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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 6 d ago

"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is all over it. She's in D.C., hey Nancy. Thanks, Carol. Ukraine is trying to recover from repeated Russian missile attacks against its electrical systems. More than 50% of the power has now been restored, but the government is preparing for the situation to get worse. The war has now reached the 9 month Mark. Downtown business districts in major cities in the U.S. are operating at half speed as many of those who found it convenient during the pandemic to work from home, continue to do so. We get more from Bloomberg's irv Chapman in Washington. Residential real estate is endured as a good investment for homeowners as well as for rental property owners, but not so for office buildings, real estate analyst Jonathan Miller said in a Bloomberg interview. I don't even know if it has the potential to cover in the next several years because a remote, that is not going away, repurposing to some sort of multi-family residential. There's a challenge there with zoning conforming to requirements. It's a long slog. Miller said few Americans who own their homes have any recent cell, so demand far exceeds supply, in Washington, nerve Chapman Bloomberg radio. Billionaire Warren Buffett is making good on his pledge to give away most of his fortune. The oracle of Omaha on Thanksgiving eve donated $750 million in Berkshire Hathaway stock to four foundations linked to his family. At the World Cup, the anticipation is building for days today's face off between Team USA and England. It's just the third time the two teams have ever competed against each other, already today, Iran defeated Wales, Senegal beat, cutter, and the Netherlands leads Ecuador one nothing. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries. Not complete. Swiss

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"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 4 months ago

"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"World in national news for that. We go to Wendy Gillette, Wendy. Afternoon, the Senate needed 60 votes to advance a bill to subsidize American production of computer chips 64 senators voted in the affirmative so the bill is a step closer to a presidential signature Bloomberg's irv Chapman reports from Washington. Democratic leader Chuck Schumer is passage. It will make historic investments to scientific research. It will take direct aim at our nation's chip crisis. It is one of the most consequential bipartisan achievements of this Congress. Senator John cornyn expressed support, but did not speak for all Republicans. Chips underpin virtually all the technology that keeps us safe at home and protects our troops around the world. Microprocessors underpin literally everything that has an off and on switch. President Biden has been appearing with technology industry leaders suppressed for the Bill, in Washington, or of champ and Bloomberg radio. The nation's rail network is getting a big boost to give disabled riders better access. Bloomberg's Nathan Hager is in Washington. The Biden administration has announced a one in three quarter $1 billion program to retrofit subway and rail stations with elevators and ramps. The money will come from the bipartisan infrastructure law. The transportation department timed this announcement to the 32nd anniversary of the Americans with disabilities act. The bureau of transportation statistics says more than 25 million people have a travel limiting disability and more than 900 legacy transit stations still aren't accessible for them. In Washington, I'm Nathan Hager, Bloomberg radio. The actor who played Wally cleaver on TV's leave it to beaver has died, Tony Dow was 77. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Wendy Gillette

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"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For a check latest world in national news with Nancy Lyon and tan ants. Thanks, Tam President Biden is in the Middle East for a four day visit, as Bloomberg served Chapman reports the first stop is Israel, Biden's tenth visit to the country. President referred to Israel's Iron Dome system that has protected against missiles from Iran supplied bases. I'm proud to say that our relationship, the State of Israel is deeper and stronger in my view than it's ever been. We have reaffirmed the unshakable commitment to the United States to Israel security, including partnering with Israel on the most cutting edge defense systems in the world. The president also reiterated his support for the two state solution that envisions a Palestinian state living in peace, though he conceded, it won't come about in the near term. In Washington, irv Chapman Bloomberg radio. Ukrainian foreign minister dmytro kuleba tells The Associated Press his country is, quote, planning and preparing for full liberation of Russian occupied cities and towns near the country's Black Sea coast. But he says Ukraine will need more support to continue its campaign. The delivery is a weapons have to be sped up. And all our friends and partners know that. Many are working to make it happen. The labor says the state of the art weapons from the U.S. have been a difference. Maker. The Biden administration is making the case for China competitive China competitiveness bill to move forward. Commerce secretary Gina raimondo and defense secretary Lloyd Austin will brief senators this afternoon on the importance of the chips act to keeping American defenses up to date. Global news 24 hours a day on

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"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:28 min | 8 months ago

"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To say I keep going back to it earnings margins We've seen it in some of the companies I mean Tesla was a blow away number right We saw what Procter & Gamble Part two and gamble And airlines An airline So we're seeing some good news there but it's kind of a tale of two different types of information But is it an adjustment from that pandemic world to post pandemic world to some extent I don't know I don't know We're going to talk airlines in just a few minutes We're going to do more of this But I had a really interesting conversation on quick take stock earlier today with the Jeffreys analyst Sheila khayal who covers airlines And she said what we've learned so far with airline earnings United American is that customers are paying more and they're willing to pay more and then airlines are able to cover the increased cost of fuel by raising ticket prices She's less concerned about inflationary pressures when it comes specifically to airlines she's more concerned about other inflationary pressures than eating into that discretionary income So your cup of coffee costing more That hotel if you're traveling somewhere costing so much more than you're used to That Uber to get around if you're going somewhere So she's worried about the incremental Exactly And maybe having an impact Well all I know is you and I are getting ready to do a bunch of business travel and we've been booking flights finding that there aren't as many flights being offered we're also finding the cost of those flights are pretty high and pretty steep So you definitely can see this playing out in real time for us at least in terms of what your analyst was saying And I'll be doing some anecdotal reporting on the ground at the airports You're seeing how crowded things are How long the lines are Are you really going to be doing that Yeah I think we could just be running for the gate trying to make it I'll be eating stuff All right let's get to world of national news Everybody Nancy Lyons and our 99 one newsroom in D.C. Hey Nancy Thanks Carol President Biden says the U.S. will be sending additional military aid to Ukraine plus another half $1 billion to support its economy Bloomberg's irv Chapman has more from Washington The president said he'll ask Congress to finance still more weapons that will be needed in the weeks ahead Announcing another $800 million to further augment Ukraine's ability to fight in the east and the Donbass region It's flat it's not in the mountains and it requires different kinds of weapons to be more effective That's the Vladimir Putin's claim of achieving control of the besieged eastern city The president said that's questionable There is no evidence yet that Mary pole is completely full The president said he'd also fast track the admission of a 100,000 Ukrainian refugees In Washington Chapman Wilbur gradient Florida is a step closer to ending Disney World status as a special tax district The state House followed the Senate's lead in past a measure to strip The Walt Disney Company of its self governance privileges in the state escalating the feud between governor Ron DeSantis and the entertainment giant desantis has been upset with the company for opposing his law on teaching sex and gender Once desantis signs the bill into law it would take effect in June of next year Robert Morse has died He won a Tony for the original Broadway show how to succeed in business without really trying and also received 5 Emmy nominations for his role as senior partner bertram Cooper in TV's mad men The last I read Nixon was running without an agency Make no mistake We know better what dick Nixon needs Better than techniques Robert Morris was 90 years old Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries When it comes a lot goes into taking care of your property.

