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"hk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:10 min | 4 months ago

"hk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It is 8 30 a.m. in Hong Kong and here in Singapore I'm Juliette sali And I'm Doug prisoner at the Bloomberg interactive broker studio in New York We had a down day for U.S. equities Japan following suit other markets across the apac region kind of mixed and the price action really has been pretty limited We're going to take a closer look when Brian Curtis joins us in a moment or two Right now just a few of the sours top business stories Well the war in Ukraine push crude above a $100 a barrel in response to the international energy agency has agreed to deploy 60 million barrels from stockpiles around the world We're told half of the barrels will come from the U.S. strategic petroleum reserves The remainder will come from IEA members in Europe and Asia Meanwhile U.S. lawmakers are pressuring the Biden administration to help boost domestic oil production and sever its dependency on Russian crude his Bloomberg's Anne Marie hoden There's a lot of pressure right now growing on Capitol Hill for the president to attack the one main industry that is really the lifeblood of the Russian economy And that is its exports of oil and gas This is how president Putin was able to build up a $640 billion reserves This is how he's able to fund his military Also where his alleged wealth stems from It is all about the exports of oil and gas Russia's war in Ukraine will also bring a new challenge for OPEC plus the cartel meets Wednesday Delegates say they'll probably stick to their plan of only gradually increasing supply WTI crude a $105 82 Doug Well in Hong Kong the city's banking regulator is lobbying the local government to shorten the quarantine time for travelers This is the Hong Kong monetary authority representatives told a group of banks that the HK MA will propose a reduction in the hotel quarantine time from the current 14 days all the way down to 7 days followed by another week of home isolation Now the HK MA is arguing a shorter quarantine could give way perhaps maybe help alleviate some of the concerns that we've been talking about the livability in Hong Kong and the economic impact there Sources telling us the HK MA also urged the banking community to stay committed to Hong Kong Let's get over to Brian kurtis now for a check of market action Brian Well thank you very much Juliet As Doug mentioned equity markets outside of Tokyo are essentially flat here There's very little movement the cost is down less than a tenth of a percent the ASX 200 is up less than a tenth of a percent We did get Australia's fourth quarter GDP rising 3.4% quarter on quarter That was just under the estimate of 3.5% And if you look year on year really not too much of a change 4.2% the estimate 4.1% So kind of a mixed bag there with growth In Australia The big news today obviously is the spike in oil prices You guys detailed it Well WTI right up there about one O 5 61 And it's pushed the Bloomberg index of commodities to a record high and it had the biggest single day jump since way back in 2009 with that commodities index jumping 4.1%.

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"hk" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:02 min | 4 months ago

"hk" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Coming up this Monday. Stay tuned for that. And you should be checking out the just like us podcast, which is on the ringer dish feed. It is hosted by Claire Malone. It's the narrative podcast diving into tabloid culture in the 2000s. It's really good. Check that out. Brought to you by FanDuel sportsbook as well. I missed on my same game parlay on Wednesday. I ended up doing a wizard's pacers thing because I really wanted to do a Lakers jazz game. I was all excited about it because I was going to the Lakers jazz game. And I was going to do a Lakers money line bat with LeBron and Davis probably would have been in it and he got hurt, so I would have lost it anyway, but that was a bummer because I did wash and Joe house told me wait a second. Why did you bet on Washington? And of course they lost. So now I owe you one. I'm going to do something for all star weekend. I'm going to be in the gambling feed. The ringer gambling show with John just Trotsky and Joe house on Friday. And we're going to figure out all star weekend bets. So stay tuned for that. Friday, ringer gambling show, me, Joe house and JJ. And we're going to have all kinds of all star bets for you. Coming up on this podcast. Corral bob vulgaris, aka bob valgus, AKA H bob HK, one of my favorite NBA guests. He is coming up. We'll talk, trade deadline, playoff predictions. Why Dallas got rid of porzingis? Ken hart and save the sixers, all kinds of stuff. It's on the next first. Our Friends from protein. All right, my friend bob barris is here. Came on. I think before one of the holidays, and then he just goes, he's just off. I don't know where he goes. He does stuff. Travels as.

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"hk" Discussed on Reader's Table

Reader's Table

01:39 min | 9 months ago

"hk" Discussed on Reader's Table

"And then the stone nut with this taste and it really describing the brand, how it looks how it feels and sometimes to me what's just unnecessary, but yeah, then again, I think maybe was planned like that. Not a lot of dislikes, seems like a good read. What would you recommend this book for? Everyone can read it, and I think it's especially moving or touching for people with Asian words that have experienced the cultural things that are part of their world. And there's a lot of correlation between the things happening in real life, so if you're open for also young adult fiction, just pick it up. It's a really good read. It reached fluidly. Yeah, I think I've done my wrap up now and yeah, Nick tell me. What are we covering in the next episode? How does he do with that episode? The fun fact I will foreshadow the next episode and this fun fact is about the book itself that we are going to cover next episode. And that book was actually written as an inspiration out of The Lord of the Rings, and that's the book we're in a cover next episode. That's it for today's episode. We hope you enjoyed York by Mary HK Choi. If you want to support us, use our Patreon link in the description and follow us on Instagram at readers table..

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"hk" Discussed on Reader's Table

Reader's Table

05:15 min | 9 months ago

"hk" Discussed on Reader's Table

"A lot of times and I'm not saying this to sound harsh or anything or to accuse anyone. It's just how I felt. The funny thing about having an older sibling play babysitter is that you are only vaguely aware that they're also a child. I could totally identify with that because sometimes I thought it was okay what I did, but then it wasn't and then my sister did it. And for her was totally fine. She wasn't scolded or anything, and basically when you're all you really have to fight for everything and clear to path for your siblings. And that's actually tough if you think about it. The things your parents say are communicated to you in a different way than to your sister. The resonated with me, you saying that because especially in the Asian culture when I read or someone does something, which is so phenomenal and Arthur in my opinion and I would love to talk about his books at some point as well. Talks about this quite a Japanese culture and regarding the first quote you mentioned, I think it's really an issue of the issue is exacerbated by the fact that they are living in a western society, and they grew up in that, but at home they have to collect society. The Asian society, which is a complete contrast to what they are living outside. So what they see in the household is what they have been taught, ever since their kids, and they think this is the way to go, and they must be very hard and to outside of the house at school with your friends. At their houses, you know, in their families to see a difference and to think, well, what is right now? Where does it stop and exactly like you pointed out, and I think this is a really good quote indeed. Where do you draw the line? Do you think that for somebody who is maybe not aware of this for somebody who is not well worst maybe or even doesn't have to be well versed, but maybe doesn't know the culture, at least a little bit of Asia, his book is confusing, or do you think it is a good way to get into it actually and try to understand this mindset because it is a kind of conflict back and forth as I assume it to be in this book. For people who are not familiar with the Asian culture, it can turn out both ways, either they really get into it and understand the underlying difficulties, or they don't, and then maybe they don't in my opinion grasp the essentials because I didn't mention it in those words, but in Asia, you really have to read between the lines. Of course, that doesn't apply for every country to the same degree. But it is there. For example, Japan, you really have to read between the lines, like read the air. I think they say Thailand it's the same. You really have to think about what you say and for European people. They just speak their mind open. I mean, for example, Switzerland, you can just voice your opinion on no matter what topic and you're fine. That wouldn't work, and I'm not talking about voicing your opinion on a political level, for example, it also already applies to.

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"hk" Discussed on Reader's Table

Reader's Table

04:26 min | 9 months ago

"hk" Discussed on Reader's Table

"Welcome to reader's table, the podcast where two story lovers talk about books, movies, and stories of any kind. In today's episode, we are going to discuss York by Mary HK Choi. If you want to support us, use our Patreon link in the description and follow us on Instagram at readers table. Today, we are going to talk about a book called yoke, as I've already said in the intro, I know very little about this book. All I know is it's not fantasy. Since our first season so far is a bit fantasy heavy, which is no problem, of course. I'm excited to dive into something a bit more rooted in the real world, and I would like to give over to her to you, give us a quick summary about what the book is about and take it over from here. So yes, I'm very excited to talk about this book, I'm an avid fantasy reader, and I thought I want to switch it up again, and this book was all over social media and I just knew it was about Asians. And as I myself have Asian roots, I thought this would be the perfect pick. So the author is Mary HK Choi and she is a Korean American author. Television and print journalist. She already has written to other books and she also, which is super cool, help writing the Marvel Comics. So yeah, that's about the author. The book title is yolk. And it was published this year or so in 2021. And it is labeled as a young adult fiction. So on the backside of the book, the author wrote. Jane Beck is barely getting by. She shuffles through fashion school, saddled with a death beat boyfriend, cloud chasing Friends, and a wretched eating disorder that she's not fully ready to confront. But that's New York City right, at least she isn't in Texas anymore and is finally living in a city that feels right for her. On the other hand, her sister, June, is dazzlingly rich with a high flying finance job and the massive apartment. Like Jane, June has never struggled a day in her life. Until she is diagnosed with uterine cancer..

