europe with her daughter One of the millions of refugees who have fled Ukraine chili jovic considers herself lucky to have a job at all not fluent enough in either check or English should tell the AP she hasn't minded the work as long as she and her daughter are safe although the EU introduced regulations to make it easier for refugees to live and work many are only now starting to find jobs and many are still struggling according to the EC only a relatively small number of those who stayed had entered the EU labor market by mid June I'm Charles De Ledesma

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80-Year-Old Norco Store Owner Shoots off Armed Robber

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:48 min | 2 weeks ago

80-Year-Old Norco Store Owner Shoots off Armed Robber

"There is a story up on dot com from Norco, California. This is your feel good story of the day. So a bad guy armed with an AR-15 tried to rob an 80 year old man in the store that he owned the Norco market. What the bad guy didn't realize at the time is that the owner was watching a security camp video and he saw the car pull up, there were four people in this car and he saw one of the bad guys getting out and putting on a ski mask and the owner of the store knew what was about to happen, so when the band guy came in and said, put your hands in the air, the owner of the store took out his shotgun and literally blew the bad guys arm off and the whole thing was captured on surveillance video. You gotta listen to this. I wanna hear it again. I love that. Now, now, so by the way, the riverside county sheriff's department, they say that the clerk or the owner of the store did the right thing, he was a legally. He was a legal gun owner. He was allowed by law to own that gun and he defended himself. He did nothing wrong. I will say this, that the owner suffered a heart attack after all of this, but he's okay, he's going to make a full recovery. The bad guys and critical condition at the local hospital and they've arrested others. What I

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First ship carrying Ukrainian grain since Russia invaded leaves Odesa

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

First ship carrying Ukrainian grain since Russia invaded leaves Odesa

"The first ship carrying Ukrainian grain has set off from the port of Odessa The departure of the Sierra Leone flagged cargo ship the rizzoni laden with corn is expected to finally allow large stores of Ukrainian crops to reach foreign markets and ease a growing hunger crisis Russia and Ukraine have signed separate agreements with turkey and the UN clearing the way for Ukraine one of the world's key bread baskets to

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The Tanking US Economy and Manchin's BIG Mistake

The Trish Regan Show

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

The Tanking US Economy and Manchin's BIG Mistake

"Okay, we got inflation. We got tons of inflation, and you know what else we have? Even though they don't want to tell you this, even though they're trying to spin this one, you know, does it feel like a recession? Do you feel like you're in a recession? I would say most Americans would say it certainly feels pretty unpleasant. Well, we have now seen two negative quarters of growth, lack of growth, I should say, two quarters of decline that is the textbook definition of a recession, in my expectation, unfortunately, is that it's going to get a whole lot worse. It's going to get worse because if you look at the tea leaves, if you look at the handwriting on the wall or if you pay attention to what some of even the tech companies lately have been telling us, is that there is this slowdown going on. Coupled with this inflation, coupled with the fact that the Federal Reserve is raising rates at a record high rate finally, like finally, all of this is going to have a real drag effect on the overall economy. So what are the brilliant people over in Washington, D.C. decide to do? I'll tell you this. Any respect I had for Joe Manchin, I'm sorry, but what happened? All right, what happened to the guy who seemed to care about not raising taxes at a time when the American people can't handle it? What happened to that? I mean, now he's spend spend spend, I mean, this is money. We don't have guys. I mean, I hate to break it to you, but 30 trillion and counting. We don't have it. So explain the long-term economic fundamentals of this one where you can. It's just a bunch of politicians worried about November thinking well, hey, if we look like we're doing this, maybe we'll be forgiven. We don't want to give the Republicans any ammunition to say that they didn't do anything. Well, the whole idea, guys, is you're not supposed to do anything, okay? This is why private markets tend to work the best when the government gets out of the way, then individuals can make proper decisions.

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Deadline target Tyler Mahle strong for Reds vs Orioles

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Deadline target Tyler Mahle strong for Reds vs Orioles

"Tyler malley shook off a shaky start to help the reds pound the Orioles 8 to two Maui spotted the birds at two zero lead in the first inning before tossing shutout ball the rest of the way He retired the final 13 batters he faced in what could have been his final appearance as a red Maui is one of the most sought after arms on the trade market Jonathan India Joey Votto and Jake fraley supplied homers Dean Kramer allowed two long balls after giving up just four in 47 innings coming in Cincinnati hurlers retired 19 straight at one point and dropped Baltimore one game over 500 I'm Dave ferry

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James Lindsay: ESG Is Like China's Social Credit System

Mark Levin

01:47 min | 2 weeks ago

James Lindsay: ESG Is Like China's Social Credit System

"Lack of transparency is how ESG scores are determined It's an open door for abuse he said you have this ability for a very small number of people who will the tremendous amount of power over markets To be able to make those decisions It's a return almost to a feudal system The lords get to decide what is right and what is wrong In fact ESG scores are much like China's social credit system but applied at a corporate level He says it's identical to China's social credit system It just got a nice name that fits western not just western but western values which is how they sell it to the public or get people to back it And think they're doing good in the world Even more troubling is Lindsey's argument that ESG fits into a broader global agenda that he said wants to make the west energy poor to the benefit of countries like communist China and a way of social control They want to implement the exact same control system because they see that it works to control people in China The power lead in the west often do want to control the people The goal is to make China into one model and the west into its inversion China is a communist country that runs a fascist market and the goal is to use corporations to create a fascist market that install communism in the west That's your social credit scores Your economic justice scores et cetera and the reason for that is the religion of communism believes that when you take opposites that are arranged like that and you put them into relationship with one another they contradictions become manifest And eventually work out into one synthetic hole

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"g. market" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

01:46 min | 2 months ago

"g. market" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

"Wide execution in another 7500 with instantaneous guaranteed execution and somebody in Washington thinks that somehow that needs to be improved is just shocking. Just shocking. I mean, there were so many things that need to be improved and looked at in advance of that. And we trade all over the world. And I can tell you that our system here and the deal that the retail investor gets in this country is so superior to any other country. It's amazing. Frankly, they get a better deal than our institutional investor clients get in this country. So the notion that gets from the SEC is looking at this is just crazy. Who sang the song lyrics of which go, maybe Henry, you know this, but they saw Paradise and put up a parking lot. Yeah. Joey Mitchell. Yeah. Yeah, so Gary, I guess there wants to build a parking lot. Don't let a good crisis go to waste and especially on Elizabeth Warren is telling you to go do something, I guess. But I see that you were quoted here, Doug is saying that I say here. This is my briefing paper from Evan. That although as you can see in our supplemental materials, maybe this was a handout to the investors, the shared volumes from retail remains strong at over two times what they were in 2018, 19 to us. This indicates long-term resilience of the retail investor and has the retail investor truly been tried in the past dozen years. I mean, this is 2000, 2020 was like 15 minutes. Yeah, yeah, that's a good question. I mean, you remember, I guess the dot com crisis or the dot com situation where a lot of people got wiped out. And what I've always said, I think a number of structural things have changed. Obviously, you have proliferation of zero commission brokerages and technology. People can get access to markets on their handheld and that didn't exist in 2000. It's the.

