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"harriman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"17 a up in Harriman State Park going to see some Billy's thereby The Woodberry tolls as you make your way up towards that area are next Traffic update in less than 10 minutes on WCBS. We check the five day forecast with meteorologist Damn Patoski. For the rest of today, It will be less humid, and yesterday we'll have clouds in some breaks of sunshine. The high 84 partly to mostly cloudy Tonight 67 the low in midtown, many suburbs, dipping down to closer to 60 That a cloudy and cooler day tomorrow some light rain and drizzle around the high Just 75. Partly sunny and warmer Monday will be a shower thunderstorm around during the midday and afternoon. The high 79 sunshine and Nice on Tuesday High 83 Clouds and sunshine Wednesday, the high again reaching 83. 75 degrees now in the city, 76 New High Park 75 in Scarsdale, 75 in Long Island City. 10 20 at WCBS. This year marks the 75th anniversary of the end of World War two. And on this day 75 years ago, Japan surrendered the formal documents would be signed some 18 days later. Our Sean Adams continuing our series, but some members of the greatest generation 99 year old Armando Chick Galella, from Sleepy Hollow served for the entirety of World War two. Crossbar with full of smoke and ships with the ships were in a baby. Call hours a horseshoe on boats and ships with a knowledge It was devastating. We.
Ravens to sit Lamar, other starters vs. Steelers?
"A stupid here we go from yesterday thirty nine just to sell checks in with pressure coming Jack to party down to see so you go Willmar doing it again of course now the big question gentleman yes the debate roles sure the ravens who have procured and secured hold build advance for the entire AFC playoffs and did good and obviously they won their division they play the Steelers next week do they play Lamar and mark Ingram or not in fact you play your starters not because if they don't then you have an open week and he doesn't play for three weeks essentially before the playoffs resume you played sparingly what you do is you blame sparingly you do like the pre season you get like the first five ten snaps and maybe intermittently as need be in them I'd say Lamar don't run well I mean easy you just plain sparingly apartment there's literally nothing to play for this last week for the radish wonder if it's hard to knock off right for for the Steelers weight was rose I think still isn't running still I thought they were still in the running with with Tennessee for the final wild card spot is that why don't they get that by the fact though if Tennessee loses to Houston yep yeah my heart so so they are playing for something I mean right now it's looking like it's gonna be the ravens in the saints in the Super Bowl and wrestling catastrophic happened the other cabbie out to this the question comes in Lamar is right now the leading vote getter probably to win the MVP should he take a day off that may not be that he still can't have repeated it all right one what a acted with malice he still get me of knowledge because I didn't the year that Peyton manning wanted didn't he what he in that same situation and didn't he basically fell in week seventeen and nobody batted an eye at it right now you're looking at right now you're super bowls going to be the ravens in the saints unless something crazy goes off the rails and so one of those are you know you're not impressed by the forty Niners beating the saints down in the the doll now now it's forty nine were right in the same tune I watch I watch the saints in Titans yesterday in that same theme is the real deal I mean you got you got drew Brees breaking records all over the place what's his name the cat they just broke the receiving record he broke up Harriman's record you know is this the saints are clicking on all cylinders right now right you know what would be a really it would take a lot of a bizarre circumstances to get to this okay it's so you say it is saints ravens and then something happens to drew Brees in minutes teddy versus Lamar would be funny well that it but honestly I hate to say this about that ex that he did a phenomenal job formed in the regular season right right now seems lose breeze I mean teddies good is great well no visible quality great get them where they need to be I don't know I wish because I like to have a soft spot in my heart for teddy because it's flea think the same problem is their defense of Friday and they don't have the they don't have the where with all to be a couple teams on on the way to the Superbowl but that's just me I just say I do too and I've got a soft spot for teddy because I mean honestly let's let's admit it's it's easy to be a big fan of Lamar Jackson's and your whole nations ride his right but you know teddy really blazed a trail in teddy didn't get nearly the credit he deserves in this town for what he did for love it's well that's the I mean written for Lamar bringing out your ravens Jersey that's the sexy thing to do that's the trendy in thing slowing fruit for the sports media right but you know teddy story is phenomenal he gets nowhere because everybody had all the Vikings jerseys and then the minute teddy got hurt those all went away in a few people had a Saint's Jersey Tate and I'll tell you didn't want the love he he don't need his studies we as attendees content with yes but he's awesome I got a soft spot for ten in the same absolutely I mean you know what the boat the best part about all this is is it finally we could stop talking about the patriots well maybe I mean they're still there to eleven wins this year yeah no but that jailbreak conversation that doesn't involve the patron I thought no way they were going to be buffalo yesterday and you know what will happen is in in if the ravens go on this and they start creating a dynasty I guarantee you in about ten years will be having the same conversation about the ravens good that because that's what we do I mean we just hate teams that are good I I've seen it every decade no but I can live with the ravens
"harriman" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Take some questions from the audience at the the lights will come up that there's some folks are going with the Mike or two so if you would raise your hand if you have a question this question is at your right in the very front of the orchestra hi thank you I am when he was dating Diane swear I didn't realize that Herman was a hero of his so was Pamela Harriman his was Diane Sawyer his Pamela Harriman equivalent I mean to be crude about it he was a star for her off and he spent seven years trying to make Diane Sawyer want to spend her life with him and at the end of it she was so exhausted that she ditched him for Mike Nichols who made her laugh and allowed her to relax this whole work never allowed her to relax he was also friends with Pam Harriman because the Harmons were one of those grand Washington couples that he would attach himself to in order to rise I also think he just enjoyed her company they were similarly shameless you could say they both conducted their lives with a kind of I don't care what you think naked ambition that other people would have been more careful to sort of cover up and hide it so in each other I think they found sort of on house broken partners although I don't think they actually had an affair he was just fascinated by people who are connected to history so if one of his girlfriends happened to be like the great great great great granddaughter of John Jay that would count for Holbrooke that meant a lot to him and that girl friend actually asked him when he proposed marriage to her he happened to still be married to his first wife so she was a bit taken aback and and and she stall for time and said how do you see yourself in five years and he said as the next Henry Kissinger and this girlfriend actually knew Kissinger quite well and broke the relationship off right then but he he was he he was attracted to yeah to the names the stars I love that Henry Kissinger who I didn't think it was possible for me to live more of but you did it said a a full Brooklyn he's the most vapors that word yeah the most vipers man.
