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"jackson hole wyoming" Discussed on WGN Radio
"You might not be thinking about it because folks ain't coming downtown Chicago. But Chicago for the fourth year in a row, has made the top of the readers list, according to Conde Nast Traveller, Condon asked the traveler peoples. Reader survey. They said OK, what's the best hotel chain? What's the best airport? What's the best airline? What's the best resort spa and the news was that Chicago for the fourth or fifth year in a row, now is the best big city. In America in the world to visit. He would say that they broke it down in the big cities and small cities, so small cities 250,000 people our last best place to go there Reader's Choice Award survey. Number 10 Key West Florida nine. Jackson Hole, Wyoming Savannah Aspen, Greenville, South Carolina. Alexandria, Virginia. Laguna Beach, California, Carmel by the sea or do you say Carmel by the Sea California Santa Fe in Charleston, South Carolina. Best small city. Big cities. Think Petersburg, Florida. Tucson, Nashville. San Diego San Diego is number seven. San Diego's lovely, isn't it? New York City six, San Antonio five New Orleans Boston The capital. And then Chicago, Illinois. Talking to us a little bit about that is Corinna Quinn. Karina. You're on W G. N Thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me and congratulations, Chicago. Yeah, How'bout that you're from Chicago. I understand. Not originally, though. I wish I went to graduate school there and then I was an intern at Chicago magazine or not. That's that's a good resume. Which school did you go to in the city? I went to middle of Northwestern, Very Nice City Guide's director of Conda Nast Traveller. So how many of what I see 700,000 people something like that? 100% there. We have 700,000 readers who have registered on our site. They vote online. 30. We heard you're running. But this is the fourth year that Chicago has topped the largest city left. Why? Why did they like Chicago so much? I mean, what's not to love? Um I will tell you. I mean this year 97% of them Wade and how much they love Chicago Art scene, which is, you know, No surprise there, But here everything. How you some of the comments we have about what we struck out at me, Someone said, it's the greatest city in the world that people make the difference. Unique neighborhood full of global and local influences. Um, and then again, like Chicago and their superfine late. There was a lot of talking about how Chicago does everything you want on a global scale that people make it really special. You know, it's I'm glad to hear that. To be honest with you. I'm a little surprised not because I think that Chicagoans aren't friendly. But whenever my wife and I travel if we go to Michigan, if we go to France, it seems like people are nice generally, especially if you're a tourist. I'm going to hotels and restaurants. It's a service industry. And generally I think folks are very nice out there. But Chicago rates a notch above, huh? I'll tell you, you know when I lived there, It was a really pretty to leave the city from a tree because you make friends wherever you want, And I think that's kind of like Chicago has been 77 really rich neighborhood. But I still giving it a very personal feel that what other large cities Contessa fairly d'oh Sometimes you visit Big city, then you feel like a number, But I don't think you really feel that when you're in Chicago, you all said, And you're right up that folks who are tourists to Chicago. Go to the Gold Coast. They come downtown. Maybe they're even in the loop. But they also eventually work their way out into the neighborhoods. And that's where the real flavor of the city is, isn't it? 100%. I think I've kind of where the magic happened. We saw that. They're like starting ticket over into the West Loop. They're starting to get over. You know, I mean, people have always been drawn to the carpark and Wicker Park in Bucktown. I think they're making their way to like Andersonville. I think they're branching out more and more as they understand, you know that every pocket has something to offer. If you are in the suburbs, I think you should. And I think sometimes a tourist from the suburbs from Naperville from Joliet, this how it's going to Chicago. You're going. We'll go to the bean will go to Navy Pier. Great, but just pick a neighborhood and say, All right, we're just going to go stroll up and down. Ah Clark Street in this Clark ER Is it Broadway anyway? We're going to go to Andersonville or we'll just pick a neighborhood and don't worry about finding the perfect restaurant or a pub. Just pick a spot, you know, stroll around sort of discover Chicago that way. So Chicago number one, and then all of those have the cities that I mentioned you guys do other than cities. You do cruise lines, airlines things like that. Who are some of the winners in those categories? Oh, absolutely. It's really interesting way want our readers to table Tio weigh in on what they think about all aspects from travel. When it comes to cruise lines. Crystal Cruises topped both lists for small and medium size ship. That's a perennial favourite. And what was interesting this year? Okay, so I will tell you. The survey runs from April to June. So this is the first year in our history where you know people are voting at a time and a lot of them couldn't travel. Um And I think that gave them a chance to be a little more reflective because we felt from knew where your entrance into the results this year. So like moxie and under canvas, those air like smaller, more like a tiki, punchy browns and hotel. They appeared right alongside, of like luxury places like close with hotels, which I thought showed a real range. So who is the tops on the hotel's rosewood hotels? That's a chain of hotels. That's a chain of hotels. That's a very beloved brand in the U..
Swim at hotel pools with Miami-based Daycation app
"All those beautiful hotels and all those beautiful pools and probably thinking I'd love to just go spend a day at the pool but I don't WanNa stay overnight 'cause it's in my neighborhood. What if it was a station? What if it was a daycare while matthew bones got a new APP called Daykitchen that can arrange for you to just go over to the pool and hang out for a for a small fee matthew this is the apple of my dreams tell everybody about it. Thank you so much. Thank you so much for having me on Truly appreciate it and yeah, that's A fun time for us to see what can happen with patient obviously lots of things size of negative in the external environment. But we're making our way through happy to tell you about the company and how it started. We'll basically just just the fill everybody in for twenty to thirty dollars you can go to a local hotel and go hang at the pool for a day right exactly. Yeah. That's the idea instant vacation in your pocket on the quicker Biden whether you're living in the city. Or in the future traveling on, you can click a button and hang out at the hotel for the day. Enjoyed a pool, enjoy all the amenities and you're primarily in Florida right now. So. Yeah. We have hotels actually in over twenty five cities we started in Miami we have over twenty hotels in. Miami Beach Miami proper by now we're we're expanding really rapidly. You just find were hotels one in Greece just last week, and then two more and in South America this week So it's been been wild to see all the new properties coming on you know I waiting I'm waiting for Los Angeles absolutely yes. We have many people waiting for Angeles and why here our launching a number of new properties here, which will be great all socially distanced and with the covert features that we put in to to make sure people stay safe as well. This is a tough time because they don't want too many people too many people to pool, but eventually, Kobe will be behind us and we'll be able to go do the dream vacation tell everybody how you cannot with the APP. Your or thing Always had a passionate for hospitality of I grew up working in a small Boutique Hotel in Right next to Jackson Hole Wyoming. and I had this dream of one David Holding developing luxury hotels around the world But as a starter needed to use something a little bit more creative to get into the industry and so my family and I. We're on this trip to Cancun Mexico, and we're walking up and down the beaching resolve. These beautiful hotel cools all these people having fun and enjoying themselves and we thought no, one would be great if we can just go in there for the day and walk in and out of them if we could done the day enjoying the amenities said, no. You can't come in unless you haven't overnight room and so. I was sitting in my dorm room at Brown University Are Studying economics at the time and this idea hitting I thought wait a minute. Now, what if we created this system for all these beautiful hotels around the world sell more than just the overnight room and so we created vacation to solve that problem for hotels empty space that they want to sell and those people that are here on vacation looking to try new hotel properties or adversity. Now, all of those locals that are looking for a way to take on quote vacation or station on their sted one of some of the twenty five cities that you're him. So at some other cities include Miami we are do have ocal here in Los Angeles for obviously launching more We have stuff in New York we have a number of hotels throughout the Caribbean we watched up in Chicago interestingly enough places in Arizona. Hawaii. Texas work kind of goes on. Well, good luck, matthew the APP is called. Daycare.