"g. market" Discussed on Hysteria

Hysteria

03:51 min | 7 months ago

"g. market" Discussed on Hysteria

"And welcome back, you're listening to hysteria, the only show that records during major historical events. Alyssa, how many major historical events have happened during hysteria recordings? All of them, especially our first episode ever, I think. Our first episode ever during the recording are shortly thereafter. Shortly thereafter. We had to get back together. Yeah, we had all departed in Anthony Kennedy announced he was retiring from the Supreme Court. So that was cool. That's back when you were in New York still, 'cause we reconvened on the upper west side. That's true. It was very fancy. And then we were also recording during the January 6th insurrection stuff. I remember getting out of recording and being like, huh, what's going on? What are these people doing, scaling the capitol? This doesn't seem like things are supposed to be doing. And then we were just recording now when justice Stephen breyer announced that he was retiring, so that was cool. We had to do something just off the cuff. Totally. To which we say thank you, kind, sir. Yes, thank you kind, sir, for retiring at a moment where we could actually do something. Yeah, on the show. Super excited for our personal political segment today. We have two of our favorites in the house to hysteria originals home homies. First, she's a comedian and writer and a director. And you can see her live on February 24th in Irvine. And she's in San Francisco from March 9th to 12th and she's in Philadelphia from March 18th to 20th. Karen deal. Oh my goodness. Hi, hi. Hi, it's so good. Good to see you. You are a globetrotting America trotting lady. Yeah, I'm sorry. Yes, I pushed everything. I was supposed to go to Philly in January and I pushed it because of the disease. What disease? It's this whole thing. I would recommend that you read the news. Oh, God. Got.

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"g. market" Discussed on Banking Transformed with Jim Marous

Banking Transformed with Jim Marous

06:57 min | 11 months ago

"g. market" Discussed on Banking Transformed with Jim Marous

"And we have to have them. We have to equip this preface. With right we deal but the right fractions with the right Everything that we have as practicing baucus to be able to them so that that that thing. You're absolutely spot on that. A lot of So actually investing and spending a lot of time to learn And because once they learn that they were data and that's executives not when chimpanzees. I go back to my beginning market. Which is forty years ago. It was difficult was mo- schoolteaching. Advertising as opposed to marketing most schools had not connected the dots between the the importance of numbers and analytics in finance to what marquis was and i benefited. Because i major in both marketing and finance and allowed me to talk to the financial officer in their language to get funny but in no place. More than financial services consumers trust our ability. Use data to youth privacy but also deliver per slice lucians. So how do we balance the need to deliver a high levels of contextual experiences while also giving consumers control over their data so thanks i would say firstly rare examples of people who have done book marketing finance. You could have if you look back at your career and you said that would have been a tremendous advantage to you but pitch with credibility investments artistic wide. Cfo rca on the one hand and also to be able to establish establish saying that. Hey this is what we got in victim for the investment help within that kind of a quantitative approach actually stein's Stint today that are two things. One is the core marketing. The second is the sound systems finance technology eight analytics public relations a human relation human resources. All these disowning system south functions and so one is. How do you connect abouts. Which in marketing a dissenter and each of these areas. So how'd you the oxford technology and marketing between human resources and by marketing between public relations and marketing. And so on so. This is one part. The other part is the core of marketing. We have been taught aboard. The four of marketing rich. Today is totally useless. Talk about purchase funnel in marketing asia's marlon eyewitness interest designed action satisfaction Has lapsed so there's no participant been talked about things like loyalty and i keep giving spurlock dick sample. And if you bump me are just like spend one minute on this trudeau monster. But i'm saying so when you look at linebacker for example as an industry all the companies particular close to a trillion dollars every single area. Just online Light prevents a trillion dollars worldwide. That's a humongous amount of money. 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In time i may go for that particular choice so if the market on the other side of the company has used response to my leg. D program he. She is wrong. I'm not playing. So the point is we have to realize marketers required stickiness. The need to influence difference. This should not could themselves that. They're earning are winning light. So the concept of liked has to be changed as i Industry i saw within ditching line to the way we are teaching we have to change it so every aspect. Look at consumers like a insights visible favorite mine. So what happens when you're looking at You how the focus discussion with people outside of an opening on pretenses and giving you answers. That think that you're looking for are even worse when you look at questionnaires and dan said some stuff casualty online and then become by looming. Look at it as entered source of truth. The reality is most of the human decision making happens subconsciously. It doesn't happen consciously. 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"g. market" Discussed on Banking Transformed with Jim Marous

Banking Transformed with Jim Marous

02:06 min | 11 months ago

"g. market" Discussed on Banking Transformed with Jim Marous

"Marketing most schools had not connected the dots between the the importance of numbers and analytics in finance to what marquis was and i benefited. Because i major in both marketing and finance and allowed me to talk to the financial officer in their language to get funny but in no place. More than financial services consumers trust our ability. Use data to youth privacy but also deliver per slice lucians. So how do we balance the need to deliver a high levels of contextual experiences while also giving consumers control over their data so thanks i would say firstly.

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"g. market" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

The Indicator from Planet Money

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"g. market" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

"Just hold onto water that they don't need but that view is by no means the consensus in water policy circles in fact carly's concerned that outsider investors are totally distorting. The market is part of that debate but putting aside that controversy coming out of that. Big report has basically three main lessons for water. Markets lesson number. One is regulation. What am i. It's a serious markets. And according to this report regulation should be just as vigilant as you'd have and other industries like finance the same way that you might have rolls around conflicts of interest or insider trading. You'd also by that logic. Need those rules in the water bucket and listen number two coming out that report make sure the rose reflect a rapidly changing climate and finally lesson number three share information widely at the moment the institutional investors can be at an advantage with forecast models and looked really fast internet connections. If that information is better shared there might be less of a sense of grievance from farmers working from a slow internet connection who never signed up to be rapid day traders of water. Have you tried to beat them at their own game sitting at the computer right on the thought of the hour better things today. We grow grass when we can we fade them grind. We can we day stock when it's not viable and we no longer have that security that have dads and grandfathers had a couple of generations. guy on tomorrow's show. We will continue to look at water prices. This time in american homes and communities this episode of the indicator was produced by jamila huxtable. It was fact checked by kayla. Nicholas cage kincannon edits. The show and the indicator is production of.