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DDR5 Finally Arrives

Techmeme Ride Home

01:29 min | 1 year ago

DDR5 Finally Arrives

"Standard was settled on years ago and some smaller manufacturers have released early products here and there but everyone was waiting for this to make official. Samsung has announced five hundred and twelve gigabyte. Ddr five memory chips still in the verification stage that deliver over twice the performance of ddr four at up to seven thousand two hundred mbps for advanced workloads. We are now officially in the ddr. Five era quoting hardware as we inch closer to intel's alder lake and md's zen architectures late this year and or early next year. Barring any delays memory makers started announcing advances in ddr five memory which will deliver a big increase in bandwidth. We've even seen some ddr. Five module launches samsung however has managed to separate itself from the pack on announcing. What it says is the industry's first. Five hundred twelve gigabyte memory module based on high k metal gate or hk mg process technology according to samsung. It's five twelve gigabyte. Ddr five memory module delivers more than twice the performance of ddr. Four add up to seven thousand two hundred megabits per second this. The company says will be beneficial for the most extreme compute hungry and high bandwidth workloads the five twelve gb capacity comes by way of stacking eight layers of sixteen gigabit d-ram chips. There's no mention of costs though. Samsung says it is currently sampling. it's five twelve. Gb modules to customers for testing and verification and

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China sets growth target 'over 6%,' tightening HK control

BTV Simulcast

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

China sets growth target 'over 6%,' tightening HK control

"Sit a conservative economic growth target of above 6% for the year, David. That was one of the key surprises from the work report because many economists we've been speaking to, of course over the last few days and weeks and suggested Where they were going to drop the growth target for the year. They did drop it from the five year plan, though, and it doesn't seem to be an emphasis now on quality growth. The deficit target was reduced as well. It was 3.6% last year's being reduced to 3.2%. And then there's the monetary policy side of things as well. David Absolutely policy will remain prudent when you look at the currency, for example, remaining stable, Not that there's any surprise there. But I think what's interesting Still here is in terms of money supply, for example, that's going to be roughly in line and against your point, Tom earlier now we don't have a 6% growth target. At least that's perhaps also what you should expect in terms of money supply growth in line with nominal GDP growth come

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"hk" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"hk" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Any possible attacks, including coming from any of the thousands of National Guard soldiers protecting DC acting Defense Secretary Chris Miller says quote. While we have no intelligence indicating an insider threat, we are leaving no stone unturned in securing the capital. Along with federal and local police officers. The National Guard has set up checkpoints throughout Washington. And have through the weekend already made a handful of arrests boxes. Rich Edson former Attorney General Bill Bartels ITV news. He was not surprised to see the kind of violence during the capital riot and blamed questions about the legitimacy of the election for causing the violence. President Trump's expected to grant as many as 100 pardons and commutations today in his final day of office, but he is not expected to issue a protective pardon for himself or for members of his family. As some mainstream media outlets have reported, and one of the most high profile names that was being discussed in this latest round of pardons was Julian Assad's. But despite an aggressive campaign by Wikileaks to try to secure a pardon for its founder, president Trump is not expected to give him one boxes. Kristin Fisher Ah Blues Erred in Japan with near whiteout conditions caused a massive traffic accident today involving more than 130 cars and trucks. It happened on the Tohoku Expressway in northern Japan in HK reports dozens of people Were injured and at least one killed. Stocks and Asia finished mostly higher today on hopes a new U. S administration will provide more economic support and better efforts against the pandemic. Wall Street was closed yesterday for the MLK holiday. Dell futures up about 130 points at this hour. America's listening the Fox News From the Fox News Podcasts Network..

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"hk" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"hk" Discussed on KOMO

"Morning news. It's 802 right now on this beautiful Thursday morning in western Washington, the temperature in downtown Seattle with sunny skies is now 58 degrees, along with Greg Herschel time Manda factor here. The top stories from the camo 24 7 News center. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan is fighting back after a speaker at the Republican National Convention took a shot at Seattle and other so called Democrats run cities. We get more on this from comas, Corwin Hick from Seattle and Portland to Washington and New York. Democrat run cities across this country are being overrun by violent mobs. Self Dakota Governor Christie known targeted Seattle and the other cities during her podium speech at the RNC. People that can afford to flee have fled. With the people that can't I left to fend for themselves? Mayor Durkin responds on MSNBC's The Rachel Maddow show. Caricature of the great Cities across America is not only wrong, it purposely wrong, Durkin says. Far from fleeing Seattle young families are moving here. It is a city that I raised my two Children, and I would not have raised them anywhere else. There's no question Vandals destroyed property during several Seattle street protests this summer. Two deaths and several injuries are also connected to protest activities. But Mayor Durkin at least partly blames the White House were on the front lines of the civil rights movement of our time because there is no federal leadership Corwin Hey. HK Coma News Hurricane Laura made landfall is a Category four storm on the Louisiana coast early today, a Northwest team of Rescue personnel was packing gear to head directly into the disaster zone. Almost Carleen Johnson met with members of impact Northwest at CEATEC Airport Impact Northwest formed in response to that 2010 Haiti EARTHQUAKE Now, 10 Years later, this team of paramedics, firefighters, search and rescue professionals is headed for Louisiana. They've seen the pictures and no, it's bad. Keith Davis is part of the team and at his feet on the plane with him this morning. His constant companion, Asher, a six year old golden, trained in search and rescue going on his second mission, writes.

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"hk" Discussed on The Modern Spiritual Life Coaching Podcast

The Modern Spiritual Life Coaching Podcast

06:01 min | 2 years ago

"hk" Discussed on The Modern Spiritual Life Coaching Podcast

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"hk" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"hk" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"What's on your mind? Vanessa is on my mind, Big boy. I am a veteran from the Navy. And as I know, with most of the veterans I know We have to go through sexual harassment training, like almost quarterly. Okay, so this is not something that's not addressed in the military. Unfortunately, I would have a lot of drunk soldiers on the base who would attempt to get in my room. But I fought back. And so I'm blessed that nothing actually occurred. But I can't say that for other women I knew in the military But what shirt me out was that I started looking at the whole history for hood, and I know that it's been in the media throughout the years, but it is corrupt, big like it took me. I just started looking at a few things, and I just started making the notice. Because we're talking like hundreds of murders that have happened on Fort Hood. And just even with the last year there was another female found in her car dead soldier on the basic founded I literally have a list of 123456789 10. That's the start of murder that have gone unsolved and it just seems real suspicious. Like And the police. They all you know these guys cover up for each other. I know that a lawyer that's working with her family is setting up a congressional hearing. And this is way past you on DH. I'm so happy that women are speaking up, but for her, it is they need to go in there deep. Because there is no way I don't know if there's like some soldiers that Aaron Sex trafficking or a drug ring, But if you look at these cases, it's all around the neighborhood of quite like I think you pronounce it piling killing Texas. I've been I've been to that base of been up into that base. Yeah, and brandy with first. Thank you for your service. But Brandy you You said that you would have sexual harassment where you were the guys who get drunk and even tried to force themselves in your room. Remember one night I was walking home. I was on the bass because you know, we had stores nearby. And sometimes it's just nice. Take a walk. I got to the point where I didn't want to walk in him because I remember one night like some of the guys that come home deployment Giron HK just coming off the ships is drunk. And these guys literary. I don't know if they're just messing around. But they chased me all the way to my barracks to literally where I barely closed the door shut just in time. If they would have got in my room. I don't know what happened. But the sentiment was like okay. Ah, Some guys are after you. And you know it's not that I don't believe in speaking up, because obviously liquid speaking, it does. It's like you might get Ridiculed. But just like would be a limb stuff is changing, like the fact that if we've been quiet for so long, it's like sorry you all don't want to hear it. But this is what's going to make the change happen. And so I'm so sad of Vanessa had to pass in the horrible manner. She did, But I'm hoping that now for her good looks and where you are Fort Hood. Where you somewhere, So I was up? No. I was stationed in naval station. Yeah, it happens. But about that the Navy had it worse, but apparently short, like They're topping the charts. You know, Brandy. Thank you for your call. Thank you for your service. My pleasure. Thank you for letting us know what's on your mind. All right, Be a beautiful day. Viewers will enjoy life. Big boy's neighborhood.

