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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"irv chapman bloomberg" 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 bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"irv chapman bloomberg" 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 bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"irv chapman bloomberg" 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 bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"irv chapman bloomberg" 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 bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"irv chapman bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Carol. Now that President Trump signed the pandemic relief and spending Bill $2.3 Trillion the house is planning about this afternoon. On the $2000 checks. The president now says he supports that The bill doesn't include boomer governments, Emily Wilkins reports. This could put Republicans in an awkward spot, including the two senators facing runoff elections in Georgia. Next week. David Perdue and Kelly left. Another son hasn't come out and explicitly said whether they would support the $2000 checks. But if they vote against them, then they're breaking with the president, which doesn't look good. Remember that both of their re election strategies. I've been to align themselves very much with Trump. Also this evening, the House votes on effort to override President Trump's veto of the defense policy bill that would be the first veto override of the Trump presidency. Another vaccine maker, is starting phase three trials of a covert shot with 30,000 people in the US and Mexico Bloomberg's Irv Chapman reports from Washington. The Vax is prepared to ramp up production speedily across the world when it's Maxine is approved. Chief executive of Standard Stead in a 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 Serum Institute in India. They will take care of all of the little of lower income countries of the world will use the distribution system in Europe in the US, it's already set up. They sonnets experiences a major producer of flu vaccine or extend the risk is small. The covert 19 vaccine would not protect against new strains, but it could be modified if need be in Washington, Irv Chapman Bloomberg Radio, Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"irv chapman bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Internet anyone newsroom in the nation's capital. Hey, Nance. Hey Carol. The FDA is reportedly intending to approve a corona virus vaccine for emergency. Used by tonight. The New York Times cites sources who say regulators air rushing to finish the paperwork needed, including instructions to medical professionals on how to administer the Fizer by on tech vaccine. Washington Post is also reporting that the FDA commissioner has been told if authorization does not come by tonight he'll need to submit his resignation. The Senate has passed a stopgap spending bill to prevent a government shut down at midnight. The deadline has now been pushed off to December 18th so they can attach a new stimulus proposal to that bill. But his Bloomberg's Irv Chapman reports, the lawmakers are still at odds on relief specifically whether to shield companies from virus related lawsuits. Republican leader Mitch McConnell has insisted on such a provision through months of talks the threatening to kill any compromise whatsoever unless Congress leave small businesses, universities and healthcare workers as sitting ducks for frivolous lawsuits. Democratic leader Chuck Schumer, the Republican leader, has demanded a partisan poison pills. Unconscionable position, no relief for the American people unless corporations received blanket immunity from lawsuits, humor, said there have been only 23 such lawsuits all year. In Washington. Irv Chapman Bloomberg Radio. President elect Joe Biden this afternoon, is introducing several more nominees for top positions in his in administration. Denis McDonough up Is president is his pick to be the secretary of Veterans Affairs. Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"irv chapman bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"OPEC plus meets right now, right now, let's head on in Washington, D C World in National News with Nathan Hager Nathan Call Dr Anthony Fauci says he's going to hold his first meeting with President elect Joe Biden's landing team. Today, the nation's top infectious disease expert tells the CBS News podcast the take out he wishes the transition and Started sooner. Well, I'm going to be meeting with them today by zoom but by virtually so today will be the first day. Where there will be substantive discussions about the transmission between the transition between me and the biting teeth, and she says he has spoken with Biden's chief of staff. Ron claims several times, but not with any substance. He also says he plans to stay on at the National Institutes of Health and keep helping with the pandemic response after President Trump Leaves office. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is speaking on the Senate floor right now, he says, compromise on pandemic relief is within reach. Congress is getting closer to pumping more money into the economy. And Bloomberg's Irv Chapman has an update from Washington elect Joe Budden is skilled in the art of compromise, former Treasury Secretary Jack Lew, who's been an informal adviser, said in a Bloomberg interview since the expiration of extended and supplemental unemployment benefits since the expiration of protections on addiction. We've seen a train coming right at us. If people lose their homes, their recovery period will be very long and it will be very hard. That is going to be a social problem in an economic problem in Washington, Irv Chapman Bloomberg Radius Supreme Court sorting a federal judge to take another look at California's limits on indoor religious services, citing its 54 decision last week that New York's limits and French don religious rites..