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"g. market" Discussed on Market Analysis

Market Analysis

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"g. market" Discussed on Market Analysis

"Guest analysts after brand with progressive egg marketing and brian. We talked about this before going on the air. Here we saw this market of double digits almost kind of both sides of unchanged. We're going to end the day. Mixed just kind of a choppy choppy day. You know was randy. And and i think you look at the overnight we had Some decent gains in a lot of that being driven by the the crap condition ratings. You know corners down one ratings for beans were down to spring wheat. Fell another two to be only nine percent good to excellent and that's the worst good to excellent rating. I think in history so that's certainly supported the overnight but we gave back some of those Some of that ground here in the day session and and You look at the forecast. And and kinda mixed. It looks like it's a remains dry in the west for the next ten days Maybe some spotty rain in the east and and some warmer temperatures and a lot areas like in the dakotas in montana That looks pretty dry and hot here for the next ten days as well but you know the string. Wheat crop is pretty much made now and You know we're we're focusing on the potential here for the row crops and that's the thing we got this Spring wheat tour going onto really been having heard a lot out of it here so far today. You know we haven't either. And i think you know that news will certainly come into play. This week is as we move through the week here And for spring weight and in addition to that Some combines are starting to role as well so we'll have more yield reports as we go through the week and into next week and and we'll see where those come in at but For the time being you know we have seen that we market come off at ties over the past week rainfall across the right now today was so central a wisconsin in areas. They really don't have don't need a lottery. But i guess this time of year when everything's pollinating setting pods. It does doesn't hurt you know you're exactly right. And i think it's a critical time you know we're kinda finishing up on the corn side of pollination and and beans so the next month will be big and it seems like moisture tracks moisture and if you've been dry Just not a lot happening Even in yesterday's forecast it looks like we had a chance of rain last night but again nothing materialized livestock. I what went on over there. You know you look at the live. Cattle and and You know we had a positive cold-storage cadillac and tori and catalan feed report and that certainly supported the market on monday. The choice product was sharply higher this morning. And the you know. But the futures are at a premium to the cash with the cash trades this week and and i think that created some profit taking their likewise. The same story with feeders New contract highs on monday Basically being driven again by lower lower placement number the cash was pretty firm to start the week but the corn market was firm in the overnight. And i think that created some early pressure and then some profit-taking also set in while the lean hogs again traded up to five weeks five week highs in that market was overbought and that You know they're realizing some profit centers well The numbers should start to increase now as we move through the later part of summer and into fall and a slow Chinese demand for the past couple of weeks Again adding some weakness to the lean hogs one thing china's been very very quiet here last Last couple of weeks they have. And you know. I think you look at their Pork prices they've dropped like fifty three percent You know from year to date and Gosh you know do they need. Do they need a lot of pork. And you look at the last couple of weeks of export salesman. Pretty quiet on the chinese side of things so Certainly we need need that demand. And i think traders are worried about that as we move through the rest of the year in anything else. We need to be talking about or aware of here. You know. I think it's a big thing That we call it a tour as we talked about earlier It'll be interesting to see what they come up with and then yield reports here too for you know from the spring wheat side of things so We'll continue to monitor that and see how things go. Brian from progressive egg marketing..

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"g. market" Discussed on Market Analysis

Market Analysis

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"g. market" Discussed on Market Analysis

"This is don wick with your closing market. Recap as we take a look to the marketplace and gains for corn and soybeans. Dan bossy of agresource company. Well we found some demand which has been lacking we saw interest from our friends in china and not only and soybeans but also in corn They had a big meal trade. In china overnight six hundred thousand tonnes which is largest we can find in four months that was really positioned in the january february march timeframe so not. Us harvest just yet but hug margins are returning and to chinese were buying decade the market a little bit of heart after the break that we've been having kind of crop progress report this afternoon whether obviously has to be a story or are we seen anything. Do there well. The weather forecast did go dryer at midday. Especially for iowa illinois and indiana lisa northern portions of indiana and i in illinois As we stand back you know the heat. This week makes it interesting. We will need follow up rains and whether or not those occur at least by the first week of august will be very critical so crop condition ratings are expected to be down one to two percent and corn and beans afternoon. Let's see If they fall further based on the forecast and the week the cup is. We'd market here north dakota of course we're following that Spring week tour with the quality council. Does that have any play in this market or do we've pretty well have this week. Market dialed in. Well we we are still trying to understand the abandonment total for spring wheat. I think that's the big question. More and more we're hearing about feed shortages than a forage side across canada and the northern plains people bailing or silencing let's say crops and whether it's spring wheat or corn i think we're all looking at elevated Silage or abandonment rates. And that'll be key. That's maybe the question that we need to be asking for spring wheat both here in canada outside markets having any influence dollar looks like came back. Here yeah the dollar did rally. Today people see us as the opportunity with vaccination rates higher than the rest of the world on a new variant But again as we get closer to an infrastructure package with the biden administration. We may see some selling an increase minh if you will of that budget deficit but that'll be later in the week. If the congress can come together currently the dollar seems to be strong. But i think we're getting close if some resistance. Here's we closer to ninety four. she's marketeer but classroom lors that what i'm saying. Yeah no you're seeing it right in the class Three milk market is just oversupplied We are still looking at cow numbers. That are way too large at nine point. Five million head assuming that we have a little retraction retraction and milk yield during the month of july. Do the heat across the plane. I'm still seeing more milk than we need. And with that in mind. I think the the butter and the cheese markets will be leading us down in terms of fat components. And that'll be the key going to the end of the dan bossy of agresource company..

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"g. market" Discussed on Market Analysis

Market Analysis

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"g. market" Discussed on Market Analysis

"With your afternoon market rep. I'm keira heart for the red river farm network. The grain markets closed mixed livestock. Markets closed higher on wednesday northern crops marketing and investments market analysts. Brad paulson reflects on the grain. Markets was weaker. Got some huge spread. Unwinding in poplar spread trade. This spring was buying minneapolis sell in chicago. Kansas city spreads to their highest point. Here last few days and then with harvests around the corner here we're seeing some profit taking and that also there was some radar showing showers up here in southern canada. But it's a little too late to help to eat and it'll be lucky to to maintain what we got but the forecast does look quite hot and dry here starting tomorrow. Going on forward says the cowl markets were also quiet. Only cash was treating and at one nineteen in kansas today. The box beef continues to drop but some analysts are looking for. You know somewhat of a new low their boxes. they're down another buck. Sixty yesterday choices down to sixty four select donut to forty eight and a half still numbers of cattle or are plentiful and we're trying to get rid of the surplus cattle. That got stuck up here the last couple of years with some unforeseen things but that's going to take some more time the way it looks like We do have a cattle on feed in an inventory. Report out on friday. Minneapolis wheat down eighteen and a quarter at eight ninety seven and three quarters september chicago. We ten and a quarter at seven ten and three quarters september corn unchanged close at five seventy one and three quarters december corn. Up two and three quarters at five sixty eight and a half august beans down four and a quarter at fourteen thirty nine and a quarter november beans up one and a quarter at thirteen eighty nine and three quarters. August live cadillac. Twenty seven cents at one twenty. Five october live cattle up. Fifty five cents at one twenty five twenty five august beater cadillac. A dollar twenty five cents at one fifty six seventy seven september feeder cattle up. A dollar fifty.

