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"james sullivan" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

01:54 min | 3 months ago

"james sullivan" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"And then brought over to america and denim is more durable than gene cloth at some point in the last one hundred fifty years or so. The two-term sorta became entertain interchangeable with one another The product is now made specifically with denham not gene cloth but we we a long time ago. You know sort of completed the the the two terms and started calling denim pants jeans and i remember growing up. We call them dungarees. So where does that term come from. That is actually Comes from a town called in in india which is another another part of the globe that seven hundred years ago was already mass producing a A durable cotton cloth used for work. Clothes it is interesting. How genes have become such an important part of fashion throughout so many different decades in throughout so many different fashion changes and yet genes are are a staple in all of them from the fifties on up. So what do you think. The future of genes is well I think that excuse me at this point. It's fairly safe to say that it's not going anywhere. I mean over the last handful of decades. We've seen fashion commentators. Make the case periodically that maybe Americans are getting tired of their blue jeans and want something else but They always tend to come back around. I mean they're durable. Not only is each individual pair durable but the idea of blue jeans is proved to be extremely durable. Sure has and it's such a great story that pretty much we've all been part of. My guest has been james sullivan. He's a journalist and his book is called jeans. a cultural history of an american icon. There's a link to his book in the show notes. A couple of times over. The course of this podcast..

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"james sullivan" Discussed on (EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio

(EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio

05:44 min | 5 months ago

"james sullivan" Discussed on (EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio

"And of the repercussions yet so far. A fact of the matter is he came out and said that no one has died of covid in australia directly you know no one directly has died from covert and only covid that at all interesting now back to the capital riot. Remember james sullivan. He was the one who is there was caught and arrested and whatnot and then later let go while he was pot on a hot mike during this during this event on the six. That just got leaked this week. He said he met up with the cnn reporter that she came up to him and she said to james sullivan. We did it. We did it after this whole big insurrection. Well he had a live hot mic going at the time and that wasn't supposed to be recorded a i'm sorry wasn't supposed to be leaked to the public is saying thumbs up good job. We did it we did it. And this is a cnn reporter a female. That said this gene sullivan somehow got leaked out so this horrible event. That was so horrible. Big smile on her face after all this happened said we did it and came up to him. That's variant lad. Thanks or whoever leaked that now election night. More more information on double-counting double counting the ballots on election night. Ralph jones ralph. Jones came out this week and said that this is the second one. Now that we've got is second person that came out to say. We've got a double counting of ballots. Many ballots were double counted on election. Night remember there shouldn't be one single ballot being double counted at all in any election and there batches in batches of elections run through twice. We've already seen this right after the election came out. We've seen the evidence on this and the swan and the sworn affidavits to show that they're running through these running these through multiple times gets to a point where there's an error in feed the The stack through or the era took place and the subsequent boats. Not running the whole thing's again so they're running them all but anyway. This ralph jones announced this week. The double counting ballots on election night. Now also news this week operation lost souls. This operation recovered twenty four missing children near the el paso area. This news came out on june sixteenth this week in make much in as far as mainstream media but boy in the recovery of twenty seven missing children in the el paso area certainly big news..

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"james sullivan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:08 min | 7 months ago

"james sullivan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Making more once again, then that $400,000 limit and Emily reminds us. This is in addition to the two and a quarter trillion dollar infrastructure plan. As it stands now, Mr Biden is expected to say something that might perk a few years here to Bloomberg says Wall Street didn't build America. Full coverage. Bloomberg radio TV beginning at the bottom of the hour. Now here on Bloomberg Radio and Television, Hong Kong is government is passed new immigration bill that has raised concerns among some sections of society that it could be used to prevent dissidents from leaving. Among other things that gives the city's immigration director power to prevent any passengers or crew members from boarding. A flight UK is about an extra 60 million Fizer doses for his booster program. UK has joined France with the vaccine passport plan to lift travel restrictions as a move to restart travel in Europe. German Chancellor Angela Merkel has urged to Germany and China now to join forces to defeat called it And U. S. Director of the CDC. Rochelle Wolinsky, says the hopeful she is hopeful that the country maybe has turned a covert corner. I will say we have Platt toad are cases, cases are starting to come down. We think that this is related to increased vaccination, increased people taking caution, and so I'm cautiously optimistic that we're turning the corner. Wilensky says. The danger is people let their guards down, she says. There are pockets of cases in certain areas that have the potential of blowing up in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Brian. Thanks very much. Let's get to our guest. James Sullivan, managing director and head of Asia Pacific Equity Research at J. P. Morgan. Well, James, thanks very much for joining us. You know, this is a global platform. So we tend to focus on the macro so hate to ask you about the fed because it wasn't that much new there, but Anyway, in the run up to this, it seems like investors were a little nervous that the Fed might just open the door. Just a little too tapering. But that didn't happen. He emphatically. Rejected it, saying that we're nowhere near the quote substantial further progress bar that they set. But my question is, the market didn't really seem to do anything. It seems to suggest that Investors. Just kind of tired here, Or maybe they just are not that comfortable with valuations. Your thoughts. Sure, thanks very much for having me on the program. It's incredibly important question. The beauty of having markets is they tell us what they think. And what we see in the market right now is a very clear story where the street has accepted accelerating inflation as a reality, and so if we look at what's priced into rate markets right now, because you're looking at the first rate hike sometime in the second half of 2000 and 22, it's still a long way away. But that's a full 12 months forward. From where we were just a month ago on so that's it. That's a significant swing. If you look at what's priced into equity markets what we've seen our interest rates sensitives run very hard. And so here in Asia, he's seen Japanese and Australian banks all up over 20% You seen anybody with exposure to U. S export demand Taiwan's up 20% Korea's at 12% and so markets are pricing in what I would consider a pretty efficient story with US leading Global economic growth and the expectation that the inflation statistics that we're starting to see and again 3% is the highest number that we've seen in the U. S. And over a decade. If you look at CP I expectations, they're very high. He'll get t p I n numbers right now coming out of the United States that the highest we've seen in 100 years, but that's largely in the price. And so the question then becomes what is the incremental surprise from here? Could it come? Maybe in August at the Jackson Hole Symposium and Fed chair Jay Powell says, fellas I've thought about thinking about tightening. It's a great question, and I think the risk is actually the opposite. What we're seeing in the commentary coming out of the Fed is that they structurally changed the way they think about talking to the market about inflation. And one of the critical aspects of this came out last year when they moved from inflation targeting to inflation averaging, and that sounds slightly esoteric, but put simply what that means. Is they will let the economy run hot for a period of time to make up for lost inflation that we saw during both covert crisis. But also prior to that, if we listen to what global central bankers are telling us and keeping, Morgan held a lot of events on the side of the I. M s spring meetings in Washington, D C. Global central bankers are sounding a very similar theme, and so from them. We're hearing statements like we're going to watch the data, not the forecasts, and so I would suggest that the risk is that the global central Bank community is actually slow on the switch is when you see this next cycle, and the overall risk is actually that the market and the economy is allowed to run hot for too long, and we have to start putting the foot on the brake a lot harder than we would have otherwise. And so it's gonna be very interesting to watch over the course of the next 12 to 18 months. Yeah. I want to ask you a little bit about the comment that he made about froth. Just by using that word..