Cruz hits 3 homers, Twins beat White Sox 10-3
"Here Minnesota Twins have been hitting homers at a prolific rate this season five more launched a guaranteed rate field last night the route of the white Sox tend to three Nelson Cruz had three of the homers all off of Lucas G. lido and mistake pitches to the twins as Rick Renteria we're going to leave the arbitration the club that's a very aggressive at the plate has been for most of the season swing the bat to come in from the back very well after this last a week or so so you got to execute and you know believe which is our workplace for these guys and a pretty good swings in Harriman and today they did crews became the tenth player in major league history to come up with the three Homer game after turning thirty nine G. illegal eleven and five with a
"harriman" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Traffic troublespot somebody or something blocking the offramp westbound fifty F Jefferson Boulevard. So keep an eye out for that. And we'll keep an eye out for more traffic coming up at four twenty on KFI just ahead on the KFC K after noon news. We'll check your money with John Lockwood retina government, shutdown causes a five hundred point swing in. The Dow today we'll have more on that story in a final marker wrap up here in five minutes. Plus coming up in the news picket lines went up in front of the Sacramento county. Superior court buildings today is hundreds of employees are on strike. It's all ahead in the next fifteen minutes on NewsRadio KF vk. A freeways getting a little heavy traffic from the people you trust news at the top. And bottom of every hour every every ten minutes mornings and after every day, NewsRadio KFB ninety three point one FM in fifteen thirty. I was one raised in Santa Rosa, California home for me is Seattle Washington come up at eight o'clock in the morning every single day. I might go to bed. I usually jam how Iran life with kids and working TV news can be interesting. And so, but we are dedicated to them people are coming to you for information day in and day out always to the people that you're telling the stories about to tell it properly, Eric Harriman, and Nikki Lorenzo weeknights on FOX, forty news at five six and ten. Hi, it's kitty, and I had the privilege recently to visit with some of the residents at eschaton. I asked them what age is beautiful meant to them. I think when people age they have these wonderful smile lines, and they're smarter and they're loving their faith grow and love brings out a beautiful.
"harriman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And I'm Karen Moskow US stock index. Futures are falling this morning, while shares are little changed in Europe. As investors digest signs that US China trade tensions are set to persist. We check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg s&p futures are down about thirteen points. Dow futures down ninety nine NASDAQ futures down fifty three the Dax in Germany is done about a tenth of a percent ten year treasury down six thirty seconds. The yield two three point. Oh, eight percent. And that's Bloomberg business flash. Tom and Pam, Sharon. Thank you so much. We've been four x light today, and we really want to dive back into that. And we can do that best with Brown brothers Harriman win thin joins us this morning. Head of currency strategy and foreign exchange at Brown brothers Harriman, Dr thin good morning to you. Let me begin with a base. Call for two thousand nineteen a wide set of opinions at Bloomberg surveillance on. Dollar weakness. Dollar strength dollar range-bound dollar ambiguity, which is. Well, thanks again for having me. Tom Sawyer pressure. Am I right now I'm sticking with my strong dollar call up until about a week ago. I was extremely confident because the market had had. See meeting as a hawkish signal from the fed but the country so last week. Down South American out. I'm shocked at how quickly the sentiments turned Marcus taken back. A rate hike from the fed and got into a more toughish take again amazing speed over the last week. I think that the reaction in the fed funds futures market. The financial Mark has overdone. I think the fed will continue to hype next year but market right now is in a consolidation phase until we clear up this this really quite muddy waters. Now, you know Winston I look at the cover of your fourth quarter report, the global overview and the title is thorny issues threatening foreign exchange in Q four, and it looks terrifying on the cover it's red with thorns. I mean, I don't know where you cut the roses. But all I see are stems and thorns what are people going to hurt themselves on this. What do you think they're gonna do that's going to be changed because of the way the market really operates? Yeah. I I didn't choose the picture. But I think it's like something out of American horror story. It is fighting face down on my desk. I we point out this came out at the the NFL timber and it's coming through. Now, we've got Brexit. Total chaos. We've got Italy muddying the waters that US trade tensions threatening a global trade. Those things all I think will remain in play well into next year. That's it's not going away soon. I think to me that the problem is getting a deep the risk of our not Brexit have risen significantly high levels. I think there's a risk that Italy will be mentioned by the U for six deficits. And I think the US and China will will eventually reach an agreement, but not until there's more pain salt. And I think that's that's more. I want you to story q one q two and all that is the degrees of freedom of the fed has particularly versus other central banks. One of your great terms. Dr thin is a focus on emerging markets. I mean, are they all going to be constrained by emerging market dynamics? Or do they act is they will an emerging markets. Follow on. Into the set pasta making its first foremost gun for the state of the US economy. Fficials benefits are done. They realized their repercussions. But when all said and done you'll barring some sort of triggering a global financial crisis. The fed is basically saying look, you guys you guys EM benefit from our low rates for for years and years we're taking that back because the US economy is is on track. And I'm gonna have to deal with it. To me, the basic message. That's sent I think I think it's true. I mean, I think the world in general just got to us to to abnormally low interest rates, and we had issued like there's no tomorrow. And at some point the