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"g. market" Discussed on Market Analysis

Market Analysis

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"g. market" Discussed on Market Analysis

"Guess analysts this afternoon. Brian strommen with progressive egg. Marketing and brian. I was hoping we could see spring wheat. Hang onto those gains here. But we couldn't quite there but everything else is going to close on the plus side. You know it is randy and i. I think you look at the run that we've had in the spring weight over the last week. And and you know. Some profits being realized today We did trade lower. You know about an hour going into the close and then it came off those lows and and are going gonna close with red ink but Certainly no big selloff today. We'll have to continue to monitor that market as we move into harvest and and We'll get some yield reports and again that market has had a pretty good push but some profits today Small gains in the winter wheats and pretty good dan. The row crops again with hot and dry forecast the next two weeks In that western corn bouncer. Maybe like so spread unwinding or something like that. It could be it could be and you know like in in the weeds as well You know there's some traders that You know trade this spring weight versus chicago or kansas city and and there could be some unwinding of some of those spreads today to and and You know we're getting close to harvest so Usually we'll see a little setback as we move into harvest and and You know those yields again Will be the talk over the next week to two weeks. And it looks like the macro s- Straighten themselves out here today with pretty much getting back everything we lost yesterday the way it looks boy. What a what a turn around when you see that. The big selloff on on the dow on on monday and then to have it bounce back again today so i think we saw that a couple of weeks ago on a monday as well with the dow selling off and kobe talk and and then firm backup. Is the week moved along but You know some volatility there as well. Yeah for sure. Cattle markets little tougher on the cattle today. But the hawks were ended. Okay you know they did. And i think you look at the live cattle and You know we had a better day in the dow jones today versus yesterday and and But we are lower. And i think there's some demand economy concerns You know with the increase in kobe. Cova cases being talked about so that is limited in the app side of the feeders Certainly the the firmness in the corn market spilling over to them and a softer tone in the in the live cattle as well and a decent dan the lean hogs again. The cutouts affirmed this week. And they're back up to levels actually that we last saw about a month ago and the fruit futures are at a pretty steep discount to the cash market. Anything else we need to be talking about or aware of here. you know. i think whether it's going to be a big thing as we move forward you know we're in in pollination and corn soybeans You know what that extended dry and hot forecast and august is critical month there as well. So we'll be certainly Continue to trade the weather. And and then i think as we look at spring wheat The combines have ob be starting to roll here over the next week. And and we'll be monitoring those yield reports to kind of surprise me the amount of corn acres are percentage of corn soaking. But then you have to realize we are halfway through july already we are you know and Only ten days away from from the end of the month and we're into august so The calendar is flying by and and you know and then the reins been spotty around the country to so. It's it'll be an interesting Harvest season. Brian struggle with progressive egg marketing..

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"g. market" Discussed on Market Analysis

Market Analysis

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"g. market" Discussed on Market Analysis

"Guest analysts afternoon. Brad paulson president of northern crops. Marketing investments brad who saw double digit gains in the grains here today volume two across the board minneapolis. Sweet in order to continue to run. Hire on Adverse crop conditions very hot dry forecasts which including canada canada's of the fourth driest year on record up there in fourth dryest urine forty or dry jeered forty years so definitely got some issues up there in the forecast as a lot of us knows is quite hot and dry in the next two weeks after this brief respite and a lot of guys up there talking two thirds of a crop in across manitoba saskatchewan berta and if This weather continues. It could be new half crop. And that's what's propelling these prices higher and seems odd that. Usda didn't really reduce their crop of much in all here in this last wednesday report. Yeah they did do pretty good job reflecting spring wheat. Crop i can. The derm number was the was the lowest production number ever in the outnumber was the lowest production numbers since eighteen. Sixty six so We've got some record low production going on here to Otherwise you know day by day. Weather weather market The other big news this morning brazil may about as much as eight cargoes of corn from argentina and brazil. We'll see subfreezing temperatures again this week. It probably doesn't matter because the damage has been done. That's got the corn bark a little firmer also reports out of some sources saying that russian we'd production or harvest gathering is only about half as what it was a year ago year to date so that's got some people ratcheting down the russian number grain production. Also sure the smoke. These forest fires going to have an impact in this crop or not. I don't think so. We saw a few years ago. So and i don't really think it hurts them too much. I think the heat and dryness of already done a number on it. So i and of course the heat coming here is going to be hard on things too. So it's not a good situation as we all know for sure what's going on over there. Our little bit weaker today in the cattle feeders. Don't to forty with that. Higher grain live cattle down fifty The box the box beef continues to drop precipitously here well off or highest from early this spring and that continues to cut into the packer margins although they were very very Big their largest up to homeless a thousand bucks a head or springer down about four or five hundred so they got a little room to maintain these cash braces but if We don't see some firmness. In boxes of always cash cattle could slip some here to wonder how much pushback we're getting at the retail meat case. Yeah no sat myself. Some of the some of the higher end cuts cook. You kind of get sticker shock when you look at them. So but that's that's an ongoing issue. And i don't think the exports might have slowed down a little bit and You know seasonally. The numbers of cattle should start finish. Fed cattle should again starts decline here as we get into the fall winter months. But it's taken a long time to clean up the excess inventory of these last year year and a half from the from the adverse conditions. We ran into shutdowns and plant shutdowns and so on anything else. We need to be wearing brand too much going else. Going on oil market Kind of leveled off your on seventy five. It's down two bucks today. There was a little bit of a building in inventory but I don't think really demand is getting slowed by these higher prices there. Brad paulson northern crops. Marketing and investments..

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"g. market" Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

Marketing Management and Money

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"g. market" Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

"This. Welcome to marketing. Management money with ryan and ryan so we always kinda kick it off with whatever topic we're going to do and I wanna i wanna throw something out there. That's a little bit misleading. Okay fun who read. We're gonna talk about sexy marketing. Okay and the reason. Why is misleading. Because i really gonna spend the whole episode talking about why consistent marketing is gonna win over. Flashy sexy marketing. Okay almost all the time. Yeah well yeah. I sure is not at all where you going to go with that by the way we don't wanna.

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"g. market" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"g. market" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"Takes for joining me today Sarah. . Much for having me Dan. . I am thrilled and we are going to be talking today about marketing degen's E.. So . <hes> just so critically important. . So I would really love to start with asking you to. . Explain how Jansy e customers are different than a millennial customers. . Will first of all the Gen Z. and not many people know this but they are the largest living generation today. . So fifty one percent of the world population is under twenty five today and it is a whole new world out there. . They are changing the game for just about every industry out there and I mean who if the stereotype is true man that's a lot of brunch. . But so they're different than millennials for few key reasons, , and basically it's for a few reasons about why they. . Different different things that happened while they were growing up. . And the different environmental factors, , different parenting styles, , that kind of thing. . So the first key reason why they're different whether or not the same that there was a huge shift in parenting styles. . So we went from terms like helicopter parenting, Tiger , parent to a new kind of parenting style with the other twenty, five, , , hundred, , twenty, , six, , crowd called tech parenting, , and with instead of doing things for their kids parents were. . A little more hands off they were teaching their kids, , how to find things for themselves online using technology, , and they basically have re as a result they've raised a generation who's a little bit more independent than millennials, , but also what they did almost inadvertently that they scared. . The. . Crap out of them about. . Anything. . That could go wrong online everything from online predators to identity theft and everything in between, , and so you've also got this generation WHO's more risk averse millennials? ? So. . In addition to that, they , were raised <hes> unlike millennials who are raised in a boom economy. . This generation was raised in a time of war and recession they were born after these. . These are post nine eleven babies. . They were born at a very different time and they have seen parents. . Lose jobs, , take pay cuts, , clip coupons budget in a way that millennials never did while they were growing up. . And so are actually far more fiscally conservative. . I will say I I. . Say that term and people go oh so they're cheap they're gonNA love coupons. That's . not totally true. . The actually just want more value for their money and they're very concerned about the value for their money. . They're not a I wouldn't call them cheap this as a whole generation, , but I would say they're more concerned with okay. What . am I going to get for my money <hes> they're not? ? As concerned with <hes> coupons and sales and promotions as past generations. . They actually are much more interested in social engagement then coupons or sales, , which is the first generation to really be to really take that on. . Their hungry because they were raised in a recession because of all the being fiscally conservative all of that. . They are hungry for work <hes>. . They're not you know. . Coming out of school in going on at, take , off a year and go explore Europe or. . Nobody's doing that right now. . But really like for the past few years this generation as they're entering the workforce, , they're just ready to get to work. . They're hungry for work their side. . GIG savvy they have like multiple jobs they've probably they're very entrepeneurship and fact sixty, , one percent <hes> coming out of high school say that they don't want to work for somebody else they want to start their own businesses. . So it's a huge. . Shift in just a very it's a much more entrepreneurial mindset and they're not waiting till the get out of college either to start their businesses are just starting them in high school in college like they're just doing it on the side because the technology is so readily available. .

