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Disney Makes Changes to Create More Inclusion at Parks

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

01:42 min | Last week

Disney Makes Changes to Create More Inclusion at Parks

"Josh is changing the rules about decorum at the park. As far as his employees are concerned disney workers will allow will be allowed to have more gender inclusive hairstyles jewelry nurse nail styles and costume choices. All right with that means. Is that a net canal dress up like cubby and vice versa. Okay and cast members will also be allowed to show appropriate tattoos so donald duck will be able to have on his beak bound for hell or whatever donald wants to have. Ducks are great. So tattoos and gender fluid costumes are now allowed. Disneyworld and disneyland by by tradition by by nice atmosphere traditional atmosphere for a little kids. Let's get those tattoos flowing so this nut demaro and not is my opinion. Okay just my opinion. Not maybe i should rephrase. I think i should this guy damara. He says quote inclusion is essential to our culture whole so profound and leads us forward as we continue to realize are rich legacy of engaging storytelling exceptional service and disney magic.

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"gas prices" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

08:09 min | Last week

"gas prices" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

"To the no spin news for wednesday april fourteenth thousand. Twenty-one stand up for your country so what did president biden today. what was he up to. Let's take a look to things usually has one or two to fifteen president delivered remarks on the way forward in afghanistan. Us troops will be out of there on the twentieth anniversary of nine. Eleven september eleventh. Then a three o. Five president visited section sixty of arlington national cemetery. That is where service members who died in recent conflicts including afghanistan are buried. That was it a another not so intense. Dave were president biden. It i guess. He's pacing himself waiting for vice president harris to go to the border. Maybe she's going to go now. She says she might. We don't a went and then when she does he'll have to report back to president by and so he's probably pacing himself to rest up for that all right. So how about you. How you doing with your. We went over personal finance yesterday. I hope you enjoy that segment. Hope you did you some good. Don't waste money you're gonna need it. Gas prices on the rise and this is because biden attacking the oil industry so in march gas prices rose nine percent nine percent in one month and i told you this is going to happen yeah. Selene is ninety three cents higher than it was a year ago. Today i ninety three percent and The highest price in the country is san francisco. They deserve it about four dollars a gallon out there so all the taxes and san francisco's high prices in general lowest price in the nation baton rouge louisiana the capital city of the bayou state. Okay now let's go to another part of your wallet grocery prices. I didn't know this. And i'm usually on it. I knew that energy prices. And where do you see your air conditioning. Bill you guys in south in arizona. Where do you see it all right. It's going to be crazy so grocery prices are up two percent primarily fruits and vegetables. Meat fish eggs risen by a half percent. Or why is this happening. Why is grocery prices going well. It's associated with gas because the trucks that deliver the groceries have to pay more for gas so therefore the delivery prices go up and your grocery prices go up. It's all linked. Okay so this is going to get a lot worse. Because when a president biden submits his astronomical tax rise on corporations and the affluent and i say astronomical because if the corporate tax rate in america goes back to twenty nine percent or twenty eight percent it will be one of the highest in the world in a developing world. So it's not like me. I'm not saying this is. This is the way it is so once that happens in every industry is going to raise prices because they're not gonna take a seven eight percent haircut gonna pass the costs a lot you now. You don't have to buy and right now. A good time to buy a bunch of stuff because the interest rates are so low but keep that in mind it's coming and your salaries not going up been fact. People are starting to get laid off after the pandemic surge said the pandemic surge is going to happen between now and november where people will be out. They'll send him more money. Venues will be open. They -cations will start up again. All that come november if this price if this tax rise kicks in and you're going to start to see it ab after christmas Now once companies are tax more they cut back on hiring and so salaries are going to go down remember one of the hallmarks of the trump economy was that the median salary range for everybody rose and you know when you hear the progressive so the trump economy just benefit the rich. That's a lie. Benefited working americans. Most the stock market was good. So that's would help the rich. Okay so just recapping. You gotta watch your money because the vitamin stations. It's going to take much from you. No matter how much you earn is it can. It's got five trillion in new spending on a board. We got twenty seven trillion in debt. Now so the socialism is in full swing. The government does everything provides everything. And then you give the government most of what you have that is what the progressives want and joe biden's going along with so let's go to minnesota so the police officer who shot a twenty year old dante She is now going to be charged. Her name is kim potter. Twenty-six years on the force. She's going to be charged with second degree manslaughter. Okay so what is that. Basically a person's culpable negligence violates another person by creating an unreasonable risk and consciously takes chances of causing death or great bodily harm to the other purse so she'll be charged with second degree manslaughter and if convicted get ten years in prison so another very intense case. The state of minnesota will bring it. There's no doubt in my mind because it is a progressive state. They're going to bring it so this woman who made a mistake. She panicked now. That i have looked and looked and looked. I see panicked there. She panicked twenty six years on a force and shot the kid and that should never have happened now. Fox news is reporting. That antiga has shown up in brooklyn minnesota. I don't know whether that's true. That's what they're reporting. I'm not surprised because Wants to country to be torn down wants to burn country for wants. S- keep that in mind because we have another segment coming up so last night. The police arrested sixty people for rioting and other fences all in brooklyn minnesota crowd size eight hundred to a thousand people all right now. The curfew is seven pm to six. They violated the curfew. They didn't do a lot of damage because the national guard is out and they of keeping them away from but they did some okay so sixty arrested and teeth in the crowd. And this is ongoing. Hasn't gotten out of control because of the national guard. Now dante right. The young man who was killed by officer potter. His story has not been told by the corporate media which is corrupt. As you know now. I am not justifying anything. I'm not trying this case on television. I'm not indicting the police officer or condemning dante right. I am telling you what is in play. In this case the reason the police wanted to cuff many right and tried to do that is that he had an outstanding warrant. That means he did not up.