pipe is gonna you know, happy tastes how much is a percent moving dollar. I mean, David Bloom at HSBC is hugely optimistic like you dollar consensus goes the other way give us a percent move on dollar that could upset consensus surprise consensus. Okay. Well, I think Tom I think you hit the nail on the head though. I think you know, there's more. Emerging the last couple of weeks. I thought for for a while I thought about Bush dollar college consensus, but I think it said moved a little bit out of consensus, development, etc. So, you know, I think that in order to get the bears sort of think again, I think when you get another five percent move saying in the dollar five percent, likewise. You know, I think we'd have to get another five percent move. The other way for me to Powell. I think we're still looking. I would point up him five percent has a large move in the world of win then. Oh, yes. A large three percents mangas win. Then you talked about paying the piper. Should it be paid in Chinese you want or US dollars will the Chinese the value of their currency? Well, you know, I. Downplaying that. And I take him at the word. They're not gonna divide that you wanted to trade US trade issues one thing, but they pledged to weaponize and I remember team. Valued had also unintended consequences. One of them being massive capital outflows from China, destabilizing, global financial markets China wants to go down. But as I said, I think it's a separate issue might be was up. They want chase with with EMS sort of become more market-based blackbox. But for the most part if you look at EM currency. Four. You wanna certainly in the middle of the pack within thank you so much. We hope to get you back, particularly for careful discussion on EM currencies. He is head of all of currency strategy, Brown brothers Harriman is open. When you're talking about like house, Amazon's gonna move bodies around in northern Virginia or. In New York, the esteemed economic blog the onion. Why new ways to do this? Yes. The onion ways in. I mean, come on. Mayor de Blasio from the onion. If you enter a subway station and cannot prove you work for Jeff Bezos, you will be arrested turning the entire New York subway system over to Amazon from the onion. You never know. Maybe I'm miss on the shuttle bus things interesting. That's a really, you know, but that's not unusual. But that's a lot of buses. Isn't it depends? I don't know. What were the two articles? I've read recently on the revenue shortfall subway. It's all about Uber. It's all about people. Switching from the daily habit of the subway to they want stability, and consistency. Yeah. Service. That'll be interesting. Northern virginia. Good morning. In Washington futures at negative eleven future sitting negative Eighty-three Vicks up a stick nineteen point two four. 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Settling into a new posting in PNG
"Papua New Guinea is gearing up to host several world leaders next week for the APEC summit and UP g correspondent Natalie wafting arrived just weeks before the major event, and she's had to get to work immediately while adjusting to a new country for correspondence report nets gone searching for advice, and she's taking a look back at some of the early pitfalls. She's faced in her knee hosting. Plane touches down important. Moore's being the APEC logo is one of the first things I see. Sprawled against the side of the plane next to it since we taxi towards the terminal APEC twenty eighteen Papua New Guinea, it's inappropriate. I image for me because the Asia Pacific Economic cooperation summit is set to dominate my first few weeks, he landing in a foreign country for my first overseas. Posting and on about to hit the ground running running while still trying to find my feet in a country with no shortage of Chom, quirks difficulties and surprises. Apec is everywhere. You look as you drive through Port Moresby. There are flags lining. The main roads billboards on almost every corner someone has even spilled out the letters in what rocks on a hill that overlooks the city while strolling through a local craft market. I noticed one lady selling carvings, the usual PNG themed images with their warriors and birds of paradise. But she was also selling a series of carvings of the APEC 2018 logo. Apec is a big deal for Papua New Guinea, it's a huge historic event for the developing country to be hosting next week leaders from across the region, including Chinese president Xi Jinping. Australian Prime minister Scott Morrison US, vice President Mike Pence lull descend on the country, and they'll bring with them thousands of staff business leaders and journalists APEC is not only a big deal for paying. Gee, it's also a big deal for me the event and the up requires plenty of coverage already the Chinese Foreign Minister has visited the head of the summits. There have been rehearsal motorcades through the city and police displays about fifteen hundred ustralian defense personnel of arrived, and I caught a Chopard with them to their base the satellite, then this village is- ticks of planning to cover the actual event. All the while. I'm trying to get to know my new home. So amongst the busy I pick setting. I thought I'd take a moment to ask staff at the office for some advice about settling in and getting to know Papua New Guinea. Richard the first office you see when you walk into. Our little building belongs to Richard Cassie the security operations manager, he suggests getting out and seeing more of the country as plenty of then when everything is Dan, I mean, once you get used to eat just like complement, months frantic yawn or meet that people from different places, plenty of adventures away. After the big finish inside. The next office is Bethany Harriman out producer. Hello bethany. Me the best advice, I can do and the advice that I give everyone that comes to the countries have a open mind towards the country. It's not always as it seems and things are not always how it should be. So having a open mind would would help you to sort of get get along with people making sure that you get things done because things don't work his they shoot in this country. And that's why they call it. The land of the unexpected. Outside our office. There's a security post and the God on at the moment is poll. Different from this island us. We're go-slows. Coastal? So the people are all going to be quite different depending from which province live from. ABC's? Most well-known local employees gave some