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Capitol Hill Insurrectionist, John Sullivan, Paid $35,000 for Capitol Hill Video Footage

Dan Proft

05:39 min | 10 months ago

Capitol Hill Insurrectionist, John Sullivan, Paid $35,000 for Capitol Hill Video Footage

"Thanks, Adam. I want to talk about your piece of American greatness, which I think is really interesting. And the headline is is the corporate leftist media rewarding riots? Tell our listeners about that. How is the corporate leftist Media rewarding whites. Okay, so there's been a fascinating crack into the behind the scenes. What's going on between this kind of pipeline between Social justice warriors and the corporate media? And this has come about because of guide by the name of John Sullivan. Now, John Sullivan wasn't organizer for Blom and aligned riots and demonstrations. In fact, he's previously been arrested for playing a role in a riot which somebody was shot that Motors was shot for trying to just pass from intersection in Utah, and he's giving speeches denouncing Donald Trump. But somehow he found himself in with that strong that penetrated the Capitol building in January 6 and he's accorded everything and as he was recording, he recorded himself encouraging the other riders to the Capitol building down to break down doors. He even recorded himself confessing to breaking a window. Then when he's that we've done with the riot. He went to several media interest, including CNN, ABC number of other interests, and he sold the footage of the right the right that he helped direct the he participated in It is he encouraged. He sold these the footage and he got a lot of money for it. He got $35,000 from CNN. I think he got another $35,000 from another major network. When you put them all together, it probably runs somewhere between 80,000 and over $120,000 just for his footage of himself helping to direct this this Capitol Hall that even had only just just cause you for a second, Adama, five. Might. It just kind of emphasize that point, So here's a guy he's a left wing activist disease. An anti trump activist. He's got a violent history participating in riots. He goes to Washington on January 6 and he's one of the people you know, doing this riot that everyone tells us is being carried out by pro Trump partisans. Certainly not true in his case, and he films himself, he films the riot. He films himself, encouraging people to burn down the capital. And then he goes out and Mainstream, allegedly mainstream news outlets like CNN and ABC. Hey, him sums, adding up to something like $80,000 to reward him. For his part in this riot that they they all say they're so appalled by. That's just astonishing that the circuits getting better, eh? So he actually he filmed himself. One of things he filmed himself doing was intimidating to Capitol police officers into abandoning their posts so that the crowd could continue past that door. So after after he was done with this, his brother recognized, got the name of James Sullivan recognized him in some of these videos that were released on the news, and he turned his brother into the FBI. So finally the FBI goes to this. Then the interview of he'd missed everything freely gives the FBI access to all the videos and the U. S. Attorney ends up indicting him. Or pretty much the same crimes. But all these other trump supporters were indicted for, but there was an important difference. The Trump supporters were typically given either very high bail or held with no bail. Number of are just being held in prison with no way of getting out while they await trial, and it could take a year. It could take two years to get to get to trial. So you know, I mean, it's pretty terrible sanctions, but this guy John Sullivan. He was let out at any bail. He was just let out on his own recognizance. And then a zoo conditions of this freedom is free freedom. He was told not to engage in his activities that he does for a company he founded, called Insurgents USA. He immediately violates those restrictions, and the government comes back to court and said Hey, he violated his restrictions his conditions of release We want him taken to custody. The magistrate judge's reaction to this is to say Well, the restrictions are too tough. So instead of making them post a cash bond or taking him into custody She relaxes the restrictions. It's a swell you can continue getting on social media and saying what? Pretty much whatever you want. You just can't organize any violent riots. But he could, you know, do he's free to do whatever whatever he wants beyond that, So you know, this is idea and journalist ethics that you're not supposed to pay people to create stories. But John Sullivan, one of the reasons he is being allowed to do this is he's made the case to the court. Persuasively was persuaded the court of this, but this is what he does Insurgents USA. The business model is he attends these riots and these violent events and he gathers hot footage of it, and then he sells it back to the networks. Of course, he has an incentive to try and stir things up and make things a little bit more exciting, then that's exactly what he did in the capital. He encouraged people to commit very serious felonies. And, uh, when he was arrested, they basically just let him Wait for trial without without taking him into custody. It's really it's really an incredible story. It really is. And then and then, when he gets caught identified and caught, he actually gets preferential treatment compared compared with the other riders, the ones that he was urging on. And as you say he actually helped to get others inside the Capitol building by intimidating to of the capital guards. That were the regarding one

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"james sullivan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 11 months ago

"james sullivan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Picture across the region. Today we've got the Nikkei, weakened by 1/10 of 1% of cost be weakened by two thirds of 1%. Hong Kong higher, though, by about the same amount to see a sign 300 also up by a third of 1%. So more of a traditional field to the day today, after what we saw on Thursday here in Australia, hired by half of 1% We've got shares of GM me Resources hired by 10% right now, Why do I mention GM? Me Resources? Well, this is a small Perth based nickel miner. It just happens to share the same ticket code as Game stop, and it was up 60% yesterday volume 2000 times the average Jimmy Resources managing director James Sullivan. Said, quote. What the hell is going on here? When he first saw what was happening? They were friends he calls among the board. Sullivan said he hoped it was to do with this company's world class nickel projects until isn't if you pointed out that his company shared the same ticket code as Gamestop. Jimmy was in a trading hold earlier today, but with that lifted Stock still up. 10% explain that I can't Okay was seen some strength in the U. S. Dollar at the moment. One of 4 46 against the yen will be talking about currencies a little more for their guest for the half hour. Paul Michael at HSBC. He'll be rejoining us shortly. You're on the 10 year. 105 oil holding pretty steady 50 to 37 right now. And I go not really buying this reflation trade, $1842 announced. One of the biggest moving assets of the day, though, does coin Yes, the digital coin that started off as a joke. Now higher by 77%. So perhaps we're not done with the madness and just get let's get over to Red Baxter narrow San Francisco for.

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"james sullivan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:39 min | 11 months ago

