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Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg And Nicole discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
"Kind of a so so day on Wall Street. Let's take a look at things now with the Bloomberg business back over to Jeff Bellinger, Jeff. Hi, Nicole and stocks posted. Modest gains led by the tech sector investors hoping to get more clarity on interest rates when the fed wraps up its two day policy meeting on Wednesday economists don't think there'll be any movement in rates
Broadcom Earnings Are Coming. Here's What to Expect.
"Charlie. Coming up today we get earnings that may provide insight on the fallout from US actions against wild way, when broadcom reports results after the close of US trading. Broadcom is one of the world's biggest chip companies it's a major supplier to why here the preview Bloomberg's Jeff Bellinger. Forecasters think the chip maker will post an adjusted profit of five dollars and fifteen cents a share for the fiscal second quarter investors may be more interested in broadcom's outlook in light of the current trade tensions, and Washington's actions against Weiwei, Bloomberg intelligence says the company sales and earnings will likely be squeezed in the coming quarters, but that could be offset by the coming of five, g technology which is seen boosting demand for broadcom's handset
Beyond Meat rosy sales outlook fuels more optimism
"Deal on the corporate front plan paste protein provider beyond meat will post its first quarterly results since it became a public company, we get a preview from Bloomberg's Jeff Bellinger beyond meat has been on the rise since its market debut just over a month ago. There is a lot of interest in the company and its products. Many fast food chains of started offering vegetarian burgers and reports, say beyond meat has been overwhelmed by demand and low not looking for profit. They predict beyond meat will post an adjusted loss of fifteen cents a share on revenue of thirty nine
"jeff bellinger" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"In Jeff Bellinger, has our Bloomberg business report, the fed left interest rates unchanged. And chairman Jay Powell indicated a rate move in either direction is unwarranted at this time. That this appointed some investors who were hoping for hints about rate cuts, and stocks retreated. The Dow Jones industrials fell one hundred sixty three points, the NASDAQ closed forty six points. More the S and P five hundred lost twenty two points. The losses ranged from half a percent to three quarters of a percent, Paul calms adjusted profit for the fiscal second quarter top Wall Street estimates. The chip maker said after the bell that it expects to see at least four and a half billion dollars in revenue. From the recent apple settlement in the fiscal third quarter, robots might one day be doing jobs now held by people. But Amazon says it will need human employees for a long time. And Amazon executive tells Reuters fully automated warehouses are at least a decade off mortgage bankers report application volume was down last week. I'm jeff. Bellinger. With the Bloomberg business report on WW J. Newsradio nine fifty docks of local interests sponsored by Plante Moran wealth management, GM down twenty cents. Four drops almost one and a half percent and Kelly surfaces up over two percent mother's day sneaks up and we get the panic button. Then get suckered into some online flower giant advertising nineteen ninety nine flowers that ended up costing sixty bucks for nothing special. Well, not today. Not for the mom who didn't go all w t f when you cut your own hair under great picture day that was mum for the win. That's why mother's day is. Boop, stay, you know, the books. Right. That's short for bouquets. And they're amazing boot flowers are picked fresh and delivered right to mom. So they last weeks not days boots, even has farms located on the side of a volcano that produce flowers, so gorgeous mabul post picks and say nice things about you and boots cut out the.
"jeff bellinger" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"I'm Bloomberg's Jeff Bellinger for KNX ten seventy NewsRadio marks one year before census day, the official date for measuring the nation's population. California officials want to spend about one hundred and fifty million dollars to make sure they get a proper count. It's important for California to get a count as close as possible to the actual number of people who do reside in the state under counting could cost the state a lot of federal dollars since that money is often divided up on a per capita basis. California officials fear that many people especially immigrants are reluctant to respond accurately to the census for a lot of different reasons. The Trump administration wants immigration status to be included in the census a policy that's currently tied up in the courts, an undercount for California could mean more than just the loss of federal dollars. Though. He could also cost California one of its fifty three seats in the house of representatives. Nathan moderates, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio some heavy hitters in health are getting behind a push for a soda tax. Members of the American Academy of pediatrics and the American Heart Association are going on record for the first time in favor of limits and taxes on sugary drinks average child. Consumes about thirty gallons of secrete drinks in a year that's enough to fill a small bathtub. Pediatrician Natalie lead author of the statement says it's just not healthy, limitations and soda taxes are proven effective revenues from that tax are invested in communities that are most impacted by the health harms of sugary drinks. It really turns out to be a win win. Some state lawmakers here in California now going after the makers of sugary drinks with the so-called big gulp down. The American beverage association has said that these kinds of actions place an unfair burden on working families struggling with the high cost of living. Vicky more KNX ten seventy NewsRadio..