more cryptic words of wisdom. Phooey the faithful God dog has seen more than most on the fourth correspondent, she's welcome to PNG my partner. Jolan I have been doing our best to get to know Port Moresby on weekends. We've been going to local markets for fruits and vegetables. For instance, that even that has been a learning experience at times we purchased half a dozen eggs from one lady, we boiled a couple and to be honest. They tasted absolutely awful almost inedible at night. We went to crack another for cooking only to discover they were already cooked. We bought hard boiled eggs, and then re boiled them twice boiled eggs. I don't recommend them at work as well on finding their constant surprises at the end of week two. There's a new problem. That's the sound of the office generated kicking in. We've lost power. It's Friday afternoon, and we keep working with the generator going, I call P and G pallor Saturday morning, and we're still cut off and now out of diesel. I make a dash for the petrol station in between filming in APEC motorcade, I co- PNG power again Sunday still on generator power the man at the petrol station. Greets me like an old friend a co pay and G power again by about midday Monday. We're back on the greed. It's part of life in pay and J and everyone keeps smiling through it. I'm finding things often run light or breakdown that people seem to adjust that don't get upset. They just get on with it unfortunate that covering APEC is also exposing me to different parts of life. He there's an incredible amount of development going on import Moore's be there seems to be construction happening on every corner. But at the same time. There are still people living in extreme poverty filmed, a group of families whose homes had been destroyed to make way for a road. A woman who's lost. Everything insists I take a piece of corn after I've finished filming. That's been one early lesson. This land is full of very kind and generous people. This is Natalie watching in Port Moresby for correspondence report.
Nasdaq falls as U.S. lawmakers grill Facebook, Twitter executives
"Seventeen past the hour. Let's get you caught up on market action kind of a mixed picture for equities in the states. The big story was tech. We'll talk more about that. In a moment. Ten year treasury last quoted in New York at a yield of two point nine zero on ESPN really kind of stable. We weakened but not by much and right now futures trading in Chicago for the Nikkei at twenty two thousand five thirty which has us maybe fifty points below where we finished in the cash market yesterday in Japan time now for the morning, call Melena Konia, MS here, she is a reporter for Bloomberg's macro squad quite a day for tech. Yeah. Really was done. So tech. Shares foul after lawmakers grilled Facebook and Twitter executives on Capitol Hill. Overall, US stocks were nice lower
'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' finally casts its Charles Manson
"In downtown. Indianapolis and radar showing rain south of the city right now I'm John Herrick and here's what's trending at ten thirty one woman described what it. Was like to see, Franklin them carrying that casket and I just got I got so nervous and, so weak that I couldn't even take the, pits or it was just awful It was an awesome experience something never
L.A. prosecutors declined to pursue sex abuse charges against CBS CEO Moonves
"Holly Kwan KCBS and East Bay animal shelter. Has taken has taken in nearly one hundred animals displaced by the car fire. KCBS is Carrie Hodousek reports from the animal rescue foundation in walnut creek these, cats and dogs were already up for adoption. At the haven humane society south of. Reading as the car fire erupted these animals were already in their shelter looking to find a family Elena bicker with the animal rescue foundation in walnut creek says overcrowding in that shelter, prompted them, to save, more than. Fifty cats and thirty dogs since Thursday we, have you know beautiful lab we have a border collie We have, some pities, the cats, are amazing. But she says they're scared Not only from owners but just from fear and running and we need to provide all the support that we can within our resources to ensure that those animals are safe and they find, their forever homes about five hundred furry. Friends were transported to Berkeley. Humane the East Bay SPCA and plaster SPCA they'll be up for, adoption once. They're medically cleared at the animal rescue foundation in walnut, creek Carrie Hodousek KCBS. In Los, Angeles have declined to pursue sexual. Abuse claims against CBS head les. Moonves CBS news correspondent Alison keys, reports the statute of limitations had expired prosecutors had been considering possible charges including at least one felony but declined to do so over. The alleged incident in one thousand nine hundred eighty, six and nineteen Eighty-eight the woman went to Los Angeles police in February and according to court papers. Disclosed at least one. Of the alleged incidents, to a friend a year Before filing a, police report Moonves said in a, statement last week he may have made some women uncomfortable but never misused his position to harm anyone's career fresh off democratic congressional primary win in New York politician and organizer Alexandria Cossio Cortez was in San, Francisco tonight for a couple of fundraisers. Twenty-eight-year-old Causey of Cortez describes. Herself as a democratic socialist she has been touring the country after, she beat ten term incumbent Joe Crowley in the primary race for New York's fourteenth congressional. District time, for an update on money watch. It's eleven twenty stocks advanced on. Hopes for dialing back of trade, tensions the Dow Jones industrials rose one hundred eight points or four tenths percent to twenty five thousand four fifteen the NASDAQ gained forty. Two points or half a percent the s. and, p. five hundred closed up thirteen, points also half a percent the Federal Reserve opened its day policy Meeting Marc Chandler of Brown brothers Harriman is. Confident there will be no interest rate hike gradual. Means it does not mean a rate hike back to back meetings since the fed began raising rates in December twenty fifteen only raiders rates depressed prescheduled Chandler is hoping the. Statement released by the fed makes mention of some recent weakness in the, housing sector the latest case Schiller report says that in may home prices in twenty big markets were up. Six and a half percent for may of last year..