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"g. market" Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

Marketing Management and Money

08:16 min | 2 years ago

"g. market" Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

"Welcome everybody to a fabulous episode of Marketing Management and Money I'm your host Ryan? Murray and I'm your host Rhino. So I. Had a pretty good mood right now. Because I had a chance to actually brush your teeth brush my teeth, yes. I'm I'm in a better. I had a chance, my my my wife, she was a sweetheart and she She planned a little getaway. Nice, and we just went and spent the weekend. Together and it was really nice. We got out. We did some hiking. It was wonderful, so. We come back to the hotel and right now you've got all of this, you know the covid. Nineteen stuff is still going on there, just relaxing and easing like the hotel that we stayed at there were still some restrictions in place It was kind of interesting. but as we were, there were sitting there. you know I I I flip on the TV find a a good old movie that you know that that I I really like It was on one of those you know cable networks, but riddled with commercials. And Okay I'm like. I'm I'm I'm going to do it. I'm going to put up with the commercial. So I'm sitting there. Watching this and the commercials are coming out. And it was driving me crazy because every single commercial was talking about how we're here to help through tough times. And at some point I'm sitting here. Watching this and I'm just like really are. Are you really here to help? Because there are people who? Have lost their jobs. They don't know what they're going to do. There's a lot of fear like. Are you really here to help? Or is that just the tagline that every single company has now jumped on board with this like oh? We're here to help and just to prove it we're going to. And it started. You know just grading at me because it felt so disingenuous on. That I thought to myself, and the problem is, there are people who are out there trying to help doing their best. Oh, yeah, for sure they. They've retooled their business to really make a difference, but then there's all those people who are just giving lip service. And and so I wanNA, talk today, and maybe maybe I'm going to rant a little bit. an and I apologize if I M, but but but there's there's some some key wisdom here. I WANNA. Talk about the importance of making sure that your marketing is. Like so many time, and it's tempting. It's very tempting to just say what sounds good in the moment you and You, know the they're companies that have a strong brand promise and they stick to that brand promise even when it's tough, and there are companies who try to sound like they have a brand promise. And they'll flip flop when the next. Thing comes around and and so I just I. Don't know and you've got a lot of experience with marketing. Yeah I'm sure you've seen this. How do you deal with? How do you not get stuck in that trap? I. I think one of the best ways to not get stuck in. That trap is is something you've already said is to stick to what you do. You know what I mean I? Don't think there's anything wrong with taking advantage of an opportunity if you have an opportunity to retool and make some money off of something going on. By all means, but don't. PUT The veil over it that. Is something other than what you're actually trying to do. Be Be on. Be Clear about it right? Okay, I think everyone's going to agree with that, but here's the slippery slope because when you're marketing. You're kind of saying what you want people to think about your company. And sometimes you're already there. Sometimes. You want to be there. Let me let me clarify what I'm what I'm getting at here. Okay, so if you say, we are the best at customer service, come to us, and like that's your marketing message. That's your brand. Promise is nobody beats our customer service, right? You might be in the process of still training your employees on. Or Service. That might be the initiative that you're taking on, and so you're going to put yourself out there and you're going to say like look. We are so committed to this that we are now going to tell people that we are committed to this. We're going to wash your walk. Talk the talk. We're doing it all. But a month ago we weren't there and so you know there's there's this point which is like okay. This is the direction we're moving, and so we're going to make this brand promise but I've seen too often where businesses. They will make a brand promise. And then they'll stick to that brand promise. In tell it gets a little bit difficult. You know. And so that's that's what I WANNA to talk about earth. That's what I'd like you to expand on shore and. Kind of what I was getting at isn't isn't so much of. A couple of things number one. I don't think that there's ever really that point. Right in which. You can now say that you offer great customer service. Right like if that's what you're committed to accompany if that's what means something to you, that's why you've started your business. Then tout of that from day one. Okay, but. Stick with that wind times get tough and I think that's the real slippery slope is that? People see something easy. They want to take advantage of it. They can take advantage of and make money at it as a small business, but. It's on they. They try to guys it as well I can't just look like a a company that wants to make money. How dare I? I've gotTA. Help people, and so it's like Oh. We're here to help. We're offering twenty percents off, so we can increase those, but don't tell anybody that you know, and and that's that's the part of the really just gets under my skin when I see these marketers coming out with messaging and the consumer base knows that like just like you or something. You're listening to all these. They may not like come out in consciously. Say Oh bullcrap. Whole Group of companies all these companies putting them into this box and they all. Have this fake messaging, but at some point. Consumers, are like bullcrap. We're not buying it. You know when every company out there is like we're here to help, so we're doing this. We're here to help, so we're offering ten percent off. We're here to help so ten percent of our proceeds will go to. We're here to help, so you can have this coupon code. We're help these local schools and it's like. Okay if you're really there to help. Just fricken help. You know what I mean just do something, and then if if that if you can use that and say hey, we were able to help. Do X. Y., and Z uh-huh, or if you do have free product or something that you're trying to get out there then. Yeah, by all means, say hey. What we can offer during this time, we know things are difficult. Unfortunately, we can't give things away, so we're here to help by doing what we can and currently. That's ten percent off or If you can do something for free. Just frigging do it, but if you have to advertise to get there, then do the advertising, but be clear about why you're doing it. Don't.