"jeff bellinger" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg business report. Stocks closed lower for a fifth straight session benchmarks were improving when the closing bell rang. The day's losses were small the Dow Jones industrials fell twenty three points. The NASDAQ fell thirteen and the S and P fell six the declines range from one tenth to two tenths percent. A sharp slowdown in the pace of job creation took investors. And economists by surprise the Labor Department reported just twenty thousand workers were added to payrolls last month. But the report included some good news. The nation's unemployment rate dropped to three point eight percent workers wages rose more than expected. Jim Glassman of J P Morgan says hiring may have been due for a pull back after many months of very strong numbers because we are cruising altitude. I think we're gonna find out over the course of the year the payroll grow slow down more in line with the growth. Of the working population. Glassman says the number of new jobs could average seventy five thousand to one hundred thousand per month this year, I'm Jeff Bellinger. With the Bloomberg business report on WW J. Newsradio nine fifty closing numbers for stocks of local interest. General Motors off a nickel five cents to close at thirty seven ninety nine a share Ford Motor Company off six cents to settle at eight forty two while Fiat Chrysler gave back thirty four cents or two and a half percent to twelve seventy six and issue on 696. Our Lance Howard is standing by traffic and weather next the olym- WB there in a few. You may think that these kinds of texts are fine because of their links, and you can easily send them at a stop light. But no answering one text can take your tension away.
"jeff bellinger" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg business report from the suburban Cadillac Troy business desk. Two decades ago. The internet was considered a threat to the recording industry CD sales plunged as illegal download surged Metallica sued Napster for piracy on the platform today. The internet is the industry's main revenue driver record company. Sales are growing seven percent. A year streaming services are leading the sales growth, but some of them are now forging direct ties with musicians and cutting out the labels a potentially dangerous move says Mark mulligan of media research streaming fantasies. Go to starting to essentially becoming record labels off the road, then record labels that they went with a likely to want to hurry. Mulligan says the streaming platforms might use Netflix as a model. By now, you've got big companies like Disney, FOX, pulling the content way but net pictures being able to build a big enough cops locate a big enough business that isn't going to her. I'm Jeff Bellinger. With the Bloomberg business report on WW j NewsRadio nine fifty. WWE news time is five twenty eight traffic and weather together on the it's a winter survival Monday morning. Let's go to the roads. Marnie buffalo anybody. See? I'm seeing some snow covered roads. Roberta is really pretty bad out there snow-covered slushy slippery. It's give yourself a lot of extra time this morning, and you have to slow down picked up a new Fender bender on our AAA jam cams. I six ninety six westbound after I two seventy five it's a right shoulder accident a bit of a slowdown going on there again. Please be extra careful this morning and give yourself plenty of extra time from the idol motor group twenty four hour traffic center. I'm Marty buff Alenia WW J NewsRadio nine fifty. Now. Let's check the WWE J.
Stocks slide after the IMF cut its forecast for global growth
"Some analysts blamed a more bearish outlook from the International Monetary Fund. But William Hobson Barclays tells Bloomberg radio stocks may have just needed a break. Maybe more of a pause for breath ause than people worrying specifically about M. Generally, what you find with the IMF full cost coaches, generally, it kind of lagging rather than a leading indicator. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate will vote tomorrow on a Bill sponsored by Democrats to reopen. The government with funding through February eighth of vote on. The GOP measure that includes funding for President Trump's border wall. We'll also take place, I'm Jeff Bellinger. With the Bloomberg business report on W w j NewsRadio nine fifty. There were smoking sections on airplanes in restaurants, and then gradually it got to be where it wasn't anywhere. It's not part of the social norm anymore. It's not accepted. This summer, and there wasn't a single person smoking, even in my own home. I had my own designated space to smoke. I think about it. It really was like I was punishing myself. It was really a friend of mine that said why wouldn't you just try the jewel? Okay. I'll try it. And so I went out, and I bought one the idea of going back to smoking is I couldn't even imagine doing that.