Swim at hotel pools with Daycation app
"All those beautiful hotels and all those beautiful pools and probably thinking I'd love to just go spend a day at the pool but I don't WanNa stay overnight 'cause it's in my neighborhood. What if it was a station? What if it was a daycare while matthew bones got a new APP called Daykitchen that can arrange for you to just go over to the pool and hang out for a for a small fee matthew. This is the apple of my dreams tell everybody about it. Thank you so much. Thank you so much for having me on Truly appreciate it, and yeah, that's A fun time for us to see what can happen with patient obviously lots of things size of negative in the external environment but we're making our way through happy to tell you about the company and how it started. We'll basically just just the fill everybody in for twenty to thirty dollars. You can go to a local hotel and go hang at the pool for a day, right? Exactly. Yeah. That's the idea instant vacation in your pocket on the quicker Biden whether you're living in the city. Or in the future traveling on, you can click a button and hang out at the hotel for the day. Enjoyed a pool, enjoy all the amenities and you're primarily in Florida right now. So. Yeah. We have hotels actually in over twenty five cities we started in Miami we have over twenty hotels in. Miami Beach Miami proper by now we're we're expanding really rapidly. You just find were hotels one in Greece just last week, and then two more and in South America this week So it's been been wild to see all the new properties coming on you know I waiting I'm waiting for Los Angeles absolutely yes. We have many people waiting for Angeles and why here our launching a number of new properties here, which will be great all socially distanced and with the covert features that we put in to to make sure people stay safe as well. This is a tough time because they don't want too many people too many people to pool, but eventually, Kobe will be behind us and we'll be able to go do the dream vacation tell everybody how you cannot with the APP. Your or thing Always had a passionate for hospitality of I grew up working in a small Boutique Hotel in Right next to Jackson. Hole Wyoming. and I had this dream of one day dubbing developing luxury hotels around the world But as a starter needed to use something a little bit more creative to get into the industry and so my family and I. We're on this trip to Cancun Mexico and we're walking up and down the beaching resolve. These beautiful hotel cools all these people having fun and enjoying themselves and we thought no, one would be great if we can just go in there for the day and walk in and out of them if we could done the day enjoying the amenities said, no. You can't come in unless you haven't overnight room and so. I was sitting in my dorm room at Brown University Are Studying economics at the time and this idea hitting I thought wait a minute. Now, what if we created this system for all these beautiful hotels around the world sell more than just the overnight room and so we created vacation to solve that problem for hotels empty space that they want to sell and those people that are here on vacation looking to try new hotel properties or adversity. Now, all of those locals that are looking for a way to take on quote vacation or station on their sted one of some of the twenty five cities that you're him. So at some other cities, include Miami we are do have ocal here in Los Angeles for obviously launching more we have stuff in New York. We have a number of hotels throughout the Caribbean we watched up in Chicago interestingly enough places. In. Arizona Hawaii. Texas work kind of goes on. Well, good luck matthew the APP is called daycare even
3 hot air balloons crash in Wyoming, injuring 12 people
"Dozen people are injured after three hot air balloons crash near Jackson Hole, Wyoming, The sightseeing balloons went down in the foothills of the Teton Village resort. At least one of those herd is believed to have serious injuries. It appears there was an unexpected downdraft of winds. Because the balloons to crash the NTSB is
3 hot air balloons crash in Wyoming, injuring up to 20 people
"As many as 20 people or hurt after three hot air balloons crashed in Jackson Hole, Wyoming this morning. The balloons apparently went down separately and did not crash into each other. The FAA is now investigating. It's believed weather was a factor. At least one person was flown to a hospital in Idaho falls for their
Fed's Powell vs. Trump
"Have a lot of questions about the economy again today today. The dow dropped six hundred twenty three points following some angry tweets from the president and tom. Let's start with those tweets. What exactly did the president say say earlier. In the day. The president tweeted his displeasure with <hes> jay powell the fed chairman and he also tweeted his displeasure sure with china and china's president xi jinping <hes> one tweet notably ended quote my only question who is our bigger enemy a._j. Powell or chairman she and scott you talked about this earlier this week actually but i feel like we just need to take a moment and note how al remarkable it is for the president to undermine to go after the fed chair in any way but let alone in a way like this that try and jay powell is kind of got his hands tied behind behind his back. He has tried very hard not to get into a slug fest with president trump. <hes> the chairman of the fed was out in jackson hole wyoming speaking at a big conference about monetary policy. Everybody was sort of on pins and needles. Well not everybody but the fed watchers. Were all on pins newer. It's fine waiting waiting to see what's jay. Powell going to say apparently sleep. Donald trump was watching to didn't much like what he heard and so he goes on twitter and likens him to the president of an adversarial certain country and scott what jay powell said in a very fed chairman gentle kind of way was essentially. There's only so much the fed can can do when there's all this uncertainty related to trade policy and that comes from the white house
U.S. Central Bankers Meet In Wyoming For Annual Conference
"This message comes from n._p._r. Sponsor xfinity some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like xfinity x. by get get fast speeds. Even when everyone is online working to make wifi simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply today investors and global financial markets are keeping an eye or possibly all there is on jackson hole wyoming u._s. Central bankers are meeting there for an annual. The conference federal reserve chairman jerome powell will talk today. A lot of people are eagerly looking forward to that president. Trump has been after powell to lower interest rates to stoke like the u._s. Economy on the line with me. Now is neil crush cari. He's president of the federal reserve bank of minneapolis and he is in jackson hole for the conference. Thanks for joining us. Thanks for it happened this morning. So you agree with president. Trump at the federal reserve should cut interest rates why well first of all interest rates matter to the economy because this is the tool we used to either boost the economy or slow it down and it affects everybody you know if we allow the economy to grow strong as it can that should lead to higher your wages for all americans and that should hopefully if we have lower interest rates. It'll be cheaper for families people to buy a house or buy a car as an example. I i've been arguing that the u._s. Economy is not at risk of overheating that we can continue to allow the economy to grow stronger and so that's why i've been arguing. We need to have lower interest rates over the last two years at the same time some of the risks that actually increased you'd see a lot of businesses in america that are nervous today about tariffs and trade and into global economy and they're pulling back on their investments and businesses don't invest in the future. We'll have shorter economic growth now and we'll have sort of economic growth in in the future so for a variety of reasons. I think that my colleagues and i should probably take it