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"jeff hullinger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hullinger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Intention. Shut your fat trap and pay attention. Here it comes. The Bloomberg Market Minutes on 700 wlw Jeff Volunteerism lawmakers not wild about the whole Amazon MGM deal. Why not? Well, they lawmakers who have long opposed all tech firms, they see this deal is just one more example of a big player snapping up a company in order to expand its reach. But experts say it will likely clear an antitrust review. Jennifer Riot, Bloomberg intelligence says critics don't want tech companies to get any bigger, but that's just not where the law stands right now. And they're saying this deal summer, saying this kind of answers a question that they were asking. Yeah, the MGM deal explains why Jeff Blackburn recently rejoined Amazon to run It's entertainment division. He was only at another job for five weeks. When the news broke last month, Industry observers figured that something big was in the works. They just didn't know what at the time. Where did he go? For five weeks. 67 lesson was a start up company. I did. It wasn't named in the article. Okay? We have to retailers announced its announcing a partnership. Who are they? Yes, seems like an unlikely teaming, but Wal Mart and Gap Burt that forming this partnership, the retailers will create Gap home. This is a line of products that will be sold exclusively through Wal Mart. The Gap home collection will include more than 400. Home decor table, top bedding and bath items. They'll be available at walmart dot com Link next month. Having an odd pairing would be like Victoria's Secret and Dairy Queen. Being on e. I guess that, would you? Well, I would do it. All right. Futures look like all right, they have turned mixed. We have the S and P futures down. Seven. NASDAQ futures down 48, But the Dow Futures are up five points now from Bloomberg. I'm Jeff Hullinger. A news radio 700 wlw on we turn to the Wild world of traffic..

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"jeff hullinger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hullinger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Sidewalks in parking lots available a Jenelle concrete. I haven't uncle. His name is art, he says. It's important to be money. Smart. Here it comes. The Bloomberg market man. On 700 wlw. Good morning, Jeff. Villager. How you doing doing? Okay, Mike, How are you? Pretty good at the markets do yesterday that we got off to a good start on Wall Street. The key indexes all posted gains. Those gains range from half a percent to 1.5%. We saw the Dow up 186 points. The NASDAQ gained 190, the S and P. 500 added 41 pretty good Monday. All right. What's up today? I can't. I must think the Conference board's consumer confidence index probably declined a couple of points this month. We get that report shortly after the markets open reports on home prices and sales of newly built homes are also on the way this morning, Nordstrom AutoZone cracker Barrel Old Country Store and Urban Outfitters among companies scheduled to post quarterly results today. I can't wait. Another cruise line is planning to restart in the U. S. Which one? Yeah, this is Norwegian Cruise Lines plan to begin offering Alaska Cruises in early August. We heard from Carnival last week. Three of its brands will be sailing to Alaska starting in July. It's interesting because it was Canada that this allowed them tow. Disembark in Vancouver. I wonder what's gonna happen in August. All right. We'll see Amazon reportedly close to wrapping up a deal for MGM. Yes, sources say the announcement could come today. Amazon is said to be in talks to pay about $9 billion for the movie studio. It would be the e commerce Giants. Biggest push yet in the Hollywood Amazon would have access to a massive library of movies and shows to put on its prime video streaming service. All right. You just look it up. Looking good? Yes. S and P futures are up 15 points. NASDAQ Futures are up 81. The Dow futures are up 91 this hour from Bloomberg. I'm Jeff Hullinger a news radio 700 wlw back to the traffic world where you got that.