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"hk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

09:19 min | 2 years ago

"hk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Dot com this app and on QuickTake by Bloomberg news Bloomberg radio now on global news update and has a look at markets right now as you mentioned we are losing this team here as a rapper the trading week here after what has been quite a buoyant week for Asian stocks as well as a global equities the dollar is up already we'll see if that continues in the European session here but as we mentioned before we have seen some of these Asian benchmarks and overheating technical so perhaps we're seeing a bit of consolidation here today the exception though because people are angry there is the P. com MNL up some two percent it's actually one of the best performers globally right now since late last week we're not exactly sure why but it's been about fifty percent since that time frame so certainly the outperformer here today the hang Seng also erasing all the early gains here today as of course it is June fourth there is a town man anniversary and what the government banning that ceremony later on tonight there is a lot of tension in the city here we're here about some candlelight vigils there could be happening but of course also debate that national anthem bill in logical right now and you're on the ten year yield continue to see bond selloff we see that yield back above one percent as that's right wrong like you said the kindle of making a bit of a comeback doll I'm revising ideas losses on the back of the dollar closing at twelve week highs a technical indicators suggesting the dollar is all of us sold yet to date will see that dollar buying continues in the European session Connelly at twelve fifteen off about a tenth of one percent now dollar strength means it relative weakness for other currencies raising the euro a tad weaker the easing after rising for a seventh consecutive session versus the greenback its longest winning streak in almost seventy yes of course we're awaiting that ECB meeting which is expected to announce more steam as investors it's also beginning to see some value in the region's assets with expectations of a faster recovery the Aussie and losing momentum a bit down for ten to one percent sixty eight ninety six are keeping watch on that seventy level that psychological seventeen leveled Chinese you on a ten week up seven at twelve eighty three yeah with rising sunniest tensions of video see by the way not likely to want massive drops in the currency which could impact other currencies like yams here in Asia we had for months and what he did and he says NatWest sees the U. on as an indicator of global sentiment thirty six sixty one running a bit of stuff out of steam here falling from three month highs the focus really on whether or not OPEC will extend its output const sources say Saudi Arabia Russia have a preliminary agreement to pot that's on the condition of the members make those comments as well and if the futures are pointing to a low open down half a percent futures in the U. S. also pointing to a lower open on and tensions in the air again with the trump administration ordering a hold of Chinese airlines flights to the United States in retaliation for American carriers being barred from re entering the mainland market we learned within the last hour that China will in fact he's it's bad on a resumption of U. S. flights to China so another flashpoint potentially for the U. S. and China relations amid disagreements over trade across the virus and the future of Hong Kong slot to get through this guitar chief auditor course once in a while joining us with more assistive what's China doing in response this trump and tell us more it is might diffuse it a little bit of occurred overnight we learned that Donald trumpet issued an executive order suspending passenger flights to the United States by mainland carriers namely air China China southern China eastern and Xiamen airlines that had been still good at carrying out their flights albeit on a limited basis to the United States even though the United States had basically called off all its flights to China as as way back as January but had applied to have the resumption of service by as early as June first China did not necessarily responded that China had allowed some commercial passenger flights from other foreign airlines under what's called a five one policy introduced in March that limited international care is the only one flight a week to China the United States those carriers like delta United and American the big three that do fly to China were not allowed back in at least under that five one policy directive but now we're just learning in the last hour that China is that civil aviation administration says that it will ease that ban on flights to the country by foreign airlines as early as Monday and basically would be reciprocal a one the airline one flight in per week the debate over the national security law Hong Kong continues and some of the biggest companies in the city have back to Beijing tell us more about that so it is B. C. standard chartered in the cross hairs are in the the in the firing line in between the shots being fired of course over this issue of the national security law and and China HSBC you know when was the last of the throughout the last summer of course for freezing at the counselor closing the account that had raised funds for the protest movement of the protesters thought that HSBC was siding with the government however HSBC said it was more for technical reasons they close those accounts but anyway they've kind of kept their head below the parapet even with this national security legislation they did not come out in support or against it and that drew the ire of the likes of the former chief executive of Hong Kong CY Leung who last week came out and said HSBC shame on you I paraphrase because you get about forty percent of your revenue from greater China half your profits from China even though you're based in London so you need to come out and support what Beijing is proposing for Hong Kong even though it is highly controversial of course and it's something that the UK government has been out in front of a saying that they are against however there is a fine tradition by standard chartered to end as well HSBC that was signed we seen the pictures of the agency the agency Peter Huang signing it and again just didn't boil it down to the nuts and bolts I quote we reiterate that we respect and support laws and regulations that will enable Hong Kong to recover and rebuild the economy but again you know for a business here in on conditt doesn't necessarily like do you know does Wade into the political fray it it's a tough decision that they have to make wedded to kowtow to Beijing's wishes or you know actually end up sparking the ire again of protesters dust along the lead protester one of them the face of the movement said it's a vivid example demonstrating how China will use the security law as new leverage for political influence over foreign business community in Hong Kong and you talk about timing it is the anniversary of the Tiananmen crackdown Steve but amassed visual has been banned here in the city are we still expecting protesters to come out today well that's the call for protesters to come out and go to your you're not allowed to go into Victoria park on mass like they've done for the last thirty years then go to your local street corner in your neighborhood and light a candle in commemoration of those who died or were cracked down on the intimate square June fourth nineteen eighty nine it's something that been part of the fabric here in Hong Kong since nineteen ninety when the first vigil happened in tandem are in skews me in Victoria park however it has been banned because the Saudis here saying that it violates this social distancing laws that do not allow groups of larger than eight people to congregate but of course the protesters say and rights groups say the government is using covert nineteen as a pretext to curb the freedom of expression and it's simultaneously it all by the way first of all they also calling for online commemorations but it coincides with the potential passing today and the debate in lets go of the national anthem bill which would criminalize the insulting of the national anthem of China which again raises a lot of concern in the legal community because what is an insult an insult is not necessarily an act it's how someone else perceives something you say or do so it could be open to interpretation obviously and that could possibly fly in the face of the British common law system we have course blander and libel are illegal the freedom of speech is legal so it's it's a it's a the irony is not lost a lot of people that the vessel and the bill could be passed on the anniversary of Tiananmen Square anniversary that has been passed that's right tension simmering away in Hong Kong chief north Asia correspondent Stephen Engle now let's get the first what headlines president trump the first defense secretary has ripped into his former boss saying his response to the nationwide protests is dividing the.

Bloomberg
The Latest: Police negotiators seek to end HK campus siege

Sean Hannity

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

The Latest: Police negotiators seek to end HK campus siege

"House Hong Kong police are planning to send a team of negotiators into a university campus to coax a small group of protesters trapped inside for over a week to surrender the move came after pro democracy politicians who won a landslide victory in Sunday's district council elections call for an end to the police siege at the polytechnic university to let the protesters

Polytechnic University Hong Kong
Stocks stumble as HK bill poses hurdle in U.S.-China trade deal

WBZ Midday News

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Stocks stumble as HK bill poses hurdle in U.S.-China trade deal

"Call we had a sharp turn lower in the last few minutes of the market had already been down I'm concerned that American support for Hong Kong protestors could complicate trade talks with China and now in just the last few minutes we've gotten a Reuters report that completion of a phase one US China trade deal could slide into next year as Beijing presses for more extensive tariff roll backs and the trump administration pushes its own demands right now the Dow is down two hundred ten points to twenty seven thousand seven twenty five about three quarters of one percent the S. and P. down twenty one points about two thirds of a percent to thirty ninety eight and the nasdaq down seventy one points about three quarters of a percent at eighty four ninety eight so markets remain a very nervous about the China trade

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China denies it asked for Morey's firing over HK tweet

Bloomberg Politics, Policy and Power

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

China denies it asked for Morey's firing over HK tweet

"The controversial social media statement from an MBA executive is still creating international tension when Houston Rockets GM Daryl Morey tweeted his support for Hong Kong's pro democracy demonstrators China immediately cancel preseason games and and be a broadcast however NBA commissioner Adam silver talked about what was going on behind the scenes we are being asked to fire him by the Chinese government we said there's no chance that's happening there's no chance for even discipline him meanwhile a spokesman for China's foreign ministry told reporters that no such demand was made by the government there he says the NBA knows better than anyone else how to go about repairing the relationship with the Chinese that we did not offer any specifics at the time one hundred health summit silver said he does regret that strong and lucrative ties between Chinese fans and we NBA have been damaged by the fire

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China denies it asked for Morey's firing over HK tweet

Mark Levin

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

China denies it asked for Morey's firing over HK tweet

"The Chinese government denying the claim they wanted rockets GM Daryl Morey fired over his tweets supporting pro democracy protesters in Hong Kong Chinese foreign ministry spokesman says the government did not tell the NBA to fire mori NBA commissioner Adam silver said earlier this week that he had resisted efforts by China to remove Morsi from power and that he the NBA has no plans to punish