easier on interest rates left economy grow more quickly and if we need to we can it always raise it two straight to tap the breaks later. Many of your colleagues disagree with you. The president of the kansas city fed boston's fed president. They say you know. Unemployment is at record lows. The economy is not not doing badly. Why not wait for more evidence of a real slowdown before we take the step of cutting rates or one of the things i feel like we've learned in the last ten years and around the world in that. It's better to act early than to be late. Let me back in the financial crisis in two thousand eight. I think we were always late in responding and i think now if if the global economy is slowing and we wait until we're sure we're headed into a recession. It's gonna be much harder to avoid that recession. Once it's in front of us and so to me it's it's safer and more prudent to take a little action now and if we need to raise rates in the future we always can but this is the nature of the debate that we're going to be having over the next month. Let let me ask you what you think. All of this has been like for chairman powell because the president has been openly shouting at him on twitter to cut interest rates <hes> about interest rates and some other things things. Do you have any insight into whether this is a difficult time for him. Well i have great admiration for chairman pol. I think he's an outstanding federal reserve chairman and eight plus public servant turban and i completely support him in his role. I one of the things i really credit him is that all of the noise the political noise out there has pushed him and pushed all of us to double down on focusing on data boca's on analysis and just do our best to make our best judgments based on what we think is right for the u._s. Economy and and not react political pressure. I think he's leading us in that direction. I think he's doing a terrific job and we're all committed to focusing on analysis not politics and he'd ask you to speculate confusing. Chairman powell has more backbone than maybe president trump expected well. I can't <hes> speculated on the president's expectations but i will say this. <hes> chairman powell's eight-plus plus public servant and absolutely knows what his job is and is doing a terrific job leading us in that direction. Why is it so important that the federal reserve is independent that it doesn't just do you with the president says one of the things we've learned in america and all around the world is that when the central bank plays politics it leads to really bad outcomes over the long run for the economy aww virtually every politician wants a strong economy when they're headed into a re election year it'd be very easy for them to say what rates and boost the economy to help my re-election election chances but if we do that at the wrong time it actually can be bad for the american people can can lead to the economy overheating and then we can have high inflation and that can be very damaging for families and for workers all across the economy so we have to avoid that the best way to avoid that just to set the politics aside make our best decisions based on data and analysis. Let me ask you about something. You mentioned a bit earlier. There are some signs of slowing global economic activity shrinking economy in germany is a big one slowing business investment in the u._s. How worried are you. That recession is on the horizon for this country well. It's very hard to predict recession but the single best predictor we have over the past fifty years is this nuanced thing called the yield curve where treasury government bonds longer-term bonds have a lower interest rate than short term bonds. You know if you if any of your listeners by a treasury bond your lending money to the u._s. government and if you're going to tie up your money for ten years typically you want higher interest rate than if you tied up one year well. This has happened now where long rates are lower than short rates. That's been a very predictive recessions historically and it signals that investors are nervous about the future that has now happened until i take that signal seriously and it's a reflection of worries about downside risk in the u._s. Economy neil curry is president of the federal reserve bank inc of minneapolis. We reached him in jackson hole wyoming. Enjoy the conference. Thank you very much.
"jackson hole wyoming" Discussed on KCBS All News
"In Jackson Hole Wyoming this morning they'll be looking for clues to the size of the next interest rate because Morgan Stanley analyst says if Powell uses the word somewhat when he talks about rate adjustments we can expect a quarter percentage point reduction next month but if he talks about a downside risk without the word somewhat that could signal a half percentage point cut is on the way Steve blitz of T. S. Lombard says a bigger clue will come from the labor department in early September if we get a week say some one hundred thousand kind of number unemployment in August I think you can get a fifty basis point cut Mante conoce think a commerce department report this morning we'll show sales of new homes tech Qatar last month foot locker Hibbett sports and buckled release quarterly results this morning gap posted weaker than expected results after the bell Jeff Ballenger Bloomberg radio the lore associated with penny stocks as well as the risk I more camera with a Bankrate dot com personal finance minute investing in any single stock can be risky but for those who have a higher appetite for risk and ultimately deeper pockets where they can afford to lose their investment penny stocks have a certain attraction these are stocks that typically trade for less than five dollars a share penny stocks are tied to relatively new companies and may not have established themselves as successful businesses penny stocks don't trade as actively as their higher priced counterparts and they typically don't trade on the major exchanges penny stocks are legal but they can get involved in a variety of financial scams summer prime material for so called pump and dump schemes that's where a group of investors will artificially inflate the price lower and others and then sell at a profit and walk away no the wrist before making any investment for more check out Bankrate dot com I'm Marc Emmerich summer's almost over but it all maybe the styles are as hot as ever get old baby.
"jackson hole wyoming" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"In Jackson Hole Wyoming this morning they'll be looking for clues to the size of the next interest rate cut Morgan Stanley analyst says if Powell uses the word somewhat when he talks about rate adjustments we can expect a quarter percentage point reduction next month but if he talks about a downside risk without the word somewhat that could signal a half percentage point cut is on the way Steve blitz of T. S. Lombard says a bigger clue will come from the labor department in early September if we get a week say some one hundred thousand kind of number unemployment in August I think you get a fifty basis point cut the end of the month conoce think a commerce department report this morning we'll show sales of new homes tech higher last month foot locker Hibbett sports and buckled release quarterly results this morning gap posted weaker than expected results after the bell I'm Jeff Ballenger with the Bloomberg business report on W. W. J. use radio nine fifty Hey is also running nope that's not a faucet that's a river rushing through the forest it is yeah forest river's provide over one hundred million people with clean water to drink the water comes straight from the forest to us in fact I can't because like you that's not a vacuum that's the trees in the forest cleaning up the air we breathe how do trees clean near the soak up the dirty air on their leaves branches and trucks which means clean air for us who who I don't know it yet but the force does more than give us clean air and water it gives a shade for hot days birds listen to entries to climb well that's awesome I don't know how cool the force could be Hey this goes for some more visit.