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"jeff hullinger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hullinger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Are back in positive territory up 13 points from Bloomberg. I'm Jeff Hullinger on news radio 700 wlw. How about a make it 8, 41 and 700. W well w Bear in mind on the death penalty will always here. You know just how much more it costs for the front, too. Try a death penalty case millions of millions of dollars. For the most part, I mean, you're paying for a judge doesn't get paid more to oversee a death penalty case. Prosecutors don't get paid more jurors don't get paid more than barely covers your parking as you probably know. We've been on a jury. And you're going to be paying for somebody's defense attorneys, but that's really the end of it. Villanova reasons to get rid of the death penalty. I don't think money has to be one of them. Make it that. So anyway, I mentioned that we have hearings right now on some of the president's nominees to various Cabinet positions. One is interior secretary and the nominee is a member of Congress. Debbie Holland of New Mexico. And she faced her time in front of the Senate committee. And being questioned about a few different things, including How she feels about drilling on public lands. As the president put a moratorium on future drilling on public lands, and then we have cases such as the XL pipeline being canceled in the number of jobs that Caused and then you kind of ran through the members of the committee, which states they represent, and how many jobs are lost in their state just threw this particular band. And made the point before we weigh Democrats in this case, do a lot of things simply for show, so so do Republicans. But this is one for Democrats because you cancel out all these American jobs. 1000 actually tens of thousands of jobs when you add it all up, and to what end? Does it actually make the world any cleaner? I mean, what does it actually do? And she's pressed on that. By Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming, and here's how that back and forth one hit it. Danny President Biden is justified his ban on new oil and gas leasing on federal lands and waters. He cited climate change. Are you are aware of any evidence that suggests that a ban on oil and gas leasing on federal lands and waters was going to reduce the world's total production of oil and gas? I know, sir. Yeah, and we wear of any evidence that suggested a ban on oil and gas leasing on federal lands and waters is going to reduce the world's total consumption of oil and gas. Ranking member. I haven't actually looked at all of these statistics. But I believe that it's a situation where everyone should work together. Yeah, because it seems that the president's ban on while gas leasing isn't going to reduce the world's production or consumption of oil and gas. S o. I would just return to the question of why Can't wait. Wouldn't let these Americans keep their jobs because we're not seeing any other country has banned energy production because of climate change. Russia hasn't done it. Saudi Arabia, Iran, India. China, So I continue to believe it's a misguided decision by the president. So I guess the ideas were supposed to lead by example. What other countries will just make up the difference, and it'll burn another gas tanks and another locomotive engines and in other ships, and that'll make other products that are made of petroleum instead of us, making it And it's just it doesn't make any sense. And especially get to the XL pipeline and the cancelation of that number one Pipelines don't derail It's not going to stop the oil from coming from Canada, but now it's going to come on rail cars instead of through a pipe. They throw all these people out of work. They weren't being paid by the government. By the way, it's Zapresic endeavor. It's generating income for them. Thousands of people lose their jobs because people say the oil's too dirty well, it's coming anyway. It's just going to come on railroad cars, which unfortunately, sometimes do derail and some sometimes do spill. Their content, such as the oil pipelines are much more Environmentally sensitive than a railroad car is But we do it anyway. And it just doesn't make any sense. I think it's People are more tied to their emotions today than they are their intelligence. They don't bother thinking that through. It just doesn't sound good that we're building a pipe that puts a lot of oil through it, So we have to get rid of that pipe. Well, you're not getting rid of the problem. Fact you're making it worse. And then with all the other jobs lost on the drilling on federal lands. All we did was throw away some American jobs and a lot of American money and let the rest of the world takeover. Go ahead. World. It's all yours. Anyway with comment. We have room 513749 7800 the Big one. Brazil also made some good points to Congressman Holland, the nominee on her comments about Republicans being anti science. And he laid out the number of senators right there on that committee who are in fact, doctors. Brazo himself is an orthopedist. And I guess he had tweeted something out that Republicans are anti science. It was like a blanket, not just Republican. Legislators. But Republicans period anti science He said. Do you really think that those doctors sitting up here on this panel? Doctors are anti science and you had to backpedal on that. Her one answer to that second question was pretty lame as well. But it does look like she'll be confirmed. So 51379 7800 Big one mikes and Columbus with comments. So let's do that, Mike, you're on 700. W W What's up? Morning, my friend. How are you? Fine. Thank you. Good. Yeah, not only to all the other salient points that you made, which, of course you always Theo. Think about this. You know, if if the Democrats don't believe they believe in science, do they believe in their own agencies? I mean, if you look at the oil and gas industry and really don't quote me exactly, but you know, we use about 13 million barrels of oil a day. And we had gotten production with with.