"james sullivan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Up and running in Hong Kong at the bottom of the hour, and the same is true of for the markets on the Chinese mainland. A short while ago we learned that the PBOC Drained about 150 billion You Juan from the financial system through a reverse repurchase agreements. That's the most that we have seen since October. There has been a great deal of concern expressed in markets about problem potential pivot here. From the PBOC moving away from this idea of accommodation on the monetary side. If you look at the currencies right now, the offshore you want now it's 6 50 55, So we're down nearly 2/10 of 1% against the dollar. But the dollar remains strong. Some of that you want weakness probably has to do with a dollar rally more than anything else that we had in the New York session. The Bloomberg Dollars spot Index was up about 7/10 of 1% heavy selling in the states s and P 500 down 2.6% the biggest one day drop we have seen since October. Right now in Tokyo. The Nikkei minus 1.3% in Seoul. The cost be down about 1.2%. Samsung shares off 1%. The company missed on the earning side and warned of weak quarterly results for the current quarter. Right now in Sydney as sex 200 off about 2.4% Quick look at the bond market. 10 YEAR Treasury now in the Tokyo session, yielding 1.2% we moved to Global news Next enough update from Ed Baxter, who's in the Bloomberg 9 60 newsroom in San Francisco. Eddie All right, Thank you. Douglas client to after a call with President Joe Biden. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg says they're number one job together is to blunt the expanding power of China. UK Foreign Minister Dominic Raab has talked with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, saying they share priorities on China, Iran and Russia. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson says if things go well, it looks like March 8th. For some school re openings. Hong Kong setting up 18 community vaccine centers as it sets up its vaccination distribution plan to begin late February, the head of the CDC says US vaccine distribution is expanding very quickly. New YORK Governor Andrew Cuomo has now lifted restrictions and most hot spots across the state. Declaring an end to the post holiday surge. US President Joe Biden, focusing on climate change today re tightening the so called tail pipe restrictions, and U. S Homeland Security has warned the government officials and buildings face on heightened risk of attack. By domestic extremists in the coming weeks that it is not over in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Jules. Thanks so much Ed. Let's get back to James Sullivan, managing director and head of Asia X Japan equity Research JP Morgan with us from Singapore. So why don't you talk about what the PBOC is doing? Because we're being continually told there's no need to worry about liquidity tightening, particularly head of Chinese New Year we did see the PBOC drain ¥150 billion by Rivers repose the most since October, but What did you take away from Governor Egan kind of trying to come sentiment earlier this week. No, thank you. That's very question. I think we have to push the government actions that the contract I into context. 150 million RMB equates to about $23 billion. It's important to note that in December we saw the highest ever inflows into China about $25 million. So you're in effect is taking a one month of capital inflows. We are still bullish on the arm be looking forward into 2021. We've actually taken our forecast forward 6.25. We thought we'd hit year end. We now think we'll hit that mid year. On the strength of the overall Chinese economy, Obviously first in first out of the covert crisis, we're still seeing relatively strong friends across the board. I would differentiate, however, a Zoe look across the impact particular view of politics in China. One of the statistics has come out recently that I do think it's important to focus on his 73%. And that's the percent of individual surveyed in the United States that have a negative view of China and the most recent survey from Pew Research that puts the bite administration in a bit of a box in terms of their ability to loosen restrictions. Which sounds very negative. However, what I'd highlight is this is primarily attacked, driven conversations as both sides push national security arguments to try to drive supply chain self sufficiency outside of the tech space. The most recent American Chamber of Commerce survey in China had 63% of the U. S. Companies in China outside attack. Having a significantly more optimistic outlook for their business post the U. S election. So I do think you're gonna see a several different stories going on in China, particularly for US companies just going to that tick pace. We did see quite a lot of movement in Taiwan yesterday on the back of Microsoft earnings, so against essentially even though we're looking for these overall recovery, a lot of the trends and themes for 2020 a kind of here to stay Yeah, Someone was interesting is that you saw significant amount of short covering. I'm primarily in the PC related stocks, which which had been underperforming. Many of them were limit up off the Microsoft earnings. Is you very rightly say on top of that, however, it's also important to note the hideous and see you guiding founder utilization at 100% in the most recent quarterly earnings call, So I do think that the outlook for the semi states in particular continues to be quite strong. To the degree that you have rolling lockdowns continuing to provide wind beneath the sales of work from home stocks. Then I think you'll feel continues. He rebounded from the PC names off of the lows that we've seen over the course of the past couple of months. But broadly speaking, we're still very constructive on tech, particularly the semi space where you're still seeing signs of significant shortage in particular sub sectors on autos would be the obvious candidate go Constructive on career. Oh, is that Cosby rally running out of a little bit of staying here? So it's an interesting scenario. We joked in a prior conversation that the way markets were moving, where we're gonna hit index targets for 2021 before we even done 2021. That's to some degree been the case around the region in Ozzie, and we still see very strong economic growth, as well as the potential for positive earnings surprise, But markets have moved a lot similar story in Korea on so again. It's it's time to very selective. We are looking That particular sub segments for strange moving forward, But it's really a continuance of this growth to value rotation that we're seeing in many markets around the world That has been somewhat haphazard, but it's something that we do think will play out more details. You go through 2021. Just very quickly. James. I wanted to talk to about some of the smaller areas and countries markets here in Asia because you've met with the commerce and finance ministries of Thailand and you've also met with Bank Indonesia. The track and again, we're seeing very strong or hearing very strong signs of ongoing growth in both Thailand and Indonesia. Thailand still seeing very strong export growth, particularly manufacturing sector signs is that will continue are contained in the data points point into very strong imports of raw materials, and you are seeing rising public sector investments. And so Thailand is a market that we we have an overweight stance in Indonesia's exciting for a variety of reasons. We are seeing significant progress on changing What the structure their capital markets, particularly after back in the sovereign wealth funds you are you are also seeing excitement in Indonesia off the back of a range of unicorns in the e commerce and fintech space is that you don't necessarily see across many housing market. James. Thanks as always, James Sullivan, managing director and head of Asia X Japan Equity Research at J. P. Morgan. The market opened in Hong Kong and China is next thesis. Bloomberg Enjoy. Thanks. He ordered breakfast at the McDonald's drive through. Tell yourself you'll.

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"james sullivan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:20 min | 11 months ago

"james sullivan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"James Sullivan, managing to Rachel and head of Asia X Japan Equity Research at J. P. Morgan joining us from Singapore. James certainly seeing a risk off session today, following on from what we saw on Wall Street. There's this story of what we've been following with what retail investors they're doing to the market when you look at these extraordinary moves in the likes of Gamestop, but we can't forget the Fed and they've done really nothing here, too. Turn off these thoughts about the risk off mood. What did you take away from? J. Pals commentary, and I guess the the market reaction that it's having when we had so many concerns about potential bubbles here. Good morning and thanks so much for for having me on the show. I thought the most interesting aspect of turning towels press conference was really the question and answer session where a significant number of questions were clearly focused on financial market stability, a sign of very significant elevated concerns from the market itself. There wasn't a lot of detail in the answers, however, which is why we think we're getting the market reaction that we are. From JP Morgan Perspective, we do see segments of the market meeting the classical definition of speculative bubble. From our perspective. Those would include sectors like electric vehicles, solar energy stocks on a broader base. However, we note that overall equity investor positioning for the market as a whole is only sitting in the 30th percentile, so it is absolutely not stretched. We also know that PM Eyes and activity indicators are pointing to actual fourth quarter earnings that are potentially significantly better than what's currently big industry numbers. So we do see this is a dislocation. We don't see this as a fundamental challenge to what we still see is a very bright outlook for equity markets in 2021. So stay invested and stay invested broadly or you just looking at specific pockets when we look at Asia. So we are still seeing rotations. The overall asset allocation guidance from JP Morgan at the moment is equities over credit values. Overgrowth cyclicals over defenses will over gold. I'm doing one thing that really highlight, particularly from an emerging market Asia perspective is if I compare investor positioning globally, the one asset class where investors have the lightest positioning relative to the last couple of years is Ian Easa, and so we still see significant potential for areas of our markets to outperform. We've had a lot of meetings with government and regulator officials across the region. Over the course of the past couple of weeks in Thailand, we met with comments Commerce and Finance Ministry's Indonesia. We met with Bank Indonesia Finance Ministry as well as various public and private companies. And we're hearing very strong stories of export growth, rising levels of imports of raw material, which is a good indication that the expectation for exports continues to be very positive. We're seeing rising public sector investments in multiple countries around the region, inclusive of the $100 billion.7 well phone that they're talking about in Indonesia. So again, we still see very strong bottoms up growth across many countries in in Asia. We are seeing investor positioning relatively light, and ultimately we will benefit from this value growth rotation as we start to look more into The older school economy, industrial and cyclical stocks, inclusive financials. All right, let's pick it up in the moment, James and also talk about what we're seeing in China. We just we're talking about the PBOC draining ¥150 billion via Rivers Repose, the most since October. James Sullivan from JP Morgan, This.

