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"ihs market" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

03:57 min | 8 months ago

"ihs market" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Share to a crash, have to share clothes. On the one hand, of course it's awful. They are conditions are cruel. I'm human. But solidarity that people showed to each other even in jail is tremendous. That was the Belarusian opposition leader svetlana took on a sky speaking to monocle 24 earlier. Let's get the latest now with Alex culture of a risk analyst on Russia, Ukraine Belarus and Eurasia at IHS market Alex thanks as ever for joining us. How independently do we think the court arrived at the sentences? Well, to start with the Belarusian judicial system is completely dependent on the decisions in the executive a dozen have any independence in terms of its rulings and decision making capacity. So obviously it wasn't a decision by a court. It was a decision which was taken by the executive in Belarus. If we look at this campaign, this crackdown against the opposition from president Lukashenko's perspective would he be thinking right now that this broadly speaking has worked for him that the rebellion has been quashed. Well, the protests have subsided about a year ago actually in December 2020. And this was largely due to the fact that people were too afraid to join street protests for the fear of repression and the consequences they might face. This includes detentions, arrests, criminal cases, but also fines. Is there now any meaningful organized opposition to Lukashenko? What kind of state generally is the opposition now in? The opposition is mostly in exile abroad in Lithuania in Warsaw in Poland and in Kyiv in Ukraine. Those people who are in the country fundamentally had to be forced underground because otherwise they face a risk of arrest. Belarus as of today has 929 political prisoners as counted by the Belarusian NGOs, which are no longer legal in the country. They also operate underground and from abroad. So the numbers are massive even by Belarusian standards and the numbers of political prisoners that grow in about a dozen every week. So the repression, sadly, continuous. I mean, Lukashenko has also already demonstrated that even out of Belarus you are not necessarily safe from him. But is there any even leaving that risk aside? Is there any meaningful chance of organizing a movement from exile? Even a government in exile. Well, there is a movement and the opposition teams which are abroad, particularly those which are around the Atlantic and Oscar who is based in villainously Lithuania, a very active in keeping ballet is very much on the agenda of European states, particularly in the EU, but also UK and elsewhere. This is imported because their action leads to the restrictions and sanctions. Which are applied against Lukashenko's administration in Belarus. And that action is going to be even more important now as yesterday, as of yesterday, it is illegal in Belarus to call for sanctions against Lukashenko and his administration and his punishable by up to 12 years in prison. Alex culture of from IHS market. Thank you very much for joining us. You're listening to the briefing on.

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"ihs market" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"ihs market" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"President biden is set to meet virtually today with the leaders of the g seven nations to discuss coordination and evacuation plans from afghanistan including withdrawal beyond the august thirty first deadline. General stephen lyons commander of the us transportation. Command spoke on monday for me. Like all of our veterans who served in afghanistan. This mission is very personal. I assure you that we will not rest until the military is complete. The mission is complete and we have evacuated americans who are shaking to be evacuated and as many afghan partners as humanly possible. The taliban said through direct talks with the us in kabul that it wouldn't recognize any extension and would assure that forces that remained there beyond august. Thirty i wouldn't be subject to attack. Were exclusively reporting. The federal aviation administration is launching. A broad review of how boeing employees handle safety matters on the agency's behalf. It comes after some company engineers said they face undue pressure according to an agency letter and people familiar with the matter. Us aviation regulators have long relied on employees to act on their behalf or performing certain tasks. Such as approving aircraft. For delivery a boeing spokeswoman said the company takes these matters with the utmost seriousness and is working to bolster the independence of its employees. Who work on the faa's behalf and should make her intel said. It is joining a department of defense program that aims to build up domestic design and production of cutting edge. Chips intel said it would be joining forces with other companies like ibm and synopsis and comes as the. Us government has been working to address a global semiconductor shortage us. Factories and service providers reported sharply slower growth in august according to surveys by the forecasting firm ihs market factories and service providers attribute the slowdown to the delta variant of covert nineteen and troubles and hiring and shipping. Drought is blistering key. Us cash crops. And that's further elevating prices for some staples wsj markets reporter david. Dari is with us from london. Hi david hi walk so david. This has been a summer of extreme heat in many places. So let's start with the where. Where are farmers hurting. The most is being an extremely hot and dry subba from lots of the world key farming areas both russia and brazil which responsible for huge proportions of the world's wheat and corn a suffering droughts and so the key midwestern farming states the us drought monitor says that north dakota south dakota minnesota iowa and nebraska all half areas of extreme drought. So this leads to a natural next question than david about prices. What are we seeing now. And what is the outlook ahead. Things couldn't really look more different. Perform pricing than they did at the beginning of the pandemic when shutdowns hamid prices but now corn and wheat prices have risen eleven percent so far this year and they'll probably keep climbing. If the hot weather continues. david had already in london. David you could.

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Vaccine Could Unlock Trillions In Spending, Leading To 'Biden Boom'

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:45 min | 1 year ago

Vaccine Could Unlock Trillions In Spending, Leading To 'Biden Boom'

"So it is looking like this will be a cold dark winter for the us economy. The pandemic is forcing new limits on businesses and prompting nervous consumers to stick closer to home but if this week's encouraging news about an experimental vaccine works out the spring and summer could be a lot brighter. That's the word according to npr's scott horsely brandon. Fritzy has spent an awful lot of this past year stuck in his indianapolis apartment. He misses going out to buffet restaurants. And doing all the things he used to enjoy. I was a big karaoke. Okay guy. I'd be going to the karaoke bar pretty much every night. But since the pandemic started. I don't think i've sung and eight months now. Coldplay's yellow was fritzy's go to standard as much as he misses the microphone. His self imposed quarantine has been good for. His bank. account doesn't talking some money away. I've saved want to save. thousands christie. Zola of new haven is in the same isolated boat venezuela says she and her husband have spent more money on ice cream and alcohol in the last eight months but less on just about everything else where certainly not spending on any sort of entertainment. We're not going to the movies. Were not paying for gym memberships or to participate in sports leagues. We have saved on transportation costs. Because i'm working from home and not commuting sixty miles per day all told cautious consumers in the us have squirrelled away some two trillion dollars during the pandemic while avoiding travel crowds and in-person entertainment. Spending is likely to take an additional hit. This winter as new infections and hospitalizations are soaring economist. Ian shepherdson of pantheon macroeconomics says president elect biden is inheriting an economy that still weighed down by the pandemic but that could turn around fairly quickly. Present like five is arriving in washington at the right time coded news the point where he's inaugurated is likely to be horrific but it won't be much longer after shepardson says with a successful vaccine. Springtime could see a flowering of the economy. Fueled by pent up demand for the kind of amusements that had been off limits for so long to be sure that extra two trillion dollars in savings is not going to be spent all at once economist. Joel practice and the forecasting firm. Ihs market says some of the things we've skipped on. We'll never be made up. I went quite a long time without getting my haircut. Look pretty mangy. i'm not gonna get free extra custom. Make up for the ones that i missed during the summer. Even when a vaccine is widely available it may take time before people feel safe going out to crowded places and spending money freely. Pittsburgh librarian dana fair. Bile says she talks a lot with her husband about what the new normal might look like. It would be great in two thousand twenty one if all of the venues were up and operating again and we could go see some land. But i think it's going to be a while before mentally. I feel okay. Being in a crowd of people like that again not wear masks of perspective. Spring thaw faces other chilly. Headwinds americans are still out of work and congress has been slow to extend additional relief brandon. Fritzy has kept his job as an accountant. And he's wearing his mask trying to stay safe. If the vaccine checks out fritzy says he'll be quick to get it he can rejoin his friends at the karaoke bar. The karaoke crowd is kind of a family. Everybody at the monkey's tail and broad ripple is Pretty close so it would be nice to get out and see them again. Economist shepardson says once people do feel able to get out and do the things they enjoy the cash. They've been socking away. This could bank roll a substantial economic boom

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New GDP Numbers Won't Be Enough To Repair All Economic Damage

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:43 min | 1 year ago

New GDP Numbers Won't Be Enough To Repair All Economic Damage

"We the are expecting news this morning that the US economy grew at a record pace during the last three months not many people are popping champagne corks though this is because the economy also shrank at a record pace in the three months before that, even the strong rebound in July August September is not enough to repair the damage done by the pandemic earlier this spring, we have NPR's Scott horsely with morning Scott Good Morning David. So what is this morning's report going to tell us about how the economy's doing? It's a snapshot of an economy that has balanced partway back from the depths of the pandemic recession. We know that unemployment's dropped is now just below eight percent and while that's still more than twice as high as it was before the pandemic, it's a lot better than a lot of people for were expecting the we're gonNA see by this time of the year we don't yet know exactly what the Commerce Department will say about GDP, but we do expect it to show a record level of growth in the most recent quarter. And the president has already touting that at campaign rallies as evidence of what he calls a v-shaped recovery having a super V it's called nobody even thought we are doing numbers and where do you see that number? GDP I don't know what it is. The Fed said it may be a thirty five percent increase in GDP in fact, the forecast from Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta is even better than that they're projecting annualized GDP growth of about thirty seven percent. But a caveat David that headline number is kind of exaggerated. Explain to me why we think that that's an exaggeration. Will the government routinely reports these quarterly shifts GDP as if they were sustained for a full year which makes both the downturn in the spring and the rebound in the summer look bigger than they were and they were. Plenty big to start with in the spring. For example, the Commerce Department said the economy shrank at an annualized rate of about thirty one percent. What that means is if the slide had gone on for a whole year, we would've wound up with an economy thirty, one percent smaller. But of course, it didn't go on for a full year the downturn was really Sharp, but it only lasted a couple of months and likewise the growth spurt we saw this summer is not likely to be maintained Narain vish WHO's chief economist at IHS market says a lot of the growth was actually front loaded in the early part of the year and the result and was the result of a lot of pent up demand when businesses reopened. If you pull back on a rubber band and like Oh, it's going to snap back but then it Kinda goes limp act. Certainly, the fourth quarter and maybe early next year will be pretty weak growth and that's especially true as the corona virus rears its head again and we've seen a sharp selloff in anticipation of that in the stock market. This week of the Dow dropped more than nine hundred points just yesterday.