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"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"All right hang on a second because we'll talk about where people can find all this stuff later on We're going to come back with Ari hogberg over at Israeli wine direct In the meantime often Nancy lions she's in D.C. Hey Carol all three defendants in the imad Arbery trial have been found guilty of murder Jurors took 11 hours to reach their verdicts in the case Arbery who was black was jogging through a Georgia neighborhood when he was shot after being pursued by the man who are all white wander Cooper Jones is Arbery's mother It's been a long fight It's been a hard fight But God is good Again I'm on Arbery's mother Wanda Cooper Jones Some positive economic signs today consumer spending is up new home sales are up and as Bloomberg served Chapman reports first time unemployment claims are down Reporters another sign the recovery is on track The Richardson chief economist at the firm ADP said in a Bloomberg interview But There's a lot of disincentives and bottlenecks in the labor market The lack of school bus drivers There's a shortage in child care and day care facilities And those prices have gone up There's commuting costs energy prices are up If the pandemic had never happened we would be 2 million jobs higher Richardson said the unemployment rate should continue downward unless another winter time spike in COVID-19 slows hiring In Washington irv Chapman Bloomberg radio More than 2 million passengers are being screened at the nation's airports every day This has happened since Thursday They're traveling for Thanksgiving according to the TSA Brian Byron today found himself in the crush at Houston's international airport.

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"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Digital world acquisition And so the deal we saw digital world take off yesterday and keep rising again today So what I did is I went back and looked at shall we say the category Because of course you also had WeWork going public and starting to trade yesterday And you put those two things together I saw a blank check company or a spack if you like and a company that's been taken public through us back and you get something called the index IND XX That's how they spell it Spac and next gen IPO index Peak back in February and through yesterday was down 34% Couple things you can compare it with The renaissance IPO index so traditional initial public office It was lower but it only dropped a little more than 7 and a half percent And the Russell 3000 index large small in between U.S. companies up 13 and a half percent It just shows you how far out of favor these kinds of companies whether you're talking about the blank checks or their targets how far they'd fallen before we got this deal So a little bit of perspective on what we're seeing here And if you want to know more folks send me an email I'll get you the chart The explanation that goes with it and everything I do going forward the email address is Dee Wilson at Bloomberg net That's Dee Wilson that Bloomberg dot net What's the ticker for that index The ticker for it That would be ice pack I placed on our terminal ISP AC 'cause I do wonder if you had gone in a different moment in time if at one point it was probably up a lot right Oh yeah absolutely going into that February behind question Yeah and it really just though has been right since February Just like off a cliff Yeah so does this bring a revival of spacs Well that's kind of a hard one to get to Because you can argue that it is such a specific deal with such a specific person that one deal does not a story make in terms of the broader index potentially anyway The one thing I would say there's some specifics behind it right And there's I don't know if you want to say fundamentals but there is you understand maybe what this person is creating In general I think a lot of spacs first of all they haven't found a target So they're not trading on really anything And so there's been a fair amount of fluff in the market You should point out that the flip side of that is usually when you get us back deal the company that they're merging with you know they have operations they have you know some kind of revenue this one does not That's not Not yet anyway And so you're betting on the future Good stuff good stuff 94% right now Dave Yeah Yeah and that was after 356% higher yesterday Right You're talking about Doc Yeah Yeah Digital world So when you walk into a wall black Yeah What do you got first of all Let's talk about a company might be familiar with if you go into a swimming pool What Owen A chemical maker Maureen Also derivatives of chlorine like epoxies and bleach the tickers O LN is a Nancy There you go And they came out with third quarter results And as it happens earnings beat analysts average estimate and Bloomberg survey for the third straight quarter after like 5 quarters of losses So that was seen as a plus Bloomberg intelligence writing about how they're benefiting from higher prices for many other products But altogether stocks up about 8 and a half percent et cetera record today 128% higher So far this year 'cause people don't suppose plan Exactly exactly All right Dave Wilson thank you so much Thwack Let's head to Washington D.C. for a check the latest world in national news Nancy lions is standing by Hey ants Hey Tim 70 million Americans are now eligible for a COVID-19 booster vaccine 50 million more will become eligible in the months ahead after government health agencies updated their guidelines Bloomberg served Chapman with more Which booster vaccine you get is up to you doctor Rochelle Walensky director of the Centers for Disease Control said since mix and match has been okayed My understanding is that most people have done largely well with the initial vaccine that they got and they express the preference for the original vaccine series they got There may be some people who might prefer another vaccine over the one that they received and current CDC recommendations now make that possible Doctor Anthony Fauci added that boosters have been shown to make vaccination many times more effective And even to reduce the rate of disease transmission somewhat In Washington irv Chapman Bloomberg radio President Biden is still working toward agreement on his build back better agenda He met with Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer and House speaker Nancy Pelosi earlier today We had a very positive meeting this morning I'm very optimistic Pelosi has said that committees are working on the tax portion of the bill There are still a couple of outstanding issues on healthcare A New York jury has convicted a former associate of Rudy Giuliani on charges that he made illegal campaign contributions to influence U.S. politicians and to advance his business interests Prosecutors accused Lev Parnas of using other people's money to pose as a powerful political.

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"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Look at the small cap stocks That's an area a lot of investors have been focusing on really over the last 12 to 18 months as a source of outperformance Right now let's head down to our 99 one studios in Washington D.C. for world and national news with Amy Mars Amy All right thank you Paul Johnson & Johnson has asked U.S. regulators to allow booster shots of its COVID-19 vaccine J&J says it's filed data with the Food and Drug Administration giving a booster dose between two to 6 months after vaccination a panel of FDA advisers meets next week to consider boosters for both JNJ and Moderna vaccines President Biden and congressional Democrats are deep in negotiations on the shape of spending bills that can be enacted and will impact economic growth in the years ahead Bloomberg's irv Chapman has that story from Washington The American economy is slowing after a spurt that ended the pandemic recession Economists Leslie piezo the firm stiff Nicholas said in a Bloomberg interview We are very likely to see a noticeable slowdown in the back half of the year and going forward into 2022 We will see a slightly reduced activity level on part of the consumer but also we're going to see a much reduced footprint from the federal government That's a persistence of COVID-19 will also have an impact as well as the shift of consumer spending to a pre-pandemic balance between goods and services In Washington or Chapman Bloomberg radio President Biden travels to Michigan today to promote his economic vision The president will be in hell an hour west of Detroit The White House says he'll be there to quote continue rallying public support for his bipartisan infrastructure Bill and build back better agenda Former Facebook executive Francis Holland will tell Congress the social media giant products harm children stoke division weaken our democracy and much more Those charges are in prepared remarks the whistleblower is set to deliver today.

