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"gunmakers smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 11 months ago

"gunmakers smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Now on the cape. It is raining in your mouth words 72 degrees there. West of town right now, some clouds in Springfield 73. Bit of rain moving into Gloucester at 65 right now in Boston at 3 26. It is overcast and it's 67. Time for New England business GUNMAKER Smith and Wesson Still finding a court battle in California after a judge rules, the Massachusetts company has to answer to accusations that it knew its A AR 15 style rifle could be modified into an assault weapon. This case stemming from a deadly shooting back in San Diego at a synagogue there since the Superior Court judge ruled the changes to the weapon and the company's knowledge of it would violate state laws. Trump's a federal law that would have allowed Smith and Wesson to get off the hook. Hunger around the world is on the rise, according to the U. N. Here's CBS is Pamela Fall, There has been a dramatic worsening of the hunger crisis facing the planet. World Food Programme executive director David Beasley. If this is not a wake up call, I don't know what is food shortages, Covid 19 climate change and conflict have left about 10% of the world's entire population, wondering where they will find their next meal. Pamela Fox, CBS News and the 3 27. Let's go to Michigan for the story now over the weekend, bystanders rushing in to help stabilize a carnival ride as it started to rock and shake with people on board. This is one of those rides that goes back and forth like a pendulum. And apparently with each and every swing, the base started to come out of the ground. The incident happening on the magic carpet right at the annual National Cherry Festival in Traverse City Festival goers rushing to the attraction, trying to hold it steady. It was the point where the Base of it was like leaning way back, and I was like.

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"gunmakers smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:14 min | 11 months ago

"gunmakers smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is WBZ NewsRadio. Good afternoon. I'm Madison Rogers. Here are the five things you need to know. Starting this week, Massachusetts state courts are no longer enforcing capacity limits are social distancing rules. Joint committee meeting today to discuss efforts to change the boundaries for the state's seventh Congressional District. North Bridge. Police are searching for a man accused of snooping around a home yesterday while the family was inside. Milton Man appears in court today accused in the fatal shooting of a moped driver in the town over the weekend. Today. President Biden is focusing on his gun violence agenda We get details from ABC is Karen Travers. President Biden today focuses on action to reduce gun crimes. The president will meet with Attorney General Merrick Garland and local leaders, including law enforcement, elected officials and the community violence intervention expert Last month, President Biden laid out what the White House called a comprehensive strategy on gun violence, a plan that included actions to target lawbreaking gun dealers. Provide federal resources to police departments for gun crime enforcement and allow communities to repurpose. Federal covid 19 relief funding for programs proven to prevent gun violence. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington. That meeting is coming up later this afternoon. Stay with WBZ NewsRadio for the latest Meanwhile, a lawsuit against Springfield based Gunmaker Smith and Wesson has just been approved by a California judge. WBC's John Bay Back reports The shooting dates back to 2019, where one person died and three others were heard. It was a synagogue in San Diego, according to a report from the San Francisco Chronicle. A judge in San Diego County Superior Court ruled that the victims adequately alleged Smith and Wesson New. It's a AR 15 style rifle could easily be modified into an assault weapon in violation of state law. And therefore, the judge said, as in W, was not protected by a federal law, which shields gun manufacturers for most cases of crimes involving their weapons. The company hasn't commented yet. In the Springfield bureau John Baby Global UBC Boston's NewsRadio Violence In Boston. Nearly a dozen people were shot over the weekend. Friday night, A woman was shot near deadly Street in Dorchester. She's facing non life threatening injuries. Shortly after that two men arrived at a hospital with gunshot wounds, and they are expected to recover. Saturday morning. A man was shot on Delano Street. Another was shot later near center Street in Jamaica Plain and later on that day, four men were shot near campus. Read in Dorchester, all with non life threatening injuries. The Globe reporting another person was shot and injured near Mission Hill last night. We go now to Surfside, Florida, where a recovery mission continues at the site of the collapse. Condo building We get the latest from CBS's Jim Chris Ola confirmed deaths in the Surfside, Florida condominium collapse have climbed in 94. The number of people still unaccounted for, has dropped to 22 Surfside Mayor Charles Burkett. It's obvious that this has become much more than a collapsed building site. It is a holy site for lack of a better searchers will face the threat of off and on heavy rain and lightning each day this week that could slow their work. Jim Chris.

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"gunmakers smith" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:01 min | 11 months ago