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We need to change our economic indicators to keep up with the crisis

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:21 min | 2 years ago

We need to change our economic indicators to keep up with the crisis

"Know once you get past the scale of the job losses with the latest numbers on first time claims for unemployment. They came out this morning putting the total at just under twenty seven million people who've lost their jobs once you get past that scale it is the speed. That's amazing. Twenty seven million jobs vaporized in five weeks which poses a challenge for those of us who observe analyze this economy accustomed as we are to quarterly and monthly data. Being good enough. So economists are getting creative. Marketplace's refinish war gets is going. The great recession played out gradually over eighteen months. What's happening today's instead of playing out of a months and years playing out of days and weeks. Justin Wolfer is a professor of economics at University of Michigan our friends. Gdp and the unemployment rate are reported once a month once a quarter but we need is economic indicators. To tell us what's happening today. Andrew Chamberlain is chief economist at glass door. He says luckily we live in an age of data. We have really different ways of measuring the economy today than we have a decade ago tech platform social media specialized firms have all kinds of useful real time. Data take for example would job search platforms can tell us you've got Twenty million unemployed Americans. You Might WanNa know whether they are all expecting to go back to work or not You might want to know if they're out there searching for jobs or not. The Federal Reserve looks at data from credit card processors to know how people are spending and payroll processing from. Adp to track jobs. Both of those come out. Weekly Ben Hur's on is an economist with IHS market the TSA started making available The public passenger traffic At airports on a daily basis in real time. And so we could see that passenger traffic at us. Airports had fallen like ninety five percent by the end of March. Weekly chain store sales. Tell us about spending electricity. Use can be a proxy for economic output. As for what exactly it's all telling US Gary Schlossberg is global market strategist with the wells. Fargo Investment Institute. They still show the economy continuing to decline. But there are a couple which are beginning to bottom out a little bit you know. There's some hope straws in that the economy is still weakening but approaching about whatever the indicator once you hit bottom. There's nowhere to go but up

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As Demand For Oil Dries Up, OPEC And Allies Agree To Historic Cuts In Output

NPR's Business Story of the Day

01:57 min | 2 years ago

As Demand For Oil Dries Up, OPEC And Allies Agree To Historic Cuts In Output

"Been a news over the weekend. Many of the world's oil producers have agreed to cut production to prop up prices. Npr's Camilo Domino ski reports on their deal. The average price of a gallon of gasoline in the United States is well under two dollars but many people aren't filling up because they're not going anywhere that's the state of the oil market in a nutshell. Oil is super cheap. And there's not much global demand. What's that done to oil producers? Here's Muhammed Burkino. The Secretary General of OPEC on Thursday Industry. Mr Chairman is hemorrhaging. No-one has been able to stem the bleeding. In fact instead of stopping the bleeding Saudi Arabia and Russia were adding to it by waging a price war against each other. But now they've called a truce and OPEC is trying to put a bandage on those wounds. Actually it's OPEC. Plus the oil cartel has expanded from its core members to include allies like Russia and Mexico and when Mexico threatened to derail this deal. President trump stepped in. We are trying to get Mexico as the expression goes over the barrel the. Us is the world's largest oil producer and American oil and gas companies have been hit hard by low prices. President trump is often hostile towards OPEC. But this time he helped them out. The new deal is massive nearly ten million barrels of oil per day in cuts. That's the biggest deal in OPEC history but the drop in demand than twice that amount. Rozsa Dewan is an oil strategist. Ihs market but there's no cut that can match that degree of shrinkage in the market possible so despite the new deal oil prices are still low. In fact says the steel isn't about propping prices up. It's about avoiding the collapse of the oil industry. Camilo Domino NPR news.

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Oil Prices Slide Into Bear Market on Coronavirus Concern

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

03:03 min | 2 years ago

Oil Prices Slide Into Bear Market on Coronavirus Concern

"Are chosen in point of entry to the global economy story of the day today. The spread of and the uncertainty about the corona virus comes to us from the commodities markets oil specifically specifically the global benchmark Brent North Sea. It's called fell another two and a half percent today down twenty two percent just since the beginning of the a year. The supply demand equation on that goes like this. China is the world's biggest oil importer and as the bad virus. News continued over the weekend. People began to realize the Chinese demand could be cratering which since oil is a global commodity means not great things globally. Perhaps even more telling though is this. There is buzz today about OPEC and Russia calling an emergency meeting to talk over a huge cut in oil supply to prevent a free fall in prices from Washington. Marketplace's Scott Tong. Its is going oil. Traders already knew that driving an air travel and China had fallen off. They knew that. Oil Shipments China. We're being resold elsewhere. Then head-spinning head-spinning Bloomberg News report on China's falling demand. Situation Says Ellen Wall that transversal consulting one of the things that hit the market this morning. Was this report that Chinese demand maybe down as much as three million barrels of oil per day if true that would be a huge and sudden drop off for China enough to tumble prices at that point were came that OPEC and Russia were considering an emergency meeting next week to cut supply up to one million barrels per day and bring supply lie closer to demand. Normally you'd hear news of million barrel-per-day cut and oil prices would go up. Didn't happen nervous. Traders are selling oil oil contracts. I and asking questions later says research director Michael Herbert at the National Bureau of Asian Research. He says official data on China won't come out for a month. Maybe three Chinese oil demand. Statistics are a little fuzzy much more opaque than say the US market European now where this viruses viruses evolving so quickly. We're all in a lot of ways in the dark when the numbers do come. Markets may come down a bit. But there's still a big unknown. Says is Roger De wine at IHS market and that's how long the Chinese slow-down will last and nothing is that part which is a right now. Fraying nerves in the market doc. We don't have some other week another four weeks six weeks which leaves a lot of time for potential panic. Some banks suggest a barrel of crude oil could fall to around forty eighty dollars and that translates into. US Gas prices going from an average two fifty a gallon. Two two dollars flat. I'm Scott Tong for marketplace. We'll get to American stock markets in a bid. But it's worth a note here coming out of Scott's piece that when Chinese stocks opening day for the first time since things got bad over there they promptly fell almost to what's known as Limit Down Circuit. Breakers that stop a runaway decline or run away on the upside to in different circumstances anyway. The main Shanghai index is down almost eight eight percent on the day to

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Tesla’s Cybertruck Tries to Make a Dent in a Tough Market

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Tesla’s Cybertruck Tries to Make a Dent in a Tough Market

"If you're driving right now around at the other vehicles on the road mostly big big pickup trucks and SUV's I'm guessing combined. They now account for nearly seventy percent of the market but while American cars face a lot of competition from Europe in Asia the pickup market is still dominated by Detroit which could make it tough for Tesla muscle in with its new. Cyber Track Marketplace's Jack Stewart reports reports. Ford sold over a million F series pickups globally last year. They've been America's best selling vehicle of any type for more than forty years but there is a new challenger. enger welcome to this truck unveil. Musk tweeted the two hundred and fifty thousand people have already put down. A one hundred dollar deposit for Tesla's cyber truck best description. I've heard of it an angry looking triangle he pitted it against the Ford F.. One fifty and comparisons at the launch last week week trucks have been the same for a very long time like one hundred years and people are cool with that. Trucks are large and growing parts of the US vehicle market says Tom Libya IHS market. We've seen a major gain over the last ten years it's about fourteen to fourteen and a half percent of the market now. Iron BRAGMAN IS DETROIT. Bureau chief of QASR DOT Com. He says Ford Chevrolet and Ram Dominate Sales. They have strong brand loyalty and they are knocking to give that up the proper pickup trucks trucks are massive and we're seeing the actual average transaction prices now climbing above fifty thousand dollars other than Toyota which sold two hundred thousand Tacoma's last year competitors. I am not making much headway but says Jake Fisher director of Oto testing consumer reports. They're not really playing to win. While turtle may be taking the camera camry very seriously and their their cars seriously. I think it really comes down to the domestic. They're taking their truck seriously. That's where they're putting the technology into technology. Yeah of course is Tesla's biggest selling point. It's hoping that's enough to make a dent. I'm Jack Straw.