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"james sullivan" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:57 min | 11 months ago

"james sullivan" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"That left wing activist They call me Maggie. That leaves a terrorist. He's old. He's a John Sullivan is his name. Right. John Sullivan's his name and he's been arrested and it says here Fox News Fox 13 news. Says his brother, James Sullivan. Gave tips about his brother to the Salt Lake City, FBI. James, his brother founded. His brother was at the Capitol when friends posted pictures online. So he says that he was in there and I got this John guy, he told rioters. We got to get this BLEEP burned. It's our house, Mother bleep, er So he's doing so his brother's like, man, what's going on? So Rudy Giuliani just sends a Just tweeted out a screenshot of a text that he had with James Sullivan, John's brother. Listen, this is my old people shouldn't text Cause he sent out the screen shot. And it includes James Sullivan's phone number. Which is not good, but James Sullivan told Rudy in a text. I'm currently working with the FBI to expose And place total blame on John and the 226 members of Antifa that instigated the capital riot. I was able to get my agent out of trouble along with Three other I don't know what, that you, you things. I don't know what that means. But apparently The guy that was just arrested. His own brother just apparently set a screen shot or did a text with Rudy Giuliani, saying he is working with the FBI to place total blame on his brother John and the 226 members of Antifa. That instigated the capital Riot. The president was impeached over this More coming up. Don't go anywhere. It's Candice T. Governor Do Si says he plans to attend your Biden's inauguration next.

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"james sullivan" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"james sullivan" Discussed on WDRC

"So so Captain Burke is dealing with all three of those threats and at the same time he's got, you know, he's got his team with him. He's got he's got 10 Brown up in the gun director and the gun boss. He commends the battery of five inch guns that run up and down the center line of the poor kid. And so those guys even with the assistance of believe it or not, they had an analog computer during World War two. And they were getting that computer. Yeah, it's funny when 10 used to talk about the computer You know, I think, Wait a minute. This is World War two. You're using computers? Well, they have this really primitive computer that would help them. Tonto, you know, could tow pull their targets into sight down in the plotting room in the combat Information Center on the ship. You had had that happening. Then you had around the fringes of the ship. You had 6 20 millimeter guns, and these guys are focused on the torpedo bombers that are sweeping and low. My great Uncle John Della goes was one of the Gunners in one of the gun tub. Hey, had two men with him working a loader and a handler. So you had all those disparate elements. And there's so much to be said about the other guys to the guy. You feel Skunky Klein, who was on the on the wheel during the whole of the battle. I mean, everybody was participating in this In this this battle, and they really worked as a team, and that's something that can brown himself talked about all the time. You know, we did our job and we work together. I'm talking to James Sullivan, who is the author, most recently of unsinkable Five men and the Indomitable run of the U. S. Has Plunkett known as the fighting his ship in the Navy and for those gunners there sitting behind some armor, but not a lot of armor. And are they looking at the I guess at the idea that they might shoot thousands of rounds To be able to take try to take one airplane out of the air and how much how much likelihood was there that an individual gunner on a moving ship could take down an airplane that's coming out them at hundreds of miles an hour. Yeah, That's a good question. You know, Uh, the guys in the in the gun tub 20 millimeter. Guys know they're doing everything by sight. They don't have access to that computer. So they are out there and they've got the only protection that they've got. Is this little apron of 3/8 inch steel? You know, these gun cubs would sort of project a little.

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"james sullivan" Discussed on (EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio

(EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"james sullivan" Discussed on (EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio

"Them out as to what they mean or how to interpret them. Roger stone makes the news as he's considering a state senate running florida. This made the news in december fourteenth roger stone rubber. Cnn team was there to capture all of the video of the swat team and fbi agents and fibia units know descending upon his house in florida to make that arrest of that was all for show number watching a movie. He didn't do anything wrong. He's been acquitted and cleared of everything and pardoned. He's considering a state senate run. That'd be very interesting. Follow georgia's secretary of state announces. They're going to go forward with a signature audit for absentee ballots in cobb county. Now this is pretty big news. This was december fourteenth. Also big news. That doesn't really make the news. The state of nevada nevada official announces that trump wins the state of nevada. In the presidential twenty twenty election. The media is still saying that biden won the state of nevada. What we're dealing with here. What's right what's not right. How do you get the truth out. You're dealing with a corrupt media now for those following on the forum on internet forum called gop god-like productions their Their thread on the cunanan movement. What's going on here now. Has exceeded seven thousand pages on the second thread. The first one was seventeen hundred seventy six. It's the hugest. It's basically the biggest. The huge following on that location is giving is a great place to gleaner information from out just this last week and twelve sixteen december sixteenth. You users noticed twenty twenty one pages were just wiped out missing off that thread to seven thousand pages thread. Twenty-one pages were wiped out overnight so that was certainly interesting linwood the attorney attorney lin wood as stated on twitter again to raise the awareness of that harrison deal murder number harrison deal was the young man individual killed in that fiery crash. A car crash. He was dating governor. Kemp's daughter this georgia's governor kemp. Kemp's daughter was dating harrison deal. He was involved in a fiery crash which killed him back on december fourth. So that death certainly suspicious now. December fourteenth james sullivan was killed. He employed by the georgia. Bureau of investigations. The james o'sullivan agent education agent for georgia.