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"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Prior month, an 8.3% from just a year ago. That's a Bloomberg business Flash. Bloomberg markets continues now with Matt and Paul. Very great, Jared. Thank you so much. We appreciate that. Let's get a look at how things are going in the world of small cap stocks. We do that with Bloomberg stocks Editor Dave Wilson Day what You got? Well, you're seeing losses and smaller companies as you are in larger ones. The Russell 2000 index down 3/10 percent, while the S and P. 500 is lower by 2/10. However percent The Russell steepest drop belongs to a palace Pharmaceuticals, whose ticker is a pls, The drug developer has tumbled. 49% proposed treatment for cause of blindness only succeeded in one of two late stage studies company working on a rival drug has the Russell's biggest gain its I've Eric Bio, the ticker, I S E. It's up almost 58% in response to the palace data. And Echo Global logistics. Ticker Echo E. C. H O is up almost 54%, the freight broker accepted at $1.3 billion takeover offer from private equity firm Jordan company. A couple of other stocks taking hits in the Russell Marcin Therapeutics. Ticker M. R S N has dropped 36%, the company put out upstate, updated study results on an ovarian cancer therapy and some analysts said the data race safety issues and impel Neuro Pharma ticker I m P l has lost 19.5%. The drug development raised $45 million in a stock sale after winning US approval for a nasal spray to treat migraines. Mm. Nasal spray to treat migraines. That sounds great, Dave. Thanks very much. Dave Wilson there with our speaking of things. That sound great with our small caps, report. Speaking of things that sound Well, maybe not so great. Yeah, this one little bit disturbing. Leslie Patent joins us right now from Bloomberg News. Leslie, you got a story out about KFC and full disclosure. I love fried chicken, betting that Americans want fried chicken made from plants. I don't know if that's a good bet, is it? Well, it's very trendy right now to be talking about plant based So I think a lot of a lot of that is driving it. But at the same time, I mean, aren't we talking about different people, The people that trend towards plant based and the people that trend towards KFC aren't those two very different groups of people. Well, KFC doesn't think so. They think there's at least some overlapping. They're you know, they're not saying it's never going to take over for fried chicken, not even going to be the majority of the market, but they want to have something there. To give customers that option is this faux meat thing and faux chicken Now, I guess. Is this it a demographic thing, Leslie? Is it more kind of the younger folks trending this way? Yeah, That's what that's what camp. He has told me that it's the younger crowd who feels a little bit better. Maybe eating this way. So they're looking to capture that younger crowd who will be coming of age and have more spending power in the future. Obviously. So I think that's what's driving. A lot of it also. So, um, What are we talking about? Like a chicken sandwich made with plant meet. Are they going to try and actually replicate, you know? Real fried chicken breasts is going to be the same shape, but just a different substance. Well, the gold standard I'm told is like a chicken like a whole muscle piece of chicken. So not like A chicken nugget, this all shaped and kind of like mashed together. That's not what they want to do. They want to do something that whole muscle that kind of like tears and pulls apart like a chicken tender from kind of like Of fans here, you know, like like a bar restaurant type place, maybe maybe even a sit down place, So that's what they're really trying to replicate with this. They haven't really brought anything out to the masses yet. They've done some tests, but we're kind of just waiting to see if they're going to have something. At a national scale or not. Would they be the first in the chicken category? Or is Chick fil a beating them to the punch, so to speak? Well, they would be the first one to do what I think on a national basis. Yes. It's interesting, and I mean, we've seen this with other fast food. Non chicken fast food restaurants are I mean, I see I know. At least Burger King has got a fake meat burger, and I'm assuming that all the other ones do too. Yeah, That's right, you know? So so there are some tests right now, it seems like especially in the U. S market. There are a lot of companies kind of dipping their toes and this feeling it out, seeing what sells what doesn't sell, and I think a lot of it is really geographic specific. So we're going to see more tests, whether this stuff really sticks or not. I think it kind of remains to be seen right? So I guess the issue is you know, when we hear from beyond me, they say a big part of their customer base is people that are, in fact meat eaters. They just want some Diversification, if you will, is that similar to what KFC thinks might happen with the chicken market. Yeah, I think that's right. So, so thinking about it, you know, it's the people who are eating plant based Are people who are also eating meat. It's not necessarily a vegan or vegetarian. So with somebody who wants to do like a meatless Monday or something like that, so there could be some overlap there, but again at the same time. I think it remains to be seen. How much How much this stuff. Can really make up in sales, you know, is it? Is it going to be 2% of sales for KFC? Is there going to be 10%? I don't know. And I think they don't really know either right now. Lizzie. Thanks so much for joining us. Leslie Patent there who wrote the story on KFC betting Americans want fried chicken based on well, It's not chicken. It's uh, I guess a fried chicken shaped thing based on plants have you seen by the way there's a 1992? Non narrative documentary film, meaning it's kind of an art film. They just have shots of. I'm going to say no. Before you tell me this title, but it's called Baraka B A R A K A. Barack Ah. It's an amazing movie, and it was like the kind of thing that we would all you know, I guess late night parties, we would put it on in high school and college. And, but it's got segments about crowded cities and segments about a cigarette factory. Remember segments about A chicken plant where they just had these hundreds of thousands of chickens on a conveyor belt, you know, like getting their beak spurned off and separated into different piles and You know, I can safely say I haven't seen that. It made me not want to eat fried chicken anymore, But I recommend watching the film. I bet you Nathan Hager has seen it. Let's get over to him right now. In Washington, D C with your world National News, Nathan suddenly lunches sounding a lot less appealing, and we're only about an hour away. Thanks, Matt. The Pentagon is going to commemorate the 9 11 attack tomorrow. In a ceremony President Biden plans to attend. But this morning, other Cabinet departments are holding their own observances. Bloomberg's Irv Chapman reports from Washington attorney General America Garland spoke. We rededicate ourselves at the Justice Department doing all we can to protect the American people from terrorist attacks. Whether originating from abroad or at home in a way that is consistent with our values and the rule of law. Secretary of State Antony Blinken recognized diplomats who served then and serve Now we were in a place to do something about it. We had jobs. They had jobs where they can help their fellow citizens in their country in ways both immediate and lasting. As he spoke, Lincoln's diplomats are working to arrange more evacuations from Afghanistan. In Washington. Irv Chapman Bloomberg Radio president, Biden says the U. S has the tools to keep schools safe during the pandemic. He and first lady Joe Biden at a middle school in Washington, D. C this morning, a day after the president announced his new vaccine mandates all know if schools follow the science and they are here and implement.