Dow industrials finish higher, Nasdaq falls as investors focus on Fed
"Stocks ended mixed textures spelled banking stocks rose and investors were nervous ahead of fed chairman J. polls Friday speech in Jackson Hole Wyoming as other fed officials cast doubt on the prospects for further interest rate cuts the Dow Jones industrials gained fifty points or two tenths percent the nasdaq lost twenty points nearly four tenths percent the S. and P. five hundred closed one
Stocks edge lower as investors eye Fed's Jackson Hole meeting
"The US stock market had very little direction on this Thursday all over the place in choppy trading after the bond market once again inverted although it didn't cause the panic it did last time investors are also awaiting comments from fed chairman Jerome Powell tomorrow at a meeting in Jackson Hole Wyoming as they search for direction on what course the markets may be taking the Dow Jones industrial average up on the day forty nine points finishing at twenty six thousand to fifty two the nasdaq index fell by twenty eight points it closed at seventy nine ninety one and the S. and P. five hundred index very little change down one point closing at twenty nine
"jackson hole wyoming" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Are just really bad at taking vacations part of that is structural right there's no requirement that companies offer paid days off but also in a survey by the U. S. travel association Americans it said they are worried they would come back to you in this is a quote a mountain of work also that they think nobody else can do their job those ranchers number one and two in that survey by the way but on those occasions when we do get away most of the set up email responses to take our place while we're gone fodder for occasional series automatic reply hello I'm in Oaxaca wearing board shorts getting bailed and possibly even making some memories all the Melvin beer I brought is gone and we have switched to mescal I'll be working again starting next Tuesday I'm actually gonna try this vacation thing I heard it's all the rage in France thanks that was Jeremy tough the the founder of Melvin brewery in Jackson Hole Wyoming tells about it not out of office email you've seen what you will get it on the program you can do it a market place coming up less interested in buying stuff and accumulating more things the great outdoors in a lightly used ten but first let's do the numbers.
"jackson hole wyoming" Discussed on Freakonomics
"In two thousand five you attended the US Federal Reserve's annual symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and it was essentially a celebrate Ori sendoff for Alan Greenspan, the outgoing fed chairman, but you going quite against the grain gave a talk based on a paper, you'd written that was called has financial development made the world riskier and your answer was a firm. Yes, you argued that financial engineering and skewed incentives and banking and elsewhere could create an I quote, you a greater albeit still small probability of a catastrophic meltdown. Again, this is two thousand five. Yeah. Well, let me put it this way. It was cleared. There was a reason for concern. But what was comforting was that? We hadn't had a crisis in major economies for seventy years. What lessons are we to draw? We non economists from that severe miscalculation or mischaracterization at least by most economists. I think there was a sense of complacency but differently. We were living in well-run houses with the plumbing was not a problem. And the reality was the plumbing was actually getting corroded by poor incentives in that system, and we didn't realize it until it backed up in a really big way. And we said, you know, what is that smell? I'd like you to meet today's guests. My name is Ruggero rodgen. I'm a professor at the university of Chicago's boot school Rajon is more than just a professor as will hear that said, it's likely you've never heard of him you should have and not just because he was one of the very few people who foresaw the risk of a catastrophic meltdown that indeed came to pass in the form of a global financial crisis. And the great recession that followed you probably remember this Leman brothers bankrupts Merrill, Lynch sold in haste. And then this breaking news here. Stocks all around the world are tanking because of the crisis on Wall Street, and then this the federal government loans American International Group. A I g eighty five billion dollars the house of cards was much bigger. The president's plan would allow the treasury to buy up to seven hundred billion dollars worth of bad loans. The US Senate held. Some investigations how much of that?.
Naked bird watching and a book?
"Last two hours. We're talking with Olaf Danielson on Skype high Olaf how're you doing pretty well pretty well, you're dressed. I'm glad to see that. I mean, appreciate that. Know they'd free. We see assured who knows from the waist down. We, we understand that you like to go birding and we understand that you'd like to do it in the buff nude nude birding. Is that correct? Is correct. Yes. Now, why is that. Well, you know, I can get into the philosophical reasons, but the practicality of it all with sort of an odd, not really a bet, but a an encouragement from my publisher went one day when I was sitting in her office and she asked me what I thought of this bigger movie that was out about five years ago. And I said, well, that's all fine and dandy, but could he see seven hundred forty nine species naked. And then she sort of wrote out a draft contract for a book project and sort of slipped my way. And I looked at her confused and says, I want you to go do a book on this and and spend the next year seeing how many species of birds you can get while you're naked, things people do for their publicist. Yeah, yeah, I'm not quite sure I should have said yes to that, but it was fun and interesting and I met a lot of interesting people. It had some interesting adventures along the way, and that's what life is about. I bet. And we'll find out just a couple of seconds about that. But I think you know, for me. I wouldn't want to do. I just don't want to be in nature naked because I frankly, it birds love worms. Right? I I'm just a little afraid we didn't. You have any concern about that at all? Well, not that particularly, there are some other more pressing concerns. Mostly bugs. Cold came to mind or the authorities such as the police, of course, might be a bit of an issue and. You know, I sort of, you know, didn't really worry about my mother thought or my wife thought, but you know, there's a lot of different things you have to worry about. You know, I didn't really look at any. You know, the birds actually came that close thankfully. But what about you know? You said you didn't care about your mother, you know, but what about other people? Aren't there other people out and about? Well, a, it's sort of interesting of what tolerance people have, especially west coast now, I wouldn't say it's a different set of people in certain other parts of America, but they're a little more tolerant of finding the chance encounter of a naked guy on on a trail in the national forest. But you know, I sort of decided, you know, when I first