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"james sullivan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"james sullivan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"10 Cent closed. I should say their price target is 615 Hong Kong dollars. Let's get over to San Francisco now and Baxter with global news it alright, Julia. Thank you. A UK is summoned. China's ambassador protest disqualification of pro democracy legislators in Hong Kong Pennsylvania will toss out some male vote in ballots where people were allowed to come back to provide identification after election Day, but says it will not erase the 54,000 vote. Biden lead and Taiwan's leaders say they're trying to figure out the best way to reach out and congratulate Joe Biden on his win. Dr. Anthony Fauci is out today, saying the U. S lockdown can be avoided of public health standards and best practices are here to Chicago, urging residents to stay home with Mayor Lori Lightfoot, calling her advisory literally a matter of life or death. New York reports more than 10,000 infections in two days, and Mayor Bill de Blasio says he's preparing for the possibility of closing its schools again. California has become the second state to surpass one million covert 19 cases since the start of the pandemic. Hospitalization rates set a new record in France. UK reporting record infections Despite The Titan lockdown. And Japan is seeing a second surgery. All of the prime minister, Mr Sudha eyes, not saying that there is any need for any emergency declarations at this point in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Alright back to you, Juliet. Excuse me. Thank you so much. And let's get back to James Sullivan, managing director and head of Asia X Japan Equity Research at J. P. Morgan on the line from Singapore. We've been talking about the rotation, and Brian was talking about the fact that In terms of the tech players in Asia, not as much as what you're seeing in the NASDAQ. Still, though, when you look at the Hang Seng Tech Index versus the MSC, I Hong Kong It does speak to this rotation again from Big tech. Two more local firms. What is your view on what you're watching in Asia? I noticed you're still looking at this overweight call on China. Yeah, I think that's why I got a couple different things. Number one. We are seeing very consistent out performance of the tech station, and that's everything will Asian market If you look, if you look at the cost versus the KOSDAQ, you've got about 20% out performance for KOSDAQ. If you look at Shenzhen versus Shanghai and China again about 20% of performance for Shenzhen's, It's very consistent on the market by market basis. What we're saying now, however, is that the out performance of China a year to day basis which is up about 27% versus globally em down about 25%. Is probably overdone and the impetus for continued out performance of the text. Ace is becoming more clouded Your seeing the yield curve steepening, you're seeing a greater Look for global growth off the back of potential vaccine solutions. If that occurs in this rotation into value this rotation into cyclicals and financials, in particular continues to pick up pace. It's not great for the Texas because you got a source. Those funds out of somewhere intact. Being the dramatic outperformer that it has been for the past 12 months is most likely the source of those funds, so we're reorganizing our allocations. Not overweight cyclicals and financials were overweight, the rest of Asia relative to China, while still maintaining a stance that the rest of world will outperform the U. S. Hmm. All right. Well, I gotta have patience. I suppose, um, I'm I'm very much interested in your thoughts on on China's reaction to Biden's victory. I did a story yesterday where it seemed like they were starting to warm up a little bit looking at climate change and maybe some new trade policy and such. But we haven't really seen much. So why is that important? China's reaction to button That's a great question. I would say that the overall outlook for U. S China relations, I think, frankly, actually remains consistent and we're going to see an environment where a incoming Democratic administration is likely to pursue a more multilateral approach. And so the volatility of the relationship is likely to reduce the overall outlook remains the same. J. P. Morgan has published now for about a year and arguments that U. S China relations will have both elements of competition but also elements of cooperation. Was interesting. Graham Allison was on a podcast this week with Michael Morrell, who's the ex acting director of the CIA, where he was basically making the same argument that you have to look at case studies in the example that he used on the podcast was Apple and Samsung. He's referencing a conversation that he had Tim Cook, where he was basically asking the question. Look, Samsung is your biggest competitors, but also your biggest supplier. How do you know that relationship and Tim's response was the world's complicated and I think I'm going to see a similar dynamically China US relations. Yeah. Let's focus well about Central bank action and made stole of this. I was talking about before about what a CB President Christine Lagarde was saying about you four on the vaccine, which we've kind of touched on. But we've also been looking at you know the fact whether or not we're gonna see negative writes in the likes of New Zealand. That doesn't seem to be on the case anymore. But there's still a lot that central bankers need to do is we face so many uncertainties in this environment. Again. Great question. I think a couple things that point out number one you are seeing is seeping in Neil curve with longer and rates up about 20 basis points over the course of the past couple of months. That's the first time that's happened in a while. So again, this greater rising market implied confidence of global growth picking up as we move into next year. The argument that we're making a J. P. Morgan is the incremental fiscal stimulus conversation is incredibly important. One of the reasons why we're arguing for an overweight position on rest of world relative to the United States. Is the very clouded outlook for significant fiscal stimulus coming out of the U. S. Particularly if the outcome of the election is divided government we don't necessarily see similar situations in other countries around the world. And so this rest of world the U. S. Reed actually looks pretty good for us right now. James. We always appreciate your inside. Thanks for joining us. James Sullivan, managing director head off Asia X Japan Equity Research at J. P. Morgan on the line from Singapore for us here on Bloomberg. Daybreak Asia. We are looking.

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"james sullivan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"james sullivan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"UK reporting record infections Despite the Titan lockdown, Japan is now reporting a second surge Prime Minister Sudha saying that there is no need for an emergency declaration at this point. And Donald Trump is turning against Fox News Now in a big way, really important to bear in mind that Trump is really mad at Fox right now, we spent this morning tweeting angry things that box you know, for quite some time on. This is probably driven by the fact that Fox was the first network to call Arizona Bloomberg's Josh Wingrove, saying Included in those tweets was this one. Fox News. Daytime ratings have completely collapsed. They forgot what made them successful would got them there. They forgot the Golden Goose. The biggest difference between the 2016 election in the 2020 was Fox News, apparently blaming Fox now for his loss in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg variety and certain Hard news from Ah, hard man, Ed Baxter. That's my new tag for you, Anyway. Nice job it. Thank you very much. Let's get to James Sullivan, managing director and head of Asia Extra Band Equity research. At J. P. Morgan. We had a guest on earlier, James saying. You know we're coming into the winter, and basically everybody is wearing a mask and everybody is social distancing, And still, we have this big spike in infections. And so it's like Linus reaching for his security blanket people nervous, But then you see earnings like 10, Cent, Cisco and Disney and you think? Well, let me reach for my wallet. Good morning. Thanks for thanks so much for for having me on the show. I think you're pointing out an absolutely critical point on JP Morgan. We've published research really? Since June, which we just updated in a piece earlier this week. Which shows very little difference in virus diffusion in countries with very significant lockdowns. Think of the U. K. Germany, Italy, France, China here in Asia. Versus those of that lockdown. So think Brazil, US, Sweden to some degree and in Korea, that dynamic is going through a cross infection rates mortality a swell as overall levels of antibody. So to be clear what we're saying. We're not saying that there are no measures by which governments can contract and try and control this virus. What we are saying is that lock down the way that they have been implemented. Are actually showing very little effect in terms of overall control. And so the decision point that are facing governments, I think is very clear. The either have to change the way they're thinking about lockdowns. Or effectively throw in the towel and start to focus more on overall levels of economic growth and social well being within a population. But the current approach has been proven not to work. It's true goal for taking Morgan analysis as well, as is increasingly supported by a wide variety of academic analysis. No lockdowns created equal is those of us in Singapore. James No, Let's talk about the the rotation trade. Does this continue? If you start to see more hope on these vaccine of the optimism, I should say on the vaccine I think it's absolutely critical to highlight the importance that progress is made not only on the announcement of a vaccine but also credible plans for the distribution of those vaccines. What we're seeing across the various companies involved are very different distribution challenges. You have some vaccines that have to be transported at levels below 47 degrees. Is incredibly difficult, particularly an emerging market environment. You have other options, which are frankly closer to the distribution of prison food significantly easier to deal with with exists, logistics and distribution feeds. Progress on that front is actually critical in this really two reasons for that number one. We're seeing an environment where fiscal stimulus is waning very, very significantly last year on a global basis You had almost 3.8% points of global GDP and positive fiscal stimulus that moves when negative 2.1% points as they move into 2021. It's we're seeing a real Significant drawdown in support from overall government's spending, which has to be offset by an increase in overall economic activity, which is what makes the vaccine absolutely critical. Your point on overall market rotations. It's important to note that Monday's rotation into value was an absolute historic level of change. You know, the largest one day out performance of value since the 19 eighties. We are still seeing very crowded investor positioning in growth. We're still seeing growth from evaluation perspective, very, very stretched. So if there is for the progress, we would expect that rotation to.