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U.S. Consumer Confidence Surges to One-Year High

Marketplace Minute

00:16 sec | 3 weeks ago

U.S. Consumer Confidence Surges to One-Year High

"A measure of consumer confidence hit its highest level in a year. The conference board which puts out the measure says more people are planning on making big ticket purchases including homes and otto's on the other hand. The report found that people are concerned about rising gas. Prices

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Why gas prices are inching back up

Rush Limbaugh

00:35 sec | 3 weeks ago

Why gas prices are inching back up

"Also this morning we had an interesting segment on gas prices going up significantly. We did both seen it. We have seen it when we fill up. On. There were a number of reasons, according to experts. Why are gas prices continue to go up? By the way? They are expected to go up even more, and one of the reasons was this. The supply was cut back when the pandemic it because, of course, demand was down. Well, now supplies still low, but demand is starting to rise. So you do the supply and demand math right there, and I'll tell you what's going on at any one of the experts that we talked to her heard from, I should say. Said that we can expect through the summer months that the prices will continue to

Gas prices make small drop after multi-month climb

Garden Sense

00:29 sec | 3 weeks ago

Gas prices make small drop after multi-month climb

"Weeks of seeing the price of the pump go up there now starting to head back down a bit. The average price across the D C metro area right now to 85 for a gallon of regular. That's a penny less than the national average in the district, though it's still over three bucks, according to the Triple A. The D C Metro area was the second most profitable in the nation this week. When it comes to selling and supplying gas topped on Lee by Santa Rosa, California Maria leave fun double drama Ellen double drama

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It 'Might Take Weeks' To Free Ship Stuck In Suez Canal

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | Last month

It 'Might Take Weeks' To Free Ship Stuck In Suez Canal

"Company announced it may take weeks to free a massive container ship blocking one of the world's busiest shipping channels that could make gas prices go up energy analyst Phil Flynn Sunday, We would probably add 2 to 5 cents a gallon a week for the For the time that it's found there is hopeful economic news. Last week's jobless came claims drop

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444 Guns Turned In During Los Angeles PD Anonymous Gun Buyback Program

Ben Shapiro

00:37 sec | Last month

444 Guns Turned In During Los Angeles PD Anonymous Gun Buyback Program

"Program in L. A is said to be a success. LAPD officials say the department collected a total of 444 guns and two anonymous gun buyback events. Over the weekend. People receive gift cards worth up to 100 bucks for handguns, shotguns and rifles and were given up to $200 for assault weapons. Value was determined based on the guns condition. The LAPD says this works and getting guns off the streets and is hoping to get more amid a rise in homicides and other gun violence during the pandemic. Jim Rope. KBC News. Some critics argue gun buybacks do not reduce violence. Gas prices

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"gas prices" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

Clark Howard Show

03:19 min | Last month

"gas prices" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

"It's been ugly lately and in particular. I paid attention because poorly timed. I made a prediction a couple of months ago. That gas prices at least in the immediate future. We're going down. And they did the opposite and as many of us have experienced around the country gas prices have continued to escalate and there are three factors at work right now. That are pinching your wallet. I we're driving more. I saw federal driving data recently. Because well i guess they have nothing to do in my life that i looked at how it it bottomed out april of last year driving stayed substantially depressed and then as soon as the vaccines were announced the amount that people were travelling the trips. They were taking all that steadily increased so demand for gasoline has risen. Second we have been a massive energy producer of in the united states from the canadian border to the mexican border in this swath from north dakota to texas and a lot of exploration and drilling and production all ground to a halt. When if you remember during the pandemic there was a brief period. People were having to pay people to take oil from them because the world was so awash in it. So people shut down their production and exploration. This didn't just happen in the united states had happened elsewhere. And then you throw in that o pack plus the evil putin russians are manipulating supplies. Right now in the world to try to push prices up so we've got these three factors all affecting your my wallet. The good news is that as the price of oil has risen per barrel quite a bit up. Fifty percent the oil producers in the united states are out an active again and the amount of activity going on is rising weekly. We are going to generate significantly more oil every week. It's already started and we will continue to do so so our ability to depend on ourselves for the lion's share of energy we need in until the pandemic being a net energy exporter instead of importer that that sleeping giant is waking backup. So we're going to feel pain at the pump for a number of months and then by sometime in the summer historically july fourth is the point at which prices top and start coming back down and this year may actually matchup with historical and said the pain. You can measure months rather than a likely long-term higher pricing trend.

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Gas prices escalate, what to expect in the coming months

Clark Howard Show

03:19 min | Last month

Gas prices escalate, what to expect in the coming months

"It's been ugly lately and in particular. I paid attention because poorly timed. I made a prediction a couple of months ago. That gas prices at least in the immediate future. We're going down. And they did the opposite and as many of us have experienced around the country gas prices have continued to escalate and there are three factors at work right now. That are pinching your wallet. I we're driving more. I saw federal driving data recently. Because well i guess they have nothing to do in my life that i looked at how it it bottomed out april of last year driving stayed substantially depressed and then as soon as the vaccines were announced the amount that people were travelling the trips. They were taking all that steadily increased so demand for gasoline has risen. Second we have been a massive energy producer of in the united states from the canadian border to the mexican border in this swath from north dakota to texas and a lot of exploration and drilling and production all ground to a halt. When if you remember during the pandemic there was a brief period. People were having to pay people to take oil from them because the world was so awash in it. So people shut down their production and exploration. This didn't just happen in the united states had happened elsewhere. And then you throw in that o pack plus the evil putin russians are manipulating supplies. Right now in the world to try to push prices up so we've got these three factors all affecting your my wallet. The good news is that as the price of oil has risen per barrel quite a bit up. Fifty percent the oil producers in the united states are out an active again and the amount of activity going on is rising weekly. We are going to generate significantly more oil every week. It's already started and we will continue to do so so our ability to depend on ourselves for the lion's share of energy we need in until the pandemic being a net energy exporter instead of importer that that sleeping giant is waking backup. So we're going to feel pain at the pump for a number of months and then by sometime in the summer historically july fourth is the point at which prices top and start coming back down and this year may actually matchup with historical and said the pain. You can measure months rather than a likely long-term higher pricing trend.