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"g. market" Discussed on 7 Layers

7 Layers

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"g. market" Discussed on 7 Layers

"We explore a different layer of the technology that connects our world from the literal wires in the ground to switches and routers and all the way up to the exploiting amount of smart devices that surround us. I'm your host Connor Craven Studios Associate Editor at Sdn Central in our last episode. We gave the basics. What five G is and how it works. It is a complex multi-faceted and according to the Central Editor Matt Capco a considerably over hyped technology. This week is the second in a two part series of five G. Networks in this episode. We're going to answer the questions. What is the current satisified networks? What are some five use cases and Howard telecoms going to monetize five G. following that we are joined by the president of Five G. America's Chris Pearson to discuss the five G. Market and use cases? G America's is a five G. dedicated industry trade organization made up of telecommunication service providers and manufacturers is impossible to deploy a mature G. Network. All at once. Has He talked about in the previous episode. Five years really out in stages as such the five G. Deployment Status of every major telecommunications company Telekom is in constant flux across the globe telecoms are racing to build better five G. networks to play them fester improve out the modernization model in this section. I'm going to look at a few countries. Telecom sector leading the charge including China South Korea the United Kingdom Germany and the United States. While this is not a comprehensive list of every country in telecom developing five G. networks. It will give you a good overview of the global landscape and general state of deployments in trials and be sure to check the episode transcript for links to resources for those of you who really want to fall down the rabbit hole of five. G. Market landscapes as of this recording. Only one of these countries mentioned has auctioned off the high frequency millimeter wave spectrum. This is significant because the military spectrum is the frequency range newest five G. networks provides high in dense urban areas plans by the other countries in the list to do so in early twenty. Twenty it disrupted by the Cova. Nineteen pandemic which country has completed their action. Well you'll just have to listen to find out. Let's start with China. According to the Chinese state run news agency Shenhua. China launched the world's largest G. Network on October thirty first two thousand nineteen this is significant because according to analysts at the firm Jefferies as well as GSM a the number of people in China subscribe to five G. will grow from one hundred ten million to six hundred million between twenty twenty and twenty twenty five. That would equate to about forty percent of the entire global five market in twenty twenty-five the largest possible because the three largest Chinese network operators China Mobile China Unicom in China Telecom agreed to cooperate in building Vijay Infrastructure China Unicom and China. Telecom are also sharing bands of five G. frequency spectrum. Let's go a little deeper cooperation between the three on building infrastructure. Each of the telecoms were responsible for deploying. A portion of the total number base stations needed to hit the mark of the largest five-day network collectively three telecoms deployed almost eighty six thousand. Five G base stations as of November twenty nineteen. Because the three work together on this the time it took to have the largest network was reduced entering China into the five G. Race however as of this recording they have yet to utilize the high frequency millimeter wave spectrum. A key element of five G. networks. The rapid ramp-up of infrastructure was accomplished despite the efforts to hamper China's spivey progress from the United States and other countries as Chris Nicholl a principal analysts that he g was quoted in an SEC. Central article quote any other time. I would say that this effort in China is really pushing the five G. development forward globally but with the Chinese vendors being hampered in the global market Nokia Ericsson. Samsung are buffered in the United States against Y and Z. T he added. I'm still hearing reports. That hallway is about a year ahead of the other vendors in key areas such as massive multiple input multiple output antennas in radio performance. But the are behind on V. Ran. So you need to pick your position on leadership and quote. China may have the largest five G. Network South Korea may have the most advance according to a December twenty nineteen report from open signal the network performance of both escape telecoms in Korea Telecom's five networks surpassed five G. networks in nearly all other countries for example escaped telecom at the time of the open signal report had download speeds of sixty nine point eight megabits per second L. G. You plus and Korea Telecom the other telecoms reviewed had download speeds of forty eight point one and forty seven point three megabits per second respectively. Moreover both providers have portions of their networks. That are on five G. standalone infrastructure. In case you've forgotten from last episode of five Stanley Infrastructure is one that does not rely on four G. Network infrastructure. All of this is being done without millimeter wave frequencies as they have not been auctioned off by the South Korean government beyond the technical aspects. South Korea also lease land market adoption. South Korean customers have been buying five network services more than any other country according to research from IHS Market Publishing September. Twenty nineteen stores could not keep five G. capable devices in stock in South Korea additionally. Ihs Market reported that it only took sixty nine days for South Korea's five G. providers to reach one million five G. subscribers citing the greater variety of phones leading to a more rapid growth of the five G. market between nineteen reports summary South Korea's.

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"g. market" Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