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"james sullivan" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"james sullivan" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"O D and I are radio station. Pulls in nine states are now closed and President Trump has taken Indiana and Kentucky. He's also projected to win West Virginia, while Joe Biden has won Vermont. The races in Georgia, South Carolina and Virginia still too close to call. Country is on track to see the highest voter turnout in more than a century. Joe Biden is watching returns at home in Delaware. Trump is hosting a watch party at the White House. The Trump campaign is projecting confidence that President Trump is going to win reelection. Brian Joke has more Trump campaign manager Bill Stepien said on a call with reporters that whatever ground Joe Biden had gained during early voting, Donald Trump was making up for it on election Day. Stepien added that the Biden campaign simply moved their voters to cast their ballots early, and that's it. Senior campaign adviser, Jason Miller said that everyone in the campaign, including the president felt more confident tonight. Then they did This time four years ago, I'm Brian shook. The postmaster general is being ordered to sweep all mail sorting facilities in swing states for any uncounted ballots. A federal judge made that ruling after the Postal Service said roughly 300,000 mail in ballots had gone out but had not been returned. The all clear sweep involves 12 postal district across 15 states. It has to be completed before the polls close. Cities around the nation are prepping for possible unrest that made the election. James Sullivan has the story. As darkness fell in New York City, things were largely quiet, some trump and bite and supporters shouting back and forth at each other outside Trump Tower in Manhattan. Plenty of businesses boarded up in anticipation. However, the NYPD did say they weren't anticipating a ton of activity in terms of unrest. In places like Portland and Seattle. Spots are boarded up police SWAT and National Guard members out in Philadelphia downtown Denver, boarded up in anticipation of possible unrest in parts of Detroit. The trend noticeable here, also boarded up, but really, it was mostly uncertainty is the night rolled along? I'm James flippant, and voters in 11 states are choosing a governor today, the most competitive race looks to be Montana or it's an open seat contest. Hi, Mark Mayfield. Decision. 2020 Florida decides I'm all Louis Clear Skies lower seventies at the moment could see some sixties tonight. It's a very close race to the White House in Florida. With Donald Trump slightly ahead of Joe Biden, 52 48%, Florida's junior senator is weighing in. We'll get that story. First. Let's check the roads in the Australia insurance Traffic center. Taking a look at your drive this evening in 95 looking pretty good. So far, we do have broken down Eagle on the palmetto that's got to be North bound on the ramp from 40th Street East found that The ramp is closed. Also checking out construction on the turnpike that'll be south on on the ramp from the Shula that on ramp is closed. I'm Ricky Russo News Radio. 6 10. W Y. O D. Taking a look at six. Tan Doppler radar 73 degrees clear skies in downtown Miami.

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"james sullivan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"james sullivan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Hot and steamy right now. 90 degrees. Lots of sunshine in Boston, a 1 30 good afternoon to you on this Sunday. Thank you for listening. I'm Tina Gau. And here's what's happening. Reactions today after President Trump signed a Siri's of executive orders on covert relief this weekend, CBS NEWS Update President Trump signs measures to boost eight to those economically affected by the Corona virus. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer tells ABC it won't serve the American people. Now that they've done these executive orders and the American people will see how paltry how narrow how not doing the job. They are that Republicans who hung their hat on these executive orders will now be forced by the economy by the health care crisis to come to the table except our compromise to meet in the middle and come up with an agreement. Mr Trump said unemployment benefits at $400 a week lower than the previous rate of 600. It's going to be very rapid. We wanted to be very rapid. It's going to be distributed in a way that whichever the fastest way there are various methods, and it will be rapidly distributed. He also differed payroll taxes for those earning less than $100,000 a year. And put a stop to some evictions and foreclosures. Lisa Matteo, this is CBS News Update. The president's top economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, is defending the executive orders and they contain a provision that temporarily differs payroll taxes until the end of December, when they would have to be paid up. Local lawmakers, including Ayanna, Presley and Joe Kennedy, have said. The cut's effectively defund Social Security by Kudlow on ABC is this week says the White House is working on making that a real tax cut, not just a deferral. You're going to get a gigantic wage increase. Probably $1200 between September 1st and December 31st and again. We like that we will do everything we can to forgive those loans. Kudlow also admits the orders will likely phase a lot of challenges in court, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee former VP Joe Biden said in a statement. The order to cut payroll taxes is a reckless war on Social Security. Biden also called it a part of Mr Trump's roadmap to cutting the program. He argued seniors and Americans with disabilities are under enough stress without the president, putting Social Security benefits in doubt. Biden is expected to announce his running mate soon and a new CBS News battleground tracker polls showing that the choice maybe consequential for some voters. Jennifer do. Pento, CBS News deputy director for surveys has more details widens the epic could have an impact on the race. But more so, for those who are not as committed to supporting him yet off those not voting for biting but say they could consider doing so, seven intense say the vice presidential pick is important and we're also learning that he could announce his choice as soon as the middle of next week. Among those in the running our senator comma Harris and former Obama National Security advisor Susan Rice. Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer also held a private meeting with the former VP last weekend. Much more on campaign 2020 coming up in just a few minutes. Right here on W. B. C news radio. Don't go anywhere. It is 1 33 back to the highway's right now. Traffic and weather together, starting with the Subaru Retailers of New England, all wheel drive traffic on the threes. What do you see David in downtown is a problem coming in two bars. Stand on the lower deck of 93 year James Sullivan Square to crash. It's blocking the two right lanes before the Zaken will keep you updated on that. The Tobin inbound that's causing it from from the crash on the before the day commits cousin how the inbound side of hoping to be heavy on the Lupron River roads looking good cowhands a bit slow heading to Logan. Connectors are fine to one from 93 at the moment, so the town express way North bound You have you volume mass after the O'Neil Expressway, South bound Slows Columbia Road down to Deposit 95 24. No issues to infront, Rhode Island, you know issues on the lower end of 1 28 93 with three cell found busy 18 to Derby again to 28 down Route 53. No issues from they're getting over the sag more onto the Cape Andrew three, North bound, seeing volume building from 53 22 28 and Rockland, David said Ronnie BBC's traffic on.

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"james sullivan" Discussed on Brunch

Brunch

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"james sullivan" Discussed on Brunch

"Yeah, at some point, you can't control what people use your fake name for shutout. Josh Tillman. WHO's fake name is Father John Misty. People forget about that. Yeah, I see. You're still game and with with Father John Misty, am I am in the bad things happened. This week got traded to the Florida. Mar the Miami Marlins not happy about it. Father. John Misty is going to find his way out of there. Real quick I don't hate doing gaming updates on on this dog cast. I still know absolutely nothing about video games, but I don't know that so the update is that I'm a father. John Misty character and it'll be the show and we're taking them to the majors. He was originally drafted by the Detroit Tigers had a great great rookie season in the minors, and then got immediately traded to the Miami Marlins, and he's not happy about it, Miami Marlins was tough. Organization, it's not fitting for father. MRIS vibe. It's not but I think. He, did move to He moved to New Orleans at one point, so it's very different from my mind, but I it's are the Marlins the closest team to New Orleans. ATLANTA. ATLANTA. Braves braves would be great pretty good that'd be. That'd be great one for him. So when we started is obviously when we started I was talking with like the twitch chat, and then there was a like a lot of Brunch. Fans in there, a lot of father, John Misty fans, and we were talking. We were like what would be the best team for like father. John MRIs personality I would think. Well in Tigers were pretty good. One Tigers just like depressing organization yeah very murky very mundane. In only sounded ladies, man, he says. I'm a dodgers fan, so does would be good. Also, there's a very. There's something very musical to me about. The Dodgers Jersey like the White Dodgers Jersey. Glenn Fry of the Eagles always wore one and i. just something like very like seventies, and like like I feel like the Dodgers Jersey Jersey goes well with like long hair. I feel like the Dodgers Jersey is like a culture. In like Mary's this sort of culture to it I mean every time Mitchell and ness has like ninety percent off sale. I'm always like this. Is this is this. Is this when I? Get the Dodgers Jersey well have a lot of like. Dodgers gear because my buddy James Sullivan He does the the. Social Media for Highland Park Brewery Oh right. which is right across the street from dodger stadium, their tasting room, which by the way if anybody's in that area go to highland park brewery tasting room in Chinatown because their beers are fucking phenomenal but they like all their merch like a ton of their merch is dodger's themed. A ton of like pseudo dodger. Dear I mean you've got the hat that says beer which is amazing. It's the best and the best snl sketch. Yes, yeah, yeah I still get. Unbelievable mileage. Out of cousins, CJ, saying who cares and throwing hairs against the wall. I, mean I I. Love that clip and I also love the beers all that matters to how? All that matters to me. We're all out cj and data that. Ellen. Have you seen the beers sketch on now, but I mean the way you recreate it. I'm sure that's. Larry gave. US A beer. Let's just recruited a little more all right. So these two guys cousin CJ is coming to visit..