"gunmakers smith" Discussed on KTRH

"Where you live. The suburbs. Here's ktrh is Jeff Biggs. Yeah, sure. Biden picking up where Obama left off. You might remember that Obama withheld federal money from certain cities and counties because of their Restrictive practices. Well, there's a very clear political reason. Suburbs are typically purple. Politically, Republicans can win just as Democrats camp If your goal is to make the country a one party state, you want to change this. Fox's Tucker Carlson says the Biden infrastructure proposal will do exactly that. You want to make suburbs into cities, and if you did that you'd win every time. Democrats win cities of the 10 biggest cities in the United States. Democrats run nine of them of the 50 biggest. They control two thirds, including here in Houston, where we are in the middle of a violent crime wave that projects to more than 575 murders here in 2021. Just three more last night, a man a woman and a small little girl. We don't know her age somewhere between five and seven. Yeah, it just keeps counting. Thank you, Jeff. It's now 604. Another questionable bond decision here in Harris County, a man accused of shooting his X Y four times was the latest to bond out of Harris County Jail. Aaron Wright, accused of cutting the power to the home, where his ex wife and Children were sleeping, broke inside shot. His ex who is expected to recover rights attorney though, defends his clients released from jail. He can't leave his house unless he's at work. And then when he's at work, he can't leave work. I don't know what more we can do, but he's entitled to a bond and he's going to follow those conditions of that bomb. Mhm. Our TV partner, Channel two is who gave us that sound. A judge set rights bomb this time at $175,000. You pay 10% to get out. They ordered him by the way to stay away from his ex wife's home. Mhm. It's now 605. The BLM antifa riots. You can add that to Biden's war on guns. Now you get a record sales for gunmakers. Smith and Wesson reported record sales in 2020 topping 1.1 billion in that For the first time ever up more than 100% from 2019. No other gun makers ever had a billion dollars in sales. And this is not in a single year. Yep. Summer of riots last year really got people up. It'll cost me out of jail after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned his conviction of sexual assault. They said statements that he gave in a civil lawsuit were then used against him. For his criminal prosecution, and that was violation of an agreement. With prosecutors. You can't have a system where prosecutors don't hold up to their words. We can't have a criminal justice system where prosecutors pull out the rug from underneath you because of politics, and that's what.

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"gunmakers smith" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"gunmakers smith" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"DSA that tow us could well in that events. Perhaps earnings disappointments lead to this group greater period of volatility, albeit with the uptrend remaining intact. Intel CEO Bob Swan is stepping down February 15th and will be replaced by the head of V. M, where Pat Gelsinger's one, was named CEO in January. 2019 after serving as interim CEO for about six months. Intel shares they're up now by just about 8% v. M, where shares Are slumping by 7.25% again, recapping Stocks higher smp up 13 Higher Now by 4/10 of 1%. I'm Charlie Pellet. That is a Bloomberg business Flash. I thought this is balance of power on Bloomberg Television and radio. I'm David Westin. It's time now for a check on the markets. For that we turn toe Bloomberg's critical Gupta. Thanks, David. Well, stocks really seemed to be shaking off any concern over the impeachment. We're seeing the S and P 500 higher along with the NASDAQ. The NASDAQ, though, is the outperformer Today, as tech seems to make They come back. Meanwhile, that reflationary trade that seems to be taking a pause. Today's was seeing their cyclical sectors like energy and financials down at the bottom of the pack that switch over to Treasuries. Now they're getting a bead after better than expected auctions, and we've just had the 30 Year $24 billion auction. We saw that get high demand as well. As a consequence, we're seeing those 30 year yields down for the second day. I'm also seeing the dollar steadying that rising 44 out of the past five days now flip up the board. I want to look under the hood at some of the movers. First, of course, is Intel that giving a lift to the tech sector today that on the news off the new CEO from VM, where investors liking that, of course, this stock has been mired by production issues on the loss of apples chip business now on to G. M. That is continuing on the record highs from yesterday when it revealed its plans for electric vehicle delivery trucks. Now I also just want to take a look at some of the stocks moving ahead of the integration as well. Abby and B. That is gonna be canceling a D. C area rentals over the next week. That's on expectation off violence. Concerns on also take a look at gunmaker Smith and Wesson. That's the third straight day of gains. Those gun makers seem to be rallying sadly on the expectation that there could be more violence ahead of the change over the President David Okay. Thank you. So much to Rika looked for that We're checking on the markets coming up. We're going to be going over What's happening today in the House of Representatives and what led up to that We're gonna go over it with former Congressman Denver. Riggleman, Republican of Virginia, who knows a lot about social media and its role in the attack on the Capitol. This is balance of power on Bloomberg Television and on radio. Mm hmm. Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day at Bloomberg, calm the Bloomberg business app and and Bloomberg Quick Take. This is a Bloomberg business. Blam Blam! Blam World Headquarters. I'm Charlie Pellets, an update on Wall Street utilities and real estate rising, helping lift the S and P Now trading at session Highs s and P's up 12 again of 3/10 of 1%. The Dow is up 56. Up by 2/10 of 1%. NASDAQ is up 79 hard now by 6/10 of 1% Materials and energy sectors weighing on the S and P crude west Texas Intermediate Down 3/10 of 1% 53 04 Barrel Down 17 cents a barrel 10 you up, 14 30 seconds 10 year Yield Now 1.8% while gold little changed up 70 cents. See Allen said 18 55. So it is an update right now, with the Dow, the S and P and NASDAQ, all advancing the tech heavy NASDAQ 100 outperforming the S and P. 500 index, Intel and Apple leading the gains. As for the market outlook Tony Dwyer is equity strategist Can Accord Annuity He was interviewed this morning on Bloomberg. Television and radio are 2021 outlook is constructive. Like you know, again. We think it's gonna be similar to the post 2009 environment where you could get a multiple compression because earnings they're jumping so much, so should be a good year. Not the kind of year we just had, and there is mixed and use today on inflation. As the pandemic rages hand with that story, Here's Bloomberg's Vinny del Jude Ice. December's consumer Price Index, rose 0.4%, the largest increase since August. Bi fuel costs, but core inflation, excluding food and energy, moderated, rising just 0.1% amid slack in the labor market in muted demand for all of pandemic year 2020 the CP I Rose 1.4%, the smallest increase. Five years beneath Del Giudice. Bloomberg Radio. Black Rank vice chair, Barbara Novick is retiring after plans to do so last year were stymied by the covert 19 pandemic. Oh, Vic is co founder of the world's largest asset manager. She'll become a senior adviser on February 1st, according to a memo viewed by Bloomberg over more than a three decade career, the firm she was instrumental in Black Rocks, public policy and government relations. Efforts on Blackstone Group was named a snowflake. A CEO Frank Slope Man is a senior adviser. Ask, the manager says Salute man who's retaining his post of the software maker will assist Blackstone's portfolio companies with a particular focus on its platform for investing in fast growing firm's shares of Blackstone. They're up by 2.4% snowflake up now by 2%. So again, recapping it is an update, where at or near session highs right now, with the S and P climbing 12 points. Higher by about 3/10 of 1% to 38 13. The Dow is up 52 again of 2/10 of 1%. NASDAQ Up 79 a gain of 6/10 of 1%. I'm Charlie Pellet. That is a Bloomberg business Flash..