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"ihs market" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"ihs market" Discussed on KCRW

"The numbers so GM is actually down about almost of the whole percent in premarket trading Dow S. and P. and nasdaq futures are also down in the one two two tenths percent range with the Dow futures down forty nine points S. and P. futures are down seven points the footsie in London is up three tenths percent later today and the federal reserve is set to release the latest figures on consumer credit it captures the amount of money were all borrowing consumer debt has surged recently particularly on credit cards and auto loans as market place's Jack Stewart reports researchers will be studying today's numbers for signs of how the economy is doing ahead of the holiday season the figures that we got from the federal reserve come with a bit of a lag so today's numbers will be for August's consumer debt July's data showed a twenty three point three billion dollar rise in borrowing especially on credit cards Kate yaro is author of decoding the new consumer mind she says there are a few reasons for that some of it is confidence I think consumers to feel confident and some of it is just practically what it's like to be a consumer today and having to pay high housing healthcare and education costs she says consumer spending is a key driver of the economy but that is never a good thing for individuals auto and student loans were also open July's data some economists all that could be a bullet as people rushed to buy cars ahead of impending tariffs but Chris hope soon at IHS market says it looks more like an ongoing trends and those loans are getting longer what's happening right now and being really highlighted is the fact that some of these really long terms of upwards of eighty four months that seeing the the most growth super long loans can both trapped consumers in debt and increase the.

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Did Amazon just kick electric vehicle production into a higher gear?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:03 min | 3 years ago

Did Amazon just kick electric vehicle production into a higher gear?

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Amazon announced it would order one hundred thousand electric delivery trucks from Ribian and EV company that Amazon has invested in but which we should say has produced exactly zero commercial electric vehicles to date Ribian has time Amazon said the first ten thousand trucks would be on the road twenty twenty two the remainder by twenty thirty and the order would basically double the number of electric delivery vehicles in the World Stephanie Brindley only is an automotive analyst at IHS market. She said most people who have heard of Ribian are actually into electric luxury. SUV's ravine Dan has been around for about six years give or take and they first introduced to revealed their pickup truck and as she products at the Los Angeles auto show this last November and they're expecting to come to market in the next year or so and they're looking to compete in sort of a high end space. They want us to tackle align efforts from Range Rover and see that brand is a competitor for the utility vehicle people who WanNa go a little bit off the beaten path. How much of this market get as you look ahead a decade or two or three? How much of this market could be filled by automakers that maybe didn't exist a decade or two ago? It's still a challenge Alan Jr to break in and our forecast really for electric vehicles in the United States in twenty twenty five twenty twenty six is still seven point six percent of the market which is an important improvement from just under two percent last year but it's still a small percentage of the market. I think consumers aren't quite coming along. Yes fire and because automakers for additional automakers have come to bear on the segment pretty heavily it will be difficult for a brand that consumers aren't aware of to breakthrough through does Amazon's investment suggests that delivery fleets might actually be a new source of growth for I think the delivery fleets have been for several several years on target in the Commercial Space Amazon's making a little bit of an interesting play here and tying it to their sustainability goals so they may be willing to spend a little bit more on it and I don't know the size of Amazon's fleet at all but I'm pretty sure it's a lot bigger than one hundred thousand vehicles so it still only a portion of their fleet overall Paul but I still think there's a lot of opportunity in the commercial av space. If you're running an EP for a local delivery van you're usually not putting a ton of miles assigned to it into a day and if the fleet you own and it's going back at the end of the day to your own silos you had the ability to have the charging infrastructure that you need and keep it off a fossil fuels so that can be a benefit and a lot of different ways commercial vehicles especially in those short cities faces can be good opportunities as for Electric Vehicles Stephanie Brindley automotive analyst at Ihs Market Amazon's order for what it's worth will ultimately be worth about four billion dollars. Carribean wants all the trucks are produced and now for some related links. There's there's a good piece in Forbes on the size of Amazon's investment in Ribian and one from quartz about the impact on commercial e fleets worldwide. They're both at our website marketplace attack dot org but there is a interesting subplot to the ramp up in electric vehicles of all kinds and that is the grid Green Tech Media. It has a piece from last week about some key. Takeaways from this electric delivery van order and one is that electric utilities really need to start preparing to deal with the increased slow. That's coming from EVT's because of different charging times and locations. It's not likely that Amazon's new vans are gonNA. Take down the grid or anything but individual locations locations could run into real capacity problems and long-term. The grid does need some improvements. There's good reading wired from last year about how what it calls. The great plugging yes plugging is actually an opportunity to upgrade and strengthen our electrical infrastructure because we have plenty of time the revolution coming then again infrastructure and planning are those really are strong suits here in America. Let's think positive I'm Ali would and and that's marketplace tech this is. APN This marketplace replace podcast is brought to you by Entercom Intercom. What's more of the Nice people visiting your website to give you money so they took a little chat bubble in the corner website and packed it with conversational bots product tours. NPS surveys all sorts of things that amplify your team and help you reach more nice people in our comm- customer unity got forty forty five percent more loyal users with Entercom in just twelve months go to intercom dot com slash podcast to start making money from real time chat then see everything else intercom can do. That's intercom dot com slash podcast.

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"ihs market" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"ihs market" Discussed on AP News

"Ask if it would be possible and they said no that's in August moment four two three Jack the euro zone economy could soon be experiencing a drop in overall activity with a sharp downturn in Germany's manufacturing sector weighing heavily on it financial data firm IHS market said it's compass of purchasing managers index for the eurozone fell to fifty one point five points in July from fifty two point to the previous month the full takes the index close to the fifty point threshold that separates the full in output from an increase the firm's chief business economist says trade war worries forming Dimond for business equipment slumping auto sales and geopolitical concerns such as bricks it led the list of business woes manufacturing production was brought down at its fastest rate in over six years however the services sector continues to grow solidly last year's winner at Watkins Glen doesn't again and as a piece of Jerry Jordan reports it comes against the last year's number two finishers Caselli it's what both stages in life eighty one of ninety laps to become a repeat winner at the famed Watkins Glen international road course in upstate New York he dominated the race like you did last year I came out of the NASCAR garage with a fast car taking the pole position and watching the field in his rear view mirror track position was keying in and just having the clean air I think what made the difference so you know getting out in front of him on the on the restart and then you guys did a good job on that road and I have any mistakes and I was those big deal the only driver to get close to his back bumper was Martin tricks junior who finished second just like he did the year before Drake said he did everything he could to chase down the young driver coming in third was Denny Hamlin followed by Erik Jones and Ryan Blaney in fourth and fifth respectively I'm Jerry Jordan radio news twenty two people are now dead Saturdays Walmart shooting in el Paso Texas nine more people.

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"ihs market" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"ihs market" Discussed on AP News

"To ask if it then would be possible and they said no that's in August moment supports history Jack south Korean president moon jae use describe the country's escalating trade war with Japan as a wake up call to revamp its economy is also issued a nationalistic call for economic cooperation with North Korea which he said would allow the Cree is to raise Japan's economic superiority in one burst wins comments Monday came during a meeting with senior aides to discuss Japan's imposition of trade curbs on South Korea he said Japan absolutely cannot prevent our economy from taking a leap rather rigid panels services stimulant that strengthens our determination to become an economic power do you resent economy could soon be experiencing a drop in overall activity with a sharp downturn in Germany's manufacturing sector weighing heavily on it financial data firm IHS market said it's compass of purchasing managers index for the eurozone fell to fifty one point five points in July from fifty two point to the previous month the full takes the index close to the fifty point threshold that separates before in output from an increase the firm's chief business economist says trade war worries forming Dimond for business equipment slumping auto sales and geopolitical concerns such as bricks it led the list of business woes manufacturing production was brought down at its fastest rate in over six years however the services sector continues to grow solidly.

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Is a slow jobs month such a bad thing?

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

03:56 min | 3 years ago

Is a slow jobs month such a bad thing?

"Wet cleaning technology. In Washington DC. I'm Kimberly Adams in for Cairo. It's Friday, June, seventh good to have you with us, and it's jobs report day, seventy five thousand that's the number of jobs, added to the economy in may. According to the Labor Department, it's around one hundred thousand jobs below. What most economists expected on the other hand the unemployment rate was unchanged still at the almost fifty year, low of three point six percent. Plus there were jobs available for the hundred seventy six thousand people who entered the workforce in may, which is pretty good, so glass half empty half. Full depends on how you look at it. Here's marketplace's Mitchell Hartman. There's plenty of evidence in this report for the glass half empty. Let's start with the slowdown in job creation, from manufacturing to the service sector, payroll gains have averaged one hundred sixty four thousand a month thus far this year compared to two hundred twenty three thousand per month. Last year. Chris Varas said IHS market says maze number isn't just a one month. Bad jobs report blip, but reflects a slowdown in growth across the US economy, ten Daikin feeds at lending tree trucks, that up to the feeding and fiscal stimulus from last year's tax cuts and also tariff battles with China Europe, Mexico, the trade negotiations do reduce confidence in the economy and businesses back most worrying too. Ca feeds a is these slowdown in annual wage growth, the slowest in nine months. It was three point one percent wage growth while above inflation would give a more positive outlook for the economy later in the year. But even with job creation and wage growth slowing down the situation is far from a disaster says, Ryan, none at the Hamilton project. The unemployment rate remains quite low relative to where it's been over the last twelve months, or so an indication on says that a recession isn't coming. Anytime soon. Christopher Vara said, I chess says the hiring downturn, we've seen may not be so bad, either part of the reason for the slowing employment games is the increasing difficulty that employers have finding qualified workers in such a tight labor market. Now. Keep in mind to keep up with all the new people entering the job market, employers, only need to add around eighty to one hundred thousand jobs, every month, which is pretty close to what we got in may. I'm Mitchell Hartman for marketplace. For more on those jobs numbers and other big economic news of the week. I'm joined now live by Dion Ribaud of axios, end genus my leg of the New York Times. Hey, you to hey Kimberly, Kimberly. So, gene, let's start with you and get your take on. What Mitchell just laid out. Good numbers or bad numbers. You know, I would say that I think on balance you have to take this as a bad number report. And I think the reason is as he highlighted that week number three point one percent marked, the third straight deceleration in wage gains. And I think that that makes the week job number look, a lot worse because if you thought jobs job gains are slowing me so labor markets tight, you would expect wages to be moving up if you thought jobs were slowing because the