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"james sullivan" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"james sullivan" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"He the and since he's a kid he's always been the best looking kid on the block and his mother told him with this gift comes comes responsibility and that was that was something he learned very very early and <hes> spiderman there rigo oh that did they say that in spiderman okay man moment yeah spiderman spiderman moment yeah but it is i saw so it does not mean thinking oh woe is meal lowly me you know i'm the i'm the dirt of the earth that i i can be a highly productive and highly highly valued member of society but recognizing i i think the caveats on there are <hes> gratitude and accountability that i you know we both are <hes> <hes> have a higher power named god in our life and believed that god endowed us with these gifts and so there is gratitude for that and i am accountable. Well not only do people but i'm accountable to god to honor those gifts that i've been given and and to do it in a way that contributes to the value a._m. Society yeah. I think the advantage of the faith journey certainly this is one of those moments where it's easy <hes> to get humbled before god i mean i look outside and they see beauty. I i you know step into a hospital or one of my friends is a a doctor doing amazing things. He's all the fingerprint of god so it's very easy for me to recognize <hes> he has got and i am not okay. Hey i'm humble so <hes>. How do you take that kind of positioning with other people the people that you lied you know. Let's let's talk about that lead part. What in your mind i if you can get <hes> sort sort of practical on me and and and tactical what does humility look like for a leader how ah how is the leader successfully humble and still maintain the authority that a leader has a responsibility ability that a more responsibility than authority but the responsibility leader as and demonstrate humility. How does that work well. I think it <hes> starts with the <hes> unbelievable challenging ability to listen. I think we're so busy solving things that we miss connecting with people because we don't listen to them so certainly in leadership admitting mistakes crediting others i think those are two good starting points and usually around the whole kind of universe this is listening so so when i work with leaders and <hes> there's indications of cultural challenges usually really it moves right into this space of <hes> listening or the lack of and there's this moment one of my favorite books is the good listener in her by james sullivan and we used it you know part of my training has been with an organization called stephen's ministry and stephen's ministry are- they've trained half a million caregivers and you do a male on male. Let's meet every week for an hour and just allow that other person to throw up on you and so this idea. Which is you know i am. The caregiver and god is the cure giver which is just so amazing to watch because what i do is just listen and allow them to be heard so when you you take that and you move that into the marketplace place and you want people to trust you enough to come out and share magnificent creative ideas or problems that are right in front of the organization if the if the leader is not listening the probability of getting those is diminished greatly so yeah i think we're we're in that space of <hes> comfort because when you talk to leaders they often they have no understanding of what listening even is or how to react when they said i had two instances this week which was great and we're working through a a role play with different people and in the in the role play i said well how would you <hes> move that conversation forward and in both instances these two the two leader said why did you do that and it's like okay time out. You know one of those tips and coaching. That's very easy. Tangible takeaway is that in your interactions with other people don't use the word why why is a hugely judgmental question that just stops conversations for moving forward forward use the word in the how and the win <hes> as a way to bring people into the conversation and you may get to the y..

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"james sullivan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

10:07 min | 2 years ago

"james sullivan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You know, the city is a rich and ever evolving place than beacon hill is very different today than it was fifty years ago. Let alone a hundred years ago, but I the things is about Medved is something that it is evolving in some ways, and in that instance, a lot of the things that I remember as a young child were very different than what it is today. And one of the things is they were too. Racehorse tracks. I don't know if you do that. And in the nineteenth century horse racing was a big deal and it was basically something that was called mystic park in combination park. And these are two horse racing parks, he would have a horse in a one seeded Sochi. And you would race along the costs that self while these driving clubs as they were called in the latter part of the nineteenth century are big deal. I mean, this is something that you kept a horse, but you could also take, you know, Meg so to speak, and go for a race they've raced for loving cups and one of the things is in some ways these things that were in and around the city that was the Dorchester gentlemen's driving club. But these two driving clubs Medved in this book, which was Medford images of America by Katya. I have this chapter the talked about them and not only do they have mystic park with this wonderful. You know, almost like a judge's stand. But. It was something in an area of mystic avenue, which is completely developed today with boat residences and commercial development where once people would actually traverse not only from Medford, but the city to go out and race horses and watch it will in that period of time he began to realize in some ways that this was big business, and they would things such as the Medved house, which was not only a place where people could actually stay, but they also offered lunches and dinners that was something that was on main street at the corner of right avenue. And you began to see in some ways that these things that we're not just enjoyment. But they were also part of creating in some ways a destination, so it wasn't just those, but it was also the fact in some ways that transportation was a major feature you begin to see in some ways that one of the major things that Medford knew about was the Middlesex canal and today it something. That's in the back of our minds. We don't realize that the Middlesex canal itself, DNA, actually connect, what is properly Boston through Sullivan square. What is today? Some of and of course Medved as it went on Goethe would a man made canal. It was a man made canal doesn't exist. Now parts of it still do. And the Middlesex canal itself was, it was something that was chartered by the KOMO Massachusetts. And it was under governor James Sullivan Sullivan square is named but it was something you realize that it was a major feature, of course when it went off all the way to Lowell it provided ease of transportation of goods, along barge that is actually pulling it. You didn't need. Join. One of the things that was much like any other canal that was actually laid through New York Pennsylvania, but this was a major feature. And of course, you could actually on a barge have thousands of pounds of goods, and it was so much easier and horses did not basically become tired. Did you have to have a horse on either side, so it wouldn't well depend going the middle? No, but you didn't you might need to simply for the weight of the car, but you could have two, but they usually used. Jim in Somerville. Hello, jim. Hey. I grew up in some of and in the summertime escape the heat jump on the bus and go up to rights pawn swimming. Yes. The locals hidden. Hostile. Dive into the water. Because point is that. In five minutes. That you actually venture a wonderful. When you came from a neighborhood, sometimes that was heavily built up and writes pond right was less than five miles away. But I think rights pond is still a destination for many people in it is upon. It's not the ocean. But it's an important part. Go ahead. Please. Say that, you know, miss it is unique. Because what they had done is aided of been reservation in. Thank God they did. Because all that wonderful up. There is still hasn't been, you know, used for a living space by houses, and all that neighborhoods, which is because we don't have a lot of that Boston as much as we used to, and I think that's a quality about that area where you can go up there and get out into nature real quick having to travel far away. And about. Good memories. Couple of unusual points about what I've learned days. Have you ever heard of the story that they used to still up there and make movies? Yes, it was actually a film studio. That was on the fells way. Actually, did some filming up there. Really? From? So we'll have to say truth. Truth. Stage coach inside votes on day that was his. Submerged. That'd be interesting to find I don't know if it'll be surviving. Kind of funny in also. Three. Yes. Yes. From? All the rock break it up. Interesting. You know, civil or is it called? Also. Jim. Thank you very much appreciate that. That's interesting. Well, you know, the Middlesex fells something that one does see a portion of when one drives goal on route ninety three in that tower which is just about a hundred feet from the Middlesex fells at the very top of the hill at Roosevelt circle is an important feature, but he was actually mentioning something that I really didn't go to a child, but it was named for a leisure. Right. And he was referred to as the father of the Middlesex fells this preserve land. It's really quite wonderful. It's still there. It is wonderful ways. I'm all about pathways these days. I mean, this is something that you walk from a residential neighborhood across the street. And then it's just acre after of preserving say very much slow, but the funny thing is, you know, this was an area and I'm going to quote this it was an area. That was the volcanic locality full of rock small trees birds in glacial, scratches and the school app. Herat of nature, unquote, and right. Who was a resident of Boston purchased a summer estate on forest street in Medford was an early proponent for using the forest recreational and educational purposes. So in the latter part of the nineteenth and early twentieth century, it was open land, but it was also threatened with development and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts was creating Greenspace that surround the city and Middlesex fells was then deeded Massachusetts to be preserved land in perpetuity. So one had a realized that areas such as you know, the crystal spring and pine hill, even had these wonderful observatories and there was one that was built. Samuel crock Lawrence, the first mayor of Medford in eighteen ninety two. That was that ram's horn hill in the Middlesex fells. And it was something that actually would by street near my parents house, which was had road off of Lawrence wrote in the Lawrence states. And you realize that all of this green space and preserve land, as earlier caller said, was really five miles from the center city, pretty cool. So the urbane aspect of a built up city could actually be navigated in some ways into an area that was Greenspace with beautiful trees shrubs, and nature, Russia. You're going to be next right after this break anyone else, six seven two five four thirty, we're talking about Medford and environs Anthony samarco's with us. He's a. Bossons neighborhood historian, if you will. And as I say, Russell be next on busy. Jay talking. WBZ news, NewsRadio ten thirty eight Adam Kaufman like many of you. I need seven or eight hours of good uninterrupted sleep. That's not realistic for me up late watching games than up early to be on the radio. But since I'm sleeping on my pillow. I've been getting the best sleep of my life, and I can't think the inventor of my pillow Mike Lindell enough right now. He's giving WBZ listeners his best offer yet, you can.