Bloomberg, Jay Jay And Johnson discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"The patriots three point favorites over the LA Rams twelve four now Bloomberg market minute. Being brought to you by the Holland grip retirement wealth advisers, stocks are lower to start the holiday-shortened week. The Dow Jones industrials are down one hundred ninety three points to twenty four thousand five thirteen. The NASDAQ is down seventy eight the S and P five hundred down twenty five points. Johnson and Johnson shares are lower. Jay Jay's fourth quarter results topped analysts forecasts, but the pharmaceutical company predict sales growth will slow in two thousand nineteen. There was a big drop last month and the number of houses changing hands across the country. The. National association of realtors reports sales of existing homes fell six point four percent. In December homes were selling at an annual rate of just under five million the slowest in nearly three years and UBS clients pulled thirteen billion dollars in assets during the market meltdown at the end of last year. The based Bank says volatility protectionism and geopolitical tensions are still weighing on investors from Bloomberg world headquarters, I'm Jeff Bellinger for NewsRadio nine seventy WFL. A it's my name on the door. You bet I want things done a certain way every idea has to be best for the client back when I first got into this business financial advisors were mostly tied to those big name companies. They have that broad name recognition, but they were restricted in the products and services that they could offer. I just didn't want to do things that way. So even though people weren't exactly knocking my door down at first. I knew in the long run being independent would help. Me better serve my clients. So that is my
Non-alcoholic cocktails are on the rise – but don't call them mocktails
"Are now in restaurants and bars in cities big and small and some of the most famous including three Michelin star restaurant eleven Madison park in New York City and American Bar, the longest surviving cocktail joint in London Keila. Bryant is a senior beverage analyst at Mintel and says the rise of alcohol free cocktails is partially driven by Americans. Placing more value on health and wellness. The consumer gets that delicious flavorful complex drink and the operator is going to make more money on that higher margin. Beverage genie 'em says she often socializes with her friends at bars, but doesn't always wanna drink. Now. She doesn't have to miss out. This is probably one of the most complex and things that I've tasted in a while. And it has no booze in it. I just it blew my mind when I I it is very easy to make juice. You just juice. It's already nine alcoholic. We know how that works. It's very easy to make soda you. Take sugar you add other ingredients, you carbonated we understand how that works. We don't want to make that as the non alcoholic option. Here. We wanna make something new that doesn't exist yet, which is a cocktail or something that drinks like a cocktail that just doesn't have alcohol and this movement extends well beyond the bar Heineken just released its first non alcoholic beer and see let became the world's first non alcoholic spirit essentially booze without the booze. And that CBS news correspondent Kenneth Craig. It's MoneyWatch time on KCBS for that. We turn to Jeff Bellinger, gender equality has come to retailing. The woman will stop for the man, but these days Jim Shea
Mount Etna-linked quake sends scared Italian villagers onto streets
"News ram now. It's time for money. News on KYW an update on Wall Street Wednesday. Now, here's a preview of Thursday's markets. The Labor Department's weekly tally of first time claims for unemployment benefits will be out before the markets opened this morning. Economists surveyed by Bloomberg say, there may have been a small uptick in new filings last week the Conference Board's December reading on consumer confidence will be outright after the start of trading. The recent stock market turmoil continues to keep investors on edge. Kristina Hooper of Invesco tells Bloomberg radio there is no way to make an informed guess about Wall Street's direction from day to day areas. Absolutely, no, telling what the market will too. And that's largely because this is being driven not just by economic data. In fact, I would argue that the greater driver. Of the stock market. Downturn has been geopolitical events Hooper says there are buying opportunities for people with longer time horizons, but stocks could pull back some more before moving higher with money news from Bloomberg on KYW. I'm Jeff Bellinger.
Australian researchers develop 10-minute cancer test
"Interest rates? There's just too much uncertainty to really establish a positive trend in the short-term. Forecasters at vanguard group think the Federal Reserve will stop hiking interest rates next summer vanguard's annual outlook for the economy and market says that growth will likely slow while inflation remains tame fewer people are flipping homes for prophet. Adam data solutions has home flips. We're at a three and a half year low in the third quarter down twelve percent year over year. Jeff bellinger. Bloombergradio? What does building a better Bank? Look like, it starts with building Capital, One cafes warm
Black Friday sales could be key for struggling retailers
"Change like JC Penney. J crew in pier. One imports have troubled balance-sheets. Bloomberg's weekly consumer comfort index will be released shortly after the start of an abbreviated session on Wall Street. This weekend's new movies all opened on Wednesday. The earnings calendar is quiet today with money news from Bloomberg on KYW. I'm Jeff Bellinger. A new study says most Americans spend way too much time sitting down new research from the centers for disease control, say a quarter of all Americans sit for more than eight hours a day nearly six thousand people eighteen or older responded to the survey by the CDC about forty four percent of people said they did know moderate to vigorous physical activity each week only three. Percents said they sat for less than four hours a day and were physically active. Recent studies show people who spend a large portion of their day sitting are more likely to die early from heart disease and are more likely to suffer from
All eyes on Black Friday sales for struggling stores
"Balance-sheets. Bloomberg's weekly consumer comfort index will be released shortly after the start of an abbreviated session on Wall Street. This weekend's new movies all opened on Wednesday. The earnings calendar is quiet today with money news from Bloomberg on KYW. I'm Jeff Bellinger. A new study says most Americans spend way too much time sitting down new research from the centers for disease control, say a quarter of all Americans did for more than eight hours a day nearly six thousand people eighteen or older responded to the survey by the CDC about forty four percent of people said they did know moderate to vigorous physical activity each week. Only three percent said they sat for less than four hours a day and were physically active. Recent studies show people who spend a large portion of their day sitting are more likely to die early from heart disease and are more likely to suffer from diabetes, obesity, and hypertension. I'm John Stolnis. Recreational pot sales started Tuesday had Massachusetts the cannabis control commission released the numbers for first day sales recreational marijuana sales in Massachusetts top forty four thousand dollars on the first day. The state will take it seventeen. Percent cut in taxes. I stay sales. Put nearly seventy five thousand dollars into state coffers nearly eleven thousand individual cannabis products were purchased her Tuesday
Special prosecutor opts not to press charges against ex-N.Y. AG
"Including statute of limitation precluded criminal prosecution. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. The build up of US troops continues along our southern border as a caravan of migrants inches its way closer from Central America north com. Now says fifty six hundred personnel have deployed in support of customs and border protection, the number will fluctuate, but the military says it's expected to reach seven thousand active duty troops. They come from California. Arizona and Texas the Pentagon, meanwhile has dropped its name for the mission operation faithful patriot. It won't say why but insists the mission will remain the same. I'm Cami McCormick. CBS news. It's money news on KYW. Here's Jeff Bellinger.