L.A prosecutors declined to pursue sex abuse charges against Moonves
"Detectors undetected swat teams bomb sniffing dogs brought into Schenectady, today they check out a number of city and county buildings after vague threat was discovered on a note. City hall the county courthouse several other government. Buildings evacuated over a period, of a, couple of hours buildings were searched but Nothing dangerous was found a note was found on the avenue side of the Schenectady. County office. Building, and the contents of that note led to the evacuation, and search, all buildings and roads have been reopened CBS chief less Munoz won't face any, criminal charges in Los Angeles over a decades old sexual abuse case and acquaintance of Moonves went to the. Police in February to tell them about three incidents that happened in the eighties involving the CEO CBS prosecutors tell NBC, news at the statute of limitations has expired they're. Not, pursuing the case moon vez the, focus of a recently published article in which he's accused of inappropriate behavior and the CBS board of directors. Say there are looking for outside counsel to investigate WGN news time five oh five. Good update on Wall Street let's get the latest in. The Bloomberg market minute this Bloomberg market minute on WGN. Wise presented by Boucher financial group for CFP's one CPA, this is expertise. You can trust stocks advanced on hopes for dialing back of trade tensions. The Dow Jones, industrial Rose one. Hundred eight points or four tenths percent to twenty five thousand four fifteen the. NASDAQ gained forty two points or half a percent the s. and p. five hundred closed up thirteen points. Also half a percent the Federal Reserve opened its two day policy meeting Marc Chandler of Brown brothers Harriman is confident there will be no interest rate hike gradual mean it does not mean rate hike back to back meeting since the fed began. Raising rates in December twenty fifteen only readers rates whether the. Press conference scheduled Chandler is hoping the. Statement released by the fed tomorrow makes mention of some recent weakness in the housing sector the latest case Schilder report says that in may home prices in twenty big markets were up, six and, a half percent from may. Of last year the crude oil futures fell to. Sixty eight dollars and seventy six cents a barrel in New York today from.
"harriman" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Every hour on kyw newsradio the jersey shore saturday look for showers and thunderstorms the high seventy degrees in the poconos partly cloudy skies the high seventy nine talk show host takes center stage at a brand new exhibit at the smithsonian's museum of american and african history and culture it's located in washington dc and we have a preview now from cbs news correspondent deborah rodriguez here are the two brown leather chairs the tissue boxes under each seat in the audience the glass mug she sipped from the outfits she wore through thick and thin plus all of those emmy and the presidential medal of freedom but what oprah likes past the thing that makes me the most proud is that it's about watching the oprah winfrey show and its impact on the culture she tells cbs this morning when i finished doing my school and i was sitting in maya angelou's kitchen and i said to her oh my this is going to be my biggest legacy the school and maya says you have no idea what your legacy will be your legacy she says is every life you touch the exhibit continues through june of next year deborah rodriguez cbs news and oprah is is a major donor to that museum and now it's time for the business report it was an update on friday to end the trading week with the numbers here's jeff bellinger wall street ended the week with an obsession the dow jones industrials rose seventy five points or three tenths percent to twenty five thousand three sixteen the nasdaq gained ten points just over a tenth of a percent the s and p five hundred closed eight points or three tenths percent hire marc chandler of brown brothers harriman says global markets will be focused on monetary policy next week central banks need next week the said the ec b j and two of them they said and possibly the point towards a less accommodative policy gentler says trade tensions could be back in the news next week with washington scheduled to announce which chinese goods will be subject to tariffs shares of general electric moved higher and friday trading g e director surprised investors when they announced there will be no change in the conglomerates dividend for at least one more quarter wall street feared another reduction crude oil futures fell to sixty five seventy four a barrel i'm jeff bellinger bloomberg business.