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"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"News With Nathan Hager Paul Begin with some breaking news. The Biden administration has just announced it will begin evacuation flights for Afghans who aided the U. S military later this month and that we're just coming from the White House. President Biden said All U. S combat forces will leave Afghanistan by late next month that the administration now says it will begin evacuation flights for Afghans who aided the military. In late July, Senate Democrats on the Budget Committee have agreed to set a $3.5 trillion spending level for a bill that will carry most of President Biden's economic agenda into law without Republican support. Bloomberg's Irv Chapman reports from Washington bill would range from paid family leave to adding dental and vision coverage in Medicare Majority Leader Chuck Schumer told the Senate this budget resolution. Will allow us to pass the most significant legislation to expand support and help American families since the new deal since the new deal, this is generational, transformational change, human stressed. The past of passing the bill will be Rocky and Senator Joe Manchin, for one was not a member of the committee that worked on it. In Washington, Irv Chapman Bloomberg grading, and Senator Manchin has put out a statement saying he's not yet on board with the proposal, though he is open to reviewing it. Once more details are available. Starbucks and Coke Nicola are calling on Congress to revisit the Voting Rights Act as major corporations push back at Republican efforts to restrict ballot access in many states. In a statement, Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson says the right to vote is core to our democracy. Separately, Coke says it supports bipartisan efforts to reauthorize the Voting Rights Act all this a day after President Biden gave an impassioned speech in defense of voting rights in Philadelphia. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"He's promising not just the right. He was promising not just the large scale of military intervention, but also the direction So you know, last week passes, something like as long as it takes for guidance isn't dead in the sense that he's still promising music conditions. At the same time, he's not going to tell you when he's going to stop Edward. It wasn't long enough. I hope couldn't get you on for longer. Next time you join us every price, Former British trade official currently a political economy at junket and why you let's get out of Nathan Hager in Washington, D. C. Nathan all right, man, Thanks ready for some comments this afternoon from President Biden on the covert response. It comes as the vaccine rollout, maybe hitting a wall. The Bloomberg vaccine tracker shows the number of people have gotten first doses is falling in at least 47 states. Hamish Adulthood. Get more on that from Bloomberg's Irv Chapman In Washington, President Harris spoke of the violence, trout and joblessness that motivate people to leave home. They leave on Lee when they feel they must people whose homes have been washed away by hurricanes. Parents with sons who have been threatened by drug cartels. People have daughters have been targeted by human traffickers. Many are experiencing unimaginable anguish, so we want to help. The vice president said she's as leaders of other countries with foreign aid programs to join and supporting the northern Trying All nations of Central America in Washington. Irv Chapman, Boomer Grady, assistant Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says interest rates Ray have to rise to stop the economy from overheating. She made those remarks in a recorded event held by the Atlantic. I'm Nathan Hager. This is Bloomberg. Mm hmm. Today on news forward for one out of four covered survivors dealing with symptoms months after having the virus. We're working for you showing.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"D. C. Hey, Nance. Hey, Carol. Will fewer people will be in the audience due to the pandemic, But President Biden will be making his first speech to a joint meeting of Congress tonight. Bloomberg's Irv Chapman reports. The president plans to outline his spending and taxing proposals from road repair to child care analyst Isaac Boltanski of Compass Point Research, commented in a Bloomberg interview. What we're going to get tonight is an incredibly ambitious and expansive proposal intended to remake our economy, but the reality is, it's not going to happen. I'm not going to get what the president calls for tonight, but we will get something of significance. Boltanski said tax policy to narrow the gap between wealth and work will pass in some form. In Washington. Irv Chapman Bloomberg Radio. You can listen to full coverage of the speech right here on Bloomberg Radio beginning at 8 30 Wall Street time. Rudy Giuliani's lawyer says the federal rate of his apartment and office this morning amounts to legal thuggery. In a statement, Robert Costello says the searches were unnecessary because Giuliani offered to answer questions from prosecutors except those about his privileged communications with former President Trump. Investigators seized Giuliani's electronic devices after serving a federal warrant, a new poll shows Americans believe covered 19. It's no longer the most pressing issue facing the country, according to Gallup one in five Americans, said Cove, It is the most important problem that's down by 25% since March. This is one of the first times that Americans have been less concerned about the virus since the pandemic began. Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of people that would be Able to pull off this back, but now we're seeing them almost on a daily basis, so we'll have to see how they perform over the long term. Right now. Let's head down to 99 1 Studios in Washington, D C for world and national news, but maybe more saving. I think you call a little less than one hour from now. Donald Trump's lawyers will begin their defense of the former president in his Senate impeachment trial after House Democrats spent two days portraying him as the inciter of the January 6th riots at the U. S. Capitol. Lawyers for the former president are expected to argue that he did not provoke that violence and will show video footage of Prominent Democrats using fiery language and political speeches to highlight what they say is a double standard enough covert vaccine is on order now to vaccinate the entire U. S population and government officials say it should be available on demand by late spring, Bloomberg's Irv Chapman reports now from Washington. Reluctance to be vaccinated appears to be diminishing and droopy Kash of Johns Hopkins University said in a Bloomberg interview. Studies air coming out now looking at the efficacy of these vaccines, they induce really strong amine responses as we move from vaccinating people who are at highest risk to best thing. The general population now is the time we can utilize vaccination centers to get the vaccine to as many people as possible because set of decentralized system is produced. Unnecessary confusion and delay when speedy vaccinations needed to keep the case count declining in Washington. Irv Chapman Bloomberg radio. Thanks serve. As for the stimulus, a House committee has approved $1400 payments to millions of Americans as president..

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Over to D C. And to Nancy Lions Finance. Hey, Carol, Well, members of the House impeachment team one by one or laying out the chronology of events that led to the riot is invasion of the US Capitol with Trump's lawyers waiting their turn later in the week, Bloomberg serve. Chapman has the latest from Washington Months before Election Day, President Trump refused to agree to a peaceful transition of power if he lost, Congressman Joaquin Castro reminded the Senate We wanted to make his supporters believe than election victory would be stolen from him and from them. This was to rile up his base to make them angry. This is the commander in chief, telling his supporters. Your election is being stolen and you must stop the counting of American votes, and it worked. Castro showed video of Trump supporters in one state after another invading election centers to stop the ballot count a preview of what happened in the U. S Capitol last month. In Washington, Irv Chapman Bloomberg Radio, CDC director Rochelle Walensky says new research has revealed. A well fitting mask is important to slow the spread of coronavirus, she says. Based on research, the CDC website will be updated with new options, like wearing a cloth mask over a medical mask or even using mask, filth fitters. Small, reusable devices that cinch a cloth or medical mass, and that can create a tighter fit against the face and thus improve mask performance. AstraZeneca's covert 19 vaccine is being recommended by a panel of the World Health Organization. It paves the way for speedier inoculations in developing countries. Level news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I'm Nancy Lions. Now let's go to Charlie Pellet for a business.