"jeff bellinger" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Bloomberg. Here's Jeff Bellinger. We're nearing the end of what has been another trying week on Wall Street the direction for the Friday session could be influenced by reports on third quarter, economic growth and consumer sentiment. Economists expect to hear that the gross domestic product grew at a three point three percent annual rate from July through September. And but sentiment held steady this month. Wayne wicker vantage point funds talked to Bloomberg radio about the recent stock market volatility. I think what we're seeing is a recalibration of expectations. But it's really emanating from two types of fear one that interest rates are moving higher and then uncertainty on what's going on globally with trade and tariffs. Liquor says recent comments from Federal Reserve officials through the market off because they suggested interest rates could be raised more than previously thought New York fed executive vice president Simon Potter will take part in a panel discussion on monetary policy in Paris today. Quarterly results from Colgate. Palmolive in Goodyear. We'll get investor's attention with business at twenty five and fifty five past each hour. From the Bloomberg newsroom. Jeff Bellinger, NewsRadio seven eighty and one zero five point nine FM w this is Brian Wickert owner of low overhead accurate mortgage here to report that mortgage rates are still relatively low despite the recent fed rate hike and now eighty percent chance of yet another one this year, but I know that most Chicago and still think they'll somehow get a better deal or an easier process, if they go with their Bank, the reality is your Bank, simply has a lot higher overhead than low overhead high efficiency, accurate, someone has to pay for all the Bank branches vice presidents, and the like turns out, that's you. But saving, you money isn't the whole story..
"jeff bellinger" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"It's Jeff Bellinger. And the Bloomberg business reports stocks were lower at the end of volatile Monday session. The Dow Jones industrials fell eighty nine points or a third of a percent to twenty five thousand to fifty the NASDAQ closed sixty six points or nine tenths percent, lower the S and P five hundred lost sixteen points or six tenths percent. Brent Schutte of northwestern mutual wealth management does not see fed rate hikes or trade tensions being a drag on the domestic war. World economy. Leash on inflation is much longer this time, and they will continue to tighten with the velvet touch trade concerns have moved from a global concerns to one that has focused on China. Schutte says geopolitical concerns usually end up being short term blips on the path to higher equity markets. General Electric has come up with. The initial design for what could be the first commercial supersonic aircraft engine and decades it uses a twin shaft twin fan design it could lead to the development of private planes and jetliners that fly faster than the speed of sound. I'm Jeff Bellinger. With the Bloomberg business report on WW j NewsRadio nine fifty closing numbers of stocks for local interests to ally finishing lower by nickel to twenty six so eight Lear corporation was down forty nine cents to one thirty three seventy four DT energy falls, two pennies to one ten twelve traffic and weather next. Yeah. We sorta stopped paying attention and racked up a lot of day. Yeah. It was stressful. He blamed me for my credit card debt, and I blamed him for building that man cave. It's awesome. Anyway, we stop blame each other dinner.
"jeff bellinger" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Jeff Bellinger has a look at our Bloomberg business report. It was a volatile Tuesday's session on Wall Street and stocks were little change. Wanted ended. The Dow Jones industrials fell fifty six points or two tenths percent to twenty six thousand four thirty the NASDAQ closed two points higher the S and P five hundred lost four points. The International Monetary Fund trimmed its forecast for the economy. And now predicts the rate of growth will come in at three point seven percent for this year or next. That's still good says harm holes. The chief economist at UniCredit three point seven percent growth. The new focus is not that bad. And certainly in the US things look an awful lot better. The IMF said trade tensions were among the things that considered in making the downgrade the new CEO at Verizon may be considering a top level shakeup of the company. Sources tell Bloomberg Hans vest. Berg is talking to Verizon's top leaders some executives describe it as interviewing for jobs, they already hold. I'm Jeff Bellinger. With the Bloomberg business report on WW J, NewsRadio nine fifty and stocks have local interest sponsored by Plante Moran wealth. If management General Motors closed at thirty to sixty five a loss of a dollar, sixty American Axle, losing sixty five cents at seventeen twelve and Stryker corporation gained a dollar eight closing at one Seventy-six await look at traffic and weather in a minute w w j news time six twenty seven remember thinking mom had highs in the back of her head. Laker superpower was spotting troubled before it happened..