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ADP: Job creation drops to 9-year low in May

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:15 min | 3 years ago

ADP: Job creation drops to 9-year low in May

"Arguably the three most relevant letters in this economy. Today are a D N P ADP. That's a company does payroll processing among many other things. It is also, we should tell you an underwriter of this program, but one of the things that does with all that payroll data, it has put out a monthly report on private sector employment. How much of it there is in this morning? We learned that last month, there was less of it than we thought there would be just twenty seven thousand new jobs, last month, a giant drop from the two hundred and seventy five thousand jobs. ADP says we added in April. Now one data point does not panic warrant so bear that in mind. But one big reason for the weakness was small businesses companies with less than nineteen employees. So a drop in employment. So what is going on with the little guys? Marketplace's Tracey Samuelson gets. Is going Nick given our open the sandwich king in Long Island city, queens, this past January sandwiches. Yes, plus some hot foods and catering. He has about five employee's. And he take another one or two, if he could find them hard for good workers at a way, that is fair for both people. He starts new employees around fourteen or fifteen dollars an hour. It's hard to compete with somebody that's offering nineteen dollars if you're just a deli, you know what I mean. How do you put that into your payroll? How'd you fit that into your budget symbolical in a tight labor market, where companies have to increasingly fight for workers, small businesses are losing the battle, Mark Zandi the chief economist at Moody's analytics, which puts together, these payroll reports for ADP small businesses, or distinct disadvantage, relative to the big guys. Because the big guys have lots of resources, they can raise wages. They can provide other benefits and attract workers, small companies just don't have the ability to keep up and they're not this smaller the small business. The harder. The hiring companies with more than twenty employees are out competing those with fewer says Jim Diffley, he's with IHS market, which also track small business hiring. Matters here, intense track workers and influence of this tight labor market is having says, in addition to higher wages and better benefits workers may also prefer the stability of bigger companies in New York. I'm Tracey Samuelson for marketplace

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Ford Cutting 7,000 Global Jobs As Part Of Restructuring Plan

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

07:37 min | 3 years ago

Ford Cutting 7,000 Global Jobs As Part Of Restructuring Plan

"The Ford Motor Company announced this morning. It's cutting seven thousand salary jobs worldwide about ten percent of its white collar employees. It's all part of a big multi year restructuring program that CEO, Jim Hackett has embarked upon, you might remember, though, that Ford made it through the financial crisis, without the bankruptcy filings, the GM, and Chrysler had to make in the f one fifty pickup truck has been bestseller and huge profit maker for decades now. But as marketplace's Jack Stewart reports Ford, along with all the other car companies is gearing up. Very more challenging future. The also industry is anticipating some major technological disruption to its business, but as part of planning for that Michelle Krebs had also try to says companies have to keep doing what that doing. I don't make your absolutely cannot take their eyes off the ball of today's business because that is what is creating the funding to finance this future, that we don't know, when it's going to happen that future for Ford, which wants to be a mobility company means getting into all sorts of things from bike sharing programs to self-driving robo taxis uncertainty, though, is always haunts plan for says Stephanie Brindley analyst at IHS market. You're saying it in some of the financial results. You're seeing it in different cost-cutting programs at different automakers for it's not alone in trying to balance this at all companies worry that one day, people may choose not to own a vehicle, and just use a map like Uber or lift, which with tens of billions of dollars robo tank sees could hasten that shift even more GM boats and autonomous startup cruise for a reported Hoffa billion tech companies with deep pockets like Google's parents alphabet have their own self driving. I'm visions Sam Vieira ni. Out consultants auto focus solutions says Ford is investing to, I would say they they're doing very good job of it. They're just not promoting it yet, but they are moving forward and looking forward to the next era in the automotive industry, and all it's really clear about that next era is that it's going to need as much money as possible to competion, even if that means cuts today. I'm Jack shoe for marketplace. Morgan Stanley is today's bearer of ill economic tidings in a report out this morning. The banks analysts said that, if the trade war between the United States and China keeps up and the president's threatened tariff increases on more Chinese imports come to pass a global recession is within the realm of possibility. So the question now it seems is whether President Trump's approach to trade negotiations is working as he intended cleared Williams was still not too long ago. A White House trade policy official miss Williams. Thanks for coming on. Thanks. Thanks for having me. So for those who don't follow trade, perhaps as closely as. Well as you and I do gimme the gimme like the thirty second elevator pitch version of President Trump's trade agenda. Sure. Well, what President Trump is trying to do is get his arms around a set of long-standing unfair trade practices. That's been going around and the global community. I think the, the most prominent example of that is what's happening with China. Obviously, he's expressed concerns with, you know, the NAFTA agreement with elements of the World Trade Organization. And I think in general with sort of a lack of equitable treatment when it comes to tariffs around the world, do you think, though that the president's tariff policies are the way to get done what he wants it seems that it's very spur of the moment, shall we say now? Well, I actually think since the president has been in office, what he has tried to do is to take tariff action in many cases as a means of leverage, you know, not all tariffs are created equal, as they say. So I mean I could go through. One by one in China. It's really a means to an end fair enough. And, and look, it's only a half hour program. I appreciate you. You know go through the harmonized tariff schedule. But let me ask you a more fundamental question, and it's going to sound like I'm poking the president in the eye, and I'm really not do you think he understands the way tariff works, because if you look at his public pronouncements his tweets virtually everything he says, about tariffs would seem to indicate he just doesn't understand how they work. It's not the Chinese are paying. It's not that there are billions coming in, in the United States from overseas. It's American consumers who are paying these tariffs and the president discounts that at every turn. I think the tariff question actually is, is somewhat of a complex one. Now, I will be the first to grant you the tariffs do have somewhat of a negative impact on the US Konami and on consumers. They can have an impact on businesses who need to get those, those products from abroad. I mean, I'm not a tariff guy all of that said, you know, who pays the tariff in any particular instance is not as simple as, oh, it's all China or it's all the US consumer. And what we've found is we've analyzed it is that it's really different in, in each instance, I'm sure I don't need to say for the academic research that shows in the section to thirty two and three hundred tariff cases that the president has imposed on the Chinese. It is literally American consumers who were paying sometimes inaccessable one hundred percent of the tariffs and more to the point though. With all respect, you didn't answer the question, does the president understand how tariffs work, I think that he does. And again, I, I, I would paint the three one in the two thirty two with, with different brush. I think when the administration put in place, three thrill one Tara. Chiefs. They were expressly designed to pick products that the US could source from other places and you actually do see some of that happening on steel. I, I would grant you that different situation. And I think that the steel tariffs were more controversial within the administration itself for that reason. I'm not sure exactly when you left the administration must Wilms but, but the last you heard from folks inside the White House. What is your sense of the president's sense of urgency on fixing and, and getting to a deal with the Chinese, and, and does it carry into the twenty twenty campaign cycle farther? I left the White House about a month ago. April nineteenth with my was my last day. I went and actually got to see the president a couple of weeks after that, I think that with respect to China that the president is willing to keep at the current strategy as long as it takes to ensure that China starts playing by the rules. I think if you look what you're hearing from the hill, you see Democrats and Republicans alike, all saying, stay tough on China, make sure you get structural reforms in China where you're getting feedback are things on steel and aluminum and saying, we need to work with the allies more. So, look, I hear ya on what he is hearing from the hill. And from people inside the boat way writ, large, but every single farmer we talked to and virtually every single small business person with truly just one or two exceptions in the last year and a half has said these tariffs are killing us. Right. No. There's no question that there is going to be some pressure from the business community. I've been surprised actually that, that the, the business community for the most part has stayed firm with the president and said, you need to, you need to be tough on China because they're hurting my business. A lot of the pain that the agriculture community has been feeling in the past has been on the retaliation, the restrictions trying to deal with that. But if we can get the commitments from China, and the market access from China, it's going to be a much better situation. Clear Williams, former deputy director for international policy, the National Economic Council, the White House on his way through job in the private sector Williams, thanks very much for your time. I appreciate it, sir. It's my pleasure.