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"jeff hullinger" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hullinger" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And cold with highs around 30. Right now, it's mostly cloudy and 26 degrees in Boston. A strong earthquake has hit off the coast of northeastern Japan, shaking Fukushima, Me, Aga and other areas. It registered 7.1 on the magnitude scale. There is no danger of a tsunami. Japanese public TV says the Fukushima de ACI nuclear plant is still checking if there are any problems. There are no immediate reports of irregularities from other nuclear plants in the area. The quake was centered about 37 miles beneath the ocean bed. The shaking was felt in Tokyo. The same area was slammed by a tsunami quake and nuclear disaster in March of 2011. A recent spate of hate crimes aimed at Asian Pacific Islanders has California's Asian lawmakers angry and vowing action. There have been violent attacks on Asians all over the state and San Francisco Assemblyman Evan Low, says several recent anti Asian hate crimes have targeted the elderly in our community value and respect our elders. And it's those that are most vulnerable in our communities that breed targeted and we're sick of it Low and several members of the Asian Pacific Islander legislative Caucus gathered at the state Capitol yesterday as the Lunar New Year begins to condemn the violence and pledge action. Senator Richard Pan from Sacramento says hate crimes against Asians or anybody must end There's been a surge of hate and recent weeks We're here to say enough is enough. The violence committed Against some of the most vulnerable among us must stop. In Boston, China, town officials say things air Quiet is Lunar New Year celebrations have moved online, with many opting to stay home time now for a check on business with Bloomberg. Companies think many of the changes we made over the last year may stay even after the pandemic has ended. Millions of people have tried things for the first time that are basically realizing do I need to go back to the old way? Bloomberg's Matthew Town, Seuin says the impact has been good for some types of business is bad for others. Digital doctor visits Now that's a huge part of people's lives because of money going into it. Think about movie theaters, right paella time. So many things. I've been done for the first time or just accelerated during Cove. It counts and says, understanding how the coronavirus changed. How we buy Selden communicate is essential to all businesses. Not everyone will go back to pre pandemic ways when things finally returned to normal, and that will mean significant ships for personal care providers, manufacturers and others. So much of this is gonna stick and we think that's what's profound impact of code will be looking back in a few years. I'm Jeff Hullinger. Bloomberg Business on WBZ Boston's news radio. Winter has been here for a while, but the snow is just getting started on. Of course, we've been here all along with weather reports every 10 minutes. Guillotine easy. Boston's news radio Latest on the Senate impeachment.

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"jeff hullinger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hullinger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Here it comes. The Bloomberg Market minutes on 700 wlw. All right. Jeff Bellenger were talking earlier about the Springsteen's Do you Why? Saying Jeeps Super Bowl commercial backfired. Yes, it did In a big way. It was a two minute commercial featuring the rock legend, making a plea for people to come together. Wall Street Journal says Jeep spent more than a decade trying to get Springsteen to appear in one of its ads. He finally agreed this year. But just days after the commercial aired, it was learned that Springsteen had been arrested in November for driving while intoxicated. The ad has since been pulled from online platforms and Jeep says it will never be aired again about that. All right. The nation's biggest utility could be a big opening up more natural gas fired plants. Young executive at Duke Energy says company may add as many as 15 natural gas units even though the company is working toward a goal of eliminating carbon emissions by 2050. In order to meet that climate gold, Duke would have to retire the plants early after 25 years instead of the usual 40. The utilities chief financial officer says that could still make economic sense for the company. All right, and then Corona virus vaccines there, more and more being ordered more and more on the way. Yes, President. Biden says deals have been completed for another 100 million doses of the Madonna and Fizer vaccines. Both companies expect to fulfill their existing orders sooner than originally expected, and Dr Anthony Fauci says everyone who wants a shot should be able to get one by sometime in April. How about that? All right, Where do our futures stand? Please still lower, but improving. S and P futures are down six points. NASDAQ futures are down 12 and the Dow futures are down. 28 points this hour from Bloomberg. I'm Jeff Hullinger on news radio 700 wlw. That makes it a town close to 8 11. It's 700 wlw. Friday morning to touch base with Kevin.