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"hk" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"hk" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"TV ads will begin I think I already have started if others I was looking to find that exact thing out you are on the same wavelength with that on and I think some of those that have already started but you got to know that there will be you know obviously Morris says is as time goes on yeah and does the TV sales people doing cartwheels right I was about to be an election year and it's always it's always a good thing whenever that happens for for folks and radio TV sales are going to have a a big time the ten commission set in their ways dungeon powers from fox news thanks have a great weekend thank seventeen after seven o'clock senator any club richer in south bend mayor judge both went on the offensive in Tuesday's democratic presidential debate mounting an attack mainly against Liz Warren and apparently the aggressiveness paid off for them both candidates report they have raised more than a million Bucks in the twenty four hours after that debate cloture raised one point one million which amounts to nearly twenty five percent of all of the money that she's raised from July through September our campaign chain said it was by far her best day in fund raising to date also gained more new supporters to than any other candidate on that particular day but a judge is senior advisor tweeted that his campaign has raised more than a million Bucks from tens of thousands of donors in the twenty four hours post debate as well and some more traffic to the website than any other day so while they both took in more than a million British is higher than cool picture well but your should say in the poll she's down around two percent she's going to have to take that up and she's expected to participate in the next debate which is coming up on November the thirteenth booted judges already qualified for the next one eighteen after seven o'clock the C. E. O. of Facebook gave a wide ranging speech at Georgetown Thursday and the theme was free speech and how he shouldn't have to decide what's acceptable and what's not his boxes Jessica Rosenthal mark Zuckerberg has said before that he is open to more government regulation and said point blank Thursday he should not be the judge of what is true in a democracy I believe that people should decide what is credible not tech companies which is why he says they do not banned political ads or censor them even if they're inaccurate he says the best way to combat misinformation has been to make sure people are who they say they are focusing on authenticity in verifying counts has been a much better solution than ever expanding the Phoenician of what is and is not harmful contents he says they're setting up an independent oversight board for people to appeal content removal decisions Jessica Rosenthal fox news nineteen after seven o'clock NBA commissioner Adam silver said yesterday the Chinese officials asked the league to fire Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey over his October the fourth tweet in support of the pro democracy protesters in Hong Kong that sent the relationship between the NBA and China into serious turmoil silver said the NBA refused stating at the time he was at the time one hundred health summit NY said quote we said there's no chance that's happening there's no chance will even discipline him silver said the league is already facing quote substantial financial losses because of China's anger over there tweet and in the financial consequences may go on and be fairly dramatic China is the NBA's biggest overseas market silver previously said that he respected the feelings among the Chinese people over the Hong Kong issue but the league was not going to punish players or team personnel for expressing their opinions and their right to free speech twenty minutes after seven o'clock off we go to the highways to the traffic center in.

Adam Silver: China asked for Morey's firing over HK tweet

America's Morning News

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Adam Silver: China asked for Morey's firing over HK tweet

"NBA commissioner Adam silver says Chinese officials wanted Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey fired first tweet supporting anti government protesters in Hong Kong that should read pro democracy protesters the league emphatically dismissed the request S. over also said that the league's already feeling substantial financial losses because of China's reaction to the deleted tweet he's not sure what will happen to the NBA's relationship

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Taiwanese march in support of HK protests

The Sunday Spin: Politics with Rick Pearson

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Taiwanese march in support of HK protests

"Thousands of people marching in Taiwan. sign in support of Hong Kong's pro democracy protests spurred by anti China cries from loud speakers the demonstrators took to the streets of Taipei despite heavy rain and most wearing black also a few donning gas masks symbols of the protests in

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"hk" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"hk" Discussed on KTOK

"Are being smashed in Hong Kong as pro democracy protesters clashed with police. police in riot gear firing tear gas as protesters March downtown defying a police van today's demonstration is one of dozens taking place around the world to denounce Chinese tyranny there's outrage in eastern Afghanistan following U. S. airstrikes protesters claim at least five civilians were killed during an overnight attack the U. S. military in Kabul says the strikes killed eleven Taliban fighters the military did not confirm civilian casualties a man with a knife has been shot and killed in Maryland four people are stabbed in an outdoor shopping mall in Maryland a fifth person is beaten while the suspect was shot dead by police this all happened about fifteen miles outside of Baltimore Saturday afternoon officers say they responded to a loitering complain after a liquor store employee asked a man to leave twice the victims wounds are non life threatening fox's Jackie if Bonnie as police describe the weapon is a hunting style knife with a three inch blade another nation wide pharmacy pulls a popular heartburn medication from store shelves CBS says is discontinuing sales of zantac and generic ranitidine products in response to a report from the FDA that indicated trace amounts of a known carcinogen were found in some of the products CBS says the decision was taken out of caution while the FDA continues to review whether the levels of the organic chemical India may founded the medication pose a health risk zantac another remitted team products have not been recalled and the FDA is not recommending patients stop taking the drug Joe cheer out fox news Walgreens and rite aid had also stopped.

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American Airlines Will Make First Class Classier on Some Jets

Layovers

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

American Airlines Will Make First Class Classier on Some Jets

"American Airlines will tweak its first class products at one in the US. I'm talking domestic mystic first class they will add legroom they will add extra in seat power and they will add some other amenities because passengers complain complain about the product that has started to be retrofitted so I think it started like two years ago a new economy in a new first but the woody cut costs their frequent flyers unhappy so they're saying we're. GonNa go back to a better product for I and other economies Saturday society economy will stay very very very very tight

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"hk" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"hk" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Issues. thirty even worse. when it comes to death and mayhem in this country. the more people who have automobiles and drive in this country. then have. guns. my semi automatic weapons the more people. who drive in have cars and trucks on including in the vehicles in this country and have. XR fifteens. HK forty seven. you're driving a vehicle the way several tons. you can hurt somebody very very badly but if it had more weight. you're more likely to survive. nobody's discussing this and of course. at the democratic debate on Thursday such as it is it's basically a bunch of cheerleading left wing kooks. being spurred on by a bunch a cheerleading leftwing cooks. dressed up as journalists. none of this will be asked. none of it it won't even be broached it's just not going to. and that's why I keep talking about then I broke in on freedom of the press. we don't deal with reality in the media. what you see on TV too often what you hear read. it's not the reality which actually taking place in your lives in your community in your country. it's the laughs social activism progressive agenda it's being forced and everything is measured. laundered through. and explained. through that ideology everything. which is why were always on defense. I'll be right back. van.