"jeff bellinger" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Market minute. Stocks took a pounding. The Dow Jones industrials fell two hundred one points or three quarters of a percent to close at twenty six thousand six twenty seven the NASDAQ closed one hundred forty five points or one point eight percent, lower the S and P five hundred lost twenty four points or eight tenths percent. Shares of Barnes and noble rose. Twenty one percent on reports of potential suitors bookstore chain and people are still upbeat. Bloomberg's consumer comfort index edged higher this week to a new seventeen year high. But the people in the corner offices turned a little less optimistic over the summer the Conference Board's measure of CEO confidence declined in the third quarter interest rates on thirty year and fifteen year fixed rate mortgages to lower by one hundredth of a percent this week, Freddie, MAC says the average rate on a thirty year fixed rate home loan is four point seventy one percent. The average on the fifteen year fixed is four point fifteen percent. Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg. Radio. Think for yourself toxics fifty K S T E. Dallas, Texas, Szucs and Virginia are with us. Hey, guys. How are you? Hey, dave. Hey, I see on my screen, you're debt free. Congratulations..
"jeff bellinger" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"This is a Bloomberg market minute. Stocks advanced in midweek trading. The key indexes closed while off their session highs. The Dow Jones industrials rose fifty four points or two tenths percent to twenty six thousand eight twenty eight that's a record high the NASDAQ closed twenty five points higher three tenths percent gain, the S and P five hundred added two points or a tenth of a percent. Jonathan gala of Credit Suisse tells Bloomberg he is still bullish on American equities. Stocks is just more innovative earnings growth is better. They're more bus. So yeah, I think it's simple. I would say with the US now in Gallup says the US economy is outperforming all other major economies. Shares of J C Penney finished higher after the retailer named a new CEO. Jill Soltau joins penny in two weeks. The pace of growth in the services sector picked up last month. Surprising, economists, the supply managers non-manufacturing index rose three points almost hitting a record high. Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg radio. Good afternoon and welcome to the show. Everybody is four zero eight and it's the Lewis and Logan show. It's Rick Lewis, Kathy Lee here with you. And brandon. Dragon redbeard and chubby checkers. Birthday dragons obsessed with chubby checker today. I don't know why there's other big birthdays today. Gwen Stafani Lindsey.
‘You can’t take my order?’: Video shows Taco Bell employee refusing to serve English-speaking woman
"The cause of a series of gas explosions north of Boston that left one dead, and at least twenty-five hurt NTSB send a team to investigate the disaster where some of the gas pipeline system dates back to the eighteen sixties, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker commenced the work of first responders Lawrence in north Andover. Andover hundred fifty calls to those three communities over about two hour period. And they've battled those blazes deep into the night
Bloomberg, China and Google discussed on 24 Hour News
"Residents may have died in the aftermath Republicans were reluctant to criticize the Trump administration's response, though, many offered statement saying there was no disputing the loss of life was much higher than the president was willing to admit Democrats argue the president just doesn't care about Puerto Rico, and it showed Bob Costantini the White
"jeff bellinger" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"NewsRadio. What a week ago we were on the ninety s now we're in the sixties overnight. Low is going to be sixty four degrees. The mayor of New Orleans suburb is taking a stand against Nike for putting a controversial athlete like Colin Kaepernick and its advertising, the mayor of Kenner Louisiana issued a memo banning the purchase of Nike merchandise for recreational facilities in the New Orleans suburb saying his government will not let. Taxpayer dollars be used to promote a companies or individuals political position community reaction has been mixed Kenner city councilman Gregory Carroll called the memo disturbing and potentially illegal technically we are supposed to the city to try to get the best cost for the city. I was working to get the Nike ban rescinded Dave Cohen for CBS news New Orleans, or so, you know, Pluto is now classified as a dwarf planet, but that could change in two thousand sixteen or national astronomical union updated its rules as to what is and isn't a planet. The IRA you said poodle didn't meet one requirement. It was too small to knock space rocks out of its path while orbiting the sun. But now the scientific journal ISKRA says that's a bad move. Because the rational used isn't valid it argues the definition of a planet is based on how it is formed and its gravity makes it as Feerick shape. Something poodle has this could mean a change back. The same. We live in a nine planets solar system, but that's still. Yeah. Up in the air. I'm Pat piper. Now, it's time for business report with Jeff Bellinger. A reading of small business optimism will be out early this morning. The index from the national federation of independent business will offer clues to hiring plans and the Labor Department's jolts report which comes out shortly. After Wall Street opens will look at turnover in the job market. A Commerce Department report on July wholesale inventories has also on the way trade and tariffs are very much on investors radar grant Thornton chief economist. Diane Swonk tells Bloomberg the threat of tariffs can temporarily inflate some economic data. They have some kind of forewarning there is for warning out there and company stock up ahead of time to try to blunt the blow of tariffs when they come in. Well, that shows up as a building of inventories and seems like more orders than there actually are. Swung says tariffs could start to show up in consumer prices by Christmas ceremonies will be held in New York's financial district at the Pentagon in western Pennsylvania. And elsewhere to remember those who died in the nine eleven attacks seventeen years. Ago. I'm Jeff Bellinger. Bloomberg business for KYW. Newsradio business news at twenty five and fifty five after every hour here on News Radio the second lawsuit in as many weeks was filed Monday against the Trump administration over the keystone excel pipeline the suit filed by native American tribes in Montana and South Dakota alleges that the approval of the pipeline didn't fully analyze the possible damage to cultural sites from spills and during construction attorneys for the fort belks, nap and Rosebud Sioux tribes asked a federal judge in Montana to resend the lines permit issued by the State Department. The tribes say President Trump ignored their rights when he reversed a decision by former President Obama and approves the project last year, Allison keys, CBS news. Jerry.