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"irv chapman bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Carol Arizona has certified it's election results today with President elect Joe Biden. Receiving the most votes for President. Secretary of State Katie Hobbs says the voting process was safe, secure and effective, and also led to record turnout. There are more than 3.42 million ballots cast in this election. And turn out with nearly 80%. The last contested battleground state is now Wisconsin certification There will begin this afternoon after a recount confirmed that Biden won their into largely Democratic counties. The U. S. Supreme Court heard arguments today on President Trump's request to exclude undocumented aliens from the census numbers that will be used to reapportion congressional districts. Among the state's Bloomberg's Irv Chapman has more. The argument against the president was made by Barbara Underwood, solicitor general of the state of New York. The government can do many things to induce undocumented immigrants toe leave. They cannot declare them to be gone when in fact they're here and likely to remain government lawyer Jeffrey Wall told Chief Justice John Roberts. The court should wait. The president excludes those aliens. Then you have a post a portion of the challenge for the president, in effect to redo the a portion. But isn't that going to be like having to unscramble the eggs while said President Trump might choose in the end to exclude only some of the undocumented or even changed his mind? In Washington. Irv Chapman Bloomberg Radio. Transportation officials say nearly 1.2 million people went through U. S airports yesterday. That's the highest number since the Corona virus pandemic gripped the country back in March. Global news 24 hours a day on air.

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"irv chapman bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:08 min | 2 years ago

"irv chapman bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With pandemic restrictions still in effect, but for those who do show up at the stores today, Good luck finding that PlayStation five. This guy lined up with his mom outside the game stop in Chile, Thornton, Colorado overnight to get his hands on one, Valley said. Okay, I'm gonna stand out here and I've been here since 4 P.m. on Wednesday. Online shopping, meantime, is holding up They'll be analytics says shoppers spent a record $5.1 billion on Thanksgiving Day that was actually nearly a billion dollars less than expected. Firm says many people may be holding out for big ticket items on CYBER Monday, President Trump has finally acknowledged he may have to move out of the White House. January 20th, his spokesman says he will be in Georgia Ah, week from Saturday to campaign for the two Republican senators in that state's runoff election. Bloomberg's Irv Chapman reports. Senators. Purdue in La Flor is seen by many Georgia Republicans as insufficiently loyal to President Trump had Mills, policy analyst with a firm Raymond James said in a Bloomberg interview goes to incumbents are campaigning on this idea that their victory to check on the bike administration there's a lot of Republicans who are not willing to accept that there will be a Biden administration. Well, the Republican voters show up again in January. That is a possibility that Democrats will have a majority in the Senate will said the Democrats also have their work cut out to bring Biden voters back to the polls in Washington. Irv Chapman Bloomberg Radio, head of Iran's armed forces, says quote severe revenge awaits the terrorist groups and perpetrators behind the attack that killed nuclear scientist Mohsen Focker Azadeh State media report He was killed in a shootout in eastern Tehran today. Iran's foreign minister says they're serious in the case. Shins of an Israeli roll. Israel has said fuckers are the lead Iran's military nuclear program before it was disbanded in the early two thousands. Global news 24 hours a day on aired on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts to more than 120 countries in Washington. I'm Nathan Hager. This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg Markets with balls Winnie and Carol Measure on Bloomberg Radio. Paul Sweeney here with power Master, this is Bloomberg Markets were joined up with Ian Must Vader, Clinical associate professor of medicine at N. Y U Langone Medical Center. He is with US force more time between appreciate Dr Lost Vader. Let's talk about refrigeration. I'm really fascinated by some of these incredibly cold temperatures that many of these vaccines have to be stored at it is. Is it fair to assume that here in United States We have that refrigeration capacity and that it's should not be an issue for I guess Western society. Is that a fair assumption? Well, not every doctor's office has freezers that go down to, you know, minus 73 minus 90. I suspect what's going to happen is there will be central distribution of that vaccine, and it may turn out on a wider spread. At the Fizer vexing me being, you know, more challenging. That's every vaccine seems to have its pro and con in there. Certainly the Madonna flies or more in a vaccines. Although they need to be kept refrigerated in the visor attack sub zero temperatures, they're highly affected. The AstraZeneca. This is only to be kept in regular refrigeration. Um So there are pros and cons on a lot of these vaccines, and I suspect where they will be available until they'll be available to will really be based on You know who has the freezers will? Certainly your average doctor's office is not going to be able to afford these very specialized freezers so they will not be able to get that scene. I suspect will be central distribution. Hospitals will probably be getting these because they can have these refrigerators on just like we send a lot of people to, you know, hospitals for nasal swabs and Testing for covert. I suspect people will be lining up and making a planes to get that changed when that's available, although probably it's going to be first given to healthcare workers, people literally in the ice to use front lines. You know the doctors or nurses there and probably outpatient doctors and nurses, the elderly nursing homes and people over 65. And then really the rest of the population. Probably sometime. We're thinking, you know, Spring or early summer, So this is not going to be over yet, but Certainly. Hopefully, as we assess patients seem to do well, to be less vaccine, hesitancy, and people will be more enthused about signing up when they really become widely available. Yeah, we've talked a lot about that with you. In terms of, you know, the scientific confirmation that this is indeed going to be safe on guy. Think you're right. That is more people Take it. I think people will see that it is safe and that more people would be inclined to do it. What I do wonder, you know. Listen to you Talk. Ian is in terms of the storage require the cold, extreme cold storage, at least for the Fizer vaccine, Do we? This is where we need kind of a federal government. You know, plan and saying Well, maybe we create facility, especially in major cities where people can go and get the vaccine like is this Is this where we really need the government to step up and say. Here's what we're going to do provide this cold storage facility so we can get it out there. That's my dad. I think this is going to be very similar to those movies. For she's got the military actually helping to inject large numbers of people you know, with access to central areas of Of refrigeration or, you know, cold storage. I might We have so many people 300 million people to vaccinate, you know, eight billion worldwide that you know distribution. Certainly in other countries that have storage issues. It's going to be a slow process to get global vaccine's done, which is some advantage to the AstraZeneca. Even if it is only 62% effective before this whole Vaccine was available doctor fast she was talking about. We'd be thrilled that we had a 50 years 60%, you know, efficacy, And so we got that and people are like, no, we're disappointed. You know, we got swallowed by the early and more in a data, So I think different areas of the world. Different areas of the country will look different vaccines, and I think all of them at least to my reading of the data. Are fairly effective and safe so far, which I think should be very reassuring to people. You know. In the meantime, we do need is we said before mouths and distancing, right, turn out that in households, even though there is some risk those paws They seem to be only that a 17 to 20% chance. People in the same household of getting covert. Even though we've heard stories, terrible stories about parents dying and and rampaging through households, it turns out.