Marketing Management and Money

10:25 min | 2 years ago

"g. market" Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

"It. Yeah it's not something that everyone has buy in and so they start just kinda like shoving it down people's throats in there's like oh you will do this S. O.. More else an amicus really toxic and people start hating the environment turnover. Sometimes you get You know sometimes you Y- so you get some results. But they're very short lived you know in the basis of power episode that we did. This is the Kuiper Shen power that we talked about. And so you know I. I'd like to give a good example because you don't always have to go this way and I've got a good friend who he's the sales manager for an Audi dealership and he in about well. It's like twelve months. You know. As a year period of time he was able to take them. I'm and they actually. They weren't in a necessarily a failing position but they were. Just you know run of the mill average for the region Charlie special vessel. Yeah nothing special like we're not doing great we're not doing poorly. And so they brought him on as the sales manager manager for this team. Okay the interesting thing is that he actually doesn't have a lot of direct sales or marketing. Experience a He was culinary trained. He's a professional shift really. Yeah and and so what what ended up happening was he was Kinda on ahead hunted for his talent into working with people like he's good at working with food. Yeah but he's great at working with people and so when he went in he didn't put a lot of emphasis on okay. These are the sales goals or okay. This is what we've gotta do to hit our numbers. He looked and took the time to say. Who's on the team? Do you have buy in. Do you actually care about this company. What we do and he he started getting rid of the toxic people at A? You know if you understand the you know selling cars. It's very cut throat competitive edited advisor especially when you get into some of those higher end vehicles it gets really kind of cut throat and he just changed the culture culture. And he's like no. We're not GONNA have this. We're going to play as a team. And he went in and he made these changes and within a very short period of time the sales started. I started going up up up up up and now they're in the top three in the region. Oh yes ohi- you know. He's he's had great success. Yeah and that's that's A. That's a great cultural marketing example. I love that that's beautiful and so you know. Cultural Marketing is about the people. It's about making sure that people people care about the business making sure that people understand the goals of the business that they have by and they believe that those goals are going to happen and Essel. This is really what we're talking about when we talk about the the the cultural marketing. Let's take a look at some ways to make this actionable Abo- we've talked a lot about examples of things. You shouldn't do the only thing I probably say. There is a six time. Do a little introspection. Listen listen to the people that are around you don't dismiss their criticisms too abruptly. These like that. I mean honest with yourself you you might be a terrible person and be open to that can maybe. That's a little to no. You're probably area area. You need improvement your own. been with that. But let's look at some some in really good ways to dive into making this successful your cultural marketing behemoth. That's unstoppable right. So the first I am most key thing I think is setting goals right. It's something that not nearly enough small businesses do and or do right. You see a lot of small businesses. That'll throw a goal out there and it's insane it you know. They're they're shooting for the stars hoping to land on the moon and yet they don't even get off the ground because it's just insane right right so goals that you should set you. Come back to that I. I don't know I kind of think it's Cliche at this point. The Smart Goal Right. But there's truth to it. It works. It's cliche because it's legit so if you don't know what's Markle is. A smart goal is something in that specific measurable attainable realistic and time bound. Yes I had to look that up the the you know there's there's some very well-defined parameters around it right. So what's another way that they can make this actionable our listeners. Right so one of the things that I'm always thinking about with the cultural marketing is the details. Cultural Marketing is about the details. Don't get sloppy. Don't get lazy whatever you do. Well don't just do it. Do it like exceptionally well. Stand out with that aspect your business because that's a big piece of the cultural marketing. So I went out to eat What's Ted this about two months ago and it was new restaurants? Never been there before the waitress. She was just wonderful like amazingly intuitive. She came and she knew the right moments to come and Ask Hey do you have any questions. She was spot on with recommendations. And I've had the opposite experience where I've gone to a restaurant restaurant and I'm asked what are you recommend. And they're like well actually. I don't really eat here. Everything's good yeah. It's like you know and so when you're getting those those kinds of responses you're thinking to yourself You know if if you don't eat here maybe I shouldn't either you know but this lady she she she really had exceptional at what she was doing now. Not only did she get a great tip off of it but also I. That's where I'm going to go say I guarantee you're going back right guaranteed. So that's the place that I want to go. So if that's your craft be exceptional added the you know. Let let let's put this into kind of another. You know another example is so maybe you're manufacturer and you're thinking to yourself your leg. Well Yeah I already do quality control and so you know how am I going to be exceptional at that. Look like your warranty claims and shore like have have a killer warranty process or Have a you know an amazing delivery process or you know. Have the if you believe in your a product show people that you believe in your product and you know if that's your message convey that message you know and and so if if the industry standard if everybody else else's giving you know ninety day warranties give six months and be like we believe in it so strongly that we're we're going to extend our warranty beyond what everyone else is doing and as an an and those are the subtle little things that it's like. Oh you notice that you feel it. You're like Oh okay. I like these guys because they are exceptional at their craft. They pay attention to the little details. Absolutely another subtle thing that we've been touching on but I think is super important to making this thing successful Something subtly we've been kind of looking at here with getting detailed is also not getting detailed with everything that you can think of pinker. Pick your thank one or two things. Don't go five. Don't go top ten. Pick one or two things your differentiator the things that really set hugh apart and you may you may get those ideas of what those are from past sales or your customers or if you're just starting up and maybe the feedback that you're getting from people that you're pitching this to write Take those things that are your your number one number two. Do things that you want to focus on the differentiator. Whatever that is whether that's an insane no questions asked warranty because your socks are so darned off or because you have great customer service in your restaurant pick those pick? Those things are really home that it in and really drive that message home. Recognize you in everything that you do. Sorry now you're GonNa but recognize you can't be the best at everything and so be the the best at what you can be the best at and the other things maintain a standard. But you know. Don't don't try and be everything to people that just doesn't work. Yeah so here's the last thing that I would like to just kind of wrap this up with an there are so many aspects to cultural marketing. Because it's your culture right and and so you can't just limit this to here are three things to do for marketing. That doesn't exist. That doesn't work. And so you know take some time and think about your own culture. Think about the things that matter in your business in your industry with your employees with your customers. Yeah but here's is one that is pretty universal. And so I feel like it's worth mentioning and we can kind of tied up with this. Cultural Marketing is holistic. Absolutely you can't forget certain aspects of your business now. Don't get confused with just finished telling you not to try and do everything. Now I'm saying now do every no no. I'm not saying everything I'm saying. Be Aware of all all of the things that are adding to your culture. So if you've got an employee has rotten.

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"g. market" Discussed on The Stock Podcast | CEO and CFO Interviews