"harriman" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"The kyw business reporter was an update on wall street friday to end the trading week for the numbers from bloomberg here's jeff bellinger wall street ended the week with an obsession the dow jones industrials rose seventy five points or three tenths percent to twenty five thousand three sixteen the nasdaq gained ten points just over a tenth of a percent the sp five hundred closed eight points or three tenths percent hire marc chandler of brown brothers harriman says global markets will be focused on monetary policy next week central banks meet next week the said the ec be the doj and two of them they fat and possibly point towards a less accommodative policy gentler says trade tensions could be back in the news next week with washington scheduled to announce which chinese goods will be subject to tariffs shares of general electric moved higher and friday trading g e director surprised investors when they announced there will be no change in the conglomerates dividend for at least one more quarter wall street feared another reduction crude oil futures fell to sixty five seventy four a barrel i'm jeff bellinger bloomberg business for kyw newsradio business reports on kyw newsradio at twenty five and fifty five after every hour former president george h w bush remembering his beloved wife barbara of seventy three years on what would have been her ninety third birthday the former president took to twitter recollecting about how much barbara bush enjoyed helping others and thank those who paying it forward he said knowing other people share her passion puts joy in his heart margaret bush honored her motherinlaw by reading a book to patients at the barbara bush children's hospital at maine medical center bush.
"harriman" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Parrying what you see in alaska's glaciers with what the harriman expedition saw so we have in effect in your book a hundred sixteen years of affect to go along with franks intelligence from the ground from various parts of the state well because oil is so powerful in alaska there are a lot of people who are very invested in confusing the issue about whether alaska's glaciers are growing or receding now there are a few fewer than one percent that are actually growing and that's because there there moving ice and snow vote actually fell before columbus crossed the atlantic ocean in fourteen ninety two it takes that long for the ice to get all the way to its terminus at the the water's edge and those are tidewater glaciers and if you look at something like the muir glacier named for john muir in glacier bay in eighteen ninetynine that had a three hundred foot high face and since then it has melted back thirty miles doesn't touch the water it doesn't come near the water you cannot see it from the water anymore so a lot of these glaciers are in what they call catastrophic retreat during the visit to alaska in two thousand fifteen then president obama used melting glaciers to explain the impact manmade climate change has had on the environment former lasca governor sarah palin said this in response obama was up here looking at saint the glaciers and pointing out a glacier that was receding will there are other glaciers though that are growing up here in he didn't highlight that the glacier she's referring to is the hubbard glacier which has expanded is that a rare one though mark is is are there many expanding glaciers in alaska today no no no and there are two kinds there there are the mountain glaciers and then there are the famous glaciers that everybody sees from the cruise ship the tidewater glaciers those are the ones that have and splash into the water and everybody claps ninety nine percent of the tidewater glaciers are in retreat right now the hub.
"harriman" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Headed up to harriman and then chest in new york for the new york state reform party meeting in orange county are meeting continued others will people just cancelled out who's one man in particular who stood out i remembered him from years ago james o'donnell is one of the form of big markers in the new york state police department you know the troopers and he was reminiscent because he's our congressional candidate in the new york congressional eighteenth district up there in coaching and he was talking about how when pataki assign the new york state troopers to the pennsylvania hotel that's where they will lodged and they will patrolling down near the pick twenty four seven three six five and here at penn station and the port authority and grand central that was part of that security operations and he talked about the horrible conditions down at the world trade center site back half after september eleventh two thousand and one the attack is no doubt they probably even some state troopers who have come down with sickness because of their assignments we know certainly first responders those who were responsible for demolition and removal of the debris and yes even people who are living in the area after the attack right in battery park city all stuyvesant high school any of the number of schools in the area or if they happen to be working in the area and even sixteen years later they've come out with respiratory ailments thyroid conditions kansas directly attributable to the time they spent near the pit which became the world's largest crematorium right after september eleventh that's why the nine eleven victims compensation fund was set up with eight billion dollars it's now down to four billion dollars but if you've been recognized to have a sickness as a result of time spent in that area you gotta get an attorney you can't do it by yourself you just.
"harriman" Discussed on X96
"Don't know how to tell you word eternal me either because there's and there's no like landmark or anything that now line my gps on my phone the little the lady who talks to me sonja led me right here yeah yeah but it's a weird place in the can a country that we're not used to but she did lead me right here although she didn't say hey dumb ass you miss the exit to redwood road so i had the cirque du back by uh and it's it's snow in a little bit like bill was in a and this is this is a land out here that is so foreign to me they narrow aims harriman it harriman they name their streets after murderers hu porter rockwell ball a notorious noor and they've named a street in his honour harriman that should that should mean i would find my way around here well faith their murderer serial killers horrors a gene gene at a tenuous leap no that's a very tenuous can i got here first eyeroll i i'm i'm in a vienna base it on that now maybe you did maybe you did hone in on murderer boulevard oh excuse me porter rockwell bowed carries coming in all right while la carry be careful it slippery ah oh i slipped two our son saved me all right let's uh let's see what do we have to do here while before listeners throughout because this is an officially began in the show will take a we'll take a little low break i don't think we'll do check hurricane a trade is you check arnaud but i know you have to tell people about subway i do right now yes i don't know how i'm gonna do that without jarvis will do the who g kuchie on hold a flashlight okay uh there area uh oh that works theor here utah subway restaurants are celebrating the jazz with the starting five fresh value a meal and what they want to do is pick your sub like a subway club black forced ham sweet onion chicken terry ocoee turkey breast an oven roasted.