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"jeff hullinger" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hullinger" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Business time. A side effect of our covert fighting efforts is that fewer of us are coming down with colds and the flu. Procter and Gamble, the maker of vics and Nike will is among those pointing out that demand for cold and flu treatments has been down. Nielsen sales data bears that out. We can see from this broad data covering all manufacturers who sell these products that the cold and flu season this year is that strong Bloomberg consumer goods reporter Gerald Porter Jr medicines whether it be cold and flu cough. Upper respiratory, a nasal congestion AIDS. All of those products sailed it down. Walgreen cited the weaker than usual cough, cold and flu season in its latest quarterly results for an explanation, Porter says, We just have to look at behavioral precautions and the types of products that have been in demand since the start of the pandemic. Every product that can kill the virus that causes hope it is. They're off the shelves are hard to find. That makes sense here. Why cold and flu's are down when we put all these safety measures together. I'm Jeff Hullinger Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio. It's 12 39 is another stimulus check heading our way. The latest from Washington. Coming up at 12 45 expect brutal windshields along with plenty of snow this winter, but you can also expect that will be the first to tell you about it, so bundle up and listen to WBZ Boston's news radio. Is your HR department Struggling? Is payroll becoming unmanageable. What about insurance? When you track hours for dozens, or perhaps even thousands of employees, paychecks all in one human resource is insurance and peril. Solutions can bring it all together. You'll have access to HR guidance, Best practices and employees tools get the insurance coverage. You need to protect your company and competitive.

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"jeff hullinger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hullinger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"If you want your bucks to grow, here's the news you need to know. Here it comes. The Bloomberg Market Minutes on 700 WLW Boas, starring Jeff Dillinger and Jeff Yes, Mike construction worker There is there are jobs out there for those in construction that air going begging, apparently. A lot of them. The high unemployment rate has just not eased this persistent labor shortage for the nation's homebuilders. Demand for new home says remain strong through the pandemic. Work sites are busy. The builders pay well, but hundreds of thousands of construction jobs have gone unfilled. The National Association of Homebuilders has labor is the top concern among its members. One problem is that workers who are recently unemployed just don't think of construction careers as an opportunity. Well, it is Yes, it is. Alright, Travelers will have to remain I guess cautious. Even though you have had the vaccine. Why is that? Well, that's what we're hearing. There is a pent up demand for travel. The tourism industry is optimistic with the vaccines arriving, but medical experts are still urging caution. They say people who have been vaccinated will still have to be careful because the vaccines are not 100% effective. And they still don't know whether people will be able to transmit the virus after they received their shots. The best guess is that some freedom of movement will be allowed, but people will still need to wear masks. All right, Walt Disney ending its past program. This is like buying a The yearly pass. You will pass programming and this is in California, the entertainment company says the site of the uncertainty over the pandemic. California parks are still closed. It's likely there will be limits on attendance when they reopened. A current pass holders will get refunds from Disney. The annual past program is continuing at the company's Florida parks. They've been open for some time now. All right. What are we looking like A head Looks like an early pull back on the street s and P futures are down 17 points. NASDAQ Futures are down 31. The Dow futures are down 155 this hour from Bloomberg. I'm Jeff Hullinger, a news radio 700 wlw.

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"jeff hullinger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hullinger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Points from Bloomberg. I'm Jeff Hullinger on NewsRadio, 700 wlw. Chuck stands by. Yes, I do, speaking of most in courses in Canada a couple years ago. Restaurant bar and asked if I could just have you know something. Something local Something Canadian. What do you have? Because we have cores light. And from her perspective because she was younger. It's been called Molson Cores. Around her. We'll probably her whole life, so she probably just assumed that course was a Canadian beer. Make something Canadian. Well, of course, light. I opted for something else. You don't You don't understand why I believe it or not. So alright, Cars they're doing what, sir? A couple of them crashing. That's not good. You found 2 75. I'm just hearing dispatches for an accident of this is just before you get to 75 in sharing ville. They say there are actually just before. 7 47 now as I hear more of the dispatch, so I'll get more details on that. The possible injuries crews were already on the scene of a wreck eastbound on the lateral just before you get to Montgomery Road car and a van involved in they can't find the driver for the van. This all from the you see how traffic center you see health. Wait while center offers solutions for like changing weight loss, visit, you see help dot com slash weight loss to take the next step. The earlier broken down eastbound Reagan's ran to North bound 75. Clear chucking from NewsRadio 700 wlw. Increasing clouds as the day goes along to a mostly cloudy afternoon and 46 degrees. Tonight we get some light rain,.