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"gunmakers smith" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"gunmakers smith" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Saying it was most accurate forecast and meteorologists Angel pick apples went out downtown San Diego 61 degrees Coco News time is 6 52. It was a great day for Boeing, it landed the biggest jetliner order of the year. From the Irish airline Ryanair with 7 37 Max Ryan Air is buying 75 more of the Jets, which are making a comeback after being grounded for 20 months. Boeing shares jumped 6% and Boeing help lift the Dow, which climbed 86 points. 860.3%. The NASDAQ was also a winner, closing at an all time high with a gain of 0.2%. The S and P, though, was slightly negative, losing two points. If you've had to sign documents in this pandemic, you might have relied on Doc you sign. The company, which helps people do business digitally reported a better than expected quarter after the Bell shares are higher in after hours trading. Gunmaker. Smith and Wesson posted better than expected earnings. After the bell gun sales were booming, leading up to the election, the company said. Gun shipments jumped 74%. The last quarter with long guns. The most popular I'm Ana Rivera. Bloomberg for news radio 600 Kogo. So now we know how we get into the state home orders 15% or less capacity in the ICU remaining for a region in this case, Southern California all about getting out of the state home orders. Here's Dr Mark Galley. We are using a regional approach in part because that is how hospitals and health care delivery systems work when capacity can't be mad. Within a specific county. We lean on neighboring counties and their hospital delivery systems to care for a number of individuals. So going in as a region looking at the regional capacity as if you will. The trigger to have the regional stay at home order implemented is the way that region enters the exit. We're looking three weeks at the soonest so we will look three weeks from whenever a region passes that initial less than 15. Percent ICU capacity remaining trigger. At three weeks. We will look at transmission rates at that moment and the projections for what will be happening in that region's ICU system Hospital system about four weeks after that, and you might ask why four weeks because we know that cases today will end up in the hospital two weeks from Time that we register those cases at about 12% and then within about a week, week and a half, we start to see individuals who were hospitalized go into the intensive care unit, so we want to be able to use transmission rates at the time. Three weeks from now to look at projections of ICU capacity down the road. Window that by seeing that transmission rate come down three weeks after putting the order in place that we should see projections of our ICU capacity improved increase about 15%, which allows us to lift that regional stay at home order effectively. Why do we say it's by counties Because each county will end go back to the appropriate here, based on their independent data, individual data, not regional data, but their county data into a tear with In our blueprint. This is part of our emergency brake. It's being done regionally. But the intention is upon lifting the order. They will enter into their tear appropriate to their data within the blueprint. This Dr Mark Galley, the state secretary of health and human services, so the state homeowners are not in effect yet. However, the governor preview today that it could be one or two days as early in the early part of next week. As to when each region there are five of them. They've broken up the state into, including us in Southern California. With 23 million people and 11 Southern California counties in this region collectively hitting 15% less I see you capacity. Wilmore this Darrin Smith joins us coming up next year. The top of the hour. This is news radio 600. Kogo Crime Heart. I'm Nancy Grace. Breaking Crime News Now Atlanta Gibson's attempt to woo a married co worker includes trying to kill the woman sleeping husband with a machete, a 27 year old now charged with attempted murder, armed burglary and more Maria Gutierrez poses The nerves, hosting vampire facial parties. She draws blood runs it through a centrifuge and re injects plasma. After clients end up in the hospital, make us cops charged 49 year old with acting as a medical practitioner without.