"jeff bellinger" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"NewsRadio. What a week ago we were in the nineties. Now, we're in the sixties overnight. Low is going to be sixty four degrees. The mayor of New Orleans suburb is taking a stand against Nike for putting a controversial athlete like Colin Kaepernick in its advertising. The mayor of Kenner Louisiana issued a memo banning the purchase of Nike merchandise for recreational facilities in the New Orleans suburb saying his government will not let taxpayer dollars be used to promote. Wrote a companies or individuals political position community reaction has been mixed Kenner city councilman Gregory Carroll called the memo disturbing and potentially illegal technically we are supposed to the city to try to get the best cost for the city. I is working to get the Nike ban rescinded Dave Cohen for news New Orleans now, so you know, Pluto is now classified as a dwarf planet, but that the change in two thousand sixteen international astronomical union updated its rules as to what is and isn't a planet. The I a you said Pluto didn't meet one requirement. It was too small to knock space rocks out of its path while orbiting the sun. But now the scientific journal ecus says that's a bad move. Because the rationale used isn't valid it argues the definition of a planet is based on how it is formed and its gravity makes it as shape something Pluto has this could mean a change back to saying we live in a nine planets solar. System. But that's still. Yeah. Up in the air. I'm Pat piper. Now, it's time for the business report with Jeff Bellinger reading. I'm small business. Optimism will be out early this morning. The index from the national federation of independent business will offer clues to hiring plans and the Labor Department's jolts report which comes out shortly. After Wall Street opens will look at turnover in the job market. A Commerce Department report on July wholesale inventories has also on the way trade and tariffs are very much on investors radar grant Thornton chief economist. Diane Swonk tells Bloomberg the threat of tariffs can temporarily inflate some economic data. You have some kind of forewarning there is for warning out there and company stock up ahead of time to try to blunt the blow of tariffs when they come in. Well, that shows up as a building of inventories and seems like more orders than there actually are. Swung says tariffs could start to show up in consumer prices by Christmas ceremonies will be held in New York's financial district at the Pentagon in western Pennsylvania. And elsewhere to remember those who died in the nine eleven attacks seventeen years. Ago. I'm Jeff Bellinger. Bloomberg business for KYW. Newsradio business news at twenty five and fifty five after every hour here on News Radio the second lawsuit in as many weeks was filed Monday against the Trump administration over the keystone excel pipeline the suit filed by native American tribes in Montana and South Dakota, a legislative the approval of the pipeline didn't fully analyze the possible damage to cultural sites from spills and during construction attorneys for the fort, belco, nap and Rosebud Sioux tribes asked a federal judge in Montana to resend aligns permit issued by the State Department. The tribes say President Trump ignored their rights when he reversed the decision by former presidential Bama and approves the project last year, Allison keys, CBS news. We have an extra fridge in our garage. I can't remember how long we've had it or who gave it to us. That mysterious odor is coming from the bottom drawer. All I really know. Is that thing, smells, and I can recycle it and get money back from go. You don't have to be an expert because PICO has lots of ways to help you save energy and money, just call.
Egypt court sends 75 to death, 47 to life over 2013 sit-in
"Bannon says companies have claimed in the past that information was anonymous when it wasn't and the fact that the Google MasterCard deal was done in secret raises questions there just needs to be a lot greater transparency with the company is for what they're doing with consumer data companies. Use of data is likely to be among the issues raised during today. As of Federal Trade Commission hearings this coming week. I'm Jeff Bellinger. Bloomberg business on
Stabbing of candidate shakes Brazil's presidential race
"The leading presidential candidate from Brazil is in serious condition after being stabbed in the streets while campaigning. The attack throws Brazil's upcoming election in chaos already considered the most unpredictable since the country's return to democracy three decades ago. The candidate son says sixty three year old judge Baltasar arrived at the hospital almost dead. The stabbing attack against the far right presidential candidate and current front runner was caught on cell phone video. Naral has angered some Brazilians for years with comments perceived as sexist racist, and homophobic, but has kept a devoted following doctors say he'll spend at least a week in the hospital and could take months to recover. Federal police say the forty year old attacker was caught in the act and appeared to be mentally
Democrats, President Trump and President Obama discussed on KCBS Radio Afternoon News
"So it's not surprising that it happened. Back to surprising that he waited this long. We saw in the last presidential election. Just what a force college students could be certainly is as they came to rally behind Bernie Sanders. Do you think Mr Obama is right to kind of concentrate some of the efforts there if in fact, this is the start of fem-, yes. In terms of turn out for Democrats college students are low hanging fruit, they strongly tend to favor Democrats these days, but turnout tends to be fairly low. If Democrats
U.S. man admits to sending threatening letters to Trump's sons
"A Massachusetts man pleading guilty today descending threatening letters to high profile people including members of President Trump's family a letter center earlier this year containing white powder may have been. Meant for Donald Trump junior. But was opened by his now estranged wife Vanessa sending her and others in the apartment at the time to the hospital this of precaution. Daniel frizzy yellow is now pleaded guilty to sending that letter and others like it other recipients included. Eric Trump Senator Debbie stabbing and a federal prosecutor in California each envelope was stamped with the Boston postmark. And there were other similarities that led to frizzy yellow he's been on home detention now faces decades