HK
Breast Intentions with Mary H.K. Choi

Forever35

15:01 min | 3 years ago

Breast Intentions with Mary H.K. Choi

"Today on my show we have a very special guest a friend of the pod return a return guest Mary H K Choi Welcome Mary Hi. I'm so excited. I was so glad to have you back on the occasion of the publication of your second book the Wii Novel Permanent Record <hes> in last year your book emergency contact which we both loved was a New York Times bestseller no big deal. I mean it very exciting. It's just like one of those findings find existential things <unk> book to what now really but how cool and yeah so. We're so excited that you were able to by the time to do this with us and we are yeah. Let's just like let's get right into it. Let's get into it to kick things off a we are with someone who supports. Dorey in Har Dislike of sheep masks indeed okay here we go stories from California and I'm guessing here most recent episode and I wanted to call in and say story. Thank you so much for getting getting that. You don't make safe masking. I also don't like he's asking and I thought that was the only person I first of all hate that she <music>. You're stupid. I think they're a waste of time and money and I've maybe like one non. She'd ask that is kind of useful that <hes> that creon like watermelon one kind of likes that one but really. I just don't care yeah. I I like doing things I have a wonderful you know nighttime routine and a pretty good daytime routine but I just don't care about sheet nuts uh-huh and I'm so glad that someone else feels that right wonderful to have that bounded on your yourself so much I almost rush whereas condensate of very thinking wow how mary what's your feeling about sheet. Masks just gonNA weigh in because I kind of feel like a bad. Korean like hoppy it. You'll the fatigue are either sheet mask because I have Sony. They're so convenient as gifts and like any time I go to Asia by Slough. Admittedly they kind of go round 'cause they. Just don't use them and that's not something I've ever been -rageous enough to admit so. Thank you dory for getting getting car. Thank you. That's why I'm here so I was put here on this earth leading a movement to help people live their truth. I mean I still like a sheep masks. Can that's fine. I just never think ooh I wanna do thing and then that thing ever like as she masks exactly actly Mary exactly you. Never WanNa put wet tissue on your face for twenty minutes like I know the point. Is it like you should be doing doing that and doing something else but it's like usually when I'm doing some ales which is like more often than not watching TV. I'm just like yeah. I just don't want to be like down. Totally they yeah so. That's all of us just archer. I feel I do feel like I'm going to be like last Korean for admitting to that. It is so we're going to transition with this next email from the face to the breasts <hes> because I did share that scheduled my mammogram and a listener. Weeden they adjusted their first mammogram and they offered some tips summoning among give him a read number one. They are very serious about you. Wearing no deodorant odorant lotions powders etcetera bring a little pouch so you can put on all your favorite beauty items in the dressing room afterward number two. This is the biggest one ask for a curved wbt plate. It's sort of cradles breasts rather than smash them super flat. I don't know if this works as well for smaller breasts but it was much less painful than I thought it would be three. Let the tech nurse or doctor. No if you're nervous they walk first timers through all the time. The woman who did my mammogram was so kind she even tossed my little Medical Medical Cape Over. My shoulders told me I was superwoman for taking care of my health. That's so cute. That is really cute. I'd never heard of a curved play me neither. Have you had a mammogram. May I ask you may ask and I have not and I am just really the people are like how old are you and you literally forget <unk> CIGNA UNLIKE WHOA. You're right like I am fully in my late thirties a need to be getting a mammogram program and so I think I'm GonNa get one but I'm also just really fearful but this is like demystifying the whole ask for curved plate. Thing is great yeah. I never knew this and I think it can be nice in these kind of situations especially medical ones to just I always when I got my blood drawn. I always tell them I get nervous. They get kind of squeamish and they're very kind so I do think being up front with your fears. Yeah you will be met with kindness and respect totally so great tips yeah actually on that like I you know we talked a little bit about binge eating last time I was on and since I'm in recovery for binge eating like Omega eating disorder dismore fiesta and so lately whenever I go to doctor I asked to be weighed <hes> with Mike back facing the numbers. Tell me how much way and they're really cooperative and they're really understanding about most of the time and then that way you just don't have to make you don't have to know the number of it's. GonNa make you crazy for us today. I just want to tell you I love this and I support this. I also so do it. I had a conversation with my doctor and they put it into my chart so it's supposed to alert anytime I go in. It's supposed to say like I don't want to be weighed eight unless it's somehow relevant to William there. <hes> and it's really helpful and I I've. I encourage listeners totally to explore that if that's something when you're thinking about asked us your voice yeah yeah because it's your your health <hes> and I think so. Have you found just the act. Have you gone in and turned around and have them. NFL that that's been a better way for you to approach going to the Doctor The U. N. O. Totally and it just doesn't derail my day like if I have to go and get weighed like x four PM. I'm not sitting there being like but I had lunch and breakfast in I'm I'm wearing clothes in a more difficult it just silences a lot of that math that used to make me so so <hes> just anxious and nervous and like resentful and angry about going to the doctor 'cause it's and sometimes I will like you know <unk> that resentment with just like being too busy or like really really D- prioritizing my health because of all those emotions that are like Ansari to me getting a frigging checkup. Oh Yeah I was I had to go to the doctor recently to get a prescription refilled and they didn't name me. They took my blood pressure but they didn't weigh me and I was Mike. Thank you yeah. There was no reason to weigh me but I just feel like that's now become so standard. Yes you go in for a cold and they're like we're going away. Yeah like why why exactly. Dorey yes shall we read a long email yeah. We're going to switch gears again. Just the gears are switching gears ears are just turning everywhere so we had chatted about hobbies and whether or not we even have them and someone wrote in hobbies versus side. Hustles yes yes and this person wrote him because <hes> they said that are comment about hobbies for the sake of hobbies resonated with me last year on a whim and a need to get out of the house. I sign sign up for a sewing class at our local parks and REC. I wanted to try my hand became address for my daughter didn't know what to expect but I was so pleasantly surprised by the others in the class women my age looking for an opportunity to get out of the house once a week and learn a new skill and she said it was also around this time. I'm that a lot of my clothes weren't fitting me that well anymore. I would get so depressed going to stores and try enclosed that just didn't look right or seem to be made cheat materials that clung in the wrong spots so I I decided to try making a t shirt out of some beautiful organic bamboo Jersey from a local indie fabric shop. There was a lot of trial and error a lot of swearing and although I could see so many mistakes I managed to make something resembling a t shirt and after that I became hooked sewing is not cost effective. It's definitely cheaper to go to old navy and get the same kinds of closed but sewing is a fun challenge for myself. I love being able to pick up beautiful fabrics. I'm proud when I'm wearing the clothes I've made. I love being part of an amazing instagram community immunity that spans the globe and support each other. There is no side hustle. It's simply a hobby that helps me be more mindful of my wardrobe proud of what I'm creating and allow me to focus focus on something other than all the anxiety going on in my brain. There's no pressure to do anything. Finish anything or be the best at anything. I think just doing something creative for the sake of doing it is such a joy and I hope more people discover this love the I knew you would. I love it so much Mary. Do you have a hobby. You know what I also love this email. Actually Emily <unk> busy on mentor Joel sort of like crazy because I'm like very selling a thing right now in there's something about what she was saying about. A supportive instagram community rose just like what does that even Mike Like I. I don't have you know what I actually started doing. I started getting into Tarot cards beautiful about not having to do with anything. I don't share it. I don't really talk about it anywhere and it's just for me and it's like this meditated the thing that I do for a few minutes in the morning afternoon when I'm feeling inclined. It's not monetize Abol. It's not like being graded by other people. It's not going to gain new followers or making aching loose all of that other like noise. Quieting is just really nice and doing something just for you. That isn't it's like a clot is in full. Yeah not clout move not a club yeah. I love that and also not not doing it for like. Dory side-hustle yeah just doing it. I'm not even sure what that feels like. I know I'm ready to learn but yeah is also barrier to entry of being like Oh. What is the audience. GonNa think in like House speaker at every everything else like really sucks the joy out of like a lot of the things that you might otherwise totally enjoy doing yeah feel people get hung up on this with writing a lot and then they find when they're just doing morning pages which are like just for them quote unquote that they're able to write a lot yeah or writing fan fiction. Yeah I mean that is for an audience but a different kind. It's not necessarily surly. MONETIZE and people are very freed is interesting meeting based. It's not just about like that. Excellent outlines just win over everyone else or whatever yeah totally. I would love to know what the sewing community is like on Instagram to what are some hashtags reveal. Oh yourself instagram sewing community. You sound so lovely. You've really do he wanted we wanna we went to observe well. Let's take a short break. Okay okay. We're back and again another a whole new topic to explore this. Were weaving all over the place in this episode. Yes <hes> <hes> I'll read this before it. Do you ever fear that a dream will feel so lifelike and real that you wake up actually doing the thing you were doing in your dream something so mundane and normal like peeing well. It happened to me last night. I'm a thirty something year old grown ass woman and I peed my bed. I've always had this scary combination of vivid dreams and a small bladder and would say that with some frequency. I'm using the bathroom in my dreams. I've been afraid of waking up wet but it's never actually happened until now. Thankfully I woke up as soon as I started to P and stop myself before I had a chance to soak the sheets and mattress but what do I do in case. This happens happens again. I'm afraid to tell my partner because I know he'll be grossed out and I'm too scared to Google this problem for fear that I'll come up quote dry and not find any other adults of this issue issue. I should probably add that. I'm very newly pregnant and can't help it expect my vivid dreams and bladder issues to only get more difficult to manage help. I have not heed my bed but I do have dreams where I am peeing and then and then wake up and I have to apiece. Obama had that too in the dream. I'm like PA but the the feeling in my bladder sock going away and I'm like why is it not getting better then I wake up and and it's and I'm about fifty P. so bad so number one. I think that is totally normal to I would say this happened to this listener one time. It's probably though I understand why it has given you pause I would safe is a repeat thing. Go See your doctor. Talk to your doctor yeah but I feel like one time. You were heavily. You were sleeping heavily. You your newly pregnant so both P and bladder stuff is all John it happened. It's okay yeah. It's fine and you know if you feel comfortable. Maybe just let your partner know yeah total. I don't think it's something to be embarrassed about. I agree with you as far as telling the partner. I think that even like being too scared to Google it because he for fear that you're all alone unlike I agree with you I mean I think that we've all been on that sort of like precipice of like no pun intended of like you know getting up and be like. Oh my God it really desperately need to be going but I think that like being fearful that this is GonNa happen again and that sort of anxiety spiral can sometimes just like plague other other things like sleeping period. I think that just like you know you're only a signature secrets and I think that like telling me. Your

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HK leader says bill withdrawal own decision, not Beijing's

Pat Gray Unleashed

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

HK leader says bill withdrawal own decision, not Beijing's

"Some big news in hong kong. They actually withdrew the extradition bill completely now great before they had just shelled it now. They've announced we've withdrawn it. Hong kong leader carrie lam yesterday announced the formal withdrawal of that controversial extradition extradition pill that really plunged them into chaos for a couple of months now here the bill would have allowed extraditions to mainland china where courts courts controlled of course by the communist party and that triggered all of this unrest and finally they just said okay forget it not don't get enough. I wonder if that's going to be the case. Are they. Just going to continue this. I am and say yeah. That's that's not enough anymore. Now we want china completely wheatley out of hong kong.