"harriman" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"It was a very very eccentric cooking kind of korea uh kind of hitting the mess and i just very strange but what is wonderful for it because it was all done in it was also experimental in a zoo in the days before digital authors decided to have a bond without the drama really show he had this thing called the bank plea wisdom ice which obviously 70s called that bonn years ago the bank rhythm ice was actually a series of tight blue there's no drums i wish you would pulled no and they would that 4star just turned it differed speech i think could turn each drum two different speed completely analog light some there was no you really have to plays this theme of the tapes food wobbling they'd be unreliable but that was that was the ribbon section and that was also this huge choi told the microphone hanging down effect an offer comes on dressed like a high put turkey cable players would mellish wellness a gcs street shin which i don't know what that is but it's it's too since basically old us uh dog shot at the rim all those wit not so dcs 3 harriman's which was a the world's first electric musical instruments area uh 'electronic instrument which is basically you way he played waiting you'll hand in the air and was built as a as a space basically a budget well that was invented to protect russian troops it'd be countries in the first world war ii inventor cooled lay on and he went hey i could turn defensive musical instrument i need be effectively if you listen to the original v eight today years stood still about global wife's yes virtually you getting toyota's found crack is celebrating and sitting here want new go oh my god said that flow that is we had violated police think if some we wouldn't singing about experiment.
"harriman" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Is no i saw him on good morning america last week he's kinda darling james franco very and and i'm telling you he so great in that seduce claim the too bright i needed that's another show to watch what has a good one when i have time yeah when you have time but there's some like some nice of sexy ciu shown there of world different kinds of things industries yes yeah you know and i don't don't just has it i thought that i mean if you wanna get action in the barn and all pamela harriman all then was nominated for better things which is on fx the second season she was on a california catien okay he played a david do coveney's agents wife fair fantastic you've recognized irish stars her she said i've been acting most of my life i'm extremely honored thank you so much hollywood foreign press this is a show chanaka is there you say that chanaka i ever held in front of me hannah kuchler hannah monitor again what is cianci janika for honecker 100 says chi sued over his opponent a woman okay now that's always his wondered why c h or sometimes age weight gain or i know it's fell on our way trauma cup it's an extraordinary should at least use a genukh why are we see that homolka was within each on the cap who bliss said never know jewish people in the air for his growing up one failing no a scene of we grew up right next started one so we always know about everything yeah but we just i just it was the one religion i never engineering too well in the air for his way it was like everything and i was very glad i wasn't born a baptist origin hove as witness after he found out what their roles were no dance we learned chefs we learned about that in that dancing movie no know for.
"harriman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The germans in it feel the nazis in germany and the idea was with perrone at alum dollars architect thing at us college and we had turned a blind eye as the nazis move gold that art through submarines brought it to argentina and move money through international banking chapels john gvul states with banking in and also uh w lawyers i mean more than eighty dean any book if they did and you know that's amazing store now they still scott org them so robbing a nazi by the roosevelt closed down at brown brothers harriman the hair of the investment community in the united states wall street financed hitler's rise they did now this was all prior obviously to us getting involved in the war but they supported hitler prior to this that's correct when nick kgb's and mussalini and wall street and the united states he was the regarded as a new energy coming in after world war one at dean corporate extension of i mean go very much what we have today may your corporations duped maldini yes an embassy you know so wall street got behind hitler it was the dulles brothers all the heroin family john prescott bush these were the people who financed hitler and openly finance fittler from wall street now these documents released files say that hitler may have been a sixtysixyearold shipping company employee somewhere rakha right and that i'll houses are it is bizarre i mean you know hitler had to do something i mean they have money and they had a uh a pretty much luxury lifestyle uh i'm sure after a while ago boring just to be you know new nothing essentially they had resort sat up father in are one of the places barrowload shave which is very much like a very in argentina i just can't see him as an employee of the sheep he i don't i i think that's probably not real crowley where they say he was with the royal dutch shipping company and maybe well sean i don't know i mean they they tried to portray hitler in in these documents and also in the fbi documents as if he gave a kind of aged it own nice old name name kind of had this you know i'm coal pipe personality where he would have a job by uh i think the real story is seen nazis who escape had a plan for.
"harriman" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"It is sad when you get to that point where there isn't in overlapping reality with uh somebody that you wish you could have mutual uh love for um and that if you are gonna love him you have to love them from afar care about them from a foreign i think a lot of people think that that's not love if you don't let somebody in your life that's not love but uh you know i think it's important to have compassion for others but not at the expense of compassion for yourself i agree i also kind of just you know it's easier to love her as like almost like a concept now like that was my mom she did her job to give me to this point and she didn't do a great job with the motion all mental health side of and like that's just what i was given you not a feel regret about it i just feel like as a waste of time with this plan like like the life i built for myself in the future se for myself so i spend more time focusing on that than i do kind of the things that i missed out on like now how do i how do i add those back in i know i'm kinda misin now you now uh so after this question you please share about how you do add those back in but i wanted to ask do they tried to contact you yet they do with really lame reasons laying a need that bruce shadow recipe cooked six emergency bruce preparation over here so they're they're uncomfortable expressing emotional needs yeah very.