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NFL quarterback Deshaun Watson accused of sexual assault

Michael Berry

00:16 sec | Last month

NFL quarterback Deshaun Watson accused of sexual assault

"Women accusing Houston Texans quarterback to Shawn Watson of sexual assault. Tony Busby posted on Instagram that his law firm has already filed three cases and will file six others soon. Watson denies all the allegations In Texas gas prices Still

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Texas Gas Prices Reach Nearly 2-Year High, While Houston's Average Rises By 9 Cents A Gallon

Rush Limbaugh

00:24 sec | Last month

Texas Gas Prices Reach Nearly 2-Year High, While Houston's Average Rises By 9 Cents A Gallon

"Pump continues to go up. In fact, gas prices in Texas, now back to a nearly two year high, Triple A Texas says the cost of a regular Unleaded gallon is now 2 50 to a gala nets, up nine cents from last week and 48 cents more than this time last year. Overall, the national average is 2 83 per gallon. Houston's average also rose this week by nine cents a gallon.

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Gas prices soaring and could go even higher by spring

Todd and Don

00:43 sec | Last month

Gas prices soaring and could go even higher by spring

"Prices are on the rise big time in the United States and have already climbed an average of 31 cents a gallon just in the past month, according to Triple A Now What's more, is the expense of the it's expected to continue increasing, according to Triple A spokesperson, Tiffany Right. Here's a quote I wouldn't be surprised at prices. Went up another 5 10, maybe 15 cents in the coming days. Yeah, The average price for a gallon of gas across America is to 77 compared to 2 37 just before the pandemic began. Right, blames the increasing prices on rising crude oil cost a diminished supply of oil during last month's winter storm and an increase in demand. You

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Gas prices per gallon increase to $2.63 in Broward and $2.62 in Miami-Dade

Sean Hannity

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Gas prices per gallon increase to $2.63 in Broward and $2.62 in Miami-Dade

"Soon pay three bucks for regular Yes is going for 2 61. On average in Florida. It's 2, 63 and Broward into 62 in Miami date. The Triple A's Mark Jenkins says. You can blame the increase on refinery outages after the Texas freeze 15 cents from a week ago, 20 cents more than this time last year. So far this year, we've seen gas prices increased about 41 son, he says. Prices won't go down any time soon. More people are driving now that there's a covert 19 vaccine and refineries are beginning to switch from The winter to summer Blend, which is more expensive. Wendi Grossman,

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Seattle gas prices rise 7 cents per gallon

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:21 sec | 2 months ago

Seattle gas prices rise 7 cents per gallon

"Most Holly Menino, you've probably noticed gas prices are climbing here in Seattle gas Buddy dot com. Reports that gas prices in Seattle have risen more than seven cents a gallon in the past week. Today's average is $3 in 13 cents for a gallon of regular here that's up 16 cents from a month ago. It's nearly 14 cents a gallon lower than a

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Texas prices for lodging, necessities skyrocket amid storm

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Texas prices for lodging, necessities skyrocket amid storm

"Hundreds of people have filed complaints in Texas about price gouging including hotel rooms being offered for a thousand dollars a night so many in Texas seven Jordan usual freezing conditions with power outages and water disruptions as well and they'll summer complaining about getting gouged by unscrupulous business people some gas stations of up their prices and bottled water is being sold at triple the normal rate thirty three year old to Sean Walker says he was quoted four hundred seventy four dollars for an extended stay unit in a Dallas suburb he was just trying to get warm and asked why would they up the rates in the middle of a crisis when people should be helping each other miseries governors called for an investigation in his state of a sudden increase in natural gas prices hi Jackie Quinn

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Experts: Gulf freeze may boost gas prices, but only briefly

Buck Sexton

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Experts: Gulf freeze may boost gas prices, but only briefly

"Not expected to impact fuel prices for long that monster winter storm that struck Texas and force him. Gulf Coast refineries too close temporarily may cause pain at the pump, but not for long. Petroleum industry. Analysts say shutting down refineries could cause gas prices to spike by 10 to 20 cents a gallon. Assuming those refineries reopen soon, there shouldn't be any long term increases and gas prices. Correspondent Ken Norman reporting. More on these

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Energy prices jump as millions left without power in Texas

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:26 sec | 2 months ago

Energy prices jump as millions left without power in Texas

"Where records are falling is millions are without power due to a freak winter storm. Our officials have imposed rolling blackouts across Texas as demand for energy surges the strain on the power greatest threatening the entire region at least 14 states from the same grid from Texas to North Dakota. Power officials are warning of possible blackouts in those states. The biggest oil refineries in the country also shut down to conserve power. Experts say Rising gas prices are likely to follow that is a B C's

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Texas Gas Price Average Jumps Again To Highest Price

Joe Pags

00:13 sec | 2 months ago

Texas Gas Price Average Jumps Again To Highest Price

"Prices are rising again in Texas Triple A Texas reporting, drivers are paying an average 2 24 a gallon of regular unleaded It's also 12 cents more than this time last year of the race prices air due to higher crude oil prices.