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"ihs market" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

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04:16 min | 3 years ago

"ihs market" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Whatever it takes. If you couldn't hear it over all the clicking cameras, but with that as the timeline. Marketplace's Abry Benesch your takes us through the shutdown. Macroeconomic math. There are four hundred thousand government workers who have not been working, which means they've not been contributing to GDP so take their paychecks, which they are not getting out of GDP. And here's what you get. We meet that in the fourth quarter. The impact of the shutdown was this attractive about one tenth of a percentage point from GDP growth measured at an annualized rate. Joel prac- in is chief economist for macroeconomic advisers by IHS market, the impact in the first quarter of this year will depend on how long the shutdown goes on. It's looking like another tenth of a percent. Now, I want to emphasize these don't necessarily capture the disruption of private commerce, which could get increasingly large the longer the shutdown persists a lot of businesses. Depend on government services. William gale is with the Brookings Institution. Someone's trying to get a business permit, for example to start construction. Do a variety of other things that require government government approval. Everything is stopped up. Now, measuring these other effects gets complicated. The family who would have gone to a national park might go watch a movie instead that doesn't hurt GDP the workers who don't get paid. We'll probably get back pay later. But the lost government output is never made up comes out to about one hundred and forty five million dollars worth a day. According to just market or in the space of the story one hundred and fifty thousand dollars in New York. I'm sorry sure for marketplace. So here's what we're going to do the rest of the program point out a couple of areas. Six maybe eight I dunno. I forget, frankly, where the government not being in business could have real trickle down effects on businesses. We're gonna start with housing even in normal times a huge chunk of this economy. According to Zillow the real estate data sign federal workers who aren't going to get a paycheck on Friday will almost a half. A billion dollars in rent or mortgage this month the national association realtors says about twenty one percent of its realtors have had clients pull out of buying a home, especially if they were trying to get a federally backed mortgage and don't just take it from me. Here's part of the shutdown FAQ from the federal department of housing and urban development itself, mostly shutdown quote with each day that the shutdown continues. We can expect an increase in the impacts on potential homeowners home sellers and the entire housing market to that's housing. What about Wall Street, the inner workings of Wall Street? I mean, the gears in the gritty stuff the stuff that the government's supposed to keep an eye on the part that the securities and Exchange Commission, shall we say is responsible for here's marketplace's Nancy Marshall genzer. See you've got a big merger in the works. Or you're planning to go public like Uber. You need to clear your documents with the SEC for things like the price of your stock. What you're gonna tell investors this usually takes about six weeks, but the SEC doesn't want their shutdown. Down to get in the way of business. So it's come up with a shutdown workaround d I y it's kinda let companies merged and go public without its input. But nobody's going to do that. Because the SEC seal of approval could be all that standing between your company in a lawsuit. Lots of those work arounds happening, by the way and therein as Nancy said lies some peril. The Federal Reserve is working this week. It is not subject to the regular government. Budgeting process, which means I can tell you this the central Bank released the minutes of his most recent meeting today, the one back in December seventeen pages lots of charts and graphs here is a useful indicator, though, the word trade appeared seventeen times in the meetings last month, mostly in a not quite so good context. On Wall Street this Wednesday, the stock trading not the regulatory part shutdown shutdown. We'll have the details when we do the numbers. More about the shutdown in a minute. But.

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"ihs market" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"ihs market" Discussed on KCRW

"Couldn't hear it over all the clicking cameras. But with that as the timeline. Marketplace's Sabrina Benesch your takes us through the shutdown. Macroeconomic math. There are four hundred thousand government workers who have not been working, which means they've not been contributing to GDP so take their paychecks, which they are not getting out of GDP. And here's what you get. We estimate that in the fourth quarter. The impact of the shutdown was the subtract about one tenth of a percentage point from GDP growth. Major did an annualized rate. Joel practice is chief economist for macroeconomic advisers by IHS market, the impact in the first quarter of this year will depend on how long the shutdown goes on. It's looking like another tenth of a percent. Now, I want to emphasize these don't necessarily capture the disruption of private commerce, would you could get increasingly large the longer the shutdown persist a lot of businesses. Depend on government services. William gale is with the Brookings Institution. Someone's trying to get a business permit, for example, to start construction do variety of other things that require government government approval. Everything is stopped up. Now, measuring these other effects gets complicated. The family who would have gone to a national park might go watch a movie instead that doesn't hurt GDP the workers who don't get paid. We'll probably get back pay later, but the lost government output is never made up. It comes out to about one hundred and forty five million dollars worth a day. According to IHS market, or in the space of the story one hundred and fifty thousand dollars in New York, I'm sure for marketplace. So here's what we're going to do the rest of the program point out a couple of areas. Six maybe eight I forget, frankly, where the government not being in business could have real trickle down effects on businesses. We're gonna start with housing even in normal times a huge chunk of this economy. According to Zillow the real estate data site federal workers who aren't gonna get a paycheck on Friday will almost a half. A billion dollars in rent or mortgage this month, the national association of realtors says about twenty one percent of its realtors have had clients pull out of buying a home, especially if they were trying to get a federally backed mortgage and don't just take it from me. Here's part of the shutdown FAQ from the federal department of housing and urban development itself, mostly shutdown quote with each day that the shutdown continues. We can expect an increase in the impacts on potential homeowners home sellers and the entire housing market to that's housing. What about Wall Street, the inner workings of Wall Street? I mean, the gears and the gritty stuff the stuff that the government's supposed to keep an eye on the part that the securities and Exchange Commission, shall we say is responsible for here's marketplace's Nancy Marshall genzer. See you've got a big merger in the works. Or you're planning to go public like Hooper, you need to clear your documents with the SEC for things like the price of your stock. What you're going to tell investors issues takes about six weeks. But the SEC doesn't want the shutdown. Down to get in the way of business. So it's come up with a shutdown work around d I y it's kinda like companies merged and go public without its input. But nobody's going to do that. Because the SEC seal of approval could be all that standing between your company in a lawsuit. Lots of those work arounds happening, by the way and therein as Nancy said lies some peril. The Federal Reserve is working this week. It is not subject to the regular government. Budgeting process, which means I can tell you this the central Bank released the minutes of his most recent meeting today, the one back in December seventeen pages lots of charts and graphs here is a useful indicator, though, the word trade appeared seventeen times in the meetings last month, mostly in not quite so good context. On Wall Street this Wednesday, the stock trading partner at the regulatory part shutdown shutdown. We'll have the details when we do the numbers. More about the shutdown in a minute. But we'll keep going with.

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"ihs market" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"ihs market" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"In Los Angeles. I'm calling Rozelle. It is Wednesday today. The ninth of January is always to have you along. Everybody to be clear. No cuss words today. I actually need this job. But we are going to spend some time on the government of the United States the partial shutdown thereof, and what is not happening in business and this economy because that is happening. First of all big picture were a couple of days away from this shutdown becoming the longest shutdown and from the first miss paycheck for those hundreds of thousands of government workers who've been locked out of their jobs that will be Friday. So with President Trump saying this after his visit with Republicans on Capitol Hill today. Whatever. That was whatever it takes. If you couldn't hear it over all the clicking cameras, but with that as the timeline. Marketplace's Sabrina your takes us through the shutdown. Macroeconomic math. There are four hundred thousand government workers who have not been working, which means they've not been contributing to GDP so take their paychecks, which they are not getting out of GDP. And here's what you get. We estimate that in the fourth quarter impact of the shutdown was subtract about one tenth of a percentage point from GDP growth measured at an annualized rate. Joel Bracken is chief economist for macroeconomic advisers by IHS market, the impact in the first quarter of this year will depend on how long the shutdown goes on. It's looking like another tenth of a percent. Now, I want to emphasize that these don't necessarily capture the disruption of private commerce, would you could get increasingly large the longer the shutdown persist a lot of businesses. Depend on government service. William gale is with the Brookings Institution. So if someone's trying to get a business permit, for example to start construction do a variety of other things that require government input a government approval. Everything is stopped up. Now, measuring these other effects gets complicated. The family who would have gone to a national park might go watch a movie instead that doesn't hurt GDP the workers who don't get paid. We'll probably get back pay later, but the lost government output is never made up. The comes out to about one hundred and forty five million dollars worth a day. According to IHS market, or in the space of the story one hundred fifty thousand dollars in New York. I'm revenge. Sure for marketplace. So here's what we're going to do the rest of the program point out a couple of areas. Six maybe eight I forget, frankly, where the government not being in business could have real trickle down effects on businesses. We're going to with housing even in normal times, a huge chunk of this economy. According to Zillow the real estate data sign federal workers who aren't going to get a paycheck on Friday will almost a half. A billion dollars in rent or mortgage this month, the national association of realtors says about twenty one percent of its realtors have had clients pull out of buying a home, especially if they were trying to get a federally backed mortgage and don't just take it from me. Here's part of the shutdown FAQ from the federal department of housing and urban development itself, mostly shutdown quote with each day that the shutdown continues. We can expect an increase in the impacts on potential homeowners home sellers and the entire housing market to that's housing. What about Wall Street, the inner workings of Wall Street? I mean, the gears and the gritty stuff the stuff that the government's supposed to keep an eye on the part that the securities and Exchange Commission, shall we say is responsible for here's marketplace's Nancy Marshall genzer save big merger in the works. Or you're planning.