"harriman" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"Welcome to episode three 55 with my guest sam harriman are we recorded this episode on the road in minneapolis at the was technically say paul who gives a shit the people in the twin cities sets who gives a shit paul are we recorded this at sufficient brewery a couple of weeks ago and um yeah i hope you wa i hope you like this episode i am paul gilmartin this is the metal illness happy hour a place for honesty about all the battles in our heads for a medically diagnose conditions past traumas and sexual dysfunction to everyday compulsive negative thinking either shows not meant to be a substitute for professional metal counseling i'm not a therapist it's not a doctor's office it's more like a waiting room that doesn't suck and hopefully is compelling in some way the show is a part interview and part reading anonymously submitted survey responses from uh from listeners and speaking of that i want to read this one filled out by a woman who calls herself a codependence descendant and on his return from the struggle on the sentence survey and a snapshot from her life she writes is a fiveyearold i watched in horror is my threeyearold sister was being kidnapped from the car we were waiting in as our mother shopped it was 1950s 1960s seven and for some reason it was deemed permissible to leave kids in parking lot up you could do that it you just have to make sure that there was an adult smoking in their face is the stranger attempted to pull my sister through the car window i grabbed onto her ankles and yank her in the opposite direction while the man yelled at me to let her go i saw my mom approaching and said mom is coming in the stranger took off running when the woman got closer i realized it was not our mom after all when my mom returned to the car i frantically relayed this incident to her she screamed at me and told me i could have quote made this up that it was my imagination and that i was in doubt i was not to mention this to my father.
"harriman" Discussed on Aerial America
"In 1932 behind the popular winter olympics in lake placid new york triggered a winter sports boo across the us one of america's richest men decided he wanted to cashier to do is new york railroad tycoon averell harriman decided he build a ski resort more luxurious than any other lou bob of wise he had no place to put it so he hired an austrian name felix shafgat to scour the american west for just the right now harriman's requirements were that it be remote but near his rail lines so skiers would have to rely on his trains to get there during the winter of nineteen 35 shafgat travel across oregon california and while before finally arriving in the whip river valley in idaho located between the ball the dollar mountains with made this valley special was that it reportedly had more than two hundred fifty days of sun a year perelman quickly made that fact his pitch renaming it sun valley to lure potential customers to his new resort but harriman's luxurious law joke heated leave anything to chance he hired ski instructors from the swiss alps at ran special trains from hollywood to catch him to bring in movie stars gary cooper clark gable and lucille ball which is some of those who are often spotted had the grounds of the sun valley lodge and even put up some celebrity for free could generate buzz does was writer ernest hemingway he first came in 1930 nine and lived in a secondfloor room with his mistress journalist martha gal horn.
"harriman" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"The euro seventeen forty began mine twelve point four seven that's the bloomberg business flash tom and francine karen thanks so much wanted george air france similar kwara were this very quickly for and seen before we get back to mr chandler brown brothers harriman the first sons of a book the stilled my life tonight i find myself here in a guest house in the city of cells murray to see the issue girl his just won the nobel prize in literature from the united kingdom is his stunning is bob dylan last year mitch just exceptional me francine to see a giant with with the remains of the day the huge success of the movie and the book i mean everybody had to read it just extraordinary how the nobel prize for literature has been taken over the last two years yeah it is amazing how it's taking next the also how sometimes it takes a life of their own you know he his work of course includes the remains of the day never let me go something that a lot of people listening to us i imagine will want to gun when you visit i totally agree that it's one of the books it's the distilled me is the way i would put it and it it just begs for a reread it's amazing all book is different ten years down the road switches the prizes going to people that you finally have heard of exactly that's good good on why isn't that there's a huge critique of this morning some people still haven't gotten over bob dylan winning it last year and of course mr dillen with the idea was going to show up old yes i would also say that because of the brakes at debate and the fact that they're talking about foreigners now serving in the uk and immigration it's interesting that they've given a to british novelist he was born in japan and then moved to england unknown 60 absolutely fessard merchant had no idea who is going to hear this wanting to emerge you would you like to weigh in on the remains of the day what it means for the dollar birch this with burma determining what is that what's going to mean is everybody's going to go up by in royalties of goes through the.
"harriman" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Thank you so much greg jarrett right now i'm looking at a british pound versus the euro that is down as the at its weakest level since october twenty six is comes after bank of england's mark kearney said basically the economy is at the mercy of brexit and downgraded its expectations for growth to get a little bit better dave i want to bring in march chandler global head of currency strategy at brown brothers harriman in new york city mark thank you so much for joining us you know we have seen as pervasive weakness in the pound which is pretty close at this point to the lowest levels since two thousand nine versus the euro how much further kennett weekend adequate sterling we may fear or the dollar's we have but we really think euro strength as well to mean it really the mood at begin because it would happen in the uk but really began in april when it became clear at this populist nationalist we would not really sweeping across the world it was merely a you at uk event and it european guy back on it and they're foot happen it could it clearly macron is going to win a year with took off and really hasn't looked back episode hurt me i think partly the euro overshoot but it oh back in two thousand eight nine euros got above ninety five you just said that the euro that the euro has overshot seer expecting it to reverse at some point i think that what we saw it owed one of the big drivers it has put a bottom line sterling with dr than expected us uh i ask them to the service sector look today the eurozone reported it we can yep i composite if basically a over a year and so i think that the big story initiative the uh the boom adopted rules there he's the honeymoon of dover i think we people have exaggerated uh how how close the the ecb to really exiting their policies had only to the lead and you'd have you could talk of a bloomberg talking about how other central bank they're getting our like cycling hannity also.