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Dallas Gas Price Up To $2.18 As Average Statewide Price Is Up On Last Year

Chris Krok

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Dallas Gas Price Up To $2.18 As Average Statewide Price Is Up On Last Year

"Culina's After nearly a year average statewide gas prices have gone up over this time last year, 18 Year over year levels climb now Texas Bank three cents more than we were a year ago, the average statewide to 16 in Dallas Fort Worth, We saw the price shoot up about a nickel on the week 2 to 18. Daniel are Brewster with Triple A says that of the major metropolitan areas surveyed in Texas driver's in Abilene are paying the most at about 2 36 wild drivers in the Sherman Dennison area are paying the least at

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Consumer prices up 0.4% in December, biggest jump in 4 months, led by sharp rise in gasoline prices

AP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Consumer prices up 0.4% in December, biggest jump in 4 months, led by sharp rise in gasoline prices

"Consumer prices posted their biggest increase in four months. The Labor Department says consumer prices were up 4/10 of 1% in December. The increase was mainly due to a nearly 8.5% hike in gasoline prices. However, gas prices here still 15% lower than they were a year ago when people were still commuting to work. For all of 2020 inflation rose a modest 1.4% below the Federal Reserve's target of 2%. Analysts believe inflation will remain low, with the U. S Academy still in a downturn from the Corona virus

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"gas prices" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"gas prices" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"Since I was first on the radio is a kid just before Memorial Day in that bicentennial year nineteen seventy six. I've been part of a broadcasting trope. You do the gas prices just before the big holiday driving weekend. According to the Automobile Club Aaa a gallon of unleaded is just a dollar ninety gallon but we have a pandemic and it's a stretch to call this a big driving weekend. Here's marketplace's Justin Ho AAA usually issues. A Memorial Day travel forecast around this time but this year. The company said Cove nineteen undermined the data uses to even make that prediction Janette Casa. Lana is a triple a spokesperson. It's not necessarily reliable right like there's not much going. On with the economy right now to give us good indicators of what we could expect for travel and the holiday weekend. 'cause along those says people still travel but overall travel could fall to a record low for the weekend and that's despite cheaper gas prices because a lot says hey look on the bright side where nearly a dollar cheaper than a year ago and we're not gonNA jump back up to the typical summer numbers anytime soon. Traffic has started picking up though Patrick Dehaan at the Price Tracking Company. Gas Buddy says that means demand for gas is rising to still down twenty percent from where it was prior to coronavirus but the rebound has caused gas prices to rebound as well. He says those prices will likely keep climbing through Labor Day. I'm just in Ho for marketplace in video. Which does very high speed graphics cards for. Computer Gaming reported a big jump in profits and sales for January to March quarter and revenue is up thirty nine percent from a year earlier. This was in part. The company said because people are at home playing computer games a lot. It seems upgrading their equipment data from the market research firm. Npd group does show spending on video games reached a record high in that quarter and popular game consoles like the Nintendo switch a lot of the old arcade classics like Pacman which turns forty today. Here's marketplace's Kristen Schwab. The year was nineteen eighty when cool kids with a few quarters hung out at the arcade alloys on was in high school and not in the video games. They were all about shooting aliens but then a new game called. Pacman caught her eye. There was this little island of color and cuteness. So yeah I gravitated straight to it. The Fun concept the bold design and the music it was this sort of happy little tune and there was this little moon yellow thing. That was chomping away at it. This little circle thing walk walk today. Always on teaches interactive media at the Rochester Institute of Technology and IT turns out she was Pacmans. Target audience a non Gamer and girl. Dennis Lee is the director of brand marketing at Japanese video. Game Company Band Namco the maker of Pacman. He says the game's Creator Toro. You Itani wanted it to be relatable. Eating is just very ten of universal of human characteristic. Even pacmans shape comes from food. He was inspired loosely by a Pizza. A SLICE MISSING. The game was an eighty s hit. Abc made a Pacman TV show. General Mills made pacmans cereal and the song. Pacman fever took ninth place on billboard's hot one hundred chart in nineteen eighty.