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01:53 min | 2 years ago

"irv chapman bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You've got Illinois reporting a record number of daily cases and hospitalizations, and that's a day after Chicago announced a stay at home advisory. All right, let's get more on world A national news for that back to Nancy Lions in D. C. Hey, dance. Hey, Carol, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is expressing frustrating with Republicans. Who refused to return to the negotiating table to discuss a coronavirus stimulus plan, she says we're dealing with an emergency of the highest magnitude numbers speak very eloquently. 160,000 infections were reported ah, horrifying number following more than a week of over 100,000 in sections a day, she says. It's time for Republicans to move on from the election and prevent the crisis. From spiraling even further. Speaking of the election, all the major networks are now projecting. Joe Biden is one Georgia and President Trump has taken North Carolina. Those were the final two states to be called. Four astronauts, one of them Japanese air preparing to launch aboard a space sex rocket tomorrow for a six month mission to the International Space Station, the National Aeronautics and Space Administrator Jim Brydon. Stein spoke of ambitious plans for commercial space activities. NASA wants to be one customer of many customers in a very robust commercial marketplace for human space flight and low earth orbit. We also want to have numerous providers that are competing against each other on cost on innovation and on safety run, Stan said. The augmented crew will expand on the scientific experimentation in the zero gravity space station, including development of pharmaceuticals and immunizations in Washington. Irv Chapman Bloomberg Radio Waltz around two of the 2020 Masters tournament in Augusta, Georgia. Abraham answers in the lead at nine under Tiger Woods just getting started. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick take powered by more.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