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"jeff hullinger" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hullinger" Discussed on WTOP

"News of 25 55 with Jeff Bellenger. This is a Bloomberg money. Anthony Fauci, one of the Bloomberg 50 People who define 2020. He seems to be everywhere. The director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has been a constant source of information and advice about covert 19. His admonition to wear a mask was deemed one of the most notable quotes of 2020. Now, Anthony Fauci is championing new vaccines and assuring us that no shortcuts were taken in their development. A speed is really a reflection of the extraordinary scientific advances that was not compromising safety. It's going to take some time to get healthcare workers, first responders and residents of assisted living facilities inoculated. Now, she says, the rest of us have a few months to wait somewhere in April, middle toe end of April and as to when life might get back to what it was like before the pandemic, middle and end of the summer. Anthony Fauci, one of the Bloomberg 50 from the Bloomberg News room, I'm Jeff Hullinger on w T O P. We will have details on our top story this Christmas night as federal authorities are on the ground in Nashville, trying to figure out how and why an RV exploded, causing massive damage downtown early today. Stay with us here. It's 9 56 Way make use a insurance for busy moms like Kate. She's a veteran made of flexibility to balance work home and her hobbies from starting the work day to finishing her latest. Do it yourself Project. So one another car accidentally bumped into hers. While she was running an errand cake didn't let.

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"jeff hullinger" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hullinger" Discussed on WTOP

"Restrictions Apply Money news, 25 55 with Jeff Ballenger Anthony Fauci, one of the Bloomberg 50 People who define 2020. He seems to be everywhere. The director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has been a constant source of information and advice about covert 19. His admonition to wear a mask was deemed one of the most notable quotes of 2020. Now, Anthony Fauci is championing new vaccines and assuring us that no shortcuts were taken in their development. Speed is really a reflection of the extraordinary scientific advances that was not compromising safety. It's going to take some time to get healthcare workers, first responders and residents of assisted living facilities inoculated. Now, she says. The rest of us have a few months to wait somewhere in April, middle toe end of April and as to when life might get back to what it was like before the pandemic, the middle and end of the summer. Anthony Fauci, one of the Bloomberg 50 from the Bloomberg News Room, I'm Jeff Hullinger on WT open new development in the investigation of an RV explosion in downtown Nashville Christmas morning. CBS News has learned human remains have been found at the site. Will have the latest coming up with the six o'clock newscast CBS News in just four minutes. An important message from Medicare. We need flu shots. What again? Yes, The flu can be serious at our age. Plus flu shots are covered by Medicare. So I.

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"jeff hullinger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hullinger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And the Dow Futures are up. 81 points this hour from Bloomberg. I'm Jeff Hullinger unused radio 700 wlw. Alright, Chucky. Yes, sir. Talking to J last hour about Um, covert tests and all that. How I wouldn't I would not want the one where they Stick that swab about four inches up your nose. It always struck me as odd because my eyes water looking at that, and people are doing it when they're expected to drive away, So I got this email from someone said Had it done awful. They make you put the car in park so you don't slam on the gas pedal writhing in discomfort, Smart saying, Apparently, it's happened before. Merced? Yeah, even then, I mean, it's I don't think I'd be ready to drive away. No, I don't think I don't think so. Either. It I'd be right there with you with the water and eyes. Yes, Some do it just It's like a around just inside your nose. That's not bad. The wrapping test or something that that's what was that? Like that? Yeah. Traffic. What's going on Britain they usually have traffic center You see, health cardiology provides the region's most advanced care program visit You see how dot com slash heart for details. Crews are working with an injury accident that's on North One Boulevard in Springfield, Pike and the highway traffic Getting a bit heavier, especially on the spam to 75 Left Lane Slow Go approaching 4 71 chucking from NewsRadio 700 wlw. Nine first morning Weather Center home, Huh? Jennifer, Catch Mark, How are you? Ready. We've got a three day winning streak on the way. This is awesome. I mean, the fact that we'll finally see some trying today like yesterday..