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"gas prices" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"gas prices" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"Gas prices are low. But will you use any this weekend? I'm David Brancaccio. Good morning first. The Hong Kong stock market took a dive. Today after China's leaders signalled moves to tighten Beijing's control over the territory. Us Secretary of State. Mike Pompeo today called this the quote death knell for Hong Kong's autonomy the key stock index. There the hang sang fell five. Point six percent marketplace's China correspondent Jennifer Pack. The Chinese Communist Party had introduced a draft law proposing to prevent and punish succession subversion and foreign infiltration which includes of course accusations that the US was involved. So now there's a lot of concern of what this will mean for the financial center because Hong Kong has played a very unique role because it has a free press it has an independent court system from mainland China. This is why it has been a select place for American companies and other international firms. So now the question of course is this law. Make it harder for them to operate in Hong Kong. And will they want to get out entirely or marketplace's Jennifer pack in Shanghai in another development today with Chinese Premier Li Ka Chung addressing. His country's Rubber Stamp Parliament. China will no longer set a target for economic growth across that country political leaders of typically done everything in their power to meet this target now with rebuilding given the pandemic. There's a focus on jobs on Fridays. We consult Christopher Lowe the chief economist at fhm financial in New York. Is Chris. Good Morning David? Normally China says here is the target for economic growth in this country. And you better hit it. We now know that there will be no target. Now I suppose given the pandemic. What do you make of that? Well we were all joking. This morning. It's going to be very difficult for the statistics office to Report GDP at the end of this year. 'cause they don't know what the number supposed to be in advance this time but I I think on a more serious note. It's clear party. Leaders in China have decided they are going to target Job Preservation first and foremost. And they're not going to worry about the growth rate and honestly given The global economic environment. That's probably wise now the big story of the week. We got the minutes of the Federal Reserve's last policy meeting. I looked at it. You looked at it on the surface of it. It was dry reading but you looked under the hood there and lift a little scary I it in fact so dry that had finished reading once wrote them up and it wasn't until sort of tightening and editing and realizing what the underlying message was the comes clear the the feathers a lot more pessimistic than just about everybody else and I think the big things that jumped out at me are They are expecting significant bankruptcies. They are worried about bank failures. They have instructed bank examiners to focus on capital preservation basically. They are preparing for a significant lasting years long negative economic event so not a v-shaped recovery. Second half of twenty twenty is what you're saying to me that that's exactly what I'm saying and the thing is to David. That's they're optimistic forecast they also have an Donald Tournament forecast where there's a significant second wave of infections and lockdowns and under that scenario Well that's when things get really ugly all right different scenarios Christopher Lowe Chief Economist. Fhm financial thank you so much. Thank you David. Checking markets stock markets mixed. The Dow is down seventy seven points. Three tenths percent the S. and P. Five hundred is down two tenths percent. The Nasdaq composite is up seven points. That's not that much. The ten year Treasury yield benchmark for interest rates is down zero point six six percent a pretty low crude oil is down more than three percent below thirty three dollars share.

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"gas prices" Discussed on the NewsWorthy

the NewsWorthy

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"gas prices" Discussed on the NewsWorthy

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"gas prices" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

Clark Howard Show

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"gas prices" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

"They're just not and so that's Toya always talked about using chromebooks for doing bill pay and various financial things but in the circumstance you brought it up and someone else brought up there. Is this need to be able to use a windows. PC for financial. And how do you protect that. I'll make sure sure we address. That is best we can Wayne is with us on the car. Coward Show Hello Wayne car here today. Great thank you Wayne. You have a question that is a great one to have you have no mortgage on your home. Is that right. That is correct. So do you know the home that puts you into a category of I think roughly thirty percent of people now own their homes free and clear that I would have guessed. It's still a great club to be a member of so my my my question is about home Title Insurance is it. Is it more important. Now that I don't have a lender might be looking over his own interests but I would be included in that interest. Well Yeah so when you take out a mortgage. The lender requires wires that you buy a lenders title policy which protects them and their financial interests in your home in the event. There's later a successful challenge. Did the title to your ownership of the property. And that's why. I recommend that people buy something known as simultaneous issue. Where you you have at the time you're forced to buy the policy because you pay the premium to protect the lender the piggyback on that with an owner's there's title policy?.

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"gas prices" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"gas prices" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"The ratio of talk hype for the next generation of wireless technology it's fifth generation so five G. has been basically even right lots of talk lots of hype because the promises being bill around this thing are not small and if you haven't been paying attention you might want to start because one of the world's biggest chip makers which by the way makes the semiconductors inside every iphone goes by the name of TSMC and Taiwan and it says semi-conductor orders for five G. phones and five G. networks are booming and that sales are going to take off next year marketplace's Scott Tong looks into what that might look like super fast five G. Networks will I arrive in big cities in Asia Western Europe the US early experiences will likely be on phones early adopters will by five G. smartphones download movies say two or three or five times faster and get better Gaming Says Abi Green at exponential so when you tap the screen to shoot you won't be killed by someone else because their connection Ms better non phone uses a five G. will probably wait will we see cars talking to other cars may not happen next year I may not have tried to lure customers with special five G. experiences say you go to a football game you could get an augmented reality view of the game so you have every player movement tracked from the previous place you can try to get it instantaneous detailed replay what just happened on that big touchdown by the end of next year he thinks twenty two percents phone sales will be five G. phones but all that optimism assume some five G. killer APP we all want if it doesn't come consumers might not pony up for five G. phones and service says Linley Gwen up at the Linley group if you're paying more for the phone and then an extra ten dollars a month for five g service does this really work did he says the five G. Industries approach is to build it and hope consumers come on Scott Tong for marketplace.