06:29 min | 2 years ago

"irv chapman bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Down in D. C. She's got World National headlines. Thanks, Jason. CDC director Robert Redfield is insisting to senators. There is no truth about political interference of the agency's creation of the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, or and M W. R. At no time. As the scientific integrity of the M M. W R been compromised. And I can say that under my watch, it will not be compromised. As for when the vaccine might be broadly available, Redfield says, likely in the late second quarter, our third quarter of next year. The Senate Homeland Security Committee plans to subpoena some 40 officials who served under President Obama in its investigation of the probe into the Trump campaign's possible Russia connections. Bloomberg's Irv Chapman reports Committee Democrats, led by Senator Gary Peters objected. This is a partisan fishing expedition. Kim and Ron Johnson had the backing of his Republicans. Democrats seem intended every turn to frustrate and interfere with our oversight efforts. Republican Mitt Romney urged that the investigation be limited to actual wrong. Doing? It's very important that the committees of Congress not fall into a increasing pattern that we're saying to using taxpayer dollars and the power of Congress to do political work. Romney noted, therefore, that the committee won't be looking at the Hunter Biden in Washington. Irv Chapman Bloomberg Radio. The White House is looking like it's willing to increase its offer with Democrats on the next round of stimulus, chief of staff Mark Meadows says. President Trump is open to the compromise $1.5 Trillion proposal from a bipartisan group of House lawmakers called the Problem Solvers Caucus Global 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 Lyons. This is Bloomberg. Back to you, Carol and Jason. Right, Nancy. Thank you so much. You are listening to Bloomberg. BusinessWeek, Jason Kelly and Carol Masser got another blockbuster team here on deck to help us understand what's going on. At the Fed. Dr. Stephen Skanky, of course, chief economic advisor at Kill Point, former U S Treasury and White House National Security Council staff member he's in Washington, D. C speaking the nation's capital, and Jeffrey Cleveland, chief economist for Peyton and Regal. He joins us on the phone from Los Angeles. Jeffrey, I want to start with you a cz. You sort of distill this down. Nothing seems to be shocking the market about this, but Steady as she goes or what? What do you see here? Well, I think this is more explicit for guidance, and I think I expected in a statement the Fed here pledging to keep great flow until inflation is back above 2% for some time. And we get the full employment. So I would say that is effectively pledging to keep interest rates at zero for forever for the foreseeable future. Unless you really expect inflation above, 2% defended the Fed is at zero. That was already priced in. So I think that's why markets are not reacting much, at least so far. You didn't have a rate high priced into the bond market until 2024. So that's that's nothing new, but I think it's interesting to think about Made more explicit that forward guidance standing most people expected in this particular meeting. I'm like blown away, Steve. Thank you. Come on in on this. I I'm curious. Do you think that this is a political decision One at least made A little bit with the election in November in mind. The Fed is obviously disappointed that there has been any action on the fiscal stimulus side of things jacked they. They've done about all that they can and being specific about that, and they they No in their announcement, And then the comments of individual epilepsy members made enough to the meeting that they remain concerned about the economy and the Tremendous human and economic hardship. They want again. Reiterate there their statement from six weeks to go. The path of the economy will defend significantly on the course of the virus and and we had daily infections. Yesterday, a 53,000 It's very frustrating for the feds. And and rather say something. Mohr about stimulus. Uh, they were just very explicit. No, no, Nicky braces zero. They're going to continue their their bond buying program, at least at the current rate, and may I implying that they may increase it about 120 month. Until there's just a possible evidence that they're reaching the employment targets and inflation. They is average Jane about 2% a year. For some period of time. It would be hard for them, Tio same or that would be encouraging and positive for the market. Well, and the market seems to be reacting Pretty positively. I mean, now taking a look Carol, the S and P in the Dow, definitely hitting their highs of the day, the NASDAQ creeping very close to there as well. So Jeffrey Cleveland, I mean, this is a market that I Not to be too silly about it, like loves the Fed. They have counted on the fed throughout this entire crisis. Well, there is no alternative. Right at this point. I mean, they're pushing people into equities. Yeah. What's the old adage? Don't fight the Fed. I think that that applies if really rates or going to be maintained at a negative level, so negative in T bill returns. Then investors, you know many of our clients looking elsewhere. So the investor great corporate space, the high yield corporate space, emerging market, dead and equities, there's your alternative. If you're looking for income in return, so I think that's still in play. I should also say that you know the there are risks. Of course, the one of them that we're worried about the fiscal released the lack thereof. The extension. But the data the economic data is better than last time. The Fed put out their projections that much more pessimistic projections from the FOMC is in June, and they've marked up their GDP forecast. They've marked down at least in terms of the unemployment rate lowering unemployment rate to 7.6,.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"irv chapman bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"News now with Make a in Washington, D C. Well body. I could tell you what House Democrats are suing the president over they want to compel former White House counsel Don began to testify in their investigations of President Trump. And as you mentioned, a federal appeals court in Washington has just ruled Congress does have the right to pursue such a lawsuit. A full U. S. Court of Appeals in Washington overturned. A three judge panel is ruling that the House Judiciary Committee could not pursue its case in court. The judge has left other legal issues unresolved, with time growing short in the current Congress. White House is feeling good about the latest employment numbers one and 3/4 1,000,000 jobs added to the payrolls and the unemployment rate down to 10.2%. Bloomberg's Irv Chapman reports from Washington. Recovery, a self sustaining and will continue, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said in a Bloomberg interview. The unemployment rate will move to single digits easily in the summer and fall. Inventory is air falling car sales are surging. That tells you this is a self sustaining recovery. We want to keep it that way, though, said the White House is drafting executive orders to carry out the president's offers for limited spending to boost the economy further. In Washington, Irv Chapman Bloomberg Radio. Brent Scowcroft has died the only man to serve as national security advisor to two presidents Gerald Ford and George H. W. Bush died yesterday at his home in Falls Church, Virginia outside Washington. He was 95 years old. Round two of the PGA Championship has Hao Tung Li, now joining around one leader's Jason Day, and Brendon Todd. At five under Live coverage begins at 4 p.m. Wall Street time on Bloomberg Radio Global News on aired on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analyst in more than 120 countries. Breaking news. We could end up with several vaccines. Market details. The era of free news for Facebook and Google may soon be over interviews with financial and policy leaders, officials at the White House air speaking out in the pandemic buffet gave away almost $3 billion. Bloomberg Daybreak with air in Moscow and Nathan Hager traders are doubtful threat will materialize weekday mornings at five Eastern on Bloomberg Radio. The Bloomberg business happened. Bloomberg radio dot com. Limbered. The world is listening right now, Doctors Without borders. Medical teams are operating.