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"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To Nancy Lines. Hey, Nance. Hey, Carol. Well, the U. S senators serving as the jury in the impeachment trial of Donald Trump. The trial kicked off today with a screening of the storming of the capital, January. 6 presentation of the case against Trump was led by Congressman Jamie Raskin off all of professor of constitutional law, who spoke of what acquittal would mean It's an invitation to the president to take his best shot at anything he may want to do on his way out the door, including using violent means. Lock that door to hang on to the Oval Office at all costs and to block the peaceful transfer of power. The first decision the Senate has to make is whether the Constitution allows impeachment of a former official with Trump's lawyers that it does not in Washington, Irv Chapman Bloomberg radio and former president Trump's attorneys have just began presenting their arguments against the constitutionality of the trial. Well. The NTSB believes the crash that killed NBA legend Kobe Bryant and eight others was caused after the pilot became disoriented in thick clouds and thought the helicopter was climbing when it was actually dropping. Bill English is the lead investigator. This maneuver is consistent with a pilot experiencing spatial disorientation in limited visibility conditions. English is recommending all aircraft carrier flight data recorder and all pilots received spatial disorientation training. More than 16% of American Children were in poverty in December, and according to an analysis from a team of economists from the University of Chicago, Notre Dame and Shang Jiang University overall poverty rates Rose last year by the most in more than 50 years. Global news 24 hours a day on.

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"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Parts can even be bought for Tesla's. When a couple of dozen other brands Jonah Tesla, you know, fixing your own tests? I'm just saying, maybe so. But you know, somebody's got to get the parts from somewhere having online's great. The introduction sent carports dot com shares to a record as I mentioned, and then to their biggest ever gained. They jumped more than 48%. They just fix themselves. It's not like I like the name of this spark, you know, They just kind of all right, Davis and thank you so much. You have a good night. Thank you. You tell. See tomorrow I'll see you tomorrow for Fed. All right, let's get back to world. The National News Everyday Nancy Lines and DeSean and hey Carol, the U. S. Senate has begun the process of impeaching Donald Trump convening a trial court than agreeing to delay the actual trial by two weeks to do other business like confirm Cabinet members. Bloomberg's Irv Chapman has more from Washington. The office jurors was administered by the presiding senator Patrick Leahy. So help you God, Senator Rand Paul moved to declare the trial of a former office holder on Constitutional. This proceeding, which would try a private citizen violates the Constitution and is not in order Majority Leader Chuck Schumer the theory that the Senate can try former officials would amount to a constitutional get out of jail free card for any president who commits an impeachable offense. It is clearly and certainly constitutional toe hold a trial for a former official Senate voted by 55 to 45 to go ahead with the trial. In Washington. Irv Chapman Bloomberg Radio. White House Press secretary Jen Psaki says President Biden has had his first phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin. He called him called President Putin this afternoon with the intention of discussing our willingness to extend new start for five years, she says. They also discussed the cyber attack on U. S companies and government agencies. There were fewer air travelers in the U. S. Last year about a higher percentage of them were carrying guns. The Transportation Security Administration says screeners found nearly 3300 firearms on passengers or in their carry on bags in 2020. That's about 83 83% of the guns were loaded. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg, Quick, Take The effects of the 20.

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"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Let's get the latest from D C with Nathan Hager, Bonnie Quinn. The Senate has broken its first logjam of the session with a power sharing agreement for the evenly split chamber. Lindbergh's Irv Chapman reports from Washington. The obstacle was Republican leader Mitch McConnell is demand that the Democrats pledged not to change the filibuster rule that requires 60 votes for most bills to pass. Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said McConnell dropped the demand. I am glad the Republican leader finally relented and we can move forward now to organize the Senate set up committees within evenly divided number of members. I'm glad we're finally able to get the Senate up and running. Connell said he acted because two Democratic senators said they'd vote to retain the filibuster in Washington. Irv Chapman Bloomberg Radio, just in a Senate panel is voted to advance. Alejandro Mayorkas is nomination to be president Biden, secretary of Homeland security that was by a vote of 7 to 4 timing for full Senate consideration of that nomination is still in flux. Republican Senator Josh Holly had held up a fast vote in the Senate last week, raising questions about immigration and President Biden's border plans in just a few hours. Senators will be sworn in as jurors in the first impeachment trial of a former U. S. President Republicans plan to force a vote on whether it is constitutional to try Donald Trump. Now that he's out of office. That vote is likely to fail, but it could give an early look at GOP sentiment for a conviction this afternoon. President Biden signs more Executive Orders Aimed at racial Equity The New York Times reports the cover police and prison reform is well, there's affordable housing. That event is set for 2 P.m. Wall Street time. President Biden also plans to speak about the Corona virus pandemic at 4 45..

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"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"irv chapman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Washington D. C a little bit in shock. I imagine here is a nation. Hager tell us more plenty of Issues to contend with this morning after all the violence in the nation's capital. But this morning, President Trump is promising an orderly transition of power, even though he's still disagrees with Congress certifying his loss. Joe Biden and comma Harris will be the president and the vice president, according to the ballots that have been given to us and that confirmation from Senator Amy Klobuchar came after thousands of Trump supporters, encouraged by the president stormed the capital before police backed by National Guard cleared them out. Four people were killed. At least 52 arrested CNN reports federal authorities they're going to announce even more arrests today. In the aftermath, Political leaders of both parties are facing the task of restoring a national unity Bloomberg's Irv Chapman reports from Washington. The voters of Georgia rejected extremism and racism, former governor and Democratic chairman Howard Dean said in a Bloomberg interview. I think moderates will take back the country because we are in the majority. There's a fair amount of Trumpism and I'm not talking about the people in Washington yesterday that simply wants a better economic condition and feels left behind by globalism. We do need to speak to those people being said many of those people would respond to initiatives that protect their economic well being, including improving their health care in Washington, Irv Chapman Bloomberg radio president elect bite, It may have an easier time getting his agenda through now. The Democrats won both Senate runoff races in Georgia. Preliminary results cited by The Washington Post show about a half million fewer voters turned out yesterday that for the November election, the drop off was biggest in North Georgia Conservative stronghold where only 7% of residents are black. Atlanta Metro area where blacks are majority had the smallest.