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"gunmakers smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"gunmakers smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sky over Boston at 3 34. A federal judge Block's a ban on the Chinese messaging app. We chat over data concerns, the judge says the government taking down the messaging up would infringe the user's First Amendment rights. We chat and tic tac are both still on the after APP store, though they were supposed to be taken down today by order of the president with TIC Tac. A proposed deal has been approved The last minute which would turn over the video sharing APP to major U S investors. Yes, you can keep on downloading tick talk the government ordered to stop That is on hold after President Trump came out in support of a proposed deal to keep the Chinese own video app Operating is going to buy it along with Oracle, Larry Ellison. It's going to be an incredible combination, maybe some other U. S investors as well. So the Commerce Department will now delay it's ordered a block new downloads of tick talk until later this month. It had been scheduled to go into effect this weekend. TOM Photo CBS NEWS Washington Mass. Eiji Maura Healey says she's concerned about possible voter intimidation this year. Here's doubly busy sherry Small. Massachusetts attorney general Maura Healey sent out an advisory late last week, saying interfering or intimidating voters at polling locations is illegal. The Democrats said that she felt the need to issue the advisory. Following statements by President Trump. The president raised the possibility of calling of law enforcement officials, including sheriffs and police chiefs to monitor for Still cheating at polling locations. Healy says State law prohibits intimidation of voters and interference with election officers by anyone, including law enforcement and private citizens. Healy says presidents also cannot order state and local law enforcement officials to monitor the polls. Sherry Small W. B Z Boston's news radio Polls show more than half of voters won't go to the polls on November, 3rd instead of instead opting to vote early or by mail. Of course, the president and many Republicans maintained that widespread mail in voting isn't the right way to go and there have been some snags. Election officials are bracing for an unprecedented wave of mail in ballots and problems have already begun in some parts of the country. I was furious That my ballot wasn't counted in Miami Beach Votersballots was returned. Miami Dade County election says the error was an anomaly in New Mexico. A major mix up with absentee ballot request forms leads to more than 14,000 ballots with incorrect names a spokesperson for New Mexico's secretary of state, calling it an unfortunate mishap that was caught early. That report from ABC is Andrew Timbered Carver. Police say an officer with seriously injured but is now recovering after he was bitten by a dog while responding to a domestic disturbance. It happened after midnight Saturday morning. Two officers attacked by a dog at home on Main Street. One of them was taken to the emergency room for a serious bite to the arm, but is expected to return to work soon. The dog has been placed in 10 Day Quarantine. It is 3 37, and we go to Bloomberg Business Gun makers are seeing record sales as the Corona virus, pandemic protests and the presidential election create an environment of uncertainty. It is impossible for us to get new, far arms out. Phil. How Earth is owner of the Goose, Huh? MK chain of gun shops, he says. People are mostly buying small, easy to carry handguns. And he's seeing more women buying than ever concern system is how they get far on licence quickly. Based upon that backed up incredibly trying to process for a firearm background checks compiled by the F B. I jumped to a record in June after surging since March. The boob is lifting the shares of gunmakers Smith and Wesson and stir Brugger after four mostly lead years for investors. I'm and musty Bloomberg business on W. B. C. Boston's news radio. When.

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"gunmakers smith" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"gunmakers smith" Discussed on WTOP

"And we have money news, 25 55 years and monster. This is a Bloomberg money minute. Gun makers are seeing record sales as the Corona virus, pandemic protests and the presidential election create an environment of uncertainty. It is impossible for us to get you far arms now. Phil Howarth is owner of the Goose, Huh? Mick chain of gun shops, he says. People are mostly buying small, easy to carry handguns, and he's seeing more women buying than ever. Concern custom is asking about how to get a firearms licence quickly placed it there backed up incredibly trying to process for on firearm background checks compiled by the F B. I jumped to a record in June after surging since March. The boob is lifting the shares of gunmakers Smith and Wesson and stir Brugger after four mostly lead years for investors from the Bloomberg News Room. I'm an moss to on w T O P Just ahead. President Trump reveals when he plans to announce his nominee to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. More on that coming up. It is 12 56. Hello, class welcomed his entertainment with Amy. I'm Amy today. Let's center your mind body and all your entertainment options with Xfinity X one. Repeat after me. What should I watch? Good, Very Zen X one gives you access to everything in one place live TV. And now the new streaming app peacock. So just Leave and trust in the voice remote. Show me parks and rec on Peacock. I have a medical condition, All right. It's called.

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"gunmakers smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"gunmakers smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Rochester Police Captain Frump owe Morino had to say cannot tell you exactly how many individuals were firing at this point in time, But we believe there is atleast 3 to 4 people that were in possession of handguns and were firing at the party. It was a big house party with more than 100 people, but it's started. As an invitation on Ly Party but ballooned into a huge event when people from other nearby neighborhood parties just showed up unannounced. At least eight are dead now, and it's all linked to a wedding reception, which was held in northern Maine, the latest death a man in his eighties, the wedding and reception in Millinocket in early August. Traced to more than 270 covert cases, leading to an outbreak at a nursing home in Madison Mean where seven people died. The wedding also tied to a covert outbreak at the York County Jail here in Massachusetts Corona virus cases on the rise. 569 new cases in numbers revealed yesterday. And those numbers are up compared to what we saw a couple weeks ago. But when you look at the seven day overall average, we're still in good shape under 1% at 10.8%. It is 907 tow Wall Street now to business with Bloomberg Gun makers are seeing record sales as the Corona virus, pandemic protests and the presidential election create an environment of uncertainty. It is impossible for us to get new, far arms. Now. Phil Howarth is owner of the Goose Hammock chain of gun shops, he says. People are mostly buying small, easy to carry handguns, and he's seeing more women buying than ever. Concern custom is how to get a far on licence quickly placed it there backed up incredibly trying to process for a firearm background checks compiled by the F B. I jumped to a record in June after surging since March. The boob is lifting the shares of gunmakers Smith and Wesson and stir Brugger after four mostly lead years for investors. I'm an moss to Bloomberg Business on W. B. C. Boston's news radio coming up at 9 15 political battle lines drawn over President Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court, who will be the first to know Who will be will be.