started this, I said, well, there's a lot of places in America that people go naked at, and I started with their and then sort of, you know, to get up better birding, total ahead to kinda get out of the the naturist clubs and sort of get to more interesting venues. Which did involve some some risk for me in getting in trouble, but it all worked out and I didn't get arrested despite a couple of encounters that might have an I didn't get eaten by anything. I did get chased by a bear on July fourth, in two thousand thirteen actually into enough a Hindu wedding photography outing. They're taking wedding pictures for a Hindu wedding. When this bear was hot on my tail, which was actually good because of all the people yelled bear bear of an affair stop. And I kinda snuck around in my car which when I came there was nobody at the the parking spot in Yellowstone, but. Things did happen, did you do this alone? Sometimes a lot of the places I went to would require spousal participation, especially in some of the the. Kolding optional clubs that I that I went to. Sometimes I would bring my friend friend of mine with his another burder. Sometimes he would take off his duds to sometimes he would trail back on the trail and was sort of my, you know if somebody came bouncing up the trail behind me, he would start going into a coughing fit your start talking to them and would give me some time to whip out a a kind of the sorry, pareo wrap that I carried in my my little water pouch that I had with so I could pull out and get some decency so to speak and not getting the trouble because that's that looks normal wok guy walking around with the sorry naked at a sorry. I kind of got some votes, especially or the ones that I would admit we are with Olaf Daniel sit. He's an
"jackson hole wyoming" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"In Los Angeles. I'm KAI Ryssdal in his Friday today. The twenty. Fourth of August. Good has always to have long everybody. There was a point long about Tuesday afternoon or Wednesday morning politics in this country being what it is right now that it kind of felt like this week would never end. Am I right? Not for the first time though I will say this, keep your eye on the economic news gang. That is what's really gonna last an economic news. There was this week on a Swanson's at the New York Times that he Brady is at politico. They are here to help us. I don't know what digest, hey, everybody Hake. I hate so city. Let me start with you and the news of this morning anyway, the speech from fed chair, Jay Powell out at Jackson Hole Wyoming, the the retreat that the fed has out there every year. He gave a speech in which he said, basically where everything's fine, and we're going to keep on raising rates. Anything else folks need to take away from that. It was a steady as she goes argument that he was making the, the chairman of the fed is taking it from all sides right now and taking it from the president of the United States who appointed him who saying how dare you raise interest rates on my watch, and he's taking it from people who are looking at the stock market being extremely over, extended unemployment, being low inflation climbing being like, are you really going to keep interest rates? And he saying, well, I'm gonna do what I'm gonna do as long as it doesn't get too dangerous. And so he is trying to make the argument that a steady cautious, careful approach is what we should be doing, which is not all that different from the tone of fed chairman from last few decades. It's just seems unusual in this moment that we're living in because everything is unusual which is full of unusualness also unusual on a Swanson, the news of NAFTA this weekend, and I'm, I'm really glad we have you on because I want to ask you something..
Jay Powell, Adrienne Mitchell Bloomberg and Fed discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic
"Up one hundred forty two points the NASDAQ up sixty seven and the s&p up eighteen s, Wall Street, sees, no reason to fear a faster pace of interest rate hikes following. Fed chief Jay Powell's comments at the annual economic symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, investors
Bloomberg, Dave Wilson and Hewlett Packard Hewlett Packard Inc. discussed on Bloomberg Markets
"So joining us to break all of this down is Dave Wilson are stocks editor here at Bloomberg news. In Vince Cigna rela is our global macro Strategist for. The Bloomberg macro squawk Dave quickly I'm just going to start with you because we're looking at record. Highs on all of the majors I've seen here on the s. and p. the NASDAQ the Russell. What is behind this well you've got some well received earnings. Reports and you can look at the likes of Autodesk. Which does design software spunk accompanying I just like the name. There, the data analysis business in terms of, their software both these companies out with results late, yesterday Autodesk up fourteen percent spunk Up almost sixteen and a half percent and you can find enough of those kinds of stories. For stocks, to do well here and it's. A pretty broad based advance were seeing you look at. The eleven? Main industry groups in the s&p five hundred you see consumer Staples beverage tobacco little. Changed everything else, though is higher in terms of individual stocks you what could it four to, one gains, versus losses in the s. and p. five hundred so you, know people, just must be feeling good at the end of a an August week you know. As they look ahead to next week and a holiday weekend of, course we should point out that you really, did see. Starts stocks start to pick up once we heard from fed chair drone Powell out in Jackson Hole Wyoming people like what he had to say I guess
Bloomberg, US and Denise Pellegrini discussed on Bloomberg Markets
"Rate increases he said this in remarks prepared for the fed. Symposium in Jackson Hole Wyoming stocks higher it's Paul backed up the case, for gradual rate hikes China's putting a positive spin on trade talks with the US, that ended, with the no progress
"jackson hole wyoming" Discussed on WGN Radio
"WGN here's orients Hamilton and just winding, down his presentation, that the gathering. In Jackson Hole Wyoming the Federal Reserve steady interest rate hikes are the best way to protect the US economic recovery and to keep job growth is strong. As possible and inflation under control the words of chair Jerome Powell who said the economy, is strong in violation is near our two percent objective. And most people who want a job aren't finding one and, if the strong growth and income and jobs continues further gradual increases in the target. Range for the federal funds rate will likely be, appropriate and so at the end of the, first hour the Dow industrial average gaining following his remarks Dow is up one hundred twenty eight points the s. and p. five Hundred up thirteen points the NASDAQ up, forty five points and the volatility index at the CBO down nearly half a point. Turning to grain trade at the Chicago Board of, trade I look at that this morning September, wheat contract creating down six and a quarter cents a bushel trading at Two to five dollars fifteen and three quarter cents a bushel. September corn. Up one and. A quarter and a dollar at three..