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"james sullivan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"james sullivan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is is is sort of a longterm average conducted a little bit higher. Well, joining us now is J P Morgan head of Asia Equity research, James Sullivan. It's good to see you this morning, James. We've been talking about the trade tensions. We've been talking about global growth slowing concerns around that. But at the same time in the market, we've really seen investors ratchet back their expectations for rate hikes around the world now are dovish central banks going to be enough to offset a slowdown in the global economy. So our house view is is no we don't think. So. And if we put this in the context of the broader business cycle, why business cycles and the usually end by a central banking system that is too aggressive with rate hikes, coupled with very low unemployment driving wage inflation, which ultimately starts to impact corporate profitability. Put those together you get the end of the cycle. What we're seeing right now. And if the action in the markets on the basis, I think is a testimony to this. The more dovish statements coming out of the fed take that risk off the table on the opposite side of the equation. We still have fifty year low unemployment in the US wage inflation is starting to come through today. Productivity is offset that and we have not seen a significant impact on corporate profitability. However, our house view is that we did see peak corporate profits in the third quarter of last year so moving forward the adjustment that we're seeing in the market right now people got to pessimistic towards the talent of December. We're now rationalizing that. But I think the outlook moving forward is significantly slower growth. And structurally higher geopolitical tensions. Let's get a bit of a view from you to what they could mean for us at prices teams. We put together a chart clients. Get pulled this up GT go is always a bit of a focus on China because you've got a story here of local currency Chinese bonds feeding negative returns on US investment. Great. We'll even some of the global high yields over the past year. Where's that story going to go? If the narrative deteriorates when it comes to trade tensions between the US and China. So in particularly in the context of the previous speakers, the reality is we are seeing a structural slowdown in economic growth in China. The Chinese government is doing everything that they possibly can to stabilize that. But you'll notice the term this being used as stabilize not return to previous levels of growth. The issue that we have at the moment is the Chinese government was extremely aggressive as we went through the global financial crisis in two thousand eight the really spent a lot of the co the country balance-sheet stabilizing the system at that point the the problem that that creates today is there's just not that much left. And so the ability to drive very very significant fiscal stimulus is starting to fall by the wayside. We now need to look at monetary stimulus tax policy and other forms of stimulus to drive the Chinese economy moving forward that said again, it stabilization it is not a return to previous levels of growth. We just took down our first-quarter China GDP numbers this morning. We're now actually sitting at a sub six number two. Five point nine percent for the first quarter. We think we might start to reaccelerate in the second and third quarter, depending on what happens with trade. But again, it's structurally more challenging picture moving forward that has to be reflected in asset prices and in particular in risk premium. So you've outlined a fairly complicated scenario. I have to ask you under that scenario. What Chinese equities actually looked like, you know, we used to say don't fight the fed when it was easing impacting the market. Should we say don't fight the party in China because they're laser focused on cushioning the blow of a slowdown in growth. I think that's true and you'll see specific industries targeted, particularly if you look at the investment goals that the Chinese government has put on the table, and we are overweight, the industrial space as a result of that. The other very significant story that were that were discussing with investors on an ongoing basis is the structural reforms that are are occurring in China that's both within the Chinese economy. But also if you look at the supply chain restructuring that has already begun on a pan, Asia and pan global basis, we do feel that that presents very significant. An interesting investment cases for global investors, particularly on the restructuring of the supply chain side, you're already starting to see that reflected as an example, if you look at industrial industrial state rents in Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, you are seeing rain start to increase very significantly. There's a reason for that. You're going to start to see base manufacturing come out of China as a result of trade as well as national security tensions. James some unique views there will car some of those out in a little bit more detailed. Same Sullivan from AP Morgan. Chase stays with us. A bit of a.

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President Trump, President and White House discussed on Howie Carr

Howie Carr

01:25 min | 3 years ago

President Trump, President and White House discussed on Howie Carr

"President trump will announce his decision on the year ran nuclear deal tomorrow i'm tim weisburg wb sm new sixty five degrees under partly cloudy skies your abc six forecast coming up president trump says he will announce on tuesday his decision on whether to withdraw from the iran nuclear deal trump has previously signaled that he will pull out of the agreement but most of america's european allies are urging he's still in iran's president warned trump that exiting the nuclear deal would be quote a historic regret melania trump is outlining her top priorities is first lady it's being in the white house rose garden today the first lady expressed concerns about the future of america's children she cited bullying and drug addiction and outlined a new campaign called be best the first lady said the campaign will focus on the social emotional and physical health of children a local teacher has been arrested for alleged inappropriate physical contact with students on thursday the rochester police department and was astra's bond to rochester memorial school administrators notified officers of allegations that have been made by the students that a teacher in the school had inappropriate physical contact with students as a result of their investigation rochester police sought and obtained an arrest warrant on the afternoon of friday friday afternoon the warren charges thirty five year old james sullivan fairhaven with one count of salt and battery and one kind of indecent assault and battery of a child under fourteen sullivan turned himself into police saturday and was arrested he was.

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