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HK leader says bill withdrawal own decision, not Beijing's

Hugh Hewitt

05:39 min | 3 years ago

HK leader says bill withdrawal own decision, not Beijing's

"This morning Carrie lam announced that she is withdrawing that's for the benefit of the Steelers fans out there Pakistan's are pretty smart that's why they know they're in trouble Steelers fans have no clue that they're in trouble Carrie lam is the chief executive Hong Kong appointed by Beijing by a president he and his colleagues and **** out this morning she is withdrawing extradition bill proving once again that the hard things you have to do get harder the longer you wait they don't get easier Mike Gallagher do you think that will be enough to calm the waters in Hong Kong. I actually don't and I'm glad that she recalled the extradition bell but as we've seen the protests have expanded I mean the extradition bill what the spark that lit the fire but it's become about far more than that it's become about the Chinese Communist Party remaking on explicit promises it made when according over Hong Kong was transitioned from the U. K. ET explicitly the promise of universal suffrage allowing all corners to choose who is the chief executive rather than the CZ P. appointing a lackey like Carrie lam and so I actually don't think that this will solve the problem entirely I do hope that it has a calming effect I think the protesters have conducted themselves hello Kelly and I do think ultimately we need to be sending the signal a concert with our allies that any escalation by the Chinese Communist Party would be met with consequences and in the interim I think the CTP but he'll direct Kerr for cracking down on anything Hong Kongers who said they want to protect their relatively free way of life I for example called the US open those ninety I'm responsible for violent protesters interest with actors of the Hong Kong human rights and democracy act which would add to the nineteen ninety two legislation according Hong Kong it's special treatment we should also consider hacking Bargo on China should the situation Holcomb get worse the final thing I want you to connect your two favorite topics Hong Kong and the U. K. I want to commend an article that my good friend and fellow nine eleven war veteran a comp you can have wrote in the Atlantic recently where he proposes a way in which Britain can actually reach out to Hong Kongers you have some claim to British citizenship and the further way of advancing the cause of freedom in Hong Kong I just would demand that article they ever wanted Tom is one of the smartest voices on US foreign policy in the entire world how do you spell his last name. to get at he Eugene E. N. H. A. D. E. I believe that's not that roll off your tongue and so you'll have a link to that now tweeted out I will read that now it seems to me I've had Mike Pompeii a leader McConnell Tom cotton now you have all said the same thing that that protesters have got to be protected it does seem to me they have an opportunity here to go from open hostility to negotiation with the government yeah the secret police don't begin to round them up it seems to me that's what the the free world ought to be asking for is that we will be watching very closely and the leader talked about yesterday amending the Hong Kong bell from years ago if they use this opportunity to arrest and remove leaders of the opposition is that something you're watching Mike Gallagher okay and and that's the one of the consistent demands of the protesters they want to make sure that there's no unnecessary retaliation against people that have taken to the streets in other words you know and I have to resolve the short term but over the long term the G. D. P. yeah really Hey Leslie cracked down on those who took to the street and that's one thing we should all watch close I would think you that if there is any massive crackdown by the U. P. I do think they beat shooting themselves in the foot I mean it's it's ethically can do it yeah our spot because such an event with a rapidly damage the city stature as a reliable and desirable global financial that would be background but that would be equally damaging for China given the unique role that Hong Kong plays in the global financial system so the real question today Caroline is made a major concession one of the five demands of the protesters by withdrawing extradition bill is what do the protesters do next and how do they respond and in my view I don't think. the other scale it back but they ought to very much shined any violence that they ought to maybe go out and celebrate a little bit but also open the op open the door to being taking yes for an answer you make five demand you get to a mere happy right. how to present a great right I mean the seven percent solution Albert on a percent that never heard it it's always the right answer and so and of course your point about not escalating violence I think by and large the protectors of conduct themselves very I not only her Oakley but reserve Italy and I and I commend them for that I had after actually transiting back through Hong Kong and protesters holding hands you know playing together and they really moved by the whole site but of course no escalation to violent but that goes for both sides right we don't want any lack of the CCP tried to stir things up certainly I again I just I I'm glad that everyone from Mike on pale to enter Mitch McConnell can I tell you far lower in the in that sort of on the totem pole and all those people are on the same page and think that the free world needs really need to stand up any potential Chinese aggression

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"hk" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"hk" Discussed on 600 WREC

"There hasn't been any movement that I'm aware of there there are a couple of independent thinking Republicans but they're not they're not many and I don't think they exist on our committee so it's just unfortunate circumstance we need to buy and wait we need we need to ban assault weapons too but that's a problem with defining what there are fifteen the HK forty seven exactly what it is I think they did at the Brady bill and and we that would be that eventually we'll get to that too yeah eventually we'll get to that today well he's he's honest about that right we're gonna get see that we're gonna we're gonna be in all these guns it we're gonna get to it don't worry where we're gonna get to it five three five eight nine seven three two five three five nine seven three to the eight hundred number one eight hundred four seven four eight nine seven three two I get some of your phone calls in here get your reaction to this and you're with the president had to say their you also heard what Democrat that it see cone had to say you know he says well we we got it we gotta get rid of these things and of course they say over and over again the same thing over and over and over again they say the same thing the majority of Americans don't want these things on the street I disagree I think the majority of Americans realize we have a mental health issue more than we have a quote gun issue we have background checks in the majority these people if we were to pass these laws Democrats want we're not a stop any these recent mass shooters were to stop them they're passing a law in advocating for a law that would have had no bearing on the shootings that took place I want you to think about that five three five eight nine seven three two five three five nine seven three two one eight hundred four seven four nine seven three two your reaction to this I get breaking news Democrats now saying that the majority of Americans clearly are in favor of banning they are fifteen that guns are like them do you believe that five three five nine seven three two seven Ferguson show six hundred to be are you see in ninety two point one FM this.

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"hk" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

05:16 min | 3 years ago

"hk" Discussed on World News Analysis

"Have even a brighter tomorrow welcome back to rhode today a french and russian presidents emmanuel macron and of latimer pudding on monday upgrades changes in ukraine had lost her the chances of peace in the country received by the two presidents clashed on syria micro who hosted shooting at his summer residence in southern france made clear he wanted to keep contacts with moscow osco alive on a range of issues despite us barreling tissues between russian and the west for more on this joining us on the line stretching door our chief current of fierce. There's commentator so it seemed to a what's your major takeaway from micro and putin's meeting well. I think it's useful <hes> summit meeting pitching the two leaders <hes> in particular <hes> for france <hes> because i think there's understanding to like eight on on russia. We'll be in <hes> at the doorstep will be on neighbor. <hes> you can choose either <hes> confrontation function or even belichick conflicts with russia or another way you can choose to establish a workable a steady religious but with russia which is <hes> <hes> indispensable indispensable player in the global politics <hes> so i think full european countries in general in the rule for you particular russia france transparent <hes> right now the are in a sense on their own so the u._s. You know because of the fees <hes> to what nato the u._s. and other issues having polos with european the impacts the u._s. that okay you can protect yourself if you like <hes> in addition to that there is <hes> ah economic <hes> paris threatened to by donald trump all french wine and other products from the european game at the same time <hes> <hes> that you he's also facing the threat of <hes> complete uncertainty from possible brexit in <hes> in in less than two months off to go so i think the full that europe uni in particular big member in the european the inference the need to to spend up and it's just all the problem by themselves focus. I'm pulled at least to <hes> less than the tension <hes> and to improve their relationship with russia russia focused on over issues like <hes> like ukraine and iran syria and all the issues we know the relationship between russia and france was undermined in two thousand fourteen over crimea and also the conflict in dombi which led to the adoption by the european union of sanctions against russia so how significant significant of the meeting between the two are they friends foes or both well. I would say in a sense you both <hes> because foil. The issue <hes> is properly. We call it like a color revolution. The independence square <hes> protest demonstration audition <hes> mostly used to get organized even by state and then you have a regime change <hes> falling bad that you have a computer kyoto's ukraine over the pasta full five years <hes> very little has been achieved <hes> e- ukraine unfortunately and <hes> <hes> the u._s. impose the sanctions late because of the columbia an exhibition by russia and then also the european union to do <hes> to follow suit <hes> but for the european union <hes> these for more than washington because there's little tweets between washington and moscow whatever thanksgiving's almost go <hes> the u._s. suffer very little <hes> but for the european union in particular for big countries like germany and the friends they do a lot of business ways russia <hes> if they follow the fence enclosed as of late <hes> they would have stopped for <hes> to a great deal and so that's why <hes> the always different opinions we the european union opposing the actions imposed by the european almost <hes> because they see no benefits of form and despite all the thanks to the pasta full five years. Nothing has been achieved <hes> you you ukraine crisis remains there <hes> columbia issue remained there and resolved <hes> so i think it's time for the european if they are smart enough enough to rethink their policy toward russia whether they are going to continue to follow the steps of washington all <hes> they want to show some degree of independence in their foreign policy in their policy toward moscow but because i'm going to take the lead to stop negotiation with moscow go and <hes> and also evolved ukrainian. Try to solve the problem in europe by the european <hes> what do you make of the timing ahead of the upcoming g seven 'cause the the pair boasts expressed optimism.