The Stock Podcast | CEO and CFO Interviews

17:16 min | 3 years ago

"g. market" Discussed on The Stock Podcast | CEO and CFO Interviews

"I also asked that you subscribe on whatever podcasting platform you use and please tell a friend or write down a short review or give me some ratings just anything everything helps so without further ado. Let's get to the interview with Tillerson's C._E._O.. Meg Gentle Gentle. Thank you so much for coming onto the podcast. It's going to be a pleasure talking about your business in your industry. Thank you for having me could we. I start off talking about your background. How'd you get into the industry? And how did you find yourself at two Lillian sure Gosh I've been in the natural gas business now now for about twenty five years so to admit it's been many years I started working for Anadarko Petroleum and did a lot of international gas projects for them and worked for about thirteen years reds Chenier energy through the Import Terminal Day's end the export terminal days I was the C._F._o.. Of Chenier when we raised all the capital for Sabine Pass so about twenty billion dollars of capital equity end debt and then I moved to London to build Chenier marketing which I think is now the thirteenth largest launch emarketer on a worldwide basis and when I came back from London I decided to join the team at Laurean to start a new company and build infrastructure in the Gulf coast so that brings us to today. Did you just tell me a little bit about what Korean does to Laurean was formed in early twenty sixteen to build a new company for Ellen G Terminal Infrastructure and also other infrastructure development on the Gulf coast. I we have plans to build a twenty eight million ton on facility in Louisiana and we're actually developing that on a joint venture partnership basis so we're raising the equity <hes> for that Terminal Terminal by selling partnership interested the rest of the G. Market and we're ready to start construction that sheer and deliver I Ellen g twenty twenty three for for listeners who don't really know so what Ellen G is or not familiar with the industry. It'd be really great to have just an overview of what Ellen G is. What is it stand for first of all and then just if you could just talk about the history of the industry that would be really helpful Kohl a while back to the stone-age days? I'm just kidding Hornbeck with natural gas and it's actually natural gas that is transported on ships and very cold temperatures negative two hundred sixty degrees Fahrenheit which reduces the mass of the gas and allows it to be transported in in March larger volume and the industry has has been in existence for about sixty. Maybe seventy years now originally the very first producers of g were Indonesia and Alaska actually <hes> <hes> and the industry grew by <hes> transporting from the producing area directly to the customer and then the ship would come back to <hes> producer and back to the customer so is very point to point way likes to say and since it's <hes> takes a lot of capital to build liquefaction plant to basically super cool the gas <hes> that capital investment was supported by long term contracts that were are very strict in what each of the counterparties could you if we fast for many decades the U._S. started increasing its natural gas production in excess of what the U._S. and and frankly North American market can consume and so we build some ellen export terminals the first one was Chenier energies terminal in lower forty-eight in Louisiana that came. I'm online in twenty sixteen and that has really changed everything about the market because the gas from the U._S. is destination flexible so instead of point to point the big L._N._G.. Traders are taking the gas and they can put it on their vessel and move it to whatever is the country or market willing to pay the highest price for it so today we he liked to talk about the Angie market has finally becoming a grownup commodity like the oil market trades and in that context we the L._N._G.. Producers have had to start thinking about different business models goals for selling that gas so with the birth of children as a new company. This is a work we've been doing to try to bring Ellen G to the market with greater flexibility and frankly lower and lower cost. I just one question and this is something that I was. I've always been curious about but is an ellen g molecule the same no matter where it's produced so if the import terminals and the regasification terminals can in any given regasification terminal except Ellen g from any point across the globe or are they calibrated in such a way that they need to have one specific type Said's. It's from the Permian Basin or whatever it's about ninety percent fungible so the only difference from one you know vessel carrying Ellen g to the next is actually how much propane might be commingled with the natural gas so so natural gas is really almost pure methane but it's naturally produced out of the ground <hes> actually associated with even oil sometimes but often <hes> the propane butane and ethene which are very similar molecular structure to methane tain are are left together with the methane so some producing areas in the world send everything together in the vessel and so the vessel has higher energy content when it reaches the destination country and sub countries per for that kind of high energy content but they you know equipment can usually handle any of the vessels those that that come in as long as the birth is large enough to accept the size of the vessel so it is much more standard than the than the oil business from that respect okay. No that's really helpful and that was something I early on when I was learning about the Ellen g industry. It's something that I didn't fully understand so thanks. I didn't realize was ninety percent. That's a much higher number than I. I thought but anyway <hes> could could you talk about just what the export potential is. How big the deal is ellen experts in the United States right now? The terminals that either are producing <unk> exporting them or are under construction. Russian so within the next couple years they'll be finished in producing on g they will export about ninety million tons of Ellen G which is just over ten billion cubic cubic feet a day of natural gas and that will represent about twenty percent of the worldwide Ellen g market. We are increasing natural gas production in this country <hes> we're actually <hes> the largest natural gas market in the world the North American market and <hes> as a nation we produce about eighty billion cubic feet a day of natural gas so we're you know our exports railway just over ten percent of our total production once <hes> we finished construction on terminals we do expect that natural gas production in this country is gonNA in a grow by another roughly twenty five percent by twenty twenty five so you know in the next five years and that will bring total U._S. production to about one hundred billion cubic today. Almost all of that gas is going to have to get exported and frankly all of that production is actually coming to the market because it is associated with oil production so you mentioned the permian the end base in earlier. The Permian Basin is drilling a lot of oil and natural gas comes out of the well at the same time and handle that gas. We're going to have to increase our export capability so oh we view the need for additional export capacity at just over double the capacity that is producing and under construction today which should make the U._S.. The largest suggest exporter of <unk> in the market at about two hundred million tons or <hes> even approaching thirty day total gas exports words so that'll take us you know some sometime after twenty twenty-five but it's going to be really important in order to sustain the overall energy business I in this country not only for gas but also for oil and oil exports and when we think about okay we'll why is that so important not just for the energy companies right who are making a product and an selling can't but there are very important geo political implications. We're actually changing the entire geopolitical balance of energy on a worldwide basis because we are now on an exporters of oil and natural gas from from this country so we have the ability to support our allies have energy security for ourselves and for other parts of the world and really early <hes> bringing a balancing actor and greater freedom to worldwide economic growth and then the second major non industry imperative is bringing frankly clean air to some of the most polluted cities in the world so natural gas fired power generation and use in transport sector has zero particularly so the the polluted air that we'd see <hes> can be essentially cleaned by changing from from oil and coal to natural gas consumption so at Taurean where <hes> I would say really impassioned by that larger mission right eight to to bring clean air to most polluted cities and to support the overall global initiative for decarbonisation where where's the gas going. who were the big demand centers seventy five percent of the L._N._G.? Is Consumed in Asia today and about twenty percent in Europe and harassed in South America and the Middle East we do see the Middle East increasing increasing as a consuming center and of course predominantly expect Asia to to still be roughly three quarters of the market with all of this concern around trade wars for what are your thoughts on just what's happening between the United States in China and some of the threats that have been aired around increasing tariffs on Ellen Orlandi imports from the United States to a country like China China is so interesting because we expect them to be about a hundred million ton market so <hes> China itself so will be about twenty percent of the Total Ellen g market sometime after twenty twenty five today the largest consumer of allergy as a single country is Japan and they consume about out seventy five or eighty million tons and China will be larger than than that at at roughly a hundred million tons and of course you know potentially growing from there as <hes> natural gas continues to support Chinese Chinese economic growth so this will occur because of indigenous things happening in China as they try to reduce pollution reduce carbon change from coal-fired power to gas firepower support their own energy growth with natural gas and China Today only has gas as about six percent of their total energy consumption whereas you compare that to U._S.. or CD Europe at about thirty percents natural gas as from the total energy mix so these kind of market factors in in China will be there her no matter what the particular trade policy is between China in the U._S.. <hes> so we're overall support of the G. Business that's very strong. We have seen curtailment of natural gas going to China's since sense. Some of the tariff discussions began <hes> and we anticipate that the market will ris optimize around China. Maybe <hes> actually sub optimize <hes> and and supply will go to China from other places in U._S.. Gas will go to non-chinese markets until the two governments <hes> come to an amicable solution may be within that context. It's good to talk about just the cost competitiveness of U._S.. Ellen G so so could you just help listeners understand how how much does it cost to buy the natural gas than liquefy it then transported and then how does that compared to call it two or three closest competitors. Yeah that's a great question <hes> the cost to produce gas in this country today in many bases now less than a dollar occur <hes> we know that we can produce gas from our own fields in north Louisiana for roughly a dollar fifty m beach you <hes> so we take you know that gas is cost and then it costs about <hes> a dollar to operate pipelines and the export terminal so just run operating costs about another dollar <hes> an-and and it's about while depends on shipping rates on kind of a long term return on Capitol for ships it costs about a dollar seventy five to get to Asia shipping rates are much lower today so knowing costs about a dollar to get to Asia today so just from kind of a variable cost standpoint gas from the U._S. can be in Asia for or a cost of three dollars an M. B._t._U.. Before you're considering cost of capital that's actually very competitive compared to any other producing area of the world <hes> even traditionally the Qatar as are seen as one of the lowest cost basins <hes> and finally with Permian gas coming on an associated basis the you ask him compete with with any other producing area so that's actually been very exciting development for the market that U._S...

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"g. market" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"g. market" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Forty plus year relationship. Okay. Will you come to the bond market this year? Will you issue? Some paper yourself this year. In the bond market, not in the capital markets will finish the financing with the banks. And so that will provide a committed capital basically line of credit, which we will refinance in the bond market, but probably will start in two thousand twenty give me your perspective. Whether we do whether whether your country does a deal with China and not we're waiting with baited breath. But to what extent has abandoned the equillibrium in terms of your discussion with any potential Chinese investors has it? No, no now, where we'll have a really nice portfolio of partners from across the world, as you know, seventy five percent of the Ellen g market is in Asia Asia is a very important market for us for Ellen g. And for partners. And and there's no like destabilization among the Asians. Your sense of written down here. The trade reality reverberations, Australia, Allen, g they delayed the Gulf Coast investment. What is the reality of trade discussions? The bumpy ride that were under for us the CEO business. Yeah. It's really important actually, and the trade discussions on the government level are larger than energy energy as an important component. And certainly we are all supportive and waiting for some things to be decided between the US government and the Chinese government. China should become one hundred million ton Ellen g market about forty forty five million tonnes today, so the growth potential in that market is really important the Chinese need LNG, and the US has a lot of natural gas. So there should be some natural synergies there. What's most difficult part of doing business with China? For you. I think is it culture is it practice. What what is what what what's the tough part probably the current state of.

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