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"gunmakers smith" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"gunmakers smith" Discussed on WTOP

"You don't even have to be there for the pick up. Grab your title and call 877 Millwood That's 877 Melwood or go to melwood dot or GE Money News, 25 55 Doubter and mustard. This is a Bloomberg money minute. Gun makers are seeing record sales as the Corona virus, pandemic protests and the presidential election create an environment of uncertainty. It is impossible for us to get new, far arms. Now. Phil Howarth is owner of the Goose, Huh? MK chain of gun shops, he says. People are mostly buying small, easy to carry handguns, and he's seeing more women buying than ever. Concern custom is how to get a firearms licence quickly placed it there backed up incredibly trying to process for a firearm background checks compiled by the F B. I jumped to a record in June after surging since March. The boob is lifting the shares of gunmakers Smith and Wesson and stir Brugger after four mostly lead years for investors from the Bloomberg News Room. I'm an moss to on w T O P coming up at the top of the hour from CBS News on w T o P. The Southeast is facing mohr tropical weather while the Northwest continues to deal with wildfires, 8 56 Hi. I'm Patrick Singles owner knew Lacombe design. I'd like to share what one of our roofing customers say We knew we needed to replace our roof. But we've just done a kitchen remodel, and the whole thing was a nightmare. So we were apprehensive about doing another project. We kept hearing new look say how easy they make it So we decided to give him a shot. What a difference. They came out. It was total transparency. They gave us a three d image of our house, complete with the list of measurements and the.

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"gunmakers smith" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"gunmakers smith" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From Georgia Power switch yard at plant. McDonough in Smyrna. Georgia. Statement from Georgia Power says there are no known injuries. Fire crews are working seen. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is urging Americans to ignore President Trump when he talks about various election tactics signals is that he's engaged in fright. And fear as usual. This is after the president suggested last week that voters in North Carolina send in ballots early and then try to vote in person see whether their mail in vote was actually counted. Trump has repeatedly claimed mail in voting will lead to fraud, offering no evidence. Voting twice is voter fraud, and it's a felony. And gunmaker. Smith and Wesson is reporting robust sales of firearms maker says this most recent quarter brought in a record $230 million in revenue. I'm Michael Kastner. And I'm Denise Pellegrini in the Bloomberg newsroom US. Stock markets closed but a big rally in Europe this morning, the footsie gained 2%, the German dax up almost 1.7% of the clothes in France, the CAC finishing about 1.7% higher NASDAQ futures, though under pressure and that could point to losses when US trading resumes tomorrow. Clark. Kendall is head of Kendall Capital Management, He says evaluations for tech stocks are high right now, but there is still one huge, compelling reason to stay in stocks. Number one rule investing Don't fight The Fed. The Fed is comment is working to support the economy. The Fed has also said You know we're going to desire higher inflation and with a 10 10 year Treasury 100.7% 5 Year 2.3%. I think investors will continue. To be driven to the equity market. South Bank shares tumbled after reports the Japanese tech conglomerate was making some big that's on equity derivatives amid the surgeon tech stocks in recent months, we get more night crumbling bricks Mark Mills, Softbank is apparently sitting on trading gains of about $4 billion after founder Masayoshi Son made bets on equity derivatives. The Financial Times says the Japanese company strategy has been built over the past few months as Softbank bought options premiums focused on tech stocks over that time, the paper says. This means Softbank is now left with large but as yet unrealized profits, even after the nose dive for tech stocks at the end of this past week, the paper says, even so, the trades have been deeply controversial within the company. Mark Mills. Bloomberg Radio and Samsung has won a big order to provide five G wireless solutions to Verizon in the US It's a $6.6 billion contract Bakwin for the electronic Giants networking gear business. Global news 24 hours a day on air at on Bloomberg, Quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I'm Denise Pellegrini. This is Bloomberg. You're listening to the business of sports from Bloomberg Radio. Thank you so much for joining us. We're here each and every week for you at the same time talking to the biggest names in sports. I'm Jason Kelly, along with Mike Lynch. And Michael Bar today. We're delighted to be speaking with Ken Solomon, president of the Tennis Channel, So I have to ask you can from a business perspective. The open is kind of a big deal for you. I have seen you. As I joked at the top of the show in action. You're a whirling dervish to say the least, because you've got a broadcast going on. But you're also doing a huge amount of business. It's kind of the Super Bowl for you, right It really is. I mean, you know, people forget the open for someone like us is much of theirs. Is anyone quite like us who's dedicated on all platforms all the time to the sport? But everyone there the place where the world comes together for really three weeks a year, and so you're in the center of the universe, and we've kind of got a virtual bubble going Not quite literally the way we do now, whenever the open is on its huge all the stakeholders in the game, are there all the tournament from all over the world. Really the tennis royalty, the legends or they're very often with Ian National Tennis Hall of Fame. You don't have to go any further than Flushing and sometimes Manhattan find the entire sport. Well, one thing that is great for you guys. You guys went global in May Guys Aaron, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and it's a great thing for you guys. We have for a long time been asked, when are you going to do this internationally? Because the rial thing that we were able to do for the sport and for the fan and and all those associated is to bring it to one destination. Dennis is a many splendored kind of octopus of a sport, right. You've got multiple tours, multiple events going on at the same time all over the world, and it's hard to follow. And you know the idea of having a central repository where the best matches information, hopefully the original product that we're creating whether it's movies like strokes of genius, or whether it's these Great pieces on what's happening in the Sports Tennis magazine all in one place, and so that you can find out the continuum and the whole Patchwork of the sport that's going on all over the world in one place, Otherwise you're chasing it around and that made sense. Not just here but around the world little harder to put together around the world, So it's taken us a while but launched in In in Germany with tennis Channel International Deutschland, which is sort of the prototype. For what we plan on doing around the world, and the idea is that it's as if that channel was made there so for the region now have the German version of tennis Channel and each one will be Taylor fit for that region, and it will open to wherever you are. When you become of us a driver and isn't very well entry. See, we work with The the the indigenous governing bodies. So the equivalent of the USDA in this case, did you know, storage land and And they instantly the fans instantly know where to go. And it has been going great. Better than we expected. I mean, the pandemic didn't slow us down, in fact, is you guys well know, because you've been doing so well. I've been looking at the numbers. The traffic has been bigger than probably we expected that came out with a bullet. We've had thousands of people sign up and they are now monthly subscribers and, you know, then we push to the local Whatever's going on that we don't have. We felt so it's really been spectacular, and it's a model that will like us here, bring the all the different Stakeholders in the tennis world together who have content to share to one place and that's just kind of in a crazy mixed up media world with unlimited choices is a very good thing, just like they know to go to blue bird for all of their all the information, whether in sports or money, O R. You know how to manage How do you know what's going on on Wall Street when when all the other sports had their restart when the PGA Golf started up when the basketball and hockey and baseball started up the sound of curiosity, or just of being denied for so long? The interest on the ratings were pretty much off the chart. Just a starter. You finding the same thing now, with your restart in tennis. Yes, we were blessed and lucky Enoughto have almost several different restarts, right? Not going off just with a live show with you know the top players in the world calling in which isn't the same coverage but then starting the coverage in May. And building back from, you know, initially a four man and then a four female competitors, sort of round robin where protocols were extraordinarily tight, because no one knew what we were doing. Up through Charleston, which was really another bellwether. We're all of a sudden boom. We were doing bigger numbers with the Charleston event that we did there with 16 top female competitors, including the four Grand Slam winners. Um, we were doing bigger numbers than we did last year with the regular tour, So we were able to prime the pump and keep the fans excited. It was much more of a smooth, rampant just a 0 to 60, and by the time we got collecting tonight, which was the first sanctioned event On U. S soil, Although we were doing Palermo and and all of the wk in a teepee events around the world when we hit black thinkin, and we had Venus, Serena, Coco and you know all the top players. Female players manage most of them many of them we, You know, the numbers really blew up. Stay tuned for more of our conversation with 10 Salman, president of the Tennis Channel that straight ahead on Bloomberg business is sports..