Why California is considering later school start times
"Some California students may soon start school later. Lawmakers have approved legislation that calls for students not to start before eight thirty. Dr Carol ash talked about it on CBS this morning all the research points to that delayed school start time can have a big impact on middle school children and adolescents when they don't get the sleep. They need it can cause poor academic performance. Drowsy, driving, depression, loneliness, social, isolation, addictive, behaviors and weight gain, obesity and hypertension. So it has a significant health and mental impact on the question would be well, then just having. Go to bed early. Adolescence the middle school and high school children their brains are different so melatonin gets released later in the in children. And also the pressure to fall asleep is less. So it's harder for them to fall asleep at night. So they can't go to bed earlier just physiologically different. So it's about the rhythms of their their circadian rhythms. That more than about specific times or numbers of hours of sleep. Well, the circadian rhythms are very critical, and that's right, John. They have a different circadian rhythm than we do. But the amount is important too. So if you're going to bed later because your physiology forces that then you're getting up earlier, you're not getting the sleep. But some advice, you have two parents who are say, I know this is true. I can see it in my kids. But how can I help them get more sleep? Well, what you can do is stick to a regular schedule to want to make sure they're getting the same time on the weekends. And weekdays because Al set the circadian rhythm, believe it or not. And if they're having problems with with don's eyes are popping out of this. Because he's like getting teenagers to not sleep in. I mean, we make up for dinner if we're lucky he's the weekends. It's hard. But it's the one thing we can change. So if you can control that schedule is really important, and you know, as we go to bed at night take away the electron IX, make sure try and get them to bed earlier. Don't let them sit up on the phone texting their friends. That's a that's a problem humidity teenager, doctor Allen. Okay. Some people say this is an economic issue. If you heard that what does that mean? Yes. Well, they they'll say even on the California a scoreboard argued that it's a luxury that working families and families with hardships cannot afford, and I would say absolutely reverse. They argued it's ten million dollars a
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"jeff bellinger" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"York news time to twenty five it is time for the business report. To Bloomberg does this Jeff Bellinger Good, afternoon Michelle market starting out the week with a rally the Dow Jones industrials are up two hundred forty eight points. Twenty six thousand thirty nine the NASDAQ up sixty six. The s. and p. five hundred. Is up twenty the beneficial Bank Philadelphia index from Bloomberg is, up four tenths percent Bloomberg reports apple is preparing for the launch. Of three new iphones sources say, the company will, keep the edge to edge screen design introduced, with the iphone ten. Last year none of the new devices will feature entirely new designs they will offer a range of prices features and sizes. To increase their appeal shares of Aspen insurance holdings are higher. Insurance insider reports the private equity firm. Apollo global is close to a deal to buy Aspen and JetBlue was the last big carrier to. Impose fees on passengers I checked bags now it's the, first US airline to raise the charge, for the first piece of checked luggage the fee. Was raised from twenty five to thirty dollars effective. With flights booked today Jeff Bellinger Bloomberg business. For KYW NewsRadio thanks so much business always twenty five fifty five after every hour Time to twenty-six tasty cake we're. All about making happy happy even at. The DMV can I feel yes, we're here, to make, someone, happy you're sure you've got the. Right place may I offer you wanna tasty cakes iconic butterscotch crickets Nice Band, God, actually. Ma'am did I just see you smile push And there you have it another very happy.
"jeff bellinger" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Democrats on the ballot in thirteen states around the country global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron at tick tock on Twitter I'm Martin Thanks Martin now with our other top stories I'm Joe Snyder Wells Fargo will pay more than two billion dollars. To settle a federal, government investigation into the sale of mortgage backed securities the allegations date back to before the. Financial crisis Wells Fargo was accused of, originating and selling mortgages that. Misstated the buyers, income tesla report earnings after the close. Of US trading on the heels of a tumultuous month for the electric carmaker Bloomberg's Jeff Bellinger reports tesla bears have been dominating the. Conversation in the lead. Up to the company's quarterly results they cite concerns about. Cash flow. Model three production and gross margins Bloomberg intelligence says second quarter unit deliveries could be disconcertingly low tesla. Is seen, holding back in order to protect the seventy five. Hundred dollar federal tax rebate to buyers for another three months the rebate, goes away, one tesla makes delivery number two hundred thousand Jeff Bellinger Bloomberg radio. Volkswagen is Warning it, will take, a Titanic effort to meet its. Profit goals this year the world's largest. Automaker, is going up against trade, tensions and stricter. Emissions rules put in place after the cheating scandal tariffs good especially heard VW's main profit centers he Audi and Porsche brands. Shares of ATM maker debold mixed ORF plunged today. The company posted an unexpected second quarter loss and slashed its annual guidance, Kroger is launching a grocery delivery service it's fourth ecommerce offensive in less than three months get details from Bloomberg's Patry. Sikora the largest supermarket, chain in the US is trying to remain relevant fiercely competitive grocery sector Croker is looking..