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"irv chapman bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"irv chapman bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Your stock I should know we're gonna talk to you we have a few minutes finalizing two more hours at least and after enough actually settling in okay let's go back to all the niceties headline back on over to Nancy line in order to finance Hey Carol New York is taking steps to reform police departments in the criminal justice system with governor Andrew Cuomo signing at ten bill package today that was expedited by lawmakers following the death of George Floyd Cuomo says cities and counties across the state have until April to make changes to a current must formulate a plan they have to address the use of force by police officers crowd management community policing bias awareness de escalation restorative justice community based outreach they have to have a transparent citizen complaint disposition procedure those communities that fail to act on the measures will lose state funding former trump aide Michael Flynn is asked a federal appeals court to stop judge Emmet Sullivan from looking any further into the justice department's decision to drop the case against planned Bloomberg's Chapman has more in today's arguments Flynn's case was backed by a justice department council and argued by his lawyer said the pol the judge has no authority to do anything further and okay he also has no authority to go into the reasons behind executives determination to dismiss the case judge has suggested that if they rule the judge Sullivan is within his rights to re examine the case Paul can come back and appeal his final decision in Washington irv Chapman Bloomberg radio as the country reopens the government is taking steps to boost confidence in public transportation it is distributing ninety six million cloth face coverings to people riding on planes trains and public transportation systems global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take five bluebird powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts to more than a hundred twenty countries what's the at the UPS store we want you to know our doors are open and we're ready to help you any way we can the UPS store is in the central business that will be open for every.

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"irv chapman bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"irv chapman bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Back to all the national news headlines about television as health secretary L. C. sar makes the rounds of conventional committees he's being urged to ask we're still more money to combat coronavirus happen reports from Capitol Hill members of both parties suggested the latest administration request would prove inadequate Republican Tom Cole last days are if you do not have enough money in the two point five billion your **** for you we'll come back and ask for additional funds is that correct absolutely our job will be to sell the supplemental to our colleagues on both sides of the aisle as for the Democrats Senate leader Chuck Schumer is calling for an additional eight and a half billion dollars in emergency funds including for vaccine development and support for state local and international health services on Capitol Hill irv Chapman Bloomberg radio president trump is pushing back today against criticism that his administration isn't doing enough to meet the corona virus right he's preparing to hold a White House press conference with experts from the centers for disease control and prevention you can hear it live here on Bloomberg radio at six PM all three time US representative Jim Clyburn the highest ranking black member of Congress and the king maker of south Carolina's democratic political orbit on Wednesday endorsed Joe Biden's presidential campaign the backing could provide a much needed boost for former vice president hold for the former vice president heading into south Carolina's primary I know Joe we know Joe most importantly Jill knows us that's right for a simple Clyburn appeared with Biden at an event in north Charleston global news twenty four hours a day on air.