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"jeff hullinger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hullinger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Like that in November. Layoff numbers what he got. Employers announced plans to eliminate more than 64,000 jobs last month. This, according to the outplacement firm Challenger, Gray and Christmas that was up more than 45% from November of last year. But down 20% from October's so the trend is going in the right direction. So far this year, employers have announced more than 2.2. Million layoffs. All right, Jobs report comes out tomorrow and I guess predictions are being fine Tuned. Yeah. Economists looking ahead to the Labor Department report think hiring slowed a bit last month. But just likely. Experts surveyed by Bloomberg expect to hear that 478,000 workers were added to payrolls. They also said threats to the economy, though, will increase until vaccines can be widely distributed. That's going to take some time off uses. All right, a friend that ups don't wanna get overwhelmed with holiday deliveries. What are they doing about that? Well, what they're doing is temporarily restricting the number of packages accepted from big retailers like Nike Gap and L. L. Bean. The company is told drivers to limit pick up from a handful of sellers. The restrictions apply two packages that exceed volumes that were previously negotiated with UPS. Customers are being encouraged to ship on weekends and other days when volume tends to be lighter. Good thinking. Yeah, alright, Futures, please. All right, They've turned a little bit higher S and P futures up just a fraction. NASDAQ Futures are up. 32 points in the Dow Futures are up four from Bloomberg. I'm Jeff Hullinger unused radio 700 wlw. All right,.

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"jeff hullinger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hullinger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"430 for this hour from Bloomberg. I'm Jeff Hullinger on news radio 700 wlw. Jason got traffic. What's going on Pretty quiet so far. Just the one early morning accident. South 75 Hobble Street doesn't look like it's causing any problems for your 75. North looks good through the cut on the hill. In fact, you cross the bridge onto the Ohio side. No problem all the way up through Sharon Gill 71 same story No problems across to 75 year overnight construction as pretty much wrapped up from the UC health traffic Center. You see Health proudly serving as Cincinnati's leading adult organ transplant program for more than 50 years. Jason Erhard on news radio 700 wlw. General Mark isn't nine. First warning Weather Center. Good morning to you. Good morning, sir. Where else would I be? Is Election day. The fun has begun. Poles officially open. It felt like the opening of the Kentucky Derby. When the When the gates come down, Yeah, horses going. OK, Here we go. It's going to be fantastic. Problem is it's not over in a tew minutes. Well day down the stretch. They come May last two weeks. You got it. You got it. I'm voting today because I like to get my little sticker. I am Teo. I'm actually taking my daughter with me. She's eight or she's nine now, and she's very interested in this whole civic process. He's been talking a lot about our president on who is to be our president. And it has. I'm taking away from my girl. You're going to see what this is about. It's gonna be great. All right. Now, let's look at the world number one. It's the weather is actually nice here and mostly across the country. It will be no Excuse for people not to vote today. They haven't No. I mean, there is so much dry weather in temperatures that are not terrible here across the Midwest, the Ohio Valley the Great Plains East Coast. I mean, yeah. You have no excuse not to go vote today. Now what I'm saying, though we'll make it back to about 59. So that makes for a nicer day. Sunshine is just icing on the cake there. Tomorrow. That sun in Southwest flow continues so well jumped to 67 tomorrow and kind of stay in the mid sixties to finish the week. So it's listen Nice, so the weekend are the seventies called off. Are you telling me that they are still there still cute up 70 on Saturday, 71 on Sunday. Still no rain in the extended which I've heard from many farmers, and they said Thank you because they're I've seen a couple fields that the farmers went out and they are just rutted and a mess. So yeah, it's been a little too wet for them to get those last two crops out long as the farmers are happy. I'm happy. I mean, they are what make us run. All right, General. Thanks. We'll talk later. Temperate now is just 38 700 wlw..