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"gas prices" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"gas prices" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"Only game in town personally I'd like to see some business investment capex spending infrastructure spending help the consumer out near the short answer is we don't want the consumer beating the only game right all right so so d turned you in the in the minute and we have half we have left you get half of that kneeling gets the other half we have been talking a lot around here about what to do about we've been talking a lot about IPO's this year mostly the ones that haven't gone so well uber or that got postponed we work here's another one Saudi Aramco the state run oil giant over there said to be sliding its initial offering which has been valued at as much as two trillion with a t dollars despite that delay the company is still planning it's as issuing a prospectus details of what's going on under the financial hood if you will perspectives like that is pretty important for any IPO but I date run company of this size would be investors are going to be paying extra close attention as marketplace adjusted reports despite the fact that Saudi Aramco is the world's biggest energy company any John's flaky innocuous at the Gulf Research Center in Riyadh says people don't know much about how the company works this is a company that for many many decades was closed sacred blackbox very few people were preview to that's why investors will be paying close attention to Aramco's Prospectus J. Ritter at the University of Florida says the perspectives just shed light on the company's profitability and long term risks it's designed to include information that investors want to know ooh in deciding how much to pay Saudi Aramco has been opening the hood a little it had its first earnings call in August it also revealed how much it pays to extract oil walking innocuous says investors also want the perspectives to address how last month's attack on Rambo's oil facilities affected production that has to be very clear because investors you want to know that the company's solid and they're able to maintain production after the attacks Sake innocuous says delaying the IPO will give Aramco more time to address the attacks in the Prospectus I'm just in Ho for marketplace speaking of that Saudi Aramco IPO as we were and its main end product gasoline of course be hard pressed to find a single thing that consumers keep a closer eye on than its price side normally about twenty five twenty six dollars and it was twin nine thirty for over four dollars a gallon usually paying about three fifty three seventy five something like that I figure I figure typical listen here in downtown Los Angeles the setup for today's installment of our series kikes planes hey hey hi Chi you recently ask what's going along with this economy so how do these two concepts work together today how exactly does the price of a barrel of oil train late into what we pay at the pump the benchmark American crude is called West Texas Intermediate Wti for short we the United States that is pump about twelve million barrels of oil a day price-wise crew accounts for fifty three percent of the cost of gasoline so says the Department of Energy and we need a lot of oil that is the added states both exports crude oil and imports crude oil. That's Amy Myers Jaffey she's a senior fellow for energy and the Environment Council on Foreign Relations in addition to the twelve million barrels a day we produce we also import about seven million barrels a day Canada for most of it Saudi Arabia Mexico Venezuela for most of the rest so if is a shortage in one of those places because there was a military event or some other kind of disruption last month in Saudi Arabia the price of oil in the United states also goes up because oil is a globally traded commodity when the attack occurred we saw immediate jump up in pricing. That's Tom saying he's the director of the School of Energy Economics at the University of Tulsa he's talking here about pricing on the New York Mercantile Exchange these the buyers and sellers of the future sure delivery of of things like gasoline and heating oil futures contracts that is including that US benchmark West Texas Intermediate People were just you know buying he's contracts up out of fear we saw six to eight dollars per barrel increase in the price immediately because oil futures contracts are practically the Phoenician of volatility it's referred to as rockets and feathers Mason Hamilton there he's a senior petroleum markets analyst at the Energy Information Administration Rockets being when the price of oil goes up the price of gasoline shoots up like a rocket and when the price of oil comes down the price of gasoline lean comes down like a feather because as a gas station owner you're not thinking about what you have in your tank already you're thinking about your next tank so back to the pricing after buying the crude which remember is about fifty three percent of the total cost it's got to be refined that's another twelve percent and then depending on a couple of different things like emissions regulations the local weather actually point of fact there are different regional gas formulas and prices to think of it like a cocktail so in New York you have Manhattan's gas from the refinery to the gas station about seventeen percent of the total using pipelines tankers and tanker trucks you add in federal state and local gas taxes about eighteen percent of the total and there you go the parts making up the whole of the cost of a gallon of gas which this week says the US Department of Energy is two dollars I'm at Kai Ryssdal K. I. R. Y. S. D. A. L. They make me spell it out for you.

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"gas prices" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"gas prices" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"We'll been K. Hill at energy intelligence says it'll be a challenge for Aramco to answer some of the bigger questions investors have what investors really need to know about Saudi Aramco's the relationship Trivia company in the State Kahlil says Aramco's so big it basically is the Saudi Arabian economy and after the IPO the government will still own most of the company Johnson and in Miami you have rum and cokes and New Orleans you have Cesar ax in different parts of the country you're gasoline formula will also vary just like that then there's what it costs to get the sixty three cents a gallon regular unleaded there was favorite let us know what you are curious about in this economy what you want explained you can do that at marketplace dot org or you can tweet at me.

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"gas prices" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"gas prices" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"In Los Angeles I'm Kai Ryssdal it is Friday today the eighteenth of October good as always to have you along so much to talk about at the end of the week so little time so I mean we dig Neil Richardson is Edward Jones said he brady is at politico everybody hey so let me start with you with this observation we are now a week plus or minus since the president announced he had made what is being called a phase one trade deal with China still much to be papered over as the President says or papered I guess not being over does it does it feel any different out there it feels like we're back in April like the summer happen we are at a phase one stage I called her to call the mini deal delight but however you call it basically the hard stuff is been avoided in the steel we're back with China buying some agricultural goods but the hard the big ticket items are still needing to be negotiated like the moving those tariffs that's a deal breaker firm China as we know there's still a growing list of blacklisted companies from China who cannot you business with US firms and for the US it's really about Ip protection and making sure that the US companies can compete and try on an even playing field you know this is not going to be a deal that gets comprehensively negotiated in a matter of weeks I think we have a long term ahead in terms of trade talks a deep do you suppose that the difficult things get dealt with in a timely manner or does the president as he seems to have done declare victory into the field the President Needs Declare Victory and he knows he needs to do something to be able to declare victory he needs to be able to go to all these rallies saying I fought in an gotta deal the rhetoric matters more a year before the election than the reality but the reality is not good things that have changed in the last few months were flat rushing yellow lights turning into flashing red lights on manufacturing these are like alarming figures the the soft data that sentiment surveys that we've seen from factory sector executives were already weakening of the last month or so and now in just the last week we've seen the hard data the actual figures on manufacturing go into a downturn into negative territory for the first time in three years this is not good for president who has who's banked at all on rescuing the factory sector also look about those realities and let's give a shutout the Ben White for a for a nice pc didn't politico earlier this week about manufacturing in the recession that it is in in this country but Neela the question then goes to you and it's something we've talked about the last six eight weeks on this segment of the programme on Fridays the American consumer which has been the Lynch pin of this economy for for a very long time now are they now finally maybe out of gas retail sales were down in September what do you think I think they still have some gas in the tank and the reason why is that we're still saying a very strong and healthy labor market those wage growth is decelerating and that's an area of concern were seeing consumer balance sheets keep up pace for Nazi a lot of debt already high savings rate so the consumer is still relatively resilient consumer confidence is starting to to to stagger a little bit but it's still high if you look at historical averages the question going forward though does the consumer keep having to go at it alone do we really want the consumer to be the impeachment coverage and what it's going to do to the economy and whether what we're looking at is in a nutshell more uncertainty as you sit there in Washington how do you see this economy and the next like three to six months depending on what Congress does so right now the hard data as you're saying on on consumers the unemployment rate is is remarkably good that is very solid for you're starting to see sentiment surveys the early indicators weaken and Malays from Washington D. C. award among elected officials we've seen the damage that can cause over time if it's sustained and we're already seeing people get a little gloomier about the economy of course we always watch what they do and not what they say and they're doing things that are pretty are just fine right now but if they're starting to to to go into their shells and worry about a downturn than it's just a little spark that can send it all crumbling down and that's the that's the fear at the moment Neela half a minute to you impeachment and this economy go the economy is growing but it's growing at a slower pace and obviously political conflict in DC dozen help that growth but what you've seen in the last two since we have we don't have a lot of evidence that the economic fundamentals matter more than the political process when it comes to stock returns during the Nixon impeachment process doc stocks declined but the economy was in bad shape during Clinton stocks actually went up because the economy was in good shape we have a slowing but growing ECON emme expect to see stock returns inch forward and the economy keep inching along all right Neil Richardson at Jones City Brady at politico thanks you too thanks yeah have a nice weekend everybody on Wall Street today three words people Boeing and Johnson and Johnson we'll have the details when we do the numbers.