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"hk" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"hk" Discussed on World News Analysis

"It really pulls things together in a very very large area and it gives you the ability to the have the services financial services professional services in manufacturing all within one cluster so that's very different for instance than let's say hong kong where it's mostly. There's not a lot of actual manufacturing going on there and done so the plan says the new lincoln section will match the standard of the most competitive free trade zones worldwide so give us some examples of the successful competitive fruit results in the world and what needs to be done in a new area to bridge the gap and realizes go globally the most successful example must be shenzhen but we know a lot about it <hes> and one example. That's getting excited. A lot recently is dubai jebel ali of tv <hes> because that was somewhat similar to the lean guide example dan pull it came out <hes> from their remote area along the coast and the beauty of it took about a decade also similar to the lincoln situation and from the nineteen nineties on this area has attracted many businesses <hes> investments and they almost the difference of flexibility and scope the law <hes> so this area can be a good example and now contributes about thirty percent local g._d._p. For dubai and then gone has similar condition so i never saw give us some examples of the competitive free trade zones in the world and do you expect to see some breakthrough suic- policies related to talents were taxation while others spurred the development of linka well. I mean the answer. The last part i <hes> what they're aiming to do is bring in talent. <hes> tax breaks and have the infrastructure there. This is part of how china approaches these things. They like clustering so they get all of the things they want to happen. They put them closely together and they're hoping that through the connections that new ideas new products new services will evolve off because they say look we're going to put all the sandbox all the toys there go there and figure something new out so in terms of success you know if if you went back to the mid eighties there virtually just a few <hes> you know free trade economic zones and things like that today there over four thousand five hundred around the world they employ <hes> twenty fifteen numbers. They were putting out <hes> eighty four billion dollars in exports employing sixty six million. What's interesting about that. Is that ah forty million of that sixty six in twenty fifteen was in china so china has been a really the pioneer in this area. The very uh-huh beginning one was a kind of a free-trade zone that was arranged jointly between singapore and china and that was outside of shanghai and it did very well in a kind of set this new model which china has not only replicated but we're fighting over time so when you start looking around the world old <hes> agree with one down there are all sorts of them. They have different attributes depending on what the local situation is for instance u._s. Down south texas. A lot of them are concentrated around the oil industry in essence really they provide tax breaks to these companies. <hes> people always like talk about ah but that's really what it does. <hes> south korea has been famous because they have been very successful at getting local suppliers to <hes> ashes be part although they're not in the free-trade zone they supply into the free trade zone and they've helped a lot of things grow there but it's it's a very dynamic comic <hes> process but the problem is you can't just say i'll give you something for free really has to be some benefits in terms of employment and all the rest of the stuff otherwise wise you know there's no point having these and so i know the gunman's go is for the new district to facilitate overseas investment and capital flow and to realize the free free flow of goods so tell us what could be done when need to be done to facilitate overseas investment and capital flows well. I think i think they're doing it. I mean you re remember. We were talking.

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Bangladesh And United Nations discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

00:10 sec | 3 years ago

Bangladesh And United Nations discussed on World News Analysis

"Bangladesh will work with the united nations food fugit agency to determine of more than three thousand four hundred refugees will accept me and mars offers to return home

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"hk" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"hk" Discussed on KTRH

"The gunman was armed with a semi automatic rifle similar to the popular HK forty seven and several handguns some reports said at least one hundred shots were fired a swat team rescue the officers and three suspects by stealth without the gunman knowing they had entered the home The Philadelphia Inquirer says the suspect has a history of guns drugs and assault convictions another massive point swing on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average posted its largest decline this year and government bond markets said a fresh warning about the risk of becoming recession the Dow industrials tumbled eight hundred points or three percent led by sharp declines in economically sensitive industries such as banking and manufacturing weak data out of Germany and China added to concerns that the biggest economies around the world which less than two years ago were growing in sync are now struggling as the effects of the trade war become more pronounced traders now fear those woes could spill over to the US JJ Kinahan is chief market strategist at TD Ameritrade if you are selling stocks right now in looking what should I do with my money you're probably at the moment what I wanna look shorter term so that you can make decisions maybe and thirty or sixty days rather than in a year or two city group one of the most internationally active US banks dropped five point three percent in trading while Boeing and the airline giant slip three point seven percent putting it in negative territory for.

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At Gilroy Garlic Festival vigils, residents pray for peace

Gary and Shannon

01:15 min | 3 years ago

At Gilroy Garlic Festival vigils, residents pray for peace

"Previous a vigil has been held in Gilroy for those killed and hurt in a shooting at the city's famous a garlic festival we know that the residents of your will come together grow stronger through this will be better because of it not better because of it two children and a young man were shot to death Sunday by nineteen year old who ended up getting shot and killed by police cop say it looks like the shooter fired into the crowd randomly twelve people were injured they also say the gun that was used in the shooting was an HK forty seven variant but did not have a switch to go fully automatic like a machine gun the gun was purchased legally in Nevada but taking a California illegally they say they still don't know what motivated the killer investigators are looking into the teens social media posts for clues minutes before the shooting he posted on Instagram information about a book from the nineteenth century which claims a race determines behavior some of this may be driven by in his mind this imbalance that white supremacists believe is going on where the white part of the population is losing ground ABC's Brad Garrett says the shooting at people in a mass way is a huge power surge and has something that it is something someone dies because they themselves feel

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Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting leaves at least 4 dead

John McGinness

09:22 min | 3 years ago

Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting leaves at least 4 dead

"Day a beautiful day it is and we start out of course with that with sad news once again a of twisted individual has done set the unthinkable but I do want to just discuss this a bit for the purpose of putting things in context I'm in I think it's important to do this and and frankly every time something of this nature comes UP I remind myself and I encourage others to think of it and process it in a similar fashion it goes without saying it's a foregone conclusion that the person ninety to nineteen years of age nineteen that in the world you muster and the mass so much hatred in your life by the age of nineteen is is that it's amazing to me I don't understand that if you look at the the opportunities that exist in our society right now there's plenty to complain about if you don't like the way things are going I understand that but there is all are also just abundant opportunities to live a good life and there are so many chances for people to excel in this wonderful society but for whatever reason he couldn't get there are so it appears and he identified with that very very very old book relative to white supremacy and hatred and vile fought and that apparently you think it's risen reasonable to suggest or infer that that was the other bases upon which he developed this hatred and active in the matter which she did and of course that they the victims on this thing it truly yeah it's it's it's heartbreaking to think about other people lost here so here's here's the story there about a hundred thousand people who attended this weekend long event than they do most years has been going on for a while in Gilroy full disclosure I'm not a garlic fan so I couldn't get far enough away from the place but yeah it's a it's a nice family that is sort of gathering and pleasant people and it said opportune for them to showcase your community and something unique about their community to wit garlic and that is something that there there is a market for obviously people like it people live go out of their way to get it and that what what's not to like about it said there there are charities whose purposes are well served by this event it's a it's a community event it's something to bring people together and it does appear as though the Gilroy police department and their colleagues from the surrounding area have worked rather diligently to ensure that if the unthinkable happens they were prepared to intervene and stop the of the path of carnage before things got to the unthinkable level so in this particular incident appears as though eight three add three people now are confirmed dead at three innocent victims that includes a six year old boy which is just absolutely just just a heartbreaking thought you think a little kid out there with his parents and think what it has done to them and that if it is unreasonable as it is they will feel some level of guilt for this and they shouldn't twelve more have been injured it's one of those people is in critical condition at Santa Clara valley Medical Center the spokesperson for the Medical Center said their patients are between the ages of twelve and sixty nine years the suspect to our will not to identify on the air waves because he's not worth it is not worthy of it he was nineteen years of age and he was fatally shot by police within about a minute of his opening fire the giveaway police chief Scott Smith he said the shooter was armed with an HK forty seven you often times here today K. forty seven people tend to go there when maybe it's not maybe it's in their fifteen platform but it sounds like they are calling this an A. K. forty seven Instagram post bearing the name of the suspect mention as a white supremacist I and a reference book added and showed a picture of people walking around the event shortly before the shooting began it's I find that interesting I would still unknown is the motive and they're working diligently to find out what the motive may be and it's been but I think it's very very difficult if not impossible to try to get inside the head of somebody who's predisposed to engage in this kind of activity it just for the life of me who in the world would have an axe to grind against people who choose to go to a festival of this nature yeah there's all kinds of of things people do that are found one another but but people going out with their families having a nice time on a on a nice weekend I just doesn't rise to that list but one of the things I want people to think about then this case you had one there's there's some there's some possibility there may have been too involved but only one shooter so you have one person who did the unthinkable at one person who'd graphically displayed as the epitome of evil that the worst possible trade the worst possible behavior that a human being can display to to develop such tremendous animus towards others and act on that animus in a way that is life ending of innocent people to include a six year old boy that's the the it just does not get any worse than that it doesn't but the counter that you had people who recognize what he was and what he had by way of potential if in fact he had an HK forty seven and I suspect it's true and he I understand he did magazine changes during the course of his his shooting you have police officers who were there who who are trained and understand not only they trained and prepared to to engage with somebody who's involved and and that kind of behavior but they also have sufficient training and knowledge and background understand the potential futility of their efforts that that's virtually a suicide mission regardless of your marks person skills I had to go up against a person so incredibly well armed and having the ability to do magazine changes with rapid fire if you go up against a person with armed with a handgun that's incredible that is a I defy you to come up with a better illustration of valor and then what they displayed so people who are willing to insert themselves into this equation with the trial against tremendous odds it you know if in the movies you might think no big deal he's got a gun I got a gun I can take him out but they get these guys know and gals remember it was they know absolutely positively unequivocally that they are sufficiently significantly out gunned and the likelihood the the the legitimate evidence based likelihood of them surviving that is not on their side so I'm I'm not saying this because our police officers but they're human beings who personified good in the face of evil and there's no doubts at countless stories of others who behaved in how Rourke self was ways so as as it disheartening as it is S. is maddening is saddening as it is to think about this twisted person engaging in this kind of contact and and leaving significant Linda amount of loss your reversible loss deaths of human beings to include the very young in his wake it is you just think my god how could we possibly have somebody living among us who is who is so so incredibly evil but I encourage you to think about the juxtaposition the balancing effect of that when you to consider the people there who were engaged in an enormous overt conspicuous acts of selfless valor so it is I think worthy of note in it might possibly help people I understand the the kind of balancing of fact that society is not a loss we're not all horrible and in fact the evidence of of incredible good in the face of evil is is very very real yeah and I'm sure without knowing the details without having gotten any information other than what's been published I would be willing to bet that it wasn't just the officers that were there who engage in such incredible valor but no doubt others who stepped into harm's way a to protecting shield and help evacuate other human beings who were in a band that have portable position so when you think of what could have happened when you think of that what the potential was what no doubt what his desires were he is in his being the gunman the fact that the the death toll up one is unacceptable but it but relatively low in the context of what it could have been I am a corsair conversations and comments and questions about detectors another screening at this kind of an event I don't know how you know are realistically if a person is bent on getting in there understand he may have breached a fencing gotten through so that that's yeah I I think trying to hard the target to the extent it can be done is is fine but it also if that's there if you have that present it also is a kind of a signal for somebody who's inclined to behave in a manner which this guy did that if you are armed and you get in there you're likely going to be the only one armed well he was not the only one arm they were good people there there were armed equipped trained and the and willing to engage them he's dead they're alive so it's not as horrific as it could