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"ihs market" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"ihs market" Discussed on AP News

"Parents are going to court to block a Pennsylvania school district from allowing teachers to carry guns in school. A new lawsuit says that Tamakwe area school board members endangered their community when they approved a policy to arm, teachers and other school employees. Holly Cole sack is one of the plaintiffs. Her daughter goes to Tamakwe area high school. She says that a teacher's role is to teach and not to serve in the additional role of police officer. But school board member nNcholas Boyle says an armed force of teachers and other school employees will act as a deterrent. The teacher's union has already filed suit against the district. Teachers are allowed to carry weapons in several states, including Texas, Missouri and Ohio while the number of other states are considering it. The protests that brought much of France to a standstill in December weighed on economic activity across the euro zone. According to a closely watched survey financial information company IHS market says it's composite purchasing managers index abroad, gauge of economic activity across the manufacturing and services sector declined to fifty one point one in December from fifty two point seven the previous month and equivalent fall in January would effectively see the euro zone in recession territory as anything below fifty indicates contraction in output this survey found this slowdown in growth during December in part reflected lower activity in France where a yellow vest. Protesters reportedly led to a first fallen economic output for two and a half years. A six hundred twelve pound blue-fin tuna sold for a record three million dollars after Tokyo's. Famed sukey g market was moved to a new site on the city's waterfront the winning bid for the prize but threatened species was more than double the twenty thirteen annual new year auction. It was paid by Mira corporation, which runs a chain of sushi restaurants, and is often won the annual auction in the past bluefin tuna normally sells for up to forty dollars a pound, but the price rises to over two hundred dollars a pound near the years, and especially for price catches from northern Japan. Last year's auction was the last of the old site before the market shifted to its new location the old spots being turned into a parking lot for the twenty twenty Tokyo Olympics. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast grand game. I look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcast and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. I'm Jay Farner,.

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"ihs market" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"ihs market" Discussed on AP News

"It was also vandalized back in two thousand seventeen in. The Winston Salem city. Attorney says considering that and other confrontations over confederate monuments, it's now considered a public nuisance the United daughters of the confederacy only confederate soldiers monument, and while state law makes it difficult to remove monuments on public property. This one is on private property last week. Someone wrote cowards and traders on the statue's base. It was previously vandalized about two years ago during the deadly white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia mayor Ellen joins made the announcement that the monument would be moved during an emancipation proclamation ceremony Tuesday. The protests that brought much of France to a standstill in December weighed on economic activity across the euro zone. According to a closely watched survey financial information company IHS market says it's composite purchasing managers index abroad, gauge of economic activity across the manufacturing and services sector declined to fifty one point one in December from fifty two point seven the previous month and equivalent fallen January would effectively see the euro zone in recession territory as anything below fifty indicates contraction in output survey found this slowdown in growth during December in part reflected lower activity in France where yellow vest. Protesters reportedly led to a first fall economic output for two and a half years. A six hundred twelve pound blue fin tuna sold for a record three million dollars after Tokyo's. Famed sukey g market was moved to a new site on the city's waterfront the winning bid for the prize but threatened species was more than double the twenty thirteen annual new year auction. It was paid by Moore corporation, which runs a chain of sushi restaurants and is often won the annual auction in the past bluefin tuna normally sells for up to forty dollars a pound, but the price rises to over two hundred dollars. A pound you're the years, and especially for price catches from northern Japan. Last year's auction was the last of the old sukey g site before the market shifted to its new location the old spots being turned.

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"ihs market" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"ihs market" Discussed on AP News

"Students will be able to meet the six wheeled three foot high eighty pound vendors to pick up potato chips sparkling water in the like at fifty locations around campus, the robots travel it up to six miles an hour in stop when someone steps in front of them. The partners are starting with three. They're hoping to upgrade to five. Warren Levinson, New York. The protests that brought much of France to a standstill in December weighed on economic activity across the euro zone. According to closely watched survey financial information company, IHS market says it's composite purchasing managers index abroad, gauge of economic activity across the manufacturing and services sector declined to fifty one point one in December from fifty two point seven the previous month and equivalent fallen January would effectively see the euro zone in recession territory as anything below fifty indicates contraction in output this survey found the slowdown in growth during December in part reflected lower activity in France where yellow vest. Protesters reportedly led to a first fallen economic output for two and a half years. Shutdown impasse. I'm Tim Maguire. The AP news, the President Trump met today with congressional leaders about his border wall and the government shutdown after the meeting us ass by reporter if he said, the partial shutdown could last for months even years, I did is that. Absolutely. I said that I don't think it will. But I am prepared. And I think I can speak for Republicans in the house and Republicans in the Senate they feel very strongly about having a safe country. The president also said he could consider declaring national emergency and bypass congress to build the wall. Trump says he felt a meeting was productive house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she didn't see any real progress lengthy and sometimes a contentious conversation with the president both sides did agree for congressional staffers and White House officials to continue meetings through the weekend..

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Bluefin tuna sells for record $112M

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Bluefin tuna sells for record $112M

"Estimated that as many as thirty million people visit Venice each year. The city council will be responsible for setting the charge and determining they collection method. The mayor's office said it would vary from two euros fifty to ten euros per person. They will be exemptions to students people traveling briefly to Venice for work or business and regional residents. I even visited visitors won't have to pay the new tax. They are currently charged a small state, tax, polite. The varies according to season location and the ages of the guests. While the president and congress are squabbling over immigration issues. The question begs just how important is immigration to Americans. AP's Rita Foley has a look at the results of a new Associated Press poll nearly half of Americans. We ask say immigration is such an important issue. It should be a top priority for the government this year, but two thirds of them don't have much confidence that Washington can handle this far more Republicans listed immigration as a top issue than Democrats healthcare. And the economy were on the list of top issues too and about twenty five percent of Americans listed climate issues. As a top challenge facing the country a sharp increase largely driven by Democrats. Rita Foley, Washington. Shutdown impasse. I'm Tim Maguire. The AP news been the President Trump met today with congressional leaders about his border wall and the government shutdown after the meeting us asked by a reporter if he said the partial shutdown could last for months even years. I did is that. Absolutely. I said that I don't think it will. But I am prepared. And I think I can speak for Republicans in the house and Republicans in the Senate they feel very strongly about having a safe country. The president also said he could consider declaring a national emergency and bypass congress to build the wall. Trump says he felt a meeting was productive house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she didn't see any real progress lengthy and sometimes a contentious conversation with the president both sides did agree for congressional staffers. White House officials to continue meetings through the weekend, the two-week-old partial shutdown impacts a number of departments, including state and homeland security. I'm Tim Maguire. More news right after this the protests that brought much of France to a standstill in December weighed on economic activity across the euro zone. According to a closely watched survey, financial information company, IHS market says composite purchasing managers index a broad gauge of economic activity across the manufacturing and services sector declined to fifty one point one in December from fifty two point seven the previous month and equivalent fallen January would effectively see the euro zone in recession territory as anything below fifty indicates contraction output this survey found the slowdown in growth during December in part reflected lower activity in France where yellow vest. Protesters reportedly led to a I fall in economic output for two and a half years. Even the dirt on the grounds making climate change worse. According to a study published in the journal nature plans capture massive amounts of carbon and pump it into the soil where it usually stays for hundreds or thousands of years observations taken from across the globe show as temperatures have warmed bacteria and fungi in the soil are becoming more active study says these turbocharged microbes are feeding on dead leaves and plants and releasing more heat trapping carbon dioxide into the air. Researchers have analyzed sensor readings soil measurements plant growth data and satellite observations in what's the most comprehensive study yet of the climate change impacts of soil. Scientists say is the world continues to warm the soil will release even more carbon that it's been holding. Los angeles. Prosecutors are suing the Weather Channel to stop it. From tracking. It's app users and selling the data city. Attorney Michael fear says users of the app are misled to think their location data will only be used for personalized. Forecasts and alerts fear says the Weather Channel intentionally obscured its motives and a lengthy privacy policy that got four fifths of users to agree to share geo location data. The lawsuit comes as companies such as Facebook and Google are under fire for sharing users information fear says the Weather Channel sold data to at least a dozen websites. Four targeted ads. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. I look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game.

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"ihs market" Discussed on AP News

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01:57 min | 3 years ago

"ihs market" Discussed on AP News

"The lowest since February of twenty thirteen the housing market slowed since the country voted to leave the European Union in two thousand sixteen and now that the March departure dates looming the property market like other sectors is being hobbled by uncertainty over what Brexit will mean. Economically. The protests that brought much of France to a standstill in December weight on economic activity across the euro zone. According to a closely watched survey financial information company IHS market says it's composite purchasing managers index abroad, gauge of economic activity across the manufacturing and services sector declined to fifty one point one in December from fifty two point seven the previous month an equivalent fallen January would affectively see the euro zone in recession territory as anything below fifty indicates contraction in output this survey found this slowdown in growth during December in part reflected lower activity in France where a yellow vest. Protesters reportedly led to a I fall in economic output for two and a half years. Shutdown impasse. I'm Tim Maguire. The AP news, the President Trump met today with congressional leaders about his border wall and the government shutdown after the meeting us asked by a reporter if he said the partial shutdown could last for months even years. I did that. Absolutely. I said that I don't think it will. But I am prepared. And I think I can speak for Republicans in the house and Republicans in the Senate they feel very strongly about having a safe country. The president also said he could consider declaring a national emergency bypass congress to build the wall. Trump says he felt the meeting was productive house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she didn't see any real progress lengthy and sometimes contentious conversation with the president both sides did agree for congressional staffers and White House officials to continue meetings through the weekend, the two-week-old partial shutdown impacts.