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COVID vaccine from Novavax is latest to enter Phase 3 trials

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

COVID vaccine from Novavax is latest to enter Phase 3 trials

"Maker. Novavax is starting phase three trials of its covert 19 vaccine with 30,000 people across the US and Mexico. Bloomberg's Irv Chapman has the latest from Washington. All the vaccines prepared to ramp up production speedily across the world when its vaccine is approved Chief Executive Standard Stead in Bloomberg interview. We're doing something that's unprecedented building scale and eight different countries. We partnered with the world's largest faxing company called Serve Institute in India. They will take care of all of the middle of lower income countries of the world will use the distribution system in Europe in the US, it's already set up on its experiences a major producer of flu vaccine or extend the rich. Scare small. The covered 19 vaccine would not protect against new strains, but it could be modified if need be in

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Chris Stewart, a Utah Republican, calls the impeachment hearing "absolute nonsense"

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:55 sec | 3 years ago

Chris Stewart, a Utah Republican, calls the impeachment hearing "absolute nonsense"

"Republicans on the house intelligence committee remain unwavering in their defense of president trump's political maneuvering in Ukraine as a question former ambassador Marie you fun of it the trump pushed out of her post live with the latest now Bloomberg irv Chapman on Capitol Hill Bob congressman Chris Stewart said the Ukraine investigation is absolute nonsense as with the charge of collusion with the Russian interference the speaker announced that the president would indeed be impeached and removed for office for bribery do you have any information regarding the president United States accepting any bribes now do you have any information regarding any criminal activity the president of the United States has been involved with at all yeah the bachelor also said the shipment of anti tank missiles Ukraine was a good sign of American backing but the fifty five day delay in sending the aid her American

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Pence Says U.S. Companies Leave ‘Conscience at the Door’ Over China

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:48 sec | 3 years ago

Pence Says U.S. Companies Leave ‘Conscience at the Door’ Over China

"President Mike pence is calling for greater engagement between the United States and China at the same time he condemned Beijing's crackdown on Hong Kong number irv Chapman has the story slam US companies that count count to China with the National Basketball Association behaving like a wholly owned subsidiary of the regime Nike promotes itself as a so called social justice champion when it comes to Hong Kong it prefers checking its social conscience at the door and some of the NBA's biggest players and owners who routinely exercise their freedom to criticize this country lose their voices when it comes to the freedom and rights of the people of China and said China is continuing to violate commitments the stop stealing intellectual property cracked down on federal exports and respect Hong Kong's rights and

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Venezuela Was Crumbling. A Blackout Tipped Parts of It Into Anarchy.

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:43 sec | 4 years ago

Venezuela Was Crumbling. A Blackout Tipped Parts of It Into Anarchy.

"The last group of US diplomatic personnel has been pulled out of Venezuela and brought home that according to the State Department. And Bloomberg's Irv Chapman has the story. Devastating electricity. Blackout impacted all parts of the Venezuelan economy broad chaotic looting to the oil reasons. Capital Maracaibo the State Department special Representative Venezuela Elliot Abrams commented. This blackout has really intensified the difficulties of average family's the difficulties of government institutions, but it seems to me is obvious that more and more Venezuelans will be coming to the conclusion that there is no decent future for the country with Madero empower, the Interamerican Development Bank is the latest institution to recognize that one go Idaho is the rightful president of

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Bernie Sanders Strikes at Amazon With New Tax Bill

Bloomberg Businessweek

01:35 min | 4 years ago

Bernie Sanders Strikes at Amazon With New Tax Bill

"Radio. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders introduced a Bill today that would require large employers like Amazon and WalMart to reimburse the government for federal benefits their employees received things like food stamps or public housing. The Washington Post reports Sanders Bill is called the stop bazo act to dig at Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. It's also an acronym. It stands for stop

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Dow Jones Industrial Average Up At The Close

Bloomberg Markets

02:51 min | 4 years ago

Dow Jones Industrial Average Up At The Close

"Of the company's mortgage business so in response lending three shares fell twin eight month whoa they close with a loss of about eight percent and for the year they're now down thirty three percents that's a lot of ground that lending tree has to make of it they're going to keep that streak going yeah that's a lot as you mentioned a town a lot in two thousand eighteen rit wilson thank you so much dave wilson bloomberg stocks editor and stocks columnist with his stock of the day and then of course lending tree the ticker is t r e quick recap on the markets for you dow jones industrial average up about thirty points by the close s and p five hundred a gain of just about six points and the nasdaq the performer but just barely on a percentage basis up about four tenths of a percent for gain of twenty nine point we did see those major equity averages finishing higher for the day but definitely off their best levels of the session let's get back to world and national news headlines on that as our own nathan hager inner washington dc newsroom carol seventeen states and washington dc have filed a lawsuit now against president trump's family separation policy at the southern border california attorney general heavier sarah tweeted the he's co leading the case calling it child internment camps in america snow legal action comes hours after the supreme court upheld the president's travel ban targeting mostly muslim countries is a great victory for our constitution we have to be tough and we have to be safe and we have to be secure at a minimum we have to make sure that we vet people coming into the country s rather he'll go ahead with the travel ban now the president told reporters what do you think the house plans to vote tomorrow on a comprehensive immigration bill that's been amended to win support from enough republicans to pass it bloomberg's irv chapman reports from capitol hill speaker paul ryan has been trying to get an immigration bill agreed on all year i want to get through the first wednesday boat and do as well as you possibly can on that vote and then if that doesn't succeed then we'll cross that bridge getting those last twenty or thirty votes at are always the hardest what we have here is the seeds of consensus that will be gotten to hopefully now but if not later the bill now includes a requirement for employers to verify the status of their workers plus temporary admission of farm labourers in addition to uniting parents and children on capitol hill irv chapman bloomberg radio at the world cup argentina gets passed nigeria to one croatia tops iceland by the same score earlier peru beat australia two nil france denmark played to a scoreless draw global news twenty four hours a day on aaron at tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries this is bloomberg thank nathan now with our other top stories i'm joel snyder netflix shares have double this year and could gain an additional thirty percent over the next twelve months that's according to imperial capital which says net content is currently out classing.

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Congressman Roger Marshall, Irv Chapman and Bloomberg discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

02:35 min | 4 years ago

Congressman Roger Marshall, Irv Chapman and Bloomberg discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"Of edwin restaurant in cleveland brandon edwin says there needs to be more businesses like here's that will make a point of giving former convicts a second chance who he says often have a near impossible time finding a job after they're released we said that if you give someone a fair and equal opportunity use of your show support that anything's possible his own six month culinary program is offered only two former prisoners who want to learn to cook we have fifty four jobs waiting to hire the people come through the program edwin guarantees employment to former prisoners who complete his cooking program and agree not to go back to a life of crime i'm scott carr four year old former new england mafia boss francis salami was convicted yesterday of killing nightclub owner stephen dasaro in nineteen ninetythree i'm christopher cruise and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters police in arizona say the backup safety driver in an uber technologies self driving vehicle that killed a pedestrian in march was streaming the popular tv show the voice on her mobile phone in the moments before the crash police were able to obtain records of the backup drivers account from the television streaming service hulu she had said she wasn't looking at her phone at the time of the self driving crash opec and its allies meeting in vienna yesterday okayed an increase in oil production crude prices surged yesterday following that vaguely worded opec agreement west texas intermediate was last quoted at sixty eight fifty eight a barrel michael cohen not president trump's michael cohen but the former head of capital management's european operations is heading back to the us this to face charges that he defrauded one of the hedge funds clients cohen was charged with ten counts including wire fraud conspiracy and making false statements retaliatory tariffs on american agriculture exports are one more burden on on already depressed farm prices bloomberg's irv chapman reports from washington a number of farm state republicans are pressing president trump to restore the north american free trade agreement including congressman roger marshall of kansas we need nafta we needed done sooner than later we increase for exports on multiple of six for agricultural products and snapped a there's so many uncertainties in agricultural right now we need some relief and nafta's the quickest path to relief that i can see the immigration issue in a bloomberg interview marshall focused on the need for agricultural guest worker visas with domestic farm labor in short supply in washington irv chapman bloomberg radio.