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"jeff hullinger" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hullinger" Discussed on WTVN

"Text planned out. US texting in roles were occurring takes marketing messages, message and data rates may apply. Apply stopped. Opt out from the elk and Elk Studios. If you were injured on the job, call the lawyers and hell can l can 1 800 Milk Ohio USE radio 6 10 W TVN don't know if you have a pet, but especially if you have exotic pets today morning from the CDC. And public health officials. They're looking into two different strains of the disease. And they say so far the majority of people that have come down with salmonella been in close contact with either hedgehogs pet hedgehogs. Or bearded dragons, and I don't know how widely, you know, spread. Those are as pets, but I know you know, people have all kind of crazy stuff. CDC says. Look, if you've come in contact with the hedgehog or the bearded dragon best that always wash your hands when you're done horse around them playing with those brats, All right, just so keep safe. I mean, I know a lot of Corona virus, Doc. But someone else nothing to deal with. So anyway, we got 7 57 on the old chronometer. Three minutes. Traffic and weather comes your way Right now. Let's get an update from Bloomberg and Jeff Dellinger has it, Jeffrey? And Joel. It wasn't the kind of October surprise President Trump was hoping for. And the news that the president and first lady have tested positive for covert. 19 is weighing on stocks all around the world, and it is likely to overshadow the jobs report that comes out at 8 30 right now. The Dow futures are down 394 points. Amazon says nearly 20,000 US employees tested positive for covert 19 Between March 1st on September 19th. That is out of the workforce of more than 1.3 million. Amazon says if its workers contracted the virus at a rate in line with the general population, the number of infections would have been close to 34,000. Remote learning is putting a strain on a lot of household budgets. The National Retail Federation estimates families with Children and kindergarten through 12th. Grade will spend on average nearly $790 this year. I'm Jeff Hullinger on use radio 6 10 W TV N Some smart phones and TVs, desktops,.

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"jeff hullinger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hullinger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"149 that our futures are up 221 from Bloomberg. I'm Jeff Hullinger on news radio 700 wlw. That'd be us. It's 8 11 700 wlw hasn't been a whole lot to do around town this summer. Maybe you notice In fact, the first event around here I think anybody's had an opportunity to go to where other people will be around would be the game on Sunday. Bangles game against the Jags on Sunday. It's the last thing I can think of nothing of the last event that we had here before. Everything was shut down. Back in March, I got Jeff MacDonald standing by in 333 CDs kind of in that line of work. I might. Yeah, that was good, Good. That would have been the bear Cats and musketeers. And then all of a sudden, covert head and And of the events have been few and far between. And not much between now and then to the years. So if you're a live event go, er, of course, the Bangles this coming Sunday There will be only 6000 fans socially distance, of course in the stands. To see rookie Vietnam superstar Joe Burrow in his first game at the jungle with fans in the stands, and you could be there. You know, come to think of it. Let's get the second. You are left holding a lot of tickets. I'll bet back in March. It's we've We've done a lot of re funding. It's been insane. Yeah. Sounds like you'd rather not think about that. Yeah, That's what therapists are for a sad, sad six months but well over, employees were still on staff weevil. Anybody go on when you're veterans and Royal Tomb and So they're still here, and we're still hoping for more events. Oh, that's great. That's great. Well, something's they're starting. S 0 6000 seats of the Bengals game. We got this one. Then you got the Browns here Exactly. October 25th. Brown's coming to town. And if you saw the first game, a big shootout should be a fantastic came to be at also. And then if you like road trips Of course you go to Indianapolis. Uh, fun, Safe road trip. See the Bangles play the Colts on October 18th. And if you want another road trip we have Brian Regan and Louisville, October 16th Friday comedian If you wanna put a few laughs Onya, What's Where is that going to Bay? Just Louisville powers. Friday, October 16th. Brian Regan greatly. He's funny. Yeah, I just wanted people how many people there allowing in of there. That's about 20. Well, over 22% in the social distancing over venue. Yeah, and we're hoping for UC bear cast, hoping they'll make a decision after this next week. And possibly the same prep C's Cincinnati. Yeah, we were so spoiled and in Appreciate. It has so many options of things to do on any given week. You know, now you're like something happened. Please let something happen. You know 10, so we're certainly hoping for the vaccine or if not, at least a little loosening up. Obviously, some industries were totally destroyed the whole theater industry. You know, shut down for quite some time theater industry concert industry, right? Um, you you think a number of of the bands have been impacted and it's not just The touring bands. It's the local bands right? You think they'd bar owner can put enough people in there to pay the band to be there. I mean, a lot of people. The ripple effect of this has been incredible. You know what people don't even know all the different employees involved. You have stage hands have roadies ticket takers, concessions. I mean, just the list goes on, let alone other businesses that feed off entertainment industry. Look at the bars and restaurants. Near a venue that feed off those air their big days of the year when there's events and those events not occurring, obviously really hurt those bars and restaurants and the parking and on and on and on. So, uh, but, hey, Bangles or playing the Sunday fans in the stands, so that's a good start. I'm planning on being there myself. So me too. Is there a number someone could call or somewhere they could go online if they were interested in being sure if you want. If you want to get tickets to the game this Sunday or the Colts on the road or the Browns game, 333. S e a t dot.