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"ihs market" Discussed on AP News

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02:14 min | 3 years ago

"ihs market" Discussed on AP News

"Data can explode and hurled shrapnel. At passengers included are the two thousand ten forty eagle and Lincoln M K axe the two thousand ten and two thousand eleven Ford ranger the two thousand ten to two thousand twelve Ford fusion and Lincoln, m k z the two thousand ten and two thousand eleven mercury Milan. And the two thousand ten to two thousand fourteen Ford Mustang. Some of the recalls may be limited to specific geographic areas of the US at least twenty three people have been killed worldwide by the inflators. Ford says it doesn't know of any injuries and vehicles included in this recall and dealers will replace the inflators Takata uses the chemical ammonium nitrate to create an explosion to inflate airbags, but it can deteriorate over time due to heat and humidity and explode with too much force blowing a part of medical canister designed to contain the explosion Takata recalls are being phased in through twenty twenty the protests that brought much. France to a standstill in December weighed on economic activity across the euro zone. According to a closely watched survey financial information company IHS market says it's composite purchasing managers index abroad, gauge of economic activity across the manufacturing and services sector declined to fifty one point one in December from fifty two point seven the previous month and equivalent fallen January would effectively see the euro zone in recession territory as anything below fifty indicates contraction in output this survey found this slowdown in growth during December in part reflected lower activity in France where yellow vest. Protesters reportedly led to a first fall and economic output for two and a half years. Shutdown impasse. I'm Tim Maguire, the AP newsmen, the President Trump met today with congressional leaders about his border wall and the government shutdown after the meeting us ass by reporter if he said, the partial shutdown could last for months even years, I did is that. Absolutely. I said that I don't think it will. But I am prepared. And I think I can speak for Republicans in the house and Republicans in the Senate, they feel very strongly about having a safe AP digital news back in a moment..

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"ihs market" Discussed on AP News

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02:09 min | 3 years ago

"ihs market" Discussed on AP News

"Z, featuring the Mona Lisa and other world famous artworks has been viewed over one hundred forty six million times on YouTube. The museum also mentioned in a statement, the success of its flagship exhibition on French master Delacour as a reason for the record. The museum notes a significant rise in the number of foreign visitors mostly from the United States, China of the European countries and Brazil, the NC double A image awards will be televised live for the first time this March the fiftieth anniversary ceremony. Will be televised on the TV one cable network at the Dolby theatre in Hollywood, California on March thirtieth the award show spotlights the contributions of the NWEA CPI and the organization's impact on the community and double ACP president and CEO Derrick Johnson called the awards fiftieth anniversary a major milestone in bringing visibility to the achievements of the African Americans and entertainment literature and the arts along with the live telecast TV one will air the announcement of nominees the date for nominations hasn't been announced the protests that brought much of France to a standstill in December way that economic activity across the euro zone. According to a closely watched survey financial information company IHS market says it's composite purchasing managers index abroad, gauge of economic activity across the manufacturing and services sector declined to fifty one point one in December from fifty two point seven the previous month and equivalent fallen. January would effectively see the euro zone in recession territory as anything below fifty indicates contraction in output this survey found the slowdown in growth during December in part reflected lower activity in France where yellow vest. Protesters reportedly led to a first fall and economic output for two and a half years. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. A look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game..

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"ihs market" Discussed on AP News

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03:05 min | 3 years ago

"ihs market" Discussed on AP News

"Protests that brought much of France to a standstill in December weighed on economic activity across the euro zone. According to a closely watched survey financial information company IHS market says it's composite purchasing managers index abroad, gauge of economic activity across the manufacturing and services sector declined to fifty one point one in December from fifty two point seven the previous month and equivalent fallen January would effectively see the euro zone in recession territory as anything below fifty indicates contraction in output this survey found this low down in growth during December in part reflected lower activity in France where yellow vest. Protesters reportedly led to a I fall in economic output for two and a half years. The NC double A image awards will be televised live for the first time this March the fiftieth anniversary ceremony will be televised on the TV one cable network at the Dolby theatre in Hollywood, California on March thirtieth the award show spotlights the contributions of the NWEA CPI and the organization's impact on the community and double ACP president and CEO Derrick Johnson called the awards fiftieth anniversary a major milestone in bringing visibility to the achievements of the African Americans and entertainment literature and the arts along with the live telecast TV one will air the announcement of nominees the date for nominations hasn't been announced. Popstar Bayonne say may have helped the Leuven Paris to host ten point two million visitors in two thousand eighteen the lube is already the world's most visited museum a video of beyond. Santa husband, Jay, z, featuring the Mona Lisa and other world famous artworks has been viewed over one hundred forty six million. Times on YouTube. The museum also mentioned in a statement, the success of its flagship exhibition on French monster Delacour as a reason for the record. The museum notes a significant rise in the number of foreign visitors mostly from the United States, China other European countries and Brazil shutdown impasse. I'm Tim Maguire the AP newsmen the President Trump met today with congressional leaders about his border wall and the government shutdown after the meeting us ask by reporter. If he said, the partial shutdown could last for months even years, I did is that. Absolutely. I said that I don't think it will. But I am prepared. And I think I can speak for Republicans in the house and Republicans in the Senate they feel very strongly about having a safe country. The president also said he could consider declaring a national emergency in bypass congress to build the wall. Trump says he felt a meeting was productive house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she didn't see any real progress lengthy and sometimes contentious conversation with the president both sides did agree for congressional staffers. White House officials to continue meetings through the weekend, the two-week-old partial shutdown impacts a number of departments, including state and homeland security. I'm Tim Maguire. More news right after this. Seventy.

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"ihs market" Discussed on AP News

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02:57 min | 3 years ago

"ihs market" Discussed on AP News

"Discounts available in all states or situations. The protests that brought much of France to a standstill in December weighed on economic activity across the euro zone. According to a closely watched survey financial information company IHS market says it's composite purchasing managers index abroad, gauge of economic activity across the manufacturing and services sector declined to fifty one point one in December from fifty two point seven the previous month and equivalent fall in January would affectively see the euro zone in recession territory as anything below fifty indicates contraction in output this survey found the slowdown in growth during December in part reflected lower activity in France where a yellow vest. Protesters reportedly led to a I fall economic output for two and a half years. Netflix dominance could be challenged in the new year by Disney and Warner media. It means net. Flicks viewers will no longer be able to watch hit movies like Black Panther or Moana which will soon. Reside on Disney streaming service. Warner media service will showcase its library of blockbuster films and HBO series about fifty five percent of US households. Now subscribed absolved he said, it appears to overstep the first amendment the Washington Post and other media outlets filed a federal lawsuit last year to block portions of the law from being enforced. The NC double A image awards will be televised live for the first time this March the fiftieth anniversary ceremony will be televised on the TV one cable network at the Dolby theatre in Hollywood, California on March thirtieth the award show spotlights the contributions of the NWEA CPI and the organization's impact on the community and double ACP president damn CEO. Derrick Johnson called the awards fiftieth anniversary. A major milestone in bringing visibility to the achievements of the African Americans and entertainment literature and the arts along with the live telecast TV one will air the announcement of nominees the date for nominations hasn't been announced. Shutdown impasse. I'm Tim Maguire. The AP news newsmen the President Trump met today. Congressional leaders about his border wall and the government shutdown after the meeting us asked by reporter. He said the partial shutdown could last months even years. I did is that. Absolutely. I said that I don't think it will. But I am prepared. And I think I can speak for Republicans in the house and Republicans in the Senate they feel very strongly about having a safe country. The president also said he could consider declaring a national emergency and bypass congress to build the wall. Trump says he felt the meeting was productive house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she didn't see any real progress lengthy and sometimes contentious conversation with the president both sides did agree for congressional staffers and White House officials to continue meetings through the weekend, the two-week-old partial shutdown impacts a number of departments, including state.

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01:55 min | 3 years ago

"ihs market" Discussed on AP News

"Residency on hold to focus on her father's recovery from a life threatening illness. She's announced she's going on an indefinite work hiatus Mendez dedicating her focus and energy to care for her family. The statement announcing her decision says her father's had a complicated recovery after becoming ill two months ago, undergoing emergency surgery and spending several days at a hospital. Residency was scheduled to kickoff in February at park theatre at the park MGM casino resort. The president of MGM resorts. International says the company respects Spears's commitment to her family. The protests that brought much of France to a standstill in December weight on economic activity across the euro zone. According to a closely watched survey financial information company IHS market says it's composite purchasing managers index abroad, gauge of economic activity across the manufacturing and services sector declined to fifty one point one in December from fifty two point seven the previous month and equivalent fall in January would effectively see the euro zone in recession territory as anything below fifty indicates contraction in output, the survey found the slowdown in growth during December in part reflected lower activity in France where a yellow vest. Protesters reportedly led to a first fallen economic output for two and a half years. Netflix dominance could be challenged in the new year by Disney and Warner media. It means net. Flicks viewers will no longer be able to watch hit movies like Black Panther or Moana which will soon. Reside on Disney streaming service Warner media services, showcase its library of blockbuster films and HBO series about fifty five percent of US households. Now subscribe to paid video services up from just ten percent in two thousand nine according to the research firm, Deloitte, individual channels, like FOX ESPN CBS and Showtime are also getting into the act the.