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Prime Minister, Congressman and Irv Chapman discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

02:15 min | 4 years ago

Prime Minister, Congressman and Irv Chapman discussed on Masters in Business

"Vatican which was titled energy transition and care for our common home the pope encouraged leaders from such companies as bp exxon mobil and blackrock among others to reduce their dependence on fossil fuels and move towards renewable energies justify the thirteenth horse to win the triple crown with a victory in the belmont stakes today it was the second triple crown winner for trainer bob baffert and at age fifty two mike smith becomes the oldest jockey to ride into triple crown history finishing second gronkowski named for the nfl player and huffed berg was third i'm barbara kusak and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters as we've been reporting president donald trump at the g seven meeting in quebec turned the tables on allies who accused the us of protectionism this by offering what his top economic advisor described as a free trade proclamation trump shook up a meeting of the leaders of the world's richest countries with a proposal to eliminate all barriers to global trade that's a shift from his aggressive tariff threats ahead of the summit president trump said nafta negotiators are pretty close to agreeing on some kind of sunset clause a sticking point in talks this warning that the three way pact between the us mexico and canada can only survive if major changes are made nafta was a key topic when trump held a bilateral meeting with canadian prime minister justin trudeau on friday pg and e may face criminal charges for its use of equipment that ignited some of last year's deadly california wildfires the state has found evidence of alleged violations of law by pge in connection with eight of the fires house republicans are heading for a showdown next tuesday on a bill to allow those who came to this country with undocumented parents to become citizens plume birds irv chapman reports they fail to fashion a compromise so far republican congressman jeff dunham is among those that set a tuesday deadline to force a bill to a vote over the objections of party leaders now we're still negotiating trying to come up with a reasonable approach and border security but also a permanent fix for dreamers if you've been in this country if you've gone to.

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Gaza is going to get worse before it gets better

Taking Stock

02:13 min | 4 years ago

Gaza is going to get worse before it gets better

"You will of the equivalent supercomputer or they can get attributes of this computer in their commercial systems eventually of course we'll put this technology into the ibm cloud it's just amazing how industries companies amount of data and you process it you know using artificial intelligence what you might be able to ultimately do he john kelly nice to check in with you and hopefully we'll get some updates down the line in what you guys are doing with summit senior vice president of cognitive solutions in research at ibm maybe can be used to make the planes go on time after waiting two and a half hours last night just saying let's get back to world and national news headlines hager in our bloomberg in washington dc you know nathan right trio planes on time that would be speaking of running late president trump in quebec has been running late pretty much all day as he meets with leaders of six other industrialized nations but the g seven summit is underway and is bloomberg's irv chapman reports from washington those other leaders are objecting to just about everything the president's putting on the table russia was invited to join the group in nineteen ninety eight when boris yeltsin was its president vladimir putin was invited when he invaded crimea answering questions as he left the white house president trump had a surprise suggestion his worst nightmare with that being fed russia should be this may not be politically correct but we are the world who run we could have russia at the negotiating putin has been telling european and asian leaders trump's america is not your friend my russia is in washington irv chapman bloomberg radio just in german chancellor angela merkel says russia cannot be led back into the g eight until the situation changes in ukraine israeli troops have killed four palestinians along the gaza border today as the region's hamas leaders struggled to revive a flagging protest these rally army says about ten thousand people gathered at five spots along the border throwing flaming kites pipebombs rocks and grenades gaza's health ministry says more than five hundred people were hurt nearly a hundred isreaeli fire global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in.

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San Francisco, Manhattan and Jae Steve Chung discussed on Bloomberg Markets

Bloomberg Markets

02:00 min | 4 years ago

San Francisco, Manhattan and Jae Steve Chung discussed on Bloomberg Markets

"Engagements in texas we're doing very well with north korea our secretary of state has had very good meetings i believe they'll be coming down to washington on friday a letter is going to be delivered to me from kim jong odin so i look forward to that president added it could take two or three meetings to reach agreement if a deal can be made in washington irv now's the report obviously on the north korea summit issue and the domestic trade issue will that composition coming from ohio republican governor mike john casick today in an interview with bloomberg we'll have more on that later as well as you heard from irv chapman secretary of state mock pump peyot addressed reporters earlier today as well saying they're still working on that possible summit in singapore june twelfth but there is no date set yet or no summit yet global news twenty four hours a day on air tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm martin to carol thanks martin now with our other top stories i'm abigail little a goldman sachs vice president has been charged in an insider trading scheme woo jae steve chung made more than one hundred and forty thousand dollars from illegal trades with a co conspirator in south korea unsealed records in manhattan federal court show the scam ran from twenty fifteen to twenty seventeen chung who worked in the san francisco office tried to hide his links to the trades with an alias account another sign of a tight labor market in the us first time bylines for unemployment benefits fell last week by more than estimated jobless claims dropped by thirteen thousand to two hundred and twenty one thousand the government comes out with the monthly jobs report tomorrow uber is trying to get an eighteen month permit to operate in london last year regulators barber from operating there because of safety concerns but the company's been allowed to keep picking up writers during an appeal bloomberg's learned that uber's position is that by getting an eighteen month license it could show was making positive changes in london.

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China, Us and Bloomberg discussed on Politics, Policy, Power and Law

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

01:21 min | 4 years ago

China, Us and Bloomberg discussed on Politics, Policy, Power and Law

"China's announced plans to slash tariffs on imported passenger cars china's says beginning july first it will cut the import duty from twentyfive percent down to fifteen percent but the move may have a minimal impact on us auto manufacturers since we export very limited volumes of cars to china embassy officials say a us government employees in china has been diagnosed with a mild brain injury after experiencing abnormal sensations of sound and pressure bloomberg's irv chapman has more from capitol hill secretary of state mike pompeo was asked about it if he testified before the house foreign affairs committee the medical indications are very similar and entirely consistent with the medical indications that have taken place two americans working in cuba we are working to figure out what took place both in havana and now in china as well said the chinese are investigating the incident in their major southern city of guangzhou and assuring that they want to keep americans safe that's what the cuban said but the embassy they're cut back staffing sharply on capitol hill irv chapman bloomberg radio the world health organization is trying to prevent congo's ebola outbreak from spreading beyond the border officials are working with nine neighboring countries.