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"gas prices" Discussed on WSJ Your Money Briefing

WSJ Your Money Briefing

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"gas prices" Discussed on WSJ Your Money Briefing

"At the Wall Street Journal in New York gas prices prices jumped by an average of seven cents a gallon following the attacks on Saudi Arabian oil facilities last weekend in a moment will find out from journal markets reporter why prices are rising ising when the US is the world's leader in oil production. I some money and market news you should know as the Federal Reserve has lowered interest rates this year borrowing costs for consumers sooners including mortgage rates have come down as well. The average rate on a thirty year fixed rate mortgage has come down to about three and a half percent then only has that sparked an increase increase in mortgage applications for new homes but mortgage refinancing applications have more than doubled compared to a year ago other cost to borrow have come down also bankrate.com bankrate.com says both the average rate on a five year new car loan and the average rate on a home equity line of credit at both come down in the past two months and Wall Street Street Journal Columnist Joann Lublin examines the most coveted qualities among workers looking for a promotion at the top of the list be able to play Nice recruiters and career career advisers say being highly collaborative can boost your value and can help your reputation. Even if you lose the bump up to somebody else seeking out an internal mentor can be a key. Peter Moving up as well management experts say a mentor can be a sounding board to help an employee manage their emotions but promotion candidate could also inform a mentor if another other candidates steals credit for their accomplishments and in terms of CEO jobs most corporate boards now scrutinized whether CEO Prospects get along with each other and in their peers about three quarters of the heads of s and p five hundred companies who got the top job last year came from within see the full story at wsj.com.

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"gas prices" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

Clark Howard Show

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"gas prices" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

"One scheme the crooks were using or online romance scams these benefactor that i've dealt with on our show for many many years <hes> probably the last fifteen years here's where criminal pretends to be something he or she is not and befriend somebody online builds an online blind romance and for many different reasons can never get together with you the most common m._o. Of this particular particular scam involved people who pretended to be in the u._s. Military serving overseas start up an online relationship ship with someone and then once that individual falls in love with the fake military person they then start hitting yup for money and we in our off air center our team clark center taken calls from people who've been scammed out of hundreds of thousands of dollars hours and in this particular one that the feds busted the amounts were as high as that is well know that no matter how much he may have fallen for somebody online. You can never believe the story that they tell you until you actually face to face with them. In know who you're dealing with and that's just one of the things the feds busted but it's the one that is so troubling how somebody plays your heart and takes advantage.

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"gas prices" Discussed on Today's KCCR

Today's KCCR

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"gas prices" Discussed on Today's KCCR

"The main reason cricket price increase after hurricanes impacted areas of the gulf coast in the petroleum industry prices spiked bush call says overall prices are expected to return to pre hurricane levels yes honestly we do it in fact this is very unusual for this time of year for gas prices at the highest they are kind of been an unusual fall any way with all at the weather he then but we work that the national average gift cranked will decree toward holiday she says the middle of the country as seeing the largest bumps in fuel fuel costs normally are we decree going into the holiday season so we would expect that they would you know we didn't have that bike in gas prices because there's a hurricane some of the refighting raised shut down in and out that kind of dog gas prices fired keren actually we're seeing higher gas prices in the midwest we seen the biggest increase in the midwest so hopefully were you that trend reversed itself and start going down as four prices across south dakota residents in the west are paying up to ten cents a gallon less for fuel all than customers in the east the price per gallon monday in sioux falls was to forty four per gallon compared to two thirty six per gallon in rampage city the weak trend in state taxes is continuing according to south dakota governor dennis dugard july was about right on target and so we're hoping that was a trend of being on target and then uh in august are receipts were six million but more than six million lower than what we're hoping in september we recovered about half of that because september was a little bit of both target so so uh your debate were still behind about three and a half million dugard says taxes are below projections even after the legislature made changes to this year's budget revenue estimates of course were don't adjusted down pretty significantly when the legislature was in town last march so they they weren't expecting a lotta growth and we're not seeing a lot of growth and in fact we're we're seeing pretty weak growth but hopefully hopefully it won't it won't worsen um which is set to live within our means host where it goes the governor says despite the lower trend it is only a small part senator joe overall you know if you consider.