"jeff bellinger" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"YouTube attracting larger brands and accelerating cloud, sales it's expected the five, billion dollar fine levied, by anti-trust regulators in Europe will be accrued in, second quarter earnings forecast yourself. Abet posting an adjusted profit of eleven dollars and seventy seven cents a share, on revenue, topping twenty five and a half billion dollars Jeff Bellinger Bloomberg radio. Hasbro took another. Hit from the. Collapse of retailer toys r. us sales found, for the. Third. Quarter in a row still the toymaker beat Wall Street estimates, thanks to, the strength, of its big. Brands Hasbro is the world's largest public traded toymaker among wealthy tristate area residents. Has been buzzing about fleeing south to Florida after Lassie is federal tax. Overhaul put cuts to state and local tax deductions but Bloomberg's Ben steverman report It's it's not been easy to make the move higher, earners are learning what tax experts have known for a long time which is that tax. Collectors make it really hard to. Leave tax collectors in places like. New York and, California are very aggressive about making sure that if. You move you really have moved and wealthy. People are learning that they need to keep very careful records if they want to relocate proving that they. Actually have left. The state and they're really have relocated their homes their valuables in cut connections to their former homes in the past twelve months the, number of. Net change, of address forms filed for people moving to Florida from. New York New jersey and Connecticut has actually declined from recent. Highs Saudi Aramco is signaling there could. Be another delay for the world's biggest IPO. The state-owned oil company says it may take a stake in Saudi. Basic industries accompany noticed Cebic Aramco would by chance. From the Saudi sovereign wealth fund Aramco CEO says a deal for Cebic would. Affect the timetable for the Public offering coming up, a private equities role in public companies I'm Emma Chandra this is Bloomberg Global news twenty, four hours a day at Bloomberg dot com the. Bloomberg business app. Talk on Twitter.
"jeff bellinger" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Minute it was a down day for. Wall Street the Dow Jones industrials fell one hundred thirty four points or half a percent to twenty four thousand. Sixty four the NASDAQ closed down twenty nine points or four. Tenths percent the s. and p. five hundred lost. Eleven points also four. Tenths percent Joseph Quinlan of US trust tells Bloomberg is still bullish on the American economy and the markets we see. Good growth. Good earnings continuation is bull. Market inequity so our focuses there and we still think the economy as a good head of steam heading into two. Thousand nineteen Quinlan says his current bias is towards. Cap equities new applications for unemployment benefits fell last week to the lowest level in nearly fifty Years the Labor Department counted two hundred seven thousand first-time claims eight thousand fewer than the prior week the. Crude oil futures rose one percent closing at sixty. Nine dollars and forty six cents a barrel in New York Jeff Bellinger Bloomberg radio Books I Good. Afternoon welcome to the. Show Lewis and Logan. Show Dave. Is not here today He will. Be back with us tomorrow Kathy Lee is here..
"jeff bellinger" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"The grocery wars jeff bellinger has the story if supermarkets and food makers had their way grocery bills would be going up but the amazon walmart price war and the growing presence of the low cost chains and legal are keeping prices in check gary stibal runs the new england consulting group the only person who wins in a situation like this is the consumer and the consumer is winning big stibal says consumer product companies are not creating customer loyalty if the price of a product gets too high consumers will find a cheaper replacement stifles says consumers are aware of commodity price inflation and it is a perfect time for manufacturers to make the case that prices have to rise these manufacturers retailers don't take advantage of this you're going to look back and feel sorry for that stibal says a lot of companies could learn from amazon the online superstar just hiked the cost of amazon prime by twenty percent and does not expect membership to decline because they've got be spoke customer offering that nobody else has jeff bellinger kmox news time is six twenty coming up we're going to tell you more about a coloring book that's made just for cardinals fans that's at six twenty first though let's get a check of the forecast for you we've got partly cloudy skies today sunny to it'll be a bit warmer with a high of eighty two degrees for tonight clear skies with an overnight low of fifty nine we could see some afternoon showers or thunderstorms for your sunday with a high of seventy nine temperatures are gonna fall later in the day and then as we head back to the work week monday and tuesday mostly sunny and pleasant penalties you don't want to be stuck in the office a high of seventy four on monday and a high of seventy seven on tuesday currently we have partly cloudy skies in of that fifty six degrees partly cloudy fifty four degrees in high ridge and downtown at the arch we have cloudy skies and fifty four.