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"gunmakers smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"gunmakers smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"NewsRadio and a gunman linked to Antifa and the fatal shooting of a supporter of a right wing group in Portland is shot dead in neighboring Washington state. This happened last night. Federal marshals confirming that 48 year old Michael Renal was killed after they say he pointed a gun at them and threatened officers. Victim was a suspect in the killing of J. Danielson last Saturday night as supporters of President Trump Stage a truck parade through downtown Portland, where black lives demonstrators were protesting. It's 1 38, and let's bring back Andrew O'Day at Bloomberg and find out where we are. We're not in a very good place right now. Down, losing 366 points. NASDAQ Down 314 That's almost 3%. SB 500 down 60 points. This, of course, coming after the big selloff for stocks yesterday. This one coming even as the Labor Department reports a stronger than forecast increase of 1.37 million jobs in August, with the unemployment rate falling more than forecast to 8.4%. Pressure to sell it so strong today that even a blowout earnings quarter featuring record sales isn't helping stock and gunmaker Smith and Wesson of Springfield sales of its pistols, revolvers and rifles more than doubled last quarter versus a year earlier, reflecting in large part the civil unrest across the country and concerned that a possible change of controlling political party after the election would result in stricter gun laws. Stuck in Smith and Wesson is down 5% and rode a Bloomberg Business on W. B z Boston's NewsRadio. Thank you coming up at 1 45, the Massachusetts attorney general sues over race based Discrimination claims out in Fitchburg and Roslindale What did he say? Complete election coverage from now until election day. And after Tony Easy. Boston's news radio I I'm Rick Adelman with a warning. Millions of people are buying stocks they think or low in price. Watch out. A lot of investors have no idea the risk they're taking. But you're holding steady, right? You haven't made a trade all year. That could be a problem, too..