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"gas prices" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"gas prices" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Oh well that would be my cue there okay i got it now now i got it i usually get what you're trying to tell me by the third hour the show but so that means you're on got it okay the rush limbaugh show my name's can matthews open line friday so exciting hearing from people all over the greatest nation on earth on el rushbo show the most listened to show very exciting and really quick before i go back to the phones i wanted to circle back uh to hurricane harvey impacting gas prices it will impact gas prices because you have right now at least eight refineries in texas closed and we do get a percentage of our gas from there so the average price goes up ten percent here maybe twelve percent there 30 percent there whatever it may be are not thirty percent ten cents twelve cents thirty cents whatever i'm looking at the various parts of the region the biggest bump i see is about thirty three cents or whatever now as i said to the caller on the phone if that's your only hit and i know truckers you know how much i love truckers and when the truck stop america's stops we get that and i'm not saying let's go with high gas prices what i was saying to the individual on the phone if you if the only hit you're getting from this horrible hurricane harvey and you're you live outside of tennessee and kentucky louisiana in of course texas if if my only sacrifice is another quarter per gallon for.

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"gas prices" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"gas prices" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The little mermaid which was slated for this fall it would've been abc's first foray into the live musical trend happening and other television networks but they said especially since disney is their parent company they want to give it the attention it deserves i'm longer with a low down on wbz newsradio 1030 we after with lower gas prices this summer that means higher volumes of traffic accidents all afternoon three until it governor baker making the first week of august ties bucket challenge week in massachusetts news watch never stops news radio 1030 wbz news time eight twenty three traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheel drive traffic on the threes with chris culkeen thinker returning to normal levels 495 what they're still a lot of heavy volume northbound leaving rude 85 in milford about halfway up too much main street is where it will open up were you the best turnpike is clear 495 to reward 28 do hang up now right around newton corner tried to make your way toward the work zone for comment on the eastbound side that's eastbound side the westbound traffic is right back onto the year expressway and now edging back that the connector road leading to the williams tunnel northbound on the this way that tied up as you coming up regretted all the way up to columbia road bennett slow again for mass have up to the mass pike southbound is sluggish as well let's get the picture downtown yours christa back at the mapra insurance a chris stuff of the leverett down route that's tangled up and down towards storrow drive soldier thrilled road eastbound a bit better than it has been we could slow approaching get it passed river street l the tobin bridge it bounced backed up on the charleston site that were the senators failed the suffered puddle back to the airport roadway christa the how could offer a insurance copter our next update's at eight thirty three wbz's traffic on the threes lips.

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"gas prices" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"gas prices" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Dumpster in thirty minutes we don't have to hold back telling you that 'bellissimo lenders is coming on now the republican assembly woman from the empire lake elsinore and that region and she put out a press release that she is resigning as the assistant republican leader because of what happened with these republicans voting for raise gas prices in sacramento lewis that thanks for coming on what what is the point of the republican party in california whoa what's what's the point of this very wildly dissolve i know it's supposed to be a perfect attacked pair hector workingclass but a third of weight the appear that everyone on a republican fighter uncontained okay let's head maize come to you to try to get you to vote for this or how did that work no no no this way up until the day of the baruch he was telling everybody there were no republican vote we knew that our you we're gonna try to get going out of her the bill better way than a fertile fan we knew he was working on that but we didn't find out early i didn't find out um i'm gonna guess the other people who voted wicker blue boat referenced had no idea why let me ask you something why is he such a liar he and what's that of the guy's name mark stein a side who are essential kuqa's any out messages to constitu it's claiming that there is no 63 sent egg gas tax increase their their they lied about what they were going to do they lied about what they did are there are they psychotics but what's wrong with them well i mean they're given information i now that whatever control leader in ohio where they put together the report growing commissioner i don't think that they all have their reason for voting for it but they know what lady say were lamour all rant way way way way they were all grandstanding back in april over the twelve saint gas tax we played their clips they're all shaking their faily voted 'no and of course it's a burden on the people and and then and then they pass a bill which is five times worse the tax increase is five times worse than the one they were screaming about april twelve cents to sixty three sets at socraithe chuck.

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"gas prices" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"gas prices" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"And you have a cool thing i you know your gas cost calculator and now finding good cheap gas prices and mapping away to them as you're on your trap correct corner the other things will map out for you is what the gas prices are a stations along occur that way you can claim your stop and make sure you're driving around no way india trying to find a cheaper price you can economize that may trigger likely going to have the lowest prices for your well yeah and just kind of planning accordingly present then you know you make the maximum use i i've you a kind of like a nascar driver you're doing a pitstops come and use the bathrooms you fill up the car you may get a little food or whatever but you could do it all at that particular stop and think it right back on the road absolutely you know we want our members to have enjoyable trip and angered faith trip accountable and we try and give them all the tool to come it would be viewed awful to do that and then when you near bundle in that aaa membership booking hotel rooms and things like that it's abiola extra money a lot of our member color that they're able to pay for the cost of our numbers you just by utilizing those discounts and even woodward cited one culture oprah i'm can often be even more than what the cost of your membership would be a really good bad for anyone goes driving down um you know recreational your order of every day out for leather vacation for two going from work it's really a great cool that if you have in your pocket while can get more information by just go onto tripoli's website aaa wisconsin neck uh we'll see if we top that forty million number of americans it will be travelling fifty miles or.

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