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"jeff hullinger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hullinger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Futures up 16 points. NASDAQ futures are up 100 now, and the Dow Futures are up 112 from Bloomberg. I'm Jeff Hullinger unused Radio 700 wlw. Sanjay? Yes, Yes, yes. Who could forget James Brown, the hardest working man in show business. 55 years ago. Today, King records right here in Cincinnati Release Pop has got a brand new bag. James Brown got this idea for a soul. It was this song. And he made a phone call to the chief engineer of King Records. A guy Long since left this earth, but he phoned them up. And he said, I got this idea person when you get down here to North Carolina, where I'm at weaken recorded down here. I said, Sure, I'll hop in my car, so I unloaded is the recording equipment in his car? Took off in the dead of night to make the North Carolina record. James Brown, get down there They record the song. They got it on tape sounds planned, tested. Guy drives back to Cincinnati to King Records starts playing this song thinks he's gotta hit main time. Syd Nathan, who ran King Records comes down to the studio and he says What's that? Yes, well, it's James Brown's new hit record. Pop has got a brand new bag. It's going to be a hit. And Nathan, who ran King with a tight fist says it sounds like Too slow. Go back and get him and re record this. Well. Nobody knew where James Brown was. There were no cell phones. He was out of the south. He was authority was doing gigs so Very, very ingenious move to speed the song off. The engineer put Scotch tape on the cap stand, which is what pulled the tape through the recording machine, sped it up and turned it into $2.

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"jeff hullinger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"jeff hullinger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"What was the deal? The deal is analog devices agreeing to acquire Maxim Integrated products. This is an all stock transaction worth nearly $21 billion. Both companies make semiconductors. The combined enterprise will be valued at more than $68 billion including debt. It will be a bigger rival for Texas instruments. All right, and it's earning season. What are we expecting? Well, analysts little doubt it's going to. Yeah, analysts have little doubt It's going to get ugly is the second quarter results start to come in a plunge in profits is already baked into estimate so some upside surprises or possible for some beaten down sectors, especially those outside of healthcare and technology. But the experts say it's what companies have to say about the future. That will matter most to investors, right Uh and what's the story here, where a single share of Listerine stock is for sale? It takes a little history to explain this Mike when list Doreen was invented 140 years ago, the inventor issued contracts requiring the maker of the mouthwash to pay royalties to shareholders forest long as the product is made that one of those shares is up for auction. Now, the bidding for that chair is up to $340,000. The share paid $32,000 last year. But the payment will come in each year. As long as the bad breath remedy is made. It's currently produced by Johnson and Johnson. So if you buy it for $340,000 take about 11 years to get your money back, and then after that's creepy house, I'll skip it. Okay. All right. Futurist, please. Looking good. SNP futures up 23 points. NASDAQ futures are up 93 the Dow Futures are up 214 from Bloomberg. I'm Jeff Hullinger on news Radio 700 wlw..

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