Jay Powell, Sales Director and US discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic
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Next season of "Big Bang Theory" will be its last
"The upcoming twelfth season of the hit CBS comedy big bang theory will be its. Last the show which began as a story about a group, of sci-fi loving, intellectual to form a pseudo. Family so some dip in its ratings last year but largely remained a stalwart for CBS the big bang theory debuted in Two thousand seven and has since notch fifty two EMMY nominations and ten wins. At its conclusion the show will avair two. Hundred seventy nine episodes season twelve of big
Big Bang Theory final season: Hit CBS show will end after upcoming season
"The upcoming twelfth season of the hit CBS comedy big bang theory will be its. Last the show which began as a story about a group, of sci-fi loving, intellectual to form a pseudo. Family so some dip in its ratings last year but largely remained a stalwart for CBS the big bang theory debuted in Two thousand seven and has since notch fifty two EMMY nominations and ten wins. At its conclusion the show will avair two. Hundred seventy nine episodes season twelve of big
"jackson hole wyoming" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"On this Tuesday morning good morning Andrew Josh earnings, from some. Big retailers are. On the way today Bloomberg intelligence. Says analysts are looking for improved results from TJ Maxx marshalls parent TJ exa framingham also similar results it's expecting, from Kohl's urban outfitters also going to report today along with food banker, j. m. smucker economic calendar is on the light side today reading on service sector. Activity in the Philadelphia Fed district and read books weekly update on retail sales or the only report scheduled to be out this morning monetary policy though is going to be. In heavy, focus for the rest of this, week minutes from the latest fed reserve meeting will be out, tomorrow and the fed reserves annual symposium open Thursday. In Jackson Hole Wyoming modest gains. For Wall Street at the, end of trading yesterday. And that's how we could start trading today least that's what indicators right now suggests s&p futures. Rising five points NASDAQ futures up nineteen Dow futures right now gaining fifty. Eight. Business, reports at eight and thirty eight past the hour I'm, Andrew rotate Bloomberg business on WBZ. NewsRadio ten, thirty WBZ news time six nine Microsoft says it. Has found fake websites created by a Russian hacker group tied. To Russian military intelligence. With the purpose of infiltrating US computers unsuspecting victims clicked on links claiming to be from conservative. Sites like the. Hudson institute and the International Republican Institute Says it detected. And disabled, websites linked to the Russian government they were created to trick people into thinking that they were, clicking on links managed by two Republican groups but in reality they were redirected, to websites designed to steal. Passwords and other credentials that CBS's Anne Marie green with that report Microsoft says this is the same group that hacked the Democratic National Committee back in two thousand. Sixteen well this coming weekend WBZ radio will, be moving to brand new studios. In Medford meaning we're leaving this building we've called home for the past seventy years WBZ's Carl Stevens reminisces on our soon to be old digs you gotta love this old building on soldiers field road it's two.
"jackson hole wyoming" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Global growth is not, slowing all that much and Lisa Abramowicz MacLehose Pimm FOX is. On vacation this is Bloomberg This is a Bloomberg market minute investors will be closely watching this. Week's meeting of global, central bankers in Jackson Hole Wyoming for clues on monetary policy and to see whether central bankers can do anything to help bring back stability after the recent bowed of emerging market led. Volatility this morning stocks are slightly higher oil, studying at sixty six, dollars a barrel after the longest run of. Weekly declines in three years Turkey raised fears of contagion further rattling investors, already worried, about the ongoing trade dispute between the. US and China at the same time crude was boosted by northeast strike, stagnant drilling in the US and continued, concern that American sanctions will hurt Iranian sales and the annual pro former mid west. Crop tour kicks off today a group of about one hundred, crop watchers everyone from Wall. Street traders and analysts to farmers and government officials we'll take on the title of scout as they assess fields by hand evaluating corners and measuring the number. Of soybean pods Coordinate Donohoe Bloomberg radio Asia an exciting place to do business. There are opportunities out there whether you actually, go there who just, an example in Taiwan or not what are. Some of the new trends in this space Bloomberg daybreak Asia tonight at, six eastern, on Bloomberg radio so I'm a cat Time, is running out African penguin colonies have. Emptied in the last five years as a breeding populations have, gone from two million.
"jackson hole wyoming" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Today that's a Bloomberg business flash now, here's, Michael Barr with more on what's going on around the world Michael good morning good morning Karen federal authorities are investigating where the President Trump's former, personal lawyer Michael Cohen committed Bank, and tax fraud involving. More. Than twenty. Million dollars in. Loans obtained by, his taxi businesses according to the New York Times investigators are also. Examining whether Cohen violated campaign finance laws thirties in India's. Flood ravaged tourist hub stepped up relief efforts amid the threat of the outbreak of waterborne diseases as. Nearly, a million gathered in relief camps across the southern state of Kerala The death toll? Has climbed to three hundred forty one since the monsoon started in June in baseball both the. Yankees and Mets were winners. The Red Sox nationals Orioles as, and giants all lost 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, twenty countries I'm Michael Barr this is Bloomberg Bob thank you Michael. Now five nineteen coming up. On five twenty on Wall Street a very week of contemplation ahead for. Investors central bankers. Gather in, Jackson. Hole Wyoming for their annual policy summit this after the Federal, Reserve releases, minutes from its July meeting at which officials left rates unchanged and last but certainly not least China. And the us each vowing to, impose twenty-five percent tariffs on an additional sixteen billion, dollars of imports which wouldn't. Now live by Kelham Pickering senior economist for berenberg good morning and welcome let me start with those fed minutes coming out on Wednesday what will you be looking for Look into Clark is to whether or not the federal hike once or twice for, the rest of the probably go twice the US economy still has lots of momentum. Despite the writing global risks I'd also keep in mind any. Discussion around US potential growth rate That has the potential growth rate in the US at around one point eight percent. But this year the US can probably, money to its annualized eater instilling wages and prices you don't see much edging up yet so in. Time it's likely the federal raise estimate of how the US can grow without creating too much inflationary pressure looking for that so you say twice more this year there's been a lot of hand. Wringing about the economy and whether it can tolerate something like that Victoria trade for the said now this. Is safe four years ago is whether, or not it responds to the near term risks by delaying rate hike this is the risk of And then creep up in a year or. Two time that trade off his heart now because. There's, very little slack in, the US economy strong domestic momentum on the private side you have the national stimulus from fiscal policy if. The fed was simply to delay rate hike now in the second off the fed might then think we need to speed up the pace of rate hike in two thousand nineteen so I think we'll probably get to hike this year than the growth rate, slower, than. Lane twenty nineteen on the can probably easiest pace of rate hikes to three heights and. Then maybe two in twenty twenty, two before it finds the code around three seven five and that's probably the. Rate the US. Needs in order to. Keep on an even keel let me ask you this chairman Jerome Powell speaks to the Jackson Hole. Economic policy symposium on Friday Is it better from the friends fed standpoint to to. Sort of keep things close to, the vest or be more transparent about its a pace in path Well needs to be data dependent Good when the market just knows. What fed policy depends on you remember, at the beginning of this year the markets sold off in January when US. Wage, growth surprise, to the upside now of course the FM OC will have a number, in the head that full. Wages which means at that, point if we exceed this number then we're going to have to think about creating some unemployment in. Order, to me our inflation target now I think there was some. Posted signs in the US economy that wage growth is not creeping up quite as faster, than Pated as demand celery retain which means probably most supply potential left the said where to signal say that rate that we could creep towards full before would begin to worry by switching. Risks that would keep them calm it would allow the. Set to grudgingly hike interest rates and if we go to, upside surprise on the wage number no one would set too much of that would be a key piece of data The if the fed announced it could actually get to a point where it can raise rates a little higher and a little faster on the market wouldn't panic too much we've got about. Ten days of a comment period two starts today before. The Trump administration can formally announce a terrorist against China but, the start public hearings today do you think they'll be able to fend this off It's tough this is the biggest downside risk to the global economy so far we are now. Almost nine years into an upswing ended very little signs of inflation refresher which means central banks can continue to, go slow markets can enjoy Eddie. Gross with ample liquidity mock you to if you go down the line of. Trade wars you'll simply raising prices and squeezing, real incomes and you really kill the healthy economic story. With look on China and the US will come to some agreement maybe the. US will get some help from Europe in order, to China, just to lower its tariffs a little introduce a few policies to money these some intellectual property that I know that Washington is a little concerned about but so far it. Seems like tensions escalating but who knows Mr. Trump. Is proven.