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Dark Web vs. Deep Web

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

06:39 min | 3 years ago

Dark Web vs. Deep Web

"Into that let's get into the dark web because the dark web is shocking will tell you about that in just a moment but first there's the World Wide Web that's what all of issues you know W. W. W. you're on the worldwide web then there's the deep web and the dark web is not the deep web the deep web is any part of the internet that is it discover a bull by search engine I think that's the best way to say it yeah so for example you're on your banking site and you log in if you've navigated to a specific location on line that particular place online that is your account is not served up in Google results you go to your health care provider and you want to see the results of your last lab test that's not going to show up on on a Google search or whatever surgeons you're using so that is the deep web so we got the worldwide web the deep web I hope I I hope I'm doing you know your yeah you're you're you're putting it in the picture together perfectly then you've got the dark who had been this is I mean these are the blackest of waters folks the dark net the dark web this this is the peer to peer network whereas with this is this is where you find the kind of market places that ply their trade in illicit wearers these are basically hidden crime bazaars they can only be accessed through special software that obscures one's true location on line it's real this is not how good it if the I would say Katie I'll get your take on this I would say the dark web's much much larger than the W. W. W. dot web well you know that there there's a picture that goes around it's like the tip of the iceberg as the W. W. W. realm and then it that giant piece that you can't see above water and that's the rest of the internet it's the dark web so the dark web if you're on the dark web if you're using a crypto currency to do business that's what you do it's not you know it's not the dollars and cents it's a crypto currency and because there's so much money to be made on the dark web both legitimate and illegitimate are using these crypto currencies the one you've heard of probably is bit coin bit coin what did you say one bit coin is worth now ninety five hundred Bucks so crypto currencies these are decentralized virtual currencies that run on peer to peer computer networks big coin the largest the most traded so the crypto currency is digital it's a digital for money there's no central bank there's no central repository the money flows in and out of the system through the use of users computers it went you know as I think about it remember Napster Napster's going back but this is Napster was unique because you could trade MP three songs and videos here it only lasted a few years late nineties early two thousands that's exactly how crypto currency works your currency transactions are verified using super high powered computer equipment and it's all done on the dark web now this is the shocking part is Katie and I've gone there didn't purchase anything we just looked around and it was one of the creepiest experiences that I've ever been a part of I mean we're right here in the studio name a place on the internet where you can purchase a hit man for crying out loud yeah this was not a joke now and and and HK forty sevens and heroin I mean you name it you can buy it there it's a whole the hit man thing was again you're thinking come on this is it this is a joke no it was this was for real it was for this is that the types of drugs that are easily found and purchased on the dark web all the purchaser needs is a cryptocurrency use the big corn you get an address to ship your drug of choice and of course you need the computer smart phone and once you find what you want you literally click and by and proceed to check out just like you're on Amazon it's just it it's wild the way that this it and it's so easy to access it's so easy once you I mean once you I mean you can look at a you tube video how to access the dark web and I'll take you through it so you've got you've got the drugs and you've got the sax and you've got they they hit man and what's what's amazing is with the drugs you can have these drugs discreetly shipped directly to your home the U. S. P. S. literally they're using the postal service for this yep you can get all the stuff guaranteed delivery within twenty four hours this is how Fenton all comes in and out of the country major driver of the current opioid crisis in America it's all happening via the dark web where they'll legal firearms come from yeah I'm sure the FBI you know they they're not dummies they're getting involved but again this is such a dark and creepy part of our our world four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred I'd love to hear from you about this four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred but police agencies you know there trying to get involved because well is it and and and the other thing that Steve Steve you must which was making with us earlier tax attorney not all crypto currency users are criminals I have to make that clear but there is a lot of crypto currency involved in various crimes and that's was just absolutely shocking so it's a part of our world that is gaining in popularity and it's a part of a world that stinks I mean it's just putrid

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Sudan talks to resume soon as opposition halts strikes, says mediator

World News Analysis

05:06 min | 3 years ago

Sudan talks to resume soon as opposition halts strikes, says mediator

"Protests. Military leaders in Sudan have agreed resumed talks. Anythi OPN, mediator says, separately an opposition alliance agreed to suspend this campaign of civil disobedience and widespread strikes the army which has been in control since President, Omar Ashir was ousted in April has agreed to release polit-. Ical prisoners. The protesters are demanding return to civilian government talks broke down after dozens of protesters were killed in a crackdown on a city in early of this months since then much of the country has been shut down after the opposition open in strike for more on this. We are now joined on the line by home paint, senior research, fellow of the institute of West Asia, and African studies at Janis academy of social sciences. So Dr her a what led to this breakthrough and what makes the military council and opposition groups agreed to to resume the talks. Wow. This survey for leading for the bricks release, because many council and Auburn for position panties, they cannot have re upon like eventually the transitional in terror is a constant what kind of presentation coming from. Before they're saying often is the foam a fifteen person a member. There's kind of a crisis. My personal this. Council and seven coming from like the note of saving inside a coming from the military side by the ministry side, saying they will be inside. They'll be ahead of this conflict over inside of, you know, they didn't have break did a great. So this does eventually I think, becoming a leading for to miss Mississauga in the break-up of this talk. And now think that resume costs. So what happened is because the lots of nationalization goes on that the AU especial avoid like the labor country opium. Fi minister, despite the IB also traveled to the not Saddam playing to bring them together to bring them to issue. All these offers. The new idea, how to reach their for international also goes up after being assessing the open fire for the people so testers cost a lot of tests, so especially much. So that's why now they both play now that to to the talk. It will ask me the military civilians, they actually had agreed on a deal on a three year transition period on the fifteenth of may litter. The military just decide to scrap all those agreements. So what kind of deal could be struck as they return to talks this time? Are well on the talk actually feel goes to how shared his power both sides. And I suppose for the mini Terry concept they have already in touch, all the power now they're they also travelled, the like Amini, Terry the transitional either. They traveled to surrounding the neighboring county, even traveled body and Saudi also seems that these two so all those leaks labor. They agree upon to suppose for many concert now in so this same confidence, not the heath up any real power. So this opposition, this contact so happy, they also, you know, backstop from the, the people support, the best time from this, and I suppose and the media suppose though they wanted to come with the five whistles a. The first round of whiskey lay and then around the wrong. So that's the. Lease it will Sudan contributes military to the Saudi effort in Yemen, and his military leaders have gotten some support from Saudi Arabia, and will, so the United Arab Emirates. So what is at stake for those rational powers as they seek to protect their interest in Sudan. Oh, yes. Especially in the race in the years, this the Middle East other big powers, like Saudi UAE, and I to amorous, they all have, you know, increasing interesting on and when they're building their I like together to come from with Iran. That is Iran now has been causing the biggest threat of Assadi for three and the sole, they want your mind to the mall this, you know, the I like this thing in there.

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HK exchange brushes off investors snub over dual-class shares

Bloomberg Daybreak

01:03 min | 4 years ago

HK exchange brushes off investors snub over dual-class shares

"Flash and i'm karen moskow a bit of a mixed picture for equities this morning us stock index futures are higher with us and p futures up two points dow futures up forty one and nasdaq futures up fifteen while european stocks little change or the dax in germany up a tenth of a percent the cac in paris it'll change footsie100 down about two tenths percent here's an asia declined today after mixed economic data out of china bloomberg's sophie kamarudin reports from hong kong chinese largecaps fell for the first day in three with financials and materials weighing the most on the mainland while developers dragged the most on the hang seng and xiaomi fell as much as nearly ten percent as china bars mainland investors from buying stock among dozens of others by the hong kong trading link in an effort to curb capital outflows to e surged after the us lifted a ban on the chinese telco with a hate shares climbing as much as eighteen point six percent in hong kong so become ridden bloomberg daybreak sophie thank you today we are looking for a report on retail sales at eight thirty wall street time along with empire manufacturing business inventories are at.

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