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"gunmakers smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"gunmakers smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The rest of the hall as well now if all goes well the hall of fame will re open to the public by April with visions of another billion dollar budget surplus dancing in their heads a word of warning that the good times could be about to come to a screeching halt on Beacon Hill the Massachusetts taxpayers foundation says an expected slowdown in tax revenues next fiscal year means the state's finances are in position to do a one eighty the organization warns of a budget shortfall of as much as nine hundred million dollars in addition to tax collections falling short it's time to pay the Piper two on education and commitments to the MBTA a red flag comes a week before governor Charlie Baker is expected to deliver his state of the state address and rolls out goals for his next budget plans of the parent company of Springfield gunmaker Smith and Wesson has shown its C. E. O. the door James Dabney has left the company after the board decides his behavior was inconsistent with come the policy not sure really what that all means of the company is not saying demi was set to lead Smith and Wesson after its strategic divisional break from its outdoor product category later on this year a Cambridge startup focused on changing the world of auto insurance gets a little bit richer insure a five adds another twenty three million dollars to its coffer and will pour it into its online marketplace that lets users shop and compare insurance rates online at the click of a button they're gonna be hiring more people with this new money the company started in the world of auto insurance it is now working with giants such as nationwide liberty mutual and east shore it's it claims to have sold more than a hundred million dollars worth in policies on auto insurance alone it is now covering home and life insurance policies as well coming up firefighters down under battling massive wildfires are getting the sort of help they haven't seen in months details coming up next Tina gal on the way it's six twenty seven he fifty eight he he also accepting boats motorcycles R. V.'s and real estate.

"gunmakers smith" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"gunmakers smith" Discussed on WTOP

"Combo meal limited time only money news brought to you by the exigent ample scanner thermometer is your family ready for cold and flu season the flu brings a fever so be prepared with a monitor you can trust the exigent temporal scanner back by more than eighty clinical studies visit exigen dot com money news at twenty five and fifty five on WTOP twelve twenty five years Jeff Clayborne John payless ShoeSource is emerge from bankruptcy for the second time in three years don't look for to return to U. S. shopping centers anytime soon painless as little focus on international markets where it's still does have stores payless has been around since nineteen fifty six it closed all twenty five hundred of its U. S. stores last year the CEO of the company owns gunmaker Smith and Wesson is being shown the door American outdoor brands as James Dabney is leaving because of misconduct it did not say what the misconduct was other than it was non financial Reston based national security IT contractor light dose will keep its name on DC United jerseys why does in DC United of extended their sponsorship deal for another two seasons record run on Wall Street again today the Dow is up one hundred and fifty two points the S. and P. five hundred index up eighteen the nasdaq up fifty six those are half percent gains Jeff label WTOP news just ahead articles of impeachment are formally submitted to the Senate and sharp congressional reaction to a federal watchdogs report on Ukraine on Capitol Hill I'm Mitchell Miller twelve twenty seven you own a time share and it's the time of the year for eye popping maintenance fees arriving in your mailbox how much will it be this time you're kidding me that's just ridiculous really how much do you actually use it is it really worth all that the vacation time to one never seem available here fees keep going up and now you're getting slammed with more costs still having fun that's it I'm.

"gunmakers smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"gunmakers smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The suspect is facing burglary and other charges labor problems at Lufthansa Germany's flagship airline is warning passengers a possible delays in an ongoing dispute with this catering service workers in Frankfurt and Munich are looking for a wage assurances from Lufthansa as it prepares to sell its sky chefs subsidiary tis the season Santa can be seen just about everywhere and odds are he's white WBZ sherry small has more on a desire for more diversity I think it's important to have representation and to be able to see yourself within traditional holidays settings hi grant owner of black market a diverse pop up store in Roxbury featuring micro businesses owned by people of color earlier this month black market held its third annual black Santa event for families it really representative of a global perspective and something that's also part of how America is made up but I think what resignations tomorrow is the fact that they see somebody that's just kind of that looks like them to locate centers of color some returning to the Facebook group black Santa directory and also an app called find black Santa sherry small WBZ Boston's newsradio five thirty eight and a business check from Bloomberg stomp must be good morning job Hey good morning dead Americans one and a half trillion in student loans but now the trump administration is considering ways to help people pay off some of that debt according to the Wall Street journal that could mean refinancing outstanding loans at lower rates or wiping out the debt in bankruptcy on Wall Street new record highs today for the nasdaq and the S. and P. five hundred and right now the Dow futures up twenty nine points and victims of a mass shooting last year in Toronto we're suing Springfield based gunmaker Smith and Wesson saying it failed to introduce smart gun technology in the type of hand gun used.