US, Bloomberg and Saudi Fund discussed on Bloomberg Finance
"Special counsel, Wall Street futures are higher this evening I'm Evan Haning And I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg world headquarters. In New York let's check this hour's top business stories. And the markets the head of the world's biggest shipping company says tariffs will hurt the US much more than the rest. Of
"jackson hole wyoming" Discussed on KOMO
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"jackson hole wyoming" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Have gone that far Other states do have some restrictions on lead amunition and as we mentioned the. Trump administration reversed and Obama decision. To fully phase out lead on some federal lands Lead, bullets are allowed on the national elk refuge in Jackson Hole Wyoming it's our next stop How's it going Dead in a parking lot out. On the refuge we, find Caleb putt a. Burly drywall guy he's bagged at least one elk a year around here since he. Was a teenager that's a couple of decades. Worth of alc- he's tracking a herd on the hillside. Through his binoculars. You, wanna look. Yeah thank you There, are hundreds of their. Thousands thousands you think you would think there's probably about two thousand I ask him. Whether he uses lead or lead free ammunition. He's been really friendly but with this question he looks. Hard at me. And, replies carefully It just depends on one of. Hunting with and you can use lead-free bullets but. They're not as the trajectories for, some, reason isn't quite as good Brian jumps into the conversation. And the two of them chat guns and bullets specs in, great detail for a. Couple of minutes then, Brian points to the logo on his jacket Mercury center guy and shows his biologists side put a plug in for for. The eagles to use non lead oh yeah yeah What happens to the eagles but two thirds of the eagles we test out here. On. The refuge in the park have. Elevated lead in about a third have. Poisoning lovers from the. Fragmentation in, the gut. Piles interesting Brian tells Caleb about an experiment he ran with hunters in the area it was two thousand I think twelve. Thirteen I handed out. Free MO really and then sold it at cost for. About two. Years, in as the number of hunters using non lead increased we saw a corresponding decrease of leading the eagles man that's awesome, yeah so I was pretty pretty psyched about it or I thought you were just about to give me a. Box, of. Bullets Frans research. Matches, other studies calebs back to feeling friendly Ryan takes the plunge let me ask you this why why don't you use it I guess just because I, favor this this the trajectory and the way this shoots through my weapon hunters groups often say that non lead. Bullets don't shoot as well. Texas and Arizona got hunters to try non lead and. Then ask them what. They thought the vast majority. Said? Lead-free bullets worked just fine Brian s. Caleb well what if let's say you know you were taken out to. Your neighbor's kid or something Would you. Promote him using on lead in his oh well that's a good that's a good question I gotta tell. You I probably fall in that group of people that. Haven't given it, enough, consideration and Brian leaves, it there next time you see me as you're bringing a box Ryan wants to get rid. Of. Lead bullets but in, a way. That hunters will accept he has, some hope because duck hunters switched over to lead free? Shot after a federal ban twenty years ago as? We, hike, up a short. Steep hill on the. Elk refuge I ask. Brian what he thought about Caleb okay when I I said lead bullets he totally looked me over like. Who the hell are you and what do you want Yeah Oh. Absolutely his whole body physician. Shifted Which is not uncommon This is. A long term play it's gonna. Take a generational shift you have somebody starts, hunting with non lead Hutton on lead their whole life He. Didn't, know about, the eagles, though no and that's you know it's good for me here that he didn't know about the eagles. And he was open to it you seem like. A very educated and ethical, hunter Kayla. Had suggested Brian work simple. Visual he could show elk. Hunters Brian's already figured that, out he uses the elk, guts that. Hunters the behind, phone? Just looking there's a pile right so you see on this bright clear winter day on the, refuge piles of elk innards dot the. Frozen grass of the wide plain there's a lot of black specs out there On. The ground there all on the ground you That's a feeding..
"jackson hole wyoming" Discussed on Reveal
"Hold, the eagle gets antibiotics, an anti inflammatory medicine to help is stomach problems. Also, I drops he's just finished his last round of medicine to take out the lead, you inject it under the skin, and the lead binds with that molecule and then it makes it puts it into a form that the body can then pass through the urinary tract. How's it compare to what a human through for lead treatment? It's the same. Got like people more exposure to lead makes bird sicker how sick also depends on the species. So if you're an eagle, that's twenty years old and every year you get exposed to lead during the big game hunting season. And then this year you have just even a little bit, you know, of exposure, it's maybe it's enough to tip you over the edge in condors on the other extreme or extremely sensitive to at lower levels to save the Condor. California has banned all lead bullets. It's the only state to have gone that far. Other states do have some restrictions on that amunition. And as we mentioned, the Trump administration reversed and Obama decision to fully phase out lead on some federal lands. Let bullets are allowed on the national elk refuge in Jackson Hole Wyoming. It's our next stop. Good in a parking lot out on the refuge. We find Caleb putt burly drywall guy. He's bagged at least one elk a year around here since he was a teenager that's a couple of decades worth of elk. He's tracking a herd on the hillside through his Benach yours, you wanna look. Yeah, thank you. Move. There are hundreds up there. Thousands, thousands think there's probably about two thousand. I asked him whether he uses lead or lead free ammunition, he's been really friendly. But with this question, he looks hard at me and replies carefully. It is depends on one hunting with and you can use lead-free bullets, but they're not as the trajectories. For some reason isn't quite as good Brian jumps into the conversation and the two of them chat, guns and bullets Beck's in great detail for a couple of minutes. Then Brian points to the logo on his jacket. Roker center guy and shows his biologist side, put a plug in for for the eagles to use non lead. Oh yeah. Yeah. But what are the what happens to the eagles about two thirds of the eagles. We test out here on the refuge in the park have elevated lead in about a third have poisoning levels from the fragmentation and the gut piles. Interesting. Ryan tells Caleb about an experiment. He ran with hunters in the area. It was two thousand twelve thirteen. I handed out free MO all really in then sold it at cost for about two years in as the number of hunters. Using non lead increased. We saw a corresponding decrease of lead in the eagles man. That's awesome. Yeah, so I was pretty pretty psyched about it..