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Devastating wildfires a "new normal" for California, governor says

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04:44 min | 4 years ago

Devastating wildfires a "new normal" for California, governor says

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Nora raum. A federal appeals court dealt a blow today to President. Trump's attempt to withhold money from cities that refuse to cooperate with immigration enforcement, Alex Emslie of member station k. q. e. d. reports, San Francisco based. Ninth circuit court of appeals found the January twenty seventeen executive order violates the separation of powers because congress not the president control spending. James Williams is Santa Clara county council. They're clear intent was to quote de-fund local governments, and that's exactly the kind of thing that the president can't do under our constitution. The ninth circuit also ruled however, that the lower court went too far when it imposed a nationwide injunction in case a spokesman for the US department of Justice says this latest ruling is a quote victory for criminal aliens in California for NPR news. I'm Alex Hemsley in San Francisco. Three men are. In federal custody accused of stealing financial information from, millions of people in what the FBI call is one of the largest cyber attacks they've ever handled max Wasserman of. Member station k. n. k. ex and Seattle has more the three Ukrainian. Men are believed to be part of an international hacking group known as being, seven officials say the cybercrime organization used fake emails laced, with malware to. Steal credit and debit card records for more than one hundred US companies and others from around the world US attorney and net Hayes. Says much of that information ended up. For sale online it is an investigation that we're, going to continue to pursue because clearly there are other actors out there who we. Need to hold to account federal, officials found out about the operation after an unnamed company said it was targeted in two thousand fifteen for NPR news I'm max Wasserman in Seattle fire officials in California say they're making progress against a major wildfire in. The northern part of the state More than thousand homes have burned in and around the city. Of reading but some residents are now allowed to return home California governor Jerry Brown says the fire represents the new normal in the state with large intense wildfires occurring more often in. A longer fire season every year is teaching the fire with authorities new lessons we're. Not we're in uncharted territory since civilization emerged in, thousand years ago we haven't had this kind of he condition and this can continue Getting worse he said in the coming years there will be more destructive. Fires and California will have to spend more billions, fighting them. The US National Transportation Safety board is sending investigators to northern Mexico to help determine why a jetliner crashed Tuesday the plane went down. Shortly after takeoff on a domestic flight all. One hundred three people. On board were able to get off the plane before it. Caught fire no indic- but sustained minor injuries this is NPR news Wells Fargo will pay two point one, billion dollars to settle claims over mortgages it sold to. Investors during the, housing, bubble that, led to the crash in two thousand eight in an agreement reached today, with the Justice department the Bank acknowledged it had approved loans for people that it new provided bogus information to show they could afford. The loans the investors bought tens of billions of dollars in mortgages and lost. A great deal of money when some borrowers defaulted. The Federal Reserve is holding interest rates steady wrapped up its latest meeting on the economy today but as. NPR's Chris Arnold reports two more, rate hikes are still likely before, the end of the year this fed meeting didn't have. A press conference following it and the fed doesn't like to make any big moves without a press conference so. This is a steady as it goes statement that the fed. Put out Ken Mathie knee is an economist with IHS market there were no major changes a couple, of slight, upgrades in terms of. Describing growth and strong That while. The fed didn't mention it Medina says officials are also keeping, an eye on the Trump administration's tariffs and the possibility. Of a larger, trade, war because, he says that could do major economic damage Chris Arnold NPR news now, the painstaking process begins to identify servicemembers missing since the Korean war fifty five boxes arrived in Hawaii today for analysis they're believed to. Contain the remains of Americans and perhaps servicemen from other United Nations countries that. Fought alongside South Korea during the war that ended. In nineteen Fifty-three with an armistice not a peace treaty I'm Nora raum NPR news in Washington Support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors..

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Apple CEO 'Optimistic' China Trade Dispute Will Be Resolved

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07:09 min | 4 years ago

Apple CEO 'Optimistic' China Trade Dispute Will Be Resolved

"For the arts It's morning edition from NPR news I'm Noel. King and. I'm Rachel Martin a federal judge yesterday blocked the online release, of blueprints for making a gun on a three d. printer this came after attorneys general from eight states and the district of. Columbia filed, suit against the Trump administration which had opened the door to the release of these blueprints by. Recently, settling a related case. Washington state's. Attorney general Bob Ferguson was pleased, with, the judge's ruling makes no damn sense damn sense at all to. Make those available President, Trump tweeted yesterday quote I am looking into three d. plastic guns being sold to the public already spoke to NRA doesn't seem to make much sense exclamation point Matt largely is with member station k. u. t.. And has covered this, issue for a while. Matt thanks for being here you're welcome so we've got, President Trump saying hey it doesn't make sense to have. Blueprints online for for these weapons at the same time it's. His State Department that settled a Case just. Weeks ago. That essentially opened the door to. Their release so can you, explain what's going on here yeah that's right so previously the Obama administration had taken the stance that that these files should not. Be released, and that continued for a while under the Trump administration but yeah then in April there was. Kind, of this surprise settlement. Between the. State Department and defense distributed the, company, that's that's distributing these these online plans and the State Department agreed. To to kind of, carve out an exception for the company But as you note I mean it was the Obama administration that that stopped this company. From from, releasing all these, plans but before two thousand thirteen they had already done so as we all know things that are on the. Internet never actually disappear so if they are essentially already available online does this ruling by this judge yesterday Really. Mean anything well it's hard to. Tell because yeah in. Two thousand thirteen Cody Wilson the guy who founded defense distributed he posted the plans for this. Single shot three d. printed pistol on the internet and it's been online kind of ever since like he hasn't. Been distributing it but those files have, been available on file, sharing sites, they've been passed around by people they that files existed what's new here is that he. Released a whole bunch of other other plans for. Different guns and those have, also been downloaded thousands of times 'cause they were. Online from Friday night until just last night, what are you know about Cody Wilson Well he characterizes. Himself as kind of an anarchist libertarian he's very much into gun rights he he told me that this all. Started for him after the cable gate Thing with Julian Assange. And releasing all those? Diplomatic cables, and he kinda thought about what might, what might WikiLeaks for guns look like and so that kind of. Started him on this journey so? What, happens now I mean legally speaking with the judge. Now saying we need to time. Out, in order to decide where to go how does the case move forward Well I would imagine that defense distributed will probably. Appeal this ruling from the judge But The merits of the case haven't actually been heard. Yet so the actual questions at issue here haven't been decided in, effect they've never been decided the this has been winding its way through the courts for a few years, now but a judge has never actually ruled on whether or not this is. Legal katie's met. Largely thanks so much about you're quite, welcome Apple's share price jumped yesterday after the company reported. Record earnings for the. Quarter on an investor call CEO Tim cook gave credit to strong. Sales he also took questions about. The chilly relationship between the US and China apple is heavily invested. In China and China is responsible for about a fifth. Of apples, revenue reporter Ryan Kyle has the story to get a sense of just how entrenched apple is in China I talked, Scotty Allen he lives in Shenzhen the country's, our traffic's capital and hosted popular YouTube show, called strange parts Allen I went viral when he assembled his. Own iphone out of parts he bought off the street and the, streets in Shenzhen he says are littered with iphone parts literally outside the apartment building that I live in, there are women sitting on small stools shocking cell phones like you would shuck. Oysters cracking them. Open to recycle the silicone keypad the A plastic case. The Shenzhen market stretch on for blocks one whole areas devoted to cell phones of all kinds but mostly, iphone stuff there are entire buildings that. Sell nothing but like iphone cases headphones and charters and keep in mind. This is the informal apple economy Apple's official footprint in China is enormous every iphone is assembled there, most. Of the gigantic Foxconn plant that's the world's largest contract maker like there's an exit on. The freeway called, Foxconn. And they're essentially like a walled city that plan which was heavily. Subsidized by the government has over. Three hundred fifty thousand employees Chinese labor allows apple to keep costs. And prices low and this is where the trade war. Comes in, if the trade war really get serious the stakes are very big David dollar is a senior fellow at the Brookings, institution's China center these companies like apple have, invested a huge amount in developing this production, network And if you start coming in with, major taxes you're disrupting the whole supply, chain all of which is going to be expensive and. Then add cost to. Get passed onto the consumer research group, IHS market estimates tariffs on consumer electronics would add about thirty. Seven bucks to I phone import. Costs now those don't exist yet but. The White House has signaled. It wants to tax every single thing we import from China half a trillion dollars worth of imports Tim cook took a question on this yesterday RBM terrorists is the they show up as a tax on the consumer and wind. Up resulting in. Lower economic growth dividend says China doesn't import enough from, the US to match our tariffs tit for tat. Instead they might try more sideways tactics, in a trade war probably. China's best move is to encourage consumer boycott of American products Chinese. State media actually been criticizing apple heavily this past week over the way prohibited Content, is shared on its I message up it's a potentially dangerous signal for the. Company tariffs serve easy enough to change along with political winds. But if Chinese propaganda turns apple into an enemy of the state. That damage may not be.

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