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"irv chapman bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"irv chapman bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"World and national headlines indeed so as we've been following since the noon hour on Capitol Hill the U. S. Senate is in the process of taking the first steps to prepare the impeachment trial that opens next Tuesday this hour Chief Justice John Roberts Warren senators as the impartial jurors in the trial of Donald John trump you will do impartial justice according to the constitution and laws so help you god Bloomberg serve Chapman has been watching it unfold on Capitol Hill seven house members who will present the case were formally introduced to the Senate senior Republican Chuck Grassley presiding managers on the part of the house will now proceed intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff is the group's appointed leader the managers on the part of the house of representatives are present and ready to present the articles of impeachment against Donald John trump president of the United States it took about a quarter hour for shift to read the two articles recounting the president's withholding aid to Ukraine to benefit his reelection according the efforts of Congress to investigate what he did on Capitol Hill irv Chapman Bloomberg radio the Senate earlier followed the house in approving the new U. S. Mexico Canada agreement on trade ahead of the vote Republican Chuck Grassley urge bipartisan support for the US MCA the United States Mexico Canada agreement is a major achievement for president trump and a very big bipartisan win for the American people we should all take care a Republican or Democrat that this is good the vote was eighty nine to ten sending the measure to the president for signature it would replace the north American free trade agreement which trump and other critics blame for the loss of American jobs global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take.

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"irv chapman bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"irv chapman bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For check on what the national governors to Bob Carol the president of South Korea is meeting with Haitian paying in Beijing seeking among other things to promote a resumption of nuclear talks with North Korea Bloomberg irv Chapman reports from Washington the north Korean regime is heading back to provocative tactics analyst Roger Baker of the firm stretch for said in a Bloomberg interview North Korea has stated that they're going to ease away from trying to engage in talks of the United States in the near term and they seem to be willing to accept that they're not going to bust out of sanctions so we do expect probably not anytime soon a resumption of nuclear tests but certainly a nother satellite launch a long range missile test Baker said the regime has been telling his people to expect more belt tightening and self sufficiency in Washington irv Chapman Bloomberg radio president Donald Trump will hold his first rally on twenty twenty in Ohio next month potentially coinciding with the beginnings of the Senate impeachment trial the trump campaign announced today he will speak at the keep America great rally in Toledo on on January ninth synonym between trial is expected to start that week though it may be delayed as lawmakers argue over whether to call new witnesses Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said today he's not ruling out calling witnesses he and the impeachment trial but he indicated he was in no hurry to seek new testimony either fourteen Saudi Arabia has sentenced fight people to death for the killing of Washington post columnist and royal family critic to multi shoki which initially had focused suspicion on crown prince Mohammed bin Salman in all eleven people have been put on trial in Saudi Arabia over the killing global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than a hundred twenty countries on palm why is it weird I don't get shampoo the first half of the word a sham and the second part you definitely don't want to see in the shower that's why I made up a neat word shin the.

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"irv chapman bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"irv chapman bloomberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Studios in Washington DC world and national headlines make that Lisa thanks as the house prepares to vote on articles of impeachment against president trump tomorrow the Senate is already debating next month's likely trial Bloomberg serve Chapman reports from Capitol Hill senator Schumer wants the Senate to subpoena acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney and former national security adviser John Bolton Majority Leader Mitch McConnell isn't by democratic later would apparently like our chamber to do house Democrats homework for them you want to volunteer the son of time and energy on a fishing expedition the sounds of the dead wrong McConnell would have the Senate decide by fifty one vote majority whether to call witnesses or take their impeachment vote immediately after the case pro and con is presented you'll meet to discuss it with senator Schumer who took the floor to reiterate his demands on Capitol Hill irv Chapman Bloomberg radio time president trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani says he gave his client detailed information about how then Ukraine ambassador Marie a five inch was impeding investigations he thought could be politically beneficial to the president Giuliani tells The New York Times he met with president trump about it a couple of times then was put in touch with secretary of state Mike Pompeii I'll give one of which was ousted within weeks Giuliani says the president and palm paled may have relied on his information in recalling your vantage Justin U. S. officials tell Bloomberg president trump plans to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland next month the annual summit of the world's elites is set for January twenty first to the twenty fourth earlier a U. K. government official told us prime minister Boris Johnson was barring his ministers from attending after dumping his new administration the people's government global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven.

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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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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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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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Chancellor, Twitter and Nancy Lyons discussed on

02:20 min | 4 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 | 4 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 | 4 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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