"jackson hole wyoming" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Dad and hiding child that you had with the point store not writing your own lyrics have to respond you just do but if he responds in chip pops off again we will come back to it so don't don't be don't be sad we'll discuss it but frankly there are more important things in the world right now and one of them is what our first segment is about so i said ment mr west is in the building last night konya west dropped his latest album it's a seven track john re blurring masterclass in production titled simply year which is one of his nicknames for some reason it's lower case the guys is very strange as you know and this elba kinda encapsulates everything that is his personality at this point it's incredible so to kick this thing off he threw a listening party in jackson hole wyoming which is where much of the album was recorded in put together and the entire thing was live streamed on an app called wave wabc all caps and so ye tweeted out hey listen i'm going to stream the entire listening party on this app that you have to download and it was like fuck me this is all some plug to download some app you gotta be shitting you know turns out the the the app was incredible it worked realistically typically with something like this you think fuck me it's probably gonna crash how what are the odds of this thing actually works exactly the app crushed it huge victory for whoever owns this thing because this was flawless destroy.
Kanye West holds celebrity studded listening party in Wyoming for new album
"The mountains today byu his new album the rapper held a listening party in jackson hole wyoming last night he flew in celebrities industry heavyweights and journalists here the seven tracks his wife kim kardashian west joined him he was introduced by comedian chris rock the short tracks cover a range of subjects including his recent declaration that slavery was a choice he wrapped that kardashian west called screaming saying that we're all we're all about to lose it all featuring the criticism from that statement nicki menaj among the guest artists that appear on some of those tracks for han solo repeat at the movies fly looking like another slow solo weekend at the box office solo star wars story will likely stay on top though industry leader box office mojo predicts a massive drop from its debut sixty four percent which would mean a thirty million dollar weekend and don't expect a whole lot of the new releases shalin woodley's action romance adrift to earn the most of the bunch around thirteen million probably less than ten million for johnny knoxville's action point and even less for the.
"jackson hole wyoming" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"It comes to that you're talking about the real update that you care about from the olympics all the weird news stories that are already trickling out 1200 olympic workers have been quarantined because of the stomach flu oh i mean there's got to be a lot of bad smells over there right now hegg dog me people with the flu this will go down as the stinky is still impossible stay award norovirus is the olympics biggest problem right now they say no athletes have been reported sick yet but police officers olympic security personnel and food prepares have all fallen ill due to the norovirus yay i'm telling you my family has been hit by the norovirus it is worse than any sort of like nuclear bomb who would ever think of at least nine hundred military personnel have been brought in to replace the six security that's how many security people have gotten sick mike and i guarantee food prep people are getting sick of below virus it's only a matter of time before all the athletes are sick for they didn't have plumbing issues but they probably will now yeah yeah that guy from sweden just puke on his gold medal pool it comes on that quick another weird story coming out about the olympics nbc is hosting its olympic vips who in jackson hole wyoming and not young trunk trump chang why so because people can pronounce it better have maybe i don't know no they say it has nothing to do with the tension between north korea and south but now they wanted to keep it because they usually always have their vips at the olympics today at all as advertisers and start i'm sure that's i mean they say that's not what it is which you know means that's what it is so you laid off it's like we're the ones your brain we didn't even take that jackson hole wyoming is known as the south korea of the un totalling the rather really are in the by it i mean i really sure they are taken in the culture of it there there's that one korean dude yeah and everybody knows of the.
"jackson hole wyoming" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"The big news came from jackson hole wyoming paceman central banks had a big meeting out there they do every year and it was much do about nothing he basically had the ecb the european central bank yet the us fed come out and they talked a little bit of inflation shen they talked a little bit of disinflation deflation monetary policy they talked about concerns about politically what's going on in the world but with respect to actual concrete marketmoving information it was pretty much much ado about nothing you know the big headline came out with druggie which the european central bank the head of the president came out in the issued quote unquote serious risks of political la rising protectionism around the globe of for the global economy it's just not too much of a major concern which is nothing new came out of jackson hole that's one the number two from other headlines we've gear hearts our prayers are with everybody in texas her that's in the path of the hurricane harvey's going through a texas over the next a few days but this is about to make landfall if not has already made landfall in parts of texas we'll see what happens but to be safe i personally have been through several hurricanes myself and move they're not fun air on the side of caution it's definitely definitely definitely it could get ugly real fast the take the precautions and be safe and then the third thing with the the actual market rap we have quiet they today the dow was up thirty points closed at twenty one eight one three the sp 500 closed up four points to twenty four forty three the nasdaq composite closed down five and a half points to sixty to sixty five the.
"jackson hole wyoming" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Janet yellen and european central bank president mario draghi in jackson hole wyoming later this week bloomberg john tucker was who live with details good morning john y'all bob these summit comes as such all banks should advance to comedies creep toured policy exit here after years of unprecedented easing but the central bankers are all facing the same problem stubbornly tame inflation yellen will speak it up financial stability of friday followed by draghi the speculation he may lay some groundwork for qe we exit from the ecb but a spokesman says only ills stick to the conference theme still inflation beg you the most pressing riddled facing the central bankers because they're failing to meet their price mandates the bank of japan hasn't confirmed governor harohiko kuroda scheduled he's attended jackson hole every year since becoming chief in 2013 of japan a bank of england governor mark conte plants to skip the event bob and karen bye all right john tucker thank you white house economic advisor gary cohn is emerging as the clear frontrunner to succeed janet yellen as the head of the federal reserve bloomberg's dina cereti reports according to a national association for business economics survey just seventeen percent of economists polled say janet yellen will be pick for a second term among those who expect someone else to get the nod fortynine percent say gary cohn is the most likely choice he's followed by former fed governor kevin wars who nine percent of respondents say is the likely choice stanford university economist john taylor and columbia university business school head glenn hubbard round out the list with six and four percent respectively actively ginossar betty bloomberg daybreak thanks you know we have two deals to tell you about this morning you was utility owners semper energy has agreed to buy control encore electric delivery company four nine point four five billion dollars.