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US-China trade talks center on rivalry over technology

02:02 min | 4 years ago

US-China trade talks center on rivalry over technology

"Special tomorrow five o'clock eastern carol i'll be thinking with robert kaplan from the dallas fed wanna talk to you about the international aspects of fed policy and also about the us economy good stuff as always kathleen hayes global economics and policy editor at bloomberg news there at on the west coast attending the hoover institution monetary policy conference at stanford and of course our thanks to philippi hernandez latin america economist bloomberg economics inner bloomberg eleven three studio let's get back to world and national news headlines and it's ever to nathan hager bloomberg newsroom in washington dc nathan carol president trump didn't know about the payment to stormy daniels when he said he didn't know about it that's what white house spokeswoman sarah sanders just said at the daily press briefing in the west wing after the president's lawyer rudy giuliani revealed last night that the president has in fact reimbursed his personal lawyer michael cohen for that hundred thirty grand stated and i'll refer you back to his comments this was information that the president didn't know at the time but eventually learn reports that federal authorities wiretapped cohen before the fbi raid on his home and office sanders is deferring questions on that to the president's lawyers and the justice department says the us cannot confirm reports that north korea's releasing three americans ahead of the president's plan to summit with kim jong un but she says if it's true the administration would see it as a sign of goodwill so far so little to say from president trump's economic team when it comes to trade talks with china the latest from bloomberg's irv chapman in washington china's economic policies plus geopolitical ambitions make the negotiations a tough slog elizabeth konami of the council on foreign relations said in a bloomberg interview superpower they want to reclaim the centrality of china on the global stage they want write the rules of the game they're made in china twenty twentyfive program to protect the chinese economy and chinese industry in ten cutting edge technologies is antithetical to getting the us companies in their opening market access and getting a fair deal economy says the administration would have a better shot against chinese cheating if it worked in concert with allies who have the.

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Chancellor, Twitter and Nancy Lyons discussed on

02:20 min | 5 years ago

Chancellor, Twitter and Nancy Lyons discussed on

"Nancy hey june on trade continues to be a priority for president trump it was front and center with his meetings this week with japanese prime minister obey it will certainly be discussed next week when the president of france and the chancellor of germany come to the white house bloomberg's irv chatman has more from washington the president has taken a series of measures to penalize china jeffrey rescue a former state department official now at the center for strategic and international studies points out that european leaders are prepared to collaborate enterprises have the same intellectual property concerns the same technology transfer concerns that the united states has had and as china's outward investment is now exceeding the inward investment the question of investment screening rises importance european visitors will also press president trump to make their exemption for stealing aluminum tariffs permanent less their parliament's demand retaliation in washington irv chapman bloomberg radio russian foreign minister sergei lavrov says president trump has invited russian president vladimir putin to the us he also said that trump plans to meet again with putin in russia during an interview with the russian news agency released today laverov says the invitation was made during recent telephone conversations russia is one of the targets of a new lawsuit filed today by the democratic national committee the dnc alleges russia conspired with the trump campaign and wikileaks to damage hillary clinton's presidential campaign the lawsuit is seeking millions in damages and could force testimony from trump campaign staffers global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts more than one hundred twenty countries i'm nancy lyons thanks nancy now whether other top stories i'm pat carroll the ceo of barclays will keep his job after an investigation by british regulators the probe focused on just dailies attempts to unmask a whistle blower regulators say staley should have to pay a fine but aren't saying he lacks the fitness needed to stay in his role barklay says it's board will recommend staley's re election next month shareholders meeting wells fargo was being fined a combined one billion dollars by two federal regulators for abuses tied to its mortgage auto lending.

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Stuck in Sanctuary: Edith Espinal Clings to Hope in Columbus After Being Denied Asylum

01:55 min | 5 years ago

Stuck in Sanctuary: Edith Espinal Clings to Hope in Columbus After Being Denied Asylum

"To i think that'd be a pretty good strategy former republican senator from new york al d'amato joining us today thank you so much as always coming up on bloomberg politics policy power and law saints versus shoppers in it's a premium court case it could mean higher taxes we're going to find out about that after we check on the latest world and national headlines bloomberg's nancy lyons in our bloomberg ninety nine one newsroom in washington thanks amy it is tax day and the irs is experiencing some problems in a statement the agency says irs systems are experiencing some technical difficulties taxpayers though are being encouraged to continue filing their tax returns as you normally would the supreme court says part of a federal law that makes it easier to deport immigrants who've been convicted of crimes is too vague to be enforced the courts five to four decision concerns the provision of immigration law that defines a crime of violence convictions for a crime of violence usually speed up the process staying on the issue of immigration border state governors are sending additional national guard troops to the mexican border as president trump requested but california's motivation seems to be different from the president's california governor jerry brown stated his objectives i am concerned about our borders i'm concerned about the shipment of drugs and human trafficking and i'm concerned about the guns that are going south from arizona and california texas so those the things that were already working on and the guard is chomping at the bit ready to go round speaking at the national press club said the california guard will not be chasing potential immigrants adding that his state's business and agriculture depends on immigrant labor and immigrant entrepreneurship and humane immigration law is desperately needed in washington irv chapman bloomberg radio a close call in philadelphia southwest airlines jet today made an emergency landing at the philadelphia airport with a damaged engine plane was on its way to new york from dallas when the problems started global news.

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Facebook under fire: The latest on Cambridge Analytica scandal

Taking Stock

01:43 min | 5 years ago

Facebook under fire: The latest on Cambridge Analytica scandal

"To our ninety nine one newsroom in washington dc nathan hager has world and national headlines nathan nope him you and john tucker broke this headline cambridge analytica suspending ceo alexander knicks with immediate effect this after the uk's channel four aired secretly recorded clips of dick's telling one of its reporters his firm played a major role in president trump's twenty sixteen victory and used emails with selfdestruct timers to make that role more difficult to trace cambridge analytic a whistle blower says the company used improperly mind facebook data to send targeted ads to millions of users that whistleblower christopher wiley has reportedly agreed to meet with democrats on the house intelligence committee to tell them what he knows police in san antonio now say their police chief misspoke when he said officers found a second package bomb in a fedex facility where a box blew up overnight after four bombings this month in austin president trump is calling the situation in the texas capitol absolutely disgraceful more on that from bloomberg's irv chapman at the white house spoke of federal resources joining in the investigation local state and federal working hand in hand you get to the bottom of it this is obviously a very very sick individual or maybe individuals not easy to find and we have to find them as soon as possible we have to find a really fedex found and turned over to police a second suspicious package at the same texas facility were a package exploded earlier in the day and slightly hurt an employee at the white house irv chapman bloomberg radio global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries when it.

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