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"gunmakers smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"gunmakers smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"But support is growing to make prices at the pump go higher on purpose several mayors and town managers from dozens of communities are on the gas tax train all teaming up to push for a fifteen cent hike in the tax is a is a necessary evil to get the roads bridges and public transportation in tip top shape they also say that it has the potential to raise nearly a half billion dollars a year under increasing and crushing political pressure gunmaker Smith and Wesson is about to go its own way Springfield based company that's been in business since the nineteenth century plans to split off from its parent American outdoor brands will become a standalone company it will focus on firearms the parents centers on camping retailers of them pulling back on gun sales and this week the Supreme Court allowed a lawsuit against rival Remington to proceed the support needs the approval of regulators and shareholders the state Republican Party is getting to move its headquarters from Boston to will burn in the coming weeks the move has nothing to do with politics and everything to do with saving money the party is running a loss on the balance sheet and cost cutting that leaves no budget line items spared where it is it's even considering dumping hundreds of folding tables that doesn't need and doesn't want to store the suspect in the now famous Isabella Stewart Gardner Gardner museum heist is freed after twenty one years behind bars about five hundred million dollars worth of art work was stolen in nineteen ninety David Turner was arrested for his role in a separate armed robbery back in nineteen ninety nine he was told he returned art pieces he would get leniency but he said he knew nothing about the art heist those are works by Rembrandt and premier have never been recovered Turner is set to remain on probation for three more years authorities are investigating after a green laser was aimed at two different commercial flights at Logan at the two incidents happened last night within an hour of each other both of those planes landed safely when the aircraft were coming to the airport no word on any arrests or suspects coming up we got beat top stories of the day it is seven twenty seven bigger banks can afford to offer you business as usual that's whether big right with beyond business banking from Norwood bank we provide a much.

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"gunmakers smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"gunmakers smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"This morning the price of gas relatively cheap for this time of year but support is growing to make prices at the pump go higher on purpose several mayors and town managers from dozens of communities here in Massachusetts are on the gas tax train all of them teaming up in an effort to push for a fifteen cent hike in that tax they say this is a necessary evil to get the roads bridges and even public transportation opens up to shape they also say it has the potential to raise nearly half a billion dollars every single year here in Massachusetts under increasing and crushing political pressure gunmaker Smith and Wesson is about to go its own way once again the Springfield based company that has been in business since the nineteenth century plans to split off from its parent American outdoor brands and will become a standalone company it'll focus on firearms the parent American outdoor will center on camping gear regulators are retailers rather have been pulling back on gun sales and this week the Supreme Court allowed a lawsuit to proceed against its rival Remington the split still needs the approval of regulators and shareholders as well well coming up the political career of former governor Deval Patrick is nowhere near over his latest mission coming up next details with deb Lawler on the way it's a twenty seven this is Dan right like Stevie fillable I to put off losing weight because I thought losing weight would be difficult here Steve the owner of W. as in page the owner of a weekend one eighty weight loss it's not that hard you know and that's what I did I decided to do it and here we are your half later and I'm still talking about it you know and I'm I'm probably talking about risk my life is it I'm not going back tell you that not going to I think a lot of people that weight loss off because they see as this challenge or fear or something that's going to change their whole lifestyle and everything that they love and like to do but that's not how it has to be if you need to.

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"gunmakers smith" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"gunmakers smith" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"These levees have been imposed and increased and their time is coming and what's more they are susceptible to declines if only because they are so much more sensitive than any other of the eleven main industry groups to moves in the broader market and there's a measure called beta the tracks that UBS global well cited the past year in coming up with its numbers you can do it on the Bloomberg terminal as well and indeed technology within the S. and P. five hundred thirty six percent more volatile than the index given a one percent move on any given day the chart tracks the eleven groups and utilities by far the least phone just a a quarter of a percent move for everyone percent swing in the index the S. and P. five hundred so if you want a more folks sending email I get to the chart destination goes with it and everything I do going forward the email address is D. Wilson at Bloomberg dot net that's D. Wilson at Bloomberg dot net and now to your stock of the day Dave yes American outdoor brands you know there's a tie in to president trump's latest with them this is a president whose support for gun rights is definitely well known yet one of those sweets today affected we called out one of the biggest US gunmaker Smith and Wesson the farm businesses owned by American outdoor brands which actually bore the Smith and Wesson a before twenty seventeen American outdoors with polka traces nineteen ninety eight the ticker is a see now the shares peaked at a record in August twenty sixteen three months before trump selection and since then they've lost as much as eighty percent of the company's suffer from lower demand you we've had all these mass shootings in yet you know you haven't seen the kind of changes in gun buying rules that might spur people to go out and buy before the restrictions go into effect now American outdoor posted fiscal first quarter results late yesterday the sales the sales average estimates the Bloomberg serving the company because we profit forecasts to reflect five million in costs from Chinese import tariffs trump tweeted today the US company citing terraces an issue were quote badly run and weak well you might have not had American outdoor mine it looks like investors did me the stock tumbled in today's trading down almost twenty two percent its biggest drop in years all right Dave Wilson thank you so much for that very timely stock today will coming up we're gonna hear from Kobe right there a lot of celebrities Carol out at U. S. open today in fact a couple just wandered by our studio check in Alex Cutler are here that taken in the tennis their mom Nancy works restaurants all of global philanthropy from our New York headquarters so you know you never know who you're gonna run into here we said this is truly a family event no doubt about it all right let's get back to me at the lines now she's got your world and national headlines thanks Jason hurricane Dorian is picking up steam as it takes aim at Florida it's now a major hurricane with wind speeds one hundred fifteen miles an hour Darren vocally lives in Stuart Florida along the state's treasure coast he says he and his neighbors have been putting up shutters to prepare for the onslaught were worried that mean more being cautious than anything it's not our first time and I've been in Florida since nineteen ninety so we've been through these things before you just put your head down and get the things that you need it we can't really worry too much about it because it's coming no matter what president trump is working.

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